Navigating a Complex Financial World
Employee Benefits | Property & Casualty Insurance | Financial Services
At The Beacon Group of Companies, we strive to consistently earn our client’s trust through our commitment to quality service. Our goal is to help employers make the best decisions for their organization by taking a consultative approach to Employee Benefits, Property & Casualty Insurance, and Financial Services.
Our experienced benefits professionals will guide you through the benefits selection process from start to finish.
We serve all of our clients by customizing competitive insurance programs to improve workplace safety and enhance profitability.
We support organizations and individuals in attaining their financial goals by providing sound, objective advice and an exceptional client experience.
"The Beacon Group is one of the best Insurance Consultants (firms) I have worked with in the Philadelphia Market. Their ability to provide solutions and excellent service for their clients puts them at the top of the industry. It is a great pleasure and joy to work with The Beacon Group of Companies.”
"The Beacon Group is a tireless advocate for their clients. They pay very close attention to the needs and goals of their clients and work with the insurance carriers to deliver the best product at the most competitive pricing.”
"The Beacon Group of Companies provides excellent service along with expert knowledge in the insurance business. They bring innovative and cost-saving ideas to the table. We hired The Beacon Group in 2010 and have been very satisfied. I highly recommend The Beacon Group of Companies to all those in need of a comprehensive insurance program.”
The peerlyst.com website is usually filled with technical discussions. However a recent contributor Kim Crawley posted a guide aimed at laypeople which is worth sharing.
The transportation industry is now the second most attacked by cyber criminals. 566 million records have been leaked or compromised in publicly reported data breaches since January 2018.
The data breach at Capital One affected a large number of individuals (100 million in the United States alone), including an estimated 140,000 Social Security numbers.