WELCOME TO BENEFITS TO GO
A Message from Our Owner
I took an early buyout in 2016 from a fortune 100 financial services firm located in STL. When I left I held several positions in IT, banking, and hedge fund analysis.
I started Benefits To Go LLC because self-employed women had no voice. They are responsible for solely paying 100% of their own benefits and saving for their retirement plans without the help of a corporation. I've always felt the need to cater to business owners because I witnessed my mother and other single mothers being afraid to take vacations or even get sick because they knew their families would not be provided for.
Today, my goal is to create 1000 tax free retirement plans for women each year so they won't have to be burdened with the fear a disability, getting sick, paying for college, or not taking a vacation. I will offer women fair competitive pricing on all the benefits they need to run their businesses successfully. In addition, I want for every client to enjoy 15-35 years of tax free income !
Wells Fargo Employee of the Month 2009
Triple Crown Winner Combined Insurance 2015
Ruby Award Combined Insurance 2016
Legend of the Seas Winner Alaskan Cruise National Agents Alliance 2018
Top Producer of the Month One Life Financial 2019
Top Producer of the Month Partners Life 2020
Top Producer of the Month Partners Life 2021
Top 2 in Personal Investment Sales Experior Financial Group 2022
My company specializes in Tax Free Retirement plans for women. These plans are uniquely designed to provide 4 key benefits for a woman’s retirement:
Protection from unnecessary taxes
No market risk
Protection of ALL retirement income
Guaranteed to never outlive income
A Reputation You Can Rely On
"Dear Carmen, Thank you for coming out to our home last year and presenting all the various policies to us. We are so happy we purchased the Critical Illness Policy. A few short months after getting the policy Shane was found to have a cancerous tumor on a kidney. Thank goodness the doctors were able to shrink the tumor. The $10k has really come in handy, especially in this trying time.