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About Me

Cathy Jackson is the president of Beacon Financial Group, LLC. (established September, 2006) and an Investment Adviser Representative with NEXT Financial Group, Inc. She has worked in the financial industry for 24+ years starting in the pension industry and transitioning to the investment arena. She handles all aspects of each client’s written financial plan that include goal setting, saving for college, retirement planning, insurance needs, estate planning and charitable giving. She is a member of the Financial Services Institute. Beacon Financial Group offers income tax preparation as well.

Investment Advisers Representatives have a fiduciary responsibility to act in their client’s best interests. They put their client’s needs above their own, act in good faith and fully disclose all material facts. Most have fewer inherent conflicts of interest and generally provide more comprehensive advice. As a Certified Kingdom Advisor®, Cathy has additional training which enables her to incorporate a Biblical perspective on financial decisions.

Realizing the need to educate people in financial literacy, Cathy is the founder of Beacon of Knowledge Ministry, whose mission is to educate families in the principles of prosperity that will guide their personal contributions to the world, and come to know Christ more intimately. She has developed and started presenting educational seminars. The seminars are structured to focus on education and assisting families in the areas of finance and goal setting.

Cathy’s core values are Christian based and include recognition of God’s ownership of all things, the need to pray about everything and the desire to equip and serve others with excellence while teaching in ways understood by all cultures and generations.

Cathy’s primary job as a wife and mother to three boys keeps her busy! She resides in East Fallowfield, PA with her husband, Paul and sons, Nicholas, Kyle and Ryan. She enjoys playing golf, gardening and cooking for her family.

Cathy is a professional member of Kingdom Advisors. She is an active member of her church, Thorndale United Methodist. Cathy is board chair of her nonprofit, Beacon of Knowledge Ministry and a member of the Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce.

Latest News

Financial and Economic Brief - September 4, 2019

• Recent Jobless Claims Fall - Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped to 209,000 for the week ended August 17, 2019, falling sharply from the week before.

• Brexit Crisis Still Uncertain - British lawmakers will try to stop Boris Johnson from pursuing what they cast as a “calamitous no-deal Brexit”.

• New Wave of Tariffs in Trade War - The new tariffs are a sharp escalation in the trade war, and could cost U.S. households $800 a year.

Financial and Economic Brief - August 6, 2019

• Economy is Steady - The economy added 164,000 nonfarm payrolls in July, as expected. Wages rose 0.3% in July, or 3.2% year over year.

• Yuan Falls - The yuan fell 1.4% which breached the key 7-per-dollar level for the first time since 2008.

• HSBC CEO Out - HSBC chief John Flint is stepping down after less than two years on the job.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 3, 2019

• Stocks Steady amid Threatened Tariffs - Stocks were steady today after the U.S. threatened a new wave of tariffs on European goods, dulling recent optimism surrounding the U.S.-China trade truce.

• GE in Decline - GE's (GE) stock decline, down by nearly two-thirds since the end of 2016, has knocked the company down to the 59th most valuable in the S&P 500.

• OPEC, Allies Extend Supply Cut - OPEC and its allies agreed to extend oil output cuts until 3/20, seeking to prop up the price of crude as the global economy weakens and U.S. production soars.

Financial and Economic Brief - June 4, 2019

• U.S. Stock Market Futures Fall - U.S. stock index futures fell Monday, after the China and U.S. trade relationship “intensified” over the weekend.

• U.S. Inflation Ticks Up - U.S. consumer prices increased in April, which could support the Fed’s contention that recent low inflation readings were temporary and allow the Fed to keep interest rates unchanged for a while.

• Factory Activity Slows - An escalating trade war between the U.S. and China raised fears of a global economic downturn and put pressure on policymakers to roll out more stimulus.

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Beacon Financial Group, LLC

Cathy A. Jackson

535 N. Church Street, Suite 204
West Chester, PA 19380
ph: 484.844.7824
fax: 610.380.4714
CJackson@NEXTFinancial.com