Lakewood, CO - November 11, 2013 -
Seven leading retirement experts
have pooled their knowledge into a collaborative effort called “What You
Don’t Know About Retirement Will Hurt You.” The book provides the latest
information, facts and solutions related to the most pivotal areas of
retirement planning. Dan McGrath, Michael Gerali, Robert Ryerson, Robert
Klein, Justin Belair, John Marroni and Mike Padawer combine their knowledge
experience and expertise to assist anyone looking to create their optima
Millions of people across the U.S. are currently planning for their
retirement; unfortunately, all too many of them are using outdated approaches
and information. Economies and market conditions are in a continual state of
flux, and there have been numerous changes in recent years. The complexity of
investment vehicles, new investment challenges as well as government
interventions have altered the retirement landscape in profound ways.
As ever, the key to a long, thriving retirement is maximizing the growth of
one’s assets in order to create as much retirement income as possible.
However, while conditions have changed, the methods of accomplishing this
objective have not kept up. The authors of “What You Don’t Know About
Retirement Will Hurt You” address current optimal retirement planning from
multiple angles, including financial planning, Medicare, social security,
annuities, estate planning, reverse mortgages, long-term care and a look at
the “new rules” of retirement.
Many factors have culminated to change current thinking about
saving, financial planning and funding a retirement account. New federal
government rules, changes in healthcare, how to save social security benefits
and lowering tax obligations are all addressed in the book. The goal is to
give the reader an awareness of the new rules and realities of retirement
planning, empowering them to take control of their future.
features an Afterword by noted retirement expert and author Jack Tatar.
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