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Learn about 'The Changing Landscape of Retirement'

Posted by Liam O'Kennedy  July 16, 2012 11:06 AM

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The following was submitted by the Abbot Public Libary:

Many Baby Boomers are voicing tremendous frustration regarding their original expectations for a smooth transition into retirement. Unfortunately, for a large percentage of this group, things are not working out exactly as planned. The “landscape” of retirement has changed dramatically, in the past ten years. It is time to consider whether mistakes are being made in retirement planning. There are powerful new strategies that can help you get back on track, financially, but only if you know the right questions to ask. On Wednesday, July 25th, at 7:00 pm, Certified Financial Planner Mark Singer will present, “The Changing Landscape of Retirement,” to help those concerned about how to best create a comfortable retirement for themselves and their families.

my book picture.jpgMark Singer (left) is a Certified Financial Planner and author of the newly released book, “The Changing Landscape of Retirement – What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You.” During Mark’s twenty-five years in the finance field, he has created the “Retirement Roadmap” and the “Financial Organizer System,” both of which have helped thousands of investors successfully manage their financial affairs. A frequent speaker, Mark is the Founder of the Greater Boston Corporate Wellness Forum and a multiyear recipient of the prestigious Five Star Wealth Manager award, as seen in Boston Magazine. He has recently been featured nationally in The Wall Street Journal, ABCNews.com, FoxNews.com and Bloomberg Radio, as well as locally on NECN and WRKO. Reflecting upon his long experience, Mark observes that he has never before seen as much confusion among investors over financial options. He is eager to share his unique perspective on how to reduce the stress that many are feeling, as they look toward retirement, in these financially uncertain times.

The Abbot Public Library is located at 235 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, MA 01945. For additional information, please call 781-631-1481. 




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