No hard-working American wants to resort to eating dog food when they are old. With approximately seventy-eight million Americans in the baby boom generation and nearly half of them with little or nothing in retirement accounts, this can be a challenging time for the financial advisors, tax attorneys, certified public accountants, and insurance sales associates in charge of retirement planning for a diverse clientele. In his guidebook, Roger Roemmich presents an integrated approach to client retirement planning and management that demonstrates how to fit all the pieces of the puzzle together to create a sound action plan while advising clients before and after retirement. Roemmichawith four decades of experience in the financial arenaashares his time-tested advice that includes tools for assessing retirement readiness with his unique CAMP score, educational handouts for clients, and detailed case studies that illustrate core concepts on integrating investment strategies with strategic planning regarding Social Security timing, Medicare supplemental insurance, and long-term care options. Donat Let Your Clients Eat Dog Food When Theyare Old! provides financial planners with valuable wisdom and innovative tips intended to help future retirees in their quest for freedom and quality of life during their golden years.Ia#39;ve already givenyou statistics that show manyboomers sitting across the desk from you probably cana#39;t affordto fully retire. One or both spouses are going to have to work atleast parttime. The temptation of both clients will beto grab Social anbsp;...
|Title||:||Don’t Let Your Clients Eat Dog Food When They’re Old!|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-08-11|