Social Security for Women is Getting Some Attention!

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Thanks to you, my new book, What’s the Deal with Social Security for Women?, is getting noticed.  Turns out, some reporters and podcasters have come calling.  They are interested in Social Security for women as a topic they want to cover.  I’ve had a number of exciting interviews to talk about the book. And, even […] more

What’s the Deal with Social Security for Women?

You’ll have to read my new book to find out! Drum roll, please. I am beyond excited to share some big news with you: my second book was just published! I am thrilled to announce What’s the Deal with Social Security for Women? is finally available for everyone who wants to know more about this incredibly […] more

Boomers and Cancer: Retirement Plans Reconsidered

  According to the American Cancer Society’s 2019 Cancer Facts and Figures, “Cancer usually develops in older people. 80% of all cancers in the United States are diagnosed in people 55 years of age or older.” That’s a disturbing statistic about Boomers and cancer. The report goes on to say, “In the US, approximately 39 […] more

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Podcasts for Boomers — It’s Never Too Late To Learn Something New

Have you found a podcast or two (or ten) that you love to listen to? Or, ones that you find recommending to your friends and family? It is quite fascinating to hear the tremendous interest so many have in listening to podcasts. The range of topics is nearly infinite, yet it can be quite overwhelming […] more

What Boomers Need and Aren’t Getting – an Interview with ThinkAdvisor

It is with great fanfare that I share this particular blog post with you.  I’ve just completed my 14th year at Mantell Retirement Consulting.  And now, it’s very exciting to be starting year 15. I had a golden opportunity to be interviewed by award-winning journalist, Jane Wollman Rusoff this spring.  We talked about some of […] more

LGBTQ Boomers: The Force Behind Gay Pride

June is Gay Pride month across the globe.  Most Pride parades and activities happen in June, with some following in July and August.  You can find events in many major cities as well as smaller Pride events in cities and towns of every shape and size. Gay Pride started 1969, the result of a serious […] more

Divorce and Retirement: 5 Financial Pitfalls to Avoid

Divorce is an emotional, financial, and draining process. Add to the mix that the tax rules for alimony payments changed after almost eight decades as of January 2019. This rocked the boat for many divorced or divorcing individuals.  For those who are dealing with divorce and retirement, it may be helpful to recognize and avoid […] more

Guest Appearance on “The Digital Scoop” Podcast

It’s not every day I’m invited to be on a podcast. In fact, it’s a whole new, exciting world. And, what fun it was! I was Angela Pitter’s guest on her new and very cool podcast, The Digital Scoop (search on Facebook for “The Digital Scoop”). Angela and I met several years ago at our […] more

Boomer Women and Their Money: A Complicated Past

Three women friends sat behind me on a flight to Tampa recently. I was minding my own business, reading Heartland, a book about one woman’s journey to break the cycle of teenage motherhood and poverty here in the land of plenty. Then, I heard the word “retirement” from the row behind me. My ears perked […] more

Early Retirement: Is the 3rd Time Really a Charm?

Ah, retirement. That blissful time of life you work so hard to get to. If you’re really lucky, you’ll be rewarded with an early retirement. At age 53. And, meet the man of your dreams, get married, buy a sailboat, and spend a year living at sea, sailing around the Bahamas and Florida and wonderful, […] more

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