Except for the few who were born around 1918 during the height of the influenza epidemic, we’ve never encountered such a public health crisis as COVID-19. I truly hope you and all your family members are safe and healthy. And, that you are making a [Read more...]
Journalists across the country interview Marcia Mantell for insights about a wide-range of retirement topics. Various publications request that Marcia contribute to their publication as a guest columnist. And, podcasts and radio shows are great ways to hear what Marcia’s been talking about.
Marcia is well-known for bringing dry, jargon-laden, technical retirement language into everyday life. Take a look at these blog posts to see where Marcia’s been featured in the news and learn a little bit more about your own retirement.
Is retirement different for women? How about Social Security? The short answer is YES. And for so many different reasons. Not the least of which is that women will live longer than most men. We need to be prepared for that very fact.
Women from coast to coast need more information about planning for their retirement and financial security. They need ideas for getting the conversation going.
In this section of Boomer Retirement Briefs, you can explore many of the reasons retirement will be different for women. It gives you a place to go for information geared particularly to women. There are worksheets, guides, and helpful resources throughout these posts.
Use everything available and let me know if there are other topics you would like to see here.
Celebrating How Far Women Have Come in the World of Money March is Woman’s History Month. This year, I wanted to recognize the women who paved the path for me and so many other women to work in financial services. So, I wrote an article [Read more...]
When it comes to retirement account distributions rules, nothing is easy. And, things just got more complicated. At the end of 2019, the budget bill had a surprise provision in it: The SECURE Act was tacked on at the end. It passed, lock, stock and [Read more...]