Begin Your Retirement Journey
“As nearly 80 million Baby Boomers prepare to retire in the next 20 years, the adage that ‘Those who fail to plan, plan to fail,’ comes quickly to mind. But Baby Boomers are not the only ones who need to plan for retirement. People of all ages need to actively plan for their future if they hope to enjoy the comfortable retirement that so many of them dream about.
“In his new book, The Changing Landscape of Retirement, Mark Singer discusses the many items to be considered, and the major pitfalls to be avoided, in preparing for retirement. His ‘Retirement Roadmap’ also provides a planning tool that can be used in addressing the challenges that those who are approaching this next stage of life will face.
“Writing in an easy-to-read, conversational style, Mark illustrates many of his points with examples of real-life situations which he has encountered in his 25 years of helping people prepare for retirement.
“There’s another old saying that goes, ‘If you don’t know where you are going, then how are you going to know when you get there?’ By reading, and heeding, Mark Singer’s The Changing Landscape of Retirement, today’s Baby Boomers, and others, will be well-positioned to not only know where they are going, but enjoy the retirement destination once they get there, as well.”
About Mark Singer, CFP®
Mark Singer has created the "Retirement Roadmap" and the "Financial Organizer System," both of which have helped thousands of investors successfully coordinate their financial affairs. Mark is the author of the nationally acclaimed book The Changing Landscape of Retirement – What You Don't Know Could Hurt You, and is a frequent speaker and founder of the Greater Boston Corporate Wellness Forum. Over the past 25 years, he has produced several radio and television shows that have focused on providing solutions to retirees. He is recognized nationally by numerous media outlets as a retirement planning expert, and has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, and on ABCNews.com, FoxNews.com, and Bloomberg Radio, as well as locally (Boston) on NECN and WRKO, among others.
The success of Mark's retirement planning firm can be attributed to its core mission of addressing his clients' total needs. These conversations are much more than the traditional stocks-and-bonds approach of many of his peers. As a result, he is recognized in Boston as one of the leading retirement planners in the region.