Retirement Advisor, Bill Losey, Gives Eight Tips For Planning Your Retirement
Bill Losey, America’s Retirement Strategist®, publishes a new article giving eight helpful tips for planning your retirement.
Wilton, NY. – January 10, 2011 – Bill Losey, author and retirement advisor and expert, recently gave his clients and readers eight helpful tips on planning for retirement. This article, found on his website http://www.BillLosey.com, titled “8 Tips For Planning YOUR Retirement” gives eight quick tips that every person can use to make sure that they are planning for retirement in the most practical and efficient way. Bill Losey launched his business five years ago with one goal in mind – to offer advice and solutions to those planning for retirement. This latest article is one of many helpful articles that Bill writes frequently to make planning for retirement seem less daunting and more achievable.
In the article, Bill Losey writes, “Planning financially for retirement may feel overwhelming. For some, that feeling is what keeps them from really focusing on and implementing a plan. If you haven’t started planning for your retirement – do yourself a favor and make TODAY the day you begin.”
The eight points that Bill touches on include the following:
- The earlier the better.
- Be smart about what you’ll need
- Be smart about how long you’ll need it
- Take advantage of tax-deferred contributions
- Take advantage of matching contributions
- Do the math
- Trim the fat
- Get help
On starting early, Bill Writes, “Time is definitely one of your greatest allies. A person who begins contributing a modest amount to a retirement plan in their early twenties could end up on par with someone who contributes much more aggressively but does not start until their mid-thirties. Even if you have to start small, start now.”
To learn more details about each of these, please read the entire article at http://www.billlosey.com/articles/8-tips-for-planning-your-retirement.php
Other recent articles written by Bill Losey include “The Bottom line On The 2010 Tax Relief Act,” “A Tax Compromise?” “Create A Pool Of Healthcare Dollars That Will Grow In Any Market,” “The Top 10 Financial To-Do’s (for 2010 into 2011)” and “The Implications If The Bush-Era Tax Cuts Expire.”
Bill is a nationally known and respected retirement expert, specializing in 401k rollover advice, self-directed IRA rollovers, 401k direct rollovers, and many other investment and retirement strategies. Bill’s company, Bill Losey Retirement Solutions, LLC, is an independent registered investment advisory firm that caters primarily to couples as well as divorced and widowed women nationwide (age 50-70) who demand objective financial and retirement advice; customized, fee-only investment management; attention to detail; and impeccable service.
Bill Losey’s award-winning free weekly email newsletter, Retirement Intelligence®, recently celebrated its 200th issue. Each issue of RI reveals how-to-articles, secrets, investment ideas, a “Joke Of The Week”, fitness and diet tips, and promotes upcoming seminar dates to keep subscribers “in-the-know.” Bill and his staff seek to provide informative and entertaining information readers can use to simply and confidently enhance their health, wealth and happiness.
Retirement Intelligence® is a $497 value, but is available for free on Bill’s website http://www.MyRetirementSuccess.com
To learn more about Bill Losey Retirement Solutions, please visit http://www.BillLosey.com and http://www.MyRetirementSuccess.com.
About Bill Losey:
Bill Losey, CFP®, CSA, America’s Retirement Strategist®, is a highly sought-after advisor, retirement authority, thought-leader, author and TV personality because he makes the complicated and mundane topics of investing and retirement fun!
Bill has over 20 years experience in the financial services industry and is a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner, a Certified Senior Advisor and Certified Retirement Coach. He is the author of Retire in a Weekend! The Baby Boomer’s Guide to Making Work Optional (a 2008 Finalist at The Indie Excellence Book Awards), Founder of National Retirement Planning Month, and he publishes Retirement Intelligence®, an award-winning weekly newsletter that reaches thousands of subscribers worldwide.
As a qualified professional in the areas of retirement strategies, personal finance and investing, Bill has been seen and heard on the FOX Business Network, CNBC, ABC News Now, CNN Radio, the CBS Evening News, Oprah & Friends, Martha Stewart Living Radio, Montel William’s “Montel Across America”, CBS6-TV, CW11 Morning News, Retirement Living TV, Leading Experts TV, the CBS Radio Network, TIME, AARP Magazine, BankRate.com, CNNMoney.com, Forbes, Aol.com, SmartMoney.com, Morningstar.com, the Wall Street Journal Online, U.S. News & World Report, BusinessWeek.com, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, AARP Bulletin, CNNfn, FOX’s “Hannity & Colmes”, Wall Street Journal Blogs, Yahoo! Finance, MainStreet.com, Bloomberg Business Radio, CNN.com, FOX News Radio, The Motley Fool, KABC Radio, Federal News Radio, the Armed Forces Radio Network, Wall Street Journal Sunday, Credit.com and hundreds of radio stations nationwide. Bill formerly was the resident retirement expert on CNBC’s “On The Money”; wrote a monthly column called “Dollars & Sense” for Life @ Home magazine; wrote a weekly column called “Making Work Optional” for The Saratogian; was a financial commentator for RNN-TV; and was the guest host of “Money Matters”, a daily personal finance radio program simulcast throughout NY, NJ and CT. In addition to his frequent TV and radio appearances, Bill is a freelance contributer to the AARP, and is the Retirement Success Expert for Boomj.com, a baby-boomer social networking website, and the Guide to Retirement & Retirement Planning at SelfGrowth.com. He has also appeared in New York Daily News, Financial Planning, Investor’s Business Daily, Boston Herald, Personal Excellence, Investment News, The Chicago Tribune, Cents, Oprah.com, The Daily Herald, Inside Information, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Journal of Financial Planning, Bottomline Wealth, Hudson Valley Business Journal, Life After 50, Business Life, Plan Advisor, Triathlete, Peoria Journal Star, Kokomo Tribune, The Telegraph Newspaper, AmericanChronicle.com, Senior Market Advisor, Boomer Market Advisor, Reach!, Violet for Women, Boom News, Next!, The Albany Times-Union, The Richmond Times Dispatch, The Sun News, Afro American, Seacoast Newspapers, GrandParents.com, NationalPost.com, ThirdAge.com, American Chronicle, Press & Sun Democrat, LiveStrong.com, The Pacific Business Journal, RetirementForMen.com, The Liberty Tribune, PlacesOfValue.com, Bucks County Courier Times, Central Valley Business Journal, Vermont Maturity Magazine, The Orlando Sentinel, Salt Lake Tribune, SeniorMarketAdvisor.com, The Tampa Tribune, The Troy Record, Alexandria Daily Town Talk, Richmond-Times Dispatch, Portsmouth Herald News, Today’s Charlotte Woman, Dos Mundos, TotallyHer.com, The Saratoga Business Journal, Saratoga Today, PhillyBurbs.com, Oneida Dispatch, Spirit of Saratoga, Senior Beacon, The Bergen Record, The Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal, Pennsylvania Business Central, Arkansas Aging, TownHall.com, National Underwriter Life & Health, TheStarPress.com, RedwoodAge.com, Asset Magazine, SeniorsForLiving.com, The Australian Financial Review, Asian Enterprise Magazine, Mail Tribune, Registered Representative, The Capital District Business Review and The Chronicle of Higher Education. Bill’s first book, 101 Stock Market Guarantees, was published in 2004.
In his leisure time, Billy, as his friends call him, loves to sing. He is an accomplished vocalist and has performed the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden, the Pepsi Arena and other sporting venues. His love of singing and knowledge of money, combined with his witty sense of humor and desire to fight financial illiteracy, come full circle with his development of hilarious financial-related song parodies found at www.PerfectHarMoney.com.
Bill is a graduate of Marist College and obtained his certification in financial planning from The College for Financial Planning in Denver. He is a member of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors and the National Ethics Bureau. Active in his community, Bill has coached youth soccer and basketball, and has volunteered to help raise money for Special Olympics, March of Dimes, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the American Heart Association. Additionally, he has volunteered his time to advise individuals at the Financial Planning Clinic sponsored annually by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc.
Bill has been married for 21 years to his wife Tori. Together they have three sons, two dogs, and two fish.
For more information, please visit http://www.BillLosey.com