How to Prepare For A Comfortable Retirement...
(Or stay comfortably retired)
Wednesday, May 27 @ 11am EST
I want you to join me LIVE if you...
» Had considered retiring in the next 5 years -- BUT HAVE NO IDEA IF THAT'S STILL POSSIBLE!
» Are using the same approach to investing you were 10 years ago AND REALIZE YOU NEED TO UPDATE AS "STAYING THE COURSE" AIN'T WORKING!
» Are watching your 401(K) more closely than ever + WANT TO PROTECT EVERY SINGLE DOLLAR
» Realize that hoping the market goes up isn't exactly a plan -- BUT AREN'T SURE WHERE TO START
» Feel wary of your "DIY" approach and are READY FOR SOME GUIDANCE
» Simply put... YOU WANT TO REDUCES TAXES, INVEST SMARTER AND OPTIMIZE YOUR INCOME.
If that sounds like you, grab your coffee and join me and Jeffrey Greener, Esq live!
WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO LEARN DURING THIS LIVE WEBINAR
ABOUT LANCE DRUCKER, CLU, CHFC
Hey! I'm Lance. I’m the chairman of a 3rd generation planning firm and I've created this webinar especially for you -- the boomer who feels like the entire world has been flipped upside down and isn't sure what the next right thing to do is.
The thing is, what was working for for your retirement plan 10 years ago may not be the best approach for the next 10 or 20 years.
I train in Brazilian Jui Jitsu. What becomes apparent after a few years of training is that patience, resilience and a plan of action are the recipes for forward progress in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Funny, but the same thing is true for Requirement Planning
Inside our firm, we've been working around the clock to help our clients remain sane and keep them on the right path to retirement. And we've seen amazing opportunities to fine tune their plans. Opportunities I want to share with you so you can do the same.
Now is not the time to panic. It's the time to shape your future.
Join me in this free live webinar to learn how you can take control of your financial future and leverage the "upside" of creating a plan in these crazy times.
ABOUT JEFFREY GREENER, Esq.
Jeff’s practice encompasses estate and business succession planning, developing asset protection strategies, and assistance with elder law issues. Having considerable experience in special needs and long term care planning, Jeff also counsels clients on a broad range of legal and financial issues relating to Medicaid, eligibility for government benefits, retirement distributions, real property transfers, probate, and estate administration.
For over 25 years, Jeff has drafted wills, trusts, health care directives, and durable powers of attorney for his clients, as well as shareholder, partnership, and buy-sell agreements.
Jeff has extensive experience in estate administration, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits and other tax controversies, business formations and dissolutions, and corporate, partnership, and limited liability company creation and maintenance.
He also counsels many non-profit organizations, including public and private charities, and he is experienced in structuring start-ups, obtaining exemptions, and advising on compliance and governance issues.