(PRWEB) November 27, 2004
"I deal daily with 401(k) plan participants who really want to do the best job they can in saving for retirement and managing their 401(k) savings plan, but there are few good, practical tools to help them," noted Rick Meigs. "I've read every book available that purports to help the American worker in this endeavor. Few do. They just rehash the same old advice which has proven to be ineffective. That's why we wrote this book."
"We felt that America's workforce needed a book that was easy to read and understand, one that clearly explained concepts and principles that employees have historically found difficult to grasp," said Matthew D. Hutcheson. "We believe the '401k Survival Guide' does just that. It finally gives employees the insight they need - in everyday examples and language."
The "401k Survival Guide" is not intended to be an exhaustive work, but rather a guide that is informative, enlightening and fun to read. It carefully avoids the boring dialogs that few workers understand or care about, instead it takes a new and refreshing angle.
What Others Are Saying:
"A must-read! It's the only book on retirement planning that tackles one of the biggest challenges facing workers today: too much debt." Jane White, President, Retirement Solutions Foundation, NJ
"The 401k Survival Guide contains, in easy to understand language and definitive examples, everything a plan participant needs to take control of their retirement and assets where they are, where they want to be and how to get there. All new and current plan participants should have to read this before making another contribution. Don't wait! You wouldn't go camping without a compass. Don't try to invest in your 401k plan without reading and implementing the ideas in this survival guide." Mario C. Giganti, CPA, CFPÂ®, AIFAÂ®, Azsure Fiduciary Services, OH
"You know you have something special when one of the topics discussed is financial honesty. This book is full of truly useful tips for the 401(k) plan participant." Alan Stonewall, FSPA, Past President, American Society of Pension Actuaries, Independent Actuaries, Inc., OR
"Matt and Rick have provided an excellent resource for anyone who wants to make certain they are not 'voted off' the 401(k) tribe." Jay A. Richardson, CPA, CMA, CFM, Attorney at Law
About Matthew D. Hutcheson
Matthew D. Hutcheson serves as the named independent fiduciary for plans large and small, including companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the NASDAQ and the Toronto Stock Exchange. As a thought leader in his field, he continues to develop macro fiduciary governance strategies and approaches used by significant private and public corporations across the nation. Mr. Hutcheson is a founding member of the Revere Coalition, and a Director/Officer of the ERISA Fiduciary GuildÂ, and he serves on the Honorary Board of Standards of the American Academy of Financial Management as a Fellow and Master Financial Professional. He is a Certified Pension Consultant (CPC), an Accredited Investment Fiduciary Auditor (AIFAÂ®), a Certified Retirement Counselor (CRC) and has earned a Masters of Science in Financial Services from the Institute of Business and Finance.
About Rick Meigs
Rick Meigs is the founder and President of 401khelpcenter.com, LLC a Portland, Oregon based company. The company is a leading provider of information, opinion, analysis, news, rules, and other 401k resources for plan sponsors, retirement professionals, small businesses, and employees. Mr. Meigs is a nationally recognized authority on 401k retirement plans and has a practical working knowledge having successful founded and run a number of retirement companies. His comments and articles have appeared in many publications including: The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, The Street.com, CFO Magazine, and Entrepreneur.
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