Few realize that several factors can impact whether they will able to comfortably retire. The book helps them, but also those seeking to improve their current retirement.
Atlanta (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Americans will turn 65 at the rate of 8,000 people per day for the next 18 years, according to AARP. Roger Roemmich helps the millions of baby boomers on the cusp of this life change with his new guide “Don’t Eat Dog Food When You’re Old.”
In the book Roemmich uses his Camp Score tool to help readers to measure the effectiveness of their planning and determine the steps they can take to achieve true retirement readiness.
From there, Roemmich educates readers on vital issues such as social security, Medicare and retirement cash flow. He also identifies the top 12 mistakes made by seniors as well as a cash flow-based approach to achieving retirement readiness.
Roemmich’s 40 years of expertise in the financial field led him to write the book, which is based on his own client’s experiences and problems.
“Many people don’t have a good grasp on where they truly stand on their upcoming retirement,” Roemmich said. “Few realize that several factors can impact whether they will able to comfortably retire. The book helps them, but also those seeking to improve their current retirement.”
“Don’t Eat Dog Food When You’re Old”
By: Roger Roemmich
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About Roger Roemmich
Roger Roemmich was raised in Grand Island, Nebraska. After attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln he earned his doctorate of accounting and finance from Michigan State University. He is also a certified accountant, financial planner and long-term care professional. Currently Roemmich works as a chief investment officer for ROKA Wealth Strategies and lives in Georgia.
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