As our economy continues to recover from the recession, people are more concerned that ever about how economic swings impact their retirement plans.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) September 10, 2014
According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, only 19 percent of workers are confident in their retirement savings. Financial professional, Eric Brotman believes that retirement and financial literacy are attainable goals for all American workers.
Brotman’s new book, “Retire Wealthy,” aims to take the fear out of financial planning and motivate readers to understand their investments. The book serves as an economic literacy resource for those seeking to learn the basics of planning their finances.
“As our economy continues to recover from the recession, people are more concerned that ever about how economic swings impact their retirement plans,” Brotman said. “I’ve used examples from my twenty plus years of experience, including client situations as well as my own family’s finances to help ease some of those worries.”
Topics addressed in the book include avoiding adverse debt, building a risk management and emergency plan, diversifying investments and finding the right certified financial planner practitioner.
Please visit http://www.brotmanfinancial.com and click on "books" for more information.
“Retire Wealthy: The Tools You Need to Help Build Lasting Wealth – On Your Own or With Your Financial Advisor”
By Eric D. Brotman
Available at: Amazon, AuthorHouse and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author
Eric D. Brotman is President and Managing Principal of Brotman Financial Group, an independent firm assisting clients with wealth creation, preservation and distribution. Mr. Brotman began his financial planning practice in Baltimore in 1994 and founded Brotman Financial Group in 2003. “Retire Wealthy” is his second book on financial literacy topics.