Clients nearing retirement have some significant challenges to face. And so do their advisers. They can expect to live far longer after they retire. And the problems they expect their advisers to solve are far more complex. The traditional sources of retirement income may be shriveling, but boomers don't intend to downsize their plans. Instead, they're redefining what it means to be retired--as well as what they require of financial advisers. Planners who aren't prepared will be left behind. Those who are will step up to some lucrative and challenging work.
To help get the work done, Harold Evensky and Deena Katz--both veteran problem solvers--have tapped the talents of a range of experts whose breakthrough thinking offers solutions to even the thorniest issues in retirement-income planning:
Eliminating luck as a factor in planning
Immediate annuities, reverse mortgages, and viatical and life settlements
Strategies for increasing retirement cash flow
In Retirement Income Redesigned, the most-respected names in the industry discuss these issues and a range of others.
About the Author
Harold Evensky is chairman of Evensky & Katz, a financial-advisory firm in Coral Gables, Florida. Deena B. Katz is president. Their combined experience totals more than forty-eight years. Their innovation and skill have earned them the loyalty of clients; their daring and dedication have won them the respect of their peers. Evensky and Katz are the editors of The Investment Think Tank: Theory, Strategy, and Practice for Advisers Evensky is the author of Wealth Management: The Financial Advisor's Guide to Investing and Managing Client Assets; Katz is the author of Deena Katz on Practice Management and Deena Katz's Tools and Templates for Your Practice. Both are featured speakers at national and international legal, accounting, investment, and financial-planning conferences, and both are published widely and quoted extensively in financial journals and in newspapers.