Journalists across the country ask for Marcia Mantell’s insights about a wide-range of retirement topics. Read the latest…
Journalists Turn to Marcia
Having in-depth knowledge about a topic as complex as retirement is one thing. Being able to translate those complexities into meaningful language for non-financial folks is something else. Marcia is well-known for bringing dry, jargon-laden, technical retirement language into everyday life. That’s why reporters seek her out. She’s also a respected source among journalists who focus on delivering important information and trends to financial advisors and the retirement industry.
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In Profile with Marcia Mantell – The Women’s Market
Carolyn Ellis, Advisor Magazine
Marcia Mantell is the author of a What’s the Deal with Retirement Planning for Women, a how-to book that inspires and motivates women to be aggressive about retirement planning. From shoe shopping to learning the language of investments, Mantell speaks to women in no-nonsense yet compassionate terms.
Retirement planning for the 51 percent: 3 RIIA speakers weigh in
Warren S. Hersch, LifeHealthPro
What are the typical financial and non-financial needs of women preparing for retirement? How might those needs change over time and impact the retirement plan? Which specialists should insurance and financial service professionals be partnering with to best serve women entering retirement?
New Book by Retirement Planning Maven, Marcia Mantell, Guides Women Through Key Questions
Susan Chanley, Advisor Magazine
Ms. Chanley is a principal with Crystal Communications, a the Boston based PR and Marketing firm. Connect with her through e-mail. BOSTON – July 9, 2015 – Why is retirement planning different for women? In her new book, What’s The Deal With Retirement Planning for Women?, Marcia Mantell, a leading retirement professional, blogger, and president of Mantell Retirement Consulting, Inc.
Why Retirement Planning Is Different for Women
Jack Tater, MarketWatch, Retirementor
By When Sally Krawchuk was an executive at Merrill Lynch, she raised the need for the “thundering herd” of the firm’s financial advisors to ensure that discussions with clients meant not just ones with the husbands, but the wives as well.
Keep your income stream flowing through retirement.
Janet Kidd Stewart, Chicago Tribune
Getting pre-retirees to view their retirement savings as a monthly paycheck is still an uphill battle. “The whole idea of designing an income stream is still not catching on until people are getting those last few checks before retiring and all of a sudden it dawns on them that pretty soon they’ll have to pay the electric bill out of their savings,” said Marcia Mantell, a former investment industry executive and author of “What’s the Deal With Retirement Planning for Women?”
Financial planning in your 60s
Take these steps now to ease the transition into your next life phase
Catherine Fredman, Consumer Reports Money Advisor
Financial planning, even in your 60s, can ease the transition to retirement. Consumer Reports offers a to-do list.
At Pershing Insite Conference, No Increase in Retirement Confidence From Clients
John Sullivan, Think Advisor
If anyone still doubts the interest in retirement and retirement planning issues, they need only have attended the “Find a New Niche: Become a Retirement Specialist” breakout session at the Pershing Insite conference in Hollywood, Florida, on Thursday June, 10. The standing-room-only crowd was there to hear specific strategies for building a successful practice centered on retirement planning.
Profiles in Success – Marcia Mantell’s interview with Research Magazine