Journalists, writers, and podcasters across the country ask for Marcia Mantell’s insights about a wide-range of retirement topics. Read or listen to 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. And, popular publications ask her to write guest columns. Not to mention podcasters love her lively interview style.
She’s also a respected source among journalists who focus on delivering important information and trends to financial advisors and the retirement industry.
Listen to a wide-variety of podcasts
From Jean Chatzky’s HerMoney to Matt Halloran’s Top Advisor Marketing, Marcia is talking retirement. Take a listen in on the latest podcasts where Marcia is a guest. Check out the full list in Marcia’s Podcast Library.
Check out articles for Financial Advisors
Marcia’s been a contributing writer to Life/Health Advisor Magazine since 2018. She offers Financial Advisors insights, practice management tips, and new ideas for helping their clients successfully navigate the challenges of retirement. From dealing with Baby Boomers perspectives to understanding Social Security and Medicare, her articles are well-received and often the lead story. Check out What’s Marcia Talking About?
Read Articles of Interest & Interviews
ThinkAdvisor – Marcia Mantell: Social Security, Medicare and What Advisors Need to Know by Ginger Szala, November 17, 2021
InvestmentNews – 5 important Social Security issues for women by Athene, November 4, 2021
ThinkAdvisor – Social Security Whiz Marcia Mantell Cheers Provisions for Widows, Caregivers in New Bill by Ginger Szala, October 28, 2021
Retirement Income Journal – Learn to “Ted Lasso” Women Clients by Kerry Pechter, September 22, 2021
USA Today – How much of a cut to social security benefits can you expect based on your age? by Robert Powell, July 18, 2021
New York Times – A Woman’s Guide to Making the Most of Social Security by Susan B. Garland, June 28, 2021
ThinkAdvisor – 5 Rules for Claiming Social Security Benefits as an Ex-Spouse by Ginger Szala, April 2, 2021
ThinkAdvisor – The Biggest Social Security Claiming Mistakes Women Make by Jane Wollman Rusoff, March 24, 2021
The Street – Opinion: Have you read your Social Security statement? Here’s how by Robert Powell, February 26, 2021
HerMoney – What you Don’t Know About Social Security can Cost you a Ton by Kathryn Tuggle and featuring Marcia Mantell, August 21, 2020
HerMoney – Tempted to File Early for Social Security? Don’t Do It Before Considering These 6 Things by Marcia Mantell, May 7, 2020
USA Today – Missing years? Zeroes? Here are key things to understand about your Social Security statements by Robert Powell, January 31, 2020
Next Avenue.org – 3 Things Women Must Know About Social Security Benefits by Richard Eisenberg, November 19, 2019 includes book excerpt from Marcia Mantell’s book What’s the Deal With Social Security for Women?
Hanover Mariner – Hanover Author Looks to Help Other Women with Social Security by Audrey Cooney, November 23, 2019
ThinkAdvisor – What Divorced Women Should Know About Claiming Social Security by Jane Wollman Rusoff, November 19, 2019
ThinkAdvisor – What Boomers Need, and Aren’t Getting, From Advisors by Jane Wollman Rusoff, May 6, 2019
South Shore Senior News – Q&A with South Shore Senior News: Let’s Talk About Money, May 2019,
Tribune News Service – Here are 10 Retirement Resolutions (According to Experts) To Make In 2018 by Janet Kidd Stewart, January 4, 2018
In Profile with Marcia Mantell – The Women’s Market by Carolyn Ellis, Advisor Magazine
Consumer Reports Money Advisor – Financial planning in your 60s. Take these steps now to ease the transition into your next life phase by Catherine Fredman
Profiles in Success – Marcia Mantell’s interview with Research Magazine
At 31, Marcia Mantell was thrilled to step into retirement. Not her own — but the burgeoning financial services’ retirement industry. The year was 1992. That’s when she joined Fidelity Investments’ in-house ad agency as account manager for its retirement products group.