Franklin Retirement Solutions: Helping you retire with peace of mind

by June Portnoy

After working most of your life, you want to feel confident that you’ll have enough money in your nest egg to live comfortably throughout your retirement.

Franklin Retirement Solutions provides this peace of mind to retirees and near-retirees from their offices in Willow Grove, developing a customized retirement plan based on the client’s unique financial circumstances and goals, ensuring they have an inflation-adjusted, guaranteed income plan for life.

To develop this plan, Peter Wechsler, Registered Investment Advisor, president and co-founder of Franklin Retirement Solutions, leverages his 14 years of wealth management experience, to guide a team of specialists in all disciplines of retirement planning.

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NOVA’s executive director Barbara Clark announces retirement after 25 years

After 25 years of leadership, Barbara P. Clark is preparing to step down this year from her position as executive director of Network of Victim Assistance, and the agency is launching a search for a new executive director.

“The Board of Directors is deeply grateful to Barbara for her vision, her passion for NOVA’s mission, and her strategic leadership over more than two decades,” says Karen M. Kern, search committee chair and member of the board of directors. “Her legacy to the board and the community is a vibrant organization.”

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Your most important choice in retirement

submitted by Mark Byelich, CFP®CDFA™AIF®, Financial Consultant, Managing Partner, Attleboro Wealth Management, www.attleborowealth.com

Social Security is probably the most important decision a married couple will make about their retirement. Many people believe the question is simply a now or later option when, in fact, a recent article reported that there are 567 ways to collect Social Security, (bankrate.com: http://www.bankrate.com/financing/retirement/567-ways-to-collect-social-security).  Further, a recent study by Boston College suggested these strategies represent more than $10 billion in unclaimed Social Security benefits.

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