Beavercreek, OH – May 5, 2015 – Bryon Spicer, founder of Spicer Wealth Management, a financial services firm, recently published an article on his website http://www.spicerwealth.com/blog/think-again.php titled “Think Again” discusses a recent study from Stanford Center that details how Americans, though living longer, have not adjusted their career or retirement plans to accommodate the situation.
Spicer writes, “In a recent article published in the Stanford Business News, Reporter Shana Lynch reveals recent findings from the Stanford Center regarding the retirement crisis and its juxtaposition to America’s culture that is causing it. She points out that though Americans are living longer than ever before, we have yet to realign our viewpoints in regards to to earning, saving, spending and planning for retirement. Essentially, she states that Americans have not continued to educate themselves on the financial literacy as it relates to the changing health and career environment of today.”
Spicer Wealth Management specializes in retirement planning services including: Tax Planning and Management, Investment Management, Retirement Strategies, Estate Conservation, and Insurance Products. They help clients maintain their current lifestyle by strategizing “financial solutions for their golden years.”
The entire article can be found at http://www.spicerwealth.com/blog/think-again.php
To learn more about Spicer Wealth Manager, please visit http://www.spicerwealth.com/
About Bryon Spicer:
Bryon K. Spicer, founder of Seniors Financial Services and Spicer Wealth Management, has devoted over three decades of his life to educating and assisting retirees and pre-retirees on how to plan for and protect their “Financial Security for their Golden Years.” Working closely with his clients, Bryon specializes in tax planning and identifying potential loopholes in financial, investment and estate plans. He works to detect where monies may be “falling through the cracks”. As a Wealth Advisor, Bryon has been recognized in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and received a 5-Star Rating by Cincinnati Magazine. He is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the National Ethics Bureau. He has co-authored a book titled “Issues of Aging”, and most recently published a best-selling book, Don’t Get Sacked In Retirement: A Financial Quarterback’s Playbook for Winning the Game