Retirement Planning Expert Bryon Spicer Publishes Article on His Blog Explaining the Reasons Why Married Couples Should Plan Retirement Together Even if Their Goals are Different

Beavercreek, OH – October 8, 2015 – Bryon Spicer, founder of Spicer Wealth Management, a financial services firm, recently published an article on his website (http://www.spicerwealth.com/articles/separate-and-not-equal-can-be-a-problem.php) titled “Separate and Not Equal Can Be a Problem.”

Bryon SpicerSpicer writes, “For one spouse, his or her idea of retirement may be traveling the country in a decked out RV. For the other, retirement may be volunteering at the local shelter and downsizing. So how does a couple get together to work towards retirement if their plans are different? The same any other conflict within marriage is resolved: communication and compromise.”

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/articles/separate-and-not-equal-can-be-a-problem.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

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