When To Retire Helps Baby Boomers Plan Retirement Effectively
February 15, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsPhiladelphia, PA - February 15, 2013 - Today, When To Retire is launching a website geared at helping future retirees plan retirement effectively. In an economic climate where many Americans aren't expected to retire until age 80, the website looks to help its users get a clear picture of their financial future. After entering some basic information, users are sent a report explaining their current assets and retirement income versus their overall cost of retirement. Each report is prepared for the user by a financial planner, with absolutely no cost or obligation to the consumer.
After the receiving the report, the user is also presented with the option to have a one-on-one meeting with a financial planner to further discuss retirement options. Financial planners often help users uncover unknown sources of retirement income and develop creative retirement strategies. The kind of report that When To Retire offers is normally valued at least $1,000.00 by financial advisors, but the website offers the report for absolutely no cost.
In order to provide the highest quality information to baby boomers, When To Retire has partnered with qualified financial advisors from around the country. These financial advisors are vetted and checked to make sure they are able to provide the most solid advice and information to baby boomers.
Why Retirees Need Help:
To get started with retirement planning, users can visit http://whentoretire.com and fill out a brief questionnaire. After entering information, the information is processed and analyzed for up to 24 hours before the report is sent back to the consumer.
When To Retire is the first of the company's properties dedicated to helping connect baby boomers with financial planners. The service's platform provides the same kind of report to the masses that is normally only available to high net-worth clients. The website was founded by two 23 year old entrepreneurs, Robert Fink and Nicholas D'Ambrosio.