Host Of The Savvy Investor Show, Michael Canet, Discusses The 5 Ways Retirees Fool Themselves

TV and Radio Show, where he and Savvy Investor guests help listeners create, grow, and preserve their wealth. In this article, Canet reveals the ways many retirees fool themselves out of planning properly.

Glen Burnie, MD – July 2, 2013 – Estate planning attorney and host of The Savvy Investor TV and radio show, Michael Canet, recently published an article on The Savvy Investor website on common misconceptions and assumptions soon-to-be retirees have about entering retirement. In this article, “Great Expectations: 5 Ways Retirees Fool Themselves,” Canet warns against common assumptions that become obstacles to successful retirement.

Canet writes, “Boomers are entering their retirement years with a lot of assumptions – some well-founded, others not so much. But successful retirements are not built on guess work, historical fallacies, or hope. And you know what they say about the word ‘assume.’”

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About Michael Canet:

Michael Canet is a financial planner and estate planning attorney specializing in family legacies and is a founding member of Prostatis Financial Advisors Group, LLC. Canet is the author of the best-selling book, Surviving the Perfect Storm: How to Create a Financial Plan That Will Withstand Any Crisis, and has been featured on The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and USA Today. He is also host of the nationally syndicated television show, The Savvy Investor, and The Savvy Investor radio show on WCBM 680AM. His approach, both on and off The Savvy Investor shows, is distinguished by clear and concise answers that are accessible to the people who need to understand them most: retirees.

You can listen to The Savvy Investor live on WCBM Talk Radio AM 680.

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