Michael Canet JD LLM, is a financial planner, estate planning attorney and host of The Savvy Investor TV and Radio Show, where he and Savvy Investor guests help listeners create, grow, and preserve their wealth. In this article, Canet questions “Should We Reconsider What “Retirement” Means?”
Hanover, MD – January 5, 2018 – Estate planning attorney and host of The Savvy Investor TV and radio show, Michael Canet JD LLM, recently published an article on The Savvy Investor website called “Should We Reconsider What “Retirement” Means?” which proposes the notion that we separate from work in our sixties may have to go.
Canet writes, “Generations ago, Americans never retired – at least not voluntarily. American life was either agrarian or industrialized, and people toiled until they died or physically broke down. Their “social security” was their children. Society had a low opinion of able-bodied adults who preferred leisure to work.”
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About Michael Canet JD LLM:
Michael Canet, JD LLM, 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 #1 Amazon best-selling author of two books, Successonomics (with Steve Forbes) and 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. 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.
Michael Canet is a Registered Representative with TCM Securities, Inc. and can offer securities through TCM Securities, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC.
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