SKIATOOK, Okla., April 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Retirement can be a tricky affair these days for many. It may be even trickier for Federal and Postal employees. The Federal workforce is estimated at over 2.1 million civilian workers, with the Postal Service employing more than 600,000.1
According to Government Executive, "14 percent of federal workers are eligible to retire… and that number is expected to increase to 30 percent within five years."2
According to Elizabeth Inman, ChFEBC, a nationally-recognized Federal Benefits Educator, Author, Speaker, and Federal Retirement Specialist, who retired from the USPS with over 24 years of Federal service, "Without a proper understanding of the options and the land-mines, it's easy to make some well-meaning yet costly mistakes when your retire as a Federal or Postal employee. These common, yet often avoidable mistakes may mean that Federal retirees will lose out on benefits and options for their entire life. After a career of devoted service, I believe that they deserve to take full advantage of every benefit available."
This new seminar helps to educate and equip Federal and Postal retirees with knowledge that may help prevent against the little-known mistakes and costly missteps that can disrupt their lives in retirement.
Inman, the Author of "Retirement Now" and "The Five Dangers of Federal Retirement" and Co-Author of "RETIRE ABUNDANTLY," continues, "Imagine being 75 years old, in great health, full of life and afraid of running out of money. AARP reported that 2 out of 3 older Americans fear running out of money more than dying. That's not my idea of retirement."3
The free Federal Briefing, How You Can Avoid The 5 Dangers in Federal Retirement, covers:
- The little-known TSP Mistakes That Can Cost You Tens of Thousands of Lost Dollars
- ONE Thing You Must Know to Take FULL ADVANTAGE of Federal Benefits
- The Right Date to Retire That Puts the MOST MONEY In Your Pocket
- What to Avoid When Getting Your Blue Book and Retirement Forms
- How to Create A Tax-Free Income You Can't Outlive
- Save Taxes Using Effective Strategies … and much more!
The Special Briefings are complimentary, yet require confirmed registration, because they tend to fill up fast.
"Most retirees want to fully enjoy retirement, yet they are uninformed about the many dangers and potholes that can derail their retirement," says Inman.
The Wall Street Journal reported that, "Uncle Sam is about to get a lot tougher on individual retirement account mistakes—and that could trip up investors who aren't careful."4 The IRS levied over half a billion dollars in fines in just a two-year period for missed retirement account withdrawals and contributions that break the rules.
"We are on a mission to show Federal and Postal retirees how to protect their hard-earned retirement dollars, so that they can enjoy a retirement filled with peace and freedom. ," shares Elizabeth Inman. "The seminar will provide attendees with a better understanding of how to get the most out of their retirement options and what to do next, if anything."
About Elizabeth Inman, ChFEBC
Elizabeth Inman, ChFEBC is a nationally recognized Financial Educator, Author, Speaker and Federal Benefits and Retirement Specialist, whom you may have seen in National Active, Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE), American Postal Workers Union (APWU), among others. Inman is the author of "Retirement Now", "The Five Dangers of Federal Retirement" and Co-Author of "RETIRE ABUNDANTLY".
You may have heard her on radio or benefited from her retirement wisdom in one of her educational sessions. Elizabeth is in demand and has shared her insights on retirement and federal benefits in various Federal publications such as Spectrum, NARFE, APWU, among others, and spoken at agencies, conferences, and conventions in 12 states.
Having retired from the USPS with over 24 years of service and as the Founder and CEO of www.FederalEmployeeBenefitCoordinators.com and Inman Financial, LLC, she and her team help Federal and Postal employees get the most out of their Federal benefits when retiring and preserve and protect their hard earned savings so they can enjoy a retirement filled with greater peace of mind and freedom.
Elizabeth is a warm and passionate communicator with a "down-home" style who loves to share her retirement wisdom and insights.
Our firm is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, the federal government or any government agency.
SOURCE Elizabeth Inman