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If you're like most Publix Associates we've worked with, you've probably spent a lot of time thinking about life after Publix. But have you actually spent time planning for the day you leave the store (or warehouse) for the last time? At some point in the future, Publix will hand the responsibility over to you for your retirement plans, health care, income, etc., and on that day you will need to make one of the largest financial decisions you'll ever make. Fortunately we're here to help. Our knowledge and experience can help you navigate through the critical planning decisions while helping you understand how they apply to you.
My own career with Publix started in 1979, and after retiring in 1999, I began my career in financial planning.
When I retired, the ESOP and Profit Sharing were still separate programs. And after beginning the distribution process with no experience or professional guidance at the time, I soon realized how confusing it can be.
Because of this experience, almost immediately after taking my own distribution I began helping other Publix Associates plan for their life after Publix, and 2 decades later, I'm still passionate about helping people like you avoid the mistakes I made, and still see people making today.
Most of our clients initially began working with us because they felt it was time to begin preparing for retirement and wanted to find out where they were in relation to their goals.
As a result, over the last 20+ years, I've helped dozens of current and former Publix Associates through a variety of financial challenges. And today, because of the knowledge and experience I've acquired since then, over 80 percent of my clients are from Publix.
Characteristics that define a financial advisor.
As a Publix Associate, I know choosing a financial advisor can be very confusing and there's no shortage of firms throughout the South actively seeking your business. I believe at least part of that confusion is because many in my industry have adopted the title "financial advisor".
(I even went to a car dealership recently and the salesperson's title was "client advisor").
According to Investopedia.com
"a true financial advisor should be a well-educated, credentialed, experienced, financial professional who works on behalf of his clients, as opposed to serving the interests of a financial institution". "Generally, a financial advisor is an independent practitioner who operates in a fiduciary capacity in which a client’s interests come before their own".
With that in mind, I am:
You have multiple choices for your retirement advice, but because of my experience and my time at Publix, I know the challenges you face, and how to help you successfully navigate them.
Doesn't it make sense to have someone with this type of knowledge and experience working for you!
4 ways to find out more:
So, what does Life after Publix look like for you? It all begins with a phone call.
In Central Florida at (407) 663-5020From South Florida at (561) 237-5007
*Important: the information contained in this section is provided for educational purposes only and should not be considered personal advice.
While the information is believed to be accurate, it remains the sole responsibility of Publix Associates to contact the Retirement Department of Publix to obtain confirmation of it's accuracy prior to separating from service and taking distribution of their retirement accounts. It is also the sole responsibility of Publix Associates to contact their tax and legal advisors to confirm the accuracy of any tax or legal issues mentioned that may be applicable to their particular situation. The information in this section may not be transferable to other corporate retirement plans and should be verified before it is applied to your individual situation.
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