Local business leader Robert Dokken hosts national retirement preparation course

Educational course designed to prepare baby boomers for retirement will be held at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City. Financial industry professional Robert Dokken of the Dokken Report aims to help educate consumers.

Panama City, United States - March 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Panama City, Fla. (March 16, 2018) – For many in retirement, the fear of dying seems to be replaced by the risk of outliving one’s income, and local financial industry professional Robert Dokken of the Dokken Report aims to help educate local consumers of retirement best practices to help mitigate those concerns.

Dokken will teach a new two-day retirement income planning course, Simplify Your Retirement, at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, helping attendees identify the most pertinent risks in retirement for their personal situation. Empowering baby boomers to prepare for a stable retirement income, the comprehensive personal finance course is best for those in the early stages of retirement or those about to retire, and addresses difficult retirement decisions including income planning, Social Security maximization and risks to avoid.

“For baby boomers, there’s been a shift in retirement income planning as compared to previous generations—the basic financial rules of thumb have changed since the parents of boomers retired,” Dokken said. “This course helps those concerned with their finances and wanting to prepare for market volatility.”

Participants will learn about considerations as it pertains to retirement income planning including health care, inflation, taxes and other personal concerns. Additionally, the course addresses reasons why some retirees run out of money, along with options for drawing Social Security, defining core priorities, and developing reliable retirement income. Upon completion of the course, attendees will receive a complimentary, personalized retirement income plan analysis invitation from the course instructor.

Dokken will offer the first session of the two-day retirement income planning course from 6:00-8:30 p.m. on April 10 with the second session commencing on April 17, at Gulf Coast State College. Dokken is also hosting a second course in the same location starting April 14 with the second session commencing April 21 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. To register, please visit: SimplifyYourRetirement.com/panamacity or call 850.767.8888.

In addition to the two course sessions, the Simplify Your Retirement personal finance course includes: an in-class workbook, a copy of retirement planning guides: 10 Steps to a Successful Retirement, and 15 Questions to Ask about Your Social Security Benefits. Tuition is $59 and includes all course materials. Couples may attend for a single tuition cost.

About Simplify Your Retirement:

Nationally recognized financial literacy speaker, Stephen Stricklin, developed the Simplify Your Retirement program, intended to inform consumers while taking the complexity out of retirement. Simplify Your Retirement, which has already certified nearly 30 financial professionals across the nation, teaches consumers retirement income practices for financial peace.

About Robert Dokken and the Dokken Report:

Robert Dokken, Chartered Financial Consultant and Certified Tax Coach, is a best-selling author, TV personality and lecturer, has been helping families and businesses protect their assets for nearly 30 years. Robert and his group of elite professionals work together to help you grow and protect your nest egg.

Robert created his Nest-Egg Stress Test© to provide an analysis of your current financial picture by his team of investment advisors, financial professionals, attorneys and tax professionals. With their findings, they create a custom roadmap to help point you in the direction of your dreams.

The Dokken Report is an independent financial services firm helping individuals create retirement strategies using a variety of investment and insurance products to custom suit their needs and objectives.

This information has been provided by a Licensed Insurance Professional and is not sponsored or endorsed by the Social Security Administration or any government agency.

Advisory services offered through Change Path LLC and SEC Registered Investment Adviser. The Dokken Report and Change Path LLC are not affiliated. 17450 – 2018/3/8


Contact Info:
Name: Robert Dokken
Organization: The Dokken Report
Address: 6 East 4th Street, Panama City, FL 32401, United States
Phone: +1-850-767-8888

For more information, please visit http://dokkenreport.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 315840

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