Retirement 567 is an educational resource for those nearing retirement. Retirement 567 provides educational seminars open to the public across the United States.
There is no charge to attend our educational seminar.
No, we are not affiliated with the Social Security Administration or any other government entities.
The majority of our presenters are local professionals who come from a financial background (CPAs, financial advisors, attorneys and other knowledgeable professionals). Social security benefits play an important role in your retirement income plan, along with your overall financial strategy. With social security playing a major part in your retirement income, it only makes sense to learn from someone coming from a financial background.
Our seminars are focused around community education. While the presenter is given a chance to educate their community, often they find there are locals who are nearing retirement who may need help with their retirement planning in one way or another. If you are interested in working directly with the professional, they may charge a fee or commission. Your attendance to any of our seminars in no way obligates you to engage the presenter in any service. This allows the presenter to potentially grow their practice, all while educating the community.
No, our seminars are strictly educational. One of the most frequent comments we hear from past seminar attendees is how nice it is to go to a class and receive valuable information without being ‘sold’ something. While the presenter may hand out their business cards or brochures for services they offer, there is no obligation to engage with any Retirement 567 speaker regarding their services during or after the seminar.
Retirement 567 is primarily funded by private and corporate entities; this also includes presenter fees. Advertising on the website will be available soon.
This seminar compares and contrasts the old retirement paradigms of the past and the new paradigms of today as you retire in the 21st century. You’ll discover how to insulate yourself from the risk of rising taxes, protect your Social Security from taxation and avoid common pitfalls as you distribute your assets in retirement.