The financial world is more complex than ever, and people are struggling to make sense of it all. If you’re like most people moving into the phase of life where protecting—as well as growing-- assets is paramount, you’re faced with a number of financial puzzles. Maybe you’re struggling to get your kids through college without drawing down your life’s savings. Perhaps you sense your nest egg is at risk and want to move into safer investments. Maybe you’re contemplating downsizing to a smaller home, but aren’t sure of the financial implications. Possibly, medical expenses have become a bigger drain than you expected and you need help assessing options. Perhaps you’ll shortly be eligible for social security but want to optimize when and how to take it.
Whatever your specific financial issue, one thing is certain—your range of choices is vast. As the financial world becomes increasingly complex, what you need is deeply researched advice from professionals whose credentials are impeccable and who prize clarity and straightforwardness over financial mumbo-jumbo.
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz and the Schwab team have been helping clients
tackle their toughest money issues for decades. Through Carrie’s
popular “Ask Carrie” columns, her leadership of the Charles Schwab
Foundation, and her work across party lines through two White House
administrations and with the President’s Advisory Council on Financial
Capability, she has become one of America’s most trusted sources for
In The Charles Schwab Guide to Finances After Fifty: Answers to Your Most Important Money Questions ($25.00), Carrie will not only answer all the questions that keep you up at night, she’ll provide answers to many questions you haven’t considered but should.
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz is president of the Charles Schwab Foundation and senior vice president at Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., where she has spent the past thirty years serving clients and advocating for investors. Under her leadership the Foundation has established several notable financial education programs, including a curriculum for teens developed in collaboration with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. She also spearheaded a program with AARP Foundation to provide financial education and coaching to people age fifty and older. Her popular personal finance column “Ask Carrie” is syndicated weekly through Creators News Service. She’s a Certified Financial PlannerTM certificant, and the coauthor of the popular book about family finances, It Pays to Talk.
Here at last are the hard-to-find answers to the dizzying array of financial questions plaguing those who are age fifty and older.