What happens next with COVID-19, market volatility, and federal retirement plans?
A conversation with Dean Niewolny.
You might be wondering about your federal retirement benefits, the market and this period of volatility, and what history can tell us about the post-coronavirus era.
Dean Niewolny has spent 23 years as a financial adviser and now focuses his practice on assisting federal employees, helping make sure their retirement income plans are in order.
This is a no-cost, no-obligation event, designed to help you navigate the shifting environment around retirement income planning. We look forward to seeing you!
Join the Dean as he answers these three questions:
- What does history tell us about the markets?
- What are your investment options in the thrift savings plan, with detailed explanation?
- What would be a realistic investment balance for a 30- and/or 50-year-old.
About Your Presenter
Dean Niewolny spent 23 years as a financial adviser; today, he is looking out for federal employees, helping make sure their retirement income plans are in order.
Dean tries to help people mitigate future risks when it comes to retirement. He attempts to provide quality information to assist federal employees successfully navigate their retirement income plan decisions, including a no-cost, no-obligation analysis—an accurate picture of the employee’s current and future benefits. He helps federal employees with pre- and post-retirement questions and explains the various options available and strategies that could improve their current and post-career income. His goal is to ensure that federal employees have the right information to plan for a successful retirement.
Dean speaks at events around the world, encouraging business leaders to channel first-half achievement into a second half defined by joy, impact, and balance. In 2017, Dean authored his first book, Trade Up: How to Go from Just Making Money to Making A Difference.
Dean and Lisa and their two children live in Southlake, Texas.