Jerry Golden

Jerry Golden
Jerry Golden is a nationally recognized advocate for retirement planning, responsible for landmark innovations for Mass Mutual, AXA Equitable, and more. He is a sought-after speaker, appearing on Bloomberg Radio, Fox News, and CNNfn. and in financial publications like Bloomberg Online and Kiplinger’s Retirement Report. As founder of Golden Retirement, LLC, and Go2Income he is helping people make retirement plans that create dependable, spendable retirement income for a lifetime.

Recent Posts

Build Your Retirement Plan with the Three Ls

Posted by Jerry Golden on Dec 6, 2017 3:14:05 PM

You know about the Three R’s of schooling—reading, ’riting and ’rithmetic – that continue to form the foundation of education even as it becomes much more complex and sophisticated.

 

Find Your Income Power: Planning for Retirement Income That Will Last as Long as You Do

Posted by Jerry Golden on Oct 11, 2017 5:13:08 PM

Perhaps your net worth is $500,000 and you justifiably feel successful. At the same time, you probably still worry: When you choose to retire, will you have enough money to last the rest of your life?

 

Why Working Past 65 Can be Doubly Rewarding

Posted by Jerry Golden on Aug 12, 2017 5:01:37 PM

The typical retirement plan devised by a financial advisor will call for you to manage your investments in stocks, bonds and cash so that they last through your projected life span.

 

6 Retirement Misconceptions

Posted by Jerry Golden on Jul 31, 2017 9:43:09 AM

In an effort to keep things simple for people who are nervous about retirement – whether they are 42 or 62 – conventional planning strategies focus on how to save and invest money. If you save X amount and invest wisely you will live happily for N years. That is how retirement misconceptions begin.

 

Financial Independence Means Having a Plan for Retirement Income

Posted by Jerry Golden on Jul 10, 2017 9:48:00 AM

Maintaining your financial independence throughout your life is dependent on the plans you make to create retirement income.

 

When you are working, you have to decide how much to put aside for your retirement savings account. You have to plan for your kids’ education, you plan for owning or renting your primary residence, and to take care of your insurance needs, plus a whole lot of other decisions.

 

10 Retirement Building Blocks for a Long, Financially Strong Life

Posted by Jerry Golden on Jun 11, 2017 8:35:36 AM

 

In a world where political ideas come and go, trends surge and falter, revolutions bloom and then fade, a few foundational concepts for retirement remain true: Income is of prime importance, planning for your specific circumstances will increase your financial stability, most retirement calculators are seriously flawed, and you can lessen – but not eliminate – the burden of taxes.

 

Single Women Confront Unique Questions as They Plan Retirement

Posted by Jerry Golden on Apr 17, 2017 3:03:29 PM

In many ways, single women face the same problems as men when they consider how to retire with enough income, with one exception: They worry more.