Expert Commentary

Dr. Reichenstein selected to The Experts panel for the Wall Street Journal

William Reichenstein, the Head of Social Security Solutions Research and Baylor Professor, was selected by the Wall Street Journal to be a contributor to the newspaper.  The WSJ has a section call The Experts where renowned industry experts are asked to write about important financial topics.

See Dr. Reichenstein’s first contribution entitled, “When is the Right Time to Start Claiming Social Security” here:

Wall Street Journal asks us to help with Spousal Benefits question

Dr. Reichenstein, Baylor professor and Head of Social Security Solutions Research, was asked by the Wall Street Journal to help answer a reader’s question related to Spousal Benefits and how to create a smart claiming strategy.

See the article in Ask Encore section linked here:

New Research Released By Meyer and Reichenstein on Strategies for Singles

New research on Social Security strategies for singles was released today in the Retirement Management Journal. This report complements Meyer and Reichenstein’s research on Social Security strategies and illustrates the knowledge and expertise that is the foundation of Social Security Solutions’ advice.

The research extends previous knowledge that singles should only consider “breakeven” analysis. The work illustrates important filing dates and ranges where a single person should never claim benefits.

Books sell out after first day of Financial Planning conference

Meyer and Reichenstein’s popular book, Social Security Strategies, was the first book to sell out at the National Financial Planning Association meeting in San Antonio, Texas.

The popular book is in its third release and has been references are the primer and authoritative book on how to maximize benefits.

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Meyer and Reichenstein featured speakers at the National Financial Planning Association meeting

Over 1,000 financial planners listened to Bill Meyer and Bill Reichenstein talk about Social Security strategies at the premier event for practitioners in San Antonio, Texas.

Committed to education and helping advisors better help their clients, Meyer and Reichenstein had 3 separate sessions on this important topic.

Social Security benefits is the largest component of retirement income for Americans.