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Every day, subscribers will receive the most relevant retirement-related news. Robert Powell, along with the nation’s top retirement advisers, will answer subscribers’ questions about all things retirement, including Social Security, Medicare and IRAs. All with unbiased and reliable information and advice.
Often referred to as “Mr. Retirement,” Robert Powell is a long-time financial journalist and retirement expert known for helping millions of Americans save for and live in retirement. For more than three decades, Powell has become the trusted source for retirement news, information as well as advice, guidance and wisdom. Powell, whose work now appears regularly in TheStreet and USA TODAY, serves as the editor of TheStreet’s Retirement Daily and contributes to the TheStreet’s Income Seeker.
Powell also serves as the editor of the Retirement Management Journal, the first-ever peer-reviewed journal focused solely on retirement income. In addition to his decades of experience as a personal finance journalist, Powell has a long history of creating multimedia financial education for consumers and advisers. He is the co-author of Decoding Wall Street and 20 Tips for Retirement Investors, and the editor of Advice, Trust & Money.
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