Barry H. Spencer, Registered Investment Adviser
Barry H. Spencer is a Registered Investment Adviser and co-creator of Wealth With No Regrets® (www.wealthwithnoregrets.com
). He has appeared on national and regional programs as a financial educator, speaker and industry thought leader, and he has held workshops throughout the nation for executives, business owners and professionals. Spencer is a contributing author for four books, including The Secret of Wealth With No Regrets and Retire Abundantly. He is also a four-time Ironman.
Latest articles by Barry H. Spencer, Registered Investment Adviser
Don’t Let Market Downturns Rain on Your Retirement Parade
Consider ‘timely investing’ vs. ‘time in the market’: Your lifestyle and retirement priorities dictate how you judiciously invest, rather than investment returns dictating your lifestyle.
Are You Ready for Retirement? 5 Things You Should Think About First
retirement You’ve had a countdown clock running in your head for years, but unless you’ve planned for these five realities, you may not be ready to retire.
By Barry H. Spencer, Registered Investment Adviser Publishedretirement
6 Investment Tips That Can Reduce Worry in Retirement
retirement planning To do all the things you’ve dreamed of in retirement and not stress that your money will run out, you need to make the most of what you have with a smart, integrated investment, income and tax plan.
By Barry H. Spencer, Registered Investment Adviser Publishedretirement planning
5 Hidden Risks to Your Retirement Security
Making Your Money Last If you're focusing only on your investment portfolio as you prepare for retirement, you may be distracting yourself from what's most important for a good plan. And that mistake can come back to haunt you in unexpected ways.
By Barry H. Spencer, Registered Investment Adviser PublishedMaking Your Money Last
Don't Overlook These 5 Retirement Income Risks
Financial Planning Even if you've been a diligent saver, any of these often-overlooked dangers might pose a threat to your future happiness.
By Barry H. Spencer, Registered Investment Adviser PublishedFinancial Planning