Steve Parrish, J.D., RICP®

Steve Parrish, J.D., RICP®

Co-Director, Retirement Income Center, The American College of Financial Services

Steve Parrish, JD, RICP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RHU®, AEP®, is an Adjunct Professor of Advanced Planning and Co-Director of the Retirement Income Center at The American College of Financial Services. His career includes years spent as a financial adviser, attorney and financial service company executive.  

Parrish’s 40-year background working with retirement planning issues has given him insight into both the opportunities and risks associated with retiring. In his role at The American College, Parrish helps consumers, business owners and their advisers avoid a headache or two with retirement planning. He focuses on law, estate planning, taxes and financial strategies that can help enable a successful retirement. Parrish is so passionate about retirement planning, at 64 years years old he obtained his Retirement Income Certified Professional (RICP®) designation, and refuses to retire.

Website: www.theamericancollege.edu/ | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/steve-parrish-jd-ricp-clu-chfc-aep-bbb6b18/

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