It's never too early to plan for your future. The sooner you start the planning process, the easier it will be to reach your goals.
Learn how to navigate a successful path to retirement during this FREE workshop led by a Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor.
Get valuable insight on the unique challenges women working in the film and TV industries face in creating a financially secure future, investing strategies to balance risk and growth, and ways to help your retirement savings last a lifetime. We'll be serving refreshments, too!
You'll receive valuable insight on:
- The unique challenges women working independently in the film and TV industries face in creating a financially secure future.
- Investing strategies to help balance risk and offer potential growth.
- Ways to help your retirement savings last a lifetime.
- Accounting for Social Security benefits costs in your plan.
As you account for Social Security benefits, you learn more about
- Maximizing Your Benefits
- Qualifying for Retirement Benefits
- Collecting Benefits at Full Retirement Age
- Working While Collecting Benefits Prior to FRA
- Waiting to Collect Benefits
- Taxation of Benefits
is a financial advisor at Merill Lynch's Manhattan East Financial Complex, where he centers his practice on helping clients efficiently structure all facets of their financial portfolios. His approach to wealth management is consultative, objective and committed to excellence. Browne joined Merrill Lynch after a distinguished career beginning in 1992. His career experience includes assisting clients in asset management at Neuberger Berman and retirement planning at TIAA-CREF. Together with his team, Browne is able to deliver a preeminent client experience with a holistic approach to all aspects of financial planning.
NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Nov. 9, 2012