Columbia, MD, May 21, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Gary Williams, CFP®, Founder of Williams Asset Management in Columbia, MD, will be offering a complementary Social Security analysis to residents of Howard County and its neighboring counties who are near retirement.
“This is an important topic as more and more people transition into retirement. Most people simply view Social Security as a monthly check. But it is far from that; Social Security is a valuable asset that could potentially provide recipients a million dollars or more over the course of their lifespan. In some cases, proactive planning can literally mean hundreds of thousands more dollars in your pocket,” says Williams.
Williams continues, “Using Money Guide Pro® as the engine for this analysis, we are equipped to provide a sophisticated analysis for individuals to truly understand their options pertaining to Social Security.” MoneyGuidePro has been the most-used financial planning software for seven straight years, according to Financial Planning’s survey of Registered Investment Advisors.
To request a complementary Social Security analysis, please visit http://www.williamsassetmanagement.com and click the Social Security Analysis link on the right-hand side. Alternatively, you can contact our office at (410) 740-0220 or email us at Info@WilliamsAsset.com.
About Williams Asset Management
Williams Asset Management has been providing individuals and organizations with financial guidance since 1994. Located at 8850 Columbia 100 Parkway, Suite 204, Columbia, MD, 21045, the advisors of Williams Asset Management pride themselves on crafting unique strategies for each client. For more information, please visit www.WilliamsAssetManagement.com. Securities & advisory services thru Commonwealth Financial Network, member FINRA/SIPC, a registered investment adviser. Fixed insurance products & services offered by Williams Asset Management are separate & unrelated to Commonwealth.
Social Security is discussed in detail in Chapter 5 of Gary’s best-selling book, The Art of Retirement. For more information about, The Art of Retirement, please visit www.theartofretirement.org.