Who is Carol Schmidlin?
Author of “FedSavvy”, the highly anticipated and soon to be released book, Carol is widely recognized as a specialist on retirement planning for federal employees. She frequently appears on radio, webcast and in public seminars focusing on financial and retirement planning.
Why Is Carol So Sought Out?
Carol believes that financial planning is about a person’s values not just their money. Her focus is on protecting a person’s purchasing power, not simply their principal. She feels it is important to develop the right retirement plan for an individual’s situation by utilizing tools that help manage taxes, market volatility and risk. She has been advising clients on how to grow and preserve their wealth for over 17 years. She is a specialist in Federal Employee benefits, as well as an expert in retirement planning strategies.
Who Can She Help?
Carol provides training to various federal agencies regarding the complexity of their benefits, along with topic specific brown bag lunch training programs. Her clients understand the importance of working with a specialist that has a thorough understanding of their benefits, and how to utilize them in the most effective manner for their retirement
Carol is a partner in Federal Benefits Training Network and a trainer of FBTN Advisors throughout the country. Carol has been a member and contributor of several mentoring and private coaching groups including Ed Slott’s Elite IRA group and Master Certified Member of HS Dent Network. She is also a member of the National Ethics Bureau and Better Business Bureau. A lifelong resident of New Jersey, Carol graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Rowan University. Carol Enjoys travel, reading and most of all spending time with her three children and husband.
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