• Steve Crescenzo is Cutting Through the Clutter June 23rd

    He's back! Steve Crescenzo is returning to NPEA on June 23, 2016, to host a webinar entitled Cutting Through the Clutter. Steve's content and humor made him one of our most popular conference speakers. You won't want to miss this one-hour webinar that is sure to be equally informative and entertaining.   Read More »

  • 2016 Conference Agenda Taking Shape

    We are very excited to announce this year’s keynote speaker will be motivational speaker Chad Hymas, whom The Wall Street Journal has called “one of the 10 most inspirational people in the world!” Learn more about Chad and our other featured conference speakers here.   Read More »

  • Ghilarducci on Guaranteed Savings Accounts

    2015 keynote speaker Teresa Ghilarducci, author of the recently released book How to Retire with Enough Money and How to Know What Enough Is, co-authored an article in the NY Times calling for the establishment of guaranteed savings accounts for the 95 million workers without pensions.   Read More »

  • New Social Security Rules Q&A

    The day after I discussed Social Security rules and claiming strategies at the National Pension Education Association’s annual meeting in Lexington, KY, on October 27, 2015, the U.S. House of Representatives, without advance warning or public debate, approved legislation that eliminated some of those options. The Senate approved the bill two days later and President Obama signed the Bipartisan Budget Act ...  Read More »

  • NPEA Speaker Joseph Coughlin Pens WSJ Article

    Former NPEA keynote speaker Dr. Joseph Coughlin, director of MIT's Agelab, wrote the cover story How Technology Will Transform Retirement for the November 30, 2015 Wall Street Journal's Retirement and Financial Planning Section."The next generation retiree will have an unprecedented array of technologies and tech-enabled services to invent a new future for working part time, remaining social, having fun, living home, staying healthy and arranging care."  Read More »

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