Richard Zeitz


Richard Zeitz, the founder and President of Bravias Financial, is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and a veteran in the financial services arena since 1994. As a proud member of the National Ethics Association, his firm is built on the foundation of trust, integrity, and best practices. He has become a thought leader in the industry having written guides and articles focused on retirement planning strategies, and has been seen in US News and World Report, Investopedia, Yahoo! Finance, The Street, MarketWatch, ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and The National Financial Educators Council, to name a few.

In addition to conducting educational workshops and seminars, he frequently speaks to various organizations about wealth management and retirement readiness. Richard also invests time mentoring and educating other financial advisors across the country, sharing his philosophy and approach.

When not helping clients plan for a stress-free retirement, he enjoys theater, traveling with his family, golfing, fishing, and watching his beloved Philadelphia sports teams attempt to put together a championship season.

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Plan Smart, Retire Right
Plan Smart, Retire Right. A Common Sense Approach To a Stress-Free Retirement.


Plan Smart, Retire Right
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 37,940. Language: English. Published: August 4, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal finance, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal finance / retirement planning
Plan Smart, Retire Right is a financial roadmap for hard-working Americans at any age on the topic of retirement planning. Filled with information on how to grow your savings and investments and steps you need to follow to create a lifetime income foundation for retirement and plan their very own stress-free retirement. It is time to take control of your financial future and retire right too.

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