It's Time to Retire
By Beverly DeVeny
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It’s Time to Retire
After working with some of the best IRA minds in the business for the past 14 years, it is time for me to try out the “other side” – retirement.
I have truly enjoyed working with all the advisors and clients I have met. I have spoken to large groups and small ones. I have travelled coast to coast to educate others about the IRA rules. I will miss it all.
But it is time to move on and do some of the things that I have put off for a long time because I was “too busy” working to do them. It is time to slow down a little and smell the roses.
Thank you everyone for all you have done for me and taught me. I leave you in good hands with Sarah, Jeremy and Andy, and, of course, with Ed.
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