Dennis Miller is the author of “Retirement Reboot”, a book chronicling his own journey to save his retirement in a low yield, turbulent investing environment. He works with some of the country’s top investment managers, authors and analysts to tackle the financial challenges faced by today’s retirees. Working with analysts at Casey Research, Dennis created "Miller’s Money Forever," a newsletter that provides retirees, and those soon to be retired, with actionable recommendations on how to prepare a retirement portfolio. Prior to retiring in 2008 Dennis ran a successful consulting business and authored several books on sales management. He was also a regular contributor to the American Management Association and an active international lecturer for 40 years. Find more of Dennis’ columns and reports at millersmoney.com or contact him at email@example.com.
Have a home in southwest Ohio; work in Nashville for a large private company; love sports (Buckeyes, Reds, and Steelers);
Long-term investor - split $$$ with a CFP, 401k, and my DRIP portfolio; CFP is former college neighbor who is ultra successful.
Planning retirement in W A R M weather location in 10 years.
enjoy the real-life experiences shared on SA - especially some veterans who share potholes to avoid !
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Going to school for a degree in Finance.
I enjoying learning about investing, and have a passion for knowledge and life, and literature and the collected thoughts and wisdom of others.
Helping people understand their financial choices in life and how it impacts their future is one of my main driving forces within my own life and a major goal to improve upon.
I have spent the last couple of decades writing software for the financial services industry, and have recently become aware of the DGI thought-process described by many in the SA world.
My wife and I plan on retiring in the next 2-3 years. I am in the process of converting our somewhat haphazard portfolio to the DG viewpoint, and look forward to the results.