NPEPC is excited to bring back...
Kurt Czarnowski, principal in “Czarnowski Consulting,” a retirement planning firm which in now in its 10th year of providing “Expert Answers to Your Social Security Questions.”
Our topic will be: How to Maximize Social Security in Retirement Planning
Our Guest Speaker will be:
Czarnowski is the former Regional Communications Director for the Social Security Administration (SSA) in New England, a position he held from December of 1991 until his retirement at the end of 2010. He began his career with SSA in 1976, and during his 34 years with the agency, he worked in several different management and staff positions in the Boston area.
As Regional Communications Director, Czarnowski was responsible for coordinating the Social Security Administration’s public affairs/public information activities in the six New England states. In this role, he was a frequent speaker at local and regional events for members of the public.
Czarnowski wrote the chapter on “Social Security and Retirement Planning,” for the book, The Six Secrets to a Happy Retirement, which was published by ATA Press in March, 2013. He has been a contributor to “Retirement Weekly,” a MarketWatch Publication, and his answers to readers’ Social Security questions have been seen in “Retirement Daily,” as well as the print and online editions of “U.S.A. Today.” He was also recently quoted in both the New York “Times” and the Boston “Globe” about the best time to claim Social Security retirement benefits.
He serves on the Massachusetts Money Management Project’s state-wide Advisory Council, and is a Member of the New England Pension Action Center’s Advisory Board.
A native New Englander, Czarnowski received a Bachelor's degree in History from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, and a Master's degree in Public Administration from Northeastern University.
He currently lives in Norfolk, Massachusetts with his wife, Anne.
Come join the conversation! Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members may attend at a $25 fee.
This event will be held jointly with our friends from the Boston Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals