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With the financial services industry and human resource departments embracing the need to plan for the personal and psychological side of life after work, having the most effective tools, resources, training and communication is more essential than ever. The harsh reality is, many firms and organizations say that their clients or employees are more than just a dollar sign or financial figure, but frankly they can’t prove it. Their website only highlights their expertise with financial products and services, or they only provide access to 401k tools and support. They miss the mark by saying one thing but doing another.

Robert Laura has been a paid, professional writer for nearly 20 years. In addition to writing for Forbes, Huffington Post, Next Avenue, and Financial Advisor magazine, he has developed, trained, and licensed content to a wide variety of organizations, firms, and professionals. His ability to infuse the latest research and social science with thought-provoking insights, vivid stories, and a frequent dose of humor allows professionals, employees, and consumers the ability to get educated and take action in an entertaining and inspiring way.


Robert Laura is a syndicated columnist for and Financial Advisor Magazine. His articles at Forbes are targeted at new, existing and soon-to-be retirees and focus on retirement income, retirement wellness, and celebrity interviews about money and investing.


As a five-time best-selling author and nationally syndicated columnist, Robert Laura has found that retirement is among the most fascinating, yet least understood, phases of life. As a result, he has developed a powerful message to tackle the mental, social, physical, spiritual, and financial aspects of retirement. All of his work reflects his ground-breaking efforts to challenge the status quo of traditional retirement and estate planning and help people create a No-Regrets Retirement & Legacy Plan!

His message diverges from mainstream retirement books by turning retirement planning into a more personal and meaningful process that focuses on the individual or couple rather than their financial assets and resources. His innovative approach helps people critically question what they have been told about retirement, get off auto-pilot, and disrupt old and outdated thoughts patterns about life after work.