As a corporate executive, the thought of being laid off late in your career is enough to send you into nauseating, pulse-racing fear — and for good reason.
Studies show that 56% of employees over age 50 are fired or forced to quit before they’re ready. Which begs the question, do you know what you’d do if you were laid off at age 55?
Join me in this exclusive webinar where we’ll discuss:
- The #1 fear you face as an executive in corporate America
- The 5 steps you must take to become indispensable at work
- How to stay in the game if you’re laid off at age 55
- 4 common financial challenges you face as a corporate executive (& how they impact your wealth if you’re laid off)
I’ve spent the past 24+ years as a financial advisor helping corporate executives retire on their terms. Register now to find out what you should do if you’re laid off late in your career.
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About Greg Hutto, CFP®, CFA®
Greg Hutto, president and CEO of Heritage Retirement Advisors, comes from a family of educators, so it’s no wonder he holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Texas A&M University, and a master’s degree in education from Tarleton State University. He spent years as a teacher and coach before entering financial services in 1996. After 14 years in the industry working for such powerhouses as UBS Paine Webber and Raymond James, Greg founded Hutto Retirement Advisors LLC in 2010, now Heritage Retirement Advisors. He holds both the Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) designations. Additionally, he is the founder of Heritage Tax Advisors LLC. Greg and his wife, Angie, have three children. He likes to cycle, play golf, travel with his family, and he’s still trying to convince Angie of his dream of being husband-and-wife truck drivers, or at least working and living on the road in an RV! To learn more about Greg, connect with him on LinkedIn.