FSA, Research Scholar, Stanford Center on Longevity; President | Rest-of-Life Communications
Steve Vernon, F.S.A., is president of Rest-of-Life Communications and a research scholar for the Stanford Center on Longevity. In both roles, Steve is active with research, writing, and speaking on the most important issues facing older workers and retirees, including finances, health, and lifestyle. Previously, he worked for over 35 years as a consulting actuary, helping Fortune 1000 companies design, manage and communicate their retirement programs.
Steve is an independent researcher, writer, and retirement educator, and he is a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries. He bases his insights and strategies on research regarding both the economic and behavioral economics aspects of retirement decision-making.
Steve has published seven books on retirement planning, and he has written over 1,000 columns on retirement strategies for CBS MoneyWatch and Forbes.com.
His 2018 book, Retirement Game-Changers: Strategies for a Healthy, Financially Secure, and Fulfilling Long Life, addresses the series of critical decisions that older workers face as they transition from the workplace into retirement. His latest book, released on July 22, 2020, focuses on retirement income strategies—Don’t Go Broke in Retirement: A Simple Plan to Build Lifetime Retirement Income.
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