The PSRE now provides in-office or at-home guidance, depending on which option best suits staff requirements and schedules. During each session, the team offers actionable tips, advice, and strategies for building a higher standard of living in retirement.
During each session, the team will offer advice on how to optimize savings. They also focus on risk minimization – providing strategies for a more secure retirement – with particular focus on the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance.
“Public Sector Retirement Educators offers active and retired federal and postal employees education to help ensure they have the knowledge and ability to maximize their retirement benefits,” explains a company spokesperson.
With a recent CNBC report showing that 55% of Americans are behind on saving for retirement, PSRE’s program comes at a critical time. From interactive online tools to on-demand training, PSRE modernizes retirement planning for today’s civil servants.
At the core of the program is PSRE’s classroom training, which empowers attendees to make smart decisions about contributing to the TSP, calculating pensions, choosing between retirement systems, and more. Training sessions can take place in federal offices or employees’ homes at flexible times to accommodate busy schedules.
The classroom experience is complemented by PSRE’s suite of e-learning resources, spanning online courses, webinars, calculators, and other self-serve tools; these allow clients to continue their education at their own pace, with access to ongoing support.
PSRE will also host educational events at federal sites nationwide. These retirement workshops and seminars will connect employees with financial planners, benefits specialists, and other experts who can provide guidance tailored to their specific needs.
Discussing the growth of the education program, the spokesperson adds: “We have representatives in nearly every state. Through our network of highly-trained Federal Benefits Consultants, we provide federal and postal employees with the knowledge they need to understand their retirement benefits. We help them establish a solid financial framework for their future.”
Public Sector Retirement Educators (PSRE)
10869 N Scottsdale Rd