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May 26, 2022

Federal Employee Retirement and Benefits News


Carol Singer

“I strive to make a difference in people’s lives as an advocate for my clients best financial interest.”

Carol Singer

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Public Sector Retirement

Carol Singer is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah.  After 24 years she moved to Maryland and then to Albuquerque, NM. From there she resided in Colorado for 3 years before returning to New Mexico.

She believes that what is appropriate for one is not necessarily the best fit for another, and her goal is to provide unprecedented customer service to all of her clients. Her main focus is helping people and business owners create a tax-free retirement with guaranteed income they do not outlive.

Prior to dedicating herself to helping clients, she spent years in the Information Technology Industry, which allows her to assist individuals that may not be tech-savvy. Her years of working with seniors provided great insight and learning opportunities into the challenges of retirement, aging, and the subsequent need to plan for the future.

She has 1 grown son, Clay, and a beautiful dog. In her free time, Carol loves to read, practice archery, sing and dance, and play various games such as cribbage, gin, rummy, or backgammon. She would love to learn the Tango and Fencing as well as throw some clay around on a potter’s wheel.

Carol Singer Articles:

Article: Obtaining the Best Federal Employee Life Insurance by Carol Singer

Article: Is FEGLI Right For You, Right Now? By Carol Singer

Article: The Correct Way of Saving for Retirement by Carol Singer

Article: Five Key Steps Towards Federal Retirement and Financial Security by Carol Singer

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