About Kyle Rolek, CFP®
Born in Easton, PA, Kyle's education-first approach is in large part inspired by his parents who are both long-time Pennsylvania public school teachers.
Kyle attended Lafayette College and earned an Economics degree in 2009 (he started at Lafayette as pre-med, but switched to business during sophomore year after failing miserably at organic chemistry).
Following graduation, Kyle joined ING Financial Partners where he obtained the Certified Financial Planner designation. He'd also go on to complete Stanford University's Value Investing program.
In 2015, Kyle founded Rolek Retirement Planning. His aim was to design a comprehensive retirement planning process tailored to those nearing retirement.
Since then the firm has consistently grown, forming partnerships with experts in tax, law, and health insurance to provide one-stop, comprehensive retirement planning for those nearing retirement.
Learn more about our comprehensive process below.
We Help Clients...
Determine the amount of money needed to retire
Use investments to produce consistent income during retirement
Minimize the impact of potential future tax increases
Implement Roth Conversions in a way that’s tax efficient
Determine appropriate health insurance for each life stage
Plan for unexpected healthcare costs, including long-term care
Get the most from your social security benefits
Position survivors to remain financially secure for life
Reduce or eliminate future estate and inheritance taxes
Avoid common retirement planning pitfalls and mistakes
Learn how our retirement planning process can benefit you
Our Retirement Planning Process
1. Lifestyle Planning
- What will you do to enjoy yourself during retirement?
- Will any retirement lifestyle changes have a significant impact on your expenses?
3. Income Planning
- Will your retirement income be enough to fund your expenses?
- When should you start social security? Which pension option should you select?
5. Tax Planning
- How will potential future tax increases impact your long-term financial security?
- How can you reduce the harm that future tax increases may inflict on your plan?
7. Estate Planning
- Will assets pass to beneficiaries in a way that’s intentional and tax-efficient?
- How can you minimize or eliminate potential estate and inheritance taxes?
2. Expense Planning
- How much will you need to spend per year to live the life you want in retirement?
- How will inflation, taxes, and healthcare costs impact your expenses over time?
4. Investment Planning
- How will you use your investments to generate income that lasts for life?
- How will you protect your investments from the many risks you’ll face during retirement?
6. Healthcare Planning
- How much will you spend each year on health care costs in retirement?
- How can you protect assets from potential future long-term care expenses?
8. Monitoring Plan
- How will you ensure your plan stays updated and on track throughout your retirement?
Our process handles the issues raised above and many others as part of one nicely organized, comprehensive plan.