Retiree Regrets

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Show Notes

Many of us have experiences that we regret. How can we avoid these feelings in our retirement years? In today’s episode, Scott shares common retiree regrets and practical strategies to sidestep them.

From waiting too long to retire to lacking clear retirement goals, Scott talks about the importance of identifying your retirement aspirations and crafting a plan to achieve them. Tune in to discover how to make the most of your retirement years without the weight of regret.

As a bonus, Scott answers a listener’s question about spending surplus retirement funds to make up for a decade of frugality. Stay tuned for an inspiring conversation on living a fulfilling and regret-free retirement!

Here’s some of what we discuss in this episode:

0:00 – Intro

7:13 – Waiting too long to retire

9:01 – Not having goals and a purpose in retirement

13:06 – Losing touch with family

15:16 – Not enjoying more while you’re younger

21:20 – Not taking your health seriously earlier in life

23:39 – Not planning for long-term care

26:11 – Listener question about spending in retirement


Resources for this episode:

7 Biggest Regrets of Retirees

10 Retirees Share Their Biggest Regrets

US News Article:


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