If current conditions of the stock market being down and your retirement investment accounts falling in value have you concerned, worried or even scared about your future, you’re not alone. Today’s episode is just for you.
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Can you still retire in a down market? With the stock market down and inflation up, that question is on a lot of minds. We’re going to talk about the factors involved in making this decision and how we help people like you determine the answer to this question.
Today we’re diving into the mailbag to answer questions from listeners just like you. We’re taking questions about retiring prior to the age of qualifying for Medicare, gifting to your kids and grandkids, having multiple IRAs and long-term care.
Are you nervous about shifting from saving money to spending it in retirement? If so, you’re not alone. Today we’re sharing five things you need to know about decumulation, or the spending phase of your life.
We’re all guilty of procrastinating from time to time. But today we’ll share some financial matters you want to be on top of and others you can take your time with. From taxes to debt, find out what you need to know about these money tasks.
Are we headed into a recession? That’s the question that’s on a lot of minds. On today’s show we’re going to make sure a recession doesn’t ruin your finances or retirement plans. We’ll also welcome retiree and investor Jim Manning to the show so he can ask questions, which are probably the same questions you have.
You might not pay as close attention to your birthdays as you get older, but there are some ages that you need to be paying attention to. On this episode, we’re sharing the most important birthdays in retirement planning. We’ll take you through some of the key ages, why they are important and what you should be thinking about as you approach retirement.
There’s enough financial jargon being used that even experienced investors get tripped up now and again. Today we’re going to talk about the investment terms you should know, what they mean and why they’re important to you and your financial future.