Retirement Revealed Podcast & Blog


6 Simple Tips to Save Money and Pay Down Debt

Financial debt is something that can hold back people of all ages — from 20-year-old college students to 70-year-old retirees. Tune in to discover simple tips to manage your debts before they snowball into tremendous financial distress, and worse, delay your dream retirement.

4 Ways to Maximize Your Pension in the Wisconsin Retirement System

Pension plans often contribute heavily to your retirement income. If you’re living in Wisconsin, you might have heard of The Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS), the 9th largest public pension fund in the U.S. Tune in to learn what the WRS is all about and the different benefits it offers to retirees! (Note: The strategies discussed are relevant even if you’re living outside of Wisconsin.)

The 7 Most Important Conversations for Your Retirement

The earlier you start having your retirement conversations, the better. Remember, these conversations should not be only geared toward your investments. It’s more about your retirement income. The short-term market fluctuations don’t matter as much in the long run. Tune in to learn about seven conversations that you should have with an advisor, your family, or yourself before you hit retirement (and on an ongoing basis).

May – October 2022 I Bond Rate is 9.62%!

When you buy a US Series I Savings Bond (I Bond) during May through October 2022 your initial 6-month rate will be 9.62%
I Bond 6-month rate jumps over 9%

Buy I Savings Bonds in May 2022

Learn about buying Series I savings bonds and the latest news for current and projected rates in 2022.
Ep 82

6 Effective Ways To Cope With Widowhood

Widowhood is a challenging time, full of grief and sorrow. If you are entering retirement as a couple, it is likely that one of you will face widowhood in the future. You might also have friends or family members going through it. Tune in to learn how you can help yourself or a loved one cope with widowhood, along with strategies to ease the financial and emotional burden that follows.

The New Map of Life: 5 Things You Should Do Differently

The average life expectancy is 30 years longer than it was a century ago. As a result, retirees now have more years to plan for. After all, an extra 30 years likely means that the end of your retirement will be a lot later than it used to be! Tune in to learn how to plan for retirement with this higher life expectancy in mind and spend your pre- and post-retirement days more efficiently and enjoyably.
Money Manager

4 Signs You Need a Daily Money Manager

Sometimes, you reach a point in life when you can no longer oversee your personal finances. Regular bill payments, updating check books, monitoring different accounts, or looking out for fraudulent activities — it can be a little too much to handle on your own! Tune in to learn how you can keep the personal finances in order for yourself or a loved one with the help of Daily Money Managers.
Withdrawl Plan

3 Reasons to Have a Withdrawal Plan in Retirement

Your withdrawal plan can have a huge impact on your lifetime taxes — potentially even hundreds of thousands of dollars! Tune in to learn about tax-efficient withdrawal strategies to generate retirement income, and gain insights into advanced softwares for making research-based decisions.

Learn more about retirement, investment and tax planning through our blog updates, as well as our Retirement Revealed podcast, hosted by Jeremy Keil, and published every two weeks. Proud to be named a Top 100 Retirement Blog and a Top 25 Retirement Podcast to follow in 2021 by Feedspot!

Free Guide

Download your retirement planning guide now.

Download our Retirement Guidebook

6 Questions retirees aren’t asking but should be