Retirement planning can be stressful. From bloated retirement plans to focussing on retirement from a crisis standpoint, it can be difficult to actually enjoy your retirement. Tune in to learn about the importance of an agile retirement plan approach and accepting uncertainty as a healthy part of retirement to reduce retirement planning stress and encourage your ability to enjoy your retirement.
When you search for the best retirement advice, it’s the same response over and over: save your money. Go figure. But in Steve Medland’s new book, Spiraling Up, you get guidance on what to do once the money is saved based on the 7 principles of financial serenity.
It’s never too early to plan for your retirement. But where do you start? Knowing where to start can be difficult, and even those who have a headstart in the process might have missed some of the necessary questions to help accurately plan for their retirement. Tune in to learn about seven questions that could make or break your retirement, and how to find the answers to those questions.
Retirement planning is not the same as it was for previous generations. If you want to plan and live a flourishing life in retirement, you might need to rethink some areas of your retirement plan! Tune in to learn about four key areas that today’s retirees need to rethink to enjoy their retirement to the fullest.
Sometimes, retirees think, “I wish I had started my financial planning at an earlier age.” You can help your future generations avoid this mistake. In other words, you can get the much-needed money conversations started — something that has been a taboo for many families in the past. Tune in to learn about Anthony Delauney’s “No Regrets Retirement Roadmap” for planning for your ideal retirement, along with tips to help your future generations get started.
If you don’t know where to begin your retirement planning, you’re not alone. That’s why we have created a simple process to help you achieve your ideal retirement. Tune in to learn about our 5-step retirement income plan, where each step is designed to help you solve a crucial piece of your retirement puzzle.
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).
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 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.
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