It is widely known that in order to completely retire, in most cases, the person retiring needs to have some amount of money set aside. Though it seems as simple as socking money away for that time when you decide you are no longer going to work, it is not actually that easy most of the time.
In this episode of the Lets Talk Future Show, John McCann and Michael Clark are going to talk through what they believe to be the five most common pitfalls in retirement planning. Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear a perspective of retirement planning that you may not have heard before! Only want to listen to a specific section of the show? Check out the time stamps and find more info on exactly what you are looking for. As always, this show cuts through the noise and nonsense about money and gives you the tools you need to build wealth, invest for the future, and put a plan in place.
Quote of the day: “Passion is one great force that unleashes creativity, because if you’re passionate about something, then you’re more willing to take risks.” – Cellist Yo-Yo Ma
Need to find something from today’s show? We have you covered down to the minute!
- Listener call – taxes when selling primary residence: 8 Min
- Lack of planning for health insurance in retirement: 14 Min
- Undisciplined investing: 20.5 Min
- Lack of debt control going into retirement: 26 Min
- Diversification: 32.5 Min
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