You work your entire life and save diligently in order to enjoy your retirement. It sounds simple, enough, but the realities of preparing for retirement can be much more complicated and overwhelming for some people. In fact, a recent survey found that 80 percent of Americans have expressed anxiety that they have not saved enough to be financially independent in retirement.
They say every day in retirement feels like a Saturday, but is that as nice as it sounds? On this week’s episode, James and special guest, Director of Financial Planning, Ryan Shepherd dispel some misconceptions about retirement.
Market downturns are inevitable, so how you set yourself up to weather those storms is important.
We’ve talked about your kids inheriting more than just money, but what about when they actually inherit money? On this week’s episode, James looks at both the emotional and the practical response of inheritance after the loss of a loved one and the key to honoring that gift.
High-Income Earners May Have Trouble Saving For Retirement: Your Guide to Overcoming Some Surprising Roadblocks
You probably know the fundamentals of saving for retirement, but it’s not always as simple as you want it to be. If you’re a high-income earner with limited options, it can make achieving your retirement goals a bit of a challenge.
While considering tax efficiency tends to make you fear for today, we want you to think about it long-term.
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