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Critical Ages For Retirement Planning

by | Jul 2, 2021 | Money Tips, One Minute Retirement Tip, Podcast, Retirement, YouTube

 

Retirement Rules Of Thumb You Should Ignore

This week on The One Minute Retirement Tip Podcast, I’m talking about “critical ages for retirement planning.

Did you know that at age 50, you need to pay attention to your asset allocation and begin dialing back your risk?

Do you know what other critical things you should be doing at age 55, 59 1/2, 62 or even at age 72, for your retirement planning?

On the One Minute Retirement Tip podcast this week, I’m talking about the ages and milestones that are critical for planning your retirement.

I’ll help you understand everything from catch up contributions starting at age 50, to what you need to know when starting your required minimum distributions at age 72… and several other must-know milestones in between!

To learn more, be sure to listen to this week’s intro episode and subscribe to the One Minute Retirement Tip wherever you listen to podcasts. Episodes 995-1001

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ASHLEY M. MICCICHE, QPFC®, CRPC®, CEXP®

Ashley helps business owners exit their business and retire with financial security. As a Certified Exit Planner she specializes in helping business owners navigate the maze of decisions that need to happen from full-time running their business to retirement.

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