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If you’re not where you want to be financially, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by all the things you should be doing to get you closer to your financial goals.
When you start researching all the things you should do before retirement, the process seems overwhelming – especially if you don’t have all your ducks in a row!
I don’t have the ability to predict the future, but I think it’s a worthwhile exercise to look at the current trends happening in the stock market and the economy that will likely continue into 2021!
To say that interest rates are low right now is an understatement! This week on The One Minute Retirement Tip Podcast, I’m talking about “5 types of bonds to own now.”
Inflation is problematic anytime, because your dollars don’t go as far as they used to. But when you’re working, wages are usually rising to keep up with inflation. That’s not the case when you’re retired!
Sometimes we just do something because that’s what we’ve always done, without giving it much thought. Christmas can easily become one of those seasons where we buy things and do things because well, that’s what we’ve always done.
This week on The One Minute Retirement Tip Podcast, I’ll be talking about how gratitude can help you be happy with less, help you become more patient with your money decisions, and help you make financial decisions that are consistent with your values.
Back in 2013, University of Chicago social scientist Harold Pollack asserted that you can fit all the financial advice you’ll ever need on a single index card.
As we approach the end of the year, it’s an important time to do some year-end tax planning to take advantage of opportunities to potentially lower your taxes before the door closes on December 31st.