Retirement

Are You REALLY Ready for Retirement? Take our Quiz!

Are you worried about retirement?

Retirement planning doesn’t have to be complicated. Yet getting started seems like a daunting task to many folks. Even if you have a plan, you may be wondering if you’re on the right track to live the lifestyle you’ve always wanted when you’re no longer working.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or looking for a second opinion, then I invite you to take our short 10-question quiz to find out how ready for retirement you really are.

Once you take the quiz you’ll then receive a series of 7 tips to help you improve your retirement readiness and minimize any anxiety you may be feeling. 

So if you’re ready, click the button below to take the Quiz! 

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Brad E.S. Tinnon
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™

A Wise Retirement Strategy in your 60s

There are a number of unique things that people in their 60s should be focusing on in their retirement. Today I will be discussing 6 things that you need to focus on to have a solid retirement strategy.

These include things such as how to handle your expenses, tips on how to optimize Social Security, what your investment portfolio should look like, how to handle health insurance, what to do about your mortgage, and ways to minimize your taxes.

Whether you are currently retired or not, you will learn important information that you can apply to your life.

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Improve Your Retirement Readiness With These 7 Helpful Tips

Are you really ready for retirement? You’ve worked a long time in your career and you’ll be faced with the decision of whether or not to retire in the near future. This decision should not be taken lightly. With that in mind, following are 7 practical tips that can help you improve your retirement readiness and plan for that ever important day!

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Living Your Retirement: 3 Ways to Reduce Housing Costs

People who are preparing for retirement or who are already in retirement tend to stress out about their housing costs. And rightfully so, because these are likely to be the largest costs you will have in retirement, especially if you still have a mortgage. In today’s blog post, I will be sharing 3 ways that you can reduce your housing costs, which should help to alleviate stress and provide for a more secure retirement.

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Why Retirement Planning Isn’t Just About the Money

It’s one thing to crunch the numbers and figure out whether or not you can retire, but it’s quite a different thing to look at the non-financial aspects of your retirement. 

In today’s blog post you will learn 5 very important, non-financial questions that you need to ask yourself prior to retiring. These include questions such as – Where will you live? How will you spend your time? How will you find fulfillment? What sort of legacy will you leave?

Read on to learn why focusing on these non-financial aspects can lead to a more satisfying retirement!

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Don’t Put All Your Financial Eggs In One Basket

At first glance, when you read the title of this blog post, you would naturally think that you shouldn’t put all of your “investment” eggs in one basket. While this is true, the reality is that there is more to it than that. Many people invest a large majority of their “financial” eggs with their employer. Read on to learn why this is so dangerous and 5 strategies that you can use to protect yourself!

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(VIDEO) Answers To Your Top Questions About Social Security

In today’s video blog, I want to share with you two questions that you should be asking when it comes to Social Security. The first is “When should you take it? and the second is “What are some strategies to maximize your benefit?”.

This is such an important topic because if handled properly, you wouldn’t have to withdraw as much money from your investment accounts. This could allow you to improve your standard of living, tackle bucket list items, leave a legacy, increase your chances of a successful retirement, etc… 

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The Importance of Retirement Planning

You’ve likely heard the phrase: “fail to plan, then plan to fail”. This is ever-so-true when it comes to retirement. If proper planning is not done, then you could possibly experience a less-than-optimal retirement.

In today’s blog post, I’ll be discussing why retirement planning is so important. Additionally, you’ll learn why retirement planning should involve MUCH MORE than just your investments. And that having a plan allows you to make course corrections along the way, which could make a considerable difference for your future! 

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What’s A 401k? Financial Basics For Small Business Owners

You’ve likely heard of what a 401k is, but exactly what does this mean for you as a small business owner? One question on your mind may be how a 401k would benefit you or your employees. Additionally, you may be thinking / wondering how much it would cost or if you can even afford to have a 401k. In today’s blog post, I will be covering these issues as well as some other 401k basics you should be aware of.

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5 Easy Ideas To Boost Your Retirement Savings

Perhaps you’re doing a good job with saving towards retirement, but you feel like you should be doing more. The only problem is that you don’t have any money left over to save. In today’s blog post, I’ll share with you 5 Easy Ideas To Boost Your Retirement Savings.

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