People need to make certain assumptions about their money to build a solid retirement foundation. This often includes investments, expenses, income needs and more. Today Jon and Karyn discuss what all of these are, why they are important and how to address each area to be sure you have what you need – when you need it.Take a Listen
Are you really prepared to make the transition from work to retirement? Today Jon and Karyn talk about the preparation needed to make sure it works – especially involving retirement income, protection from high costs of health care, asset allocation and more.Take a Listen
These include not having a budget, not planning on when to take Social Security, and not knowing how much you can take out on a regular basis. Jon and Karyn discuss these areas and others to be sure you have all the bases covered and that one mistake doesn’t lead to others.Take a Listen
Health care is expensive. Add in the cost of potential long-term care and retirement health care is even more expensive. Today Jon and Karyn talk about the best ways to protect your income from those high costs by using portions of your assets in areas such as insurance or health savings accounts to provide funding if the worst case scenario does occur.Take a Listen
These fundamentals are specifically designed to help prevent your portfolio from the kind of market volatility that occurred this past February – and which we did not see much of last year. Today Karyn goes through all five of them to help you make sure your plan and nest egg are protected.Take a Listen
Do you have an idea of when you want to retire? Whether you have that or are still in the process, Jon and Karyn talk about the factors you need to take into account when deciding when to pull the trigger and making sure that the decision you make is the right one for you.Take a Listen
Who doesn’t, right? Even though more Americans are retiring later, more people would prefer to call it quits sooner. But that’s easier said than done – especially if you don’t have a rock solid plan to do it. Today Jon discusses the things you can’t overlook if you plan to retire early. Including trying to save more, allowing for health care until Medicare eligibility kicks in, and seven other factors you need to have locked down if retiring sooner rather than later.Take a Listen
People get excited about the idea of retirement – but they may also question whether their nest egg can handle it. Jon and Karyn discuss the questions people have such as whether investment decisions are the best ones, or how to pay for healthcare and cover taxes. Making sure your money is positioned properly will help make sure your retirement will be everything you want it to be.Take a Listen
People are looking for ways to make their lives better – and if they are quick and easy, that’s even better. On this week’s episode of Retirement Evolved Jon and Karyn discuss some of the easy ways you can position your money so that you are optimally prepared when your retirement arrives.Take a Listen
They include assets, income, protection and more. They are the features of building a retirement plan in a similar way that a house is built – with a strong foundation. Jon and Karyn talk about all of these pillars that go into your retirement foundation and the best ways they can work for you and your plan.Take a Listen
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