Life is a Journey of self discovery. The older I get the more I learn. One of the things in particular is the fact that too often, it’s not until we reach retirement age that we get to spend time doing what we want to do instead of what we have to do. Retirement age has given me the opportunity to read and delve into areas and topics that I would have never previously considered. I have started looking at those big questions. Questions like, why is it that some
Ann Babiarz, an investor, a coach and author of the book, ‘Up’, shares her Investing success tips. Believe it or not it starts by creating a road map for your life. Life is a journey and when we go on a journey we need a plan. Ann explains why an investing strategy needs to be congruent with your life and values. I found this as you will see a most interesting discussion particularly the Harvard study.
Do you dream of escaping the rate race, of not having to go to work each day? Do you think about not having to get up early, come home late, never seeing the family because you are stuck in traffic? Do you keep missing those important milestones in the family’s life?
Christopher Calandra CFP shares his 3 steps to Secure Financial Freedom
We spend more time planning the family vacation than we do our financial future. That's a pretty bold statement. I personally think it is shocking but it is true which is why Christopher Calandra, a certified financial planner, made it during our interview for today's show.
Where are we going to live in retirement? At least half of us are going to sell up, move on and downsize. We move for various reasons. Some of us are downsizing because we are now empty nesters. The children have left home and we can do something better with our time then cleaning a big house and maintaining a large yard. Some of us move because we want to live in a warmer climate. In the USA the move is south closer to Florida.