The New Retirement Reality In an excellent article in InvestmentNews, 5 Ways To Start The Purpose Conversation, author Dan Sharishevsky shared these insights on finding purpose in retirement. Retirement is undoubtedly one of life’s biggest transitions. Today, 75 is the new 60 and 65 is the new 50. Retirement is no longer the finish line. Continue reading “The New Retirement Reality”
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How to Become Your Own Financial Hero
A good leader starts by leading themselves. I had the pleasure of talking with my good friend Mary Rauchenstein on my podcast this week about what qualities a good leader posses, and what the differences are between a leader, mentor, coach and manager. You can use these strategies to start managing your own financial life.
How to be Financially Resilient
The worst way to invest is by acting on emotions. When unexpected changes occur in the economy, most people tend to panic. Financial resilience isn’t about avoiding all those bad things that can happen to you (for example, a pandemic, or getting laid off) because, inevitably, those things will happen. Instead, financial resilience is about being able to deal with those things when they do happen.
How a Furlough (or Layoff) Affects Your Finances…and Retirement
Being furloughed is a serious and scary event. Here are six things you should know: