Entering retirement can feel like crossing the finish line of a marathon, however, that doesn’t mean the race is entirely over.
A large struggle people face when they enter retirement is establishing their new identity outside of the workplace and staying engaged with the things that give them purpose.
In this episode, mindset mentor George Jerjian, a formal financial advisor and a prolific author who recently released “Dare to Discover Your Purpose: Retire, Refire, Rewire,” discusses the reality of new retirees and offers solutions to help overcome the common struggles people face after the honeymoon phase of retirement is over.
The moment that altered the course of his life forever
The concept of identity and how you can avoid struggling with it during retirement
Why wealthy people never fully “retire”
What the DARE program stands for and how it can help you in retirement
As a formal financial advisor, George is on a mission to help retirees create a plan for their later years which is about much more than money for him. It is all about making a difference and helping those heading for retirement, creating a life of purpose, passion, and potential that reflects how we live today.
George has authored 11 books including his most recent release Dare to Discover Your Purpose. George works with clients across the world, from the UK, the US, Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
Getting divorced later in life can be more complicated than you may anticipate. Have you considered how your retirement plan will be impacted if you and your spouse separate?
In this episode, Larry Heller, CFP®, explains how divorce later on in life can impact your retirement planning, and what steps you can take when going through the divorce process. He also shares how you can gain more control over what happens to your investments and assets during a divorce.
Why it is important to determine who is the non-financial spouse
Why your housing costs can have a significant impact on your retirement plan
Why it’s helpful to know what your living expenses and income is prior to divorce
The importance of knowing the rules of Social Security if you’re divorced
“We hit 100 and we’re not stopping!” – Larry Heller, CFP®
Larry has reached his 100th episode of the Retire Right podcast, a huge milestone in podcasting. During these episodes, Larry has provided his audience with all kinds of valuable information on various topics surrounding retirement.
Now, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the podcast so far — and to break down the exciting news of the rebrand of the Retire Right podcast to the newly titled Life Unlimited. Find out what you can expect for the future of the podcast, as Larry looks back on how far he’s come!
Larry also discusses:
What inspired the change from “Retire Right” to the “Life Unlimited” podcast
His favorite highlights and guests from previous episodes, including a professional organizer and a full-size model train enthusiast
How you can suggest topics and content ideas for the Life Unlimited podcast
Where you can expect to find the podcast — including video recordings
What are you going to do every day in retirement? As you think a little bit more about retirement, there are five important planning steps to keep in mind.
In this episode, Larry Heller discusses each of the five steps to start planning for a well lived retirement. This episode will help you start visualizing your dream retirement and what it looks like for you!
Many retirees underestimate the risks associated with their investments and financial plans, which can result in costly mistakes that could have easily been avoided if they had adequately planned for retirement.
To help you avoid making common retirement planning mistakes, in this episode, Larry Heller, CFP® reveals five key planning mistakes and shares tips for avoiding them so that you can Retire Right!
You will learn:
How effective planning prepares you for retirement success
Why you shouldn’t underestimate your investing risks
The importance of updating your documents and plans
Listen in to discover the five retirement mistakes you should avoid while preparing for retirement!