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Just because you stop working in retirement doesn’t mean you stop making money.
Today, Jeremy Keil is back with step two of his 5-Step Retirement Revelation Process, a step that is all about discovering what you’ll be earning during retirement. In this information-packed episode, Jeremy highlights the complexities that can come with making decisions about how you’ll make money in retirement. You will also learn how professionals like Jeremy can guide you as you consider what your monthly lifetime income will be.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Different ways you can make money in retirement
- Why you might not be retiring when you think you will
- The importance of considering your spouse during your decision-making process
- How behavioral finance can affect your decision-making
- And more!
Join Jeremy now as he walks you through the next step in his retirement planning process to help you solve your retirement puzzle!
Resources: Keil Financial Partners: (262)-333-8353 | 6 Questions Retirees Aren’t Asking But Should Be | 3 Keys You Should Know Before Choosing a Financial Advisor |
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