Money Chic Podcast
Confident – Healthy – Informed – Capable
That’s what it means to be Money Chic
About the podcast.
Join financial advisor and money coach Shari Rash each episode as she helps breakdown financial and retirement challenges facing today’s women and their families. Shari will share insider secrets about women & money and show you ways to enhance your life, financial plans, your family’s future, and make sure you’re Money Chic!
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Episode Show Notes
Retirement pyramid, Social Security, pension, income planning, investments, 401k, ira
There are benefits to different types of retirement accounts and when you will pay taxes on those accounts.
On today’s show, Shari is speaking on some of the most common mistakes she sees couples make when it comes to financial planning.
Financial planning always has to account for possible gaps in someone’s retirement. Today, Shari is reviewing some of these gaps you may face in the future and what you should do about them now.
So, you’re experiencing some concerning symptoms? Let’s have a visit with the money “doctor” to see what financial prescriptions you might need.
There’s an old quote that says, “Age is the price of wisdom.” Let’s talk about how that applies to the financial world.
So much focus in the financial world revolves around accumulating money. There’s all sorts of advice, how to guides and guardrails in place when it comes to saving and investing, but a lot less resources out there to help retirees navigate the period of time after retirement. This is known as decumulation, the spending down and managing of the assets you’ve accumulated through your life. And on this episode, we’ll point at (at least) 5 things you must know about decumulation to retire successfully.
On today’s show, we take some mailbag questions that have been sent in from our listeners. We will discuss longevity and how it relates to social security arguing about money, and much more.
At first glance, each of these statements seem like basic common sense that everyone agrees with. But when we look at the way people actually behave with their money, it seems that common sense is actually a bit uncommon.
Before you can effectively put together a retirement income plan, it’s important to understand your own tendencies for spending. Let’s explore the different personalities.