Should old acquaintance be forgot? A look back at the best of the Investing Sense year!
Air Date: Dec 30, 2017
Happy New Year from Investing Sense! As we look forward to 2018, it’s always a good idea to look back and reminisce about where we’ve been. Listen along with Andy and Bob as they re-visit some of the best ideas, interviews, and insights of 2017!
Radio Show Highlights
The four-minute-mile and your retirement – Special guest Deacon Hayes, author of the new book “You Can Retire Early,” says that it IS possible for nearly anyone to retire early. What does that look like, and what can you do now to achieve this goal?
Full interview: Dan Ariely – It seems that just like human nature, our relationship with money never changes. And this relationship with something as intangible and abstract as money can often lead to behaviors that get in the way of retirement and other financial goals. Special guest Dan Ariely shares his expertise and explains how to make your savings more tangible, observable, and manageable.
Meet Me in Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffett announced plans for developing branded retirement communities. A real-life Margaritaville! As retirees are more mobile than ever, Andy gives some tips to consider when thinking outside-the-box about WHERE to retire.
The million-dollar question – Bob asks a doozie of a question: How long will $1 million actually last in retirement? The answer, of course, depends on location. Andy breaks down the most and least affordable retirement destinations, plus he explains how “cost of living” can greatly affect your retirement.
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