For years I thought I had my finances and investments figured out. I had a financial advisor and felt well taken care of. I was grateful to have this smart man advise me and manage my investments for my retirement.
When retirement is already a fact, it is too late to talk about saving money. What do you do then? In today’s video, Wealth Logic founder and financial expert Allan Roth shares some practical strategies for achieving financial security in retirement. Enjoy the show!
The years before retirement are especially important for making decisions about our spending habits, investments, and other financial issues. Where do we begin? In this video, founder of Wealth Logic and financial advisor Allan Roth, gives us some pointers on being wise when creating our retirement plan. Enjoy the show!
After years of working both in the home and in the workforce, many women over the age of 60 find themselves eager for retirement. But when is the right time to retire and how do you know if you can truly afford the life you have been looking forward to?
Since starting Sixty and Me, I have always tried to be as neutral as possible when it comes to political, social and cultural issues. But, today, I have something that I just need to get off my chest… I am so mad about ageism. In my opinion, this is an issue that we can all come together to solve and I would like brainstorm with you about how exactly to do this. Come join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me!
If you’ve ever thought about asking for help with your finances – maybe trying to roll over your 401k without getting dinged by tax penalties or making sure you’re not taking too much risk with your life savings – you may have found yourself wondering what financial advisors actually do.
You probably know that women have a longer life expectancy than men, but did you know that there are 105 males born for every 100 females to compensate? Women have a longer retirement than men, so start now to plan for it.
For most of us, money wasn’t a popular topic of conversation when we were growing up – either at home or at school. So, we did the best that we could, learning (sometimes painful) lessons from the “school of life.” Well, the good news is that it is never too late to improve your relationship with money. Today, I want to offer a few tips for doing exactly this. Come join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me!
I have been dealing with the topic of the transition to retirement for the past 25 years. During this time, I’ve worked with clients considering retirement at many different times in their lives. Some have retired at the “normal” retirement age of 65 while others have retired by age 50 or deferred to age 75 and even 80.
Statistically speaking, we know women expect to outlive their husbands.
Harvard Health reported in 2016 that 57% of those ages 65 and up are female, while 67% of those who reach age 85 are women. The average woman lives five years longer than the average man in the U.S.