It’s the beginning of a New Year and you may be wondering if you’re doing everything you should be doing right now in order to secure enough money for your eventual retirement needs. Taking a pulse of where you are financially and how you measure up against other people in your age range is a wise step towards making sure you stay on track financially. It’s not enough to simply hope there will be enough money for you to retire comfortably. That’s why we dedicated this episode of The Money Guy Show to helping our listeners know where you are and what you can do to work towards a better retirement.
In this show, we help you figure out your finances in a way that will provide you immediate insight into where you stand financially. Join us as we take you through the mathematical wonderland that helps you better define your number for retirement the right way.
This episode will help you answer the following questions:
- Where am I financially?
- How am I doing compared to others in my generation?
- Am I saving enough for retirement?
- How do I know what’s enough for retirement?
- What is my number – the number I personally need to retire comfortably?
- What are some things I could be doing right now to put me on track towards my number?
- How can I catch up if I’m behind?
- What else should I do if I’m on track?
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