This week’s episode is the second installment of The Worst Mistakes You Could Make With Your Money. Last week, we addressed money mistakes to avoid in your 20s and 30s. This week, we share the money moves that are important to make in your 40s, 50s, and 60s.
As you advance in age, the weight of your financial decisions become heavier. But it’s that not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, knowing what can derail your financial progress can serve as excellent guideposts on your path to financial independence.
Therefore, tune in to this week’s episode of The Money Guy Show and find out what some of the worst mistakes you could make with your money in your 40s, 50s, and 60s.
Here’s what we cover in this show:
- Why planning is most essential in your 40s
- What you risk when you fail to properly plan in your 40s
- The types of investments you should avoid
- What a healthy lifestyle has to do with your wealth
- Why you should start having money discussions now with your aging parents and your kids
- How not prioritizing investing for retirement is going to negatively impact your wealth potential in your 40s
- What you should avoid doing in your 50s to reach financial independence
- Why debt should absolutely be avoided in your 50s
- Don’t fall into this trap with your adult children
- What you need to understand about risk capacity in your 60s
- The types of gimmicks and products you have to evaluate very carefully as you get ready to transition into retirement
- Why failing to enjoy your wealth may be your biggest regret in your 60s
- And how not communicating your final wishes can wreak havoc on you and your loved ones
- What you can share, beyond money, with future generations
Tune In and Go Beyond Common Sense with the Money Guys
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