Posts tagged Spending
#185 - Don’t Be Like Wimpy! How Spending Can Ruin Your Retirement

On this episode of The Retirement Answer Man Podcast, I talk about spending and some safeguards you can put in place so that you don’t overspend on things you don’t need and may not even really want. Listen in and learn to differentiate between needs and wants, and get some great tips to help you avoid unnecessary impulse spending.

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#179 - A Simple Tool to Estimate Retirement Spending

Do you want to have a great retirement? Make sure you value the right things. It is possible to make a million dollars and feel poor, or to make $60K and live a rich and full life. On today’s episode, Jason Parker joins me to talk about how to calculate your retirement spending and make wise choices that will benefit you long-term in your retirement years. Listen in to learn about the new software tool that Jason has developed that helps with this process and to find out how you can get started on counting the cost of retirement.

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#125 - 5 Things You Should Do in a Post-BREXIT World for Your Retirement

On this episode we’re going to tackle the volatility in the markets as a result of the news that Great Britain has voted to leave the European Union. There are many things to consider having to do with lifestyle, investing, and retirement planning that you need to think through, and I’m going to help you do that on this episode of The Retirement Answer Man podcast.

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#28 4 Strategies for Beating Retirement Planning Stress [Podcast]

Stressed about planning for retirement??? You're not alone.  Most of us (including me) freak out when we look at what it could take to provide for our family in retirement. Don't believe all the statistics; you can take control.

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How Your iPhone Promotes Poor Spending Habits and 4 Ways to Fix It

Downloading apps for your iPhone or iPad is just too easy to resist. The average price for an app is only $1.60. A harmless amount for most of us. Just click a button and your bank or credit card is automatically charged. In under 5 seconds you can make a purchase without feeling like you’ve even done anything.

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