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Will the 4% rule lead to regret that you didn’t use your retirement wisely?

February 23, 2024
retirement planning

Recently, I received a message from someone who had read our complimentary book, “ENOUGH”, asking whether we supported the 4% rule. I was so shocked, I nearly fell off my chair… Thinking to myself, surely I can’t be coming across as a supporter of this retirement withdrawal method. Regretting “someday” thinking… Paul Armson, author of…

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Two ways to mess up your retirement…

February 18, 2024
retirement planning

The million dollar question: How much is enough?  Or is it something more… Day in and day out, we’re asked this question, where the focus is on a lump sum dollar amount, a financial target. But planning for retirement goes far beyond mere numbers: it’s about understanding the nuances that can either set you up…

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The ONE thing you must get right to secure your comfortable retirement

February 11, 2024
retirement planning

Don’t risk retirement regret…There’s one critical factor most soon-to-be retirees overlook in securing their dream retirement.After 20 years of helping couples and individuals there’s one thing most get wrong as they approach retirement.It’s not spoken about a lot but this could be the difference between retirement regret or living your retirement dreams.Don’t miss out on…

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Blast Through Retirement Roadblocks So You Can Navigate Retirement With Ease

February 2, 2024
retirement

Are you ready to take the reins of your retirement, or are you simply drifting into the unknown? You have plans to retire at a certain point in time. You dream of the freedom, experiences and memories you want to create. But you don’t have a clear path to make it happen. It’s like navigating…

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Confusing Luck With Skill Maybe Detrimental To Your Retirement Years

January 26, 2024

Confusing luck with skill can leave you high and dry in retirement. Let me explain how luck, not skill played a part in your’s truly still being in one piece today. Risk, Luck, Skill or Plain Stupidity Back when I attended University in Ballarat, you could say I did some dumb things… In my late…

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Break Free from Analysis by Paralysis and Step Towards the Retirement of Your Dreams

January 12, 2024
retirement planning

The Paralysis of Analysis Are you constantly scouring the pages of google conducting your own research? Trying to source relevant information and on the hunt for anything that will assist with planning your retirement? If you are, I’d like to congratulate you for taking an active interest in retirement planning. It’s important to educate yourself…

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How To Rip Off The Retirement Blindfold and Master Your Retirement Roadmap?

January 6, 2024
retirement

Are you one of the many struggling to plan for your retirement? Do you know if you are going to be okay financially in retirement? Over 5,000 people have downloaded our free book download, “Enough” over the last few years. Combine that with hundreds of Retirement Clarity calls is proof enough many are struggling to…

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Which retirement path are you on, retirement regret or living your best life in retirement?

December 30, 2023

As you reflect on 2023 and enter 2024, have you considered whether you are on track for a comfortable retirement? If you are within 7 years of retirement, you need to know… One thing we know for sure is time passes, it’s unstoppable, it’s undeniable. At some future point you will end up retired, whether…

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Mistakes Over 55’s Are Making In 2023 That May Cost Them A Comfortable Retirement

December 8, 2023
retirement

After over 200 conversations with over 55’s in 2023 I’ve collated the biggest retirement mistakes we see people making as they approach one of the most exciting periods in their life. In this post, we highlight the top 7 mistakes we’ve seen from 200 conversations in 2023. Retirement is a major transition, a major life…

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Is Professional Retirement Advice Worth The Cost Or A Waste Of Money?

November 26, 2023

As retirement draws near, you might find yourself reflecting on your readiness. Have your plans kept pace with life’s changes, or are there uncertainties about retiring on your terms? More importantly knowing whether you’ll have enough to sustain a comfortable retirement lifestyle? It’s common to have thoughts of “I should have started earlier”…the good news,…

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