I’m excited to tell you about my new Women’s Retirement Radio podcast.
After a great Birthday lunch at Cracker Barrel last Sunday, she celebrated her 100th Birthday this past Monday.
She’s an amazing lady…
This past Wednesday, I hosted 2 separate sessions of a webinar on the SECURE Act.
We spent most of the time covering the changes to Required Minimum Distributions and the elimination of the “stretch” IRA for non-spousal beneficiaries. We also talked about new planning opportunities this may create for you and your family regarding their retirement accounts.
Thank you to those who joined me for the webinars. We had some great questions and I’ve received good feedback from the attendees.
If YOU have any questions about the SECURE Act or your retirement planning, please let me know.
I hope to share recordings of these webinars with you soon.
And I’m happy to let you know that I’ve finally launched my own podcast. It’s called the Women’s Retirement Radio podcast. You can click “play” on the audio player below to listen to the introductory episode.
In future episodes, I’ll be covering retirement issues, challenges, and considerations that impact women and their families.
If you have any suggestions or requested topics for me to cover — on the podcast, in future email newsletters, or on my blog — please let me know.
I enjoy and regularly listen to several podcasts on my phone while I’m walking, exercising, working in the yard, or doing other things.
So far, I’ve only published a first episode (click play above) that’s more of a welcome and introduction.
But I’ve already recorded another episode on the “tricky transition to retirement” that I’ll release soon. And I have a lot of ideas for other topics I hope you’ll find interesting and worth your time and attention.
My plan is to release a new podcast episode each week going forward.
I invite you to give it a listen and subscribe in your favorite podcast app. That way you won’t miss an episode.
It should be available on all major podcast platforms (Apple, Google, etc.) in the next few days. I personally use the Overcast app to listen to podcasts but virtually all smartphones these days come with a built-in podcast app.
If you’d like me to put together a quick video on how to subscribe and listen to podcasts, let me know and I’ll be happy to help. Of course, you can always just Google it as well. Here’s a “beginner’s” guide but it’s a couple of years old.
In addition to all the above, I’m looking forward to meeting some new folks in the next week or two that were introduced to me by my clients and other professionals.
If you know someone that would like to discuss their retirement planning or get a 2nd opinion on what they’re currently doing (or not doing), I hope you’ll keep me in mind.
And be sure to listen and subscribe to my Women’s Retirement Radio podcast. New episodes coming soon…
P.S. – My friend and colleague, Sam Bass, writes a weekly email and I’ve referenced his writing multiple times in the past. I encourage you to read one of his most recent articles about how High Returns Don’t Guarantee Wealth. Sam and I share many similar viewpoints regarding financial planning and advice, and this article is no exception.