Pieces of the Puzzle – Episode 108

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TWS-108-PiecesOfThePuzzleSpencer and Will want to talk retirement income. Are you saving enough now? Will you have enough later? They breakdown common beliefs and approaches about saving for the future. A recent article about retirement is examined. Find out why your retirement is like a mountain on today’s episode of The Wealth Standard Radio.
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Show Notes:

[0:00] Intro

[0:39] Will Street Background

[2:03] Spencer Couch Background

[2:47] Major Fears of Retirees

[4:21] The Mountain

[12:45] Wealth Building Cornerstones

[18:09] The 4% Rule

[22:38] Money is Cheap

[25:30] Dr. Wade Pfau and the 2.8% Rule

[29:42] The ‘Wonder’ Years

[31:00] Optimizing Retirement Income by Combining Actuarial Science and Investments

[33:40] Does Life Insurance Fix Everything?

[36:38] Understanding Annuities

[39:20] The Covered Assets Approach

[43:06] Cash Value Policy Building

[45:18] Volatility Buffer

[46:39] Wrap-Up


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