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Episode 16: Our top 10 retirement questions answered

Hello and welcome to Super
Insider, where we chat about all things you need to know to make
the most out of your super. I'm Anne Fuchs and I'm the Executive General Manager
of Advice, Guidance and Education at Australian Retirement Trust. Before we begin, I'd like to acknowledge
the traditional owners of the land and waters where we're recording
this podcast today. Now, it's important also just to let you
know that this is general advice only and you'll need to decide
if it's right for you. Now, as part of our Q&A series,
we have some of the team from Member Education joining us,
April Smith and Kane Everingham. And they've got a whole list of
questions that you, our members, and in the community, ask about
what you need to know so you retire well with confidence. So, it's over to Kane and April.

Well, thank you Anne. So, as you heard, you've
got Kane and April here and we're from the Member Education
Team at Australian Retirement Trust. Last financial year, for example, just
to let you know, we did almost 2000 education events across the year and
that was to almost 100,000 people. So we get out and about quite a bit. We get to hear a lot of the questions. And in today's session,
we're going to cover off a lot of the questions that we get around
retirement and planning for retirement. So very popular field, very engaged
people that we come across when we're out and about. So, I want to start with
the first two questions I'm going to start with and I'm
going to say, look, I'd be retired if I had a dollar for every
time these got asked April.

So, the first one there,
what age can I retire? Has anyone asked you that before? Oh yes. I would be have a full
piggy bank by now as well. Beautiful. So, that's a very commonly asked question
and technically the answer to that, when can I retire, the answer is – any time you want. There is actually no set
retirement age in Australia. So, for example, I could retire
right now. I know I don't sound and look it, but I'm actually 47.
I know look like I'm 23, but I'm 47. I could retire right now,
but could I afford to? So, if I had rental
income from properties, if I had money in the bank,
if I had income from shares, inheritance money, I could
technically retire right now.

But, it's like, what are
my sources of income? What am I going to live off? I don't get access to my superannuation
until a certain age. I don't get access to any Age Pension help
till a certain age. So these are the things
you need to think about when it comes to planning your retirement. So, as an ex-financial adviser, a
client always springs to mind here. It's probably the most stark example
I have where she came to see me, and, as you do – hey, you know,
what are you here for today? And she said, I want to see
if I can afford to retire. And I'm like, okay. So I started asking the usual questions.
When you're looking to retire? And she said, well, I'm looking
to retire in two weeks. I've already handed in my notice.
So she was just looking for justification that
she was okay to retire. And so when we did the exercise,
looked at her assets, what she had, what she wanted to do in
retirement.

When we did the calculations, it showed that
she could only actually do what she wanted to do for the first
6 or 7 years of her retirement. Then she would have spent all her super
and then she would have been subject to whatever the Age Pension
was going to pay her. So that wasn't the lifestyle
she wanted in retirement. After 6 or 7 years, she didn't have enough
super to do what she wanted to do.

So, I wanted to share that
because it really leads me to the next commonly asked question. And I'm sure you've
seen this in the media. How much super do I need to retire on? Now, everyone groans when I give them my
answer, but the answer is – it depends. And just like you heard me share that story with the client, it
depends on what you want to do. So a common example or an exercise I would have taken my clients
through was, you know, travel. What do you want to do with
yourself in retirement? I'll pick on April here. So, April's married to an Englishman. So I imagine, April when you retire, you want to be able to go
home to England and visit. Visit your hubbie's rellies. Yes, yes. I will need to save up
to travel to England. But unlike yourself, luckily your
family all live in Australia, so we might be saving for different things.

That's it. So very big difference. So as April said, my family are
all in South East Queensland. So I don't even have to leave the state. So for April, to visit the family,
she needs to factor in flights, accommodation, hire cars and how often do
they want to go overseas. Versus myself, I've only got to put in half a tank of gas and the furthest I've
got to go is Bundaberg. So very different needs
for how much super we need just on that topic alone.
It can also be cars. Am I looking to upgrade my car regularly? New car, second hand car.

Even things like where I go out to eat. Do I like to go to five star dining
and get my favourite bottle of wine? Or is fish and chips at the local takeaway. Is that what I like to do? So these are the kinds of
things you need to consider when it comes to your retirement
and how much super you need. What does a day look like? What does a week look like
for you in retirement? And you need to have a really good
picture, and that's a fun thing to do. Sit down with your favourite
drink and just dream. What would you like your
retirement to look like? Now, once you've done that, though,
you need to put a price tag to it. So April, could you help us with that? You do need to put an annual
price tag on that dream, Kane. And how can you do it? Well, there's three types of
ways you could actually look at finding how much you need in retirement. So, one of them might be the budget. So you're writing down,
what does electricity cost? What does my travel cost? What does my car cost? What bills am I needing to pay? Now we know, being in those seminars,
we'll have 300 people in the room and maybe about 3 people put their hands up loving that
idea with the spreadsheets.

So it's not always
the most popular one. So let's look at an easy one,
which is the two-thirds rule. So what is two-thirds rule? Basically, if you want to still
maintain the same lifestyle as you are at the moment, what you're doing is you're
looking at your current income and what is two-thirds
of your gross income. So why two-thirds? It's because the average Australian will pay
about about a third per cent in tax. Okay, so there's that two-thirds rule that might make it easier for you. But
maybe you might want a bit of guidance. And how can you actually
calculate or assume how much you might need in retirement? There's a brilliant website, it's called superguru.com.au.

And what's on that website is what's
called the ASFA Retirement Standard. So what is this? It's basically a survey that
they've gone out and surveyed our current retirees to see
how much money they're spending and what they're spending their money
on. And what you'll be able to see is a comparison between
what our current retirees consider a comfortable lifestyle
versus a modest lifestyle. And this is also assuming that
you do own your own home as well. But they'll go through things like travel,
being able to afford to have two cars, you know, being able to afford private health. So those types of questions
are answered for you. So I highly recommend going
to superguru.com.au. Now once we've got our plan,
we know how to budget, how are we going to find, Kane, if we're
on track to that ideal retirement? Okay, so great question, April.

So you've thought about what
you want to do in retirement. You've put a price tag to it,
an annual price tag to it. So then we move on to how do
you know if you're on track? A great tip here is have a look
on your superannuation website. A lot of the super funds have
some great tools or calculators on their website. It might be called a Retirement
projection calculator or Retirement income calculator, but effectively
you put in your current situation, I'm 40, I'm working, this is my
pay, this is my super balance. Then, you know, you can project ahead to see, what's my balance going to be
like when I would like to retire? So they're some great tools. Have a look on your superannuation funds' website, and, again, you can
have a look at any of the funds and see what they've got on there.

That's a really useful
tool to do yourself. And, also obviously the most accurate
way is go and get financial advice. So as I shared that story,
to open with that, if you want to know am I on track, you
can go to a financial adviser. They will find out your exact situation now and project it forward to
you with a lot more in-depth calculators and tools then what
you'll get just by yourself. So, alright, I've used the calculator,
Kane, thank you very much, but it's telling me a horrible story,
you know, I'm not on track. There might be a gap. There might be a gap. Exactly.
You might get some horrible things. So this is where you don't smash the
computer, if that's what you're using. There are lots of things you can do
and I applaud anyone that's listening, This is a really great place to start. Educate yourself. So it could be listening
to podcasts like this. It could be, again, having a look
at your superannuation website. They've often got a lot of
educational material on there.

They've got articles, they've
got short videos, some really great resources on there.
Call your super fund. No question too silly. Give your super
fund a call and ask those questions. A really great place to start as well. Also, your your fund might offer
seminars or webinars. I know that's what April and I
do for a living and we love it. That's our bread and butter. And lastly, as I've also mentioned,
you've obviously got financial advice, which is that personalised
plan for yourself. But if I've done that, April, so I've
thought about what I want to do in retirement, I've put a price
tag to it and I'm not on track. What can I do? What can you do? Yeah, exactly. So you found out this gap. How can you bridge that gap? Let's talk about growing superannuation. So we're looking at three
particular things right now. So a way to grow your
superannuation is contributions. So putting money into your
account. Now there is different types of ways you can contribute
to your superannuation. So, for example, maybe a lower income
earner might look to claim a government co-contribution, maybe a higher income
earner might look to salary sacrifice or tax deductions.

Again, something
to call the superannuation fund. There's lots of different types
of contributions you can make. Find out what one's going
to be best for yourself. So your funds in superannuation
are invested. And every dollar you earn on that investment
option is being reinvested. So it's so important to choose the
right investment option for you. And maybe that option might change over
time depending on what your objectives is. Another way to grow super is
how about we reduce costs that we pay. So ask your super fund, is there a way to reduce the
costs of my superannuation? You might be paying insurance
premiums where you may not necessarily need that insurance, but
insurances are also very important. Another question we get is when
can I access my superannuation? And I remember speaking to a lady,
I just came across her in my uniform. She was 63 years of age and she
said to me, I cannot wait to retire.

And I said to her, how come
you're not retired now? And she said, well, I can only
access my super at the age of 67. And this is where there is that real misconception with
when you can access your super. When you can access Age Pension
is either 66 or 67, depending on when you were born. Okay, that's Age Pension. Superannuation is different though.

So superannuation is when you've met your preservation age
and you've permanently retired. So your preservation age, if you're
born after the 30th of June 1964, preservation age would be 60. So if you ceased work over 60,
if you're retired over 60, another age is 65. So that's a magical age
regardless of your working arrangements. But can you access your super
if you're in between? So you're over your preservation
age, under the age of 65. Can you access some of your super? Well, yes, you can look at something that's
called a Transition to Retirement account, otherwise known as
a TTR. Now Kane, take it away. What is a Transition
to Retirement account? Okay, I might take it back a step. So a question we often get asked
is, should I fully retire just working full time then quit cold turkey,
or should I ease into retirement? And that's actually why the government created this thing
called a transition to retirement. The name gives it away. It was invented so that I don't have to keep working full time.
So say I'm doing five days a week, I might want to go down
to three days a week.

I can't live on that reduced income,
so I can access some of my super through this transition to retirement
pension to top up the income I need. So that's what the government
designed it for. It's often a great way to ease into retirement so you
get a better work-life balance. And I think that's very important
because what's often not talked about is the non-financial
side of retirement. So often my purpose, my reason to get out of bed, is my
job and that's my circle of friends. You might be surprised how much
your workmates are your friends. And when you retire, they're gone. They're gone and you don't have
a reason to get out of bed. So, maybe dropping to part-time. Then I'm starting to establish new social
groups, new routines, new habits. And I've got one foot in retirement,
one foot in the work camp. And another key thing that a transition to
retirement can play is when it comes to retiring, it
might be, you know what if I had to still work full-time,
I've got one year left in me.

I just, I can't do it anymore. But if I was able to, and again you
need your employer to agree to this, but if I was able to, say, drop
back to three days a week, I've got that work-life balance. I've got a four-day weekend,
I might find that, you know what, I enjoy that balance and I might
work another 5 or 6 years rather than just one year if I was full-time. So that can actually help you stretch your retirement money because
you're not retiring cold turkey, and just living on super. You've got a bit of income, a bit
of super, so it slows the drawdown on your superannuation. So that's another great consideration to think about with this Transition
to Retirement product. Now, if I'm going to look at a TTR and sorry if I do say TTR, we are
talking about transition to retirement, it'll just shave some time off
and stop me getting tongue tied. But there is some rules around a TTR.
So can you talk to those for us, April? Yes.

So as I mentioned before, rules
and how you can access this account is once you've met your preservation
age and you're under the age of 65. So with this Transition
to Retirement account, you can access between 4% to 10%
of your superannuation account. So what happens is you be moving
that money over to a Transition to Retirement account and then you can
opt to have how that is paid to you. So what frequency? So, for example, as Kane mentioned
there, if you're not wanting to rip the band aid off. And if you're wanting to just drop
down your hours and maybe you receive a fortnightly payment. So maybe you might opt to have
a fortnightly payment sent to you to supplement that loss of income
that you might be able to choose fortnightly, monthly, quarterly
bi-annually or annually. Now as you mentioned before there,
the Transition to Retirement was designed to kind of, as it says,
transition to retirement.

But as a former financial adviser,
Kane, I know advisers actually look to the Transition to Retirement
for another answer. So, why would you maybe
open up a Transition to Retirement account if you're
actually not transitioning? Okay, so good point you raise. So once this product was
released, so it is actually a superannuation product, but
the financial advice boffins got a hold of it and they saw
a way that they could use this in what we call a Transition to
Retirement strategy or a TTR strategy.

And effectively what you're doing
is, it works particularly well if I'm 60 or over, because when I get money out of super and
I'm 60 or over, it's tax-free income. So what are effectively a TTR strategy
is, I am salary sacrificing or making tax deductible contributions into super as much as
I can up to the limit. And then what I'm doing is I'm
starting a TTR pension with my super and replacing that with tax-free income if I'm over 60. If a TTR
strategy is set up well, I'm putting more money into
super through my salary sacrifice or pre-tax contributions than
I am pulling out through my TTR. So overall, my pot of retirement money is
growing even though I am drawing on it. So that is a rather complex reason
why people might use a TTR so they are still working full-time. I don't need extra money. I'm just looking at how can I boost
or accelerate my retirement savings. A TTR strategy could be of
interest to people out there. It is a technical one.

I do recommend do some more homework
on it and I can't stress enough, if you go and see a financial adviser, they can do all the hard work and crunch
all the numbers for you and work it out to the closest dollar for you. So just something to keep in mind with
that, and that does kind of lead me to the next one. You know, talking
about doing it yourself. But is it easy to plan
retirement yourself? Well, firstly, I think you need
to plan retirement yourself. So, as you mentioned, we'll
go right to the start of this podcast, jot down what
is your goals in retirement? What do you want your
retirement to look like? Because ultimately you're the
only person that knows that.

Now, I can also appreciate that
the people that are listening to this podcast might actually be
10, 20, 30 years off retirement. So how can you actually plan
for retirement when you may not necessarily know what you
want to do in retirement? Well, think about it this way,
it's giving yourself options. So if you become engaged with
your superannuation earlier, you might be able to retire
earlier, you might be able to do more overseas travel. And that's why it's so important
to engage with your super to give yourself those options. So once you've jot down those dreams, now you can actually go ahead
yourself and work out, you know, is there any income gaps, see
any calculators, do that. But, as you mentioned, Kane, and especially if you're looking
at the transition to retirement because they can be very confusing,
trying to explain how that works, maybe you might want to seek
some financial advice.

Okay, so contact your super fund, see
if financial advice is available for you. And education is really key, isn't it? So I'm going to get you to take us home, Kane, with the types of education
that we can help ourselves with. Thanks, April. So, look, I just want to stress, if
you're hearing some of this information for the first time, it's that age old saying – the best
time to plant a tree was a year ago. The next best time is today. So with anything that
you're learning around superannuation, it's
never too late to start. Don't ever feel like
you've missed the boat. Because even just making some last minute
small changes can still make a difference to your retirement outcome. So, I really encourage you to apply some
of the knowledge you've heard today and go and find more information. Call your super fund, jump
on their website, have a look at their resources. Listen to podcasts like this,
attend seminars, seek that financial advice appointment to get
that personalised plan for you. Well, that's about all
we have time for today.

We've got some more
Q&A sessions coming up. So if you do have any questions,
we'd love to answer them. Just shoot us an email
to [email protected]. That's [email protected]. Thank you for listening to Super
Insider and we hope you can join us again next time.
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we've been researching and living retirement for about 5 years now and we learned a lot about what works and quite frankly what doesn't work and we you know coached a lot of people and we get a lot of comments on our YouTube channel so there's a lot of people who enter this phase really unprepared and then they just wander around and end up bored and even depressed you know without the right strategies you're missing out on the joys and opportunities that retirement can offer to you so today we're going to give you the top 20 pieces of advice from ourselves but also from so many of our clients who are having a really great time in retirement that they describe as super successful and make sure you stay till the end because we're also going to throw in our top five retirement tips can't wait to get to that yeah exactly listen if you're new here I'm jod and this is my husband Mark now we don't focus on the financial aspects of retirement but really what we do focus on is lifestyle Health relation relationships and so much more we hope you like our videos and if you do please share them with someone you care about and definitely like them as you're on your way down your retirement Journey so let's talk a little bit about our journey for the last 5 years because we don't want you all to think just because we have a YouTube channel that we have it all figured out we do in many regards but I I would say the the one thing that we're doing really well is working at it we do yeah I would say that we work at it every day almost to the point where sometimes you know how you work at something so long that sometimes you're like okay I'm going to take a pause on this every once in a while I'll have to call the pause yeah and and I don't want to give away our five tips but the one thing that you and I have going for us well there's really 10 things but I only want to focus on one now is our communication yeah you know we don't always agree nor do we always get along well we always communicate yeah you know we really do give each other respect the space to have an opinion um and you know we're human beings and living together can have its challenges absolutely but we I think the big thing for us is experimenting we don't always agree we don't always get along but we always reset and regroup and what's what else am I looking to say well sometimes I think we also just do what I said just take a pause right I mean sometimes you have to just kind of step away to go back at it with fresh eyes yeah so you know we keep we do keep track of what's working and what isn't working for us and you know what worked for us for all the years that we were married that we were working may not work for us now so we've had to adapt a few things for sure you know when we were working it was I'm not going to say it was easier but there was so much going on there really was no downtime right now we have downtime and we need to make sure we're we're doing it the right way y so you might be wondering why do you even need to think this Harden retirement well we have people say that to us all the time you know you guys make it sound like it's so much work in retirement that's when you're supposed to have no work right well what we found out is our retirement other people's retirements are successful and they're happy because they spend a little bit of time working on things right now by the way we've got a whole bunch of free downloads but we're going to put a link below to one it's a health and wellness checklist we want you to get that download and use that to kind of reset your health in retirement that's really really important so let's jump into some of the best retirement advice we've heard from RE reies thus far and again stay till the end where we'll do our top five retirement tips okay first thing stay active first thing always what staying active it is it's one of our first things we always say I can't emphasize this enough now we have a new puppy who is in the background is he eating something well just a dresser no he's eating a knob on a dresser maybe you should grab him but staying active it's her uh yeah it's a her so we'll bring her up um you get to see Ruby this but uh staying Physically Active it boosts your mood it boosts your health you know walking walking walking our dog is always helpful but we're both pretty big fans of some regular type of exercise Absolut and you need to do that yep yep and you know we read a great book called outlived by Dr Peter ATA and he talks a lot about exercising being the best medicine for longevity okay you can't lick the microphone all right second thing nutrition you've really got to understand what it is that you put into your mouth you know my mom said that when I was a kid but as we get older you know there are changing nutritional needs that we need to be aware of and you got to have a good balance of fruits vegetables lean proteins and whole grains absolutely and you know you have to also stay hydrated you know you have to limit your intake of sugary or processed foods and definitely make sure that you're Consulting a nutritionist I think or a dietitian even of sorts and make it fun in the kitchen you know explore some new recipes or Cuisines to keep your meals exciting and nutritious yeah you do good with that because you're really our cook I'm really appetizers Ambiance and clean up well we've moved from Strictly meat and potatoes and gravies I I call it comfort food to more of a Mediterranean diet so we don't do much beef we do a lot of chicken we do a lot of fish having fish tonight right um a lot of vegetables and we feel better because of that the exercise and nutrition really makes us feel great absolutely so the next thing is really to just you know our retirees tell us all the time you know continuous and constant learning keeps our brains active and really keeps us sharp and keeps us young yeah and you know retirement offers you the freedom to explore new hobbies or skills or go to the library when was the last time you're in a library you know it's amazing to walk I love walking through bookstores but walk through a library is even more fun because it just massive and there's so many different sections you can get lost in there forever right and you know I think that uh local community centers like uh got down here in Florida they've got all of these nature preserves they just kind of fun to go walks Serenity walks and different things another thing that's really important and the fourth tip today is socializing you really got to make sure you're getting out and making new connections there are a lot of people in the same boat that you're in right that want to meet new people down here in Florida we're just really getting so much better at putting ourselves out there Y where you can volunteer join a club um I and it's not that hard you know I think we make socialization as we age a lot harder than it really needs to be it's like almost like we build up these walls around how am I going to get invited or who am I going to know or what am I going to say and you know really it's just a matter of putting yourself out there and being you I mean you you are very interesting and what we always tell our kids is it's important to be both interesting when you're socializing and interested so you know have your battery of questions kind of lined up that you're going to you know say to people when you're in Social settings a lot a lot of it is easier than you think so that's all about meeting new people and networking so to speak uh the other thing the fifth tip is nurturing your current relationships we get that a lot from our retirees what's that that need to do this once they are retire I mean whether it's your children or your old colleagues at work or your relatives or high school friends or college friends these are people that at one point in your life were probably pretty close to you will reach out and find out what they're doing look for them on Facebook or whatever but don't be afraid they're probably wondering if they're retired as well gosh I I wonder where my high school friends are and when you call them I guarantee you they're going to be like oh my gosh I can't believe it just called and you have the most wonderful conversation so I also think that in the nurturing relationship bucket Mark I I also think it's a time where you can really sit back and address any unresolved conflicts that you might have whether that's with family or old friends or you know old neighbors or colleagues you know it's a good time to be able to address all of that for sure okay um staying financially Savvy lot of the lot of our clients and ourselves and people leave comments that you know how much money can I spend spend should I downsize or rent when should I take Social Security or my pension you know we have a great tool that we um came in contact with through new retirement and it's actually a um a portal where you can connect all your bank accounts and it actually pulls everything and it shows how much you're spending it shows you what might happen if you downst it's a really cool too it's it's like a scenario plan yeah so we'll put that down below but these are all questions that people have you need to get the answers so either a financial planner or um your accountant or using this tool but you know having a regular budget can be helpful because you kind of know how much you can spend right um I think the other thing that we see a lot of because we get it all the time too is being really careful about scams oh I know you know this thing where people call up and say that uh it's it's an email and or they'll say is this Mark Rollins and you say yes and then they have your yes there so there's a lot of those things that are happening good financial adviser and really understanding your finances is really important okay the next thing I would say and and I didn't do this as much during my career but I've really taken this on um and with some advice from our retirees is prioritizing your mental health your mental health and wellness is so important it's critical and almost as crucial as your physical health right uhoh Ruby's getting adventurous Ruby's getting out of hand um you know meditation I talk about meditation a lot lot I talk about journeying a lot and you know five five or six years ago I started meditating and if you asked me the day before I was meditating would I ever do it I would I would have said no yeah but it really is a lifesaver now it really helps me every morning to kind of get myself set for the day journaling gets my ideas and my feelings out on a piece of paper it really has helped me tremendously be more calm and in the moment for whatever comes our way absolutely and you know what I I remember you and I remember you the day before you started and and you really that's a true statement you never would have done it if if you didn't you know kind of feel like you had to do it at that point okay the next thing I would say is um you know our retirees these days are really embracing technology you know it offers a great tool to stay connected and informed and even entertained and then there's you know the platforms like Zoom or Skype that allow you to do virtual meetups with family family members we just yesterday gave our grandson Luca his fifth birthday present oh yeah via Zoom they're in California they're in California and we're here in Florida and we had the present all set it was all ready you know we had it all kind of concealed his eyes were covered and um that was really the only way we were able to celebrate so I think it was good that we were able to do that and they're able to do it you know back with us I mean I think Luka could zoom or Skype us probably without his parents well on the way to school a lot in the morning uh Jonathan will give Luca his phone and luuka and I will have a conversation on the way to school which is fun so there's um there's a lot you can do with technology and I I find that when people are struggling with technology they're struggling with life so really investing some time and learning how to use your phone right learning how to use your computer it really is important I think the next you know the next thing our retirees tell us is you know you know travel and explore you know traveling provides such EXP exposure to new cultures you know I know we've got a safari coming up at the end of next year we're both a little nervous about um but new cultures new foods new experiences and even some local trips some stations but going to the next town over I know I had a hard time saying that the other day but the next town over can be really fun and it keeps you busy so you can plan a trip you can research trips we we've we've now seen recently there's a lot of travel agents that specialize in trips for solo not solos solo retirees or solo people individual people so you go on a vacation with 10 people who are all there on their own right and you know the travel agent does a pretty good job we hear of making sure that you're all the same um you know you're you're going to the same place for the same reason and that you'll pretty much get along so that's great so more advice from our um retirees that we've been kind of investigating and calculating this is always a favorite re-evaluate your living situation and you know what I mean by that is you know consider your proximity to you know family to friends to Health Care Facilities to your doctors to your favorite recreational areas you know re-evaluate if where you are here today is where you really want to be or need to be as you move through your retirement yeah I think that's really important because there are so many options for you today to live and again it's not just about downsizing which I think we're going to talk about in a minute but it's really where do you live and how are you living we we always talk about wanting to end up as we get older being there one of our kids and we have six it's just hard but they haven't really we're not necessarily on the same page on this one what do you mean well I mean I think it would be great but I like who do you pick how do you pick what do you do I I'm not going to say it on here but I know who I'm going to pick okay I want to be taken care of okay I know who she is oops did I say that okay so the the next thing is downsizing or rightsizing your home so this has Financial connotations but it also has a tremendous amount of um psychological stumbling blocks that you need to get over in order to even think about downsizing and the first place to start instead of just saying I don't want to talk about it with your partner you have to talk about it I think that's really the first thing we have a lot of people who are frustrated with this topic because they're spouse or partner don't want to talk about it well well the retirees that we spoke to for this video said you know this is a scary and dangerous topic right downsizing you know decluttering is a little bit easier than downsizing downsizing means you're thinking of making a big move right and if you're both not on the same page it becomes divisive so you know the retirees uh that we talked to said this is good advice to start to bring up early in your retirement really planning the seeds you know where do you stand on on this you know is simplifying something that's going to lead to less stress or are you the house that everyone comes to and and we've done and that's fine too we've done uh several videos on this topic of downsizing there's another one that says if downsizing isn't right for you some things that you can do really the process here is to simplify your life you're now in a phase of your life where you've got more free time you can travel so will Trading houses up or down make your life simple right so right and it's you know it's a therapeutic process and speaking of a therapeutic process the next thing that everyone says helps them so much is beginning the process of decluttering right and that oh my gosh we we try to declutter all the time it gives you mental Clarity it makes your home safer and there's so many emotional but what's so funny I'm laughing because if we try to declutter all the time where's the Clutter coming from I don't well yeah the first thing is to stop buying stuff right yeah exactly because you know take the Amazon app off of your phone because you know when you declutter you know and then you declutter again and again you got to start saying to yourself where is it all coming from well I I mean you can start with a closet you can start with a dresser and you know there's a lot of gems inside your closet and your dresser that other people can use if you're not using I mean if you're not if you haven't worn a c outfit for 2 years get rid of it yeah you're never going to wear it again the other thing is when you when you take a look at an item in your closet if you wouldn't buy that new today get rid of it right you know so you know you don't need your suits anymore your work clothes if you've retired so decluttering can really be fun we did we've done a lot of videos on that too you know this next um item a lot of our retirees really felt uh strongly about and and that is to document your legacy you know sharing your life stories is such a gift to all the future Generations in your world you know writing or recording or even creating digital albums you know can be great methods of documenting your legacy and this is the one thread I think that I heard that just everyone spoke about with passion there's a good friend of mine um who is a a grandmother she's got three children and five grand grandchilden and she writes a letter I think she writes two letters a year to each grandchild every year she's been doing that since the kids were born and she's telling them stories she's sharing with them a little bit about her um her preferences or political background uh you know how she feels about certain current events that are going on right now it's really going to be an amazing gift to give to these kids to be able to have a letter from their grandma mother from 20 years ago about some current event that was happening and how it's making her feel so it really is a neat project that she's done yep well you just saw Ruby or maybe you did but adopting a pet you know it gives this is controversial with retirees actually okay you know because and I didn't mean to interrupt you I know I'm going to get hit with comments on stop interrupting it's typically me that interrupts you that's what the comments say but um you know adopting a pet or rescuing a pet or somehow putting that type of love and companionship into your life gives you so much the flip side and I guess where I'd say it becomes controversial is you have to be you know ready for it you have to have you know the financial wherewithal to handle it you have to have the bandwidth to handle the training the potty training the dog walking you have to have good physical activity and if you don't it's going to help you get there but you have to be ready for it and this one just kind of was like uh probably 7 25 a was interesting for us though we've had two dogs together before we had sugar um and we had little Max and we just got the dogs and we just brought them up the way we wanted to well because we were working we were still so now we have Ruby for three days and I said to jod why don't we do this differently why don't we find some YouTube channels and learn how to really train a dog well it's actually been really exciting for us because we're learning some things we never knew right and I think it's been really helpful for us and for little Ruby and for rucious yeah so having a Pet's great it well it's works for us and again it was kind of a controversial well there is a lot of love that comes back yep and there's just a lot of anxiety that comes with the love so all right the 15th tip you could join a club or start a club right so coffee uh with uh so for a man get one buddy have coffee once once a week bringing have him bring a guest and you bring a guest get up to like 10 people and have weekly coffee tell stories I I do that all the time and I love it so it's it's a really fun way to well let me say this it's important Jody and I have a business we're married we have kids we do a lot together but we do a fair amount apart too so I think that for everyone in retirement if you're solo you're solo but if you're a couple you got to have your own stuff yeah you got to have your own club you got to have your own group yep um you know the next thing is to seek out mentorship opportunities you know um again our retirees had a wealth of professional and life experiences and there's so much that they could share with younger Generations that they would engage in really meaningful guided conversations that helped build multigenerational connections for them and again they got pretty charged up about seek seeking out these opportunities you know Mark and I did that at the University of Hartford in one of the business classes where we kind of did a guest professorship for a day and then we actually took applications for um for students to mentor and it was a really fun year for us well the thing there's a couple things that happen first of all you're helping someone else but you feel fulfilled you know you feel like you have a sense of purpose uh by guiding others and the other thing is I'm going to go guide is get getting mentored by someone who's younger than you I mean I have two mentors we kind of Mentor each other one is my son and one is another young professional that I know but but I actually can learn a lot from them they have a different outlook on business they have a different outlook on life and it really has been helpful to me for sure so that that's been fun yeah it has sorry I had to step away um this was I thought an interesting one and this came from a a a pocket of our um friends and retirees that wanted to engage in artistic Pursuits um I would put myself in this area I haven't done it yet but exploring different art forums and painting and pottery you know our neighbor across the street Jen she does that every year whenever she gets down to Florida she joins last last year was Pottery this year it's painting drawing it's drawing drawing she joins um art classes and workshops and goes to the local community center and she loves it and that's something I think I would like to do cuz I don't do much for my artistic side but it gives you also um uh Arts a form of expression and emotional release and if you're into that at all it really is kind of fun to do that I mean this in a way what we're doing is Artistic Pursuits I mean we're shooting video and we're you know um you know building a little business but it it's uh it's fun I would I wouldn't say it's a hobby but we've had to learn so much so it's been kind of cool y on the other thing and we just did a Facebook live on this yesterday is um staying updated with current events you know we we did a a Facebook live yesterday in our in our community uh do you consume the news or is the news consuming you right so really finding a way to get good solid news we think is important I mean trying to find reputable news sources or magazines is really helpful versus getting caught up in what everyone calls the fake news if you will but you know uh get involved with Community discussions or forums talk to friends don't be so judgmental when someone has a certain opinion on a news article but really finding a balance there because it is important to stay up to date it is I believe it really is important to stay up to date but like you said it's also can be all consuming we do have some retirees that watch the news Chann channels and you can watch the news channels now 24 hours a day so uh we do have some folks that are doing that which isn't probably the healthiest the next one is well before you do that one of the what's that I interrupted you I get a good comment um we stepped away we have stepped away from watching the news in a in a big way so we'll watch the evening news for I don't know 35 minutes we watch some things on um well Evan your daughter told us to watch NPR well listen that's a podcast it's a podcast so we we we get some news that way but um staying informed about local events or Community changes we kind of stepped away from that we jumped back in you found out about this great concert taking place and then you signed up for it and it was full yeah I mean literally the day I saw it which means it probably was out there before yeah so I think the whole idea of current events is really important things happening in your community so I didn't mean to interrupt you but I didn't want to forget that okay I think the next thing that we heard a lot about from everybody was planning regular family events or Gatherings you know now you have the time to organize events and birthdays and anniversaries and really start to create traditional Traditions like annual family picnics or you know um different things you could do with grandchildren either in groups or select one at a time I mean that's really something fun that you can um really jump into I think yeah we have Thanksgiving um in Florida this Thanksgiving couple weeks couple weeks and we've got five of our six kids coming with their partners and um the grandkids are not going to make it but we can't wait for that and we make it special and we make it a lot of fun and they all have their favorite food here and little gifts and we take a lot of pictures so that we can have really good memories for um for the future um you know investing in self-care is really really important a lot of people don't take time to do that you what it shouldn't have been number 20 it shouldn't have been last no it shouldn't it really shouldn't because now is the time you can dedicate for relaxation and meditation and deep breathing and different things like that if you can afford to get a massage once in a while um you know do yoga on the beach you got to get your health checkups I I know I um I think we'll leave a link below we have a a free yeah Health checkup worksheet is really great so you can download that we'll put that in the comments below but you know you want to engage in activities that stimulate your mind puzzles games right you have to get adequate sleep and rest we have the aura ring so we track our sleep the first thing we talk about in the morning is well just how you do what are your numbers you guys have been patient our top five retirement tips number one you have to have a plan y you need a short long-term plan you need 5 10 15 20 years or more out you know my my plan is to be physically independent at the age of 90 you You' heard me say that before so that is what drives me to get up and exercise every single day and we start each day with a plan that's a good segue to the second big tip exercise exercise exercise exercise exercise it's the number one thing that we can do for ourselves to be healthy and if you're not exercising now keep it simple walk out the front door walk 10 minutes one way and come back and do that for 5 days and then go 15 minutes and then do 20 minutes for a week so you got to do that the third top tip is you've got to build a community of people you've whether it's your family you reach out to whether it's Friends new friends neighbors re-engaging with old work friends number three is you've got to build community and the fourth tip would be healthy habits really review your habits you know think about can you limit your alcohol can you stop any bad habits I mean you stopped cigar smoking you pretty much eliminated chocolate chip cookies pretty much eliminated what do you mean pretty much you bought them yesterday and I haven't had one yet and you're going to throw them out I'm having them and you know keeping ahead of better nutrition you know eliminating your bad foods and making sure you're eating what makes you feel good I was thinking about this this morning healthy habits or food alcohol whatever it is I drink very little now so if you can try going for two weeks let's just say two weeks no alcohol uh change your nutritions try to eat healthy try to get good sleep it's amazing how much sleep you can get when you don't have any alcohol yes try it for two weeks see how you feel just see if you feel any different because that's what's happened to me if I have a glass of wine I feel like crap the next day I've gotten so used to not having one glass yeah yeah but but anyway all right the the fifth thing is to give back you know volunteer start or get a dog Ruby really like that one volunteer or start a company you know during our career we got fulfillment out of our job but volunteering is a great way to replace that right um and if you're married in a relationship have fun have fun with each other look how much fun we're having and doing this right sorry about flexible with each other you know she's brand new we run into trouble here at times together as a couple but try to find ways to have fun yes some of this was ser ious and it can affect your quality of life and other things are just downright important but all of it is to make this next phase of Life exciting and fun so we hope you enjoyed this and if you did this next video top tips for living longer in retirement on that video we talk not only about living longer but almost as important as living healthier so watch this one next

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SO THERE YOU SEE SUPPLY AND DEMAND AT WORK WITH INFLATION AT A HISTORIC HIGHS IN THE STOCK MARKET CHOPPY, OUR NEXT GUEST SAYS THE NUMBER ONE INVESTMENT RIGHT NOW IS I-BONDS HERE TO EXPLAIN IS A PERSONAL FINANCE POWER PLAYER AND OUR DEAR FRIEND SUZE ORMAN HOST OF THE WOMEN AND MONEY PODCAST. SHE IS ALSO CO-FOUNDER OF THE EMERGENCY SAVINGS FIRM SECURE SAVE SUZE, IT IS ALWAYS GREAT TO SEE YOU. WELCOME. GOOD TO HAVE YOU BACK WITH US. LET'S TALK ABOUT THE I-BONDS WHICH I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT, BUTMY NEPHEW-IN-LAW SAID YOU HAVE TO GET THESE I-BONDS. EXPLAIN TO ME WHAT THEY ARE, HOW THEY WORK, HOW I BUY THEM AND FROM WHOM. >> NOW SO YOU BUY THEM FROM THE TREASURY, DIRECTLY FROM THEM SO YOU GO FROM TREASURYDIRECT.GOV IT IS THE ONLY PLACE THAT YOU CAN BUY THEM, NUMBER ONE THEY RANGE IN PRICE.

YOU CAN INVEST FROM $25 ALL OF THE WAY UP TO A MAXIMUM PER PERSON OF $10,000, ALTHOUGH THERE ARE WAYS TO DO IT WHERE YOU CAN PUT IN UP TO 30,000 IF YOU HAVE A TRUST AND/OR A BUSINESS WHEN YOU INVEST IN AN I-BOND, I STANDS FOR INFLATION, YOU HAVE GOT TO MAKE SURE THAT FOR ONE YEAR YOU DO NOT NEED YOUR MONEY AND THE REASON IS FROM THE TIME YOU PUT IT IN TO ONE YEAR YOU CANNOT TOUCH IT. FROM YEAR TWO TO FIVE THERE IS ONLY A THREE-MONTH INTEREST PENALTY. THAT IS HOW THEY WORK. THEY ARE ATTACHED TO CPI SO RIGHT NOW WHEN THEY ANNOUNCED IN MAY, THE CPI THE YIELD ON THE SERIES I BONDS WERE GUARANTEED AND ANNUALIZED AND IT'S GUARANTEED TO YOU SO THEY CHANGE EVERY SIX MONTHS THE INTEREST RATE CHANGES EVERY MAY AND NOVEMBER SO FROM MAY UNTIL NOVEMBER EVERYBODY WHO BUYS ONE RIGHT NOW WILL BE GUARANTEED AN ANNUALIZED YIELD OF 9.62% STATE INCOME TAX-FREE OBVIOUSLY YOU'RE ONLY GOING TO GET THAT FOR SIX MONTH, BUT THAT'S STILL 4.81% ON YOUR MONEY.

WHEN THEY RESET COME NOVEMBER, LET'S SAY THEY RESET EVEN LOWER. LET'S SAY THEY RESET AT 7.11 WHICH IS WHAT THEY WERE PAYING BEFORE THEY RAISED TO 9.62, YOU ARE GUARANTEED THAT FOR THE NEXT SIX MONTHS ON AN ANNUALIZED YIELD SO THAT'S, LIKE, 3.56%, HALF OF THAT FOR SIX MONTH BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE GUARANTEED SO FOR THE YEAR IT'S 8.37% THAT'S ESSENTIALLY HOW THEY WORK THEY'RE FABULOUS THEIR MATURITIES ARE FOR — GO ON >> I DON'T MEAN TO INTERRUPT YOU, BUT I WANTED TO ASK YOU THOSE NUMBERS THAT YOU JUST — AND I GET IT, YOU EXPLAINED IT PERFECTLY.

THEY RESET EVERY SIX MONTHS AND ARE YOU GUARANTEED UNDER THIS PROGRAM TO MAKE A YIELD IF YOU HOLD THE BONDS THAT IS ABOVE THE THEN-PREVAILING RATE OF INFLATION? >> SO WHAT HAPPENS IS YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED, AND WHAT'S SO GREAT IS THAT THE ONLY WAY A FINANCE PERSON CAN EVER USE THE WORD GUARANTEE SIDE USUALLY WITH A TREASURY INSTRUMENT BECAUSE IT'S GUARANTEED BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT NO COMMISSIONS OR ANYTHING SO ONCE THEY DECLARE THAT RATE ON MAY 1st AND NOVEMBER 1st YOU ARE GUARANTEED FOR WHENEVER YOU BUY IT BETWEEN THOSE PERIODS, FOR SIX MONTHS YOU ARE GUARANTEE THE RATE THAT THEY DECLARED. AGAIN, THAT'S AN ANNUALIZED YIELD, SO IT'S ONLY REALLY GUARANTEED FOR SIX MONTHS UNTIL THEY RESET YOU KNOW, TYLER, I GAVE A MASTER CLASS ON THIS ON THE WOMEN AND MONEY PODCAST ON THE APRIL 17th EDITION OF IT.

EVERYBODY SHOULD LISTEN TO IT BECAUSE IT TELLS YOU ALL THE INs AND OUTs, EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS IS AN INVESTMENT. I'VE BEEN DOING THESE SINCE 2001 >> THIS DOES MAKE AN AWFUL LOT OF SENSE YOU EXPLAINED IT VERY WELL IN YOUR FIRST ANSWER IN TALKING ABOUT THE 9.6% RATE. WE UNDERSTAND THAT THAT DOES CLEAR THE LEVEL OF INFLATION, BUT IF INFLATION IS SOMETHING LIKE 8.6%, AREN'T YOU MORE OR LESS JUST PROTECTING THE VALUE OF YOUR MONEY RATHER THAN REALLY GROWING IT EVEN IF INFLATION IS ONLY APERCENT LESS THAN WHAT YOU'RE MAKING. >> COURTNEY, YOU GOT THAT RIGHT, BUT DON'T YOU WANT IN MARKETS LIKE THIS TO HAVE A POSITION OF YOUR MONEY ABSOLUTELY RO TEKTED? WHERE ARE YOUGOING TO GO YOU CAN'T GO TO REGULAR BONDS, BECAUSE BONDS IF YOU ADOPTED IN BOND FUNDS FOR GROWTH, YOU'RE DOWN 10% OR 15%. YOU'RE DOWN SIGNIFICANTLY IN THE STOCK MARKET THERE HAS GOT TO BE A PORTION OF YOUR MONEY, WHATEVER THAT IS THAT YOU WANT PROTECTED, YOU WANT ESSENTIALLY IN CASH AT LEAST WHERE IT'S KEEPING UP WITH INFLATION WHICH IS EXACTLY WHAT THIS WILL DO VERSUS YOU'RE IN A MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT OR A CD OR WHATEVER IT IS AND YOU'RE GETTING 3% WHERE YOU'RE LOSING MONEY.

SO THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO PUT YOUR — YOU MENTIONED AFTER FIVE YEARS, YOU MENTIONED 27 YEAR IS PUT FOR 30 YEARS >> I SEE, AND YOU CAN REDEEM THEM ANY TIME AFTER THE FIRST YEAR FROM THE YEAR TWO THROUGH FIVE THERE IS A THREE-MONTH INTEREST PENALTY AFTER THE FIFTH YEAR YOU CAN REDEEM ANY — YOU CAN REDEEM ANY TIME. >> WITHOUT ANY PEVNALTIES WHEN S EVER REALLY, ESSENTIALLY.

SO YOU'RE IN THERE FOR A YEAR AND YOU REDEEM AFTER THAT, BIG DEAL. >> FINAL QUESTION WHICH COURTNEY TOUCHED ON AND THAT IS THAT THIS IS FOR A PORTION OF YOUR MONEY, IDEALLY MONEY YOU DON'T NEED TO TOUCH. IN SOME WAYS LIKE STOCKS, BUT YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THERE IS WITH THIS KIND OF SAFETY MONEY AN OPPORTUNITY COST WHICH IS TO SAY IT'S NOT GOING TO BE YOUR GROWTH MONEY THE STOCK MARKET MIGHT RETURN YOU OVER THE FIVE YEARS OR THE TEN YEARS YOU HOLD THIS BOND MUCH MORE THAN 8%, 9%, A LITTLE ABOVE INFLATION, RIGHT YOUR GROWTH MONEY IS A DIFFERENT THING.

>> ABSOLUTELY. YOU HAVE GROWTH MONEY. YOU HAVE EMERGENCY SAVINGS ACCOUNT MONEY THAT WOULD NEVER GO INTO SOMETHING LIKE THIS BECAUSE YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO LOCK THAT UP FOR A YEAR, BUT YOU DO HAVE A PORTION OF YOUR MONEY THAT YOU WANT RIGHT NOW SAFE AND SOUTHBOUND BECAUSE EVERYBODY IS SO FREAKED, AND AT THESE INTEREST RATES, IF INFLATION CONTINUES THESE ARE A BIG WINNER BIG, BIG, BIG. >> WHAT'S THE PODCAST AGAIN, GO BACK.

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President Biden just signed a 1.7 trillion dollar government spending bill on December 29th which includes the 53 billion retirement bill that will have a lot of changes starting in 2023 24 and 25. a few weeks ago I did a video on the new 401K perks and Rule changes this video is to focus on the withdrawal rule changes for tax penalties for your IRA and 401K generally speaking if you touch your retirement before you turn 59 and a half there will be a 10 tax penalty and there are already exceptions to the 401k or IRA 10 penalty rule If you experience a significant life event but there are four new rules that I want to make sure that you're aware of however unless it is a matter of life and death I would never recommend or encourage you to make an early withdrawal from your retirement accounts taking money out of your retirement accounts should be your very last resort my wife and I have a fully funded emergency fund that will cover at least six months of expenses if one of us loses job becomes physically incapacitated or has any significant life event and we will always deplete our cash and investment accounts before we touch our retirement accounts because every dollar I withdrawal now will have severe consequences and possibly even delay my retirement but I want I want to make sure you guys are aware of the rule changes so you can educate yourselves about your retirement accounts but anyway I'm gonna put chapters in this video so you can feel free to jump into the video that applies to your financial situation and if you need help with your personal finances like creating a budget or savings plan to achieve your financial Independence you can't schedule a free one-on-one 20-minute Financial coaching session by visiting fivestarchy.com coaching the first provision that got added under secure act 2.0 was a terminal illness and it surprises me that it took Congress this long to waive the 10 penalty for people with terminal illnesses the law defines terminally ill as an illness or physical condition that can be be expected to result in death within 84 months of a doctor's assessment which will be substituted for 24 months so if you haven't reached the regular retirement age of 59 and a half and you're diagnosed with a terminal illness with a qualified physician then the IRS will forgive the 10 penalty but you'll still owe federal and state income taxes this is on page 2280 of the 4100 page Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023 the next provision they added was to allow domestic abuse victims from a spouse or domestic partner to withdraw up to ten thousand dollars in retirement funds within a year of the incident this rule will take effect in 2024 and I'm not sure why we can't start this now but this is on page 2253 of the spending bill in section 314.

It's up to ten thousand dollars or fifty percent of the present value of the non-forfeitable accrued benefit of the employee under the plan and the one-year period begins on any date on which the individual is a victim of domestic abuse by a spouse or domestic partner the definition of domestic abuse is on page 2254 under subparagraph two now I've seen comments in the in a past video about how stay home spouses or parents can't have any retirement funds as a stay-at-home parent or spouse you can actually set up what's called a spousal Roth IRA if you and your spouse are filing your taxes jointly I did a video on that and I encourage you to share that video with people you know and look if you're a victim of domestic violence or abuse please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 people who have physically abuse their spouses or partners are some of the biggest pieces of crap or just scums and I witnessed domestic abuse as a child growing up and no one ever deserves to be abused and you should never be responsible for your partner or spouse's abuse of actions let me move on to the next topic before I get all spun up the next two Provisions are pretty much the same but starting in 2024 you won't get penalized with joining retirement funds for certain emergency expenses and these emergency expenses must be considered unforeseeable or immediate costs related to personal or family emergencies you can withdraw up to one thousand dollars a year and I mentioned that in the 401K video but you're going to be waived to 10 penalty as well you still have to repay the initial distribution of one thousand dollars within three years unless you make regular contributions to your 401k that eventually reach your withdrawal amount and the other one is allowing Americans to withdraw up to twenty two thousand dollars without the 10 penalty in the case of a federally declared disaster so hopefully you don't have to go through this but if you ever experience a loss of Home due to a tornado hurricane or earthquake and need more than what you you're having your emergency fund the 22 000 is taxed as gross income over the next three years instead of one year so instead of being taxed twenty two thousand dollars you could be taxed for just seventy seven thousand three hundred every year for the next three years starting on page uh 2285 of the spending bill it tells you that it needs to be a federally declared disaster so if you had a flood like I did last year for my broken toilet bowl you're not going to be qualified for the special distribution so we came home from a four day vacation to a flood at home because our toilet bowl cracked right down the middle and I will show you the video right here and it took us about four months to completely replace the flooring drywalls and painting and this is why I strongly encourage you to get my financial Independence resources including spreadsheets for savings and Investments for absolutely free by visiting.com contact you can also check out the fire such as shop if you're looking to start your own YouTube channel and I have all of my books and equipment at 5 shopping and here are the existing exceptions to the 10 penalty for those under the age of 59 and a half the first one is using your IRA for higher education expenses the IRS will actually waive your 10 penalty uh if you use your IRA funds to pay qualifying higher education costs for you your spouse your children or even your grandchildren the eligible cost will include tuition fees books and other school or education related expenses and keep in mind that this is for students in a college University or Vocational School in my opinion you should not use your IRA to fund your you or your children's education who have the 529 College savings plan to do exactly that you should treat your IRA as your retirement account right just remember that your children's College will last four years but your retirement is forever the next one is the first time home buyer exemption with your IRA and the definition of a first-time homebuyer is actually someone who hasn't owned a home in the last two tax years you can withdraw up to a lifetime maximum of ten thousand dollars without the ten percent penalty from your IRA and according to the IRS you have to use ten thousand dollars within 120 days of the distribution you can use the money for yourself your spouse or your child if you and your spouse are both first-time homebuyers you can each withdraw up to ten thousand dollars from your IRAs without penalties my advice is not to use your IRA to buy a home because once again you could significantly delay your retirement if you withdraw that ten thousand dollars now the better question is how long will it take you for you to save ten thousand dollars in a high yield savings account the next existing provision is to use your IRA to pay for your health insurance premiums if you lose your job and you have to provide proof of unemployment compensation from the federal or state unemployment program for 12 consecutive weeks you owe also have to make the IRA withdrawal without the 10 penalty within the same year or the following year that you received unemployment compensation and the other waiver is a distribution to cover your medical expenses we all know how broken the U.S Health Care system is but you can't withdraw up to 7.5 percent of your annual adjusted gross income to pay for your unreimbursed medical expenses so for example if you your adjusted gross income was one hundred thousand dollars in 2022 then you can make a withdrawal of up to 7500 to cover your unreimbursed medical expenses if you got your medical statement in 2022 and you didn't make the payment until 2023 it will still count for the 2022 tax year so I just want to make sure you're aware of that the IRA withdrawal will also have to happen in the same year in 2022 to get the penalty waiver and if you just had a baby or adopted a child each parent can actually use up to five thousand dollars per birth or adoption from their retirement accounts the withdrawal just has to be the same year your child was born or the date you legally adopted your child and and the other provision that's been around for a while is waving a 10 penalty for reservists who got orders or called into active duty for at least 180 days if you need to make a withdrawal for some reason you have to provide proof of your military orders and make sure the withdrawal day happens on or after the first date of your orders let me know in the comment section down below if you are a veteran I'm an Air Force veteran myself and I've helped many veterans get out of debt budget and save for their future if you ever have any questions you can always hit me up on Instagram and just say hi on Instagram or go to Fireside chat.com contact to schedule a one-time private coaching session for completely free but if you want to just stay on YouTube and you want to watch more videos about the new 401K rules and how I'm saving to retire early by age 45 be sure to check out these two videos so with that said I appreciate you watch my video don't forget to subscribe and I hope to see you in the next video have a good one [Music] thank you

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millions of people when it comes to getting out   of debt when it comes to understanding money on a 
very basic level uh in a better way the challenge   is what has happened is Dave has helped millions 
of people get out of debt and in that process he's   built a lot of trust up with that people and so 
then therefore they start listening to him for   retirement advice for planning for the retirement 
future and in this video what I'm going to do is   I'm going to cover the flaw the major flaw that 
is in Dave Ramsey's retirement strategies I'm   not gonna argue whether he's right or wrong 
about returns but I am going to point out the   massive flaw that most people are missing that 
he never talks about can't wait to get into it   if you haven't already make sure you subscribe and 
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on cash flow hackers it's Chris with life 180.   if you've been watching this channel a while you 
know how I feel about Dave Ramsey um but I want   to kind of take the conversation about Dave to 
a little bit of a different level in this video   um here's the deal Dave is really good when it 
helps you when it comes to helping you get out   of debt but his advice on retirement planning 
is is absolutely in my opinion atrocious one of   the biggest challenges that I have about Dave and 
his strategies is that he's been singing the same   song for 30 years right he has not changed his 
philosophies his strategies he hasn't really even   changed the numbers that he uses when it comes to 
retirement planning and the expectations that you   should have around your entire your retirement 
planning even though the economic environment   has changed metamorphically right so if you 
understand that there are variables that impact   your money and impact what you can expect in 
retirement you have to understand that there are   no simple rules that Dave tries to tell you like 
Dave tries to tell you to follow to execute now   I will say um that you know the advice Dave gives 
is like it's better than nothing like that I will   say it's better than doing nothing and it's better 
than what most people do but I also believe that   it's it's a problem that if you follow his advice 
expecting a certain result and then you get to the   end of the rainbow and there's no pot of gold and 
you're actually not anywhere near you where you   thought you'd be that's going to be a problem once 
again we're not talking about the debt elimination   stuff we're talking about which by the way is a 
phenomenal thing to understand that and get out   of debt like so from that perspective I applaud 
him now moving forward when we're talking about   wealth creation that's where he falls down when 
it comes to retirement planning what I did is I   built a spreadsheet because I think numbers say 
a million words spreadsheet you know we can go   through this and what I'm going to do is I'm going 
to share this so here's what I wanted to do here   I wanted to take a look at a household income 
of about a hundred thousand dollars in today's   money I want to save 15 of that income annually 
I'm going to assume an expected return of 10 per   year okay so what this does is like Dave is going 
to sit here and talk about the fact that you need   to save money based on retirement you need to to 
Target retirement account values based on your   hundred thousand dollars a year of income the 
challenge is Dave doesn't take into this into   account when he's ever talking about it I don't 
know why either I don't know why if he if he   thinks people just aren't smart enough to figure 
it out but to me this is just basic Financial   stuff that you need to know the understanding 
of you need to understand to be able to make an   educated decision if you don't understand how in 
inflation impacts your financial needs long term   you're never going to be able to make a good 
financial decision and especially that we're   in this environment right now where inflation is 
4.9 percent last year it was over nine percent   long term since 1971 inflation has been over 
four percent actually nearing four and a half   percent so like from that perspective looking at 
it from a long-term historical average this 4.9   inflation environment that we're in right now that 
everybody's freaking out about is not even high   it's just a little bit above average now a lot of 
people would argue that inflation is actually way   worse than what we're talking about right now 
because the actual impact on the calculation of   inflation uh the the impact is is much greater and 
worse on individual households uh than what the   calculation says because they've actually changed 
the calculation over the past 40 years on how they   determine the inflation numbers which to me is 
Criminal on its own but here's the deal we have uh   we have the hundred thousand dollars of income so 
what I have over here is I have um the retirement   account balance needed to live with a four percent 
rule so if you don't know what the four percent   rule is it's the rule of thumb that says you can 
distribute four percent of your retirement account   value and not run a significant risk of running 
out of money during your lifetime so that is like   the safe distribution calculation expectation so 
what this is showing is that if you had a hundred   thousand dollars of income you need 2.6 million 
dollars um actually it's a hundred four thousand I   didn't do it for year one if you get to year two 
and um you know your real need on four percent   inflation is going to be a hundred four thousand 
because your cost of living with inflation going   up it means you're going to need more money 
it needs your hundred four thousand dollars   next year with four percent inflation is gonna 
feel like a hundred thousand dollars of income   Fields today the challenge is household income 
historically is only going up in about three   percent so it's lagging actual inflation and this 
is why the middle class and the poor are getting   poor and there's this growing divide between the 
wealthy and the middle class it's not so much   other economic policies even though that has a 
play with it long-term inflation is the greatest   tax that is hidden to the American population and 
it has a hugely negative impact uh on the middle   class and lower class the most right so ultimately 
this column is what I would call your freedom   number your freedom number is simply the amount 
of money that you need in an account to be able   to retire to be able to be completely financially 
free and so right now use using traditional four   percent rule methodology and now I'm not taking 
into account Social Security or pension or   anything of that nature so if in fact you did 
have a pension if in fact you want to lean on   social security for any reason you'd have to look 
at your calculation and reduce those off of this   number and then you divide that by four percent 
and that will give you uh this number so if you   said let's say you had fifty four thousand dollars 
of pension and social security you'd subtract that   out that'd be fifty thousand divided by uh divided 
by the uh four percent and that would get you what   your uh Freedom number would be it would tell you 
how much money you need in that account to be able   to kick off passive income for you for the rest 
of your life now here's the challenge as I said   household income is only going up at three percent 
and Dave is saying hey you need to save 15 even if   we earn 10 which is by the way wildly unrealistic 
right I'm showing this at at 10 and it shows you   at 6.561 million here but really that's because 
of the fact that it's assuming that you're going   to have a 281 thousand dollar uh need for annual 
income now here's the deal your income is going   up at three percent per year that 283 35 years 
from now because I'm assuming it's a 35 year old   retiring at 65.

Dave doesn't talk about the fact 
that if you earn 100 Grand right now you're going   to need 281 to be able to maintain your standard 
of living that's not 281 000 in today's money   that's 281 000 in future money right I just did 
a video the other day talking about uh inflation   and the inflation crisis and ultimately how that's 
going to impact you um and and how that's like the   history of this inflation and and where it looks 
what it looks like moving forward into the future   um but this 281 by the way is assuming only 
a three percent increase at a four percent   historical average of inflation if we look at 
it that way you're going to actually need 394   000 and if you back that out you're going to need 
9 million 865 000 and the problem is all of your   Social Security cost of living adjustments cost 
of living increases they don't keep up with the   actual rate of inflation so the need for you 
to take more responsibility for your retirement   planning is becoming greater and greater and 
greater and as as inflation keeps going up this is   a way if you think about it from a social security 
perspective this is a way that the government's   able to kind of save Social Security if they 
can inflate the currency of four percent and   devalue the currency but then only give you cost 
of living adjustments at two percent that means   they're recapturing that money and saving the 
program simply by the way they're doing that but   ultimately they're stealing that money from you 
through a hidden tax the problem is Dave doesn't   talk about all this and what he does is he talks 
about your need for this money he talks about   saving a million dollars and I got news for you 
you could save three million dollars and if you   get to uh retirement and you have three million 
dollars but you need to live on 281 000 a year   you are going to be up the creek without a paddle 
you're not going to be prepared and you're not   going to be in a position um you know ultimately 
where you're you know going to be able to uh   have a a solid situation you know that's that's 
really what it comes down to you're not going   to have any kind of predictable income you're not 
going to have any stability uh you know and you're   ultimately going to have a lot of risk especially 
when it comes to Market risk sequence of return   risk and and just Market volatility risk when 
it comes to your retirement if you if you follow   his plan you're going to be under saved when it 
comes to retirement simply because you didn't give   enough credibility to the impact that inflation 
is going to have on your future needs because   think about it this way everything I just showed 
you was a 10 assumption I could show you a lot of   ways that 10 is completely unrealistic especially 
when you talk about actual real returns I would   say six to eight percent is is the more realistic 
expectation and even then there's some risk   involved right so if we if we back that out what 
what that would look like at even eight percent   which is I think the more I guess traditional 
method that most financial advisors would say   you could get from a long-term perspective if 
you look at eight percent you're only going to   have just over four million dollars that's about 
at retirement 35 years from now for a 30 year old   right when you hit 65 so in that scenario you're 
still looking at only accumulating about half of   the money that you're going to need just to 
maintain your standard of living I don't care   how much you have in Social Security or pension 
it's probably not going to make up that Gap   and you're going to have to take a reduction in 
standard of living even if you follow his advice   and have no car payment and have no mortgage or 
anything like that it that that doesn't matter   that that's not gonna make up for the Gap that in 
inflation has caused for a problem for you and so   that's something that you need to consider so my 
encouragement to you is to go through your plan   figure out what inflation is going to do to your 
retirement planning needs and if you want help   with this I've got a team I've got a certified 
financial planner on the team that's happy to walk   through this give you a consultation walk through 
your needs walk through your current plan and and   give you an analysis and an evaluation on what you 
need to do moving forward to reach your goals on   a predictable basis one of the things I always 
ask I always ask people four questions first and   foremost doing what you're currently doing do you 
know what rate of return your money needs to earn   to be able to retire when you want and guarantee 
your standard of living for the rest of your life   if you don't know the answer to that question then 
everything else is going to blow up you can't plan   accordingly if you don't know the answer to 
that question second question is if you if you   don't know that number the question is do you know 
how much more money you have to save to be able   to retire at your desired standard of living and 
be able to retire when you want and if you don't   know the answer to that which most people don't 
I've literally met one person in my life that   actually knew those numbers ahead of time then 
you start backing it out and go okay how much   longer are you going to have to work if you get 
to retirement age and you haven't met that and you   still need to work well a lot of people they have 
to work an extra decade just to make it make ends   meet right people are thinking they're going to be 
able to retire at 65 but they have to work till 75   or 77 or 78 it's it's really just a sad situation 
but then the challenges our health a lot of times   sometimes sadly unfortunately fails on us we don't 
when you hit 65 there's no there's no promises   there's no guarantees heck there's no guarantees 
anyway but especially when you hit 65 our health   starts to fail like and for most Americans most 
people in this world Health starts to decline at   least and there's start to be different needs our 
bodies break down maybe your body isn't going to   be as capable of doing the job that you did for 
all those years to earn your income and so now   you have to start being like even if I wanted to 
keep working what is my real earning potential am   I really going to keep being able to do that or 
if I get sick what kind of reduction in standard   of living am I going to have to take just to be 
able to last the rest of my life and not run out   of money right and so these are the things that 
you need to consider if you haven't already like   I would encourage you to really do a deep dive 
because my favorite favorite quote in the world   I think and it's kind of tongue-in-cheek but just 
because the ostrich buries his head in the sand   doesn't mean the Lion's Den or plans have changed 
right this this is your problem this retirement   thing is a real problem it's a it's a thing that 
you need to figure out a solution to and you need   to create a plan for as good as Dave is at helping 
you get out of debt he's not great at helping   you plan for your future um and and his his 
information while it seems great because it's kind   of geared towards the masses it's actually in my 
opinion it's it's super detrimental to most people   that are listening to them because you're going to 
get to the end of the rainbow there's a going to   be no pot of gold you're going to find out you got 
to work longer if you're healthy enough to do so   or you're going to have to reduce your standard 
of living because you didn't take some of these   variables into consideration so anyway hopefully 
you found value in that if you did please like it   share it get it out there to people subscribe 
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Transcriber: Annet Johnson
Reviewer: gaith Takrity Do you ever dream of retirement? What’s your retirement dream? Is it pure bliss and relaxation? Can you almost feel that warm wind? Taste those fruity umbrella drinks? Lounging by the pool, endless games of golf,
walking on the beach? I’ve always loved vacations, haven’t you? So I think we’re really going to love
this constant vacation space in retirement too, right? It actually reminds me of a couple I know. Let’s call them, “Jeff and Jenny.” They’ve dreamt of retirement for years. Jeff had worked at the same company
for over 30 years. He knew everybody. He was the life of the place. And Jenny, she’d often worked two jobs
so they’d have enough.

They finally did. They moved to sunny Florida, of course. But something strange started to happen. Jeff seemed lost, lonely. They started to nip at each other. They started to quarrel. And Jenny, although she was
beginning to make community, really didn’t like to golf. She’d never been that sporty. She missed her long-time book club. She missed her best friends, her kids, her soon-to-be grandchild. What was going on? Had they not done everything right? They’d moved to sunny Florida. They’d worked with
a smart financial advisor. They’d saved enough. I ask you, if this is the dream vision
for retirement – You see it in the adverts. Why is it that so many are
dissatisfied at this age? Why is it that depression
increases by 40%? Why is it [that] substance abuse,
divorce rates are climbing? Why is everyone lonely? And people’s self-worth is low? Surely we can do better than this. Look, I’ve spent many years consulting and coaching and researching
the ideas, tools, and frameworks that best support us
during times of transition, like retirement. Look, I’m not here to tell you
whether you should or shouldn’t retire, because maybe you should
or maybe you shouldn’t.

It is up to you to design and discover. But I do want to share with you
what I know about these life changes, these life quakes, these life disruptors so we don’t end up
in a situation like Jeff and Jenny. Look, we know that transitions
are a regular part of life. They can be trying and triumphant. They can be predictable and unpredictable because life often
doesn’t follow a straight line. But my research and others’ shows us
that if we bring our intention and attention to them,
we can improve our well-being. And we can improve our well-being
in retirement too. I like to think of it as an ROI,
a return on investment. But this time for our well-being. Think of it as the “ROI”
beyond our bank account, an investment portfolio
in human flourishing, your flourishing in retirement. Where “R” is where we reframe
our current definition of retirement. “O” is where we optimize
the well-being in retirement.

And “I” is where we ignite
our way forward. So let’s “ROI,” Reframe, Optimize,
and Ignite, your retirement. Let’s start with “R”: reframe. Let’s reframe your current
definition of retirement. Look, even the word retirement
sends shivers down my spine. I really don’t like that word much. And when I look up the word “retire”
in a thesaurus, I see the strangest words: retreat, remove, exit, my personal favorite, “go to bed.” And, although I get it – It is very, very tempting
to go to bed sometimes, it does imply that we are
fading from life when in fact these years can be
some of our best years, some of our most flourishing years. So then, how did it start? Well, historically, we never
abruptly retired. We gently moved from one stage
to another in life. And then rumor has it, this gentleman – I think he looks a bit scary, actually, German Chancellor, Otto Van Bismarck,
in 1889, created this idea, this invention of retirement
when he put in place disability insurance for those over 70.

This idea was radical. But other countries followed suit,
making retirement age between 65 and 70. But what’s interesting about
this time period of 1889 was the life expectancy
was less than 44 years. A far cry from our 80′ish years today. So to be clear, this definition
or invention of retirement is over 100 years old and we have almost doubled our lifespan. So surely, can we not all agree that
we need to reframe, rethink, redesign … our retirement definition? Next, let’s “O” of the ROI, let’s optimize. Let’s optimize our well-being
in retirement. And it’s here we can learn
from some great science and research.

Edward Jones asked over 9,000 retirees, “What gives you fulfillment
in retirement?” Their answers: being authentic, spending
time with those they care for, they love, doing interesting things,
things that help them grow, and being generous, giving back. Interestingly, money was
at the bottom of the list. And, look, we know that money can
bring us freedom and flexibility. But research consistently shows us
that above a base level, money is not the secret ingredient
to happiness in life or in retirement. It’s also interesting to examine
the disconnect between what retirees are thinking about – connection, contribution, community, and pre-retirees are thinking about, which is pretty much their bank accounts
and this vacation view of retirement. And when we look at
this vacation view of retirement, we find that over time it becomes the norm and starts to lack the joy it once did. It’s probably why
Berkeley researchers found that we have a sugar rush
of well-being when we first retire and then a year or two later
a fairly sharp decline. Behavioral economists might call it
hedonic adaptation, where one more umbrella drink, one more golf game just loses its sparkle.

We can also look into the world
of positive psychology as we continue to “O”, optimize. We can examine the science of
what makes for a good life, a happy life, a life better than fine. And it goes by the acronym, PERMAV. I like to think of it
as my well-being playbook where “P” is positive emotion,
feeling good, hopeful, inspired, loving. It’s like a micro moment of joy: a good laugh, a good meal. “E” is engagement. Having interests in pursuits that fully
captivate us and take us away: help us grow, our relationships, having loving and authentic relationships
with another, with groups, with communities. “M” is meaning, that sense of purpose,
something beyond ourselves.

“A” is accomplishment, having positive progress in life. And “V” is vitality, investing in our bodies, in our minds,
because they both matter and they work together. Look, these elements collectively
make up our well-being. They matter, they work together, and we have to bring our attention
and intention to them because they can change. So it’s super important
in retirement to focus on these. We can also learn from the
blue zones of the world, those zones where people
fully embrace the PERMAV elements. They live flourishing lives and they live
an extra 10 to 15 years than most of us. The word retirement doesn’t even exist. Take Marie, for example. She’s amazing. She's 101, has her own garden. walks over a mile a day,
volunteers five days a week, and spends a lot of time
with her great friends and her six great grandchildren. She is thriving. She is optimizing her retirement years. Next, “I” of the ROI. Let’s ignite our path forward.

Let’s take action. Let’s explore ideas. Let's sneak up on the future. We know that life is not
a fixed destination but rather a continual design project. There’s not one best option for us. There's many great options
for us in retirement. We also know to break down
our ideas and our actions. We break them down small, so we feel comfortable taking action. We have a conversation, we explore an idea, we learn something new, but in a safe way. So we take some action. We adjust and edit and we take a little more action
as we ignite our way forward. So in closing, I invite you, all of you, to have a conversation
about your retirement. But maybe a little differently this time. It is never too early
and it’s never too late. Let’s create a retirement canvas full of the colors and
textures of well-being and ignited by our boundless
designs and imaginations, like Jeff and Jenny did. They moved back from Florida. They still vacation there sometimes. They bought a smaller condo,
two doors down from their best friend. Jeff decided to go back to work part-time, and he’s taking improv
classes twice a week.

And Jenny, she’s enrolled
in doing a Masters in English and still loving her long-time book club. They are prioritizing their friends, their family, and their new grandchild. They are thriving. So … what about you? Let’s begin to ROI
your retirement chapter. Let’s start with “R”, refrain. What does retirement now mean to you? And what beliefs are
no longer serving you? “O”, optimize. Who and what will you prioritize and how will you use your many,
many strengths and skills? And how does this compare
with those you care for? And “I”, ignite. What is one small step
you could take today to better understand
your “retirement act,” knowing the best can be yet to come. Thank you. (Applause).

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Retirement Tips | IRA Rich and Cash Poor? Not Good in Retirement!

[Music] another no-brainer for those looking 
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with me on this fact and most likely you're in the   same position I'll continue to hammer home these 
two major points in this area one is for you to   not put a dollar more into your company's 401K 
then the company will match your mindset is I want   to shock away as much as I can and I agree with 
that however you're not thinking about as we say   the road ahead it's taxes dummy ask yourself this 
simple questions will taxes go up or down in the   future let me help you up meaning in retirement 
almost 40 percent of your 401k will be going to   Uncle Sam in a lot of cases I want to see more 
cash in your savings that has already been taxed   I have countless families come in with a million 
dollars in their Ira or tax deferred accounts   and less than 50 000 in cash that's not good think 
distribution instead of accumulation many will say   this but Dave this forces me to save money because 
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believe me you will thank me later secondly once   you have reached 59 and a half move that 401k as 
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The 4 phases of retirement | Dr. Riley Moynes | TEDxSurrey

Transcriber: Zsófia Herczeg
Reviewer: Peter Van de Ven Everyone says you have to get ready
to retire financially. And of course you do. But what they don’t tell you
is that you also have to get ready psychologically. Who knew? But it’s important
for a couple of reasons. First, 10,000 North Americans
will retire today and every day for the next 10 to 15 years. This is a retirement tsunami. And when these folks come
crashing onto the beach, a lot of them are going to feel
like fish out of water without a clue as to what to expect. Secondly, it’s important
because there is a very good chance that you will live one third
of your life in retirement. So it’s important that you have
a heads up to the fact that there will be significant
psychological changes and challenges that come with it.

I belong to a walking group
that meets early three mornings a week. Our primary goal is to put
10,000 steps on our Fitbits, and then we go for coffee
and cinnamon buns – (Laughter) more important. (Laughter) (Applause) So as we walk, we’ve gotten into the habit
of choosing a topic for discussion. And one day, the topic was, “How do you squeeze
all that juice out of retirement?” How's that for 7:00 in the morning? So we walk and we talk, and the next day,
we go on to the next topic. But the question stayed with me because I was really having
some challenges with retirement. I was busy enough,
but I really didn’t feel that I was doing very much
that was significant or important. I was really struggling. I thought I had a pretty good idea of what success looked like
in a working career, but when it came to retirement,
it was fuzzier for me. So I decided to dig deeper. And what I discovered was
that much of the material on retirement focuses on the financial
and/or the estate side of things.

And of course, they’re both important
but just not what I was looking for. So I interviewed dozens
and dozens of retirees, and I asked them the question, “How do you squeeze
all the juice out of retirement?” What I discovered
was that there is a framework that can help make sense of it all. And that’s what I want
to share with you today. You see, there are four distinct phases that most of us move through
in retirement. And as you’ll see,
it’s not always a smooth ride. In the next few minutes, you’ll recognize
which phase you’re in if you’re retired, and if you’re not, you’ll have a better idea
of what to expect when that time comes. And best of all, you’ll know
that there is a phase four – the most gratifying,
satisfying of the four phases – and that’s where you can squeeze
all the juice out of retirement.

Phase one is the vacation phase,
and that’s just what it’s like. You wake up when you want,
you do what you want all day. And the best part
is that there is no set routine. For most people, phase one represents
their view of an ideal retirement. Relaxing, fun in the sun – freedom, baby. (Laughter) And for most folks, phase one
lasts for about a year or so, and then, strangely,
it begins to lose its luster. We begin to feel a bit bored. We actually miss our routine. Something in us seems to need one.

And we ask ourselves, “Is that all there is to retirement?” Now when these thoughts and feelings
start to bubble up, you have already moved into phase two. Phase two is when we feel loss, and we feel lost. Phase two is when we lose the big five – significant losses
all associated with retirement. We lose that routine. We lose a sense of identity. We lose many of the relationships
that we had established at work. We lose a sense of purpose. And for some people,
there is a loss of power. Now, we don’t see these things coming. We didn't see these losses coming in
because they happened all at once. It’s like, poof, gone. It’s traumatic. Phase two is also when we come
face to face with the three Ds: divorce, depression and decline – both physical and mental. The result of all of this is that we can feel
like we’ve been hit by a bus.

You see, before we can
appreciate and enjoy some of the positive aspects
associated with phase three and four, you are going to, in phase two, feel fear, anxiety
and quite even depression. That’s just the way it is. So buckle up and get ready. Fortunately, at some point,
most of us say to ourselves, “Hey, I can’t go on like this. I don’t want to spend the rest of my life, perhaps 30 years, feeling like this.” And when we do, we’ve turned the corner to phase three. Phase three is a time of trial and error. In phase three, we ask ourselves, “How can I make my life meaningful again? How can I contribute?” The answer often is to do things
that you love to do and do really well. But phase three can also deliver
some disappointment and failure. For example, I spent a couple of years
serving on a condo board until I finally got tired
of being yelled at.

(Laughter) You see, one year the board decided
that we were going to plant daffodils rather than the traditional daisies. (Laughter) And we got yelled at. Go figure. I thought about law school,
thinking perhaps of becoming a paralegal. And then I completed a program
on dispute resolution. It all went nowhere. I love to write. So I created a program
called “Getting started on your memoirs.” That program has met
with “limited success.” (Laughter) It’s been a rocky road for me too,
and I told you to buckle up. Now, I know all this can sound bad. But it’s really important to keep trying and experimenting
with different activities that’ll make you want
to get up in the morning again because if you don’t, there’s a real good chance
of slipping back into phase two, feeling like you’ve been hit by a bus.

And that is not a happy prospect. Not everyone breaks through to phase four, but those who do
are some of the happiest people I have ever met. Phase four is a time
to reinvent and rewire. But phase four involves
answering some tough questions too, like, “What’s the purpose here?
What’s my mission? How can I squeeze
all the juice out of retirement?” You see, it’s important that we find
activities that are meaningful to us and that give us a sense
of accomplishment. And my experience is that it almost always
involves service to others. Maybe it’s helping a charity
that you care about. Maybe you’ll be like the old coots. (Laughter) (Applause) Yeah. These folks took a booth
in the local farmers market and were prepared to give their advice
based on their vast years of experience to anyone who came by.

So one of their first visitors was a kid
who wanted help with his math homework (Laughter) on his tablet. (Laughter) They did the best they could. Or maybe you’ll be like my friend Bill. I met Bill a few years ago
in a 55 plus activity group. In the summer, we golf together
and walk together and bicycle together. And in the winter, we curl. But Bill had this idea that we should exercise
our brains as well. He believed that there was
a tremendous pool of expertise and experience in our group, and so he approached a number of folks and asked if they would volunteer to teach some of the things
that they love to do to others. And almost invariably, they agreed. Bill himself taught two sessions, one on iPads and one on iPhones, because we were smart enough to know
that a number of our members had been given these things
as gifts at Christmas (Laughter) by their children, and that they barely knew
how to turn them on. The first year, we offered nine programs,
and there were 200 folks signed up.

The next year, that number
expanded to 45 programs with over 700 folks participating. And the following year,
we offered over 90 programs and had 2100 registrations. Amazing. (Applause) That was Bill. Our members taught us
to play bridge and mahjong. They taught us to paint. They taught us to repair our bicycles. We tutored and mentored local school kids. We set up English-as-a-second-language
programs for newcomers. We had book clubs. We had film clubs. We even had a few golf clubs. Exhausting but exhilarating. That’s what’s possible in phase four. And do you remember the five losses
that we talked about in phase two? The loss of our routine and identity and relationships and purpose and power? In phase four, these are all recovered.

It is magic to see, magic. So, I urge you to enjoy
your vacation in phase one. (Laughter) Be prepared for the losses in phase two. Experiment and try as many different
things as you can in phase three, and squeeze all the juice
out of retirement in phase four. (Applause).

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6 Retirement Essentials (Most people only prepared 2 or 3)

I'm planning for retirement most people focus 
mostly on marshaling together enough money you   know Financial Resources so that they can last 
the distance and then maybe at the back of their   heads they have some vague plan right perhaps 
two or three things to fill the time with a lot   of the times this is stuff like travel family 
well unfortunately I'm gonna say that's not   quite nearly enough for Preparation we ourselves 
have been retired for two years and going looking   back on the past two years I kind of see like 
six essential things that if you prep for it   beforehand before your retirement starts I think 
this can really make such a positive difference   to your retirement so that's what I wanted 
to bring up and discuss with you guys today   number one first and foremost of course we have 
to talk about money most people's concern is the   amount of money that they have in retirement 
whether it will last them till the end come   comfortably and allow them to afford the Hobbies 
like travel good food Etc but I actually think   after going through the last two years building up 
our financial Acumen is just as important if not   more so what do I mean by Financial Acumen I mean 
stuff like budgeting tracking projecting investing   I mean if you think about it the money in your 
bank account can always be squandered we all   know that story I think more importantly what's 
going to make your retirement more fireproof is   having an ability to generate more money where 
it came from in the first place so the second   essential thing that you can prepare for so that 
you have a wonderful retirement it's definitely   the ability to be self-directing and disciplined 
self-direction definitely helps so much with   spending your retirement days meaningfully right 
after all there are no more like work schedules   or like demands from colleagues or bosses to help 
shape your days anymore you have to be the person   to take charge in retirement there's a study out 
there actually that shows that for happily retired   folks most of them actually have about 3.6 core 
Pursuits that's what they say and the unheably   retired folks tend to have less than 3.6 corporate 
suits coming in at about 1.9 call Pursuits that's   what the study reflected I guess it kind of just 
shows in retirement you really need to fill your   life to the brim and keep busy with activities 
you love and that is a really great formula for   happiness and self-direction will help you 
to achieve that state as well as discipline   because if you think about it like discipline 
directly affects the state of your finances right   it affects whether you stick with your retirement 
planning whether you keep fit and active and you   get to maintain your health in retirement even 
whilst you're left up to your own devices even   to find your cover suits if you don't have any 
when you're starting or in your retirement so   discipline and self-direction will be like 
the building blocks for enjoying your life   in retirement the third essential thing you might 
want to work on and cultivate or happy retirement   is people skills right so studies and research 
have reflected very consistently that the main   determining factor for happiness and Longevity 
for most of us is actually relationships Human   Relationships friendships relationship with 
your spouse and with your family I guess if   you look at most of us you know we all have 
a little need of work on some social skills   in some aspect I mean some of us are a bit shy 
paper hats or graph or maybe socially anxious   working on our people skills really will help us 
to get along and live happily with our spouse and   family members and also importantly to make 
new friendships at whatever age we all know   that making new friends gets a lot more difficult 
as we get older I mean I haven't heard anyone say   otherwise for me personally making new friends 
as I get older is the biggest challenge there's   this huge feeling that nothing can replace 
friendships with people who have known you   all your life but it is also a challenge as I 
have chosen to exercise through Arbitrage in   our retirement and we've moved away from home 
so those friends aren't with us in our present   I find that it takes a lot of intention I have 
to consciously push myself to broaden my Social   Circles and make the effort to get to know people 
on a more intimate basis I am also very happy   to be able to say that it has paid off in that for 
the last two years in Bali I have actually made   two or three new friends that I'm happy to say are 
kindred spirits and not just social acquaintances   so that's very nice and it's a huge Comfort to our 
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MooMoo ad using my link in the description below   now back to the video the fourth essential 
thing that you can definitely work on and that   will benefit your retirement tremendously it's 
actually courage you're definitely gonna need lots   of courage in retirement and I guess this isn't 
a skill exactly it's kind of more of a quality   but in retirement you need a lot of courage 
to even plunge into retirement you need the   courage to you know take that leap of faith to 
stop putting it off due to fear of the unknown   feel or financial insecurities so then it's all 
about courage at that stage not let fear and   insecurity rule your life and your decisions it 
is also the courage to recognize that in life at   the start at the end in the middle the Domino's 
you need are never all nicely lined up you know   at some point you just got to jump into it and 
then learn to cross the obstacles as they come   so for retirement long term I guess the 
biggest issue most commonly is always money   but my perspective on this is that hey budgets 
can always be reduced money can always be earned   or recouped or whatever happens so I still 
think that you know it is actually beneficial   to Advocate an approach whereby you get to 
a point where you feel that you have most of   your Ducks lined up you've planned well you've 
prepped for it grab hold of your courage with   both hands and then take the plunge people tend 
to think of retirement as the end but it's not   it's the start of a new phase where you should be 
trying so many new things new Pursuits new ways   to live and for each of these new adventures 
you're gonna need courage to take action and   once you have taken the plunge you'll find the 
next fifth thing very very useful and that would   be a mentality of resilience especially in early 
retirement there are a lot more decades ahead of   you you know and therefore a lot more chances that 
they things can go wrong whether it be down to bad   financial planning or perhaps an unexpected Health 
catastrophe or even sometimes natural disasters   whatever comes I guess you will always need that 
strength of Will and the resilience so that you   can roll with the punches and then get back up 
you want to know that you have the mental strength   that even if things go pear-shaped you won't just 
give up and lose hope and certain Corner you've   got to Marshall what you've got inside you go out 
there find Solutions perhaps if necessary you've   got to go back to work but know that later on 
you can return to retirement and try again so the   sex essential thing that I believe will benefit 
everyone in retirement is to cultivate an attitude   of gratitude we all know life is a very long 
journey hopefully at least and so much of what   we Chase using most of our years actually doesn't 
really matter in the big picture once you have   taken a step back and then at that point is when 
you start realizing the earlier you cultivate and   attitude of gratitude and that appreciation for 
the simple little things that are probably around   you everywhere every day the happier you probably 
will be and it sounds silly but it's not really   automatic I mean we all live and grow up and 
work and go to school in a society that kind of   innovates us with messages that we need to reach 
for more have more ambition gives us you know that   High definitions of success in life that we 
have to try to jump to reach and nobody sings   the Praises of the pleasures of a simple cup of 
tea you know the importance of family time with   your loved ones or or just the pleasure of being 
able to take an evening walk on the beach with   your dog so I think that it's very important that 
somebody reminds you that you know you can not   overload what you already have what you're already 
surrounded by growing that muscle of appreciation   so that in each and every moment you are present 
in your own life you see all the little Joys that   you're surrounded with every day and if you 
live life like that I think that will help   you achieve contentment with just the small stuff 
around you and that's what majority of your life   in retirement may be about is just a small stuff 
every day but in my own retirement here in Bali it   is what makes me so grateful and so happy every 
day that I am surrounded by my loving husband   and very interesting and independent little dog 
that's very very cute you know that we have very   comfortable a bit simple house we have the ability 
to enjoy good food even if it's simple stuff   from the war rooms locally we have a garden and 
beautiful things are growing around us every day   the weather is great you know stuff is good yeah 
I think this is one of the most essential simple   things that's often overlooked simply because it's 
a matter of mentality but I believe this essential   quality or characteristic could make all the 
difference for you so these are the six essential   things that I believe are very very important for 
you to cultivate and prepare for in the leader to   actually taking the plunge into a return then I 
think that if you have these six strong skills and   qualities going for you you will be in a position 
much more well placed to make the best out of your   retirement however long that period may be let me 
know what you think of my suggestions whether you   agree or if you think they suck let me know why 
but in any event I really appreciate you tuning   in and sharing my thoughts for this week and 
wherever you are in the world I'm wishing you   a happy Saturday evening and let's speak again 
next week till then you take care and bye for now

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