Life After The Paycheck Ends: Retirement Planning Tips (Ep. 23)

Do you know how to plan for retirement and manage your finances after the paycheck ends?

In this episode, Peter Gutekunst shares his insights on financial planning during retirement. Pete details the importance of learning and applying new strategies, having a spending plan, and working alongside your advisor while introducing the My Financial Bridge™ as a must-know organizational tool.


Peter discusses:

  • The power of compounding interest and how it’s like growing a tree with setbacks, pruning, and growth
  • Health and wealth: The value of discipline within retirement planning
  • The importance of having a spending plan and working with an advisor to strategically withdraw money from your investments based on performance and tax implications
  • Three key takeaways for managing finances in retirement
  • What you should know about withdrawal rates
  • And more!




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