Is retirement looming for you—or is it still a far-off dream? Are you preparing for that magical day, or are you taking advantage of what’s happening now to enjoy the fruits of mini-retirements along the way?
In this episode of the Go For Launch podcast, I chat with Roger Whitney, a partner in the firm WWK Wealth Advisors. Known as the Retirement Answer Man, Roger helps people Plan Well and Invest Wisely for retirement. During the past 24 years, he has worked with families to develop and implement plans to work toward their goals. We talk about various retirement strategies for entrepreneurs.
Today’s show touches on some key topics related to thinking about your retirement, including:
- What the “typical” entrepreneur looks like today
- When are people retiring now (i.e., is 65 still the sweet spot)?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages to being an entrepreneur when it comes to retirement?
- What are the opportunities for both younger Millennials and aging Baby Boomers to become entrepreneurs?
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