The View From The Pinnacle
In the financial world, there are a lot of myths out there. Do you know what’s a myth (and what’s a bust) when it comes to these commonly held beliefs?
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Thing’s You’ll Learn Along Today’s Journey
Do you know how to tell if something is a myth or truth when it comes to your financial planning? Sometimes you have to test out a theory to find out if it’s right or wrong. But instead of taking a risk with your own funds and learning the hard way, Sean will share what he knows and has experienced in this episode of Retirement Elevated.
So how about your stocks and bonds? Does moving stocks to bonds remove volatility from your portfolio? While that might be tempting, it’s important to remember that everybody’s situation is different.
What about life insurance–do you still need that once you are retired? It’s easy to overlook some of the reasons life insurance can be beneficial. While it’s often used as an income replacement, it may also be a strategic way to pass money onto your heirs as a part of your estate planning.
When you get to retirement will you need less income? And will you be in a lower tax bracket? And while we’re at it, do you even need to work with a financial advisor with all of the technology and tools we have available?
Find out what’s a myth and what’s real by listening to the entire podcast or click on the timestamps below to check out a particular potential myth.
[2:48] – Myth or bust: Shifting from stocks to bonds removes the volatility from your portfolio.
[4:55] – Myth or bust: Once you’ve retired, life insurance is no longer necessary.
[7:14] – Myth or bust: You’re going to need less income when you retire than you need when you’re working.
[8:40] – Myth or bust: You’ll be in a lower tax bracket when you retire.
[10:17] – Myth or bust: Financial planning is easy to do without a professional thanks to the technology available.
Looking Back From The Mountaintop
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