Our parents, and even our grandparents, generations worked hard at a job for 30 years and then would retire with a nice gold watch as a parting gift from the comapny and settle into a new chapter of life. Things have changed. Retirement looks different for millennials and younger generations, as Deacon Hayes from Well Kept Wallet explains in his new book, You Can Retire Early.
On This Podcsat Episode:
Deacon shares his philosophies from the book, You Can Retire Early about why retirement is now about achieving financial independence (and having choices) when you want it and the way you want it. Curious how you do that?
Deacon’s book is loaded with great advice about you can create your own personalized retirement plan, why credit card debt is sure to kill retirement plans, some great tips on how to deal with setbacks and so much more.
He’s sharing some of his favorite tips from standout chapters on the podcast.
You Can Retire Early is available November 7th and if you pre-order you can get Deacon’s $97 course for free.
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