The Game Plan

Before you reach retirement, it’s important that you take an honest look at yourself and your situation. Truly understanding where you want to go and what approach you want to take to get there will help you build the best retirement plan.

Today we’ll lay out a list of questions you should ponder. Get inside your own head and determine what the answers are for each of these. That way you can have a straightforward conversation with an advisor, and that will result in the best outcome for your financial future.

The X’s & O’s

Check out the timestamps below to skip around to specific topics on the show.

[1:12] – What financial issue is at the top of your list?

[3:05] – What do you desire the most?

[4:58] – How much of a risk taker are you?

[6:28] – Do you have any investment biases?

[8:33] – What did you learn about money from your parents?

[10:13] – What does money really mean to you?

 

I love helping people, I love serving people, and I love family. So I want to take care of people that I work with. I want to take care of family. And that’s what it really means to me.

– Dale Tondryk

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The Financial Calendar

Join us in this episode of The Retirement Playbook podcast as Dale dives into the essential financial matters you need to address throughout the calendar year. He provides valuable insights into maximizing retirement contributions, managing required minimum distributions (RMDs), and making strategic financial moves to optimize your retirement savings.

Financial Therapy

Financial discussions and retirement planning can come with many emotions. From counseling couples with differing financial views to providing support during challenging life events such as divorce or medical issues, financial professionals wear many hats, including the role of a therapist. In this episode, Dale discusses the impact of having a financial professional guide you through life’s most stressful moments.

Ep 88: The Retirement Lifestyle

We’re taking a quick break from the Xs and Os of retirement finances today. Instead, we’re going to talk about some other important pieces of forming your retirement lifestyle. Join us as we discuss staying busy, the significance of social connections after you’ve stopped working, and maintaining your physical and mental health throughout retirement.

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