If you’re retired—or you want to be very soon—and you’d like to discover how you can confidently spend what you want, and do everything you want to do in your retirement years, even in today’s confusing and unpredictable world, then I invite you to read on.
One of the biggest challenges in anyone’s life is to go from working, receiving a paycheck, and saving money your whole life…to no longer receiving that paycheck from the work you do.
And, to make matters even more difficult, you then have to begin “spending” the money you’ve taken your entire life to save! That just doesn’t feel “normal” to anyone. In fact, it feels strange.
What I’ve witnessed coaching retirees over the last 24 years is that in order for you to begin spending the money you’ve saved over your lifetime, and truly enjoy yourself, whether you choose to continue to work or not, requires a lot of financial confidence.
There are dozens of mistakes that you could be making which you may never know about, that could potentially cost you thousands and thousands of dollars over the rest of your life.
To help you avoid these costly mistakes, and develop the financial confidence you need to make smart choices with your money, I’ve created and published several FREE resources for you.
Simply click on one of the links on the right hand side of this page to receive my Retirement Coach Strategy of the Week Email Series, or any of the Special Consumer Reports I’ve published for you, or to listen in on our next Telephone Strategy Seminar.
No one will call you under any circumstances. You will receive the resources you request immediately.
I also invite you to watch my interview with William Shatner and Doug Llewelyn on the Moving America Forward television series. Simply click the link on the top right corner of this page.
Finally, if you’d like to view The Relaxing Retirement Coaching Program Overview, simply click here
I look forward to helping you.
Committed To Your Relaxing Retirement,
Jack Phelps, ChFC
The Retirement Coach
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