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RH 017 Volunteering and Founders Centennial IPA

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Bill is from Ohio and spends his winters in Arizona which is referred to as being a snow bird. He retired 5 years ago from his business as a museum exhibit business owner. Bill and his partner started succession planning 8 years ahead of his planned retirement. Bill didn’t really think […]

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RH 016 Growth Mindset and Steamworks IPA

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Matt started his blog Method to Your Money in Oct 2017 His wife challenged him to learn more about finance His blog tag line is methods and mindsets to inspire your finances Given how much information is available on finances, Matt wondered why people weren’t doing the right things when it […]

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RH 015 The Future is Fragile and Hop Henge

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Report from Center for Retirement Research at Boston College entitled: Financial Fragility Likely for Future Retirees Good news for current retirees Personal investment portfolios have rebounded Home prices are up Part time work is available Pensions are funded Fragile future Report applies to people born in the mid-60s to early 802 […]

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RH 014 Route to Retire and Wells Banana Bread Beer

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Show Notes Retirement Segment Has been working for same company since late 1990s and is the engineers’ manager Worked his way out of debt which included $30k of student loans After his daughter was born he discovered Joe from Retire by 40 and FIRE Financial Independence Retire Early Jim’s ready to be done working and […]

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What Facebook Knows About Me

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With the dust not yet settled over the Cambridge Analytica user privacy scandal, I decided it would be a good idea to look into what information Facebook has on me. Getting a copy of my information was easy. I went to Settings where I saw “Download a copy of your data”. I clicked on Download […]