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Managing Cash Flow During Retirement: The Cash Flow Reserve Method

Managing Cash Flow During Retirement: The Cash Flow Reserve Method

A partire dalRetirement Answer Man


Managing Cash Flow During Retirement: The Cash Flow Reserve Method

A partire dalRetirement Answer Man

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25 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jun 16, 2014
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

This week we discuss:

Why you should ask your advisor about their succession plan
How to manage cash flow during retirement

 
Less Than 10% of Advisors Have a Succession Plan
 
This is a scary number considering that if your advisor is unable to serve you due to injury or death, the retirement plan you’ve put in place could be in jeopardy. 

Who will service you?
Who will advise you?
What communication will you receive?
Who will manage your assets?

These are just some of the important questions that need to be asked by you to assure your retirement plan is not disrupted.
 
I discuss:

the importance of asking your advisor about their written succession plan
what items to look for
the communication plan that should be in place
how to protect your retirement plan in the event your advisor is suddenly unavailable.

 
This month, I’ll post a checklist in the Retirement Library of items you should look for in your advisors succession plan to assure some continuity of service.
 
Listener Question:  Lynn asks, “How do I manage my cash flow during retirement?
 
How to manage cash flow during retirement is one of the questions I’m asked most. Not receiving a monthly paycheck during retirement can be unnerving. In retirement, it is important to have a system to create a paycheck to pay your monthly retirement expenses. 
 
I outline the Cash Flow Reserve system we use to help clients cover their retirement expenses. 
 
The Benefits of the System

It can help you feel safer about meeting your needs
It provides a margin of safety during turbulent markets
It positions you to make smarter financial decisions
It gives you more flexibility to adjust as conditions change
It helps you sleep at night

How It Works

Checking Account—To pay your lifestyle expenses
Cash Reserve Account—maintain 2 year’s expected living expenses, distributing a monthly “paycheck” to your checking account
Extraordinary fund—Maintain cash reserves for extra expenses you will incur over the next 12 months
Long-term Investment—Long-term investment assets that include bonds maturing in 3-5 years
Review and adjust every 6 months

 
This week I’ll post a detailed outline on how to build your Cash Flow Reserve system  in the Retirement Answer Library.
 
Resources Discussed
 
Retirement Answer Library
 
 
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Pubblicato:
Jun 16, 2014
Formato:
Episodio podcast