I recently updated the Informed Household Infographic PDF from its original 2-page format to an expanded 4-page format to include more details on the nine funding profile types. The additional pages address the lifestyle risk priorities for each funding profile type as well as provide the typical discretionary vs. essential expense curves retirees normally experience during their lifespans.
Now it’s all in one place, in one PDF available for download here. And please remember that most the graphics contained within the PDF are hyperlinked to additional video resources for your convenience.
Retirement planner and blogger Dirk Cotton gets right to the point. Retirement planning is complex and difficult to know where to start.
His recent Forbes blog post succinctly explains the basic trade-offs between the two main retirement planning camps: safety-first and probability-based. In the Informed Household parlance, this corresponds to Sleeps Like A Baby and Insanely Hopeful funding profiles.
Enjoy the the article, it’s very informative…..Jim
Meet Ashley (66) and Louis (68) of Montana, our fictitious Free To Choose couple whose savings preferences and spending priorities we analyze to see how this household is doing on its journey to financial independence.
Thank you for viewing……Jim Koch
Meet Christina (26) and Sean (28) of Iowa, our fictitious Aspiring Free Spirit couple whose savings preferences and spending priorities we analyze to see how this household is doing on its journey to financial independence.
Feedback always welcome….enjoy…Jim Koch