This week’s episode of CAPitalize Your Finances is going to be a bit different from what we’ve done in the past. Normally I speak about an individual topic that’s relevant to what all you CAPitalizers need to know or have guests on from all walks of life to enlighten you how to CAPitalize Your Finances, regardless of what path you choose.
This episode? CAP is answering YOUR questions!
As you might imagine, doing so often leads to follow-up questions from many of my astute listeners and subscribers. Over the course of this past year, I’ve received dozens of emails asking about things like inherited IRAs, starting a 401k, paying off a loan, and much more, so for today’s episode, we are going to focus on the retirement questions.
I’ll be answering some of the most interesting retirement questions I’ve gotten. Time to dive in!
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