Income in retirement – what a concept! Actually, it’s more than a concept, it’s a vital part of life, whether you’re retired or not. You won’t live a very good life without some kind of income. The more predictable and stable that income, the better.
As I said in my previous podcast, having and maintaining an income is a lot easier to do if you’ve got a process – a strategy – behind it. This week, I’ll give you the details on that process, using actual (hypothetical) numbers to help illustrate how this income strategy works.
Believe it or not, CAPitalizing your income may be as easy as drawing three boxes on a piece of paper. Does that sound crazy? It’s true! Tune in to this week’s informative episode and find out more!
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