Learn how to flip from saving to spending money in retirement. Jack Phelps, Retirement Coach and Author, discusses some simple steps to boost your financial confidence. Do you want to enjoy your retirement after decades of saving? Jack has designed The Relaxing Retirement Formula to show you how.
It may seem funny to some that the concept to flip from savings to spending money is hard. After years and years of saving for your retirement to some it is a complete change of focus to finally not have to save any more. Do you think you could make the flip and finally enjoy spending that hard earned money?
Today we are talking to Jack Phelps, America’s Retirement Coach and President of TheRelaxing Retirement Coach. He is the author of the best-selling book, The Relaxing Retirement Formula: For the Confidence to Liberate What You’ve Saved and Start Living the Life You’ve Earned.
Jack Phelps left a career with a large financial services firm in order to offer independent advice in the best interests of his members rather than his employer. In the twenty-five years since, he’s become an impassioned advacate and guide for people facing the complex transition from a lifetime of working hard and saving smartly to spending and enjoying what they’ve built. A college athlete, Jack knows the profound difference a great coach can make, and combines a coach’s rigor and gift for explanation with years of education and hands-on experience in finance.
According to Jack Phelps, after 30 years of intense study and hand-on work, the differnce beween those who retire successfully and live an exciting and fulfilling life, and everyone else, is their level of financial confidence. All the years of building up money and investing it are of no value to you if you can’t spend and enjoy it.
Jack says you need to take conscious time to know your numbers. You need to be in touch with what you are spending and what you can afford to do with your retirement bucket.
Listen to the episode as Ann discovers Jack Phelps’ passion for how to flip from savings to spending money in retirement for his clients.