Empower Blog

June 22, 2021

Podcast: The 5 Pillars of Retirement

Podcasts, Financial Planning
There is no wrong time to start thinking about retirement, and you'll find your plans will keep evolving as you enter new life stages. Through Wealth Management by CommunityAmerica, Heath Burch and his team of Wealth Advisors have guided those who are just starting out on their financial journey, and those who are living deep into their retirement years. They’ve had a close-up view as they’ve helped families, couples and individuals navigate the decision-making process for what best fits into their financial goals.

In our latest episode, Heath, the Director of Wealth Management by CommunityAmerica, is joined by Wealth Advisors, Ashley Dickson and Scott Pfeifer to provide you with a perspective on key pillars to consider for your retirement plan. You’ll discover you’re not alone when it comes to common roadblocks, yet everyone is unique in creating a plan that works best for them. Key aspects like establishing current and future spending, risk tolerance, and your plan with new life stages look different for everyone. Listen today and begin your journey to forming a retirement plan that works for you.

Check out the new episode below:

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