Planning for Retirement in Your 30’s

September 16, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
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We’ve got four segments that we’re going to talk about and fill today. The first one is what to do if you’re in your 30s. Is it too late? Of course, it’s not too late, because we talk about how time is the best thing you can have on your side when saving. We’re going to talk about, “What if you’re 35, and what can we do?”

The second segment, we’re going to talk about Rigg Wealth Management. Right here in North Dallas. We’re going to talk about what makes you different than all the wirehouses, the Charles Schwabs and things like that.

We’ll take a quick break at the bottom of the hour, and then we’ll come back, and we’ll mention pension plans. Pension plans are out there somewhere. They are out there. Most people do 401(k)s now. We’re going to talk about, “What is a pension plan?” and how you can kind of set up your own. There’s a few different options out there, right?

Then we’ll close the show with what we like to call stocks and bonds. What are the differences, how are they the same, and why is it good to have both in your portfolios? We’ll break down some of those terms as well. What do you think, sounds like a good show?

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