In Ep. 223 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom addresses the popular question: will I have enough money for retirement? In our office, that’s one of the most common questions. He addresses the challenges of retiring at the Jersey Shore, asks folks what their current plan is, and offers guidance to those who need it!
Will You Have Enough for Retirement? – Transcript
Tom Mullooly: Survey results are in, and we’re going to talk about the number one concern most folks have. You’re going to want to tune in.
Welcome to the Mullooly Asset Show. I’m your host, Tom Mullooly. And this is episode number 223. Thanks for tuning in. The number one concern of most folks from a recent survey, 70%, 70% of Americans state not having enough money for retirement as their primary financial concern. And this is not 17%, 70%, seven, zero. This was the top response for folks across all age groups. So, people in their 30s, 40s, 50s, even folks in their 60s, this was the number one response.
Now, look, I know that living in New Jersey, the great Garden State, not cheap. In fact, it’s expensive. And living in Monmouth County, where our office is located, more expensive. And living at the shore, very expensive. So, it’s important to know that we provide guidance and advice for three kinds of folks: folks who are retired, folks who are getting close to retirement, and folks who aren’t even thinking about retiring. Do you find yourself in one of those three groups?
So, the big question we ask all the time, what is your plan? What’s your plan to get from here to there? Wherever there is for you. For some people they want to live here in Monmouth County, or live on the Jersey Shore, or live in New Jersey, and not have to rip up their whole lives. That’s great. We can help you with that. Other people want to retire out of state, we can help you with that.
There’s a lot of things that we can help you with. You can visit our website, we’ve got a free report about how to live and retire well, we’ve got all the details for you. Just go to our website and you can download that report. And if you’re watching this on YouTube, don’t forget to hit that red Subscribe button.
Thanks for watching episode number 223.
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