Humans encounter numerous fears throughout their lifetime. Some of those fears include public speaking, being locked in an unknown space, and even the fear of spiders. However, there’s another fear that consumes many, and that’s outliving our money. At the end of the day it doesn’t matter where you are financially in your life, the panic of running out of funds can often surface, especially for early retirees.
To give listeners a piece of mind and a simple combative strategy, Wes Moss reveals ways to have income for life during this episode. He also uncovers why having multiple income streams is essential and the importance of financial planning. Wes also talks through the benefits of income investing, the average longevity of S&P 500 companies and how possessing a diversified investment portfolio can provide some income and inflation protection.
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