Traveling is back in high gear post-pandemic. Airports are busy and postponed trips are finally taking place as the economy shifts back to normalcy. Though traveling comes with its dangers and uncertainties, it does lead to happiness before and during retirement. Even so, how does one pay for those travel expenses that contribute to a fulfilling life?
In this episode, Wes Moss shares the benefits of traveling in retirement and how to create a cash flow from dividend investing that could supplement these trips. He also examines current traveling statistics and headlines, along with the benefits of traveling with groups of friends. Later in the episode, Wes breaks down dividend investing, the concept of yield at cost, answers a question from a listener regarding laddering CDs for retirement, and shares what could be the key to conquering inflation as an investor.
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