This podcast is an incredible labor of love from our team as we strive to help our listeners retire sooner. I’m so grateful to all of you for listening, and I’m excited for our next episode coming out on November 8th with Emily Esfahani Smith.
Every day since the pandemic began, I have been on the air, coaching people through the economic roller coaster. During that time, I’ve also written and published a new book, and I’ve worked consistently to create the best content possible on this podcast, in my Atlanta Journal-Constitution column, and for my show on WSB radio. While I’ve enjoyed doing all of this, I’ve decided to take my own advice, and starting mid-November I’ll be focusing on some other core pursuits in my life for a bit. I’ll be back in the spring of 2022 with some great new episodes for you here.
While I might be taking a short break on the current format of the podcast, I don’t want you to take a break on working towards your goal of retiring at least one year sooner. So I’m turning over the mic (for a bit) to those who work tirelessly behind the scenes at Retire Sooner to answer the questions we see come in from our listeners every day. Starting November 15, we’ll be rolling out a new podcast format we’re calling, “Questions & Answers.”
Our producer Mallory will be sitting down weekly with a member of our team of financial professionals to dig into a financial or economic topic where we’ve consistently seen confusion and questions. I hope you enjoy these new episodes, and I can’t wait for you to see what’s coming in the spring.
If you’d like to reach me or the Retire Sooner Team, you can always find us at WesMoss.com.
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