What Everyone Needs to Know About Retirement Expenses in Ten Minutes by Geoff Schmidt – New Content Tomorrow

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Unlike my typical post, here I focus on the costs that go up and down when someone retires. I suspect that many of my readers are near retirement age, so this should be of interest. Geoff Schmidt does a great job of spelling out which costs are likely to go up and down. Even if you are not close to retirement, these two short videos are worth a watch. Thanks, Geoff. I’ve also included a quote and some cool Viking music.


Seven Expenses That Go Down in Retirement | Includes Averages It also discusses the typical savings for many of these expense items.


Ten Expenses That GO UP in Retirement – Yes, I not all savings for most folks. If you are getting ready to retire you also need to know what might get more expensive.

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