Join us at the Rose Creek Community Center where we talk retirement while having fun.
What makes retirement more meaningful? Do you know how to leverage your money to move towards that? It’s time to raise your financial IQ, and build true wealth for generations to come.
The Retirement Resource is dedicated to providing valuable resources and subject-matter experts to successfully navigate a satisfying, fun and meaningful retirement. Your hosts Beau & Carl present a combination of expert guests and topical news in the areas of personal finance, health, travel, relationships, entrepreneurship, and legacy planning.
How Do You Win the Retirement Game? with Ed Slott
America’s IRA Expert Ed Slott shares what we need to know to win the game of retirement in 2021.
Building A Strong Immune System with Donna Krech
Donna Krech reveals the stress-busting hacks to boost your body’s performance in your later years.
How to Use Your Paychecks and Playchecks in a Pandemic with Tom Hegna
Economist, best-selling author, and retirement expert Tom Hegna gives his academic perspective on maximizing your earnings to ensure a worry-free retirement
The 3 Investments You Need to Make for a Successful Retirement with Babs Plunkett
Certified Retirement Coach Babs Plunkett, author of “Choose Joy: Three Keys to Investing Your Time in Retirement,” joins the show to help you plan a retirement that brings you joy and meaning.
Reinventing Yourself in Retirement with Diane Stolz
Diane Stolz shares how she is reinventing her life in retirement, including writing the book “Empty Nesters: ...Lose the Guilt!”, connecting with new communities, and staying in touch through her blog, Women at Sixty.
Men or Women: Who Controls the Money? with Dr. Barbara Provost
Who should control the money in retirement: men or women? Dr. Barbara Provost, founder of Purse Strings, helps us answer this question. Plus, we answer one of your questions about what happens if someone passes away.
Great Info and Funny
I love the retirement resource show. I'm hoping for more in the future.
A True Retirement Resource
I'm a bit jaded against entertainment radio hosts that give financial advice and against the financial planners that you usually hear on AM radio for paid time. Beau comes off as someone who geuinely cares about your retirement and helping listeners get the most out of their retirement without any "alterior" motive.
Info is Good Humor is Lacking (Big Time)
They carry good information an have great guests.
I love shows with humor, but theirs is not even close to funny. Kept the content, but work on the so called humor. Sorry but that’s what I think.