Investments vs. Retirement Withdrawal Strategy, FDIC Insurance - 424
Should retirement living expenses be drawn from your stable value fund, your CD or money market, brokerage account, or FDIC insured bank accounts? Can you even trust the banks after the recent bank failures? What about sequence of returns risk? Which investments are best for long-term retirement savings when you’re early in your career? Joe and Big Al explain why your strategy for retirement savings and withdrawals should be your first step - before you consider investments, asset classes, or sectors.
- 00:49 - Stable Value Fund Vs. Brokerage Account for Living Expenses? (Sharon, Waukesha - voice)
- 09:08 - Sequence of Returns Risk: Should I Save for 5 Years in CD, Money Market or Brokerage Account? (Carlos, Tampa Bay)
- 15:46 - High Income and Tax-Deferred Savings, Low Tax Rate: Where Should I Save? (Josh, Boston, MA)
- 21:40 - Am I Overcomplicating My Investments at Age 35? (Mike, VA)
- 29:44 - I’m 28. Should I Max Out Pre-Tax or Post-Tax 457 Plan Retirement Savings? (Michael)
- 33:55 - How Does FDIC Insurance Work? SVB and Signature Bank Failures (Jon, Powhatan, VA)
- 39:46 - Should We Roll 401(k) to Several FDIC-Insured IRA Accounts to Live Off Of? (Joan, Long Island, NY)
Access this week's free financial resources in the podcast show notes at https://bit.ly/ymyw-424:
- YMYW Guide to Growing Your Wealth
- Register for the Q1 2023 Market Update / Q2 2023 Financial Market Outlook Webinar, April 26, 12pm PT / 3pm ET with Pure Financial Advisors’ EVP and Chief Investment Officer, Brian Perry, CFP®, CFA.
- Episode Transcript
- Ask Joe & Big Al On Air