Plan for your retirement as you live a life of purpose.
JOB OPTIONAL* by Casey Weade is NOT your typical money book. Casey walks you through exactly how to plan for retirement – differently – and with purpose so that when it’s time to retire you can do so worry-free and on your timeline. In this book, you’ll learn:
- Living a life full of purpose at any age
- Having the choice to never work again
- Making your life savings mean something
- Gaining financial confidence
- Being able to pursue a second career or new passion
Casey shows you the formula for discovering how to take the money you’ve earned and turn it into the legacy you can live right now.
Download the first chapter of Job Optional* - FREE!
Recent TV Episodes
Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson talk about what toilet paper has to do with your money. Casey reviews a podcast with bestselling author and poker champion, Maria Konnikova. Plus he answers some viewer questions including "Will Social Security cost of living adjustments keep up with your cost of living in retirement?"
Casey Weade talks about the keys to a successful retirement. Then, Marshal Johnson joins Casey to discuss a hierarchy of financial wellness. Plus, are you overpaying your financial advisor?
Casey Weade discusses what it means to become “unhackable." Marshal Johnson joins in on 6 surprising benefits of not retiring when your spouse does, and then learn about unique planning strategies used in Casey’s own family.
Join Casey Weade as he discusses the no-regrets retirement plan. Marshal Johnson joins Casey to talk about misunderstood retirement planning tools, and then how to get a disinterested spouse involved in your financial future.
Casey Weade discusses creating lasting income from real estate and features clips from his podcast with Jason Hartman. Marshal Johnson and Casey then go over your withdrawal war chest, and how much you actually need to retire.
Can you retire early? Casey Weade discusses options you should be considering. Plus, overcoming bias in retirement tools and how to find a good advisor with finance professor Steve Parrish. Then Marshal Johnson joins Casey to discuss the article, "Do you believe fake news about retirement?"
Casey talks about what it means to leave a “breadcrumb legacy." Marshal joins the discussion on navigating the retirement minefield, and the latest in retirement trends in this episode of Retire With Purpose.
The many uses and benefits of life insurance with Jim Bowman, learn about building social security's insecurity into your retirement plan, and making a good pension decision.
Personalizing your retirement strategy, are you a human being or a "human doing” - discussion with podcast guest and doctor Sachin Patel, and the biggest mistakes Casey has seen retirees make.
Will your taxes be lower in retirement? Can money buy happiness with podcast guest Brian Portnoy. Also, a focus on your healthcare options prior to Medicare age.
Tax strategies for couples that you won't want to miss. Do you believe fake news about retirement? Plus, catch highlights of our Retired Inspired Podcast with Chris Hogan, best-selling author, personal finance expert, and a leading voice on retirement, investing, and wealth.
Recent Radio Episodes
Tune in to the Retire With Purpose Radio Hour as Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson talk about how much to save for retirement. They also talk about Social Security increases, how much long-term care might really cost you, and 5 easy ways to protect your retirement savings from taxes.
Tune in as Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson discuss how much cash you should be holding in retirement, with a focus on the difference between wealth and liquidity. They also talk about how long to keep your financial records and social security filing strategies.
Join Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson on how to minimize your taxes on real estate (capital gains taxes). They also discuss how much income your 401(k) will produce in retirement. Also a deep dive into Purpose featuring a variety of guests. Plus, what sort of retirement planning should be done if you don't plan to retire?
Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson discuss how to avoid social security taxation. They then discuss the latest in LTC (long-term care) trends, and why you might not want to roll over your old 401(k) into an IRA. Also, a discussion with the leading financial therapist in the country, Dr. Karl Pillemer. Plus, a focus on a Kiplinger article: “How 10 Types of Retirement Income Get Taxed"
Join Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson as they discuss what is retirement income planning, and what are your options? Highlights from an interview with Dave Jetson, a financial therapist. The latest study from past podcast guest, David Blanchett, on “Right-Sizing Retirement.” Also, a discussion on Social Security and advisor compensation.
Join Casey Weade and Marshal Johnson as they discuss the retirement planning opportunity zone - are you in it?? They also discuss diffusing the IRA tax time bomb, irrevocable trusts, and highlights from an interview with Annie Duke (World Poker Series Champion) focusing on how to make better decisions.
In this episode, Casey and Marshal discuss several topics, including Retirement income war chests - do you have one? What could Medicare cost you once you retire (and how can you prepare for it now?) Highlights from the interview with David McKnight, and a discussion on the “single-ply” areas of your life.
Casey and Marshal break down 8 ways to invest confidently in retirement. They also discuss financial wellness, index ETFs and mutual funds, social security cost of living adjustments…what will that look like and can social security keep up? Plus, special guest Kary Oberbrunner (author of new book “Unhackable" and CEO of Igniting Souls).
Casey and Marshal talk about market predictions, fees - are they fair?, best of 2020 podcast guest highlights, and how to handle “black sheep” beneficiaries.
All about finance! Using CDs as part of your investment strategy, estimating what your tax rate will be in retirement, whole life insurance, and highlights from the managing director of behavioral finance and investing at Betterment (the 3rd largest robo-advisor in the world): Dan Egan.
Is Gold a Safe Haven? A decade-by-decade guide to retirement planning, what a diversified portfolio really should look like, and interview with international poker champion & NYT bestselling author Maria Konnikova.