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Both!

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Jun 22, 2022Liked by Renee Sylvestre-Williams

What is this "retirement" you speak of? :D But seriously, I think both are extremely important, especially for the younger crowd. I would also be interested in hearing peoples' thoughts around exactly what a "pension" is (reality vs what you were told by others etc...)

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Strategies for saving when constantly being zonked by life

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I love learning about "hacks" and sort of genius ways to save

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I’m interested in planning for retirement without a pension (I worked abroad for many years) and now work part time, with limited savings. I do own my home and have little debt.

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Jun 24, 2022Liked by Renee Sylvestre-Williams

Love all the suggestions down below so far, and the two above! I'm here for all of it. Thanks for being amazing Renee!!

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Jun 25, 2022Liked by Renee Sylvestre-Williams

The 411 on investing would be great. Also basic economics, lol but not really. Like, what exactly is inflation and when do I need to be worried (especially as a self-employed person). 🙏🏼

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1. Both retirement and investing please. I want to make my money work for me.

2. I would be open to experiencing audio interviews, but written interviews are also great for me no pressure either way.

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Sep 2, 2022Liked by Renee Sylvestre-Williams

Interested in reading anout managing finances in retirement (minimizing taxes etc.) and also how to deal with current/future market conditions

Cheers

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Are there ways to be smarter about playing "catch up" on retirement savings as a divorced female who's starting later in life. I often feel like I will always be working as long as my health holds out to make up for the wage gap. Or come up with a side hustle which feels like I'm working all the time!

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