The Truth About Dave Ramsey's 7 Baby Steps

After two decades of financial media bashing, is it time to revive common retirement beliefs? Recently, the Wall Street Journal caused a stir with an article titled, Forget the 4% Rule: Rethinking Common Retirement Beliefs. From the title, the author’s premise is clear – rethinking tradition is long overdue and, by following conventional rules-of-thumb, the average retiree is at risk of going broke. Is he right? Well, let’s look at the rule in question. Read more here: https://www.wesmoss.com/news/the-new-verdict-on-the-4-rule-for-retirement/ Send me your questions directly at https://bit.ly/3dPKcvd (contact box in top right corner) You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think https://bit.ly/3kiRhXJ Money Matters with Wes Moss podcast https://spoti.fi/3jk9wL8 or on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3kwKvhj Twitter: https://bit.ly/2HqnWfe Facebook: https://bit.ly/3kvrHi4 Check out my website for more financial tools and articles: https://bit.ly/3dPKcvd Please note, this information is provided to you as a resource for informational purposes only and should not be viewed as investment advice or recommendations. Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. There is no guarantee offered that investment return, yield, or performance will be achieved. There will be periods of performance fluctuations, including periods of negative returns. Past performance is not indicative of future results when considering any investment vehicle. This information is being presented without consideration of the investment objectives, risk tolerance, or financial circumstances of any specific investor and might not be suitable for all investors. This information is not intended to, and should not, form a primary basis for any investment decision that you may make. Always consult your own legal, tax, or investment advisor before making any investment/tax/estate/financial planning considerations or decisions.