Retirement is more than a number.
“I can sleep at night”
“I have a reason to get up in the morning”
“I have a secure and fulfilling life”
ARE YOUR PLANS ON TRACK?
Unfortunately, most people don’t know if they’re on track for retirement (money) or have a clear idea of what to do when they get there (meaning). That’s a problem.
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The tools and resources at Intentional Retirement can help you create a plan for both money and meaning so you can retire with security and purpose. Enter your email below and we’ll walk you through the process step-by-step.
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Who writes this thing?
Hi there! My name is Joe Hearn and I’m a writer, newspaper columnist, and financial planner. I’ve been helping people plan for retirement for more than 20 years and I created Intentional Retirement for anyone looking to move beyond the conventional so they can live an intentional, meaningful life. If that resonates with you, enter your email above and join thousands of others who are intent on retiring TO something rather than FROM something.