Episode 15: The Best Way to Plan For Retirement Involves One Major Must: God

How are you feeling about your financial health? The Washington Post said in a recent article that around 25% of women in the workplace say they are worse off financially since the pandemic, thanks to rising costs of everything partnered with having to juggle even more every day and somehow squeeze in that full time job that’s supporting everything. 

When you’re in the middle of (or just coming out of) a trying situation (you know, like a PANDEMIC), hearing about “financial planning” and “getting ready for retirement” might just feel like salt in your wounds. But if money was discussed more openly and confidently, many of us might have had different financial reactions and experiences during the pandemic. 

The good news is it’s never too late to start working on your financial planning and planning for retirement. On this episode, Judy A. Hulsey, a private wealth advisor with Ronald Blue Trust, shares her advice for planning for the future, no matter where you are in life. 

We are honored at Ronald Blue Trust to have the privilege to serve women from all walks of life — professionals, mothers, daughters, retirees, widows, and students across the nation providing biblically-based wisdom for their finances. Our advisors work hard to provide as many useful resources as they can to guide you and your family in gaining clarity and confidence, and leaving a lasting legacy. Click here for more information!

Guest Bio:

For 30 years, I’ve found great joy in working with my clients.  I’ve been an experienced advisor to clients and their families, helping them make better financial decisions and live generously. My goal is to walk through each season of life as your trusted advisor to help you have clarity and build confidence around your finances so that you can focus on the things that matter most to you—retirement or selling your business, spending more time with children or grandchildren, enjoying retirement, or giving generously to favorite causes.

I’d love to come alongside you to help. My team and I will be cheering you on to run the race and finish well!