'Deeksie' and Kaye present Mind Your Own Retirement Episode 21

Noel Whittaker considers whether it’s too late for you to reap the rewards of investing.

'Deeksie' and Kaye present Mind Your Own Retirement Episode 21

Join John and Janelle for episode 21 of Mind Your Own Retirement, as they chat to money maestro Noel Whittaker, who shares all he knows about, funnily enough, shares. He considers whether it’s too late for you to reap the rewards of investing, explains the 10/30/60 rule, shares versus property investment and the best way to invest your money. No one knows shares like Noel and his suggestions may lead you to rethink your retirement investment strategy.

Find out more about Noel at www.noelwhittaker.com.au or follow him on Facebook

Leon comes in to talk about ageing, and what is considered ‘old age’ in Australia. Are you already ‘old’? Why is Australia so out of whack with the rest of the world in attitudes towards ageing? What can we do to shift these attitudes?

And we talk to one of YourLifeChoices’ favourite travel writers, the ever intrepid and always bubbly Lee Atkinson. If the song I’ve Been Everywhere wasn’t written about Lee, it should have been. She’s just released her 16th book – The Definitive Bucket List – and you could win one of five copies if you tell us, in the comments section below, what would be your ultimate bucket list experience.

Learn more about Lee at www.leeatkinson.com.au or follow her on Facebook.

Finally, Janelle shares you the best way to spend a day in Adelaide and reveals the way you’re wasting money on your washing.

Janelle stayed in Adelaide as a guest of the Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide





    COMMENTS

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    Val
    19th Nov 2019
    10:16am
    Just an amazing holiday where l don’t get sick from the environment as l’ve been suffering with MCS(multiple chemical sensitivity)for many years now which often makes life seem unliveable at times from the many symptoms it causes but realistically l guess not possible.
    aussiecarer
    19th Nov 2019
    1:48pm
    Our family's ultimate bucket-list - a fortnight's holiday somewhere in our own state.
    There are a lot of tourist attractions I've never seen in my own state. And I've never holidayed interstate. I want to make an effort to see these places first before I spend my money overseas. I know it costs more to holiday intrastate and interstate than it does to holiday overseas, but if every Australian who could afford to travel made somewhere in Australia their next holiday destination - just for a couple of years - this extra tourism might stimulate our economy sufficiently to create job opportunities for underemployed and unemployed Australians.
    Ageing but not getting old
    19th Nov 2019
    5:31pm
    GOING INTO SPACE. I've been a science fiction fan since I was a child and was (and still am) fascinated by space. When NASA et. al. show pictures of the Earth from Spacelab etc, I am moved to tears at times. Can't raise the $250,000 needed by Virgin Galactic to reserve a spot. At age 70 and not in perfect health, I don't hold much hope, but it has always been the top of the pops on every bucket list I've ever done. I hope the two comment writers before me mange to achieve their slightly 'more realistic' desires.


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