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Retirement Strategies Radio

Jul 13, 2020

A little normalcy is returning in the world of sports with a 60-game baseball season. Bobby Bonilla hasn't played MLB in nearly 20 years, but since 2011 the Mets have been paying him over $1 million a year and will until 2035. He made a very smart move by opting to defer his contract buy out and putting off immediate financial gratification to have plenty of income rolling in during retirement. Darrell talks about how you can also create your own income plan with the money you’ve worked hard to save and invest… to pay yourself when you stop working!