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Chris Hogan, Author of "Retire Inspired"

The focus on today’s show is retirement. I have an incredible guest who is out with a new book this week on this very subject. His name is Chris Hogan. He’s a former National Champion and an all American Football player turned financial advocate and author who currently works with Dave Ramsey and his team, helping audiences across the country with financial freedom.

Chris’s number one focus right now is retirement. He is out with a new book this week called, “Retire Inspired: It’s Not an Age, It’s a Financial Number.” In our conversation, we talk about what Chris calls the RIQ, the retirement IQ, what’s yours, what’s mine? The healthcare wild card had a factor in unpredictable health costs and retirement and so much more.

If you’d like to learn more about Chris Hogan visit his website https://www.chrishogan360.com/ or follow him on Twitter @ChrisHogan360.

One of my favorite quotes from our interview: “A lack of a plan means you can’t make progress.” – Click to Tweet

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