Rhian Horgan

Episode 77: April 5, 2017

Changing Financial Wellness in Retirement

Being the founder and CEO of a new venture is the goal of many professionals. In fact, 1 in 4 of today's MBA students plan to start a business at some point. Some entrepreneurs manage to start companies that not only fill a need, but also align with their personal goals and interests. After 17 years with JP Morgan advising families on their investment portfolio, Rhian Horgan decided to focus on her passions of technology, health, and wealth and started Kindur, an innovative startup that reimagines financial wellness during retirement. She joins us today to discuss her startup, how it began, and how it intends to change the way retirees manage their money.

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Show Notes
  • How does financial technology make investments more accessible
  • What is financial wellness
  • How important is it to plan for retirement
  • What is the link between health and wellness
  • How do pensions differ from a 401(k)
  • When should you start planning for retirement
  • How is the banking industry evolving
  • What should new entrepreneurs learn as they're starting out
  • When should you start collecting social security

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