Retirement Expert Jack Phelps Publishes New Article Evaluating the Challenges of Carrying A Mortgage Into Retirement
Jack Phelps, founder of The Relaxing Retirement Coach, walks readers through a series of questions to help readers determine whether to pay off their mortgage in retirement.
Wellesley, MA– May 12, 2011 – Jack Phelps, founder of The Relaxing Retirement Coach, a Retirement Coaching company, recently published an article on his website (http://www.theretirementcoach.com) addressing the question of whether or not to pay off a mortgage before retiring. The article, titled “Is it a SIN to Have a Mortgage in Retirement?” evaluates circumstances in which carrying a mortgage into retirement is a sound financial strategy.
Jack Phelps writes, “The key point to remember is that a mortgage is a “tool” in your retirement planning toolbox. It doesn’t work for everyone. But, it can be extremely effective for some.”
The Relaxing Retirement Coach, Inc. provides their members with the ‘missing structure’ they need to make a seamless and relaxing transition to their retirement years so they can confidently do everything they want to do without worrying about money. Their Relaxing Retirement Coaching Program™ provides members with a personalized, one-on-one retirement coaching relationship with constant attention to each and every detail necessary for them to consistently enjoy a relaxing retirement experience.
The entire article can be found at http://www.theretirementcoach.com/articles/is-it-a-sin-to-have-a-mortgage-in-retirement-3.php
To learn more about The Relaxing Retirement Coach, Inc., please visit http://www.theretirementcoach.com
About Jack Phelps
Prior to developing The Relaxing Retirement Coaching Program™ back in 1994, Jack spent five years as a registered representative with Prudential Financial Services. In 1992, he received his Chartered Financial Consultant designation from The American College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. In 1989, Jack graduated from Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts with a B.A. in Economics.