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How This Dentist Retired in His 50's with Jay Jorgenson and Kristy Hesby | 624

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Money Ripples Podcast

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Jay and Kristy have been in the dental industry and they have been on this journey to achieve financial freedom for a while. They sold their practice last year and as they retire in their 50s, they’re learning a lot of different ways to leverage their resources to finally achieve the freedom they’ve always wanted!

Key Talking Points of the Episode

[01:40] Invest with Secured Investment Corp! 
[02:21] Who are Jay and Kristy?
[03:39] What are Jay and Kristy’s backgrounds?
[07:05] How did Jay and Kristy discover Money Ripples?
[09:15] What was it like for Jay and Kristy to retire from being dentists?
[11:10] How was Kristy influenced by their family history?
[13:15] How does Kristy work with Jay’s ideas?
[14:29] What are some of the best decisions Jay and Kristy made?
[20:30] What are Jay and Kristy’s investment goals?
[21:10] How are Jay and Kristy using their infinite banking policy?
[23:35] What lessons have they learned from having their infinite banking policy?
[24:33] What advice do Jay and Kristy have for people listening?


“I felt like it was a safe holding spot until I could figure out what to do with it and eventually, we just got out of the stock market and even closed our 401K.”

“I’m borrowing all the money and making $1K a month while doing it. You just have to look specifically where it’s going.”

“It would’ve been easier to keep practicing dentistry. We would’ve made a lot of money, but at this point, I want time.”

“I had a great run in dentistry, I loved it, I accomplished everything I wanted to, but there are other things we can do and we have a lot of hobbies.”

“Those unfortunate circumstances happen and you grow or you fall apart.”

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