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Jarrett Yehlen doesn't have much of a wrestling background, but he does have a background in college athletics. He also went to high school with me back in Virginia. On Episode 463 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Yehlen, a financial planner with Northwestern Mutual here in the Twin Cities, talks about some strategies that might help coaches and athletes of every level work on saving for retirement and what types of things they can set up.
Why is this important? Coaching, especially at the college level, is transient in nature. There's also camps and clinics that generates income from summer work, etc. We go through several scenarios that will help guide people in the right direction and offer some ideas on how to help save for now and for later.
And for our Poquoson friends back home, I'll mention George Mason coach Frank Beasley, who isn't to be confused with another friend from back in Poquoson, Frank Beazlie, who didn't wrestle.
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