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263: Peter Newman Part 1 - Successful Retirement Planning

The EsOp Podcast: Peter Newman, Part 1 - Planning Retirement Success

Part 1 of 3. Bret Keisling is joined by Peter Newman, founder of Peak Wealth Planning, a boutique financial advisory firm specializing in high net-worth individuals with an emphasis on employee ownership.


In this episode, Peter discusses the various considerations someone should make as they begin planning for a successful retirement.  Many employee owners may retire with a nest egg that generates more income than the salary.  Peter describes how a mindset shift can be necessary to focus on designing and funding a retirement lifestyle, and why making and implementing financial decisions during the career can have a huge impact on retirement.

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Episode 263 Show Notes

About Peter Newman

Peter Newman founded Peak Wealth Planning in 2014 to provide financial planning and investment management for individuals who built their wealth through ESOP participation, business ownership, or real estate investing. He helps families diversify their concentrated stock, reduce estate taxes, preserve wealth, and generate stable retirement income. 


Peter holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, considered by many to be the gold standard for investment management. Prior to founding Peak Wealth, Peter spent two decades in Treasury Operations at the University of Illinois System where he managed capital financing, insurance programs, banking, agricultural properties, and $3 billion of combined operating and endowment investments. 


In his free time, Peter enjoys vegetable gardening, biking, skiing, and home remodeling.


Learn more about Peter here and learn more about working with Peak Wealth Planning here.


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