The Coronavirus pandemic has likely led to you hearing a lot more financial buzzwords and it’s possible you aren’t familiar with some of the terms getting thrown around. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular ones and see what we can learn from them.
In wake of the financial impacts COVID-19 has had on the economy, Congress just passed a bill call the CARES Act. We talk about the main points of this bill and how it could possibly benefit you and your family.
A lot of things in the financial landscape have an “it depends” resolution. It can be frustrating when things are so fluid and vary person to person. So, let’s discuss some financial truths that we can state with confidence and see what we can learn from them.
We talk all the time about how people need to give their dollars purpose or set goals for their retirement and even specifically for certain investments. But let’s dive deeper into what different goals look like for various folks approaching retirement. How do you determine if a goal is realistic or out of reach? We’ll tackle that conversation with plenty of examples on this episode.
Today's episode focuses on what basis points are and why it is important for you to understand this financial term. We also address an email question from Miles who asks if it is okay to work with multiple financial advisors.
It’s always good to keep yourself up to date with what’s going on in the financial world. But it’s also important to understand that the information you get from the media isn’t completely unbiased. Let’s talk about some of the problems with the financial media...
Sometimes people say they don’t want to retire...and sometimes they really mean it. Other times it’s just a defense mechanism to compensate for the fact that they feel like they can’t retire. So let’s explore some of the possible meanings behind the statement, “I don’t want to retire."
On this episode: Not everything goes smoothly in your financial life. We’ll look at some negative circumstances that many retirees and pre-retirees face and help you find the silver lining in the midst of tough situations. Subscribe to the show: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Google Play Spotify Stitcher TuneIn Radio... Read More
On this episode: With all of the things in the financial world that you can’t control, why would you sabotage your own retirement by messing up the things you can control? Let’s discuss some ways that people sabotage their own financial health. Subscribe to the show: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts... Read More
On this episode: This week we touch on diversification not only in your portfolio but in your news sources. Too much of any one resource might have you thinking the sky is falling or that everything will be fine forever. The reality is somewhere in the middle. Join us to... Read More
Even for people who have been very responsible with their money over the years, entering retirement can still be a challenge because it’s such a different stage of life. Let’s talk about some of the missteps that even responsible savers can make...
As we get into the 2nd half of 2019, there are several planning items you might want to run a quick checkup on. We continue to go through our checklist of items to consider as the year begins to wind down in this follow up conversation to last week's podcast.
As we get into the 2nd half of 2019, there are several planning items you might want to run a quick checkup on. Especially if you are retired, or planning to retire soon. Are you focusing on the right things? Listen to today’s podcast to find out.
Between wildfires, hurricanes, tornados and floods, there’s always a natural disaster making news headlines. And while life and limb aren’t at stake when it comes to your portfolio, experiencing a financial disaster can still have a catastrophic effect on your life in retirement. Let’s discuss some portfolio disasters that we’ve seen and how to avoid them
“Financial Security” might mean different things to different people, but for nearly everyone, making sure that they achieve their own definition of security is the most important part of their retirement plan. So, how do you define financial security? On today’s show, we’ll cover some of the popular responses we hear from clients during the planning process.