There’s an old quote that says, “Age is the price of wisdom.” Let’s talk about how that applies to the financial world.
Fire extinguishers, airbags in your car, and smoke alarms in your house are all examples of things in life that don’t really seem to matter until they’re the only thing that matters. On that rare occasion when you need one of those items, you’ll either be very glad that you have one, or really regretting the fact that you don’t. Let’s talk about some of the things in the financial world that don’t matter until they do.
At first glance, each of these statements seem like basic common sense that everyone agrees with. But when we look at the way people actually behave with their money, it seems that common sense is actually a bit uncommon.
With March Madness just wrapping up and the NBA Playoffs around the corner, basketball is still on the mind for some people. What can we learn about retirement planning by exploring some concepts in the game of basketball?
If you understand some of the dirty little secrets of the financial world, it’ll help you cut through the clutter and allow you to focus on what’s most important.
We often see people making certain assumptions about retirement that just aren’t correct. Let’s explore some of those on today's show.
On this episode, we present you with five commandments that are worth of being written on stone tablets in your retirement plan.
Let’s talk about some financial planning “strategies” that don’t really work (even though some people, even some financial advisors, believe in them).
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.