This topic is simple. Things related to your money, finances, and retirement that should get way more attention and excitement. Let’s give them the love they deserve on this episode.
There are plenty of proverbs and axioms that aren’t meant to be about money, but we can easily learn a financial lesson from them anyway. We’ll show you the hidden money meanings behind some of these popular sayings…
We've had a ton of email questions come in, so this week we're opening up the mailbag. We'll answer Jeff's question about the possibility of retiring early at 55, and offer some thoughts on investing in foreign currency. We'll also talk about what you might do with an inherited property, a few things should know about Stretch IRAs, and much more.
Some of retirement planning’s most important questions seem so simple at first. They can be asked in just 4-5 words and give the impression the answers are a simple “yes” or “no”. But it’s tricky because many of these questions can become overwhelming to answer. Let’s cover some of the important retirement questions that are harder to answer than you might think.
There’s a buzzword in the financial world called “safe money”, but it has a few different definitions and ways it is used. Everyone wants their money to be safe to a certain extent, but there’s a balancing act when it comes to having safe money and having a bit of risk.
The realities of retirement planning are different than they were even a decade ago. Let’s talk about some of the realities that affect how you need to plan…
Everyone has something that bothers them when it comes to their financial plan. We call them "pain points". On part 2, we'll cover the final two pain points. How can you counteract the uneasiness of walking away from a paycheck and what should you do about having anxiety of another market crash?
Everyone has something that bothers them when it comes to their financial plan. We call them "pain points". On the next two shows we'll cover the 5 most common pain points that are likely in your financial life. On part 1, we'll cover the worry of running out of money before dying, angst about taxes, and the fear of ending up in a nursing home.
Any advisor worth his or her salt is going to have a conversation with you about risk. But what in the world is “risk tolerance”? It’s a buzzword that gets used a lot in meetings with financial advisors, but we’ve found that a lot of people don’t have a great understanding of how their risk tolerance truly impacts their financial and retirement plans. Let’s fix that and give you the 411 on risk tolerance.