You might not pay as close attention to your birthdays as you get older, but there are some ages that you need to be paying attention to. On this episode, we’re sharing the most important birthdays in retirement planning. We’ll take you through some of the key ages, why they are important and what you should be thinking about as you approach retirement.
There’s enough financial jargon being used that even experienced investors get tripped up now and again. Today we’re going to talk about the investment terms you should know, what they mean and why they’re important to you and your financial future.
Putting together a solid retirement plan isn’t just about dollars and cents. We need to determine what really matters to you. Today’s show is all about why values-based planning is so important.
Low-interest rates, the cost of products going up, underfunded Social Security, and market volatility can really create some murky waters and make financial planning pretty difficult. We’ll share how to get clarity on your finances on today’s show.
Should you manage your own investments or work with an advisor? When should you do Roth conversions? Does having multiple IRAs make you diversified? These are all great questions we’ve received from listeners, and we’ll answer them on today’s show.
Between the war in Ukraine, gas prices, and inflation going up, the news has been pretty bleak lately. More people are talking about corrections, bear markets, and recessions. Today we’ll talk about those topics and what they mean to you and your money.
On this episode, we’ll breakdown a CNBC article that analyzes a recent Morningstar study. The study found that most of us have at least one money bias, some of us more than one, and that those biases are very possibly costing us money in our checking, savings, investing and retirement accounts. Listen to see if you might be impacted by a specific money bias and for strategies to get it back under control.