Sometimes the easiest way to learn about something is to make it really simple. There are a lot of assumptions out there about finances, so let’s take some time to clear those up. Like the true/false tests you might have taken back in grade school, let’s play a round of fact or fiction to test your financial planning acuity.
How much of what you know or what you’ve heard is true when it comes to financial planning? Join us as we play a little game of fact or fiction when it comes to taxes, Social Security and investments.
What is your retirement savings for, and what are you working toward? We’ll focus on the non-financial side of retirement and talk about those questions today.
On today’s episode, we’re talking about the intersection of crisis and opportunity, two words you probably don’t think of together. But sometimes a financial crisis can create opportunities for people.
Today we’re sharing more financial questions we have received and how they might help you. You might find yourself in a similar situation and need this guidance.
Today we’re talking about financial questions we have received and how they might help you. You might find yourself in a similar situation so hopefully some of this guidance can benefit you or someone you know.
If you’re planning to retire by age 65, what areas do you need to have covered? We’ll tell you some specific things you need to have ready to go so you can retire by that age.