We always enjoy March Madness when it rolls around and we thought it might be fun to tie it into what we do everyday. Join us as we explore some of the strategies and rules of basketball and determine how they apply to retirement planning.
Is the pension becoming a thing of the past? More and more people are having to create income plans that don’t include a pension and it can present a different set of challenges. Today we’ll discuss the state of the American pension plan and what you need to know with and without one.
As people prepare for retirement, there are some common assumptions that get made. The problem is these assumptions can often lead you astray and underprepared financially. Today we’ll look address these misconceptions and explain why it’s important to never assume.
Business owners are particularly vulnerable to some misconceptions and false assumptions about their retirement. Today we’ll talk about the areas where Dale sees the biggest trouble areas when it comes to planning.
Is it okay to start Social Security before you retire? What about life insurance as a way to generate retirement income? We answer these questions plus a couple more that listeners have sent into the show.
The goal for your money is to help you reach retirement and utilizing it correctly will achieve that. Before making any financial decisions, it’s important to understand the three different qualities of money and which investments best align with your goals.
Retirement looks different for all of us but determining what kind of lifestyle you want to enjoy will help you plan. Let’s talk about the different types of lifestyles we see clients choose and what it means for building a proper plan.
Are you thinking about moving to a new state when you retire? Today we’ll look at a list of the top places people retire and discuss the common factors that go into make a decision like that. Plus, we’ll share the locations that many of our Minnesota clients have decided to live in retirement.
With so many Baby Boomers heading into retirement every day, they are finding different challenges and concerns than their parents had to deal with. We work with many people in that generation and have heard many of these things first hand. Today we’ll talk about where the worries are and what they can do to be prepared for a long retirement.
The change from summer to fall always gets us talking about the change in weather so we thought we’d carry that conversation over to the podcast. Join us as we provide correlations between what we see in the weather with how we prepare our finances.
There are plenty of financial planning strategies that have been passed down to each generation without losing effectiveness, but not everything can stand the test of time. Today we’ll identify five planning ideas that are either becoming obsolete or already hold little value anymore.
Your home is one of the biggest assets in your financial portfolio and there are a lot of decisions to make related to real estate. Let’s talk about the conversations we have with clients about mortgages, rental properties, downsizing, and more.