In honor of the upcoming 4th of July holiday weekend, we’re going to declare our financial independence. Join us as we lay out a list of things we want to be independent of when retirement rolls around.
If you’re a Delta employee or know someone who is, take a few minutes to listen to this special episode dedicated to the buyout offer being made by the airline. We’ll tell you what three considerations you need to make before making any career decisions.
Have you ever gotten lost? Not that much fun is it? Well, getting lost in the car or in the woods is a lot like getting lost in retirement planning. Let’s look at the reasons that people get lost, and then how to get back on track.
When you spend a lot of time thinking about how to and when to retire, you don’t want to overlook these easy ways to ruin it! On today’s episode we highlight five ways you could ruin your retirement if you aren’t careful.
If you work with an advisor, are you expecting expert advice or are you expecting to be the one who is right all the time? It’s a relationship of trust as you make wise decisions together, but you might not always be “right” when it comes to making financial plans.
Ready to suit up and compete in the Olympics? Since the 2020 Summer Olympics have been postponed, let’s keep the games going by applying it to the world of financial planing? Will your strategy and preparation help you succeed? Find out in today’s podcast!
Is financial fear and fatigue stopping you in your tracks? Let’s discuss some of the ways you can continue to move forward with your financial plan.
A lot of Americans are using this lockdown time to clean up around the house so let’s channel that energy to getting our finances organized as well. We’re going to open the doors to that financial closet you haven’t looked into for some time and talk about how to get everything in order.
A home is a place where we depend on for stability and security, which is similar to our financial plan. Let’s explore the similarities even further by discussing each key element for building a house and what that would equate to in your retirement planning process.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted just about everyone from a physical, emotional or financial standpoint. Now there’s relief on the way in the form of the CARES Act. Find out what this means for you as an investor and a small business owner.
Some investment options shouldn’t be anywhere near each other because they have totally different goals. Let’s apply the popular social distancing phrase to our finances and look at four situations where these products need to stay separated.
Think about your favorite movie quote. We all have one, right? Have you ever tried to apply a financial meaning to it? Today we’ll take seven popular movie quotes and we’ll make sense of them in terms of retirement planning.
Mutual funds have been a popular investment vehicle for many years but how well do you understand were your money is going? Today we’ll take you through the ins and outs of mutual funds by defining the key terminology and discussing the strategy behind the investment.
Working with a financial advisor is an important decision that isn’t usually made on a whim. Doing your research and meeting with advisors is a key part of the process to determine who best fits your needs. All financial professionals are unique but all of the good ones will have these five qualities.