Ep 58: Planning for The Things We Can’t Predict

There are a lot of things in life we can't predict, but we have to plan for them anyway.

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The Game Plan

How do we plan for things we can’t predict? The stock market, healthcare, and taxes will all change in the future, but how? The stock market has been great over the past decade, yet a crash could happen at any time. Despite speculation, we can’t be sure what the future holds.

What about healthcare costs? You can’t predict what medical coverage will cost in the future. However, we can assume it’ll be higher. It’s important to structure your plan in a way that protects you from the unknown. On today’s episode, we’ll discuss the things we can’t predict when it comes to our finances and how we can protect our financial future anyways.

The X’s & O’s

Check out the timestamps below to skip around to specific topics on the show.

[1:29]When will be the next market crash?

[4:09] Can you predict healthcare costs?

[6:35] What will tax rates be in the future?

[9:56] How long are you going to live?

The best thing to do is plan, live your life, do the things you want to do and make sure you have your family taken care of.

– Dale Tondryk

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Do you like to take risks? Or would you rather play it safe and steady? When it comes to the market risk can come with great reward, but it can also be damaging if our risk tolerance is out of balance with our plan. Most people don’t realize how much risk they are taking on and have a much lower tolerance than their portfolio reflects. 

Ep 66: Picking Sides in Important Financial Debates

Financial debates have existed for a long time and when we’re planning we may encounter quite a few. While there are various opinions out there, not everyone’s solution will fit your needs. Each situation is going to depend on your plan and goals.

Ep 65: Are These Retirement Statistics Encouraging or Disturbing?

We’ve gathered some updated retirement statistics from across the country. It’s time to find out if these are encouraging or disturbing findings if they’re reflective of the average client, and what you can do to improve your own retirement preparedness based on this information.

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