Sometimes we just do something because that’s what we’ve always done, without giving it much thought. Christmas can easily become one of those seasons where we buy things and do things because well, that’s what we’ve always done.
This week on The One Minute Retirement Tip Podcast, I’ll be talking about how gratitude can help you be happy with less, help you become more patient with your money decisions, and help you make financial decisions that are consistent with your values.
Stocks tanked in late October due to record Covid-19 cases and uncertainty surrounding the Presidential election. Surprisingly, stocks rallied sharply following the election as the market celebrated gridlock.
Back in 2013, University of Chicago social scientist Harold Pollack asserted that you can fit all the financial advice you’ll ever need on a single index card.
How can you protect and grow the value of your business during crisis? On the Beyond Confidence Radio Show, Ashley Micciche "virtually" sits down with host Divya Parekh to share strategies and actionable ideas, to help owners take control of their businesses through...
As we approach the end of the year, it’s an important time to do some year-end tax planning to take advantage of opportunities to potentially lower your taxes before the door closes on December 31st.
Well here we are – it’s Presidential Election week. Some of you listening may be excited, anxious, or fearful – depending on what you want to happen in the election this week, and what that might mean for you personally.
The habits, behaviors, and attitudes of millionaires can teach us something about how to reach and maintain a financially secure retirement.
According to TD Ameritrade’s 2019 Retirement Pulse Survey, 58% of Americans surveyed think that $1 million will be enough for retirement.
How To Fund A College Education How to fund my kid’s college education? It’s a real concern for parents and one that Ashley Micciche addresses on Mater Dei Radio with host David Endres. Ashley shares her #1 tip when it comes to paying for college! LISTEN NOW
When retirement is so close that you can taste it, what are some of the essential things you’ll want to do in your last year of work before you retire?
We officially kicked off a new bull market when stocks rallied sharply in July and August, propelling the S&P 500 Index to new all-time highs. Historically, when a new bull market begins, the S&P 500 Index rises on average 46% over the next 12 months.
You might be asking…What is behavioral finance? Behavioral Finance is a relatively new field of study that has become more commonly understood over the last 20 years.
I’m talking about how to find opportunities right now in stocks, what to pay attention to, the risks associated with the upcoming election, whether or not you should be cautious about investing in tech stocks right now, and why the heck the stock market is having a surprisingly good year.
We Americans often have an unhealthy relationship with debt. There’s a lot of different reasons for this, but many of us have too much debt, which prevents us from saving enough and reaching our most important financial goals.
If you died today, how messy would it be for your spouse, your kids, or your executor to sort through your financial life? If this question makes you cringe a little, then this week’s tips on the One Minute Retirement Tip podcast are for you!
Exit Planning During A Pandemic “The people who are going to come out the other side of this okay, are the ones who are going to look for opportunities.” Ashley Micciche and the hosts of The Maximum Lawyer podcast, James Hacking and Tyson Mutrux dive into the...
Now's The Time To Plan For The Future! “What would happen to my business if something happened to me?” Ashley was a guest on the Restaurant Rockstars podcast with host Roger Beaudoin, talking about how to protect and grow your business during these uncertain and crazy...
As the U.S. economy continues to reopen, the Atlanta Fed is projecting GDP will grow +29.6% in the third quarter, with further strength expected in the 4th quarter.
Most people underestimate the importance of this decision, and too many people mistakenly decide to start drawing social security when they retire. But when you’re potentially going to collect over $1 million dollars from social security over your lifetime, this decision should not be taken lightly!