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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.
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.
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.
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?
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.