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Weekly YouTube videos with essential financial information in 10 minutes or less.
- Business Exit Planning Tips
- Retirement Planning Secrets
- Tax and Investment Strategies
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.
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!
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!