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Weekly YouTube videos with essential financial information in 10 minutes or less.
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Interest rates are extremely low right now, and the Fed is likely to keep rates low for possibly many years to come. So with savings accounts, bonds, and CDs paying so little, how can you find income in this environment? That’s what I’ll be talking about this week.
Despite the frustration, anger, and anxiety that many of you are feeling right now due to the pandemic, the reality is that Covid is not going away any time soon. And it’s likely to usher in a number of changes to daily life, including how you plan for your retirement.
If you are like 101% of Americans, you probably would like to pay less in taxes. So this week, I’ll be sharing with you 5 tax-smart strategies to help you lower your tax bill in retirement.
Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, from the Breaking Money Silence podcast, is here to give you some tools to talk more openly about money with your spouse and loved ones.
Are we in for higher inflation in the coming years? And if so, what does that mean for you and your retirement? The problem right now is that our national debt is at a whopping $26 trillion and it’ll grow by another $5 million while you’re listening to today’s One Minute Retirement Tip.
The cost of healthcare is a big line item to factor into your spending in retirement and it’s something that many people forget to plan for when they are figuring out how to budget for this big expense.
A big problem that many people face as they approach retirement is that right around the time you’d like to retire, your kids go to college. How do you balance the competing needs of trying to get your kids through college without mountains of debt for them with your own need to continue saving for retirement?
Many people are nervous about investing during an election year. And in 2020 especially, there is so much more uncertainty because of coronavirus and the last several months of civil unrest!
This week is another guest takeover of the One Minute Retirement Tip! Nick True is here to share with you the Importance of Budgeting. Nick is the host of a very popular money flash briefing on Alexa, called 30 Second Money.