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    CBS Eye on Money
    Employee Stock Purchase Plan

    CBS Eye on Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 16:19


    With $3k each month in surplus cash flow, should we be dumping it all into our employee stock purchase plans?Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Framework with Jamie Hopkins
    Marguerita Cheng: Retirement Planning is Personal

    Framework with Jamie Hopkins

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 36:26


    The retirement planning work of Marguerita (Rita) Cheng, CFP®, CEO at Blue Ocean Global Wealth, is inspired by lessons from her parents. With a large age gap between them, Rita's mother was only 46 when her father retired at age 60, and her sister was still in high school. That presented a different set of needs than a traditional position where kids are grown and gone and the retiring couple is in the same age bracket. Seeing them navigate these circumstances convinced Rita that the more options people have, the better. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework. Carson Group is committed to advancing financial literacy. Our coaches work with thousands of FPA members. Schedule a consultation to learn how Carson can help you help your clients and grow your business.Investment products contain risk and may lose value. There is no guarantee that an investment product will be successful in achieving its objectives. Investors should consult their investment professional prior to making an investment decision.This podcast is brought to you by Carson Group and PIMCO, who are unaffiliated entities. This material contains the opinions of the speakers and not necessarily of Carson Group or PIMCO and such opinions are subject to change without notice. This podcast may include discussions of investment strategies. These discussions are for illustrative purposes only and may not be appropriate for all investors. The discussions are not based on any particularized financial situation, or need, and are not intended to be, and should not be construed as, a forecast, research, investment advice or a recommendation for any specific PIMCO or other strategy, product or service. Individuals should consult with their own financial advisors to determine the most appropriate allocations for their financial situation, including their investment objectives, time frame, risk tolerance, savings and other investments. Pimco does not provide legal or tax advice.  Further, this seminar is not intended to provide specific legal, tax, or other professional advice in this podcast. For a comprehensive review of your personal situation, always consult with a tax or legal advisor. The discussion herein is general in nature and is provided for informational purposes only. There is no guarantee as to its accuracy or completeness.  Any tax statements contained herein are not intended or written to be used, and cannot be relied upon or used for the purpose of avoiding penalties imposed by the Internal Revenue Service or state and local tax authorities. Individuals should consult their own legal and tax counsel as to matters discussed herein and before entering into any estate planning, trust, investment, retirement, or insurance arrangement.           

    CBS Eye on Money
    Should I Keep My CDs or Open a Brokerage Account?

    CBS Eye on Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 13:41 Very Popular


    With $20,000 tied up in CDs earning next to nothing, is there something better I should be doing with the money, even if it means blowing out of the CDs? Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Your Money, Your Wealth
    Working After Retirement and Wealth Gifting Strategies - 390

    Your Money, Your Wealth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 37:50 Very Popular


    When you retire and when you actually stop working may be two different things. How can you get a raise when you're working for a startup in retirement? Should you do Roth conversions before or after you quit working? Plus, find out what Joe and Big Al think about a 529 and series I bond gifting strategy, and using whole life insurance to transfer wealth to the kids. Show notes, free financial resources, the YMYW podcast survey, and Ask Joe & Big Al On Air: https://bizlink.to/ymyw-390

    Simply Financial with Christopher Calandra
    A Fulfilling Retirement – Everyday American Series

    Simply Financial with Christopher Calandra

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 28:50


    Rate & review the Simply Financial Podcast on ITunesSpecial Guest: Bob KaneBob is the coach & leader of the Dragonboat Team, The Leatherneck Warriors. For more information on The Villages Dragon Boat teams, visit: https://Leatherneckwarriordragonboatteam.com/https://sparta70dragonboatteam.com/

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 253 FOUR FROGS ON A LOG

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:49


    At some point, I think we have all been guilty of deciding to take action or committing to make a change and failing to act. Unless we actually get off the log, we never move forward. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs.  Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.

    Barenaked Money
    Episode 54: Special Guest Carl Richards | Behavior Gap

    Barenaked Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 44:46


    In this week's episode, we were fortunate to be joined by Carl Richards of The Behaviour Gap. Carl is a renowned author, a Certified Financial Planner™ and creator of the Sketch Guy column, appearing weekly in The New York Times since 2010. Carl has also been featured on Marketplace Money, Oprah.com, and Forbes.com. In addition, Carl has become a frequent keynote speaker at financial planning conferences and visual learning events around the world.

    Framework with Jamie Hopkins
    Robert Powell: Helping Advisors Reimagine Retirement Planning

    Framework with Jamie Hopkins

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:56


    Retirement income planning is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Yet many advisors fail to use all of the tools available to them as they plan the best version of their clients' retirement years, says Robert (Bob) Powell, an award-winning financial journalist who is widely known as "Mr. Retirement." In today's episode of Carson Group and PIMCO's Retirement Income Series, Bob offers an assessment of what advisors are doing well — and what they could be doing better. In a candid conversation with Jamie and Devin Ekberg, Senior Consultant and Education Advisor with PIMCO, he also reveals details of his own retirement plan. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.Carson Group is committed to advancing financial literacy. Our coaches work with thousands of FPA members. Schedule a consultation to learn how Carson can help you help your clients and grow your business.Investment products contain risk and may lose value. There is no guarantee that an investment product will be successful in achieving its objectives. Investors should consult their investment professional prior to making an investment decision.This podcast is brought to you by Carson Group and PIMCO, who are unaffiliated entities. This material contains the opinions of the speakers and not necessarily of Carson Group or PIMCO and such opinions are subject to change without notice. This podcast may include discussions of investment strategies. These discussions are for illustrative purposes only and may not be appropriate for all investors. The discussions are not based on any particularized financial situation, or need, and are not intended to be, and should not be construed as, a forecast, research, investment advice or a recommendation for any specific PIMCO or other strategy, product or service. Individuals should consult with their own financial advisors to determine the most appropriate allocations for their financial situation, including their investment objectives, time frame, risk tolerance, savings and other investments. Pimco does not provide legal or tax advice.  Further, this seminar is not intended to provide specific legal, tax, or other professional advice. For a comprehensive review of your personal situation, always consult with a tax or legal advisor. The discussion herein is general in nature and is provided for informational purposes only. There is no guarantee as to its accuracy or completeness.  Any tax statements contained herein are not intended or written to be used, and cannot be relied upon or used for the purpose of avoiding penalties imposed by the Internal Revenue Service or state and local tax authorities. Individuals should consult their own legal and tax counsel as to matters discussed herein and before entering into any estate planning, trust, investment, retirement, or insurance arrangement. 

    Talking Cents
    Ballin' on a Budget

    Talking Cents

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 16:25


    Webster defines ballin' as…wait. That's not a real word. Let's try this again.Wiktionary defines ballin' as having an ostentatiously wealthy lifestyle. Is it still ballin' if you're trying to be fiscally responsible? We're looking today at how to strike a balance between your short-term needs/desires and your long-term financial goals.MoneyWorks MoneyGuide 

    Retirement Solutions Radio
    The Ultimate Retirement Planning Quiz

    Retirement Solutions Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 39:57


    How well are you prepared for retirement? And are you sure you haven't overlooked anything? Take the Ultimate Retirement Planning Quiz on Retirement Solutions Radio. Air Date: 8/6/22

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 260 DOW Faucets & Snowmobiles

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 9:37


    The quest for lifestyle deflation continues - Check out my Deal O The Week Double Header. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs.  Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.

    The Get Ready For The Future Show
    The Three-Legged Stool

    The Get Ready For The Future Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 36:07


    Social Security. Pension. Personal savings. Many financial planners once used the three legs to describe the most common sources of retirement income. But times have changed! Social Security alone won't cut it and pensions are nearly extinct. But in this episode, we're going to look at what should be supporting you in retirement and how we can help!Originally aired 8/3/2022

    Investing Insights
    Will Rising Interest Rates and Inflation Sink Dividend Stocks?

    Investing Insights

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 15:31 Very Popular


    In this week's podcast, Dave Sekera and David Harrell discuss midyear dividend stock picks, Russ Kinnel reveals 3 good funds having a great year, and Carole Hodorowicz and Katherine Lynch talk about how to prepare for a recession.

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 254: After The Accident

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:50


    Optimizing retirement income doesn't happen with a product like investments, life insurance, 401k, real estate or annuities. None of these things by themselves will help you maximize retirement income. You must have an integrated approach that balances the economics of retirement accumulation and retirement income. I am pulling back the kimono on old outdated Wall Street advice without losing site of critical planning decisions related to estate and asset protection planning. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs.  Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach.   DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.

    CBS Eye on Money
    Asset Allocation Concerns

    CBS Eye on Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 11:10


    I left my financial advisor several months ago and have a variety of retirement accounts and I'm not sure if I should consolidate and if my mix of assets is ideal.Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Perfect Game Retirement
    Ep 62: Can You Get An A+ On Our Retirement Planning Quiz?

    Perfect Game Retirement

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:26


    Don't dread this as much as you hated hearing these words as a kid, but it's time for a pop quiz! We're putting retirement planning preparedness under the microscope with 5 critical questions to which you need to know the answers. So sharpen those pencils and let's see how ready you are for retirement. Get your Retirement Coach 360 session: Call: 470-508-0508 Website: https://blackoakam.com/

    Re-Engineering Your Finances Podcast
    Can You Get An A+ On Our Retirement Planning Quiz?

    Re-Engineering Your Finances Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 15:38


    Don't dread this as much as you hated hearing these words as a kid, but it's time for a pop quiz! We're putting retirement planning preparedness under the microscope with 5 critical questions to which you need to know the answers. So sharpen those pencils and let's see how ready you are for retirement. Important Links: Website: https://www.cpweldegroup.com/ Call: 610-388-7705

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 259 WYS Cash vs Credit

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 15:15


    Podcast Listener Jimmie writes in with a question about paying cash for a car versus financing. Jimmie thought that paying cash was the best way to buy things. When you consider that the purchase is only one part of the overall equation, it is clear that cash is not king in this case. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs.  Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.

    Cortburg Speaks Retirement
    Staying on Track with Your Retirement Investments

    Cortburg Speaks Retirement

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 8:25


    In this audio podcast, Miguel Gonzalez shares ways to help you stay on track with your retirement investments while building your retirement nest egg.

    PROFIT With A Plan
    EP166 Business Retirement Planning - Barry S Rutten, CFP®

    PROFIT With A Plan

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 44:12


    Marcia brings contrarian financial planner, Barry S Rutten, back to continue the financial conversation for business owners.  Barry and I discuss ways that business owners can plan for retirement.  There are many strategies that are available to businesses beyond the traditional ideas that corporate employees are used to.   Business owners need more options to put away enough money to keep the lifestyle they are used to and to maximize the tax advantages. Barry is offering business owners some great resources on his site @ www.wealthdefensegroup.com/bobs ================= Join Marcia on her FREE training "How To 10X Your Profit & the value of your firm - Register @ www.10XYourFirm.com Please subscribe & ring the bell for reminders about next week's show. ================= About Marcia: She is a business growth strategist helping service-based professionals to increase their profits and strengthen their business so that it is worth selling someday. She works closely with her clients to turn their business into an attractive & profitable business asset they can enjoy until they decide it's time to stop. She helps them get a return on their business investment. Marcia is the CEO of Trajectory Consulting & can be found at www.TrajectoryBiz.com Curious and have questions? Text me @ (949) 229-2112

    Your Money, Your Wealth
    Save for a Home or Save for Retirement? - 389

    Your Money, Your Wealth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:24 Very Popular


    Should you save for a house down payment or invest for retirement? How much long term capital gains tax do you pay on a rental property when you sell it after 20 years, and how does a 1031 exchange work? Also, opening a Roth IRA with the Backdoor Roth strategy, and the 5 year Roth withdrawal rules explained. Plus, a couple retirement spitball analyses: are you saving too aggressively for retirement? Can you avoid the Medicare IRMAA, or income related monthly adjustment amount, and high taxes from required minimum distributions? Show notes with annual podcast survey, free financial resources, and Ask Joe & Big Al On Air: https://bizlink.to/ymyw-389

    Off The Wall
    What You Need to Know About Planning Your Income After Your Career Ends with Morningstar's Christine Benz

    Off The Wall

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 48:47


    You want to be as financially unbreakable as possible, even after your career ends, right? No matter what age you “retire”, or stop working, you still need to have an income to thrive. So, how do you plan to have an income after you stop working?   In this episode of Off the Wall, hosts David Armstrong and Jessica Gibbs welcome Christine Benz, Director of Personal Finance and Retirement Planning at Morningstar, to talk about how to plan to have an income when you aren't working anymore, regardless of your age.   Listen in to learn the recommended withdrawal rate for spending, the role of asset allocation and inflation in retirement planning, and how to navigate a down market near the end of your career. Plus, you'll learn tips and tactics for making your savings last longer, refilling your cash reserve after spending it, and improving the sustainability of your post-career wealth plan.   “Most people, if they have a more vanilla asset class exposure in their portfolios, will not find easy pickings for rebalancing, which is why I think we come back to this idea of having 12 months', 18 months', 2 years' worth of portfolio withdrawals in cash to protect you in an environment like this one.” – Christine Benz   Episode Timeline/Key Highlights: [00:55] Introducing Christine Benz & The topic of today's episode [02:59] The 4% withdrawal rate explained & Is it still the right rule of thumb for retirement? [08:21] Variables, like bequest motives, that influence your personal withdrawal strategy. [11:38] When is the updated Morningstar report on withdrawal rates coming out? [12:36] Sequence of return risk & How should investors navigate a down market around the end of their full-time job? [21:14] How to refill and rebalance your cash bucket, bond bucket, growth bucket, etc. [29:03] Practical ways to make your savings last longer without compromising your quality of life. [33:55] Do I need a financial planner? [35:36] How to approach rising inflation in retirement. [42:03] Unique challenges and decisions that come with a $5 million+ portfolio.   Relevant Resources & Episodes Mentioned: Listen to The Long View podcast: https://bit.ly/3SaKsJ6 Read “The State of Retirement Income: Safe Withdrawal Rates”: https://bit.ly/3PMxwrl Your Money or Your Brain by Jason Zweig: https://amzn.to/2M96AFx The Little Book of Safe Money by Jason Zweig: https://amzn.to/3bea9Ib   About Christine Benz: Christine Benz is Morningstar's director of personal finance and retirement planning and author of 30-Minute Money Solutions: A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Your Finances and the Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds: 5-Star Strategies for Success. She's also the host of Morningstar's podcast, The Long View, where she talks to influential leaders in investing, advice, and personal finance about a wide range of topics like asset allocation and balancing risk and return.   In 2020, Christine was named to the Investment Advisor 25 (IA25), ThinkAdvisor's List of the 25 Most Influential Financial Leaders, and Barron's Inaugural List of 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance.   Connect with Christine Follow her on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3PW0IvQ Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3ORRBeA Buy Christine's books: https://amzn.to/3QcH8v5 Read articles written by Christine: https://bit.ly/3cZ4tSK Listen to The Long View podcast: https://bit.ly/3bmwdjZ   Connect with Monument Wealth Management Visit our website: https://bit.ly/monumentwealthwebsite Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthIG Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthTW Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthLI Connect with us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthFB Subscribe to our blog: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthBlog   About “Off the Wall” Off the Wall is a podcast aimed at helping you answer the questions: What is the point of my wealth, and what actions can I take to accomplish that purpose? Your answers to those questions will be different from everyone else's. As Wealth Managers, we're skilled at helping our clients think through these challenging, but important, questions.    Learn more about our hosts, Dave and Jessica on our website at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com.   Please see important podcast disclosure information at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com/disclosures.    

    Retirement Planning - Redefined
    Ep 50: Can You Get An A+ On Our Retirement Planning Quiz?

    Retirement Planning - Redefined

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 17:10


    Don't dread this as much as you hated hearing these words as a kid, but it's time for a pop quiz! We're putting retirement planning preparedness under the microscope with 5 critical questions to which you need to know the answers. So sharpen those pencils and let's see how ready you are for retirement. Helpful Information: PFG Website: https://www.pfgprivatewealth.com/ Contact: 813-286-7776 Email: info@pfgprivatewealth.com Disclaimer: PFG Private Wealth Management, LLC is a registered investment adviser. All statements and opinions expressed are based upon information considered reliable although it should not be relied upon as such. Any statements or opinions are subject to change without notice. Information presented is for educational purposes only and does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities, investments, or investment strategies. Investment involve risk and, unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed. Information expressed does not take into account your specific situation or objectives and is not intended as recommendations appropriate for any individual. Listeners are encouraged to seek advice from a qualified tax, legal, or investment adviser to determine whether any information presented may be suitable for their specific situation. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Transcript of Today's Show: For a full transcript of today's show, visit the blog related to this episode at https://www.pfgprivatewealth.com/podcast/ ----more---- Speaker 1: Welcome into the podcast. It's Retirement Planning Redefine with John and Nick and it's pop quiz time. We're going to have a little fun here with a retirement pop quiz. And don't worry, it's only five questions and it's multiple choice. So we make this pretty easy. Guys, did you enjoy pop quizzes? When you hear that phrase, do you automatically get filled with dread or with joy? Nick, I'll start with you. How you doing buddy? What's going on?   Nick: Oh, pretty good. Fortunately, I was a pretty good test taker, so never bothered me that much.   Speaker 1: Okay.   Nick: But, so I luck out that way, but I know a lot of people dread it.   Speaker 1: Oh, for sure. Well, you know what? You are the first person, congratulations that I've talked to when I've doing the pop quiz that have said, all right, let's do it. I have no problems with it.   Nick: I don't know if I can go that far, but yeah.   Speaker 1: Oh, there you go.   Nick: At least not depressed.   Speaker 1: Not depressed. Okay. John, what's going on my friend? How you doing?   John: Ah, doing all right.   Speaker 1: Yeah.   John: I was in between, it depended on the class.   Speaker 1: Okay. Okay.   John: If was something I enjoyed,   Speaker 1: Yeah.   John: It was, let's roll. If it was something I dreaded, I was like aw man.   Speaker 1: I think that's fair. I think, well, this,   John: Got to throw this at me right now.   Speaker 1: Yeah. I think that's fair. But this should be pretty easy, because this is right up your guys' alley obviously. Right. So this is retirement planning, pop quiz. So folks can play along with us here. I'm going to basically give you guys the question, give you the multiple choice answer. Let you give us the best answer from the choices. And then if you'd like to elaborate on something different or why none of them are a good idea feel free to do that as well. And I can never hear pop quiz anymore without thinking of the movie Speed from the 90s now. I only hear the Dennis Hopper going pop quiz, punk.   Nick: Great movie.   John: That was just on TV the other day. I was scrolling and I saw, and I'm like, oh man, like Nick just said, this is a really good movie.   Speaker 1: It's a remote dropper. Yeah.   John: Yeah.   Speaker 1: Yeah. You'll drop the remote and watch it. So, pop quiz for the guys here. Let's see how we do. This is kind of just a retirement pop quiz, just five basic questions to check your preparedness or what you might have done and see if we should do things differently or whatever. So number one, I'll give this one to you, John. At what age should people start saving for retirement A, when they begin working B, after they buy their first home or C, once they've paid off all their debt?   John: I'm going to have to go with A, when you begin working. Everyone probably has a different situation, but I'll say that as soon as you start making income, it's good to start saving towards retirement or saving in general. And yeah I'll use one of my clients as an example, started out young, I think started with me when he was 24. And a big question was, Hey, I'm making money. What should I do? And we just started overfunding his retirement accounts. And seven, eight years later life happened, two or three kids.   Speaker 1: Sure.   John: Bought a house, all this stuff. And with all the expenses, he can't save as much, but he's built up such a nice nest egg from his 20s that he's really in an excellent spot. So we just really started out strong and,   Speaker 1: That's a good idea. Yeah.   John: Everyone's seeing those charts where the sooner you start, the more you have at the end, but yeah, there's a lot of truth to that. So I would say as soon as you start an income and have some money, I would definitely sock it away because you don't know what the future's going to hold.   Speaker 1: Now that's a great idea because then when you do, when life does happen, which I was thinking about that with the home thing, it gets tougher. So then if he's only able to put just a little bit away from time to time or on each paycheck or whatever, from the job getting the match or whatever, then you're already up on the game a little bit. So I like that. Nick, want to chime in at all?   Nick: Yeah. I think the answer is just yes. As soon as you can start saving, you should even, and I know it's something that's talked about a lot, but even if you can just save up to the match and kind of get some free money from your employer,   Speaker 1: Right.   Nick: The sooner because it's more about habits than necessarily the amount and just kind of getting used to creating smart habits is really a positive thing that last a long time.   Speaker 1: Yeah. That's a good point too. And let's be honest. See, come on, when you paid off all your debts, does that ever happen? Like we'd always be chasing something. Right. Somewhere through life.   Nick: Yeah. There's always something.   Speaker 1: Yeah. Well I'll do it after I this or I'll do it after I that. Right. So you don't want to go that route. All right, Nick, I'll give you this one here. Number two, which of these is the best estimate of how much income you'll need in retirement, A 50% of your income, current income, B 85% of your current income, C, 100% of your current income or D, none of the above.   Nick: This is one of those questions that I'll probably annoy people with on the answers. There should maybe be like another option that lets you pick multiple. So the key kind of word in this is need. So in theory, 85% is probably the number for a lot of people.   Speaker 1: That's kind of what we hear, right? That's the term we hear. Yeah.   Nick: But at the same time, from the standpoint of many people that we talked to, they're looking to, especially after the massive market run that we've had over the last 10, 12 years, even including this pull back recently, a lot of people have ended up with more money than they expected, and they're wanting to do things and travel and enjoy, and it becomes less about need more about what actually do you want to do? So I would say somewhere between 85 and 100%. One other thing that we've seen for some people is, especially those that work at large employers. We've had a couple people pointed out recently in the last six months. We've got some people that were used to paying 100 to maybe $200 a month for health insurance per person. And now when they see what they're going to pay with Medicare and so to supplement things like that, there's some expenses that maybe are higher than what they expected. So I would say somewhere between that 85 and 100% is where a lot of people end up.   Speaker 1: Yeah. Yeah. I think we hear the 85. John, I used to hear this comedian. It was pretty funny a way of looking at it. If you've ever been on puddle jumpers. Right. Any of us that have gotten on a plane where you go to little island hopping or whatever, they ask how much you weigh. Right. Because then they say, well, you go, well, why? And they go, well, because we want to know how much fuel to put in. And this guy goes, well, fill it up. Here's my credit card. Right. It's on me, I'll pay because the idea is, so you don't want to just get sort of to retirement and then say, well, 85% enough. I would say 100% is what a lot of people are hoping for because they typically don't want to go backwards in their lifestyle. Is that a fair assessment?   John: Yeah, I would say so. The big thing that typically where I think most people assume 85% is the mortgage might be gone or maybe you were saving 15% into your retirement account. So, that's a spend that's gone, but 100% is you want to maintain the lifestyle. But everyone as Nick kind of stated earlier, everyone's different and everyone's situation's different. So very important to do a plan and make sure that you're living off the income you want to live off of versus just needing, so.   Speaker 1: What you need. Yeah. Okay. Fair enough. All right, John, back to you and I've kind of basically just going back and forth with you guys a little bit here.   John: Yep.   Speaker 1: Number three, which of these do you find that retirees fear the most, pretty easy one here I think A, not leaving enough to the kids, B running out of money or C nursing home care? John, what say you?   John: I'm going with B, running out of money. That seems to be the biggest fear, because I think most people don't want to go back to work. And then we hear a lot of times where we're doing plans and it's Hey, I don't want to be old greeter at Walmart at some point. So, let's make sure that the plans solid. So, one thing to alleviate this fear when we're doing planning is, we try to be conservative with the rate of return we're using, the expenses to make sure, Hey, it's better to air on the side of caution versus be aggressive with these things because last thing we want to do is hit your mid 80s and you're looking at your accounts and you starting to get a little nervous, so.   Speaker 1: Exactly, exactly. And I think that's, everybody's going to say B, although Nick, C is right behind it for many people. I mean like neck and neck.   Nick: Yeah. Yeah. There's definitely in theory, I think a lot of times B and C, C can lead to B, realistically in other words, Hey, is there going to be enough money left over for me to have respectable care towards the end of my life? So ultimately it ends up leading to do I have the money, sort of thing, or have I planned properly and do I understand how that ties together? But yeah, I've got a few clients. What I've seen that a little bit more too is in a lot of single clients that they're heavily focused on that, especially women oftentimes,   Speaker 1: For the long term care, you mean?   Nick: Yeah, for sure. And a lot of men like to use the line, just take me out back and that whole thing.   Speaker 1: Yeah.   Nick: Hear that plenty as well. But there's so many people that are living longer and it's, I was just up North and we were kind of, I was talking with friends and kind of seeing some long time friends and their parents that I haven't seen in a while. And there was a bunch of friends who parents still had one of their parents alive, usually the mom and they were all in their 90s and,   Speaker 1: Right.   Nick: Still doing pretty well. And, but the circle of care needed to help make sure that they maintain. And my grandmother was with my parents and I know how difficult that is. And it's a lot of work. So that's definitely something that people are concerned about.   Speaker 1: Yeah. It's got to be on the radar. It's got to be part of the plan. And if you plan right, hopefully you won't have to worry about either one of those. And then if there's something left over, then you can do A as well and leave some money to the kids. So it's all possible, but it's got to have some strategizing going on there. It's got to have some retirement planning redefined if you will. All right. So let's see. Nick back to you here for the lead answer. Number four, which of these examples best represents a diversified retirement plan, A, a mix of 60% stocks and 40% bonds, B three rental homes and a good amount of cash in the bank. So rental income there. C, 10 to 12 different mutual funds or D, none of the above.   Nick: My answer is D none of the above. A lot of people, I think they think about like a 60, 40 mixes.   Speaker 1: Traditional, right.   Nick: A pretty traditional answer, but in our minds, this is the emphasis on the plan. For example, I'll just use two sets of family members. So you've got one set of family members where there's a pension involved. So that pension, between pension and social security live within their means, expenses are covered. They never saved as much as maybe they would have if they had had higher income and were able to save more. And they're in a very comfortable position from a retirement standpoint whereas maybe another set of family members, a sibling earned more money over time, but also spent more money and don't have as many kind of income producing assets going into retirement. And there's a lot more stress there. And so, really the plan from a diversified plan standpoint, it's really ends up being a function of people's risk tolerance and how much sort of risk they're willing to take. You can tell somebody that, Hey, 60, 40 mix of stocked bonds is great till you're blue in the face, but if they don't have market tolerance, then it's never going to work.   Speaker 1: Right. Yeah.   Nick: And so, you have to adapt and adjust, and that's our job as advisors.   Speaker 1: Yeah. And John, typically those 10 to 12 different mutual funds, they're probably large cap. Right. So there're probably a ton of overlap in there and 40% in bonds, I mean, bonds aren't doing so great.   John: Yeah. I think, to kind of back when Nick's saying here, when you look at what's going on today in this market year to date with equity stocks being down and then rates going up, which in turn fixed income markets are down. So both of those at this point in time are down 10 plus percent. So that's not a very good,   Speaker 1: Yeah.   John: Diversified strategy for this period.   Speaker 1: Yeah. 60, 40 is that traditional portfolio split. And it had its place for a long time, but it just doesn't seem to be the case for many people, more and more people right now. So it's always best again, to get it kind of customized. So yeah, I would say none of the above, or at least maybe a little bit of each of these three kind of sprinkled in is more diversified than just one of them. All right. Last question, John will lead off with you here. To make sure you do not run out of money in retirement, only withdrawal blank percent from your portfolio each year A, 1%, B 4%, C 6% or D just find a different strategy altogether.   John: Yeah. I'm going to go with D on this. The rule of thumb typically we hear is 4%, but I'm going to say this is one you definitely don't want to live by the rule of thumb and you want to customize a plan to yourself because everyone's going to be different. And if you just live by a rule of thumb on this one, there's a good chance that you're going to hit that fear of most retirees and that's running out of money. Or if you're just doing 1%, you might not be living to the best of your ability. So, definitely here it's D and do a plan and figure out what's your strategy.   Speaker 1: Yeah. Nick, do you concur with that one?   Nick: Yeah. I think an example from this is the last really seven to 10 years where a lot of people that were maybe risk averse, avoided some of the market. And we know that it was very, very difficult to get any sort of return on conservative money. So whether it's cash in the bank, CDs,   Speaker 1: Right.   Nick: Bonds, those sorts of things. And so it made it difficult for people that were conservative to be able to sustain that sort of withdrawal rate and really it kind of emphasize the importance of having an overall balance. But yeah, again, one of the things that we tell people oftentimes is that one of the good things about kind of planning in the financial world is that there's something for everybody, and that can be one of the bad things too, because it makes it hard for people to navigate. But usually, once you really kind of drill down and figure out what people are comfortable with, there's some sort of solution out there, or combination of solutions to kind of get them to the point that they need to be. And that's kind of the importance of planning.   Speaker 1: Yeah, definitely. And the 4% rule, it was a fine rule of thumb for a while, maybe back of the napkin. But most of the time you hear people say it's more like maybe 2.9 or 3.1. And so it's just better to find a specific strategy altogether versus relying on in general. Again, if you're out to dinner and you're just doing some quick math and you say, Hey, we'll use 4% or something like that. Maybe that's one thing, but really at the end of the day, getting it dialed in for what you actually need to do, get a strategy, get a plan and get started if you're not working with a qualified professional, like the team at PFG Private Wealth. So reach out to John and Nick, if you need some help and you're not already working with them and your checking out the podcast. You can find them online at pfgprivatewealth.com. That's the website, lot of good tools, tips, and resources.   Speaker 1: You can contact them that way. You can subscribe to the podcast, whatever you'd like to do. Find all the information again at pfgprivatewealth.com or reach out to them at 813-286-7776. Guys, you did well. You passed. So thanks for hanging out and playing the game with us here on the show. And we'll see you next time on Retirement Planning Redefined with John and Nick.

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 260 DEATH & RETIREMENT

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 18:03


    Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs.  Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.

    CBS Eye on Money
    In My 20s and Looking for a Financial Checkup

    CBS Eye on Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 20:51


    Even though I'm only in my 20s, I feel like I'm in need of a financial checkup, especially regarding a gifted mutual fund account. Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 259 Just Say No to Wall Street

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 10:32


    AT THE END OF A RECENT CALL WITH ONE OF MY CLIENTS, I ASKED IF THERE WAS ANYTHING ON THEIR MIND. THEY SAID, "FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK, WE WERE WONDERING IF YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO WORK WITH OUR SON" FULL DETAILS ARE IMPORTANT. THEIR SON HAD DONE A GREAT JOB AND SAVED UP OVER $250,000 BY AGE 30.  HE HAS A GREAT JOB BUT HIS BIGGEST DESIRE IS TO GET INTO THE REAL ESTATE FLIPPING GAME. MY CLIENTS ARE RETIRED AND AFTER SELLING THEIR VERY SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA, THEY PROMPTY MOVED OUT OF CALIFORNIA TO A LOWER COST OF LIVING IN IDAHO. THEIR SON LIVES IN NEVADA AND WOUD LIKE TO START FLIPPING HOUSES BEFORE HE JUMPS OFF THE 9 TO 5 WORK SHIP. MY SUGGESTION FOR THEIR SON WAS NOT TO WORK WITH ANY FINANCIAL ADVISOR AT THIS POINT. SOME OF THE REASONS INCLUDE: RELATIVE TO HIS TOTAL INVESTABLE ASSETS, INVESTEMENT FIRM MINIUMUMS WOULD REQUIRE TOO LARGE A PERCENTAGE TO MANAGE THINGS. 250K IS A LARGE NUMBER BUT NOT LARGE ENOUGH TO GET A MONEY MANAGER AND HIGHER LEVEL SERVICE. WITH 250K, HE MAY END UP HEARING ABOUT CERTAIN TYPES OF LIFE INSURANCE OR NON GUARANTEED INSURANCE COMPANY PRODUCTS THAT YEILD A HEALTH COMMISSON INSTEAD OF LONG TERM LOW COST ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT. THE BIGGEST REASON I SUGGESTED HE AVOID WORKING WITH AN INVESTMENT ADVISOR IS THE FACT THAT HE WANTS TO INVEST IN REAL ESTATE. IF HE WORKS WITH A MONEY MANAGER, HIS MONEY COULD BE TIED UP ON WALL STREET WHEN A REAL ESTATE DEAL ON MAIN STREET COMES UP. HE NEEDS TO KEEP HIS POWDER (CASH) DRY SO HE CAN BE READY FOR REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES. I ALSO SUGGESTED THAT HE STARTS FOCUSSING HIS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION ON HIS LOCAL MARKETS SO HE CAN BE READY TO FIND THE CRAZY GOOD DEAL. LUCK IS WHEN PREPARATION MEETS OPPORTUNITY!

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 259 DOW Wheels are Expensive!

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 9:24


    I'm a crazy car guy so don't take this the wrong way. I love it when the wheels on a car are perfectly matched to the car; however, custom wheels on a car have got to be one of the most financially crazy things I see everywhere. There is no such thing as investing in good or great wheels for your car or truck. No matter what you pay for your fancy wheels, they will be worth less seconds after you roll them out of the show room. I personally respect people who do a little shopping for a great deal on gently used cars and car accessories. This is one of the best stories I've come across and I hope it inspires you to save a few bucks! Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs. Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.  

    Making Margin
    How Low Can You Go

    Making Margin

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 22:47


    Making Margin PodcastEpisode 38 - How Low Can You GoWelcome to the Making Margin podcast! Greenway's team is here to discuss common financial mistakes and to help you navigate them. Meet the voices behind this episode of Making Margin:NickNatalie JeffDrewToday's topic is all about the current market. The US Stock market (S&P 500) suffered the worst first half since 1970 - down nearly 20% since the beginning of 2022. People are mostly blaming inflation. So what's to come? And how should investors prepare?Discussion Topics:How are our clients handling the market insanity so far?What should people be doing to make sure they're in the best possible place financially?Where does it go from here?VOO 10 year average annual return 12.92%. Reversion to the mean?    Resources:https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/30/the-markets-worst-first-half-in-50-years-has-all-come-down-to-one-thing.html*When the S&P 500 plunged 21% in the first half of 1970, it promptly reversed those losses to gain 26.5% in the second half and eke out a gain for the year.*https://www.wsj.com/articles/mutual-funds-managers-positive-returns-11656881703https://www.dimensional.com/us-en/insights/so-whats-your-plan-for-the-bear-market

    Plan Your Federal Retirement Podcast
    Ep #57: The Myths Before Retirement

    Plan Your Federal Retirement Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 32:05


    Sometimes there are misconceptions we have that lead to big mistakes before retirement—and they all stem from one main problem. In this episode, Micah and Tammy discuss some of the biggest pre-retirement mistakes people make and how you can put a plan in place that allows you to avoid making them. Listen in as they share the importance of having an accurate understanding of what you have and what you want, as well as insight on how to bring those two together. You can find all show notes for this episode at: https://plan-your-federal-retirement.com/57

    Building Business Resilience
    The Importance Of Pensions - Retirement Planning, Don't Cross Your Fingers And Hope You'll Be Fine

    Building Business Resilience

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 7:10


    Pensions and retiring have completely changed in recent years. No long do an income for life exist and with it an easy retirement. Planning now is the most important thing you can do, with low state pensions being the norm, is take an active roll in your retirement fund. Get planning now.

    Talking Cents
    At the Movies: Ghostbusters

    Talking Cents

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 15:36


    If there's something strange in your financial neighborhood, who ya gonna call? Marc and Teresa! We're taking tips from the 1984 classic Ghostbusters and applying them to your finances in today's show. And we'll try not to cross the streams…MoneyWorks MoneyGuide 

    SugarMamma's Financial Foreplay
    It is NEVER too late to start - How Sharon is preparing for retirement at age 55 - PART 1/2 - SERIOUS INSPIRATION TO KICK START YOUR RETIREMENT PLANNING!

    SugarMamma's Financial Foreplay

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 50:55


    PART 1: It is never too early to start investing but it is also never too late to start investing. Sharon, in her mid 50's was reading The $1000 Project and it made her realise that she hadn't even thought about preparing for retirement. Other than owning her home, some savings and a "bit in super", she had no real financial assets and no passive income! The $1000 Project was the catalyst for change and she quickly swung into action. Listen to what she did, how she did it and why...it is quite incredible what you can achieve when you put your head, heart and mind to it. Serious inspiration and motivation to start thinking about building a comfortable retirement, where your money works for you, even if you are close to retirement.  NEXT WEEK: PART2: Publishing next Monday, you will hear what Sharon has continued on to achieve 18 months later with her retirement planning. She has even more wise advice to share and shows us the importance of using your money wisely, getting informed and building long term passive income streams. Please make sure you share this podcast with anyone who is worried about retirement and doesn't know where to start.  The $1000 Project Book: booktopia.kh4ffx.net/DVqDMj  Mindfull Money: booktopia.kh4ffx.net/Xxrz5o  ADDITIONAL GENERAL ADVICE WARNING: Whilst Sharon shares her investing and retirement strategy, this is her strategy. None of this podcast is personal advice, investment advice or product advice. She has done her own research, spoken with her accountant and considered all the pros and con, limits, caps and tax implications in relation to her financial goals, deadlines and risk profile. So please bear that in mind when listening to this podcast and please always speak to a Financial Planner when wondering what you should do to achieve your own financial goals and dreams.  My Instagram accounts to follow: @SugarMammaTV @CannaCampbellofficial  My YouTube channel - over 500 bite size videos! https://www.youtube.com/c/SugarMamma www.SugarMammaTV.com  Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@sugarmammatv General Advice Disclaimer & Financial Planning License Details: The information in this podcast is general in nature and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial needs or objectives. Before acting on any information, you should consider the appropriateness of it and the relevant product having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. In particular, you should seek independent financial advice and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or other offer document prior to acquiring any financial product. Canna Campbell is a Corporate Authorised Representative and Corporate Credit Representative of Wealthstream Financial Group Pty Ltd ABN 35 152 803 113 Australian Financial Services Licensee AFSL 412079.  

    The Retirement and IRA Show
    Roth Conversions, RMDs, Social Security, and Retirement Planning: Q&A #2231

    The Retirement and IRA Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 65:44 Very Popular


    Jim and Chris sit down to discuss listeners questions relating to Roth conversions, RMDs, Social Security and retirement planning. (7:00) A Texan listener makes a comment about 1035 exchanges. (10:30) A listener from Seattle looks for quick clarification on a Roth conversion question. (14:50) George from New Jersey asks about how his wife should handle […] The post Roth Conversions, RMDs, Social Security, and Retirement Planning: Q&A #2231 appeared first on The Retirement and IRA Show.

    The Get Ready For The Future Show
    GRFTFS at the Movies: Die Hard

    The Get Ready For The Future Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 36:02


    It's GRFTFS at the Movies and yippie-ki-yay… well, you know the rest. It's financial lessons from Die Hard! You'll learn:How to identify a get-rich-quick schemeHow to stay focused on your goal and avoid altering your planWhy Die Hard is (or isn't?) a Christmas MovieOriginally aired 7/27/2022

    Investing Insights
    Don't Give Up on This Vanguard International ETF

    Investing Insights

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 21:16 Very Popular


    In this week's podcast, Dave Sekera and Susan Dziubinski talk about where to invest your money in 2022, Dan Sotiroff shares his thoughts on great international ETFs having a tough year, and Christine Benz and Susan Dziubinski discuss retirement in a bear market.

    CBS Eye on Money
    Help Me Help Mom

    CBS Eye on Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 19:52


    My mother is on the verge of full retirement, and over the last year, I've been trying to help her consolidate several accounts into Vanguard. Are we moving in the right direction? Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Wealthy Habits Podcast
    Ep 101: Retirement Planning Ain't What It Used To Be

    Wealthy Habits Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 21:27


    In some ways, retirement planning was easier for past generations. On today's show, we'll explore how a good financial advisor can help you overcome the additional challenges facing retirees today, such as lower interest rates and longer life expectancies.   What we discuss today:  3:17 – Pensions 6:01 – Life expectancy 10:19 – Interest rates 12:48 – Information overload 16:07 – Stock market   Get Additional Information: https://www.truefinancialpartners.com/media/podcast/

    Cortburg Speaks Retirement
    Retirement Planning DOES NOT stop in Retirement

    Cortburg Speaks Retirement

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 5:07


    In this audio podcast, Miguel Gonzalez shares 5 easy pointers to help you plan during all of your retirement years.  This is important because retirement planning does not stop in retirement.

    CBS Eye on Money
    Don't Know How Much and Where to Invest

    CBS Eye on Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 17:40 Very Popular


    With a large raise on the horizon, and a huge pension at retirement, I'm not quite sure how much and where we should be investing. Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Your Money, Your Wealth
    Pay Tax on This Move Now to Potentially Have More to Spend Later - 388

    Your Money, Your Wealth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 41:14 Very Popular


    The time may be right for a giant Roth IRA conversion, especially now while the market is down, to potentially give you more money to spend in retirement. How does that work with long-term capital gains and dividends, and how much should you convert to Roth, and when, and how? Plus, deciding how to invest 529 plan college savings, whether to save to pre-tax or post-tax retirement accounts, and the ever-popular Backdoor Roth strategy. Show notes, free financial resources, Ask Joe & Big Al On Air: https://bizlink.to/ymyw-388

    Personal Pension Radio
    PPR 261 WPTV Apathy Of Success

    Personal Pension Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:05


    Success can often distract us from the things that Steven Covey described as important but not urgent in his time management matrix. For some, succss leads to complacency and a tendancy to ignore things that are extremely important. Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey.  Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs.  Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative.  As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.