It’s safe to say everyone thinks America’s tax system needs some adjusting, but where should we begin? Tune in to learn about how inflation causes Americans to pay more in taxes, why taxing consumption instead of income could be the solution, and the debate about how much tax is too much tax.
If you don’t know where to begin your retirement planning, you’re not alone. That’s why we have created a simple process to help you achieve your ideal retirement. Tune in to learn about our 5-step retirement income plan, where each step is designed to help you solve a crucial piece of your retirement puzzle.
Do you plan to claim your pension soon? Make sure you consider all your available options before making the irrevocable decision. Tune in to learn about a one lump sum payment vs a monthly annuity pension plan and how you can calculate which one makes more sense for you financially.
For centuries, economists have worked toward solving personal financial problems of households. But how exactly can the concepts of economics be applied to financial planning? Find out in this episode as Jeremy Keil speaks with Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff, professor of economics at Boston University, about the benefits of economic-based financial planning.
Sometimes, unexpected liabilities can completely derail your finances. If, God forbid, you get in a car accident or your neighbors suffer an injury on your property, you can incur a liability of hundreds of thousands of dollars! That’s why home and auto insurance is worth looking into. Tune in to learn about various nuances of getting home/auto insurance, and key things you need to keep in mind before purchasing a policy.
Sometimes, retirees think, “I wish I had started my financial planning at an earlier age.” You can help your future generations avoid this mistake. In other words, you can get the much-needed money conversations started — something that has been a taboo for many families in the past. Tune in to learn about Anthony Delauney’s “No Regrets Retirement Roadmap” for planning for your ideal retirement, along with tips to help your future generations get started.
Financial debt is something that can hold back people of all ages — from 20-year-old college students to 70-year-old retirees. Tune in to discover simple tips to manage your debts before they snowball into tremendous financial distress, and worse, delay your dream retirement.
Widowhood is a challenging time, full of grief and sorrow. If you are entering retirement as a couple, it is likely that one of you will face widowhood in the future. You might also have friends or family members going through it. Tune in to learn how you can help yourself or a loved one cope with widowhood, along with strategies to ease the financial and emotional burden that follows.
A lot of business owners retire by selling off their business. What if we told you there’s a better way? A way to maintain your business income after retirement. A way that makes your retirement more meaningful. A way that lets you keep the business you’re so passionate about, while losing all of the stress of managing it! It’s called Half-Retirement. Jim Muehlhausen explains what it’s all about and how you can achieve it.
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