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.
Growth is a continuous process in life. Even as you approach retirement, you can continue to grow by building greater connections, advancing your career, and striving for financial resilience. Tune in to hear Lisa L. Baker, a personal and executive coach, share her proprietary G.R.O.W. process and tips to excel in three critical areas of your life.
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.
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.
Sometimes, you reach a point in life when you can no longer oversee your personal finances. Regular bill payments, updating check books, monitoring different accounts, or looking out for fraudulent activities — it can be a little too much to handle on your own! Tune in to learn how you can keep the personal finances in order for yourself or a loved one with the help of Daily Money Managers.
Have you ever been tempted to buy something online that you didn’t really need, just because of an ad? A few impulse purchases is all it takes to put a dent in your budget! Tune in now to learn how you can keep your personal finances on track in a world where money decisions can be easily influenced by technology, social media, and online ads.
Is transitioning to retirement as simple as flipping a switch? One day, you just stop working and enjoy the rest of your life, right? Well, not exactly… According to Barbara O'Neill, retirement is a combination of 35 different switches, each indicating a financial, social, or a lifestyle transition. Tune in as Dr. O’Neill discusses these transitions in more detail!
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