It’s been said that “the sales brochure giveth and the fine print taketh away.” In this episode, we’ll talk about some of the things we hear from people when they don’t pay enough attention to the fine print…
We always talk about the money side of financial and retirement planning. But what about the mental aspect of that big life change? Today we’ll break down an article written by a Licensed Professional Counselor (Kate Schroeder) for Psychology Today, titled The Psychological Investment In Retirement.
Certainly, none of our podcast listeners would be guilty of making unreasonable requests, but let’s talk about some of the unreasonable requests we hear from others in the financial world. We’ll explore what makes them unreasonable and what proper expectations look like instead.
There's a variety of different tax accounts to choose from, and while some seem good in the short term, they also carry long-term consequences. Let's further examine the different types and what pros and cons that accompany them.
Talking about finances doesn't always have to be so serious. In today's episode, we use a couple of dad jokes to discuss some common misconceptions and topics that viewers may be unsure about.
You know what they typically say about making assumptions. Ryan shares many of the common assumptions people have about their financial future and how you should prepare for them before it's too late.
It seems that most people don’t have a clear picture of whether they should contribute to a traditional IRA or a Roth. Let’s discuss how to determine what’s best for you.