The average person needs to be collaborating with 5 different financial professionals in their life in order to be on the right track. There’s a fundamental flaw in this model though. Who are these five individuals and why is this problematic? We're going to tell you this episode of Wise Money.
Season 6 Episode 14
We often talk about the benefits of starting early for retirement, but how young is too young? The Roth IRA can be a very advantageous financial instrument for those that start investing for the future at a young age. We're hitting the rules for Roth IRA's for teens in today's episode!
Season 6 Episode 13
Do you have confidence in your financial life? If not, we’ll help you build that confidence today through a Financial Confidence Account, also known as an Emergency Fund. Having money in this account allows you confidence and peace of mind to pursue your other financial goals and that you’re prepared for a financial crisis. We'll tell you exactly what it is and how to fund it in this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Season 6 Episode 12
With the most contentious election day in modern history behind us, the American people are still left wondering who will be in the White House next year. Unsure of who it will be, we’re discussing how you should plan for what could be ahead with the markets and your money.
Season 6 Episode 11 (recorded Friday, November 6)
No surprise considering all that’s happening in the world, but Socially Responsible Investing has become a big trend on Wall Street and with investors the past couple of years. However, the term can mean different things to different people. What does Socially Responsible Investing mean and is it wise? That and listener questions on Wise Money.
Season 6 Episode 10
Are you up to speed on all of the unique tax law changes that apply in 2020? Tax planning should be a focus of your comprehensive financial plan, and this year there are more tax planning ideas than in most years thanks to the CARES Act and other stimulus plans. We’re talking through different tax strategies, breaking them down, and helping you pay fewer taxes coming up on this episode.
Season 6 Episode 9
Medicare is the most important health insurance decision you’ll make in your life, yet it's terribly confusing. Joined by Medicare experts, Ted Foster and Craig A. Wiker, we’ll break this complex plan down to its simple parts in today’s episode of Wise Money.
Season 6 Episode 8
The ballooning federal debt has now pushed America's debt level over our nation's annual GDP, with it projected to stay above that level for the foreseeable future. Should investors be worried about this and what are the implications in your own personal life? We are covering that and more in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 7
Most people can agree they hate losing money. So when it comes to filing taxes, married couples often wonder whether they are better off filing jointly or married filing separately. Joined by CPA Ryan Fair, we’re going to put the debate to rest today and discuss a handful of other tax planning considerations in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 6
Both Apple and Telsa split their stock this summer and made major waves in the investment world. Why would a company do a stock split and how did investors fare in each case? We’re talking about the mathematics and psychographics of stock splits on today's episode of the Wise Money Show.
Season 6 Episode 5