Happy Independence Day! Comprehensive Financial Planning is all about helping you achieve your own version of financial freedom. What’s that look like for you and what steps do you need to take in all 6 areas to help you reach the peace of mind that comes from Financial Freedom? We are helping you determine that in today's episode!
Season 5 Episode 45
No-Fault auto insurance laws are changing! Residents of Michigan have loathed their No-Fault insurance for decades, but reform is finally happening on July 2, 2020. We invite insurance advisor Alysia Boehner back to this episode to discuss these changing laws, the key decision you need to make, and answer other insurance questions!
Season 5 Episode 44
Social Security is an extremely important financial benefit, but it is also extremely confusing. Make sure you don’t inadvertently penalize your Social Security by taking the wrong steps in your financial life. We will tell you what Social Security traps to watch out for in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 5 Episode 43
What’s the best overall investment strategy? How did you decide what to invest in within your 401(k), and how should you invest your IRA’s, Roth’s, 529 plans, and other accounts? We will help you decide what is best for your financial plan in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 5 Episode 42
Is it possible to pay tax on capital gains if you never sold any investments? The answer is yes due to the different types of capital gains there are on various investments. We'll help you understand this unique circumstance, and let you know how to avoid it in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 5 Episode 41
The world changed on a dime this February, leaving many people in a cashflow crunch without knowing where to turn. Where is the best place to get money from if you’re in a crisis? We’re telling you the best options in this episode of Wise Money!
Season 5 Episode 40
With so much changing and so much uncertainty, if you were planning to retire in 2020, is it still safe to do so? We’ll help you know whether you still have the green light, or whether it’s best to postpone one of the biggest financial decisions of your life.
Season 5 Episode 39
Students graduating from college today find themselves in a very different job market and economic situation than anyone before them. This could cause significant financial challenges, on top of that already monumental student loan debt crisis. Here is our financial advice for graduates and young professionals during a crisis.
Season 5 Episode 38
In your quest for a secure retirement, saving as much as possible into tax-sheltered accounts ensures more of your money stays in your hands instead of going to Uncle Sam. What should you do after maxing out your 401(k)? What other options are there? That answer and more on this episode of Wise Money.
Season 5 Episode 37
On average, employees in the US change jobs 12 times over the course of their careers—changing employers about every 5 years. In most cases, that change means deciding what to do with an old retirement account. Should you transfer your funds to your new employer’s 401(k)? Should you leave it behind to ‘diversify’ your holdings? Should you transfer your assets to an IRA? In today’s episode of The Wise Money Show, Mike, Josh, and Kevin discuss the options and explore how to make the best choice possible—no matter how many times you make the jump!
Season 5 Episode 36