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
What is the difference between Student Loan Forgiveness and Student Loan Forbearance? Do either of these actually help address the student debt crisis we have in this country,? We are explaining student loan forgiveness and forbearance and how you can ensure that you don’t slip into crisis yourself!
Season 6 Episode 4
With interest rates at record lows, it’s never been more difficult for retirees to generate income from their portfolio than it is right now. Is the 60/40 mix dead, and what alternatives should you consider? It's time to rethink the traditional approach to managing risk and obtaining income from your investments in retirement. That and more coming up on this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 3
The Rule of 72 is a quick, understandable formula to help investors understand the power of compounding interest. It helps tell approximately how long it will take an investment to double using a given interest rate. We’re explaining more about the rule and how to leverage it in this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Season 6 Episode 2
Comprehensive Financial Planning is more than just investments. It is applying wisdom to your financial decisions with all 6 areas of your financial life in mind. The Wise Money Movement covers Retirement planning, Tax Planning, Investments, Protection Planning (Insurance), Present Financial Position (Cashflow/Budgeting), and Estate Planning. In this episode, you will learn how each of these areas works together to help you achieve your financial goals.
Season 6 Episode 1
The housing market is unusually strong given the coronavirus pandemic. What is causing this strength and is it likely to change anytime soon? Is now the time to sell your house? We invite Residential Real Estate expert, Diane Bennett, back to the show to discuss this and how it applies to you.
Season 5 Episode 52
As banking goes digital, 2020 proves the value of having a relationship with your local bank. In today’s episode, Mike brings Dana Trowbridge and Brandon Williamson from First State Bank into the Wise Money studio to discuss the ways banks have served small businesses during this pandemic and why it is important to have a relationship with your banker.
Season 5 Episode 51