Mailbag: Paying Off Rental Mortgages, Retirement Vs College Funding, And More

In this episode, we will answer some listener questions that will help you gauge the best way to spend extra cash when you have options available. […]

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Making Smart Decisions During Major Life Events

Let’s explore some of the things you should be thinking about to make smart financial decisions when you encounter some of the most significant events in your life. […]

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Curing Financial Diseases

The Fork In The Road The doctor is in, and we’re here to share some common financial diseases and how they can affect you. From “Inflation-itis” to “Old Fogey’s Disease,” we can spot the trouble areas in your financial life.   Whether you suffer from “Acute Portfolio Riskopathy” or “Nursing Home-Atosis,” we are here to […]

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Most Common Retirement Planning Questions About Taxes

As we approach the end of the year, saving money on taxes becomes a bigger focus for many people. But let’s broaden the scope out for this particular episode and focus on some of the most common retirement planning questions about taxes. We’ll talk about mistakes to avoid and how a proper plan can make a significant difference in someone’s tax savings. […]

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Mailbag: Should I Be Considering Roth Conversions?

We will be opening up the mailbag on today’s show to answer some listener questions. We will be discussing if it’s wise to start taking social security to pay off your house, some considerations when thinking about doing a Roth conversion, and some things you can do with an inheritance. […]

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Please Read The Fine Print

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. […]

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Mailbag: Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Before Investing In Rental Properties?

It’s another mailbag edition of the show. This time around we will discuss contributing to your retirement account with commissions, if it’s wise to pay off your own mortgage before investing in rental properties, and some considerations when looking at investment returns. […]

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How Procrastination Dooms Your Financial Future

People have many reasons for procrastinating when it comes to putting a retirement plan together. Let’s explore some of those excuses and why they can be dangerous, and talk about how to overcome them. […]

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Mailbag: Is Now The Time To Buy Stocks?

On today’s show, we will be answering some mailbag questions that have come into the show. We will discuss some TSP strategies, buying stocks in a down market, and when you should hire a financial advisor. […]

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What They’re Saying: Analyzing Advice On Surviving A Bear Market

It’s no secret the stock market is in turmoil. We’re in a bear market and the R-word (recession) is getting thrown around daily. So, what can you do to survive bear markets like the one we’re in now? We’ve collected advice from various commentators and “experts” from across the country. You might have even heard some of this advice yourself. But should you follow it or proceed with caution? We’ll breakdown the guidance to provide some important context and perspective. […]

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