There have been a lot of interesting headlines in the news lately. On this podcast, we’ll cover recent stories about the labor market and how it seems most people who want to work are actually working. Is that a good sign for the overall economy? Home prices are skyrocketing across the country. Are we just setting ourselves up for another crash like we saw last decade? And a big-time hedge fund guy says we’re facing a 70% chance of a recession. We’ll talk about whether he’s right and what we can do about it.
Let's crack open the newspaper and discuss some of today's top headlines. For instance, how will the recent tax code changes continue to impact the economy? How will advances in automation impact the job market? All that and more on this episode of The Financial Flight Plan Podcast.
Let's discuss how retirement is a lot like shopping for groceries. Try not to get too hungry while we do this…
Using the 2018 Winter Olympic Games as inspiration, let’s turn our attention to the not-quite-as-popular Financial Olympics (coming soon to an obscure cable channel). If you have a great financial coach, you’ll probably do very well at these events. Let’s see how that advisor will prep you for the games.
Brie tells us a story of when she first started out in the financial advising world. Hear how she was able to help out a widow with no financial experience.
Psychologists have determined that retirement is the 10th most stressful event that you can experience in life. After all, you go through a lot of changes in retirement in terms of daily schedule, lifestyle, relationships, and more. Let’s look at the ways to proactively deal with stress in retirement.
Very often, we hear people try to make excuses or explain away some of their questionable financial decisions. Let’s talk about why these excuses usually don’t hold water…
Following through on your new year's resolutions is tough. We can help you keep your financial resolutions.
This week, we answer listener questions about risk tolerances, financially mismatched couples, and who the typical client is for financial advisors.
A lot of Americans have 401k accounts. Let’s cover some of the common questions we get from 401k owners. You probably have some of these questions on your mind anyway. Oh, and this advice generally applies if you have a 403b or similar type of account, too.