Posts Tagged ‘financial decisions’
Mailbag: Should I Invest Unused Travel Funds Into Something More Practical?
How can you use your money wisely? Eric answers three questions that range from short-term travel plans to long-term estate planning decisions. While it’s good to be a good steward with your money, remember what it’s really there for.Read More
We play the game of Jeopardy as Eric answers financial questions on today’s show. Do you know all the answers?Read More
Finding the Silver Linings
If you have a financial setback, how can you find the upside in the situation? We talk through four major financial upsets that could actually be an opportunity in disguise.Read More
Navigating Retirement Disagreements Between Spouses
What do couples tend to argue about when it comes to their money in retirement? Eric talks through what you need to do to get on the same page.Read More
Financial Blind Spots
What kind of blind spots should you look out for when it comes to your financial plan? We talk about four key areas that often get overlooked when retirement planning.Read More
Can You DIY Financial Planning?
What reasons might someone debate going DIY when it comes to a financial plan? Is it better to go to an advisor or is sometimes DIY right for you?Read More
Things That Don’t Matter…Until They Do
Certain financial documents might seem like they can be put off for now. But when you need them, it’s important to be prepared ahead of time! Do you have all of these things in place?Read More
Making The Right Decisions With Your 401(k)
Are you wondering what to do with your 401(k)? How can you make sure this investment is set-up well to suit your needs? Let’s answer some of the most common questions regarding this popular retirement account.Read More
Which TV Character Describes Your Financial Personality?
What kind of classic TV personality do you most relate with when it comes to handling your finances? Are you more like Gilligan or Barney Fife? Find out on today’s podcast!Read More
Social Distancing For Your Finances
In order to keep safe, we’re all practicing social distancing right now. With your finances, are there some areas that need a little bit of space between them for safety and protection? Let’s run through four examples of social distancing in your financial plan.Read More
Understanding How Your Feelings Impact Your Financial Decisions
When you make a financial decision, does it start with looking at the numbers or asking the question, “How do you feel about that?” When should your feelings overrule the numbers, and what areas of your plan are most likely swayed by feelings and emotions?Read More
How To Create A Retirement Plan Without Compromises, Part 1
When making any decisions, you may get to a point when you have to make some compromises. How about when it comes to your retirement plans, are you making too many compromises?Read More