Posts Tagged ‘Life Insurance’
Financial Main Characters and Secondary Characters
When you watch TV shows or movie, it doesn’t take long until you realize who is the main character or who is more of a secondary character. When it comes to your financial life, which strategies, products, or tools are main characters in your financial plan and which ones are secondary?Read More
Separating Your Money
Do you have all of your money in one place? Sometimes your money should be kept in separate funds and separate places so that it can be used for the appropriate purposes. You want to be able to access the money you have when you need it, both now and in the future.Read More
Rescuing Old Accounts
Do you have an old account laying around collecting dust, so to speak? Instead of forgetting about these, it’s important to find them, assess them, and get them up-to-date. It may even be an easier process than you think.Read More
Traveling Through The Retirement Airport
What do an airport and your retirement plan have in common? Find out things like what to leave behind, what’s worth the money, and what’s a rip-off on today’s podcast!Read More
How Do You Know How Much You Need?
How can you know just what you need? Eric talks through four different financial scenarios to help you get a better idea of what you need to consider and feel confident in your decisions.Read More
Easy Financial Improvements To Make
What’s a simple way to make your financial planning better? Today we are going to discuss some easy steps you can take to improve your financial plan.Read More
Avoiding the Tax Time Bomb
Are you nervous about all the taxes you might have to pay in retirement? We talk through strategies you can implement now to reduce your taxes down the road.Read More
Unpopular Opinions In The Financial World
Which of these financial opinions are really worth paying attention to? Eric shares ways to reframe and better understand these financial opinions and how they work in your financial plan.Read More
Do You Agree or Disagree with this Retirement Advice?
Which of these statements is worth paying attention to and which ones should you take with a grain of salt? Eric shares whether he agrees or disagrees with five retirement planning statements.Read More
The Three Worlds of Money
Do you know the three worlds of money? Where does the bulk of your money live? Is your money appropriately balanced across all three worlds? We’ll break it all down on this episode.Read More
Mailbag: Do I Really Need All of These Life Insurance Policies?
Do you need as much life insurance as you have? Or should you factor in eventual inheritance money when deciding when to retire? Eric answers three questions from the mailbag in this week’s podcast.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
What’s The Difference Between These Important Financial Terms?
Do you know the difference between a Roth contribution and a Roth conversion? What about individual bonds and bond funds? Eric explains the difference between these important financial terms so you can decide what should be included in your financial plan.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
Should I Keep My Life Insurance Policy + Other Mailbag Questions
If your life insurance policy goes up after you turn 60, you may wonder if it’s still something
worth paying for. Or maybe you’ve just received an inheritance and don’t know what to
expect when it comes to taxes. Eric answers three questions from the mailbag this week.
How To Create A Retirement Plan Without Compromises, Part 2
We all want a certain sense of safety and security, but we also need the growth and potential that comes with risk. So how do you weigh out the two and create a plan without compromise? What tools can be used to achieve the right combination of both safety and growth?Read More
What’s In Your Financial Junk Drawer?
We all have that drawer in the house with random odds and ends–some of it valuable and some of it you have no idea what to do with. What about in your financial files or folders? Do you know what’s what and what needs to go?Read More
Financial Debates – Debt, Mortgages, Life Insurance & Mutual Funds
Inside of a mutual funds, the actions of others can impact you. If a lot of people are trying to sell that mutual fund, the manager has to sell some stuff to meet the redemptions and that can negatively impact you.Read More
Episode #14: Grandma’s Financial Wisdom
There are probably lots of sayings you remember your grandmother using as you grew up. Find out how her musings might be applied as financial wisdom.Read More
Episode #12: To Agree Or Disagree
Join us for a game of Agree or Disagree. Discover whether Eric agrees with popular statements about finances and retirement planning.Read More