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410, 2018

Long Term Care Needs

October 4th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Does your retirement plan include the potential costs of long-term care? Are you unsure if you need to even plan for long-term care? On this episode, Chris will discuss some essential facts about long term care and what that means for you. But first, he'll dive into some surprisingly affordable retirement destinations in the Caribbean, as mentioned in USA Today.

2009, 2018

Win Retirement

September 20th, 2018|Tags: , , |

What does it mean to "win" in retirement? Chris will show you how removing uncertainty in three key areas of your portfolio will bring you closer to a worry-free retirement where you can focus on what really matters to you. He'll also discuss his perspective on wealth in relation to recent news events, and later he'll get into some listener-submitted questions.

609, 2018

Mega Backdoor Roth IRAs

September 6th, 2018|Tags: , , , |

You've probably heard about various types of Roth IRAs, but Chris will introduce you to the Mega Backdoor Roth IRA and discuss how this can be an amazing tool for folks whose income does not allow them to contribute to a Roth IRA. Later on, get some insight into pension options, as well as the dangers of variable annuities.

1907, 2018

How Do You React To Market Corrections?

July 19th, 2018|Tags: , |

Anytime the market is moving in a downward direction, or even just wavering, we see people react in various ways. Take a listen to see if you identify with one of these common reactions to market corrections. Do you over-trade as a response? Do you stick your head in the sand or run around like a chicken with your head cut off? We’ll give you ways you can avoid becoming your worst enemy and show you how to keep particular emotions and reactions in check during times of market turmoil.

507, 2018

Dangers Of Overlooking Inflation

July 5th, 2018|Tags: |

Overlooking inflation is an easy thing to do. It happens, typically, slowly. You don't notice it immediately, but after a while it can dramatically change the face of your financial plan. Chris will tell us some of the things we need to know when it comes to accounting for inflation in our plans.

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