On this episode, we present you with five commandments that are worth of being written on stone tablets in your retirement plan.
We all have some things we would have liked to differently in hindsight, especially as it relates to our finances. That might be especially true in 2020 as we all deal with difficult circumstances due to COVID-19. Here are some things we might hear about our planning decisions in hindsight.
Investing now is much different than it was even 20 years ago and your retirement planning needs to evolve with it. Today we’ll discuss five different planning ideas that might have been solid at one point but don’t work as much under the current economy and market conditions.
There are some financial planning blunders that are interesting to talk about but are quite rare in reality. On the other hand, there are some financial planning mistakes that happen far too often. Let’s talk about the mistakes so many people have made in the past it has made them “classic”.
This week, we look a bit more in depth at the Dalbar Report to see what key factors cause investors to frequently underperform the market. Find out how you can use the findings from the Dalbar Report to make smart decisions with your money in this uncertain, volatile time.
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.
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.
Building a financial plan is overwhelming. However, it's less daunting to focus on taking your first financial steps. Learn where to begin.