People love do-it-yourself projects. There’s even a DIY Network where you can watch shows about home renovation, landscaping, or interior design and how to do those things without professional help. Today we're talking about the DIY mentality in retirement planning.
When planning your retirement, there are some key details you need to consider. For instance, will you need to support your parents or kids later on? We’ll explore this and other questions on today’s show.
On today’s show we’re talking about some of the stylish things in the financial world that can distract you from the substance that you should really be focused on. We’ll explain why you should watch out for sales brochures, hypothetical projections and testimonials.
A lot of people have questions about their retirement plan, but you might be asking the wrong questions. We’ll share some common wrong questions and what better questions might be.
Today we’re focusing on what it’s like to be our client. We’ll explain how the relationship between a client and financial advisor evolves and how having an advisor can be beneficial for you.
Sometimes we have clients who want to retire early. But how much earlier do they mean, and is this a realistic goal? We’ll share some challenges they face and how to know if early retirement is for you.
If you are a seasoned business owner, today’s episode is for you. Jimmy Eggers, a partner at Smith Leonard Accountants and Consultants in High Point, N.C., is sharing business-planning expertise, strategies and mistakes business owners make.
What do married couples tend to disagree about when it comes to money? What financial matters do they often fail to communicate about? We’ll share some of the primary things that need to be discussed and decided between partners before true financial planning can begin.
For some folks, the idea of putting together a financial plan can be overwhelming. But it’s less threatening if you just focus on the first step. Let’s talk about a few possible first steps that you could take.