Are you and your spouse on the same page when it comes to finances and retire-ment planning? On today’s episode of How Money Works, Craig and Jennifer Moser explain why it’s so important.
On today’s episode of How Money Works, Craig and Jennifer Moser break down the different personalities of spenders and how those traits could affect your retirement.
People in certain professions tend to approach financial planning the same way as their peers. On today’s How Money Works podcast, we look at teachers, doctors, engineers and more. In our experience, people in certain jobs tend to approach financial planning the same way. On today’s episode of How Money Works, we explain some of the positives and challenges of advising people in different professions.
When it comes to retirement, there are many things to look forward to. There are also things to take precautions against. Here are four retirement concerns many people often have.
On today’s episode of How Money Works, let’s have some fun and play retirement fact or fiction. Keep in mind, as with many retirement planning scenarios, the answer is not always clear-cut because it depends on your situation.
Hiring a third-party financial planner is crucial to helping you plan for retirement and manage your money. Today, we’re breaking down some of the ways a financial advisor can help you.
We’re fortunate to live in a community with many great small businesses whose owners are willing to share their experience. Today we wanted to bring on one of those people to provide some inspiration and help motivate anyone that aspires to start a business. Ken Gwyn is the CEO at Bulldog Group, which has its corporate offices in downtown Winston-Salem, and has learned a lot over the course of three decades.
Few people have made the lasting impact that Founding Father Benjamin Franklin has. Many of the values he believed in and much of the wisdom he shared is still followed centuries later. He provided us with a long list of quotes that continue to get referenced in modern day discussions. You could be surprised to hear how many of these can apply to financial planning even if that might not have been the original intention.