Today's Objective... Statistics can give us helpful insight into how you're approaching your finances. Explore financial demographics, and see what they say about retirement. (Click the featured times below to jump forward in the episode) First Things First. [...]
Today's Objective... Financial myths stump even the savviest of investors. Learn to distinguish fact from fiction. We'll debunk misleading statements that can lead you astray. (Click the featured times below to jump forward in the episode) First Things [...]
Today's Objective... When planning for retirement, there are certain things you can't control. Account for those unforeseen elements by planning for what you can control. (Click the featured times below to jump forward in the episode) First Things [...]
Today's Objective... Retirement satisfaction. It's difficult to achieve. Learn how finding confidence, security, and independence in retirement will ultimately satisfy. (Click the featured times below to jump forward in the episode) Tactical Points: Retirement Satisfaction: Achieving Peace Of [...]
Unfortunately, it’s easy to make mistakes when it comes to estate planning. Dan will outline seven of the most common estate planning mistakes he sees people make and gives us suggestions on how to avoid these. Click here for Dan’s [...]
A lot of couples will often have one spouse who is the saver of the pair and the other is the spender. How can you effectively prepare for your financial future with such differing personalities? Dan will take us through [...]
If you’re a little behind in preparing for retirement, don’t be afraid. A lot of people are in the same boat. There’s good news, however. With some discipline and some good saving and planning strategies, it’s possible to make up [...]
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 [...]
We’ve probably all had one of those moments where we didn’t listen to the advice someone was trying to give us. Let’s hear about a time it happened in the financial world when someone didn’t listen to the advice of [...]
Just as clients can learn a lot from Dan, Dan can learn some lessons from his clients. Hear about Dan’s experiences with retired clients and how they have shaped his financial perspective and strategies. Click here for Dan’s Retirement Rescue [...]
There are some misunderstandings out there about market volatility, especially with the recent instability in the stock market. Let’s explore some of the important lessons every investor should know about the nature of volatility.
A few weeks back, we talked about what a holistic plan really looks like. One of the five core elements also happens to be one of the most overlooked and forgottten pieces of a retirement plan. For a myriad of [...]
Dan was on an international flight recently (flew on the Dreamliner, in fact), and sat next to a passenger who was suffering from Aerophobia, the fear of flying. The fear and nervousness was so paralyzing it caused quite the disruption [...]
No matter where you fall on the age or income spectrum, it’s probably a good idea for you to at least consider a Roth IRA. In almost every case, you’ll reap some great rewards by utilizng that retirement savings vehicle. [...]
Some people think they have a comprehensive financial plan, but in reality their plan often lacks critical components. Some people will figure out the right way to structure an income plan, but they’ll overlook the role of taxes or healthcare. [...]
As financial professionals, there are things that we wish everyone knew and understood. On this podcast, we’ll explore how a financial advisor’s job would be different, and easier, if everybody understood at least five things. Click here for Dan’s Retirement [...]
There’s a lot of talk in March about leprechauns, four leaf clovers and pots of gold at the ends of a rainbow. The bad news, however, is that none of those things will help you get wealthy or retire successfully. [...]
We discuss Dan’s blog about an article he wrote on guidlines with powers of attorney.
We answer questions from listeners like you regarding the 4% rule, what to do when inheriting stocks, and how to get on the same page with a spouse. Click here for Dan’s Retirement Rescue Toolkit.
You know it’s not a good thing to lie to yourself in any aspect of life. So, let’s “keep it real” and go over some of the common financial lies we tell ourselves and explore why it’s dangerous to approach [...]