Sometimes events happen in life that make it really important for you to carefully assess your financial situation. Today we’ll look at five major life changes and explain why it’s a good reason for a financial review.
Seeking out financial advice is something we all do at some point but is the source of that information always providing good advice? Let’s explore four common outlets we use for guidance and why, despite having the best intentions, the advice might ultimately be ill-suited for you.
As we begin the third month of the health crisis, Ben gives us an update on what he’s seen from the market in recent weeks, the provisions of the CARES Act clients are paying attention to, and what he thinks about volatility moving forward.
A busy few months has generated a lot of curiosity from listeners so we’ll answer a bunch of financial questions on this show. From investing during the coronavirus to student loan dilemmas to long-term care coverage, we’ll cover a wide range of topics.
The first quarter of 2020 was enough to make anyone reevaluate their finances but with so much information out there, what should you believe? Regardless of where you are in the retirement planning process, there are five financial truths that you can always rely on. We’ll share those on this episode.
It’s hard to imagine anyone avoiding losses over the last month due to the coronavirus fallout, but there are steps you can take to rebound when the market begins bouncing back. Today we’ll look at the opportunity in stocks, explain the importance of trusting your advisor in times like these, and talk about the next steps you should be considering with your retirement plan.
The coronavirus has affected people around the globe and forced us to all change many aspects of our day-to-day lives. Maybe the biggest impact we’ve seen in the US has come on the financial side. The market collapse we’ve seen over such a short period of time is unprecedented and has many people concerned. We turn to Ben for perspective on what we’re seeing and reassurance that retirement planning is a long-term play.
Last episode we provided a basic understanding of Roth conversions. Now it’s time to take it a step further and look at the option from a strategic point of view. Is this something you should be considering for your retirement plan? We discuss who would and wouldn’t benefit and share the conversation we have with clients to help them make the decision.