Retirement

Stretch Those Assets!

Will your retirement nest egg last as long as you need it to? That question keeps pre-retirees and retirees awake at night. This show is designed to help them put the question to rest by offering a range of suggestions for how to extend the life of one’s retirement assets so they’re positioned to last…

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Wills Are For Everyone

When legendary singer Aretha Franklin died of advanced pancreatic cancer at age 76, she did not have a will or trust, according to documents filed in Oakland County Probate Court. And now that $80 million estate of the intensely private Queen of Soul is about to become very public and possibly very taxing for her…

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Are You Really Ready to Retire?

Deciding to retire is one of the biggest steps a person will take in their lifetime. When one part of you is saying, “It’s time,” it’s important to pause and ask, “Am I in a good financial place to retire?” This show can help listeners answer that question for themselves by providing them with eight…

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The “Tax Time Bomb”

The wealthiest investors I have worked with have larger Roths or larger post-taxed accounts than they have in qualified, tax deferred accounts.  The “Tax Time Bomb” is something you hear me talk a lot about at my seminars and on the radio.  We are trained to put as much money as we can away as…

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9 Personalities of the Affluent

CLICK HERE TO TAKE YOUR QUIZ What’s your “money personality”? If you are not sure, we have a little quiz you can take by clicking the link above. Once you complete your quiz, you’ll receive an email with your answers and money personality. Let’s dive into some psychobabble today. Did you know that there is…

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10 Ways To Make Your Money Work

There are always those gnawing questions: What could I be doing to get my money to work harder for me? How to get more out of my retirement assets? As hard as people work for their money, they deserve ways to get their money to work harder for them, especially with retirement approaching or already…

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Inflation: Expectations for 2018

It seems as if inflation has been biding its time. Since the financial crisis a decade ago, growth in prices and wages has been muted.1 However, many financial analysts believe that’s about to change. A jobs report from early March revealed continued hiring and a moderate increase in wages. The stock markets welcomed the news, responding…

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