Learn to manage your money and make good financial decisions in 30-minute bite-sized pieces
Why you need to put plans together before anything bad happens
Our guest unexpectedly became a widower in his 20’s. And, even though he was a financial advisor, he discovered that not thinking it through left him overwhelmed.
What do Rising Interest Rates Mean to Me?
What is the relationship between inflation and interest rates? What’s the difference? And what can you do to keep higher interest rates from damaging your financial plan? We’ll even talk about one way to take advantage of higher rates.
Throw Away Your Long-Term Goals
The biggest misconception about goals is that they are about accomplishing the thing. The real value is in understanding who you want to become. Use long term goals for direction, throw away the goal, and focusing on the small things that help you become that person. The finances will work themselves out.
Breaking Money Silence - with Kathleen Burns Kingsbury
Money is the leading cause of divorce and a major point of tension and conflict within families. And it is because we don’t know how to talk about money in a comfortable way. It leads to money silence. Breaking money silence can lead to less stress, better decisions, and better relationships. Money psychologist Kathleen Burns Kingsbury walks us through how to do it.
Should You be Scared of the Bear?
All investments go up and down over time. Cycles are a natural part of markets. But there could be good reasons to be concerned about the market’s current fall. And there may be opportunities you want to take advantage of.
Should You Buy Now Pay Later?
Social media influencers are all over Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok raving about Buy Now Pay Later making it easy to get all the stuff you want. They are being paid to make you want to do it. It promotes spending without thinking. There are a few situations where it can be a good strategy. We pull apart how Buy Now Pay Later works, when it may make sense to use it, and better ways to make the purchases you don’t have the immediate cash to afford.