Investing and retirement planning to help you achieve clarity, confidence and freedom as you prepare for and transition into and through retirement.
Fire Drill - Are You Ready For The Next Market Crash?
In this podcast episode Jason helps you prepare for the next market crash
Making Smarter Financial Decisions With Professor Laurence Kotlikoff
In this podcast episode Jason interviews Professor Laurence Kotlikoff who is a Professor of Economics at Boston University. Professor Kotlikoff is author or co-author of 16 books, his recent book on social security was a NY Times best seller, and he is the author of hundreds of professional articles. He developed software called MaxiFi Planner to help people make smarter financial decisions.
Should You Pay off Your Mortgage Before You Retire
In this podcast episode Jason gives you a few things to consider if you are thinking about paying off your mortgage before you retire.
Investing In The Future With Ethan
In this podcast episode Jason interviews Ethan about his summer internship and we discuss a video about attitude and the books As a Man Thinketh and The Richest Man in Babylon.
Real Retirement Stories - Bill
In this podcast episode Jason interviews Bill who recently stopped working full time and he is now working part time as he makes his way into an early retirement.
Are You Fully Funded For Retirement
In this podcast episode Jason helps you identify if you are fully funded for retirement and how you can use retirement benchmarks to take the mystery out of retirement planning.
Great Retirement Show
Weather you are retired or planning your retirement, Jason provides thought provoking insights. This is a great show in your retirement podcast arsenal.
Extremely disappointed with your interview of Prof. Kotlikoff. He came off as pompous and arrogant with respect to his view of financial planners. He made incorrect statements about the way they ask people how much they want to spend. I have never met a reputable planner who did not start off by asking what my actual expenses were and what I projected them to be in retirement. He Made it sound as if the economist way of thinking was novel. It is basic common financial sense. I was also disappointed that you did not call him on his misstatements and over generalizations.
One of the best
JP is among the most thoughtful advisors in the Podcast arena. Not only is he skilled in money management, but wise in the search for happiness.