social security

Ep 48: How Delayed Gratification Can Help Your Finances

Delayed gratification is a difficult skill to master and that’s just as true with financial matters as it is the other areas of your life. Let’s talk about some instances where you might be faced with a choice of being satisfied now or satisfied later.

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Ep 45: Don’t Make These Excuses

We often hear people try to make excuses or explain away some of their questionable financial decisions. On today’s show we’ll explain why these excuses usually don’t hold water.

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Ep 37: Mailbag – Social Security, 401k Investments and Long-Term Care

Today, we’re answering your mailbag questions. Up first, Beth wants to know if it was a mistake to take Social Security early. We’ll also answer your questions about 401k investments and long-term care.

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Ep 28: Retirement Decisions That Can’t Be Undone

Some decisions you make are hard to go back to change, and some you can’t change at all. And there are many decisions in retirement planning that can’t be undone, so you want to make sure that you make the right call.

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Ep 26: Agree or Disagree With These Financial Strategies?

Should you always pay off your house as soon as you can? Do you need life insurance when you retire? Find out if we agree or disagree with these financial strategies.

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Ep 15: Are We Playing Chess, Roulette or Poker?

Many financial decisions can be compared to playing chess, roulette or poker. Some use skill and some use luck, and we will explain why.

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Ep 10: 5 Types of Financial Risks

Most people don’t know what types of risk they should guard against in their finan-cial planning. We break down five risks and how to address them. Plus, Mark an-swers your mailbag questions.

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Ep 9: 5 Classic Pre-Retiree Mistakes

Everyone gets tripped up by mistakes in retirement planning and sometimes they’re unavoidable. But many times we see pre-retirees make bad decisions that hurt their financial future and they could have steered clear of these with a little assistance. Let’s look at the classic mistakes that we see before answering a few mailbag questions.

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