Category: Podcast

Episode 9: The 5 Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes

The number one thing I hear from clients is they don’t want to ever be a burden on their loved ones, and yet, I’ve seen a number of estate planning mistakes over the years.  Fortunately, they never truly get exposed unless something unexpected happens.  These 5 common estate planning mistakes can and should be addressed, and I always recommend seeking official legal counsel from a licensed attorney to do so! 

Episode 8: What to do when stocks are volatile?

Spoiler alert:  The answer is NOT “do nothing.”  

Volatility is a healthy part of investing!  If there was no risk to it, there would not be the upside potential the stock market has provided for decades!  Inevitably when the stock market is volatile, I field a bunch of questions on “what to do next?!”  Nobody is complaining when markets are flying up with no volatility, but once we see that 10% or 20% dip, people start to pay attention.  I decided to record this episode to shed light into what our practice looks like and how we navigate the good and bad markets.  I hope you enjoy it!

Episode 7: Retirement Income Withdrawal Strategies

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes. 

Episode 6: 4 Tax Strategies As We Approach Year End

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes. 

Episode 5: What is a safe rate of withdrawal in retirement?

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes. 

Episode 4: Maximizing Social Security Benefits for Retirement

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes. 

Episode 3: Four Stress Tests For A Bulletproof Retirement Plan

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes. 

Episode 2: The Tax Trap of Traditional 401ks and IRAs

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes. 

Episode 1: Introduction to “The Planning for Retirement” Podcast

I started this podcast as a unique way to deliver informative content to friends, family, clients and prospective clients.  The strategies and concepts are developed based on frequent challenges or questions I come across in my personal practice.  However, this should not be misconstrued as investment or tax advice, and you should consider your own unique circumstances before making any changes.