With the increasing tax environment that we’re in, it’s important as ever to be paying close attention to your financial decisions and the impact they could have on tax planning. Many of the investments you’re making today could have both short and long-term tax obligations and proper planning can ensure that you’re keeping as [...]
When it comes to your money, you might have several different voices in your head— maybe the voice of greed, or the voice of fear, and sometimes the voice of wisdom. Let’s look at some things we might hear from the voice of greed so you know how to recognize it when you hear it…
After listening to today’s episode, you’ll never attend another baseball game with the family and look at it the same way. We’re going to show you how taking some of baseball’s most basic principles can also lead to financial success in your retirement portfolio. So, grab your peanuts and crackerjacks and let’s take the financial field.
Proverbs 16:18 says “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall.” Let’s talk about some of the ways that pride might manifest itself in your financial planning in the form of overconfidence.
One of the largest employers in the Macon area is GEICO. Over the years, Lee has sat down with many employees of this company and helped them plan for retirement. There have been many common traits among this demographic of people, so Lee wanted to put the most common problems he has seen in his new book "Leaving The Lizard."
Let’s talk about some of the areas of your financial life where you might be flirtin’ with disaster and don’t even know it on today's show.
You don't want to make an assumption when it comes to your money and retirement. Instead, learn how to take control of your finances rather than hoping things fall into place on their own.
On this episode, we present you with five commandments that are worth of being written on stone tablets in your retirement plan.
Everyone has read blogs, watched shows, and listened to people talk about all the key ways to improve or succeed in retirement. But what about how you can mess it all up? Let’s tackle five easy ways to ruin your retirement (then just do the opposite of these things and you’ll be fine).