We’re talking all about Medicare on today’s show because we get questions quite often about this healthcare program. Before you make any decisions on coverage, it’s important to understand everything about Medicare because it’s unlike any other plan you used while working.
It’s been said you can eat food that’s healthy, cheap, or easy but you can’t get all three at once. At best you can get 2 out of the 3. Maybe you can go out to a restaurant, it’s easy and maybe healthy but it’s not going to be cheap. Is retirement planning and financial investments the same way?
What valuable lessons can we learn from one of the most successful investors of all time, Warren Buffett?
There are a lot of financial sayings out there, things that you’ve probably heard your whole life, what does a financial advisor make of these proverbs and are there any lessons to learn from them?
Retirement planning is as much about addressing an individual’s concerns and needs as it is about accumulating a bunch of assets. On this episode, we’re going to identify the most common pain points we see in retirement and tell you how to address them.
When it comes to retirement planning there are a lot of myths out there. On today’s episode, we are going to break down some common financial myths and what you should be focusing on instead when saving for the future.
The best way to get the most out of the money you’ve earned is to make sure you aren’t giving any of it away. By utilizing smart and careful tax planning strategies, you can set yourself up for a better financial future. Today we’ll address some of the common tax questions we hear and talk about a few of those strategies to help you protect the money you’ve earned.
We are excited to introduce the first episode of My Sweet Retirement! On this podcast, your host Josh Greenberg will be discussing the important financial topics you need to know to have a bright financial future. Join us today as we get to know Josh and his financial philosophy a little better