Podcast

Ep 23: What Is Financial Life Planning?

Financial life planning is being purposeful in continually moving your life in the direction you desire and then matching your finances to support it. Said another way, it is financial planning done right. Listen to Kevin share a story of a client evaluate trade-offs and find a work-life balance that is better for them. He also shares a story of how he and his wife made big life changes after their first child was born … changes that would require Kevin to work several more years before they will reach financial independence. Whether you are in the heart of your working years or at retirement, this is one episode you won’t want to miss. Continue reading

Ep 22: Will Social Security Be There For Me?

Social Security’s future solvency is a regular discussion point when consid­ering your retirement planning. Simply put: can you rely on receiving what is shown on your Social Security statement? Tune in to hear the latest nuggets from the 2019 Social Security Trustee’s report – he read it so you don’t have to – and what Kevin believes to be the most likely reforms. Continue reading

Ep 21: The Story of Jane

Jane is in her mid 60s. She recently inherited money from her father and is soon to be getting remarried. She had two advisors – her own and now dad’s advisor – but didn’t have the clarity and confidence she felt she needed around her money and these big life transitions. Listen to Kevin share her story as she considered what she really wanted from a relationship with an advisor and wrestled with whether she had the type of financial situation to justify paying an advisor for help. Continue reading

Ep 19: Dynamic Strategy: Retirement Income Planning Series – Part 4

When building a financial plan that’s based around investing, it’s important to take into account a handful of dynamic elements that will likely vary quite a bit throughout your retirement. Tune in to our fourth installment of the series to hear how you can organize your plan around dynamic market expectations, dynamic allocations, and dynamic spending. Continue reading