Mar 4, 2024
Hosts Joseph and Regan examine how to handle inheritances. With the landscape of wealth transfer evolving rapidly, receiving an inheritance is not just a stroke of luck but a strategic element in financial planning.
They caution against hasty decisions and stress the importance of taking the time to assess goals...
Feb 29, 2024
What does it mean to be fair yet unequal in estate planning?
Explore how differing financial needs, family contributions, and the complexities of sibling relationships impact retirement planning. Discover actionable insights, from using life insurance to equalize asset distribution to fostering open communication...
Feb 22, 2024
Braden Warwick (PhD, PWL Capital) and Joe look at business owner compensation. They examine the often-debated choice between salaries and dividends.
Braden, a financial planning product architect at PWL, shares insights from a comprehensive study he conducted on optimal business owner compensation. They explore
Feb 15, 2024
This week we answer a listener question about defined benefit pension plans: I know not a lot of people have defined benefit plans, but everyone keeps talking about needing $1M-$2M at retirement. How would a defined benefit pension get valued, and does the amount needed at retirement include government programs?
Feb 8, 2024
New York Times Author Dan Solin joins Joe to discuss common misconceptions, essential factors for retirement planning, and the evolving retirement landscape. Dan emphasizes the impact of emotions on investment decisions and provides valuable advice on asset allocation and dealing with market volatility.