Did you know that you still have the right to vote, even if you live overseas?
Doug believes we should take a big picture holistic approach to family finances, starting with our biggest asset- salary-when making financial plans.
Today"s discussion: "The effects of current geopolitical situation around the world on investing."
Paying taxes is a piece of cake.
Find out the best ways to organize your information and why storing it in the cloud is not always the best idea.
Do the government’s inflation and unemployment figures really give an accurate picture of the economy? Also find out how to manage your money when you live outside the United States
Doug Goldstein meets Alex Genadinik, entrepreneur, software engineer, and business consultant.
Are natural sources of energy, such as thorium and molten salt, effective alternatives to oil?
Find out what “conscious money” is and why doing a value review should be an important step in deciding how you invest.
Doug Goldstein talking to ... Doug Goldstein
Should you implement precautionary measures that can help minimize the impact of a market crisis on an investment portfolio?
An interview with Benjamin Zander, conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, and author of The Art of Possibility.
Talking about the best ways to give financial advice. Is "storytelling" helpful?
How can you turn your physical books into E-books?
On today’s show, Doug examines generational giving. Learn about the tax considerations involved in gifting money to your children
What is the greatest present that you can give your children when they get married? In certain communities, the answer is, “an apartment.” Many parents take on second or third mortgages, sell their own homes, or bury themselves in debt to make sure that an apartment comes along with the trousseau.
How do you visualize your retirement years? Most people hope that they will finally be able to do the things that they never had time to do during their working years. Very frequently, folks anticipate retirement will be a worry-free time, full of enjoyment, and ample time to spend with family and friends. As a financial adviser, I am often saddened to see retirees facing a different picture.
Some common worries every investor has regardless of wealth status and what to do about it
Pointers on how parents can raise financially independent children and how parents can make themselves financially stable while setting a good example for their children.
As a financial adviser I notice that certain money mistakes are very commonplace. Are you making these kinds of errors that can destroy a fortune? Instead of learning from your own mistakes, try learning from other people’s mistakes. Here is a list of some of the most common mistakes in financial planning.
What is the impact of renouncing US citizenship if you live abroad? Can you visit the US again?
Doug shares his insight on early retirement and stresses the level of commitment it takes to really reach the goal and maximize your chance of success at early retirement,
There is a myth that if you buy a property in Jerusalem then you are assured to make money.
How to get control of your money (when you have it).
What should you do when your US brokerage firm tells you they don’t want you as a client anymore?