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A major mistake new retirees make is failing to make a sound retirement budget. Here are some practical suggestions to find the ideal retirement budget and still reach your personal goals.
Is creating a trust appropriate for your estate plan? Learn about the ramifications of trusts on probate, inheritance, and maintaining control of your assets.
Spending money can be an educational experience. Find out how to teach your kids how to make better choices about spending money.
When a professional provides client references, will you get an objective opinion?
E-mails and other quick forms of messaging leave open the possibility of miscommunication. Doug gives advice on how to communicate effectively with your financial advisor.
Find out how the BUZZ Index works and why people may be more inclined to tell the truth on social media platforms than in polls.
Is there a magic amount of savings that enables you to retire? What factors, other than age, should be taken into consideration when determining when and where you’ll retire?
Find out why women in particular should research what they may be entitled to when they retire, whether single, married, or divorced. Depending on your situation, it may be more than you think.
Learn why cheapskates rarely suffer from “buyer’s remorse,” and get tips for how to teach children the advantages of delayed gratification. Learn why 'cheapskates' rarely suffer from “buyer’s remorse,” and get tips for how to teach children the advantages of delayed gratification.
The hardest part of investing is not being able to predict the future; the easy part is the paperwork. Doug explains how technology is making financial paperwork easier to deal with.
If you want your money to grow faster than the bank’s interest rates, should you invest in the stock market? Is there a “safe stock?” What should conservative investors do with their investments?
Why do some people prefer to bet in a casino, where the odds are stacked in favor of the house, rather than putting their money into the stock market, where chances of making a profit are much higher?
Doug shares three simple steps that you can take this year to stay financially secure. Find out what these steps are on today’s financial podcast
Many retirees’ biggest worry is that they will outlive their savings. In today's show, Doug shares tactics for preparing financially for a long life, so that you will always be able to pay your bills.
The real key to building wealth? It's obvious: Make more money. Today's program discusses why you should think out of the box when deciding on a profession rather doing what seems easiest.
Investing wisely is more than just choosing high-yielding investments and optimizing your asset allocation. Today's broadcast shares tips about investing wisely and how to plan your estate
Should retirees keep any money in the stock market? Some say retirees should cash out completely, others say leave money in stocks to protect against inflation. Doug discusses both options.
Many teenagers have no idea about how banks work, budgeting, or bill paying, and as a result can fall into the cycle of debt from an early age. Learn how teenagers can become fiscally responsible.
Find out why most Israeli retirees have better health coverage than they would in the United States, and what you need to know about nursing care for the elderly.
How might Trump's winning the White House affect the U.S. economy, stocks, and other investments?
What is the best way to increase your odds at making a profit in the market? Why do people equate gambling with buying stocks, and why are they wrong?
Is it fair to say investing in stocks is like gambling?
What’s the first thing you should do if you receive a sudden windfall, such as an inheritance, legal settlement, or bonus?
Doug talks about looking at the longer-term view of the world economy. Can things get better? Will you benefit from the world’s future abundance?
Find out what “conscious money” is and why doing a value review should be an important step in deciding how you invest.
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