PAUL FAIN: PLAN FOR THE BEST, PREPARE FOR THE WORST With year-end fast approaching, what is on your “to-do” list? Perhaps more importantly, what should be on your to-do list for the remainder of 2019? Plan for the best, prepare for the worst. At least annually, or as life circumstances change, review your various insurance
This week we’ve got a question from a viewer. A viewer writes, “Our grandson is a freshman at UT and he wants to invest in the stock market – should I be concerned?” Paul Fain, Knoxville Certified Financial Planner and President of Asset Planning Corporation, answers this interesting question about investing in the stock market
Brokerage giant Charles Schwab & Company may have just changed access to the stock market forever. The giant custodian just announced that it was eliminating all trading commissions on stocks and Exchange-Traded Funds also known as ETF’s. Is this as good as it sounds for YOUR money? Paul Fain, Knoxville Certified Financial Planner and President
Decluttering is certainly a popular concept these days. So why not go all “Marie Kondo” on your finances? What should you keep, pitch, or consolidate? Paul Fain, Knoxville Certified Financial Planner and President of Asset Planning Corporation, has some tips for how to declutter your finances this week on WBIR’s Sunday Money. THE STUFF JUST
A decade of dominance by United States stocks raises a common question: why bother investing outside the United States? Paul Fain, Knoxville Certified Financial Planner and President of Asset Planning Corporation, answers this question and discusses international investments this week on WBIR’s Sunday Money. UNITED STATES STOCKS ARE OUTPERFORMING FOREIGN STOCKS RIGHT NOW… BUT
Merry Christmas! Yes, we said Christmas – believe it or not it is time to get your finances ready for holiday madness! Paul Fain, Certified Financial Planner and President of Asset Planning Corporation, shares some money tips to prepare us for the holiday season. YOU CAN NEVER START EARLY ENOUGH WITH HOLIDAY PLANNING, CAN YOU?
This morning we have a “viewer” question about 529 College Savings Plans…are they the best way to save for college? Let’s ask our Money Man, Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain. PAUL, WE KNOW THAT COLLEGE IS EXPENSIVE, REALLY EXPENSIVE, WHAT IS THE CURRENT PRICE TAG FOR A 4-YEAR DEGREE? The College Board’s average cost