What steps can you take to kick-start your successful retirement planning in 2019? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us now with 6 moves to make right now! WHAT ARE THE FIRST STEPS TO BOOST OUR SUCCESSFUL RETIREMENT PLANNING? Boost retirement contributions: The maximum annual 401(k) contribution limit is $19,000. If that’s not
What happens to bank checking and deposit accounts when a loved one passes away? Is it a big concern for heirs? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us again to talk about your Sunday Money and 4 steps to get your accounts in order before your final day. THIS IS POTENTIALLY A BIG
As most people continue to review and organize their finances at the beginning of a new year, what are the essential elements of a Personal Financial Plan? Paul Fain, president of Asset Planning Corporation joins us now with the 6 steps toward financial planning success! WHAT ARE THE FIRST STEPS IN DEVELOPING A FINANCIAL
Last week was very volatile in the world of finance. Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain narrates the highs and lows of the first week of 2019. LET’S START WITH THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN, HOW DOES IT IMPACT THE STOCK MARKET? Generally causes a DOWNTURN. It is negative. Historically, the downturn is TEMPORARY and bounces right
Many global stock markets are approaching “bear market” territory, meaning a decline of 20%. Volatility, as measured by the VIX index (pronounced vicks), is at its highest level in the last 5 years, so many investors are worried. Are you? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain has three things to focus on during a crazy market.
A new year. New goals for your money! What are your financial resolutions for 2019? Paul Fain, president of Asset Planning Corporation joins us with a list of ways to increase your financial fitness in the New Year. WHAT ARE TYPICALLY THE TOP FINANCIAL RESOLUTIONS? Save more! Savings goals: Save $1000 (less than 40%
At the end of Dicken’s classic tale, even Ebenezer Scrooge tipped the young boy sent to fetch the prize turkey. But it’s a common question during the holiday season: who gets a Christmas tip and how much should I give them? Our resident Scrooge, moneyman Paul Fain joins us again to look at your Sunday
Americans spend an average of $1,000 during the gift-giving season, according to the National Retail Federation. While there’s nothing wrong with the proverbial tie or toy, there are also financial gifts that can literally keep on giving. Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us now with financial gift options for everyone on your list.
It’s the talk at the water cooler…someone you know may be investing in…weed, ganja, cannabis…yep we are talking about marijuana stock! But should you add this growing industry to YOUR portfolio? Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins with his thoughts on whether or not these investments will go up in smoke. WHAT’S BEHIND THE SURGE