Even if you have a solid financial plan in place, things can quickly get out of tune if you don’t make adjustments from time to time. Let’s talk about some of the areas where we often see people get out of tune in their financial plan
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What do NFL quarterback battles have to do with your finances? We are going to explain how the similarities can be quite revealing. Plus, we’ll answer some of your mailbag questions about business loans and more.
Today is all about me, Michael Schulte, and what makes me tick. What is my background? Who influenced me? What frustrates me? Let’s have some fun pulling back the curtain on my thoughts, dreams and influences.
Most people understand that a customized retirement plan is much better than a one-size-fits-all approach. And yet, most people don’t have a plan that’s truly customized. We’ll share some of the things that need to be considered if you’re going to build a truly customized plan.
Are you an emotional spender or someone who loves to do research before making a purchase? No matter how you spend money, it’s helpful to know your personality type so you can best plan for retirement.
Common sense is actually quite uncommon, especially when it comes to financial planning. Here are some common sense money approaches you need to know.
Today, we’re talking about financial topics in the news, including the travel sector and campaign donations. Find out how these things can affect you and your planning process.
Today, we’re talking about financial planning in the Biden administration. What are some of the proposals that are out there? What are some of the changes that might be coming down?
Today, we’re answering your most pressing financial questions about 401ks, mutual funds and inflation. Let’s jump into the mailbag.
Pensions are not as popular as they once were. Why are they becoming extinct, and how are people now saving for retirement?
Let’s talk about some of the areas of your financial life where you might be flirting with disaster and don’t even know it. Disaster and retirement are not two words you want associated with each other.
What can we learn about retirement planning from watching a basketball game? There are some fascinating similarities between the two.
Is this a good time to buy bonds? Should I hire a younger financial advisor? How much should I save for retirement? Let’s dive into the mailbag and answer these and other questions.
If you’ve been around the internet long enough, you know to avoid the comment section. We slipped up and scrolled through a recent active on retirement and COVID-19. We’ll share the wide range of comments we came across and have a little fun evaluating them. Plus we’ll talk about times you say one thing and do another with your money before pulling Mark Twain quotes that provide a little financial wisdom.
Welcome to the debut episode of Saving the American Dream, where Michael Shulte of WestPac Wealth Partners will introduce you to the show and share his vision for what this will become.