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Resolved - This Year I Will Prepare [Part 2] (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted April 11, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

How can you prepare for life's unexpected twists and turns?

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Resolved - This Year I Will Prepare [Part 1] (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted April 3, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

How can you prepare for life's unexpected twists and turns?

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Are Volatile Stock Markets Good for Investors?

When the ups and downs of stock markets leave you stressed and wondering whether stocks really will help you pursue your long-term financial goals, there are two things to remember:

1. Historically, over long periods, stocks have tended to move higher.

What to Do With My Unspent RMDs? (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted February 20, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

You get sent a Required Minimum Distribution every year, but what should you do with it?

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Shutdown Lesson - Why We All Need Some Emergency Cash

Submitted by Pat Cote on February 17, 2019

Politics aside, it was tragic to hear that many government workers ran into trouble paying their bills when they did not have a paycheck for a month.  Unfortunately, this cash shortfall is not unusual, as a Federal Reserve survey last year showed that 40% of American adults would not be able to cover a $400 emergency expense or would do so by borrowing or selling something.

Although many HENRYs (High Earners, Not Rich Yet) make more than the maximum government salary of $140K per year and may have substantial 401(k) balances, even HENRYs can sometimes run into trouble if they have not put enough emergency cash aside.  In fact, one of the key pillars of a financial plan is to make sure that emergency cash is available if needed.

The rule of thumb for the right amount of emergency cash is anywhere from three to twelve months’ worth of expenses.  The more risk in your personal situation, the higher the amount of emergency cash needed.

This Valentine’s Day, spend only what you should—and insure only what makes sense!

By Alysia Boehner, Certified Insurance Counselor

We’re headed for a record-setting Valentine’s Day. And though I hate to put a damper on this heart-filled holiday, the revelation that the majority of people are planning to spend more than ever on Valentine’s Day this year is less-than-great news for most gift givers this year.

Get Rid of the Gold Diggers (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted February 13, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

You have life insurance so your spouse will be protected in the case of your death. But what if someone tries to take advantage of that money?

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