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People’s retirement outcomes may change as they advance in life and in their careers, and their financial circumstances may ebb and flow, too. People should review their retirement strategy on a regular basis with their financial advisor so they can determine if they’re still on track or if they need to make any modifications.
Introduction to FinStream and Your life, your life money program.
The panel discusses reinventing retirement in the new normal and the challenges lower income people face.
Lee Baker talks with Mac Gardner, founder and CEO or FinLit Tech and author of The Four Money Bears, about financial education and teaching children about money.
Lee Baker, host of Level Up with Lee, talks with Luis Rosa, the founder of Build A Better Financial Future and host of On My Way to Wealth podcasts about applying for credit cards, using credit and debt appropriately, and building a good credit score.
Lee Baker welcomes Rodney Brooks, journalist and author of Fixing the Racial Wealth Gap, to the show.
What is Money? In this episode of Ask The Professor, Professor Milligan presents money basics, including money's role in transactions and crypto currency.
In this episode of Ask The Professor, Professor Milligan explains Yield Curves and how understanding them can help you predict when a recession will occur.
Professor Milligan discusses bonds, including treasury bonds, corporate bonds, municipal bonds, yields, safety and tax ramifications.
Are you ready for an unexpected expense? An Emergency Fund can help. Learn how to build it, how much you'll need, and why it's necessary!
Beginning your investment journey is intimidating. Let Richard Sherman teach you how to start building money today with a few dollars.
"Adulting with Richard Sherman" guides on choosing the right checking account for your financial journey, providing essential insights for beginners.
"Andini, on Your World On Money, demystifies taxes, addressing the financial anxiety and confusion often associated with this crucial aspect."
Andini, a finance expert, partners with Experian to teach budgeting basics, addressing the stress caused by financial complexities.
Your World on Money-Credit: Overwhelmed and anxious about money? Not anymore. Master money basics – from budgeting to investing, homeownership to retirement – in Your World on Money. In this episode, we discuss credit.
The notice states that the IRS will look to see what the NFT actually represents (i.e., its rights and benefits), to determine its characterization – a result that most tax practitioners practicing in the digital asset space had been pushing for, according to Tony Tuths, Digital Asset Practice Leader and principal in Alternative Investments, Tax – KPMG LLP.
Dan Raju of Tradier discusses current developments in the world of cryptocurrency. Tradier is a next generation brokerage solution provider that powers one of the largest communities of active equity and options traders in the market
Ethereum merge, ARC, protecting yourself and your token, and more! TJ Dunham, founder and CEO of ARC sits down with Robert Powell to talk about the latest in the world of cryptocurrency.
Strategies to Reduce Taxable Income : In this episode of "Ask the Hammer," Jeffrey Levine from Buckingham addressed a common concern: how to lower taxable income for the year. Levine emphasized that the best approach depends on individual circumstances. He suggested several strategies, including contributing to employer-sponsored retirement plans like 401ks or 403bs, utilizing Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and leveraging Flexible Spending Accounts for healthcare or dependent care.
Can I Still Contribute to My FSA After Enrolling in Medicare? In this episode of "Ask the Hammer," Jeffrey Levine from Buckingham addresses a question about Medicare and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) for individuals working past the age of 65. The viewer, who plans to work until 70 and is covered under an employer's health plan, inquires about the necessity of giving up their FSA after enrolling in Medicare Part A.
New Developments in the Retirement Landscape: Recent discussions in the financial world have highlighted some pivotal changes made by the IRS in the realm of retirement contributions. In this episode of Ask The Hammer, Jeffrey Levine of Buckingham and Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily on TheStreet, dicsuss these changes and their implications for high-income wage earners. Here are the major takeaways: