The importance of proper estate planning shouldn’t be understated, as it can be a lasting gift for your loved ones after your passing. You may have heard some of these assumptions surrounding estate planning, but we’re here to help debunk a few popular myths.
Join James and special guest Mike Maisel on this week’s episode as they dive into the idiosyncrasies of money. How much are you willing to leave your children, and what are you taking from them by giving them so much?
What happens when conflict goes unresolved in a relationship? It builds into resentment – a much more difficult mess to clean up. On this week’s episode, James equips you with the tools you need to have those scary conversations about money, so you can avoid the scarier conversations about debt or what happens when you’ve been undersaving.
When historians look back at this period of time, I am convinced they will refer to it as The Age of Worry.
And what happens to us when we worry? We turn to things-we hoard and we over-accumulate.
Just ask the families that bought a shopping cart full of toilet paper last year!
We think that having those things will make us feel safe, and maybe it does for a second.
But living a rich life means you can look directly at the worry and know you’re good.
If you eliminate risk, you eliminate any potential for reward. On this week’s episode, James is joined by special guest Todd Wilkowski. Todd is here to share how he created a business model after his own servant heart to fill a need for small businesses.
Finding the right financial advisor – one who is a good fit for you and your family – can be very challenging.
In this video David Kern, a financial advisor at Wealthquest, shares some questions and thoughts to keep in mind when you’re looking for a financial advisor.
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