Being an entrepreneur or leading a small business is a lot like running a family. There are a lot of paths being taken, and not usually one agreed-upon way to travel.
The events of last year may have taken a toll on your financial situation. For those who had a financial advisor during that time, they were guided through all the ups and downs of the market and their personal financial lives.
You make purchases every day and probably don’t really reflect on them afterwards, but what if you did? On this week’s episode, James builds on the Paradox of Choice with 10 factors that influence your purchase decisions!
As we head into the second half of the year – now is the perfect time to check in on your finances.
Here are 6 things you can do right now to make sure your financial well-being is in good shape!
Is the weight from the opportunity cost of all the things you didn’t choose a little too heavy these days? On this week’s episode, James introduces Barry Schwartz’s ‘Paradox of Choice’. Disappointment is inevitable when you have too many options. James explains this modern dilemma, and shares some advice on how you can feel confident in the decisions you make!
Classic investments, like stocks, are not the only investments taxed by capital gains. Capital gains taxes can apply to any other property that acquires value over time.
Did the internet make keeping up with the Joneses worse for millennials and Gen X? On this week’s episode, James and special guest Ashley Brewster explore what it means to be a HENRY (not some random guy named Henry), how to avoid chasing money, and what really defines your success. And what does it really mean to be “adulting”? If you are or know a “high earner, not rich yet” this episode is for you.
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