Your Financial Mission Podcast 2018-06-27T15:26:00+00:00

When Is It “Safe” to Retire?

Are you wondering if it’s “safe” to retire? What kind of factors should you consider beforehand? In looking at your lifestyle and preparing you for some of the unknowns, J’Neanne gives some pointers on how to know when you’re ready to retire. She then talks tax reform as we put Tax Day 2019 behind us.

5 Common Pain Points In Your Financial Life

Today we’re tackling five financial pain points you will likely face--if not now, then in the future. Do you know how you plan to address these in your life? Then, we’ll talk about J’Neanne’s thoughts on taxing the rich and saving for college.

6 Things Wasting Away In Your Financial Junk Drawer

Everyone has a junk drawer somewhere full of odds and ends that might get so cluttered you forget what you have. We’ll talk about the six financial things you probably have sitting in a drawer somewhere as well and what you need to do to dust them off and make sure they are put to use. Then, J’Neanne talks about student loans and the ripple effect they have in the financial world.

Understanding Your Social Security Taxation

On this all-mailbag edition of the podcast, learn how your Social Security will be taxed. We'll also explore how cash settlements and inheritances could change your retirement.

Episode #59: 50 Shades Of Gray Area

When it comes to making financial decisions, your choices aren't always black and white. In fact, there's usually a lot of gray area. J'Neanne explains.

Episode #58: Risk Tolerance

Risk tolerance is a buzzword you've probably heard, but it's important to understand what it means to you. Discover your level of risk tolerance.

Episode #54: Hidden Expenses

Hidden expenses are lurking in your retirement plan even if you can't see them. Join us as we uncover important areas where you'll find hidden costs.

Episode #53: IRAs And 401(k)s

Strategize the best use for your qualified retirement accounts as we take your questions on IRAs and 401(k)s. Learn about rollovers and IRA consolidation.

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