Greenlight: A Great Tool to Teach Your Kids about Money, Ep #183

Greenlight

Why is it important to teach your kids about money when they’re young? How do you teach your kids about money in a day and age where everything is moving digital? I still have an 11 and 13-year-old at home who I need to educate on spending, saving, and investing. I’ve found a great tool that anyone can…

3 Tips to Boost Financial Satisfaction in your Marriage, Ep #182

3 Tips to Boost Financial Satisfaction in Your Marriage

According to Dixie Meyer and Renata Sledge in their article, “The Relationship Between Conflict Topics and Romantic Relationship Dynamics,” personal habits, communication style, household chores, finances, big decisions, quality time together, sex, parenting styles, and in-laws are the topics most married couples most frequently argue about. The three biggest things? Finances, differences in parenting styles,…

How to Avoid These 5 Mistakes in Retirement, Ep #181

How to Avoid These 5 Mistakes in Retirement

I recently came across an opinion piece, “I Failed at Retirement: How to Avoid My Mistakes,” by Mike Drak. Mike worked in the banking industry for over 30 years. His wife is an investment advisor. But when he retired, he quickly felt like he had failed to prepare. How did he fail at retirement? I will…

How Your Home Can Benefit You in Retirement, Ep #179

How Your Home Can Benefit You in Retirement

Your home provides shelter, right? Homeowners’ houses are also investments—just like stocks and bonds. Unlike living in an apartment, you can bequeath your home to someone after you pass away. Houses—like any product or service—provide benefits. What are they? And can your home be a source of income in retirement? Listen to this episode of…