The new year is almost here. Starting January 1st we often see more people outside, walking, jogging or running working on their “resolutions”. This usually lasts for a couple of weeks after which the people, as well as their resolutions perhaps, fade into obscurity.
Are these resolutions not merely confessions?
On today’s episode with special guest Ben McFie, you will learn how to make New Year’s goals which will last long after the first two weeks of January. Listen Now
As excited as everyone seems around Christmas, a lot of people report experiencing “post-holiday blues”. Interestingly, over 40% of Americans go into debt to buy Christmas gifts. Might this new debt contribute to their post-holiday blues? We thought s
If you’ve been “around” in the insurance world, you’ve probably heard about a term rider.
It is quite common to see an insurance policy with a term rider attached, but this doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. In fact, many times, putting a term rider on a policy makes no sense at all.
Today on Wealth Talks, Tom and John discuss term riders and why they don’t often like them.
Taxes have been around for a very long time indeed. If we look at the history of taxes in the United States, we notice a curious phenomenon... taxes rarely decrease over time. For some reason, taxes tend to go up!
Guess what? They could be going up again! As cheerful as this may be to DC’ers, a few of us American citizens find this upsetting.
So, what should we do to ensure we don’t pay more in taxes than we must? Listen now on Wealth Talks.
With college tuition increasing and student loans becoming a real problem, the question presents itself: Is college still worth it?
Many college students graduate and work jobs completely unrelated to their degree. But at least they are thousands of dollars in debt. That always makes the future seem bright!
Today on Wealth Talks, Tom and John take a hard look at college education. Is it necessary? Is it useful? Is it dangerous? Listen now on Wealth Talks.