Money Chic Podcast
Confident – Healthy – Informed – Capable
That’s what it means to be Money Chic
About the podcast.
Join financial advisor and money coach Shari Rash each episode as she helps breakdown financial and retirement challenges facing today’s women and their families. Shari will share insider secrets about women & money and show you ways to enhance your life, financial plans, your family’s future, and make sure you’re Money Chic!
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Episode Show Notes
You need to make smart decisions during major life events, and we are here to help guide you. Whether it’s a job change or divorce, we recommend taking three months to work everything out.
Sometimes you need to find a new financial advisor. Other times, you might think you need a new advisor, but really, you’re just guilty of thinking that the grass is greener on the other side.
As we approach the end of the year, saving money on taxes becomes a bigger focus for many people. Today we’re sharing some of the most common retirement planning questions about taxes.
Just like the lights on your dashboard can indicate if something is wrong with your car (like low tire pressure or leaking oil), there are indicators in your financial life that might point out that you have a problem that needs to be addressed.
We always talk about the money side of financial and retirement planning. But what about the mental aspect of that big life change?
There are plenty of decisions that you’ll make in the retirement planning process that can’t be undone, so you want to make sure that you make the right call. In this episode, we’ll explain why these decisions are so important and can’t be undone.
People have many reasons for procrastinating when it comes to putting a retirement plan together. Let’s explore some of those excuses and why they can be dangerous, and talk about how to overcome them.
On today’s show, we’re going to peel back the curtain to discuss some areas where a good financial advisor’s opinions might go against the grain with mainstream ideas in the industry.
A recent article from The Hill, breaks down the potential EARN Act working its way through our government right now. Sort of like a Secure Act 2.0, the EARN Act could change essential things about retirement planning.
What’s the key to surviving a bear market, whether you are in retirement or you are preparing for retirement? A dip in the market may seem scary but it can be an opportunity for investors as well.