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The Retirement Planning Show
12 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 11 - 8 Ways to be Financially Stable by the Time You Turn 30
Most people in their 20s, hardly think about their financial future, let alone plan for it. However, it should be one of the main priorities for anyone at this age. This podcast aims to help, and is especially helpful for those who has acquired their first job and is looking to take the first steps towards proper planning for their future. Learn more about how to become financially stable by your 30s in this podcast:
18 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 10 - 7 Top Retirement Roadblocks
While different circumstances surround each individual’s plan towards retirement, there are common roadblocks that get in their way and prevent them from reaching their goals. Each person may encounter these 7 roadblocks and while they aren’t ordered by priority, this generalized list hopes to help them become aware of the challenges they may face and how to avoid them. Chip shares more about these retirement roadblocks in this podcast:
22 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 9 - Setting Financial Goals
Chip Coughlin shares why everyone should have financial goals and how financial goals usually go hand in hand with other goals such as education, family, etc. It’s important to take some time to make short- term and long-term goals to help one stay on track. Having goals and creating a plan towards these goals will eventually pay off in the long run. Learn more about setting financial goals in this podcast:
28 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 8 - 11 Strategies to Save Money on Taxes
In order to have a better overall financial plan, you must have a tax reduction strategy that complements it. Every two years, one’s tax situation must be examined and the goal is to be able to reduce liability for both of these years. It requires planning to maximize the amount of money you can save. Consider these 11 strategies to help in creating a good tax reduction strategy. Learn more about these strategies in this podcast: Note: This information is not intended to be used as a substitute for specific individual tax advice. We suggest you discuss your specific situation with a qualified tax advisor.
41 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 7 - Stocks and Mutual Funds
Chip Coughlin of Retirement Income Analysts, shares more on investing. With the right research, and knowledge you can make informed decisions and predict whether the company or asset will hopefully increase in value, providing you more income. Consulting qualified professional financial advisor, will also help in the decision making process. Learn more about stocks and mutual funds in this podcast:
38 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 6 - 9 Scary Retirement Statistics
Chip Coughlin shares insights on an article from 2015, from the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators. The article reveals some scary statistics about retirement. Despite being done a few years ago, the information continues to be very relevant. These statistics show how important it is to plan for retirement and not just think about it. Learn more about these statistics and how you can prepare in this podcast:
39 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 5 - Retirement Planning Today – Part II
Chip Coughlin of Retirement Income Analysts, shares his steps in community college classes to help people achieve their retirement goals. A successful retirement is achieved through planning and preparation. This episode focuses on Life Planning and the nine categories people need to consider for retirement, these include: Education and Growth, Health and Fitness, Leisure and Recreation, Spirituality, Career and Work, Financial, Home, Relationships, and Community. Learn more with Chip in this podcast.
23 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 4 - Retirement Planning Today - Part I
When it comes to retirement planning, a lot of people lack the knowledge about how to properly plan, and there are many facets people are not aware of. Chip Coughlin gives back to his community in Syracuse, New York by offering retirement educational classes. The knowledge he shares is especially helpful for people from age 55, those who are likely planning for retirement. Retirement is not just about accumulating money, it’s about determining what kind of life people want to live and how they can live on their money. Learn more about Chips classes on Retirement Planning in this podcast.
25 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Episode 3 - Top 5 Questions Clients Have Been Asking Chip
Chip Coughlin of Retirement Income Analysts in Syracuse, New York A lot of these questions ring true no matter the economy or political system. They spring from the fact that when it comes to their financial situation, clients feel like they’re on their own, rowing a boat and wondering if they’re going to be okay. Learn more about these five questions in this podcast:
28 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
Episode 2 - 6 Things I Wish I Knew Then, That I Know Now
Chip Coughlin of Retirement Income Analysts in Syracuse, New York has worked in the financial services profession for over 34 years with a focus on helping people retire. In this podcast Chip shares the top six things he wishes he knew when he was just starting off in the financial services business.
43 minutes | Nov 14, 2016
Episode 1 - Top 10 Roadblocks to Retirement Planning
The success of a retirement plan is based on nurturing the right habits, and having the right structures in place. What are the biggest things holding people back from achieving this? What roadblocks stand between you and retiring with confidence? On the episode we discussed 10 common roadblocks and how to avoid them. Make prudent decisions so that you’re always moving ahead and never trying to make up ground. -Chip Coughlin At the start of the show we jumped right into the 10 retirement roadblocks. These roadblocks include not defining what you want to do in your retirement years and not being emotionally prepared for retirement. It’s important to set financial goals for your lifestyle goals and make a commitment to being financially successful by taking the time to invest in your plan. It’s also important to start investing early and to do so on regular basis, so that it’s built into your lifestyle. We also discussed the importance of using tax laws to your advantage, allocating assets properly, planning for the unexpected, taking advantage of employer benefits and properly planning your estate. Takeaways Retirement requires both financial and emotional preparation, you have to be sure you have something productive to do and enough activities to fill up your calendar. An employer-provided retirement plan is a great way to save because the money comes out of your paycheck pre-taxed, and it accumulates on a tax deferred basis. It’s not how much you earn, it’s how much you’re saving in your retirement because over time, compound interest is your future. People are passionate about a number of things. It’s important to be passionate about your finances. Don’t treat them as an abstract, treat them as something you should be involved in on an ongoing basis, to have an impact on your life and standard of living. Take the time to get it right. Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day and your financial empire won’t be either. A little planning will always go a long way. To download your free Budget Worksheet or Net-Worth Calculation Worksheet, visithttps://www.retirementincomeanalysts.com/chip-bridge-street-.html. Learn more about our Retirement Planning Services athtt
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