Anonymous wants to retire early and often. They’re going overseas, where they’ll make their annual salary within six months. Where should they put their extra income?
Anonymous also wants to know: how can they find a financial advisor they can actually trust?
Another anonymous listener wants to know – is it possible to spend more while minimizing taxes in early retirement?
JuanCarlos asks: is $20,000 too little to invest with a financial advisor?
Angela is wondering how to create a Roth IRA account for a teenager.
Rose is thinking about switching from mutual funds to index funds because it means encountering less fees, but her and her husband are in their 60s. Does this make sense?
Ari has $700,000 to invest in a taxable brokerage account. He wants to know if a 90 percent total stock market index and 10 percent bonds is a good asset allocation.
Dave and his wife want to use their defined benefit plans as their primary income stream in retirement, and supplement with Roth and 457 incomes. Where else should they be saving?
Myself and former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy answer these questions on today’s episode.