April 4, 2021
Today, we are talking about four things that everybody needs to do to help plan for the worst. "The worst" means your death or becoming incapacitated. These steps will help your loved ones move forward more efficiently.
Some of this involves legal documents, and we are not attorneys. We cannot offer you legal advice. We are sharing some of our experiences to make it easier for people to handle these situations.
To learn more, please visit: https://flemingwatson.com/4-things-to-help-you-plan-for-the-worst/
March 28, 2021
How can a 100-year flood help you prepare for a better retirement? We will show the impact a generational event can have on a retirement account.
To learn more, please visit: https://flemingwatson.com/how-can-a-100-year-flood-help-you-plan-for-a-better-retirement/
March 14, 2021
When it comes to stocks, ten percent doesn't necessarily mean ten percent. We will explain this and how setting reasonable expectations can make you a better investor.
To see the graphs we use in this episode and learn more, visit: https://flemingwatson.com/10-percent-doesnt-mean-10-percent/
March 7, 2021
Retirement anxiety. It is the nervous feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you start to think about your retirement. We'll talk about one of the best ways to ease that stress.
February 21, 2021
How can you invest in electric vehicles? Today we discuss:
- the two ways you can do this
- the difference between the two
- and a valuable lesson we can learn from one of the best-performing stocks over the last quarter-century, Amazon.
To learn more, visit: https://flemingwatson.com/how-can-you-invest-in-electric-vehicles/
February 14, 2021
Can spouses start Social Security benefits at different times? This was a question we received from a listener. In today's episode, we answer it.
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February 7, 2021
Today we discuss required minimum distributions and cover:
- when you have to start taking them
- why it's important to take them
- the basics of how they're computed
- when during the year is the best time to take your distribution
- and, what you can do with the money if you don't need the income
Required minimum distributions may not be an interesting topic, but our clients ask a lot of questions about them. If you're heading towards your retirement, it's something that should be on your radar.
To learn more, visit: https://flemingwatson.com/required-minimum-distributions/
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