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With more people getting vaccinated, people are looking forward to some post-COVID vacationing. Bruce and Peg have some advice for getting the most vacation bang for your buck.
When it comes to tax time, you might not think of having fun. Bruce and Peg explain how out of the box thinking can help you come tax time.
The American Rescue Act has a lot of provisions, and whether you qualify for some of the benefits can be a tricky question. Bruce is joined by Ryan McKeown to tell you everything you need to know. 
People often compare the markets or investing to the stock market. Bruce and Peg think that’s a lie, and one that can be destructive to your financial goals.
Time is money and money loves time. Bruce and Peg discuss the importance of knowing where you are in your retirement timeline.
New romance isn’t just for young lovers. For a variety of reasons, many are choosing to get married later in life, and Bruce and Peg are here to talk about the special considerations that entails.
Another Super Bowl, another round of sports analogies. Bruce and Peg offer strategies to take you to a championship level retirement.
Having an emergency savings might seem like an afterthought. Bruce and Peg want to bring it front of mind, and want you to make it part of your financial strategy.
Social Security brings with it a lot of questions. Bruce and Peg offer some advice for when to begin taking it, the tax implications of it, and what else you need to know about it.
The 4th quarter of 2020 spoke to the importance of a diversified portfolio. Bruce and Peg are joined by Chris Haarstick, Director of Investments, to discuss how 2020 concluded and what we can expect in 2021.
A lot of people have made financial New Year’s resolutions, but without a budget, you aren’t going to keep them. Bruce and Peg offer some tips for setting your budget and sticking to it.
It’s the holiday season, and it’s end of year giving season. Bruce and Peg are joined by David Hill to discuss how the charitably inclined to make their dollars go further.
After a tumultuous election season, you might be concerned about your pocketbook. Bruce and Peg are joined by Chris Haarstick to discuss how and why to stick to your financial plan.  
Recessions are inevitable. A smart financial plan anticipates them and accounts for them. Bruce and Peg discuss the pitfalls of overreacting to recessions and making poor decisions as a result.
Bruce and Peg are always asked what the markets are going to do, and they always give the correct answer, “we don’t know.” Embracing our ignorance helps us make stronger financial decisions.
Job loss, pandemics, election results. If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that there are no guarantees. Bruce and Peg offer some tips for keeping afloat when things don’t go your way.
It’s election season, and that means it’s time to look at what the candidates might actually do if elected. Bruce is joined by Brian Vnak to talk about what that means for you.
With mortgage rates near all-time lows, a lot of people are looking at their credit. Bruce and Peg have some advice for being proactive about getting your ducks in a row.
In a recession, we not only need to think about our paycheck, but our non-cash compensation as well. Bruce and Peg offer some tips for keeping your compensation rolling in a downturn.
Summer is over. Election season is around the corner. Congress is fighting over COVID legislation. Bruce and Peg took your calls to try to make sense of it all.
Football season is here, it’s time to think about your retirement game plan. Bruce and Peg are here with some ways to kick off your retirement.
You work hard for your money, and when it comes to retirement, you want to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Bruce and Peg offer some ways you can plan now to pay less in taxes later.
Between tax laws, retirement reform, and the ongoing response to COVID-19, much has changed as it relates to your finances. Bruce and Peg are here to summarize the changes and how they might impact you.
When you retire, your income goes away, but your mortgage doesn’t. Bruce and Peg offer some tips to making sure you aren’t house poor in retirement.
People don’t always like to talk about estate planning, but doing so can save your family heartache down the road. Bruce and Peg offer their perspective and advice.  
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Podcast Details

Created by
Wealth Enhancement Group
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 20th, 2016
Latest Episode
Apr 4th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
211
Explicit
No
Language
English

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