Episode 333: Steve and John talk you through some techniques that can minimize taxes in retirement. They'll also help you to think through how you want to spend your time during retirement.
Episode 332: It's never too late to start saving for retirement! The Money Doctors will tell you how to get back on track. You'll also hear what researchers have discovered about the correlation between money and happiness.
Episode 331: The Money Doctors go over an early retirement checklist ― find out if you are on track! You'll also learn how to make ends meet if you find yourself out of a job or with reduced pay.
Episode 325: Steve and John address the issues involved in restarting the economy and discuss what that may look like. They also take a look at how the coronavirus may change the trajectory of your plans for retirement.
Episode 218: Steve and John take a few minutes to give you an update on the coronavirus. They also explain how to estimate how much money you will need to enjoy your retirement, and warn you about seven expensive assumptions that can sabotage your savings goals!
Episode 309: The Money Doctors take a walk through the last decade of the stock market. They also discuss some key provisions of the recently signed SECURE Act.
Episode 306: The Money Doctors are chock full of wisdom for those planning for retirement ― the earlier you get started, the better! John and Steve also take a look at wealth-building from a different angle. Are you even a little curious about how a beater can start your wealth trend?
Episode 301: Is it time to financially wean your adult kids? Steve and John have some great tips for you! The Money Doctors also expose eight money management myths that could sabotage your retirement dreams.
Episode 300: The Money Doctors give you a refresher on Medicare and then warn you of four changes in 2020. They also look into an alternative method of funding your long-term care.
Episode 299: Do you waste money? Learn how you stack up to the rest of America when it comes to your spending habits! The Money Doctors also help you think through some important questions as retirement approaches.