Why EVERYONE Needs A Financial Plan

Everyone needs a financial plan. Today’s world is too fast moving, and our dependence on money is too important for us to not have a plan. Money impacts us in nearly everything we do, and is more complicated than ever, so it’s important to be able to safely and confidently navigate the world of money on a day-to-day basis. The problem is that most traditional planners only serve high net worth individuals. Fortunately there is a new type of financial planner that offers affordable financial planning for everyone, no matter their net worth.

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Birthdays And Bucket Lists- FCP005

One of the best times to review your progress in all areas of your life is on your birthday. Episode 5 of the podcast gives you some tips on how to make the most of your annual review to make sure you are on track for the life you want to live

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Your Just In Case Plan-FCP004

Having a emergency action plan in place will help you think and act clearly when something unexpected happens. This fourth episode of the Financial Clarity Podcast gives you some ideas on how to put together your own action plan to deal with a serious or urgent event.

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The Financial Benefits Of Good Health – FCP003

One of the best things you can do to increase your net worth and your enjoyment of life is to improve your health. This episode of the Financial Clarity Podcast explores the surprising connection between health and financial success and gives you some tips and suggestions on how to get the most from your money by improving your health.

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Equifax Data Breach, Securing Your Identity And Financial Data-FCP002

The second episode of the Financial Clarity podcast discusses the recent Equifax data breach and steps you can take to protect your valuable financial and personal data from hacking, data loss and identity theft.  Also, in our Fun Money segment, we’ll discuss some ways to finding your passion that you can use to live a richer, more fulfilling life.

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Welcome To The Financial Clarity Podcast – FCP001

This is the 1st episode of the Financial Clarity podcast and it will be an introduction to the podcast, the podcast’s format and why I’m starting it. I’m very excited to get going with this podcast and I think it will prove to be great platform for helping you make the most of your money while also enjoying life to the fullest. Each episode will cover two main areas, how to get the most for your money and how to get the most from your money. We’ll cover basic financial planning and personal finance subjects as well as how to spend and enjoy your money to help you live a more fulfilling life.

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Friday Funday: Anniversaries And The Long Term View

As I take a break from a full length Friday Funday post to celebrate our wedding anniversary I’m reminded how many of the best things in life are the result of taking a long term view and enjoying each and every passing year as much as possible.

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Your Just In Case Cash

One of the best things you can do for your financial health is make sure you have an adequate amount of emergency savings. A recent study showed that a stunning 69 percent of Americans that have less than $1,000 in emergency savings. Don’t be one of those people. Here are some easy steps that you can take to improve your emergency savings and help secure your financial security.

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Friday Funday: Find Your Fitness Motivation

Improving our level of health and fitness is a good thing, both for our bodies and our bank accounts. Even with those advantages, finding the motivation to make positive change can be a challenge. Fortunately there are a number of sources of the motivation you need and we discuss how to take advantage of that and get started down the path to better financial and physical health.

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You Just Don’t Understand Me

Our relationship with money is one of the biggest determinants of the success of our financial plans, often more important than the returns we get on our investments. Anything we can do to improve that relationship is well worth our effort.

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