Smart Money Questions

Weekly investing and financial planning wisdom seeking to provide answers to your financial questions with your host, Matt Hausman.

Episode #68: Avoid Costly Mistakes In Estate Planning

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Costly mistakes in your estate plan, specifically the passing of your qualified retirement accounts, are avoidable. Learn how, and prevent a headache.

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Episode #67: What Financial Demographics Can Tell Us

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Financial demographics and statistics are confusing, but they provide insight into financial planning. Find out what the data says about retirement today.

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/episode-67-financial-demographics/

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Episode #66: What To Do With Required Minimum Distributions

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Required minimum distributions (RMDs) are an inevitable part of retirement, but what should you do with that money? Matt explains.

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Episode #65: Walter Buys A House

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We’re shaking things up on the podcast. Learn about co-host Walter Storholt’s home-buying experience. Discover how buying a house relates to your finances.

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/episode-65-walter-buys-house/

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Episode #64: Health Insurance Options Before Medicare

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Taking an early retirement can be a tempting offer, but there are some things to keep in mind before pulling the trigger. Since Medicare does not cover you until you turn 65, have you considered what your health insurance options are once you are no longer working? Matt will go over some coverage options to keep in mind before you are eligible for Medicare.

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/health-insurance-options-before-medicare/

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Episode #63: Making Bad Financial Assumptions

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Be careful of making assumptions about certain areas of retirement planning before you really know the facts. Some of these assumptions could be correct, but they could just as likely be wrong…

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/episode-63-bad-financial-assumptions/

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Episode #62: Side Thought. Tax Reform With Rich Swavely

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Rich Swavely joins us for a casual conversation on taxes. We'll cover the good, the bad, and the ugly of recent tax reform in Washington.

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/episode-62-tax-reform/

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Episode #61: Things You Can’t Control

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In retirement planning, there are many things that are completely out of your control. Fortunately, the things that you can control allow you to deal with those things you can’t.

 

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/episode-61-things-you-cant-control/

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Episode #60: Legal Documents You Need In Your Retirement Plan

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Legal documents are confusing and typically come with a lot of complex vocabulary. Matt sorts through the jargon and explains why they're so important.

 

For detailed show notes, a corresponding blog post, and access to mentioned resources, click this link: http://www.smartmoneyquestions.com/podcastposts/episode-60-legal-documents/

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Episode #59: Getting Started: A Financial Plan’s First Steps

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Putting A financial plan together can be overwhelming. We'll show you how to take the first steps toward getting started.

 

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