Financial literacy is lacking in this country. Unfortunately, it’s not getting taught in most of the schools. On this podcast, Karl Eggerss gives a money 101 lesson to young adults. If you have a child or grandchild, this is the podcast for them.
While we don’t want to think about it, it’s inevitable. Our mortality. The responsible thing to do is start planning today. On this podcast, the discussion revolves around practical steps you can take today to make sure your family is provided for regarding household finances.
Our education system in the United States is rapidly changing. On this podcast, Karl welcomes guest Oliver Norman, CFP to discuss how we should be thinking about education for our kids and grandkids and the best ways to fund it.
There are many struggling with their finances, especially in this “K” recovery. Here’s one way you can get money out of your 401(k) even if you’re not 59 1/2. Karl Eggerss explains the rule off 55 on CBS.
On this week's podcast, Karl welcomes Clint Fiore, CEO of Texas Business Buyers. Clint tells us this is one of the best times ever to buy OR sell a company due to several factors. Karl Eggerss: Hey everybody. Welcome to the podcast. My name is...
There are some signs that speculation is rising in the stock market and it's starting to look like 1999. What's it mean for you and your portfolio? Karl explains. Hey, good morning, everybody. Welcome to the podcast. My name is Karl Eggerss. Thank you for joining me....
The move into a new year is a good reminder to check some things off your financial planning checklist. Here are 5 simple things everyone should be doing.
A new administration is going to mean some big changes for your finances. Karl Eggerss joined Trey Ware to discuss what some of the changes will be.
On the first podcast of 2021, Karl discusses the numerous changes in the economy, tax law, and politics that will drive planning and investment decisions. Plus, a fiscal stimulus deal is done. Was it needed?
The turbulent year we all experienced in 2020 revealed several things. It’s important to look back and see what we did well and what we can improve upon as we enter 2021 regarding our finances.