Texas Financial Advisory Show

Texas Financial Advisory Show

Each week, Brooklynn Chandler Willy shares with her Texas Financial Advisory radio show audience the lessons she’s learned in the 10 years of helping retirees and pre-retirees prepare their financial freedom roadmap.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 55 min
Retirement is one of the most important life stages a person will go through, and with people living longer, the need to properly plan for retirement is critical. This can be a daunting undertaking. In this show, we’ll look at some key points that can help get you on the right track to planning a successful retirement.
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How much is left on your to-do list this week? What about that honey-do list of chores around the house? It’s a mile long, right? The problem with long lists is they can overwhelm you and cause you to shut down. So let’s keep it simple.
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September 8, 2020 55 min
Picture a 5-star luxury resort. Lush greenery, scenic views, and top-notch customer service. Now picture a run-of-the mill roadside motel. A roadside motel probably isn’t going to be able to achieve a 5-star rating because … something’s missing. If you could rate your retirement plan, how many stars would it have?
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How much is left on your to-do list this week? What about that honey-do list of chores around the house? It’s a mile long, right? The problem with long lists is they can overwhelm you and cause you to shut down. So let’s keep it simple.
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August 27, 2020 55 min
When you build your financial house, where do you start? It starts with a blueprint, a plan. But what makes up the essential parts of a house? The foundation, walls and the roof. As with any house, you want a strong foundation for which to build the house on and then fortify your house with the walls and the roof. But how does all that work together?
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August 17, 2020 55 min
When we think about retirement and what you need to focus on with your money, four things often come to mind, and we think that everyone in retirement needs at least these four things in their plan in varying levels – Protection, Growth Potential, Income and Liquidity.
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Retirement is one of the most important life stages a person will go through, and with people living longer, the need to properly plan for retirement is critical. This can be a daunting undertaking. In this show, we’ll look at some key points that can help get you on the right track to planning a successful retirement.
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Picture a 5-star luxury resort. Lush greenery, scenic views, and top-notch customer service. Now picture a run-of-the mill roadside motel. A roadside motel probably isn’t going to be able to achieve a 5-star rating because … something’s missing. If you could rate your retirement plan, how many stars would it have?
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If the year 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that income is critical. There are all sorts of ways to make money and earn a living while you’re working. But when you’re retired, the choices are different. Today’s show is all about what you should know about creating income in retirement.
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July 22, 2020 55 min
When you build your financial house, where do you start? It starts with a blueprint, a plan. But what makes up the essential parts of a house? The foundation, walls and the roof. As with any house, you want a strong foundation for which to build the house on and then fortify your house with the walls and the roof. But how does all that work together?
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Retirement is one of the most important life stages a person will go through, and with people living longer, the need to properly plan for retirement is critical. This can be a daunting undertaking. In this show, we’ll look at some key points that can help get you on the right track to planning a successful retirement.
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What if I don’t have enough income to retire? What if I run out of money before I run out of life? What if I’m taking too much risk with my accounts? What if I forgot about the taxes I’ll have to pay in retirement? What if something happens to me and I’m no longer able to make decisions? These are questions all potential soon-to-be retirees should ask now, before they’re potentially hit with the question, “What now?” Because planni...
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If the year 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that income is critical. There are all sorts of ways to make money and earn a living while you’re working. But when you’re retired, the choices are different. Today’s show is all about what you should know about creating income in retirement.
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Retirement is one of the most important life stages a person will go through, and with people living longer, the need to properly plan for retirement is critical. This can be a daunting undertaking. In this show, we’ll look at some key points that can help get you on the right track to planning a successful retirement.
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You are the captain of your own retirement and just as much as a captain of a ship does, you make the decisions for the direction you choose, navigate the storms that will come your way and anything else that may happen while you’re adrift. But a captain always has someone by his side to shoot ideas off of, offer alternatives and should something happen to the captain, finish the voyage that the captain started. Similarly, the capt...
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If the year 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that income is critical. There are all sorts of ways to make money and earn a living while you’re working. But when you’re retired, the choices are different. Today’s show is all about what you should know about creating income in retirement.
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What if I don’t have enough income to retire? What if I run out of money before I run out of life? What if I’m taking too much risk with my accounts? What if I forgot about the taxes I’ll have to pay in retirement? What if something happens to me and I’m no longer able to make decisions? These are questions all potential soon-to-be retirees should ask now, before they’re potentially hit with the question, “What now?” Because planni...
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You are the captain of your own retirement and just as much as a captain of a ship does, you make the decisions for the direction you choose, navigate the storms that will come your way and anything else that may happen while you’re adrift. But a captain always has someone by his side to shoot ideas off of, offer alternatives and should something happen to the captain, finish the voyage that the captain started. Similarly, the capt...
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When times get tough, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by feelings of doubt. But is that really the best way to succeed? Today we’ll talk about how you can make a shift to focus on the silver lining in the darkest of days, and how to identify opportunities for success in challenging times.
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What if I don’t have enough income to retire? What if I run out of money before I run out of life? What if I’m taking too much risk with my accounts? What if I forgot about the taxes I’ll have to pay in retirement? What if something happens to me and I’m no longer able to make decisions? These are questions all potential soon-to-be retirees should ask now, before they’re potentially hit with the question, “What now?” Because planni...
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