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I Don't Want to Make My Children Rich

By Byron Moore, posted July 18, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

Does the phrase "I don't want to make my kids rich" sound like you or someone you know. On this week's episode of Wisdom on Wealth, I dive into this mindset and the motivations behind it.

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Frozen by Fear

By Byron Moore, posted June 28, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

Has trauma, tragedy, or loss left you fearful and unable to move forward? What can you do to move past the fear? That's what I discuss on this week's episode of Wisdom on Wealth.

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Priorities (Part 1)

By Byron Moore, posted June 7, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

You want to have a plan for your finances, but where do you start?

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Enough is Enough

By Byron Moore, posted May 8, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

How do you know when you have enough? That all depends on what motivates you.

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Resolved - This Year I Will Prepare [Part 2] (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted April 11, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

How can you prepare for life's unexpected twists and turns?

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Resolved - This Year I Will Prepare [Part 1] (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted April 3, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

How can you prepare for life's unexpected twists and turns?

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What to Do With My Unspent RMDs? (Podcast)

By Byron Moore, posted February 20, 2019

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

You get sent a Required Minimum Distribution every year, but what should you do with it?

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Understanding Taxes in Retirement

By Byron Moore, posted November 7, 2018

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3.

Do you know how taxes could affect you in retirement?

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Choose the Right Vehicle for Your Environment

By Byron Moore, posted November 6, 2018
Originally published in the News-Star and the Shreveport Times on Sunday, November 4, 2018.
 

Who would design a car like this?Plane Cessna_small.jpg

First there’s the sheer size. There’s just no way, at 73 feet long, it’s ever going to fit into a normal person’s garage. And at nearly 20 feet tall, it may not even go under many bridges on today’s highways. 

And how ridiculous is this…it is nearly as wide as it is long (69 feet at its widest point)! Can you imagine driving down the Interstate and seeing a vehicle 69 feet wide? You’d have to have a sign hanging on the back that said “Wiiiiiiiiide Load.”

Yet with all that size, it can only carry twelve passengers. Granted, many cars cannot carry twelve passengers. But if you need to carry that many people, just get a van. Some of those are big enough to carry 15 people. 

And the cost? Well, that’s the worst part. You could buy 100 traditional luxury automobiles for the price of just one of these monstrosities. There is absolutely no good reason to pay all that money when many other less expensive and more practical cars are available.

That is, unless you want to travel 30,000 feet above the highway at speeds exceeding 500 miles per hour. 

Retirement Prep - Balance Your Economic Strategies

By Byron Moore, posted October 8, 2018
Originally published in the News-Star and the Shreveport Times on Sunday, October 7, 2018.
 

Shelly never realized how simple retirement would be.Piggy bank balance_small.jpg

“Will I have enough money coming in each month to live like I want to live?” she said. “And will it last as long as I do?”

Very simple.

But really hard. 

At first, she thought it would be as simple (and easy) as saving enough into her 401K plan. So, she just maxed out the amount she could withhold from her paycheck each month and put those withholdings into her company’s 401K plan. The company matched her contributions up to a certain amount, and she knew she’d also get some Social Security.

She was all set. Or so she thought.

When she turned 50, Shelly thought it might be a good idea to go see a financial planner to see if there was anything she might be missing. And good thing she did.

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