Choosing a financial advisor is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. The person you hire to manage your wealth will be largely responsible for how well you retire. And unless you know what to look for, you may never know the difference between good and bad advice. This episode is the first in a two-part series which explains the the questions you should ask - and the answers you should expect - when hiring a potential financial advisor.
People who complain about taxes can be divided into two classes: men and women. And although Uncle Sam isn’t anyone’s favorite relative, the right tax strategy could be the first step in patching things up. In this week’s episode of the Dentist Money Show™, Reese and Ryan explain how a proactive tax strategy can reduce your tax bill, and help you save for a better retirement.
In 1999, after his second Super Bowl win, John Elway passed on an offer to acquire 20% of the Denver Broncos and decided to pursue a series of private business ventures instead. Seventeen years later, the outcome of his decision provides some useful insight into investment strategy. In addition to deciding whether Elway made the right call, this week’s episode of the Dentist Money Show™ discusses when it’s okay to invest in high-risk opportunities, how to know when a private investment is right for you, and how private and public investments compare in the long run.
Are your collections going up while your bottom line stays the same? It’s frustrating to look at your impressive growth only to realize you’re no better off than you were a few years ago. But if you understand how to manage costs, you’ll have something to show for all that hard work. This episode of the Dentist Money Show™, recorded on location at the Yankee Dental Conference in Boston, covers the different kinds of practice costs and how to keep them under control.