Do you remember completing a risk assessment the last time you set up an investment account? Did it really set your savings plan on the right trajectory, or did it simply cover your advisor’s butt in case you weren’t happy with the eventual returns? In this episode of Dentist Money™, Reese & Ryan talk about an Element called Equity Rate from our periodic table of financial indicators. They explain why traditional risk assessment tools fall short of measuring your investment needs, and how they miss the mark when it comes to creating the right balance of stocks and bonds in your portfolio.
Do wealthy people offer the best financial advice? What benefits should I offer my employees? Remodel my home or buy a new one – what’s the right choice? Reese and Ryan tackle these three questions on this Q&A episode of Dentist Money™. You’ll hear Ryan list four types of people Forbes says you should avoid taking advice from — it might surprise you. And you’ll find out what other group practices do when it comes to employee benefits. Plus, Reese has a lot to say about buying or remodeling as he recently went through that decision himself.
What path should you take to practice ownership – start-up or acquisition? For the past decade Jayme Amos has coached numerous dentists on how to achieve greater satisfaction from practicing dentistry. On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Jayme shares with Reese how personality traits should be factored into business decisions. And he discusses the important differences between starting a practice from scratch, or purchasing an existing practice. As an expert on work/life integration, Jayme also has some suggestions on how you can build a practice that reflects your personal values.
By ignoring your office retirement plan, are you making a seven-figure mistake? On this Dentist Money™ Show, Reese and Ryan talk about qualified retirement plans and why a yearly review makes such a huge difference. You’ll hear why the cheapest 401(k) provider may not really be the least expensive. And, you’ll find out how to avoid getting surprised by employee plan fiduciary responsibilities and liabilities from falling on you, which occurs more often than you think.