Allworth Financial’s Money Matters

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Financial advice from California to Guam

On this week's Money Matters, Scott and Pat discuss new bi-partisan retirement legislation making its way through the United States Congress, and then take listener questions from around the globe.

Scott and Pat speak with a California state employee looking to save an additional $2,000 per month. A 58-year-old man asks how he should handle restricted stock options worth $300,000. Scott and Pat advise a caller on the differences between saving in a Roth and a traditional 401(k). A Cupertino caller asks if his 4.99% adjustable-rate reverse mortgage has a negotiable interest rate. Finally, a caller in Guam asks if she should refinance her existing mortgage before she moves to the states in a few years.

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Are you smarter than the market?

On this week's Money Matters, Scott and Pat discuss the new ways that traders are trying to outsmart the broad stock market and the fundamental truths if you try to do so.

Scott and Pat advise a California man, with a net worth of $5.3 million, about his health insurance options if he retires early. A 71-year-old caller asks how she should invest $100,000 from a home sale. Scott and Pat speak with a man who asks if he should save in a backdoor Roth IRA. Finally, a caller nearing retirement asks how he can plan for income from multiple sources.

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Politics, your investments, and what really matters

On this week's Money Matters, Scott and Pat interview Andy Stout, CFA, the Chief Investment Officer of Allworth Financial. They have a wide-ranging conversation about the presidential election, following a disciplined investment strategy, and the economic forces more important than the politician sitting in the Oval Office.

Scott and Pat advise a Cincinnati caller trying to help his 92-year-old mother cash out annuities worth $320,000. A Colorado man asks if he can save $19,500 a year in his 401(k) so he can collect a full Social Security benefit while working. Finally, Scott and Pat speak with a Sacramento woman who asks if she can afford to take a few years off work to care for her grandchild.

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