Allworth Financial‘s Money Matters

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Start-ups, non-profits, 529s, and choosing between a 401(k) and a brokerage account.

On this week’s Money Matters, Scott and Pat advise a teacher from New York who wants to start a business. A caller who received a $300,000 inheritance wants to know where to invest and how to make sure his children benefit. A 33-year-old caller from Virginia wants help deciding between contributing to her work sponsored 401(k) and a brokerage account. A highly organized retiree wants to know if his investments are too conservative, and how to start a non-profit. A former Marine who has spent his career as a postal worker wants to educate his grandchildren about investing and money.   

Rising home prices, the impact of inflation, and long-term care insurance.

On this week’s Money Matters, Scott and Pat advise a caller who has lived in Yosemite for 30 years, saved well, but can’t quite afford a long-term care insurance policy. A caller who has saved $500,000 wants to know when he should file for Social Security. A 74-year-old Portland resident wants to know whether he should spend $700,000 to move into a retirement community. A soon-to-be retired state employee from San Diego wants to know how much the government will take from her pension. A retiree in his late 60s asks about Medicare Part B plan premiums.

The Rivian electric vehicle IPO, retirement account distribution strategies, and the downside of universal life insurance policies.

On this week’s Money Matters, Scott and Pat discuss the record-setting Rivian electric vehicle IPO, before taking a call from a Georgia woman who wants advice on the sequencing of the drawdown of her retirement accounts. A city employee wants to know if she should keep her universal life insurance policy. A lifelong Californian wants financial advice about moving out of state. A North Carolinian has managed to save over $600,000 while making less than $60,000 a year. Finally, a California caller with $4 million in savings, and a $100,000 yearly pension, has three children who all live in New York and want her to move there.       

Overseas stock sales, delaying Social Security, and the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF.

On this week’s Money Matters, Scott and Pat advise a caller from Columbia about paying capital gains taxes on an overseas stock sale. A California man with $3.5 million saved wants to know about delaying Social Security and refinancing his home. Scott and Pat then discuss the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF. A caller from Woodland, California wants to know where to invest money from his former company’s profit-sharing program. They then advise a risk-adverse 67-year-old woman who has 63 percent of her $2.2 million savings in cash. Finally, a man in his late 50s with money to invest wants to know about Bitcoin.       

 

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