Paying off debt, establishing an emergency fund, and investing for the future. Sounds like the bumper sticker you’d expect to see on the back side of your financial advisor’s car, doesn’t it?
No, Michael Clark and John McCann do not have this as a bumper sticker, but this is what they like to refer to as the three pillars of investing. They get the question of where do I start day in and day out and without fail they always go back to these three pillars to get the conversation started. Be sure to check out this week’s show where they will be talking about the three pillars and many other exciting topics that might resonate with your current situation. John and Michael’s mission with this show is to cut through the noise and nonsense about money and give you the tools you need to build wealth, invest for the future, and put a plan in place.
Quote of the day: “It’s not that some people have willpower and some don’t… It’s that some people are ready to change and others are not.” – James Gordon
Need to find something from today’s show? We have you covered down to the minute!
- Advice on how to start investing: three pillars – 4 Min
- Call discussing CD rates – 11 Min
- Privacy provisions for financial advisors pertaining to divorce – 14.5 Min
- CEO Tomoka Eye Bill Watson interview – 20.5 Min
- Text: What can I do with 65K in cash at 65 years old? – 34.5 Min
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