Episode 27 - Why Do You Care How Much Money I Make?

July 10, 2018

Do you ever wonder how much money your financial planner earns?

If so, you’re not alone. But why do people want to know?

In this episode, Justin Bennett touches a topic that most planners won’t go near. He explores why people ask this question and why it seems to be socially acceptable. Justin also presents a new way of defining value in the financial service industry.

Of course, Justin also explains how he handles this challenging question. Don’t miss out on this daring episode!

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Episode 26 - Do You Understand Time Value of Money?

July 4, 2018

Today, Matt Halloran and Justin Bennett discuss an important economic concept called time value of money. Time value of money refers to the highest net rate of return available to an individual, family, or business. Whenever you spend a dollar somewhere, you’ve relinquished not only that dollar, but any interest it would have earned going forward. In other words, time value of money represents an opportunity cost when money is spent today instead of saved for tomorrow.

Tune in and learn why it’s important to consider time value of money as you make important financial decisions.

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Episode 25 - What You Need to Know About Monte Carlo Simulations

June 20, 2018

 

Can the past predict the future? Matt Halloran and Justin Bennett are exploring this question in their conversation about Monte Carlo simulation.

In this episode, Justin explains how this financial forecasting tool fits into a comprehensive planning process. Justin also outlines the limitations of Monte Carlo simulations and shares what he believes might be our best overall predictors of success.

Tune in and learn how Justin uses Monte Carlo simulations to help his clients optimize their personal economy.

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Episode 24 - Have You Considered This Retirement Risk?

May 16, 2018

Have you ever heard of the longevity risk?

Today, Justin Bennett discusses a vital consideration that people tend to overlook as they plan for retirement. With advancements in science and technology, we’re more likely than ever to live longer, healthier lives. This is good news. . . But, is your money going to last?

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Episode 23 - How to Prepare Mentally and Emotionally for Your Retirement

May 1, 2018

Most of us plan on retiring. However, the gravity of our decision may not set in until retirement is only a month away. Then, the idea of making that big announcement to family, friends, and colleagues can feel daunting.

Today, Justin Bennett discusses the emotional and psychological experience of preparing for retirement. Get inspired to speak your decision into existence and get excited for this next phase of your life.

Listen in and find out how you can strengthen your retirement mindset!

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Episode 22 - Brokers Are A Thing Of The Past

April 18, 2018

While the days of using brokers are long gone, investment management remains an essential component of an overall, macroeconomic plan. Justin Bennett and his team at Bennett Financial work with various investment managers who play an integral role. Utilizing an investment manager creates a less fragmented, broker-like approach because there will be ongoing management in line with a core philosophy.

Tune into this episode and find out why Justin believes that investment management done by
investment managers offers a refreshing and proactive approach.

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Episode 21 - Planning Should Be Understood Over 60 Plus Years

April 12, 2018

It is common to try and perfect the 20-30 years of wealth building while growing a family and developing in a career. A traditional, successful approach may result in a sizable balance of investable assets. This traditional approach may also produce income during retirement that compromises lifestyle when looking at the income after taxes and after inflation. Thus, it is most optimal to understand how planning works for 60 plus years which consists of the wealth creation phase as well as the wealth distribution phase.

In this episode, Justin Bennett explains how the traditional approach to planning when creating
wealth may result in unintended consequences when going to create income from that wealth.

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Episode 20 - Life Insurance Explained Using a Historical View

March 7, 2018

In order to appreciate and understand which type of life insurance is suitable for you, it is valuable to understand the innovations and changes to the life insurance business over the past 200 years. Learn about the topic of life insurance in a different manner in which it is often discussed and marketing.  Feel great about the life insurance decision you make.

As a result of becoming educated on the different types of life insurance, you can understand what is most appropriate for you and your planning.  This episode will help you to continue to learn about Your Optimal Personal Economy.

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Episode 19 - Us vs Them

March 7, 2018

What is different about an experience with a large financial institution compared to an experience with Bennett Financial? Justin shares experiences that his clients had when they were trying to receive attention from these large institutions. Find out what caused these clients to enter into a long term, planning relationship with Bennett Financial after they encountered experiences with other firms. 

This podcast is all about understanding Bennett Financial’s personalized approach to helping clients reach their Optimal Personal Economy. Learn more in this podcast with Justin Bennett.

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Episode 18 - People Want Safety

February 2, 2018

Our brains are hardwired for safety. Every day we follow routines to keep ourselves and our families safe. We lock our doors, we look both ways before crossing streets, we wear seatbelts. When it comes to protecting your finances, why are people less likely to act safely?

In this episode, I discuss the safety paradox and why I think people are willing to put their financial security at risk.

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