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Episode 5 | Power Forward Pod

Financial 'Influencers' vs. Financial Advisers


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In this episode of the Power Forward Pod, join the financial experts at Power Forward Group as the ever-evolving world of 'financial influencers'. From extravagant purchases to investment strategies, this roundtable discussion breaks down common misconceptions and emphasizes the importance of individualized financial planning.
 

Episode Highlights:

  • Frivolous Spends, Hydrogen Water and Fish Tanks: Join the conversation about impulsive purchases, from extravagant fish tanks to Valentine's Day dinners. Discover how personal choices impact financial goals and the importance of balancing enjoyment with responsible spending.
  • Financial Influencers and Broad Advice: Analyze the financial philosophies of popular influencers like Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman. Understand the limitations of broad-based advice and the necessity for individualized financial planning.
  • Debt Dilemmas: Delve into the emotional and mathematical aspects of dealing with debt. Uncover the varying perspectives on student loans, credit card debt, and the strategies recommended by financial influencers.
  • Asset Allocation Insights: Gain insights into the team's views on asset allocation, emphasizing the importance of tailoring investment strategies based on individual goals, time horizons, and risk tolerance.
  • Emergency Funds: Finding Your Number: Explore the panel's diverse perspectives on emergency funds, from the traditional 3 to 6 months' expenses to unique and personal approaches. Understand the emotional significance behind each advisor's chosen safety net.

Join the Power Forward Group as they demystify financial myths, challenge conventional wisdom, and inspire listeners to take control of their financial destinies.



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For Educational Purposes Only – Not to be relied upon as financial, tax, or legal advice. All investing involves risk including the possible loss of principal. No strategy assures success or prevents loss. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The principal value of Target Date Funds is not guaranteed at any time, including at or after the target date. With a traditional 401(k), employee contributions are pre-tax, meaning they reduce taxable income, but withdrawals are taxed. Employee contributions to Roth 401(k)s are made with after-tax income: There's no tax deduction in the contribution year, but withdrawals are tax-free. The information herein has been derived from sources believed to be accurate.
For education use only- not to be relied upon as financial advice. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice or a solicitation for the purchase or sale of any product or security. Investing includes risk, as well as the potential loss of the money you invest. Insurance and other financial products and services could be subject to certain terms, eligibility requirements, conditions and costs, and may not be right for everyone. 
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