Wisdom on Wealth

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Everyone has money questions, whether it's what to do about retirement, or how to invest for the first time. Each week, Byron Moore offers practical, down-to-earth advice on handling money; and shows that even though money is important, paying attention to it can keep it from ruling your life.

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Once you establish some financial success, it is only a matter of time before someone comes to you with a "great deal." Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore cautions to be aware of not only what, but who is involved with the promise of the next big thing.

There's a multitude of mutual funds in today's market. Given the day, Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore asserts there's one promising fund that could cut through clutter.

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Money is the most prevalent problem in keeping family-owned businesses afloat.  There are a few tools the family can use to keep from closing the doors.

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  Who puts the bigger strain on the nation's healthcare system?  Those who are remain healthy or those who are sick?  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore looks at some facts that may surprise you.

Long-Term Care

Feb 19, 2015
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Don't rush to decide on whether or not you need long-term care coverage.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore discusses one family's experience, and what was learned when a member required slow rehabilitation to recovery.

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Many workers grapple with the question over whether or not to get disability insurance.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore provides insight into what to consider for the specialty coverage.

How To Do Anything You Can Do

Jan 30, 2015

Think about all the things you would like to do.  It's probably an impressive list - and exhausting.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore lists six keys to help you do the things you have only dreamed of accomplishing.

Restoring Trust

Jan 8, 2015

Some products and services, just like people, will go through a "trust crisis".  Learning from those occasions can go a long way toward improving or restoring trust.  Byron Moore explains that there are lessons to be learned - and applied - the next time you find yourself in a "trust crisis".

Byron Moore shares the story of an elderly parent caught in a struggle of how to decide on what to do regarding her will and a child's transgression.  A reminder that unintended consequences could become just as real as the ones you mean.  Moore walks through the parent's dilemma and the careful advice on handling the delicate matter.

Get A Financial Coach

Jan 8, 2015

Struggling with financial discipline?  You need a coach!  Instruction, motivation, and accountability are the primary functions most need help when it comes to money.  Byron Moore notes that often times, these three things are difficult to address on your own.

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