Private or public college? That’s a tough question to answer as a parent and one that could, if not financed through savings well in advance, bankrupt your family. The decisions you make can affect your retirement. Listen to Part 1 of the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/savingforcollege1.mp3 Listen to Part 2 of the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/savingforcollege2.mp3
Is there a difference? Listen to find out: Listen to the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/RIAvsRegRep.mp3
What percentage of your investment portfolio can you safely draw each year and not run out of money? Listen to the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/withdrawalrateinvestmentportfolio.mp3
Question: I just started a new job and one of the benefits is long term disability. I can choose to pay for it or the company will pay for it. Why would I want to pay for it? The answer may surprise you. Listen to the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/longtermdisability.mp3
Your financial portfolio should be made up of many types of investments, gold and commodities for example. Listen to the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/goldinvestment.mp3
One listener wants to know how to figure the cost basis for investments when doing their tax returns. Listen to the discussion https://tritonfinancialgroup.com/audio/costbasisinvestments.mp3
Insurance – no one likes to pay the insurance companies, but to ensure you are covered in the event of an accident, you should be considering the options.