Answering Questions from Listeners

August 13, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
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We’re here to talk about financial management, savings, and planning for retirement, but really, it’s about how to be frugal, how to invest properly, and how to have more money than when you start.

A lot of people, as we’ve talked about before, just don’t understand the financial realm. It’s not a language we all speak. Sometimes it’s just as foreign as German or French, so we choose not to speak it.

Bryan and I are here every week, and we like to talk to you and bring up these vocabulary terms, keep things simple. Instead of having everything at a 30,000‑foot level, we like to bring it down to about 5,000 to 7,000 feet so you can see it more clearly.

Normally we do, Bryan, as we talked about before the show, we’re going to change up the format a little bit. We normally do five 10‑minute segments to fill an hour, or thereabouts, so this time, instead of having one subject that we’re going to talk about for 10 minutes, we’re going to change it up a little bit. We’ve had some questions come in from listeners like yourself. They have called on the voicemails, or they’ve sent Bryan an email. I’ve got a list of questions that people have been asking about. We’re going to do, the whole hour’s going to be rapid fire, shotgun…What’s another term we can use here?


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