How often have you sat in the doctor’s office with an ailment that you don’t mention? Going to the doctor and not telling the truth is not only counterproductive but can be quite dangerous. The same is true with your financial advisor — many aspects of the financial world impact other areas of your life.
It can be hard to admit a mistake or a problem to others, especially if you feel bad about your choice or believe you will face judgment. Embarrassment, regret, and a host of other emotions can spur decisions in the moment that we want to forget about in the future. Debt is one such monster.
Here is this week’s radio show, hosted by Joe Clark, CFP. Disclaimer: Do not construe anything written in this post or this blog in its entirety as a recommendation, research, or an offer to buy or sell any securities. Everything in this post is meant for educational and entertainment purposes only. I or my affiliates
Welcome to this week’s Consider This with Big Joe Clark radio show, hosted by Joe Clark, CFP. This episode originally aired on June 9, 2018. To find our podcast, check out Consider This Program. In this episode you will find information about: Marrying Young, Debt vs. Saving, and Life Insurance Questions or comments about this