Tag Archives: Ric Edelman

Ric Edelman (07/14/19) – The Good, Serious, and Laughing Matters

This week, Ric talks about some great news such as job growth and the upward trajectory in our populations quality of life! However, death is a part of life and now is the best time to get your financial situation set up for the death of a loved one. During your life though, retirement plans are key and California is making sure it’s citizens definitely can. Finally, at the end of the first hour, we learn who that laugh belongs to! In the second hour, Ric talks about electric cars and self-driving pizza delivery, taxes and what they mean depending on where you live, and finally, financial anxieties related to student loans.

Ric Edelman (07/07/2019) – Are you using your Social Security benefits properly?

This week on the Ric Edelman show, we take a look at the success and liveliness of the stock market for the first half of this year, an unfortunate update from Deutsche Bank, and investor protection issues. Later, Ric talks about when to properly use your social security benefits since many retired Americans are taking in their benefits at the wrong time, and the new regulations at the SEC and how they may affect you.

Ric Edelman (06/30/2019) – Time To Celebrate Independence Day

Many American’s believe the economy is not doing so well, but according to economists that is not the case. Moreover, how someone feels about the economy falls along party lines too. Plus, there are so many reasons to be excited about the present but if you’re not feeling too excited due to finances, Ric wants to help you get excited! However there are still things to be worried about, such as Financial Advisors starting to work in their best interest rather than yours. Later, Ric talks about 401k’s, the fact that in general people are good, and one of the best ways to find out what you finances will look like in your future is too talk to people in the place you are headed!

Ric Edleman – The Longest Bull Market and the Good Times We Are Having. (06-23-19)

Ric is excited about the longest Bull Market in recent history, and even though the Bear Market is inevitable we should be excited about the financial times we’re living in. Facebook plans to have it’s own cryptocurrency “Libra” in the coming years, and Peter Kaldes, from The South Florida Institute on Aging to discuss how retiree’s are outliving their retirement.

Ric Edelman (06/16/19)  – Ric Edelman – The First Thing You Must Do When You Get to Work on Monday!

Ric Edelman (06/16/19) – The First Thing You Must Do When You Get to Work on Monday! Why your millennial children might the the worst retirement ready generation (and why it’s your fault)! Living “paycheck to paycheck” many families skip paying bills and seeking medical care to make ends meet. Ric has the shocking results to a recent survey highlighting how people skip making payments. Elderly Alert: Ric highlights details of an investment scam on the oldest of our society, and their age plays into the plot.

Ric Edelman (06/02/2019) – Let’s Learn Stocks, Reverse Mortgages, and Social Security

Do you know what a stock is? Ric takes some time to talk about the difference between stocks, bonds, and assets to help us understand the differences since many people don’t. Reverse Mortgage – is it worth it? Ric explains what it is and if you should consider getting one. Later, Social Security and how to use it to your advantage, and pension plans and what to do with their disappearances on this weeks episode of The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman.

Ric Edelman (05/26) Ric was upset, now he’s just disappointed.

Ric Edelman was very upset about annuities when he was asked to speak about the topic to the industry leaders who sell them. Not surprisingly, he was left feeling disappointed after meeting the people directly involved with the way annuities are managed. What financial lessons are being taught at Morehouse college? The graduates were given the gift of having their entire student loan debts paid off, but how can they learn to plan for their financial future when they are promised that a ‘sugar daddy’ will come along and bail them out? Is your job about to be eliminated? It happens when technology removes the need for labor or completely replaces a previous technology. Are you prepared?

Ric Edelman (05/12/2019) – Ric Edelman discusses the current unemployment report, one with the lowest percent of unemployment in 50 years. With so many people working, the big question is, are they saving?

Ric Edelman (05/12/2019) – Ric Edelman discusses the current unemployment report, one with the lowest percent of unemployment in 50 years. With so many people working, the big question is, Are they saving? — Looking back at historic numbers many people are making more than ever before, but is your boss paying you as much as he could? One third of Americans do not have access to work based retirement plans. Americans are living longer and retiring earlier, but they are not saving enough. Plus, with your child graduating do you have them insured for their debts? Many parents take on their children after college graduation, providing a place to live and financial assistance, but what about life insurance?

Ric Edelman Show (04/28/2019) – Are you prepared (financially) to lose your job?

Ric Edelman Show (04/28/2019) – Are you prepared (financially) to lose your job? If you only started to save back when you were ‘Thirty Something’. Ric’s checklist to make sure you are doing what you need to, so you can live if your life is ‘interrupted’. Name That Laugh… one of Ric’s favorite sound effects sounds like Hillary Clinton and one listener thought it was Joan Rivers… Do you know who it is? A special offer for listeners for a free retirement evaluation if you schedule an appointment before midnight, this Monday night.

Mr. Wonderful (Kevin O’Leary) from ‘Shark Tank’ Tells Ric Edelman About Common Mistakes Many Investors Make (04/13/2019)

Mr. Wonderful (Kevin O’Leary) from ‘Shark Tank’ Tells Ric Edelman About Common Mistakes Many Investors Make (04/13/2019) Learn how to mitigate risk and be prepared for future losses over the term of growth in your investments. Kevin runs his own financial management and investment company in addition to his often referenced “deals” on the TV show.