Personal Financial Management Podcasts


Martha Harris Myron
In troubled times there is unquestionably a need to review your financial condition. It is possible that your regular income from your job has either been reduced or eliminated completely. Either way, your financial future is in some form of instability. Therefore, the possibility of increasing your income by other means becomes a serious reality through desire or necessity. Martha offers some ideas on what changes you could make to increase your current income.
Martha Harris Myron
We all have debt. But some debt is of longer duration and probably fixed such as a mortgage whereas credit card debt is shorter-term and is fluid. Long-term debt repayment is easily inserted into our daily budget, but short-term debt can float up and down and is more difficult to be properly controlled in our budget. Martha shares some suggestions to better manage our debt.
Martha Harris Myron
Our personal net worth is simply the gap between our assets and our liabilities, assuming our assets are greater. Our financial condition typically improves as we get older but, simultaneously we tend to buy higher ticket items such as property. So, our net worth can fluctuate over time. Keeping an eye of our net worth is good business. Martha offers some suggestions on how to manage our net worth.
Bill Storie
Money is a very personal part of everyone’s life. However, during troubled times we soon realize that the family unit’s financial condition can be just as problematic. If one member is especially struggling do other members of the family provide financial support. Bill provides some suggestions.
Martha Harris Myron
Human Capital increases Net Worth – many times in life we ignore our own self-value. Maybe we just take it for granted or maybe we can’t be bothered to review it and upgrade it. But in this new business world the need for higher quality self-value has never been greater. Martha shares some suggestions to help you identify where you can make some positive change.
Bill Storie
Stress caused by everyday life is a problem for so many people. Even more so when we encounter times of trauma in general life. In many cases we have no control over our financial condition even if we were willing to cut expenses. Hence the stress level rises dramatically. Bill shares some thoughts.
Bill Storie
The Covid-19 Pandemic has caused considerable change to our financial condition for many people. But of equal importance is the idea that our future financial planning will most likely change as well. Bill offers some thoughts.
Bill Storie
Sticking to our budget can be a challenge for many of us. Maybe our income isn’t high enough to pay for our chosen lifestyle or maybe we are simply spending too much. Either way we must adjust something. Bill offers some ideas.
Martha Harris Myron
First in a Series of why we should be planning for our future financial success. While there are many items we would like to have in life, we fully recognize that unless we have the financial ability to purchase them, they become dreams not reality. Listen to Martha explain some suggestions to review your current financial situation and change it for your future.
Bill Storie
The realization that your retirement income will not be enough to cover the retirement lifestyle you and your partner would like can cause considerable damage to your overall retirement plan. Changes must be made. Bill offers some suggestions.
Martha Harris Myron
We all recognize that having a savings routine is essential to our overall financial wellness. But sometimes we confuse the purpose of a short-term savings program with a longer-term objective such as retirement. Starting a savings plan will inevitably means saving for the short term but we should understand why. Martha explains why short-term savings is so important.
Martha Harris Myron
The need to save for your future is critical to your life now but more so in your latter years, especially in retirement. The advantage of saving in the long term is that the monthly saving doesn’t need serious sacrifice – regular saving and investing over many years will accumulate through investment return. Martha explains how to save for the long term.
Bill Storie
The age-old question that no-one can answer. While we may have an idea of what our retirement lifestyle looks like and we perhaps have a good idea of how much it will cost, we rarely take into account a variety of life events and circumstances that could alter the financial landscape forever. Bill offers some thoughts.
Bill Storie
Do you really need two cups of coffee today? That is the underlying issue of cutting expenses. It may be clothes, or shoes, or entertainment or luxury goods – but one way or another trying to cut expenses in troubled time – and at any time – can be a challenge. Bill offers some ideas to work it out.
Martha Harris Myron
In this new business environment, especially working remotely, the need for your personal brand to be in tip-top shape has never been so important. The opportunity to be seen in face-to-face meeting has been replaced by digital connectivity. Hence the personal brand needs to be re-focused and re-aligned. Martha has some ideas to help.