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Mom Autism Money

May 3, 2022

This week, we're talking about retirement planning with Joe Saul-Sehy, co-author of Stacked and co-host of the Stacking Benjamins podcast, and Brenton Harrison, financial planner.

In week one of this two-week discussion, we cover: 

  • The basics of tax-advantaged retirement accounts -- and why Roth IRAs may be particularly attractive to the resource-thin.
  • Similarities and differences between target date funds, index funds and ETFs.
  • Time horizon & risk tolerance.
  • Why investor behavior is often more of a concern than investment fees.
  • Socially Responsible Investments and ESG investing.

Listen today, and be sure to subscribe to or follow the podcast to join us for next week's episode when we'll be covering things like annuities, life insurance, ABLE accounts and finding the right financial advice when you're raising an autistic child.


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