As 2019 rounds the bend and gets closer to the finish, so are some legislative acts that we’ve been talking about. Ed Slott, America’s IRA expert, warned us about the likely passage of the SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act in 2020. As of last week, it passed both houses and President Trump signed the bill.
After analyzing over 225 million hours of working time in 2017, RescueTime found the average digital user switches between tasks more than 300 times per day during working hours. Daily we are making decisions about work while simultaneously managing our families, health and finances. Our digital lives, which was intended to make management easier, have made us accessible 24/7.
As a nation, I wonder if we are experiencing decision fatigue. How does one get ahead with their financial goals when the path to get there is crowded with so many immediate demands.
Tune in today and we talk about the psychology of money while giving you tangible ways to systemize your investment plans. If you want to learn more about how to manage decision fatigue, check out this Fast Company article.
It’s hard to believe that it’s 2020. As a kid I (Shea) would try to imagine what the year would look like. I hoped for flying cars, robot butlers and world peace. I never imagined working full time, paying a mortgage and living what would still be considered “real life.” I certainly didn’t predict that AM radio would still be alive and well and that I’d be on it! Lucky me!
What are you predicting this year? We’ve been hearing from quite a lot of entrepreneurs that they would like to sell their businesses. It feels like a good time to cut ties, but where does one land in this transaction? I have Tim Cartwright (Heidi's brother), advisor and partner at Fifth Avenue Family Office® in Naples, Florida. He’s been in the mergers and acquisitions business long enough to offer sound advice. Hindsight is 20/20, and he’s going to share it with you today.