A Podcast to Navigate Life's Biggest Challenges, Opportunities, and Decisions.
Our lives are full of changes, challenges, opportunities, and decisions. Wouldn’t it be great to have the guidance of experienced professionals to help you through these twists and turns of life? On this conversation-based podcast, we bring together knowledgeable specialists, including financial advisors, tax professionals, and attorneys, to discuss different considerations when going through transitions like marriage, growing a family, caregiving, retirement, and more. Navigating Life Transitions is easier together.
Episode 1: How do I know I'm ready to retire?
When are you – and your finances – ready for retirement? In this 21-minute podcast, host Kim Insley talks with three advisors from JNBA Financial Advisors about important factors to consider when laying out your plan for retirement.
EPISODE 2: HOW DO YOU LEAVE A LASTING LEGACY?
How do you want to be remembered? It can be hard to think about, but it’s important, as the answer is unique to each individual. In this 24-minute podcast, host Kim Insley and JNBA Advisors Elise Huston and Patrick Moyneur prompt ideas on how you can leave a lasting legacy.
Episode 3: WHAT DO I DO WITH SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN INCOME?
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