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On this weeks Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff welcomes Trilogy Financial Advisor, Mike Loo to the studio.  Mike gives us insight on what to do when parents gift money to children or grandchildren. 

If you have a financial question and want Jeff to answer it on the podcast, call 1-800-399-9637 or you can email us here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

 

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On this Jeff Motske Show podcast, Trilogy Financials Managing Vice President from the San Diego office, Windus Fernandez Brinkkord joins Jeff in the studio to discuss what most people DON'T know when using real estate for income and security.

If you have a financial question, please call 1-800-399-9637 or email the show here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

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On this Jeff Motske Show Podcast, Jeff welcomes Trilogy Financials Managing Vice President of the Irvine CA office, Jim Young to the studio to discuss retirement readiness.

If you have a financial question you would like answered on the show, leave us a voicemail: 1-800-399-9637

Or email: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

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Learn how to correct RMD (required minimum distribution) mistakes on this Jeff Motske Show podcast.  Also, find out when you should introduce your children to your wealth team.  Kimber Holdaway joins Jeff in the Love And Money segment and discusses how to allocate household funds.  Plus, Trilogy Financials Vice President Of Wealth Planning, Scott Naiman joins Jeff in the studio.

Call us at 1-800-399-9637 with any financial questions.

Email us here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

 

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On this week's Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff will discuss contributing to an unemployed spouse's IRA, and touch on stretch IRA's.  Do you really need them?  Kimber Holdaway joins Jeff on the show in the Love And Money segment to explain the correct way to loan money to a son or daughter.  Plus, Trilogy Financials Vice President Of Wealth Planning, David Willett joins Jeff in the studio.

If you have a financial question you want answered, leave us a voicemail.  1-800-399-9637 You can email your questions as well.  askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

“Stretch IRA” is a marketing term implying the ability of a beneficiary of a Decedent’s IRA to withdraw the least amount of money at the latest allowable time in order to maintain the inherited IRA assets for the longest time period possible. Beneficiary distribution options depend on a number of factors such as the type and age of the beneficiary, the relationship of the beneficiary to the decedent and the age of the decedent at death and may result in the inability to “stretch” a decedent’s IRA. Illustration values will greatly depend on the assumptions used which may not be predictable such as future tax laws, IRS rules, inflation and constant rates of return. Costs including custodial fees may be incurred on a specified frequency while the account remains open.

 

This information is not intended to be a substitute for individualized legal advice.

 

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On this Jeff Motske Show podcast, learn how to pick the right type of protection.  If you are a retiree, how should you prepare for a downturn in the market? Mark Lewis discusses blended families in the Estate Planning segment, and Trilogy Financial Advisors, Tom Elkins and Isaac Hansen join Jeff on the show.

If you have financial questions, leave us a voicemail.  1-800-399-9637 or email them here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

This information is not intended to be a substitute for individualized legal advice. Trilogy Financial and LPL Financial do not provide legal advice or services.

 

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On this weeks Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff touches on 401(k)'s vs. Roth IRA's.  Mark Lewis returns in the Estate Planning segment to talk about using online tools for estate planning.  Is it a good idea?  Plus, Trilogy Financials Managing Vice President in the Scottsdale, Arizona office, Gonzalo De Leon Plata phones into the show.

If you have a question for Jeff, call 1-800-399-9637 or email your questions here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

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On this weeks Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff discusses 529 plans for multiple children.  In the Love And Money segment, Kimber and Jeff help a listener navigate cars with children.  Learn how to prepare for raising a child with special needs, plus Trilogy Financial Wealth Advisor, Matthew Phillips joins Jeff in the studio.

If you have a financial question, call 1-800-399-9637 or email your questions here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

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On this Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff explains how to manage empty-nest finances.  Kimber Holdaway returns in the Love And Money segment to discuss staying on the same page as your spouse when you have different retirement dates.  Mark Lewis talks about life insurance and divorce in the Estate Planning segment, and Trilogy Financials Wealth Advisor, Derrick Blanchette joins Jeff in the studio.

If you have a financial question, call 1-800-399-9637 or email them here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

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On this weeks Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff explains how to save for big results.  Also, Jeff talks about homeowner preparedness and how to merge your finances.  Don't miss Trilogy Financials Managing Vice President of the Irvine, CA office, Jim Young as he joins Jeff in the studio.  

If you have a financial question for Jeff, call 1-800-399-9637 or email your questions here: askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

 

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