I Snapped at my Wife Over Bank Failures

Paul FennerBusiness & Economics

bank failures

Not one of my finest moments when I argue with my wife first thing in the morning.  Similar to fighting with my kids, it does not make for a good start to the day. What makes this “discussion” more interesting is that she asked me about the recent bank failures after watching a segment on Good Morning America.  Sometimes it … Read More

What 0.6 Seconds Means to a Parent

Paul FennerLifestyle

Now that I have kids, I often wonder, when I am watching a sporting event, what are the parents going through right now?  What emotions run through a parent’s mind watching their child play at the highest level? I was an athlete growing up, not a very good one, but nothing compares to watching your kids play a sport at … Read More

Ep.96 – Jordan Jackson – A Guide to the Markets

Paul FennerPodcast

Jordan Jackson, JP Morgan, Guide to the Markets

Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify Are we in a recession, headed for a recession, and does it really matter given that in 2022 we experience one of the worst-performing stock and bond markets ever? How will a continued robust job market, slowing inflation, and higher interest rates impact corporate earnings this … Read More

Top Solo 401k Plan Things to Know Now & Going Forward

Paul FennerRetirement Planning, Tax Planning

401k plans are mainly for employees of private sector companies. A solo 401k is a 401k for business owners with self-employment income and no non-owner W-2 employees. Mark Nolan, founder of My Solo 401(k) Financial, wrote the following comprehensive post on what you need to know when it comes to a critical financial planning component for solo and family business … Read More