In this episode, Gabriel talks about retirement, investments, insurance, estate planning, and more.
Today, Gabriel Shahin discusses growing your net worth through holistic financial planning and tax planning.
On this week’s episode of More Knowledge, More Wealth, Gabriel expands on last weeks episode of Market Volatility, and what action you and your financial planner should be taking.
On this weekend’s episode, Gabriel discusses why the market has been fluctuating this year, and monetary policy and fiscal policy our government has implemented.
On today’s episode, Gabriel explains the 2018 Tax Bill, and the pros and cons of standard deductions vs itemized deductions and how you can benefit in 2018 with standard deductions.
Join us to today as we explore the intricate world of taxes. Taxes are most people’s largest expense and yet many people do little to no tax planning. There are many strategies available to reduce taxes, however, many advisors don’t even look at tax returns when making recommendations. Make sure you understand the strategies available to you or ensure that you are working with an advisor who does.
In our show this week we talk about upcoming changes you will likely be seeing in your 401(k) and other retirement plans and the reasons behind it. We take another look at what it means to be a fiduciary. We also stress how important it is to be well informed to protect yourself and your financial future.
This week we take a look at the past 10 years in the stock market. We stress the important truth that no one truly knows the future of the stock market. Warren Buffett states that the investor should look at low cost index investments and leave us with this important advice. “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful”
This week we take a deep look at Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). Gabriel explains the dangers involved with these products and why all too often they are made out to be something they are not.
In our segment this week we take a detailed look at the 401(k). How much flexibility do you have within your 401(k)? Are you paying more than you should be for your investments and why is this the case?