Join us to learn more about how you can significantly impact your community as we get a chance to talk with Lindley Mayer Gulledge and her husband Gordon.
Lindley shares her inspiration for starting her own foundation at a very young age after learning that her siblings would face challenges due to their disabilities.
We discuss the importance of getting involved at any level, and also dive into a few financial planning tips that may help enhance your impact in your community.
In Part One of this two-part series, Senior Helpers owner Courtney Bohman talks with Erik about the importance of knowing your loved ones’ wishes regarding care and understanding the options available.
We realize that many of you have questions and are searching for information to understand the current state of the market. Our Chief Investment Officer, Rand Baughman, joins Erik to discuss this in an unscheduled episode.
They discuss the current and past trends of the stock market, along with giving insight on possible reactions you may be considering.
1-year Returns of Stocks Source: BlackRock
Rolling Returns of Stocks Source: BlackRock
Annual Returns and Intra-year Declines Source: JP Morgan
Bear Markets and Subsequent Bull Runs Source: JP Morgan
The next episode of the Fostering Financial Victories podcast features Furman University’s Athletic Director Jason Donnelly and Foster Victor Principal & Furman Soccer alum Rob Victor. They discuss the value of having a coach to help push you to achieve your goals and improve your day to day performance with host Erik Mizell.
Jason Donnelly, Furman University Athletics Director
In this episode, Erik is joined by Wealth Coach McCreight King and CPA Tim Moxie of Upstate Professional CPA Services to dive into a discussion around the current landscape of taxes. They talk through recent changes in the tax code as it pertains to the passage of the SECURE Act, along with changes made in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Tim brings a wealth of knowledge that will be applicable to both the individual taxpayer and the small business owner.
In this unscheduled episode of Fostering Financial Victories, Erik is joined by CPA Chris Arthurs and Wealth Coach Rob Coleman to discuss the details surrounding the recent CARES Act that has been passed to provide relief related to the Coronavirus pandemic. They dive into the details on how this will provide help for both the Small Business Owner and the individual taxpayer.
Erik is joined today by Greenville mortgage expert Caleb LeGrand and Wealth Coach Garrett Hyer to discuss some of the “must know topics” of real estate. For most people, buying a home will be the single largest purchase you may ever make, so we want to be sure that you don’t walk into it blindly. Caleb brings a wealth of knowledge about navigating mortgage decisions and helps make what can be an intimidating process a success.
This is the one you don’t want to miss. Joined by Stacy and Rand Baughman, Erik brings up what could be the most controversial topic for married couples besides talking about religion or politics. Today, we get insight from Stacy and Rand about tips they have found to be helpful in reaching common ground on how to manage household finances. It doesn’t always have to end with someone being upset about “the talk.”
As a follow up to the last episode, Erik is joined by JoEllen & Frank DeLuca to continue the conversation on why money is so hard for couples to discuss. Today, we get insight from JoEllen & Frank about tips they have found helpful in over 30 years of marriage to establish common ground on how to manage household finances.
In this episode, Erik is joined by Foster Victor’s Operations & Compliance Analyst Shannon Dermody to talk about learning to manage your money as you begin navigating the professional world. They discuss strategies to get your budget under control faster than greased lightning, how to plan for saving and building credit, and why all of this is important.
What do you wish you knew 35 years ago about managing your finances?
In today’s episode of Fostering Financial Victories, Erik is joined by retired Greenville physician Bill Craig to talk about what Bill would have done differently with his finances if he had had a crystal ball 35 years ago, how he handled planning for the future, and mistakes he’s made along the way.