On episode 33 of Decision Dialogues, Jennifer Faherty talks briefly about an exciting change for the podcast.
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Hello! My name is Jennifer Faherty and I am the Chief Client Experience Officer here at Modera Wealth Management, LLC.
Over the last year and a half, we’ve featured successful business owners and their candid, personal accounts of key financial decisions along their journeys.
Going forward, our podcast will delve deeper into the nuances of specific financial decisions.
Each month, we will feature a significant financial question and share advice on how to navigate the options. We will speak as financial advisors as well as from our own personal experiences.
We will help answer questions like:
- When should I retire and more importantly how do I prepare for it?
- Should I buy a second home and when is it that right time to move?
- When do I exercise my stock options?
- As a business owner, how do I choose the right retirement plan for my staff and myself?
- How do I give back to the causes that are important to me?
- And more!
We look forward to sharing our advice and stories with you soon when Decision Dialogues continues.
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