Clearing Up Financial Information Overload
Do you remember during the early days of public access to the Internet when it was being referred to as the Information Superhighway? Maybe a new name might be Information Traffic Jam. Here’s an example: try doing a search for articles or tools to help you with financial planning and you’ll find a thousand things from a thousand different sources telling you they have everything you need to know to manage your finances. That will certainly “jam” up your brain. But our next guest says you really don’t need that overload because he believes there are only five good financial decisions you need to make.
Mike Switzer interviews Jeff Wildes, a certified financial planner in Georgetown, SC.