The Wise Money Show
Tune in to 104.7 WFRN every Saturday morning at 8:00 am or 95.3 MNC every Saturday morning at 9:00 am for The Wise Money Show with Korhorn Financial Group! Every episode is also available on podcast and YouTube!
Listen to local Certified Financial Planners™ Kevin Korhorn, Josh Gregory and Mike Bernard discuss current financial planning issues and answer your financial questions.
Join us for a weekly discussion about financial topics that impact you: saving for retirement, planning for college, managing your investments, tax planning, insurance, good financial habits for small businesses, what you need to know about Medicare, and much more.
Retire Confidently in Uncertain Times
Season 8/Episode 10
Were you hoping to retire at the end of 2022 or in the near future, but now unsure if you can do so given this year's stock market performance? How can you still retire with confidence despite the uncertainty in the markets? We’re helping with that and more on this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Should You Get Life Insurance For Your Kids?
Season 8/Episode 9
Should you carry life insurance on your young, dependent children? Emotionally you may feel that you absolutely should, but financially, is this a wise move? If you should get this coverage, where is the best place to get this insurance from? We’re answering those questions and more on this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Financial Planning Opportunities in Down Markets
Season 8/Episode 8
The market downturn thus far in 2022 is emotionally challenging to handle, however, it does present savvy investors with unique financial planning opportunities. How can you be opportunistic during this bear market? We're sharing the financial planning strategies you need to consider using during this down market on this episode of the Wise Money Show.
What is IRMAA and How to Avoid It
Season 8/Episode 7
If your income is above certain thresholds leading up to or in retirement, you may be required to pay a higher amount for your Medicare parts B and D. This charge is known as IRMAA, or Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amount, and can increase what you pay for Medicare. Were explaining how this works and how you can avoid its impact in this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Where to Draw Money From When Retiring Before Age 59.5
Season 8/Episode 6
Saving up for retirement using your 401(k), 403(b), IRA, and Roth IRA, all have one common limitation: withdrawing money from them before age 59.5 could cause you to pay a penalty. If you plan to retire before age 59.5, where should you save up money so that you can bridge the income gap until age 59.5? We are covering that and more during this episode of the Wise Money Show.
UnRetiring - Financial Impact of Returning to Work After Retiring
Season 8/Episode 5
More than ever people are returning back to work after retiring. Though most people plan to retire only once, should you reenter the workforce after retiring, what financial planning strategies exist and what consequences do you need to be aware of? We're covering that on this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Crucial Financial Decisions Part 2
Season 8/Episode 4
Some financial decisions are more important than others - if you get the decision wrong, it could have enormous consequences. We call those "crucial financial decisions". In this part 2 episode of Wise Money, we cover even more crucial financial decisions you could face in your lifetime and how you can make the right choice.
Top 5 Crucial Financial Decisions
Season 8/Episode 3
Some financial decisions are more important than others - if you get the decision wrong, it could have enormous consequences. We call those "crucial financial decisions". In this episode of Wise Money, we cover the top 5 crucial financial decisions you could face in your lifetime and how you can make the right choice.
Student Loan Cancellation - The Details and How to Make the Most of It
Season 8/Episode 2
The White House has announced the cancellation of up to $20,000 of Federal student loans for eligible borrowers. What are the details of the cancellation, what are the next steps, and what should be your approach to student loans in the future? That and more on this episode of the Wise Money Show.
The Step Before Budgeting Most People Miss
Season 8/Episode 1
Budgeting can often time be the difference maker between having long-term financial balance and not. If you're ready to get started budgeting, there's a critical step that you need to take before you jump in. We're helping with that and more on this episode of the Wise Money Show.