We are joined once again by Paul Curley, and he comes bearing NEWS! The ABLE Age Adjustment Act has finally made it into a bill. Now, it just needs to make it into law.
Today we talk military life, finances and Autism with Rich Davis. Rich retired after a 28-year career in the US Navy as a helicopter pilot. He and his family reside in Roanoke, Virginia where he volunteers with his church, as the education coordinator for a local museum, and where he is involved with the local …
Join us today for a conversation with Arianne Garcia and Dr. Kristina Lopez about autism in the Latino community. This is part one of a two-part episode. Be sure to subscribe to Mom Autism Money on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts so you won’t miss part two when it drops next Tuesday. Today, we’ll …
In week one of this two-week discussion, we cover:
-The basics of tax-advantaged retirement accounts — and why Roth IRAs may be particularly attractive to the resource-thin.
-Similarities and differences between target date funds, index funds and ETFs.
-Time horizon & risk tolerance.
-Why investor behavior is often more of a concern than investment fees.
-Socially Responsible Investments and ESG investing.
Today on Mom Autism Money, we sit down with Blake Baumann of Aspie-R Coaching. Blake shares great, actionable ideas to help prepare your kids for communication in social circles and work venues, ways to build confidence, and exercises that can help your child envision a future they can get excited about. We also learn about Blake’s 1% rule, which can help you or your child improve skills in a focused area by 3,700% over a year.