As Heritage Financial’s Director of Financial Planning, Ed Jastrem is no stranger to hearing and reading outlandish financial “advice” such as don’t use a 529 plan because it will lower your financial aid, or pay off all your debt before investing, and use life insurance for tax free investing. Not all these statements are black and white. There may be some truth to them, but you can’t take them at face value because there are more unintended consequences than what can be seen on the surface. On this episode of Wealthy Behavior, we set the facts straight on some of the worst retirement planning, college savings, life insurance, and credit card “advice” on the internet.
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Wealthy Behavior digs into the topics, strategies, and behaviors that are key to building and protecting personal wealth and living a rich life. We’re Boston Massachusetts-based wealth managers who have been helping busy, successful people pursue their financial goals for more than 25 years. Hosted by Sammy Azzouz, President of Heritage Financial, Wealthy Behavior digs into the topics, strategies, and behaviors that are key to building and protecting personal wealth and living a rich life.