Tag Archives: Financial Planning

Benefits of Working With a Financial Coach With Kathy Bue, CPA | Podcast

#48 – Financial planning primarily consists of two key aspects –– the technical side and the behavioral side.

A financial advisor can help you manage your investments, minimize your taxes, and take care of other technical issues relating to your finances.

However, if you’re looking for someone to help you with the behavioral side, i.e. how and why you spend your money the way you do, consulting a financial coach is the way to go!

This episode will help you understand the key differences between a financial advisor and a financial coach and will explain the value that lies in working with each. We’ll also dive into how you can consult both and create a strategy that helps you optimize your financial picture.

Today, Jeremy Keil talks to Kathy Bue, CPA, owner and financial coach at Bue Financial Coaching. Kathy is here to share her experience, both as a CPA and a master financial coach, to help you achieve your financial goals.  

Kathy discusses:

  • The importance of approaching your tax professional well ahead of time
  • Questions you can ask while searching for an ideal accountant or advisor
  • Why high income does not guarantee a secure financial future
  • Financial planning tips to help you become debt-free early on in your life
  • How emotions can affect your finances
  • And more

Listen to the full episode today to learn more about timely financial planning.

Also, you can find below some useful resources, and the contact information to reach out to us or our guest Kathy Bue, CPA.


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About Our Guest:

Kathy Bue has her own certified public accounting practice.  She is also an adjunct instructor at the local technical college. Kathy and her husband Doug, who is also a financial coach, reside in Waukesha, WI. Kathy has completed the Ramsey Preferred Coach training and as a master coach, she walks with you, encourages you, and helps you achieve your goals by understanding your finances and assisting you in making wise decisions. Through one-on-one financial coaching, she can help you build new money skills and habits which can move you from frustrated to successful, helping you make your money behave.

Solving Your Student Loans Situation When You’re Over 50 With Erik Kroll | Podcast

#43 – The number of people over 50 with outstanding student loans is rising rapidly.

This is keeping them from truly enjoying their golden years of retirement.

Jeremy Keil and Erik Kroll, CFP® of Hilltop Financial Advisors and Student Loans Over 50 address this growing issue in today’s episode. Erik shares his five-step planning process that helps those close to retirement tackle their student loans so that they can truly enjoy their retirement.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why there is so much more to financial planning than just investment management
  • The benefits offered by Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) and its eligibility criteria
  • Key things to consider while creating a loan repayment plan
  • How tax planning plays a major role in repaying your student loans
  • And more!

Tune in now to learn how you can get rid of the student loan burden as early as possible!


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