Financial Literacy And The School System – Total Financial Solutions Safer Money Hour – September 19, 2017
Financial Literacy And The School System – Total Financial Safer Money Hour – September 19, 2017
Hosts: Arif Halaby & Jeff Girard
Topic: Financial Literacy And The School System
On this episode of Total Financial Solutions, Hosts Arif Halaby and Jeff Girard discuss financial literacy and the ever-changing school system and how it relates and interacts with the financial world. Arif draws comparisons from what makes a good school system to what makes a good financial system.
Today’s retirement for those that are 40 and 50 years old is going to look different than those tat are currently in their 70s and 80s, Arif said.
Previous Episode: The Future Of Pensions – Total Financial Solutions Safer Money Hour – September 12, 2017
“Maybe the word ‘Retirement’ has a bit of a stigma for millennials,” Jeff said. “They think of putting money aside, and I can’t touch it for 40 years.”
They are thinking that having that model of saving money and never touching it until you’re “old” is boring, no one wants to do that anymore, Jeff said. They want to put their money to work and grow for them and give them more freedom. maybe it’s time to change the term retirement into something new.
The main message that we are trying to let people know is that you should be saving now, today. People in their 20s and 30s should be saving. Start EARLY.
Total Financial Solutions offers assistance with preparing for retirement and financial planning in Santa Clarita and the surrounding valleys. Santa Clarita financial advisor Arif M. Halaby, a Certified Estate Planner, and Total Financial Solutions staff work with people of all ages, helping them protect, grow and preserve their assets through an individualized approach. Arif Halaby is also the host of “Total Financial Solutions Safer Money Hour” on KHTS AM-1220. Launched in 2004, the show offers listeners from Santa Clarita financial planning tips and guidance for dealing with today’s ever-changing financial needs.