Providence Financial Retirement Show

with Anthony Saccaro
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Why Investing for Income Is More Conservative

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Tax Implications of Retirement Accounts

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Love and Money – How to Retire Without Losing Both

When someone retires in a household, there’s a lot of adjustment needed which can become a new source of stress that the marriage has never experienced before. In this show, I cover 4 issues that couples need to be on the same page about as they plan towards retirement: 1. adjusting to a fixed income...
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5 Year-End Tax Tips

It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just a week away, and as we get closer to the end of the year it’s time to be thinking about what we need to do to be tax-efficient. In this show, we cover 5 tax considerations and some of them have deadlines so pay close attention: harvesting...
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Should You Hire a Financial Advisor?

How do you know when it’s time to hire a financial advisor? If you know how to diagnose a financial problem but don’t know how to handle it, you might consider hiring an advisor. The engineer-types who think they can handle it all may also benefit from considering a second opinion. Interestingly enough, our firm...
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Is an Annuity Upgrade Right for You?

Historically, annuity companies do really well when interest rates are high. At the moment, interest rates are almost at the same level as in 2008. Annuities that are being offered today are much better than those offered 10 or 15 years ago, and for this reason many of our clients have benefited from an annuity...
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Farming v. Investing for Income

When you’re headed towards retirement, you have an accumulation plan. Once you retire, you should make the shift towards a distribution plan. Switching to investing for income can be difficult if all you’ve been doing for decades is investing for growth. In this episode, I’m going to use a farming analogy which you might find...
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Tackling the Unknown for a Stress-Free Retirement

When you’re uncertain about something, you’re going to have stress. In this show, we’ll bring to the table 5 things that can cause more stress than necessary when preparing for retirement. health care costs inadequate investment planning no retirement income plan longevity unknown tax implications Listen in.
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Financial Ghost Stories

Halloween is just around the corner and I couldn’t pass up the chance to talk about 5 real life scary financial stories. These people didn’t know they were in trouble and that’s precisely what hurt them. Listen in to find out if you might unknowingly be making the same mistakes.
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Old Money v. New Money

New money is money earned while you’re still working and saving in your retirement accounts whenever you get paid. Old money refers to the investments you already have. One of the biggest mistakes I see as a retirement planner and financial advisor is not differentiating between how one invests new money compared to old money....
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Stressing Out Right Before Retirement

Are you on the brink of retirement and maybe starting to get a little bit nervous? If so, it’s important to know that you’re not alone. I just recently spoke with a brand new client of ours that I had met three or four months ago. He decided to become a client based on our...
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Investing in Real Estate for Retirement

Retiring well is all about having enough income. Here at Providence Financial we focus on investing for a lasting income you can count on, without any worry that it will ever run out. Once in a while we’ll get questions about investing in real estate and how that might fit into one’s retirement plan. We...
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What Not to Do When You Plan to Retire

In this show, we talk about 3 mistakes retirees make when setting up a retirement plan or following through with it. 1. they procrastinate too much 2. they make snap decisions about very important issues 3. they look at the bottom line too often Are you making these mistakes? Listen in.
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About the Host

Anthony A. Saccaro, ChFC, J.D., Esq., is one of California’s financial leaders as awarded by Forbes magazine in 2013, 2015 and 2019 and has been helping thousands of individuals take control of their finances and prepare for retirement. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Saccaro founded Providence Financial & Insurance Services in 1999 and Anthony Saccaro Law in 2020. 

As a holistic financial planner and attorney, Saccaro is first and foremost an educator who knows how to explain the industry jargon in terms that make sense to the average Americans looking to understand the fine print on their statements or get a higher rate of return or protect their nest-eggs. He is passionate about teaching and coaching clients on the universe of investment options in order to help them develop clear income strategies for a secure future.

Anthony’s first book, “More Life Than Money – How Not To Outlive Your Savings”, was launched on February 7, 2023 and reached Amazon Bestseller status in just 5 weeks. What you don’t know CAN hurt you, and nowhere is this more true than when it comes to preparing for retirement. In “More Life Than Money”, Saccaro explains what you might not know, so you can dramatically decrease the odds of running out of money before you run out of life. 

A frequent guest on Cheddar TV, Yahoo Finance, OAN Network, CNBC and KCAL9, Anthony also hosts a popular podcast and the Providence Financial Retirement Show which airs on KRLA AM 870 every Saturday at 9:30 AM PST.  He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Los Angeles Daily News, Pasadena Star News, FOXBusiness, and West Valley News.

Saccaro is a frequent speaker on estate and financial planning topics and is a board member for Advisors Academy and for Senior Market Advisor, a leading industry publication, as well as a member of the Ed Slott Master Elite IRA Advisor Group. 

Naming golf, family travel and studying the bible as favorite pastimes, Anthony and his wife Anca have been married since 2000 and have two children, Aiden and Audria.

Providence Financial Retirement Show KRLA AM 870, Saturdays, 9:30 AM PST

Unfortunately, many people spend more time planning for their annual vacations than they do for their years in retirement. With studies showing that more and more people are enjoying 30+ years in retirement, that can be a recipe for disaster.

That’s why, since 2017, The Providence Financial Retirement Show has addressed the financial issues that matter most to individual investors, retirees, business owners and anyone hoping to retire in the near future.

This weekly radio program delivers a plain-language, no-nonsense, educational approach to financial success – each Saturday at 9:30 AM PST on KRLA AM 870 The Answer.

What you don’t know CAN hurt you. Retirement is the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make and because you only get one shot, you better get it right.

At Providence Financial, our passion is helping you make it across the retirement goal line with the confidence you need to win the game!

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