Jun 9 • 58M

Comparing Maxifi Economics Based Planning and Conventional Financial Planning with Rob Berger

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Larry Kotlikoff
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If you've been hanging out with Economics Matters -- the Podcast, you know that economics is its focus, but Economics Based Financial Planning is its passion. Rob Berger, host of The Financial Freedom Show on YouTube has the same passion. Listening to Rob is a real pleasure. He's a natural communicator, which is why thousands of people from all walks of life follow Rob on a routine basis. 

Rob does his homework on personal finance in helping folks navigate the world of investing and retirement planning. He's been doing his homework since 2007. After spending 25 years as a securities lawyer in Washington DC, he "retired" in 2016 to continue running his personal finance blog full time. Since then Rob has sold his blog, published his first book, launched a YouTube channel, bought his old blog back again, and continues blogging. 

One particular area of Rob's financial expertise involves his knowledge of financial planning tools. In this podcast, Rob, Alex, and I delve into the differences between planning your finances in accord with economics versus using other tools available in the industry. This podcast may help you decide how best to plan your own financial future. Anyway, please take a listen, please take a look, and please share Economics Matters with everyone you know, starting with your parents and kids. 

Economic Matters - The podcast is hosted by Laurence Kotlikoff and moderated by Alex Kotlikoff.

Laurence Kotlikoff is a Boston University Economist, a NY Times Best Selling Author, President of maxifi.com, and Author of Money Magic.

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