Flourish Financially with Kathy Longo
Weekly insights to help you feel financially fulfilled and emotionally empowered
9 months ago

Episode 51: Planning for Career Transitions

Career transitions are sometimes unexpected, but if we know how they might occur, they’re easier to plan for.

10 months ago

Episode 50: Are You Ready for an Encore Career?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution for retirement, and an encore career may be the ticket to enjoying increased satisfaction during this phase of your life.

10 months ago

Episode 49: Fourteen Financial Fears

Our emotions can cause us to avoid making important financial decisions, and this is particularly true when it comes to fear.

10 months ago

Episode 48: Teaching Kids About Investing

If you’ve been talking with your kids about personal finance topics like saving, spending, and sticking to a budget, why not introduce the concept of investing, too?

10 months ago

Episode 47: Why Friends and Finances Do Mix

Our friends are some of our greatest influencers, and they have a significant impact on the way we manage our finances.

11 months ago

Episode 46: Money Talks With Your Aging Parents

As your parents age, it becomes more important to have frank financial conversations with them in order to protect your family’s finances.

11 months ago

Episode 45: Planning for Retirement as a Couple

Planning for retirement as a couple brings unique challenges that single individuals will not face – namely, compromise and agreement.

11 months ago

Episode 44: How Emotions Affect Your Money Story

Understanding your emotions surrounding financial topics can remove barriers to success and help you make more level-headed financial decisions.

11 months ago

Episode 43: Empower Yourself Through Financial Organization

If you have a myriad of retirement accounts with overlapping objectives, make time to organize your account information and ensure you’re making the most of each one.

1 year ago

Episode 42: Talking to Your Kids About Money

Parents are powerful influences on how their children spend, save, and invest, so it’s critical to teach your kids about money early and often.