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

Episode 33: Your Retirement Identity Makeover

If you’re struggling with the transition from the working world to retirement, it may be time to give yourself a ‘retirement identity makeover.’

6 months ago

Episode 32: Preparing for Boomerang Kids

Nearly 55% of young adults will move back in with their parents before the age of 27, and these so-called “boomerang kids” can have serious financial implications for parents.

7 months ago

Episode 31: Nurturing the Empty Nest

When your children leave home, the transition to an empty house will impact your emotions, time, finances, and relationships.

7 months ago

Episode 30: Protecting Yourself From Financial Surprises

Life brings many ups, downs and surprises and preparation is key when it comes to surprises that impact your money.

7 months ago

Episode 29: Good Debt & Bad Debt

The vast majority of us will have debt at some point in our lives, and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing because debt can be either “good debt” or “bad debt.”

7 months ago

Episode 28: College Savings vs. Retirement

Parents are used to sacrificing for their children, but your retirement savings should always come before saving for college.

8 months ago

Episode 27: Preparing for Unique Situations

Your financial situation is unique and so are your goals, so don’t settle for a one-size-fits-all financial plan.

8 months ago

Episode 26: Finances for Blended Families

Money discussions in blended families can become quite complex, and there are key discussion points you’ll want to keep in mind when raising children with input from multiple sets of parents.

8 months ago

Episode 25: Charitable Giving

If a money value you hold dear is the ability to support causes and organizations that are meaningful to you, use these six tips to get the most out of your giving.

8 months ago

Episode 24: Money & Sadness

There is significant interplay between our emotions and our financial decisions and sadness, in particular, can lead to disastrous financial behavior when left unchecked.