Archive for April 2019

197-Charging A Fee For Your Service

Commissions are a form of variable-pay remuneration for services rendered or products sold.  Commissions are a common way to motivate and reward salespeople.  Commissions can also be designed to encourage specific sales behaviours. We have been talking about a change on the horizon of charging a fee for service rather than being paid by commission.…

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196-Is Collaboration The New Currency?

Is collaboration the new currency? This week we explore our collaboration with Steve about his Your Retirement Map and Perspective$ process (http://openroll.org/171-retirement-map-steve-fricker/). We also talk about the collaboration and sharing of space.  How working with other individuals builds your network. Small is the new big.  

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195-Is It Safe To Leave It?

What is a pension transfer? You may leave a company (i.e. lay off, new job, retirement) that you have been contributing to a pension plan.  What do you do with the pension? There are usually options on what you can do with the pension. What is the benefit of transferring the pension out? In some…

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194-Assets Over Episodes

We are putting together an asset each week that is of value.  For people who go back to listen to past episodes of your podcast you want to have something of value for them to go and listen to. We discuss how the podcast is not about giving stock tips, or advice, but rather information…

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