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Join Spiros Vassilakos, President & Financial Advisor with Athenian Private Client Group in Largo, FL, as he provides you with excellent financial and retirement planning education on every episode. You'll learn about investing, the markets, proper planning strategies and everything from 401(k)s and IRAs to mutual funds and annuities. Spend about 15 minutes with Spiros each show to increase your money wisdom and get closer to achieving your financial goals. If you have questions, contact Spi ...
 
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Most of us will have made a financial mistake or two in our lifetime, some small, and some big. It’s much easier to make a big mistake when major life changes occur and emotions are at a high. Let’s explore some of the things you should be thinking about to make smart financial decisions when you encounter some of the most significant events in you…
 
Sometimes you need to find a new financial advisor. Other times, you might think you need a new advisor, but really, you’re just guilty of thinking that the grass is greener on the other side. Today we’re sharing some common scenarios and whether they’re legitimate reasons for leaving your advisor. We’ll share some hypothetical scenarios and see if…
 
Just like the lights on your dashboard can indicate if something is wrong with your car (like low tire pressure or leaking oil), there are indicators in your financial life that might point out that you have a problem that needs to be addressed. On this episode, we’re going to give you five different warning signs that should drive you to meet with…
 
At this time of year, you can find football on TV almost every night of the week. Many of our clients are cheering on the Bucs each week along with the entire city as we hope for another championship season. You might not realize it but football can teach us quite a bit about financial planning. So, let’s take some concepts from the game of footbal…
 
Being a good advisor isn’t about winning a popularity contest or just saying the same things that everyone else in the industry says. It’s about giving the best advice that you can for each individual situation. On today’s show, we’re going to peel back the curtain to discuss some areas where a good financial advisor’s opinions might go against the…
 
Want to know the secrets to experiencing satisfaction in retirement? We’ve discovered five key situations to which your financial plan needs to lead you. If you can key in on these five points, you’ll have a high chance to achieve retirement satisfaction. Having satisfaction in retirement could mean many things. What it really boils down to is need…
 
When questions come into our office or the show, we love to dive into each scenario and work to find a solution or strategy that fits the individual’s needs. On this episode, we’re going to tackle a number of questions that we’ve received recently. From using commission payments for retirement saving to tax planning to retirement savings allocation…
 
On any given day, we can address any number of questions and concerns from clients but we always get a few topics that come up more than the others. That’s why we’ve decided to compile a list of the things we’ve been talking about with clients recently and spend some time on each of them. These are some common questions, but they’re also important …
 
Most people are a bit concerned about the current bear market we are facing. Whether this lasts for a few months or years are yet to be seen, but there is plenty of opinions going around in the media. If you’ve never handled a bear market or if you are closer to retirement, who should you be listening to when it comes to protecting your portfolio? …
 
Going through a divorce at any age is difficult, but doing it near or in retirement adds all sorts of additional complications. On this episode, we’ll talk about some of the financial mistakes we see people make in the midst of a divorce. Here are some of the things you’ll learn on this episode: Why choosing the house over other financial assets mi…
 
Let’s see if your tolerance for risk matches your financial plan. What should you do if that balance is out of whack? What if you’re a natural risk-taker, but you really shouldn’t be when it comes to your finances? We’ll explore all of these angles as we break down the role of risk in your financial and retirement plan. Here are some of the things …
 
In today’s economy and the possibility of a long-term market downturn, a lot of people are searching for a financial advisor. What differentiates an advisor who does the bare minimum versus those who will go above and beyond? An advisor that works with every type of client probably has less time to dedicate to you. If they are only telling you good…
 
We usually talk about the steps people need to take to have financial success, but oftentimes retirement is more about what you don't do. Let’s face it, we’re all human and mistakes are part of life, but we have to be aware of where the pitfalls often are. Today we’ll explore the common ways that people make mistakes with their money and help expla…
 
We are opening up the mailbag today to answer some of our listener’s questions about various financial and retirement topics. Kenneth’s daughter wants to go to a private college, can he justify the large tuition bill? You need to consider the fees, rent, and books you’ll also have to pay for but there are a few options out there you can consider. T…
 
Birthdays start to lose a lot of the excitement they had when we were younger, but that doesn’t mean certain ages aren’t worth celebrating a little more than others as we get older. That’s especially true as it relates to retirement planning because there are a handful of birthdays that will present you with new opportunities. As we take you throug…
 
If you aren’t working with an advisor you could end up guessing a lot when it comes to planning for retirement. On today’s episode, we are going to break down some of retirement’s most important questions and what can go wrong if you end up guessing at them. Do you know how much income you’ll need in retirement? You need enough to last throughout r…
 
When it comes to your money, you might have several different voices in your head— maybe the voice of greed, or the voice of fear, and sometimes the voice of wisdom. On today’s show, we are going to discuss how we can recognize the voice of greed, how it may impact our retirement planning journey and some of the ways we can prevent ourselves from m…
 
Whether you realize it or not, most of us have some kind of bias when it comes to money. On today’s episode, we are going to explore four main biases that probably impact most of us to some degree and how we can overcome these barriers. Recency bias could cause you to lose money when the market is volatile. With loss aversion, people are looking fo…
 
Retirement planning isn’t always about dollars and cents. At the end of the day, financial planning is about your values and what you want your future to look like. On today’s episode, we’ll discuss some common values people incorporate into their retirement plan and how these direct the planning process. For most people family really influences ho…
 
We are opening up the mailbag today to answer some listener questions. A lot of questions come up during the financial planning and retirement planning process and we want to help you sort through them. Is it okay to touch your retirement savings early? This will depend on your situation; a lot of clients have more money than they realize. How much…
 
What can you do now to be in better financial shape at the end of the year? Think about reducing your debt, boosting your retirement savings, or starting a budget. As we’ve learned the past few years, it’s more important than ever to stay level-headed when investing and to not make emotional decisions based on headlines. Making smarter financial de…
 
How do you find the right advisor for you and your situation? There are a lot of great advisors out there but they won’t all be the perfect fit for you. An advisor should ask about your goals and understand what values you hold when creating a financial plan. What do you want your financial plan to accomplish and why? You want to be able to have tr…
 
What is Spiros’ financial planning philosophy? How is he helping people with their financial futures? A lot of clients come to us with a focus on four elements: family, career, lifestyle, and money. Our goal is to always help you reach those aspirations through a financial plan that reflects those dreams. It’s always our hope you feel part of our f…
 
We are excited to introduce the first episode of the Audible Advisor podcast, with your host Spiros Vassilakos, the president of Athenian Private Client Group. Growing up in Brooklyn New York, he was driven to help people through the journey of financial independence. His philosophy is simple: the more people understand and are involved in their fi…
 
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