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Dan Otter: 403(b) fees

Dan Otter: 403(b) fees

2022-09-2636:02

Dan Otter discusses investing in K-12 403(b)s.Show Notes403bwise.org403bwise Advocacy Toolkit How to campaign for a better 401(k) plan403bwise Facebook groupBogleheads® Live with Sean Mullaney and Cody Garrett: Episode 11; #FIRE TaxesBogleheads®  Live with Steven Fox: Episode 17Wise Advice"Fine" 403(b) CompaniesEquitable SEC Settlement (#229)'Learned by Being Burned' podcastJohn C. Bogle Center for Financial LiteracyBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Ron Lieber is the author of The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money, which was an instant New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller when it was released in 2015. “The Price You Pay for College: An Entirely New Roadmap for the Biggest Financial Decision Your Family Will Ever Make,” was published by HarperCollins in January, 2021 and was also a NYT bestseller in its first week. The paperback version is out today.Ron has been the “Your Money” columnist for The New York Times since 2008. Before coming to The Times, he wrote the “Green Thumb” personal finance column for The Wall Street Journal and was part of the startup team at the paper’s Personal Journal section.
James M. Dahle, MD, FACEP, FAAEM is a practicing emergency physician and the founder of The White Coat Investor. After multiple run-ins with unscrupulous financial professionals early in his career, he embarked on his own self-study process to become financially literate. After seeing the benefits of financial literacy in his own life, he was inspired to start The White Coat Investor to assist his colleagues. Show NotesThe White Coat InvestorJohn C. Bogle Center for Financial LiteracyBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
JL Collins is the author of The Simple Path to Wealth and creator of an online content provider, known for his Stock Series, a series of blog posts that makes complex investment concepts accessible to the beginner investor. JL advocates for an impressively simple approach to investing that relies entirely on exactly two index funds – Vanguard’s Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTSAX) and Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund (VBTLX) – to achieve total market diversification. JL talks about his investment approach and a range of other topics including market volatility, fixed income investing, tax-advantaged accounts and early withdrawals, Black Monday and humble pie, why average investment returns are anything but, inflation and deflation, investing versus speculating, cryptocurrency, and how to talk to someone about making the switch to an index fund investment strategy.Show NotesBogleheads® Live ep 5: Christine Benz on correlations & sustainable distributionsBogleheads® Live ep 1: Introducing the Bogleheads®Bogleheads® Live ep. 11: #FIRE Taxes; Tax Planning for Early RetireesJohn C. Bogle Center for Financial LiteracyBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
In the 18th episode of Bogleheads® Live, Jon talks with Barry Ritholtz. Barry is the co-founder, chairman, and Chief Investment Officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management LLC, one of the fastest-growing investment advisors in the U.S.Barry’s career focus has been on how behavioral economics and data affect investors. Jon and Barry discuss the behavioral side of investing, the relationship between greed and FOMO, the Bogle effect and the future of indexing, economic reflexivity, how to safely scratch that itch to actively manage an investment portfolio, the fallacy of low risk – high yield, portfolio allocation for younger investors, direct indexing to reduce taxes, and the importance of luck in investing.Show NotesMasters in Business; Apr 21, 2017; Interview With Andrew Lo: Masters in BusinessBogleheads® Live #3: Rick Ferri, CFA on picking index fundsPioneering Portfolio Management by David F. SwensenRitholtz Reads in Your InboxThinking in Bets by Annie DukeBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Steven Fox answers questions on taxes for millennials.Show NotesBogleheads® On Investing podcast #032: Phil DeMuthRational Reminder podcast #158: Loss Harvesting and the Myth of Tax AlphaThe Solo 401(k) TrapMega Backdoor Roth In Solo 401k: Control Your Own DestinyJohn C. Bogle Center for Financial LiteracyBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Ted Randall explains taxes on mutual funds, and how they can happen in both up and down markets.Show NotesTed RandallWhen Bad Taxes Happen to Good FundsBogleheads® Live ep. 6: Dr. Sunil Wahal on hidden mutual fund costsBogleheads® Live ep. 7: Eric Balchunas on “The Bogle Effect”John C. Bogle Center for Financial LiteracyBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Jorge Soriano CFP®, EA explains how to review an annuity, determine its fees, helping you decide whether to keep it.Show NotesImmediate AnnuitiesStan The Annuity Man®John C. Bogle Center for Financial LiteracyBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Show NotesDavid BlanchettBogleheads® Live Ep 5: Christine Benz on correlations & sustainable distributionsBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Dan Egan answers questions on conflicts of interest of robo-advisors.Show NotesDan EganEvaluating The Tax Deferral And Tax Bracket Arbitrage Benefits Of Tax Loss HarvestingBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Robin Wigglesworth discusses the history of index funds and his book, "Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever."Show NotesRobin WigglesworthTrillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance ForeverBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Sean Mullaney and Cody Garrett answer audience questions about taxes in early retirement.Show NotesSean MullaneyCody GarrettEarly Retirement and Social SecurityBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Paul Merriman answers questions about small-cap value investing.Show NotesThe Merriman Financial Education FoundationWe're Talking Millions!Bogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Mike Piper, CPA answers questions from the Bogleheads® community on Social Security, investing, and more.Show NotesOblivious Investor by Mike PiperSocial Security Made Simple: Social Security Retirement Benefits and Related Planning Topics Explained in 100 Pages or LessBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Dr. William J. Bernstein talks about how the imperfect portfolio you can stick with is better than the perfect portfolio you can't stick with, answers audience questions about bonds for young investors, bond maturity, the risks of bond ETFs, Treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS), and about how he's changed his approach to investing over time.Efficient FrontierWhat's the Proper Bond Duration for Your Portfolio?Bogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Dr. Sunil Wahal explains the hidden costs of mutual funds, and answers audience questions.Show NotesThe True Costs of Mutual Fund OwnershipThe Huge Tax Bills That Came Out of Nowhere at VanguardBogleheads® ForumBogleheads® WikiBogleheads® RedditBogleheads® FacebookBogleheads® TwitterBogleheads® on Investing podcastBogleheads® YouTube Bogleheads® Local ChaptersBogleheads® Virtual Online ChaptersBogleheads® on Investing PodcastBogleheads® ConferencesBogleheads® BooksThe John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. At Boglecenter.net, your tax-deductible donations are greatly appreciated.
Eric Balchunas answers audience questions about his new book, "The Bogle Effect: How John Bogle and Vanguard Turned Wall Street Inside Out and Saved Investors Trillions."Eric BalchunasThe Bogle Effect: How John Bogle and Vanguard Turned Wall Street Inside Out and Saved Investors TrillionsFund Fees Predict Future Success or Failure
Christine Benz answers audience questions on asset correlations and sustainable distribution rates in retirement. Christine takes on questions on how correlations are changing, how sustainable distribution rates may be lower in the future, investing globally, and more.
Larry Swedroe answers questions on sustainable investing, including alternatives to sustainable investing, investing in sin (brown) stocks, how ESG decisions are made, the risks of sustainable investing, and the historic investment performance of investing sustainably.
Rick Ferri, CFA, returns, discussing how to select the right index funds, the difference between investing philosophy and investing strategy,  and answering audience questions on rules of thumb, managing portfolio risk in retirement, high-fee funds masquerading as low-cost index funds,  factor investing, and active management style drift.
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