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Mind Your Money Podcast is an extension of the great education and conversation the Bradshaw Rogers Financial Partners team has always believed in. This show will extend the kinds of financial and retirement planning topics we've covered over the years in our video series and blogs with the added ability to highlight and elevate some of the top business owners and leaders in and around Salisbury, NC.

Your hosts are Trent Bradshaw and Brandon Rogers of Bradshaw Rogers Financial Partners. If you would like to be a guest or ask Trent and Brandon a question, please reach out. Email or call 704-216-2260.

Discussions in this show are for educational purposes only. Information presented should not be considered specific investment advice or a recommendation to take any particular course of action. Always consult with a financial professional regarding your personal situation before making financial decisions. The views and opinions expressed are based on current economic and market conditions and are subject to change. All investing involves risk, including the potential for loss of principal. Securities and Advisory Services offered through United Planners Financial Services, Member FINRA, SIPC. Bradshaw Rogers Financial Partners and United Planners are not affiliated. United Planners and its representatives do not offer tax or legal advice.

Jun 20, 2024

When it comes to managing money, we all have our justifications for the choices we make. However, some of these excuses can lead to poor financial decisions that may affect your future. In this episode, Trent and Brandon share some of the most common excuses they hear and explain why they don’t often hold water.

From starting Social Security too early to taking excessive risks with your investments, it's easy to make excuses and hope that they’ll somehow work out in the end. Have you ever made any of these excuses when it comes to your financial decisions? Let’s replace them with actionable strategies to serve you better.


Here are some of the excuses we’ll discuss in the episode:

  • “I paid into the Social Security system and I want to be sure that I get my money before it goes bankrupt.”
  • “I feel like I’m behind in my savings and I need to make up for lost time.”
  • “I lost a lot in the last market crash and I don’t want to go down that road again.”
  • “Financial stuff just really isn’t my thing.”
  • “I’ve been working with him for a long time and I don’t want to hurt that friendship.”





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