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Financial and retirement planning guidance with Mark Howard of the Howard Financial Group in Savannah. Mark has almost three decades of experience in the financial industry, has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Barron's, South Magazine and several other publications. He has also been featured on the Savannah Morning News. In addition to clients in Savannah, Mark also serves Hilton Head, Bluffton, Statesboro, and the rest of the Low Country. To get your own Financial Game Plan, cont ...
 
Welcome to the Life in the Carolinas Podcast. Our show features a blending of stories that are primarily based on the syndicated TV show, Carl White's Life in the Carolinas and newspaper columns written by Carl White. Like Carl often says, "It's never a bad time for a good story!" The podcast is hosted by Carl and features specials guests as they share the stories behind the stories. All too often we simply do not have enough time to share everything we would like during broadcast. This podc ...
 
Craft Beer Carolina is the weekly podcast that helps you discover and discuss the burgeoning Craft Beer industries and culture in the Carolinas. Hosted by industry experts, Jennifer Roland and Julian Buck, the show is produced by Muffuletta Media, LLC and based in Florence, South Carolina.
 
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For every minute of on-air television, hours of content and conversations go unseen and unheard. This is everything you can't fit in the newscast. Columbia, South Carolina's only long-form, issues-based news show; Off The Air brings local news into the information age. Hosted by Leroy Green and produced by the team at WLTX News 19.
 
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As financial professionals, there are things that we wish everyone knew and understood about the financial industry. Today we are going to share some of the tricks that sometimes get played and how to spot them. Read and get additional financial information: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-42-what-we-wish-you-knew-about-the-financial-indust…
 
Mister Rogers left us a treasure trove of inspirational quotes during his 31 years on TV. Did you know that a few of them have some solid financial and investing wisdom hidden inside? Read and get additional financial information: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-41-financial-wisdom-from-mr-rogers/826/ What we discuss: 2:15 – Truth about our…
 
Psychologists have determined that retirement is the 10th most stressful event that you can experience in life. Today we’re sharing some ways to proactively deal with that stress. Read and get additional financial information: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-40-how-to-deal-with-financial-stress-in-retirement/814/ What we discuss: 2:58 – Lif…
 
On this episode of the Life in the Carolinas podcast, Carl sits down with Mike Unruh and Ron Lewis of Foundation Forward, a nonprofit educational project that builds Your Charters of Freedom Settings in local communities across the country. Mike is the Resources and Communications Director of Foundation Forward and handles fundraising, press releas…
 
Some people need a reality check when it comes to understanding their retirement. You might picture yourself retired on a beach or a boat, but it might be time to check your dreams. Read and get additional financial information: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-39-retirement-reality-check/801/ What we discuss: 0:55 – Manage expectations 3:01…
 
Right now, there are many parents who recently dropped their first kid off at college. Other parents just dropped their last kid off at college and are officially empty nesters. Let’s discuss some of the major financial issues to consider during this stage of life. Read and get additional financial information: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/…
 
On this episode of the Life in the Carolinas podcast, Carl sits down with librarian Suzanne Moore. The two met at a local farmer's market when Suzanne was playing the banjo (she refers to herself as an "amateur plucker") to promote the new Seed Library over at Wilkes County Public Library. Carl quickly realized that Suzanne was no "ordinary" librar…
 
Today, we’re answering your mailbag questions. Up first, Beth wants to know if it was a mistake to take Social Security early. We’ll also answer your questions about 401(k) investments and long-term care. Read and get additional financial information: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-37-mailbag-social-security-401k-investments-and-long-term-…
 
You likely have questions about your retirement, but there might be some questions that you didn’t know to ask. We’ll explain what those questions are and why the answers are so crucial to your financial future. Episode Show Notes: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-36-retirement-questions-you-didnt-know-to-ask/619/ 1:27 – Tax-deferred savings…
 
Today we’re answering some mailbag questions about inheritance, housing prices and retirement goals. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-35-mailbag-inheritance-housing-and-retirement-goals/610/ What we discuss on this episode: 1:11 – Inheritance 6:11 – Selling house 8:33 – Retirement goal…
 
On this episode of The Retirement Huddle podcast, Mark Howard explains the questions you need to answer to see if you are ready for retirement. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-34-retirement-readiness-where-do-you-stand/597/ What we discuss on this episode: 1:07 – I have no idea if I can…
 
We like to look at issues faced by people outside the financial world and see what kind of retirement lessons we can learn. Today, we’re seeing what we can learn from teachers and the issues they face. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/episodes/ What we discuss on this episode: 2:02 – Everybody hate…
 
What kind of score will you get on this retirement pop quiz? If you don’t know the answer to the majority of these questions, there’s a good chance that you’d be flunking a course on retirement planning. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/financial-planning/ep-32-retirement-pop-quiz/565/ What we disc…
 
If there is one person who had the biggest impact in putting Hilton Head on the map besides Charles Fraser it would be David Pearson. In this episode David shares with us the story behind two photos that went worldwide and garnered major attention for the island. David also shares some of the creative marketing tactics he used and how he "kidnapped…
 
Welcome back Brian Eichenberger from the podcast "Rock and Roll Bedtime Stories". One of the artists Brian and I discuss once owned property in Sea Pines back in the 1990's. That is the only connection to HHI in this show. Brian and I talk about five songs with American themes or connections. Artists include Jimi Hendrix, Tom Petty, Kid Rock, U2 an…
 
Park Plaza Cinema is the long time movie theater at the south end of the island and located near the Greenwood gate to Sea Pines. In this episode we talk with Lucie Mann about the theater they have owned since 2010. Lucie shares with us some of the renovations and updates they have made over the past few years, the delicious menu options available …
 
There are some important ages when you’re thinking about retirement. Some of these ages start way before you retire. We’ll explain what they are and why they’re important milestones. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-31-important-ages-for-retirement-planning/525/ What we discuss on this e…
 
Mark King is a long term resident of Hilton Head. He has been involved in the golf and sports industry during his career on the island. In this episode Mark starts with the different ownership groups involved on Hilton Head over the years, the development of golf and the impact the game has had on island growth and the local economy. We discuss the…
 
Jim Light worked in Sea Pines with Charles Fraser in the late 60's and 70's. He guided Sea Pines through some very rough financial times when the Federal Reserve raised interest rates significantly. Jim shares stories about working with Charles, developing tennis in Sea Pines and the challenging times for the community.…
 
Even if she wasn’t actually talking about money, Grandma said a lot of smart things that we can apply to financial planning. On this episode of The Retirement Huddle podcast, Mark Howard explains some of these classic Grandma sayings and how they relate to our financial lives. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retiremen…
 
I am joined by Brian Eichenberger from the podcast "Rock and Roll Bedtime Stories" as we discuss Hilton Head and some classic 80's summer beach songs. Brian is an expert researcher and musicphile and reveals some behind the scenes stories about Katrina and the Waves, Corey Hart, Don Henley , Bananarama and Martha and the Muffins.…
 
The Chocolate Canopy is a Hilton Head tradition. Started in 1982 it is currently owned by Chris and Nancy Paris. In this episode Nancy shares the story of how they ended up on the island and then owning not just one but two candy stores. Nancy also shares some secrets about what makes their chocolate so special and the secret behind the best salt w…
 
Getting through retirement is a lot like running a marathon. Are you prepared and ready to go? We’ll explain what you need to do. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-29-the-retirement-marathon/491/ What we discuss on this episode: 2:00 – Planning and preparation 4:59 – Diet 6:28 – Don’t sta…
 
Chip Collins is a 28 year resident of Hilton Head and owner/broker of Collins Group Realty. In this episode we talk about visiting Sea Pines as kids, current growth challenges in the area and how the vision of Charles Fraser helped Hilton Head sustain the impacts of Hurricane Matthew. We also learn about some great charitable project his team is in…
 
Some decisions you make are hard to go back to change, and some you can’t change at all. And there are many decisions in retirement planning that can’t be undone, so you want to make sure that you make the right call. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-28-retirement-decisions-that-cant-be-…
 
Jim Chaffin of Chaffin/Light talks about the early days of his career working in Sea Pines. Jim reflects on working with Charles Fraser and dealing with some of the challenges of the development. Jim also talks about Harbour Town, the lighthouse project and a very memorable ride with Fraser on the Compass Rose.…
 
Santa Elena, built on what is now Parris Island, was the first long standing settlement in what would become the Colonies. Rich Thomas, a local historian, takes us through the story of Spanish and French battles for the area, the establishing of Santa Elena and how a bad case on indigestion may have changed the course of American history.…
 
Stu Dawson is a principle founder of Sasaki, a planning and design firm in Massachusetts. In this episode Stu shares with us his introduction to Charles Fraser, developing the master plan for Sea Pines in the 1950's and designing Harbour Town and the famed lighthouse. Stu also tells about a very interesting car ride with Fraser and what he and some…
 
Melanie Beal Marks is a preservationist and historical researcher. She worked on the Garvin Garvey House preservation project in Bluffton and recently researched the history of Burnt Church Road. Join us as she discusses both projects. We talk about the history of the Bluffton area, her research methods and how difficult it is to solve these histor…
 
The financial world is full of acronyms that get thrown around for convenience, but the average person doesn’t necessarily know what they all mean. We’ll share what they are and what they mean. Read more and get additional financial resources here: https://retirementhuddle.com/financial-planning/ep-27-financial-acronym-salad/456/ What we discuss on…
 
The Hilton Head Heroes Foundation was founded by Gregg and Lindy Russell. They provide free one week, all expenses paid, trips to children who have serious medical conditions and their families. The heroes house has been open for 20 years and has hosted over 1,000 families at this point. Gregg Russell shares the story of the house from its beginnin…
 
Should you always pay off your house as soon as you can? Do you need life insurance when you retire? Find out if we agree or disagree with these financial strategies. Read more and get additional financial resources: https://retirementhuddle.com/podcast/ep-26-agree-or-disagree-with-these-financial-strategies/442/ What we discuss on this episode: 1:…
 
In Part 3 Gregg talks about the state of Ohio, Sandwiches and the making of Come Away Home. Gregg also shares some stories about his world travels including being interrogated in the back room of a Columbian airport. He also shares his love of the Liberty tree, the lighthouse, signs and the Harbourtown Playground. We wrap up with how he hopes his c…
 
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