Byron Moore, The Shreveport Times

Byron Moore

The Shreveport Times

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Past articles by Byron:

Of diets and debts

We may even have a “weight loss” story regarding debt. → Read More

Retirement time is not the finish line

For most retirees age 65 is simply not the finish line. It’s just the next chapter. → Read More

America’s retirement crisis

Many of us talk about retirement funding in terms of a “three-legged stool.” I’ve heard that analogy since my earliest days as a financial advisor. → Read More

Should I stay or should I go? 401K plans and the last few years prior to retirement

Allowing older employees to shift funds away and into a rollover IRA may offer greater options for a more conservative retirement portfolio. → Read More

Money madness and the road to retirement

Good luck. Play hard. Play smart. → Read More

No longer a slave to wealth

We see from Maewyn’s experiences that tragedy can become triumph. → Read More

Retire from something to something

Which direction will you go? → Read More

Life’s guaranteed wild card

Whether you play poker in its variant forms or stay closer to Uno, one thing is certain – you smile (inside) when you get a wild card. → Read More

Put discipline on auto-pilot

Discipline is the capacity to say “no” to many other things so you can say “yes” to the one most important thing. → Read More

Control, influence and acceptance on Groundhog Day +1

Wisdom helps focus our attention and spend our energies on the things that can make a difference and save ourselves the trouble on things that can’t. → Read More

Planning: prediction or preparation?

For real people living real lives (the kind where stuff goes wrong once in a while), insurance may be the cheapest safety net imaginable. → Read More

Of board games and black holes

70% of those turning 65 today will need some sort of long-term care during their lifetime. And 20% will need it for five years or more. → Read More

Begin with the end in mind

What are you trying to accomplish in 2019? → Read More

New Year’s resolutions that work

Accountability is the hard side and community is the soft side. Both are necessary to long-term success in your journey to financial health. → Read More

Gifts to give yourself this Christmas

Reflection is a deeper level of thinking that refuses to be satisfied with a shallow, less thoughtful perception of reality. → Read More

Worrying about market volatility

Some days it’s difficult to decide what new thing we’re supposed to worry about. → Read More

What is your relationship with money?

If money is a burden to you, no well-meaning financial type is going to talk you into loving it. → Read More

Preparing for the coming economic downturn

If you’ll just stay ready for an economic downturn, you won’t have to get ready for one. → Read More

To win the battle, get a bigger army

You’ve got to set the prisoners free and get them back into the fight. → Read More

How much

While it’s true that you’re going to need an income in retirement, that isn’t all you’ll need. → Read More