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Scott Hanson and Pat McClain of Money Matters solve a complex 401(k) problem for a caller who is worried about his tax exposure.
Scott Hanson sheds some light on the prevalence of companies profiting off of their employees' retirement savings.
Even though Money Matters caller Jim is such a great saver, he still wants advice about how he can save more.
Scott and Pat provide a caller with options for pension money he didn’t know existed.
Scott Hanson and Pat McClain discuss real estate and where they believe the trends are leading.
Scott and Pat advise an attorney who has complex money issues but a surprising number of great options.
Scott Hanson's latest CNBC column explains why it's a bad idea to use retirement accounts to fund your kid's college expenses.
Scott Hanson and Pat McClain explain what the recent Department of Labor ruling on fiduciary advisors means for investors.
Scott Hanson of Hanson McClain Advisors details the key steps to having a dream post-work lifestyle.
Scott Hanson and Pat McClain of Hanson McClain’s Money Matters discuss what financial independence really means.
Scott Hanson's latest CNBC column provides tips for empty nesters on planning for retirement once the kids leave home.
Scott Hanson and Pat McClain advise a caller to Money Matters on the tax complications surrounding annuities.
What are the tax advantages of opening an IRA and then immediately converting it to a Roth? Find out what Scott and Pat have to say.
This Hanson McClain’s Money Matters’ caller wants to know his options for funding a child’s college education.
A caller to Hanson McClain’s Money Matters is an entrepreneur who is sitting pretty, but he needs a plan to make his windfall last.
Scott and Pat, hosts of Hanson McClain’s Money Matters, advise a caller who is well diversified and looking forward to the future.
Lynn is frustrated by the dismal return on her savings. Scott and Pat find a way to balance her risk tolerance with her need to earn more money.