Money Management 101 – Frugal Fundamentals workshop
Carlos Dias Jr is a wealth advisor and finance contributor for national publications including Market Watch
Frugal Fundamentals is our live virtual workshop series that gives athletes the tools and resources necessary to succeed off the field. If you would like to participate and be informed on future sessions sign up here https://www.afrugalathlete.com/frugal-fundamentals
Why do so many retired pros file for bankruptcy? How are the athletes of today in a better position to financially protect themselves than those from decades past? What do female pro athletes need to consider in planning for their financial future? Carlos Dias Jr., a financial advisor experienced in working with pro athletes, discusses it all on today’s show. He also drops a nug or two of wisdom for us regular retired athletes. Listen now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
Learn what you need to know to take control of your finances. From what questions to ask an investment advisor to the difference between some important financial terms, this conversation will have you feeling empowered and ready to take the lead in your finances.
Is your business ready for the 2021 tax season? Carlos Dias Jr., financial adviser and tax expert, shares everything you need to know to take advantage of Biden tax benefits.
A THESIS PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 2021.
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