Fee-Only Financial Advice from Salt Lake City
Financial journalists and media personalities, both local and national, frequently enlist NAPFA-Registered Financial Advisors to contribute to their stories and shows in the knowledge that Fee-Only financial planners are a reliable source of objective, professional financial advice for their audiences:
Fox 13 News. October 6, 2008 - Paul appeared on Fox 13 News being interviewed by Sandy Riesgraf on the day of the Dow's biggest point drop ever. He urged investors not to panic, and for those with intermediate- to long-term investment time horizons, to view the bear market as a buying opportunity.
Fox 13 News. February 27-28, 2007 - Paul appeared on Fox 13 News being interviewed by Sandy Riesgraf on the market plunge on Feb. 27 and its effect on the real economy.
Fox 13 News. September 5, 2006 - Paul appeared on Fox 13 News being interviewed by Sandy Riesgraf on advice for workers and retirees with traditional pension plans.
"Your Money" Financial Planning Advice Radio Show on SiriusXM Channel 111, September 6, 2016 - Paul was invited to return as a guest host. He and host Professor Kent Smetters fielded listener calls on a variety of general financial planning topics with a focus on investing and retirement. To hear a recording of this show, please click on "Your Money" Financial Planning Advice Radio Show.
"Your Money" Financial Planning Advice Radio Show on SiriusXM Channel 111, July 15, 2014 - Paul was invited to guest host "Your Money", a call-in advice / personal finance radio show. The show's host is Wharton Business School professor Kent Smetters, an avid proponent of Fee-Only, fiduciary financial advisors.
KSL News Radio, May 31, 2007 - Paul was interviewed for KSL News Radio by Paul Nelson on the increasing gap in wealth between older and younger generations.
KUER FM 90 Public Radio, November 5, 2004 - Paul Winter, President of Five Seasons Financial Planning in Salt Lake City, Utah appeared as a guest expert on retirement planning for the financial series, "Your Personal Economy", co-hosted by Dan Bammes and John Bird. The panelists discussed the proposed changes to Social Security and the decline of traditional pension plans, and then fielded retirement-related questions posed by listeners.
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Dow Jones Newswire. October 2009 - Dow Jones reporter Veronica Dagher discussed how Paul helps clients with traditional pension plans to analyze and choose from among their payout options on retirement.