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Wealthy Habits Podcast

Are there some important financial questions and considerations that you've overlooked? On this show, we want to come alongside your financial and retirement journey to help you answer those questions and experience financial success.

Dave Elizondo and Drue Kampmann are Co-Founders of True Financial Partners, serving the Quad Cities. Their goal is to provide you with great information and education to help you retire with security and comfort.

As you get closer to retirement, the money choices you make become more and more critical. So make sure you're getting proper guidance and help along the way. On the Wealthy Habits Podcast, we'll cover things like social security, taxes, income planning, investments and so much more.

Reach out if you have any questions at or by calling 563-359-8783.

Jan 27, 2022

Just like football players don’t want to fumble the ball in the red zone, you don’t want to fumble your finances as you get close to retirement. We’ll explain how to protect your finances.


What we discuss today: 

3:54 – What is the financial red zone?

4:45 – Planning in retirement

7:08 – Mistakes

10:21 –...

Jan 20, 2022

We’re answering your mailbag questions, today. Dean wants to know whether to keep working or retire. Claire wonders if she should split her mortgage payments. We’ll also be answering questions on entering the market, generational wealth, and more.


What we discuss today: 

1:44 – Working on retiring

3:19 –...

Jan 13, 2022

Most people realize that it’s usually best to have an estate-planning attorney helping them with their estate plan, but it’s also important for the financial advisor to be part of that conversation. On today’s show, we’ll explain why.


What we discuss today: 

2:47 – Importance of financial advisor

5:59 –...

Jan 6, 2022

Today we're sharing five signs that you're in good financial health. It's a good checklist to measure where you stand and whether or not you're in a good position for retirement. How do you measure up?


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