In The News
Nathan Gehring and Christina Lynn write articles for some of our industry’s leading magazines such as the Journal for Financial Planning, the NAPFA Advisor, and the FPA Next Generation Planner Magazine.
Nathan Gehring - Written Insights
Kahler Financial Group’s founder, Rick Kahler, is recognized on a national level for his knowledge of traditional and cutting edge financial planning services.
He is frequently quoted in consumer, business, and financial trade media: television, newspapers, magazines, blogs, conferences, radio programs, and websites.
Rick also writes a weekly blog through our website called Financial Awakenings.
Rick Kahler - Podcasts
Warren Buffet - What is Your Subconscious Relationship With Money?
What to Plan with Likely Tax Changes in 2021!
How to Make Sense of Your Emotions & Money
Thoughts & Feelings
Comparison of Financial Psychology, Behavioral Finance and Finology
Intersection Between Therapy & Financial Planning
Rick Kahler In The News
Should Clients Know Their Advisor’s Net Worth?
Should clients be concerned if their advisor shies away from questions about their own finances? A news story by Financial Advisor dated October 2nd, 2023.
The Strange Power of Financial Therapy: Engaging with Rick Kahler
Helen Lees, PhD shares her powerful session with Rick Kahler and her story of transformation. Rick uses IFS with financial therapy to help Helen with her money.
The CD Market Is Doing Something Strange
CDs are a great way to earn interest on your savings. And CD investing usually comes with an iron rule: The longer you are willing to lock up your money, the bigger interest rate you will get. Rick Kahler is featured on The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Want to survive the latest financial panic?
Inflation numbers continue to cause pain in the pocketbook, and the Federal Reserve further signals about corrective action to slow inflation. That kind of adjustment has thrown markets into a tantrum before.
5 ways to deal with money envy
If you’ve ever scrolled through social media posts only to be gripped with envy when you see a friend posing in front of their beautiful house or enjoying themselves at a luxurious resort, then you understand how easy it is to want what other people have. Financial envy is real, and sometimes it can be ugly.