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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.

 

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?

by David Lenok featuring Rick Kahler | Celebrity Estates: Wills of the Rich and Famous Podcast 06/09/2021

What to Plan with Likely Tax Changes in 2021!

by Charles Musgrove featuring Rick Kahler | Answers That Count Podcast 01/14/2021

How to Make Sense of Your Emotions & Money

by Shaun Maslyk | The Most Hated F-Word Podcast (Ep 13) 09/16/2020

05/27/2020

Comparison of Financial Psychology, Behavioral Finance and Finology

by Jake Wagner | What is Finology? Podcast 09/28/18

Intersection Between Therapy & Financial Planning

by SDPB Radio - Rick Kahler | In The Moment Radio Show 05/21/2018

Click here to listen to more episodes of SDPB's In the Moment featuring Rick Kahler

Rick Kahler In The News

The Most Valuable Assets to Leave for Your Heirs

A Roth IRA Is Often the Best Inheritance, but the Decision Depends on Your Finances and Goals

A Nervy Approach to Retirement Saving

Forget your 401(k) plan. The big money today is building nest eggs on everything from show horses to rock bands.

Using “Money Scripts” for Better Financial Planning

At Kahler Financial Planning in Rapid City, S.D., new clients fill out long questionnaires that probe their thoughts, feelings and beliefs about money.

Another thing to Blame on Parents

Rick Kahler, the workshop’s financial planner, said that once people get beyond their baggage, they make more appropriate investment decisions. “It’s about moving on to clarity,” he said.