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This radio program capitalizes on the hosts vast and diverse experience and knowledge to inform and educate the public on a wide array of issues related to personal finance, such asset building, retirement planning, investments, etc. In addition, the radio personalities address current issues, including the economy, financial marketplace, credit unions, and personal money matters in general. Sponsored by the Cornerstone Credit Union League and NaviCore Solutions, the show seeks listener interaction, either through dial-in or chat.

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More than 157 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this year, with eight in 10 millennials saying they are already planning something fun with their friends. Total spending in 2015 will top $6.9 billion, with the average... more

On this day in 1781, the Revolutionary War effectively ends with the surrender by Major General Lord Charles Cornwallis to George Washington at Yorktown, Va. Cornwallis surrenders 7,157 troops, including sick and wounded, and 840... more

On this day in 1792, the cornerstone was laid for a presidential residence in the newly designated capital city of Washington. Work began on the neoclassical White House building at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue under the guidance of Irish... more

What'sup! So, you feel like we haven't touched on a financial topic important to you. Well, today is your day! It's Potpourri day! Yes, any financial topic will do. Just call us at 646-929-1020, press the #1 key to raise your hand, and we... more

Online shoppers are expected to spend nearly $80 billion in holiday shopping this year. Is this the most cost effective? The average consumer will spend $781 for the holidays. Do you have aplan? Can you save roughly $90 a week for the... more

Did you know today is National Centenarian's Day? It is a day to honor those who are 100 years of age or older. The day was originally proclaimed as a time to listen to centenarian's as they have so much rich history and wisdom to share.... more

Summer is not over but holiday shopping is already on millions of Americans' minds. About one in seven American adults have already started their holiday shopping, according to a CreditCards.com. That means about 32 million... more

Are you prepared? For what, you might ask? In just over seven weeks, Halloween will arrive in the United States. In 11 weeks, Thanksgiving will bless us with its presence. Speaking of presents, Hanukkah arrives in just under 13 weeks and... more

In one scene in the 1967 movie, ?The Graduate,? the recent college graduate, Benjamin, is floating in his parent's pool when his father confronts him about his future. Mr. Braddock: Ben, what are you doing? Benjamin: Well, I would say that... more

In 1970 seventy-four percent of the middle class workforce had a high school degree and only 26 percent actually had some college experience. Today, 39 percent of the middle class workforce have a high school degree and 61 percent... more