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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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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

Today we will talk about back to school and, for the next few weeks, we will dive into subjects from saving money buying crayons to paying for college tuition. But first, here are three tips to help your child succeed academically and... more

You may not be the son of a wealthy clothing store merchant, or the grandson of an Italian immigrant tailor, and you may not end up at college with your father trailing along but, never-the-less, you need to be prepared. Whether you are... more

Once upon a time, we kept our porch lights on. We opened the door even if we didn't know who rang the bell. And we could always leave the back door unlocked during the day. National Night Out is a community-police... more

Potpourri is used inside the home to give the air a pleasant smell. The word "potpourri" comes from the French word "pot-pourri." Literally, however, the word "pot" in French has the same meaning as it does in Spanish and English, while... more

Many countries have Independence Days, a time marked by separation from some ruling authority. In The United States of America, it is July 4th, when the colonists declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. Today, July... more

Replay of our episode Can't get ahead financially? Do unexpected repairs or events compromise your financial stability? This month, Your Money Your Matters focuses on achieving greater financial security. The hosts will discuss everything... more

Replay of our popular April 28th episode on Workers Memorial Day. It is a day set aside to remember workers killed in incidents at work, or by diseases, disabilities or injuries caused by work. All too often we fail to plan for the aftermath of an... more

1880 – Salvation Army forms in London 1884 – First Rollercoaster is operated at Coney Island, NY 1893 – Cracker Jack is invented 1903 – Ford Motor Company and Pepsi Cola Incorporate 1933 –... more