Doug Warshauer & Harris Glasser on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott Cluthe gets serious about his money, your money, everybody’s money! His two guests combine into one interesting show with the focus on your green. First Doug Warshauer, author of If I’m So Smart, Where Did All of My Money Go? Then Scott talks with Harris Glasser, author of It’s My Money, and i Want it. Conventional advice does not teach people how to balance conflicting demands from living expenses, credit cards bills, mortgages, college funds, and retirement investments. Finally, there is a book that does. “If I’m So Smart, Where Did All My Money Go?” is an engaging look at ten diverse characters who each face different financial challenges. In this story of a personal finance seminar, you will meet the following people: Joe, a 23 year-old college graduate who already finds himself with $20,000 of credit card debt, and wonders if he has done permanent damage to his financial future, Eric and Sally, a couple in their 30s who bought a home at the peak of the market and who fear they could lose all of their equity, Andrea, a 40ish single mother whose living expenses make saving for college and retirement seem an impossible dream,And many others………… Harris Glasser is a lighthearted, successful businessman with 46 years of personal experience handling various financial situations for both himself and others – and getting the desired results. Easy, and at times really fun, his approaches weren’t learned in school but were mastered through practiced efforts with real-life experiences. His insights into the resolution of everyday life situations are always very simple, very down to earth and easily applied by anyone. Harris always found, and it always proved itself out by his experiences, that one does not need to study and read book upon book for answers. Simple common sense that we all possess, applied to many situations, gives us the key to the answers we are looking for.

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