• 00:14

    Tom Conneran, CFP, with Kevin Hunter TBFS Radio

    in Business

    Join guest Tom Conneran, CFP®, Financial Advisor of Conneran Financial Advising with host Kevin Hunter and guest host Craig Nester. Tom is a member of Trust Vets, an organization that promotes military veterans who are business owners. 


    Tom is a member of Trust Vets, a veteran business owner association. For more information about Trust Vets, please visit http://www.trustvets.com/. 


    For more about Tom, please visit his website at http://conneranfinancial.com/


    TOM CONNERAN, CFP®, Financial Advisor of Conneran Financial Advising in Andover, MN is authorized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) to use the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and CFP (with flame design)® in accordance with CFP Board certification and renewal requirements. Mr. Conneran specializes in Retirement Planning, Retirement Income Configuration and Basic Financial Planning for Families and Small Business. 


    For more information from Trust Vets, please visit http://www.trustvets.com/dir/tom-conneran/ 
    Tom grew up on a farm near Fisher, Minnesota. He entered the US Military Academy after high school graduation in 1974 and was commissioned a Regular Army Officer and graduated from West Point on June 7, 1978 with a Bachelor of Science. Tom also earned a Master of Business Administration from Syracuse University in 1986. Tom served in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Later, he commanded an Artillery Battalion at Fort Hood, Texas. After 20 years of service, Tom retired in 1998.

  • 00:32

    Storytellers Campfire Presents Retire Wealthy by Author Eric Brotman, CFP

    in Books

    Why does only 19 % of the working population have a retirement savings?


    Why does it seem like a monumental task to plan for retirement?


    Will you have enough?


    How do you determine how much to save for emergency funds?


    Recession recovery, changing economics can you actually plan?


    Can anyone afford a Financial Planner/Advisor?


    Or can we all just simply think of wealth and ask the universe to plop it in our lap without doing anything else?


    Here are just a few of the questions people are asking and tonight on Storytellers Campfire Eric Brotman President and Managing Principal of Brotman Financial Group has written the book "Retire Wealthy; The Tools You Need to Help Build Lasting Wealth On Your Own Or With Your Financial Advisor"


    Join us for this informative show as we hear from Eric Brotman, see you at the Campfire tonight at 8:00 PM Pacific Time!

  • Happy New Years! Let's Recap Wild Card Weekend and Talk CFP!

    in Sports

    In this show I'll talk about the College Football bowl games along with Recapping what happened New Years day in the inaugural College Football Playoff! I'll also recap Wild Card Weekend in the NFL and any per Major news stories in the world of sports I'm back to two days a week and will be doing shows on Tuesday & Thursday in January then just once a week in February.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up spotlights Angela Grillo CFP® of South County Financial Planning

    in Finance

    San Juan Capistrano, CA – Whether your retirement is just around the corner or 30 years away, a sound investment strategy can get you moving in the right direction toward a bright financial future. But retirement is about more than just your investments.


    While most certified financial planners focus on the big picture, according to Angela Grillo, it’s the details that are what’s most important. Angela is the founder of South County Financial Planning, a fee-only financial planning firm. Since 2008, Angela has helped thousands of clients from all income levels coordinate their finances with their life goals.


    “Everyone should have a financial plan done at least once in their lifetime, even for people who don’t have a lot of assets,” says Angela. “Even one conversation is enough to get them to start thinking about what will work out for them best.”


    Before embarking on a career in financial planning, Angela had been a computer programmer. Today, Angela’s clients tend to be engineers, whom many financial planners consider to be the most difficult and demanding clients.


    “If I can’t explain how the software arrived at certain figures, they won’t believe me,” says Angela. “I don’t have any difficulty with that because I’m the same way.”


    Angela also works with a number of families who have children with special needs. As the mother of a 19-year-old autistic son, Angela can better assist these families, who often struggle with greater living expenses from the fees and costs for different therapies when the child is younger.


    “It takes someone with personal experience to understand what the family of a disabled child is going through,” says Angela. “You spend a lot of money in their early years. I can help them head in the right direction."

  • Part 2:Close-Up spotlights Angela Grillo CFP® of South County Financial Planning

    in Finance

    San Juan Capistrano, CA – Whether your retirement is just around the corner or 30 years away, a sound investment strategy can get you moving in the right direction toward a bright financial future. But retirement is about more than just your investments.


    While most certified financial planners focus on the big picture, according to Angela Grillo, it’s the details that are what’s most important. Angela is the founder of South County Financial Planning, a fee-only financial planning firm. Since 2008, Angela has helped thousands of clients from all income levels coordinate their finances with their life goals.


    “Everyone should have a financial plan done at least once in their lifetime, even for people who don’t have a lot of assets,” says Angela. “Even one conversation is enough to get them to start thinking about what will work out for them best.”


    Before embarking on a career in financial planning, Angela had been a computer programmer. Today, Angela’s clients tend to be engineers, whom many financial planners consider to be the most difficult and demanding clients.


    “If I can’t explain how the software arrived at certain figures, they won’t believe me,” says Angela. “I don’t have any difficulty with that because I’m the same way.”


    Angela also works with a number of families who have children with special needs. As the mother of a 19-year-old autistic son, Angela can better assist these families, who often struggle with greater living expenses from the fees and costs for different therapies when the child is younger.


    “It takes someone with personal experience to understand what the family of a disabled child is going through,” says Angela. “You spend a lot of money in their early years. I can help them head in the right direction."

  • 00:16

    Organize Your Money Matters

    in Self Help

    I'm not a financial planner, accountant or insurance agent, but I do manage my budget so that I can pay my bills on time. I also have money for emergencies and for the future. How about you?


    Money management is not instinctive to everyone. In this episode, I talk about three keys to getting your finances organized. You will learn various ways to create systems that help you allocate your financial resources more easily.


    I cover options for people who want everything to be as electronic as possible as well as ways for paper-and-pencils listeners to be more organized with their finances.


    Adults will always be responsible for their money, but it doesn't have to be time-consuming or overwhelming.


    Listeners will be able to apply one tip immediately!

  • 01:58

    Ohio State enters CFP; TCU misses; FSU; RQ's; Kids Club; (12-09-14)

    in Sports

    This week: We recap the College Football Conference Championship games and look at the upcoming College Football Playoff in January.   Ohio State dominates Wisconsin for the Big Ten.  Florida State fends off Georgia Tech in a thriller for the ACC.  Oregon blasts away Arizona for the Pac 12.  Both TCU and Baylor get looked over for Ohio State despite co-winning the Big 12.  A most eventful College Football Weekend is our story of the night PLUS, we lead off with "Random Questions" with Kevin on the Cape, as holiday season takes full swing.

  • 02:33

    The Shakedown Sports Talk Show

    in Sports

    On todays broadcast of The Shakedown Show we will talk about the rumors of who will be the New York Giants next defensive coordinator and also the CFP Championship game that was played last night with Ohio State beating Oregon for the Championship. That and a whole lot more so stay tuned. To join in the conversation and voice your opinion please call (929) 477-2686 or #dashakedown on twitter.

  • 02:08

    ND Fan Radio: Vol.24 *Northwestern Week, Golson/Zaire, CFP Rankings #3*

    in Sports

    I assume the QB debate will linger on as we discuss Notre Dame's remaining season outlook starting with the Northwestern wildcats.

  • 00:27

    The Ac Report: Handicapping Week 19 (01.10.15) of the football season

    in Football

    This week, I'll discuss bitcoin and how virtual currency can affect the world of betting on sports.   Next, I'll handicap the rest of the bowl games, including the championship game, and the NFL Playoffs, as well as give some tidbits of information on things you may have missed and that the sportsbooks don't want you to know. Be sure to take advantage of my weekly specials for the rest of the football season, only $25 www.acdinero.com/accessplans.  We  are hitting over 58% in the NFL this season

  • 01:57

    MAD Sports Radio Episode 88

    in Sports

    MAD Sports Radio breaks down the College Football National Championship and what it means for the future of college football. Plus, a breakdown of the NFL conference championship games. Dont miss it!!

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