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  • 01:54

    Financial Literacy: Part 4 - Aboriginal Financial Solutions

    in Real Estate

    Welcome to another installment of "It's My House". On today's podcast the CEO of Aborignal Financial Solutions is back for Part # 4 of his "Financial Literacy Series".   Make sure that you have plenty of paper or available materials to take notes.


    In addition, feel free to call in and ask any questions that you may have.  Call the LIVE STREAM # 619-768-2945


    Visit our website @ itsmyhouseradio.wordpress.com


    Listen to "It's My House Radio' by calling 712-432-8863.


    Thankyou for listening to "It's My House Radio".

  • 00:02

    Planning your Financial Future

    in Finance

    Helping you Find Your Financial Voice


     


     


    Anita R Johnson, Financial Psychologist 

  • 00:02

    Finding Your Financial Voice

    in Finance

    Financial Mindset + Financial Knowledge + Financial Power= Your Financial Voice

  • 00:15

    Jack Wang - Longhorn Financial

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Jack Wang from Longhorn Financial. Longhorn Financial is helping regular working families save without spending less, build a solid foundation, and grow their money safely.Please visit their Facebook page to learn more https://www.facebook.com/longhornfin


    To learn more about the Friends of Kevin Networking Group please visit their website at http://friendsofkevin.com

  • 00:49

    Financial Wellness & Digital Health

    in Business

    On this week's program, hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field welcome two guests to the program to cover financial wellness, digital health tools and more. In the show's opening 10 minutes, the hosts discuss highlights of the upcoming Private Exchange FORUM conference program.


    The first guest is Denise Winston, founder of Money Starts Here, a financial education company. Most of us are no strangers to financial worries, especially in today’s economy. In the workplace, however, there’s a growing concern that needs addressing: the impact of financially stressed employees on their employers. The harsh reality is that the majority of working Americans are already living paycheck to paycheck, and it’s about to get worse. Unfortunately, due to the ACA, many employers have seen huge increases in their health care premiums and have no other option except to shift more of those health care costs onto their already financially stressed employees. In this segment, Denise and the hosts will take a look at what monetary worries will do to an employee’s quality of life -- and how that impacts a company’s bottom line.


    The second guest is Paul Ketchel, CEO of MDsave. As an ever-growing number of patient-consumers begin to feel the impact of their high-deductible plans, January is an appropriate time to take a fresh look at new and emerging tools and solutions that address the "consumerization" of health care. In this conversation with Paul Ketchel, the CEO of digital health care startup MDsave, we will take a look at what solutions are offered directly to consumers today, through their current insurance carriers and through their employers. It is well understood that the cost burden of health care is shifting to the consumer. What is not understood are the current options for mitigating that cost burden without compromising on care.

  • 01:53

    Financial Literacy Part 3: Aborignal Financial Solutions = Khonshu Sheshmu Amun

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House"  we are on "Financial Literacy" Part 3 with Khonsu Sheshmu Amun.  Khonsu is the CEO of Aboriginal Financial Solutions.  If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please call into our LIVE STREAM podcast to get in on the conversation.


    Above all.make sure that you have plenty of materials together to TAKE NOTES.  You will learn much


    Visit our website @ itsmyhouseradio.wordpress.com


    Call to listen to Its My House Radio @ 712-432-8863


    Thankyou for listening to It;s My House Radio everyday........thanks AGAIN.

  • 01:01

    LaToya Rose, Financial Wellness Coach

    in Lifestyle

    LaToya Rose is the Executive Director of LR International. She has been a Financial Wellness Coach for ten (10) plus years and strives to empower individuals and businesses to create wealth and profits. She is Certified as a Tax Accountant, Financial Specialist, and Transitional Life Coach.


    Currently, LaToya Rose conducts seminars and workshops for corporations, community organizations, and individuals in the areas of financial, life, and business management. The seminars and workshops include: Too Legit to Quit: Small Business Profits, Financial First Aid Intensive Clinic, Creating Wealth and Improving Financial Health; Transitioning like a B.O.S.S., The Glass is Half Full training, Financing Your Education: Scholarships and Grants Edition, and other special topics related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and suicide awareness.


    LaToya Rose is offering a no-cost discovery call for our listeners and a $50 credit to use towards the purchase of her products and services.


    Follow @SpeakLaToyaRose on social media, like her fan page on Facebook, and join her on Periscope for her Manifest Greatness Morning Boast (#MGMB). 


    Contact Latoya at: http://meetme.so/LaToyaRose.


    And, as always, you can reach the Host, Kristine Burke, at CoachKris@me.com.

  • 01:03

    First 10 Steps To Take In Order To Become A Virtual Assistant

    in Training

    Alyssa Avant is an author, speaker, virtual assistant and virtual assistant coach. She has 8 years of experience working from home. Alyssa is the author of FaithLeaps: The Christian Mom’s Guide to Passion, Purpose and Profits and FaithLeaps: The Christian Mom's Guide to Starting a Virtual Assistant Business. She is a wife and mom of three. Alyssa and her family call the Deep South home. 


    Over eight years ago, Alyssa began the journey of creating a business that would allow her to be at home with her children and contribute consistently to her family’s finances. During the days when Alyssa’s children were babies and toddlers, she earned diaper money. As they grew, she earned money for groceries. At present, her income pays for their private school tuition each month. 


    In this segment Alyssa will share with you the first 10 steps she encourages anyone to take in order to become a virtual assistant. You’ll be so excited when you begin earning an income that will be a blessing to your family while being able to serve and assist business owners as well. 


    You won't want to miss all of the tips Alyssa will be sharing to get your virtual assistant business up and running in no time! 

  • 01:36

    Financial Planning

    in Religion

    Special guest speaker Damon "Amin" Meadows will be speaking with us regarding financial planning.

  • 00:31

    Financial Peace - Eliminate Credit Cards

    in Finance

    Credit has become the modern-day shackles that enslave many people, from Beverly Hills to Boc Raton.  Our debt level and our lack of savings make the nine-to-five job mandatory.  Between our mortgages, car payments and credit card debts, we can't afford to quit. We are minimizing our lives and financial potential by making minimum credit card payments.


    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss why cash is better than credit and how to break your credit card addiction.


    Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.

  • 00:30

    Is it all about the average rate of return?

    in Finance

    Have you ever noticed whenever someone is selling you a financial product, the salesperson is always telling you about the average rate of return?  Well, one day I decided to do some research to see if I should allow the average rate of return be a key indicator for my decision in choosing a product.