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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!
Be sure to tune in to listen to California's political musers, Merijoe and Bruce Wyllis.
News from across the state, including some interesting tidbits you won't hear plop out of Antonio Villaraigosa's pie trap.
Jerritol Brown is a loser, join us.
Discussions about broadband and economic development often focus on actions taken after a community launches its network. However, even during broadband planning, right of way (ROW) issues can greatly influence a network's role as an economic engine.
Galen Updike, Broadband Development Manager at the Arizona Department of Administration, is one of over 36 industry influencers attending a special roundtable in D.C. on broadband's economic impact. He describes for listeners details about Arizona's creative approach to developing ROW policies that accelerate broadband deployments.
Updike joins host Craig Settles in Washington where these ROW and other policies ideas will be compiled into a national knowledgebase to benefit communities' broadband efforts. Our Gigabit Nation audience gets a sneak preview of that knowledgebase.
Why would anyone NOT want to have a terrific Tuesday? It beats me but it seems like some folks just aren't happy unless they're unhappy. The one thing you can control, no matter what happens, is your attitude. Here are some events today from the lighter and brighter side of life.like "Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz Day, and Red Neck Racecar Day.
The veteran MAD magazine cartoonist — also known for creating the Groo the Wanderer comic book — drops in on Mr. Media host Bob Andelman. Sergio will discuss his new book, MAD's Greatest Artists, featuring his best work from his 1963 MAD debut up through the present.Find more original interviews @ Mr. Media Radio • Twitter
Author of "Take Stock: A Roadmap to Profiting from your First Walk Down Wall Street," discusses a successful method for investing in common stocks used by more than 5 million amateur investors since 1951...a method so simple that anyone can do it and achieve a better return than the average professional.
This evening, the conversation revolves around why you don't have to lose money when the stock market goes plop! What makes you different from "the herd."
Do you ever get to your office or plop down at your computer and realize that you haven’t had anything to eat all morning? Or run through a fast-food drive through as you rush from one meeting to the next? As a superwoman you need your body to operate at its peak performance level in order to successfully manage your family, business, personal goals and community service commitments. But in order to be successful, your body must get the nutrition that it needs to fuel your dreams. Join me and nutrition expert Lucille Beseler, MS,RD,LD/N,CDE, founder of the Family Nutrition Center of South Florida to how healthy food choices can result in a more energized, focused, successful you tomorrow, Saturday, April 25 at 7 a.m. on Today’s Superwoman.