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We're welcoming Jen from People I want to Punch in the Throat and author of "I Just Want to Pee Alone" which delves into life and motherhood. The book description states, "Motherhood is the toughest - and funniest - job you'll ever love. Raising kids is hard work. The pay sucks, your boss is a tyrant, and the working conditions are pitiful."
We're going to dish some funny mom stories and I'm sure Jackie and Jen will let us know what they think about the Elf on the Shelf mommas (me included!)
Next we have Scott Halliwell from USAA joining us to discuss 529 College Savings Day, investment advice and accounts for your child's future. My favorite? Anyone can deposit to them, i.e. grandparents! Instead of a million McDonald toys and crap from the dollar store, they can actually contribute to their future! Brilliant!!
Anne Miller one of America's foremost experts in building better communications Bill Thomas, an expert on Health Savings Accounts and all things dealing with healthcare benefits
This show is going to be a continuation of Wednesday's show about savings. On Wednesday's show, Debbi talked about how to save with your fixed expenses. This show will continue with how to save with your discretionary expenses. The "Ask Debbi" question will be about a spending journal, why to do one and how. If you have a savings idea that you would like to share, contact Debbi at www.facebook.com/abcsofpersonalfinance or at www.abcsofpersonalfinance.
A large and growing share of American workers are tapping their retirement savings accounts for nonretirement needs, raising broad questions about the effectiveness of one of the most important savings vehicles for old age. Reportedly, more than one in four American workers with 401(k) and other retirement savings accounts use them to pay current expenses. The withdrawals, cash-outs and loans drain nearly a quarter of the $293 billion that workers and employers deposit into the accounts each y
Bob will talk about insurance savings of all kinds including auto, home, disability, life. Bob will have an expert insurance broker who will help navigate understanding the best options out there. This is a call in show and we would love to hear from you.
In the second broadcast of American Home, host Gretchen Olson discusses common sense savings in the from of good old fashioned "stewardship." Along with the headlines that affect households, we'll contrast voluntary thrift with forced compliance, and think about garden planning for the coming growing season.
My guest will be Barry Korn . Barry is a Chartered Financial Analyst with over 30 years of direct lending and consulting experience. As Founder and Managing Director of Barrett Capital Corporation, he is responsible for and oversees client relationships and assignments. Barrett is a banking and financial consulting firm, specializing in debt and equity placement with an emphasis on asset based financing. It maintains strategic relationships with a number of bank and non-bank lenders, private equity sources and consultants in order to offer a complete range of corporate and real estate financing options and advisory services. Barrett Capital, which has owned and managed in excess of $125 million of loans, leases and real estate, serves small and middle market companies. With respect to its niche in real estate finance, Barrett Capital focuses on financing energy efficiency upgrade contracts.
Prior to founding Barrett, Barry was Vice President of Webster Business Credit Corporation; the asset based lending division of Webster Bank, and at New York City-based Sterling National Bank. He is a founding Board Member and President of Energy Infotech NYC, Inc., a not-for-profit, established to leverage NYC’s unique capabilities in information technology, internet applications, media, and finance and to foster a leading innovation ecosystem to position New York City as a global leader at the intersection of IT and clean tech. He also serves as a Board Member of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) New York Chapter and is a Vice President and Chair of its Sponsorship Committee.
Lisa Carlson, Executive Director of Funeral Ethics Organization will talk about ways to save money on funerals that most people don't know about. For example, people can actually in all but 8 states handle a funeral without a funeral director. I promise this show to be enlightening and helpful. This is a call in show, so we would love for you to join the conversation.
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