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You are invited to join a select group of financial aid, media and industry leaders in a roundtable discussion about how you, as a student, parent, or family member can pay for college in 2008.
Find out where to invest your energy when crafting your financial plan. Too often, investors waste time trying to control things they can't, while ignoring ways they can improve their financial plan. Learn what you can do that can most impact whether you reach your financial goals. Get ready to dig deeper into your financial plan!
Join us as we launch our new format! Learn about the high cost of annuities; our Charitable Giving in 2015 event on April 1, 2015; and our consumer and kid's tip of the week. This week's main topic is learning how to make your financial plan focused on what you can control, rather than wasting your energy on things you can't control! Don't miss this opportunity to dig deeper into your financial plan.
When Liberty Aid heard about Joe Ciglers's situation, Joe's home was already foreclosed on. The Sheriff Sale was in less than 10 days of Joe's home. It is really hard to paint a more bleak picture of someone that was for sure going to lose their home than Joe. But that all changed when Joe started working with Liberty Aid.
This long saga, still in process, about how Joe remains in his home and what his struggle has been like is what the focus of this episode is about. This is real life and a real courageous man who saved his home and how the continuing struggle goes. The thing of it is now though, the shoe is on the other foor and Joe is hunting the banksters instead of the other way around.
This is a special segment of Evolve Quest, sponsored by Liberty Aid, the only non profit that guarantees your debt will be removed, that shows what is behind all the banking lies first hand from someone removing their debt successfully. Feel free to call in and ask anything that comes to mind.
The average college student graduates with over $33,000 in student loan debt. Many Americans accept this as being inevitable if they want a college degree. In today's episode, we'll discuss ways to get an education with as little debt as possible! Email questions about student loans before the show to Christine@ChristineLuken.com and we'll answer them on the air.
"With God all things are possible" Mt 19:26 We've all heard it and likely prayed it a zillion times for various things throughout our life. In finance, I find that its easy for emotions to get mixed up around what to pray for. There is often a fear of praying for money because of concerns it might seem like idolotry. There is also an unfortunte perception that praying for finances could be perceived as selfish. Whatever the reason, the reality is that money has a tendency to create emotional and mental blockages even before we pray. Instead we end up 'hoping' for a windfall or increase, and financial blessing. This kind of hope isn't the same as the hope we have in the Lord, because it's coming from a place of lack, not of abundance.
Yet God does care about your finances and we have biblical example, after biblical example of His infinite provision. So what do you do? How do you pray for finances? God isn't a giant genie that if you pray a particular way He'll pour out gold into your life, but He does give us seed to produce fruit and an abundant harvest when we seek Him with all our heart.
Join me this week as I share an amazing story and the practical strategies that saw God move in a mighty financial way.
Changing thousands of people lives has been my mission and vision since I started my radio career in November . BACK from a spring break at 7 pm PST. Learn how working full time I was able to in 3 months give myself an 8k raise in my part time business ,which in the next month is going to increase to another 20k.
Find. Grow. Keep that is the motto to follow in order to be financially fit. Learn about the financial market, financial News and more!!
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Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live discussed the challenges, risk and benefits for the student athlete that decides to become a college walk-on with with Rick Allen, Founder and CEO Informed Athlete (IA).
Rick Allen was one of the first full time NCAA compliance directors in the country. He worked on-campus at two major Division I universities for over 25 years before transitioning to consulting with athletic departments around the country. Because of his many years of hands-on experience working with and interpreting the NCAA rules, he has a thorough understanding of how they work, how they are implemented, and how they overlap. He explains the rules in a way that helps parents and athletes thoroughly understand what the rules mean and how they apply to their unique situation.
His credentials include:
25+ years experience working directly with NCAA compliance rules and procedures at two major DI Universities.
Current member, past President and board member of National Association for Athletic Compliance.
Conducts compliance reviews at athletic departments of NCAA member institutions throughout the U.S.
Consults with NAIA schools transitioning to NCAA membership.
Consults on compliance rules and issues with private companies who provide services to athletes and/or NCAA member institutions throughout the U.S.
Stays current with NCAA, NAIA, and NCJAA recruiting, eligibility, scholarship, and transfer trends, practices, and rules.
Carl Richards is a certified financial planner and a columnist for the New York Times. His weekly column, Sketch Guy, has run every Monday for the last five years. Carl has also recently released the One Page Financial Plan and joins us on the Midday Money Show to talk simplicity when it comes to planning your financial future.
Visit our site, www.debtfreedivas.org, to view the show notes for this episode.
Pennhurst Home for the Feeble Minded and Epileptic first opened it's doors in 1908, and later became known as Pennhurst State School. While originally started with good intentions, it spiraled downwards into an overcrowded, understaffed, and hidden away location, where those deemed mentally unfit by the courts, or dropped off by their families, could be hidden from the eyes of society. Pennhurst was closed in 1987, after the courts found it to be negligent in the caring of the mentally ill, and in fact detrimental to their well being. Now, it stands as a silent tribute to times best forgotten, but haunted with residents who locked away in life, continue to be locked away after death. Tonight, Mara Ciervo will join with us: nn expert on Pennhurst, she will discuss this incredible location, as well as its resident haunts. Are you ready to enter the Asylum?
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Financial elder abuse is on the rise in California. People are living longer due to advances in science, medicine, health, fitness and nutrition. At the same time, "seniors" (those over 65 years of age - which is still relatively "young" if you think about it) are some of the sole survivors of the "mortgage meltdown" and they are oftens the victims of financial fraud and "elder abuse." This husband and wife podcast discusses what elder abuse is, how to spot it, and the types of legal claims we handle as a California financial elder abuse law firm.
Common perpetrators of financial elder abuse
1. Attorneys (these professionals are in a position of "trust" and "confidence" and can unduly influence, coerce, misinform and cause seniors to make very bad financial decisions that can affect real estate, and stock portfolios). Attorney malpractice is another common claim in this area. We have seen "counseling" that has resulted in the loss of substantial equity in residential and commercial real estate estate.
2. Car dealerships (Car dealerships can try to "steal your trade" or engage in "bait and swtich advertising" or sock you away in a car loan that
5. Family (kids who see their parents as easy targets).
6. Mortgage brokers (lenders and loan officers can sock a senior away - and take exorbitant loan fees - to steer an elder into an unconscionable predatory loan (ex. a negative amrotization or "option arm loan") or fail to advise as to the advisability (or non-advisablity) of a reverse mortgage. These fees can be "taken" in bad faith resulting in serious daamges to an elder.
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