• 00:40

    The PRF Table: Church and Financial Responsibility

    in Finance

    Episode 67:   This is a continued dialogue about stewardship and what are our actions as church members AND minister/pastors should be as it pertains to financial responsibility in the church. Is it REALLY about control or management?  What do the people inside/outside of the church see from your congregation? ----- Matthew 7:15 - 20 / Titus 1:7


    Hosts: Rev. N. Dunlap, Jr. and Rev. Warren Feaster and Adia Sanders


    Please "LIKE" us and join the discussion on Facebook at Possessions.Resources.Finances

  • 02:17

    Part 2: Fiscal responsibility minus responsibility = Disaster

    in Politics Conservative

    Live at 8AM-11AM EST Monday-Friday 


    Name me one politico who has ever stated, "I do not believe in fiscal responsibility." If there has been anyone who has openly made that statement  we have found the first honest politician (well, at least when it comes to fiscal matters).  Part of every campaign are pronouncements of being a "fiscal conservative".  My first question for all politicos is "What does fiscal responsibility mean?" or "How when you bring fiscal responsibilty to the State of South Carolina or the Federal Budget?" Instant stammering and I will study comments are regurgitated.


    TODAY: Primary focus on Federal Irresponsibility with a smathering of examples of State(s) irresposibilty


    You can join in the conversation live by calling in at 855-236-2486 or create your own conversation in the online ChatRoom. 


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inthepicklebarrel/2015/03/11/fiscal-responsibility-minus-the-responsibility-equals-disaster

  • 02:00

    Fiscal responsibility minus the responsibility equals disaster!

    in Politics Conservative

    Live at 8AM-10AM EST Monday-Friday 


    Name me one politico who has ever stated, "I do not believe in fiscal responsibility." If there has been anyone who has openly made that statement  we have found the first honest politician (well, at least when it comes to fiscal matters).  


    Part of every campaign are pronouncements of being a "fiscal conservative".  My first question for all politicos is "What does fiscal responsibility mean?" or "How when you bring fiscal responsibilty to the State of South Carolina or the Federal Budget?" Instant stammering and I will study comments are regurgitated.


    South Carolina State Treasurer Curtis Loftis, Jr. will be joining us as we gather "In the Pickle Barrel" to discuss fiscal responsibility in light of the various proposals being brought before the SC Legislature. In addition, we will attempt to attach a real definition to the term "Fiscal Responsibility".


    You can join in the conversation live by calling in at 855-236-2486 or create your own conversation in the online ChatRoom. 


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inthepicklebarrel/2015/03/11/fiscal-responsibility-minus-the-responsibility-equals-disaster

  • 00:30

    Financial Resolutions Worth Making

    in Finance

    In this episode, I'll talk about the financial resolutions that are worth making.  We'll discuss how to set SMART goals that motivate you and your family.  We'll discuss savings goals: a fully-funded emergency fund, saving for big purchases, saving for college and retirement.  We'll discuss debt-dumping goals, income goals, and purely fun goals for 2015.

  • 00:30

    Responsibility and Accountability

    in Spirituality

    When we communicate with one another why do we take the information that was shared with us as bad or sad or happy or glad or all those words that we can use? When I am working with someone I can tell just by how they are sharing their life stories with me if they are taking the responsibility and accountability that comes with being in charge of their lives.


    Today we will talk about the relationship between REAL change and your willingness to own your choices

  • 00:29

    The Underbelly of the Financial World

    in Finance

    We all know that there are dangerous financial waters we need to avoid.  Today we'll talk about the worst of the worst, the "Underbelly of the Financial World."  I'll explain why you need to avoid payday lenders like the plague, think twice about title pawning, run away from debt consolidation, and save your money instead of wasting it on lottery tickets.  I'll also share my own (stupid) experiences with all of them!

  • 00:59

    Financial Freedom University : Invest in Yourself

    in Entrepreneur

    "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin 


     


    When it comes to investing, nothing will pay off more than educating yourself. 


    Too many people are spending their time and money on things that may give short term satisifcation, but not long term resuts.


    Tune in Thursday's at 6 PM  to hear of ways to start investing in yourself. What are the first steps? How much time are you investing in your financial future? Also listen in, to hear about the latest financial news going on around the world.


    See you in class!


     

  • 01:13

    Financial Freedom University

    in Entrepreneur

     


    Fresh off the State of the Union 2015, President Obama brought up many key financial issues that need to be addressed in this world. 


    This is one of the KEY aspects my show is focused on...


    Financial Freedom University is the free school of education filled with an array of topics that were not taught in school . Important topics like taxes , budgeting , time management , finances, debt management , personal development  , health wellness , and  more  important topics. . Financial freedom is much more than having money. It’s the freedom to be who you really are and do what you really want in life.


    I teamed up with the popular "The Nikki Rich Show Network ", where we plan on helping people get their visions across to the masses and take over 2015.  This season stay tuned in for entrepreneurs,  celebrities, entertainers, business owners , artists and everyone interested in spreading financial awareness to the masses while pursing their dream.


    Learn about who I am as a female entrepreneur , find out about my goals/visions,  and my path to financial freedom. More importantly tune in to hear how I aspire to change hundreds of people's lives this year and take them on a path to financial freedom.

  • 01:00

    Financial Freedom University : Day 2

    in Entrepreneur

    Tune in this Thursday to hear the next subject on Financial Freedom University: The latest College News 


    From tuition hikes in California UC systems for the next 5 years, how student debt now surpasses 1.3 trillion,   why only 14 percent of Americans with federal student loans are enrolled in government plans that allow them to lower their payments , and most importantly hear about ways to help relief the student loans , pay off those loans and set up a financial plan to get you on the right track to financial freedom.


    Also hear from some of my #FreedomLeaders with their thoughts of what it means to be financially free !


    Have your notepads ready!


     


     

  • 00:28

    Financial Balance

    in Business

    On March 4, my guest will be Noal Goldfarb from National Financial Network, LLC.  He advises individuals, families and businesses on how to obtain financial balance by challenging conventional wisdom.  He helps people who are very busy with their careers and personal lives organize their financial lives. Noal educates his clients on  how to build comprehensive holistic uncommon financial strategies with the goal that they are better protected from loss entering their balance sheet. 


    Noal ‘s career in finance began over 25 years ago after earning a BS in Finance and Information Systems from the State University of New York at Buffalo.  While managing an international equity portfolio at Mackay Shields, he earned his MS in Investment Management at Pace University and shortly thereafter obtained his Chartered Financial Analyst designation from the Association of Investment Management and Research.   He is currently on schedule to add a new designation to his credit, The RICP, Retirement Income Certified Professional, offered by the American College.  As a financial professional with 10 years of experience, he has skills in investment management along with a sound philosophy of building a strong foundation of protection and dedicated himself to helping his clients understand how the macro-economic strategies he created helps them eliminate the 5 major risks that face them in life and retirement: Longevity Risk, Inflation Risk, Market Risk, Sequence of Return Risks, and Taxes. 

  • 01:00

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