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  • 00:29

    Real Wealth with Barbara Stanny - Episode 2

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    Live call-in talk show with financial expert, autho and wealth guru Barbara Stanny.  
    Hosted by Sara Karl, produced by Sophia Haeri.

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    Are You Prepared?

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    Our guest, Karen Parrish, owner and CEO of Journeys by Janine will join us once again to further discuss ways to be prepared when we travel.  With the holiday season approaching, Karen has a wealth of information to share which will help us along the way as we plan and travel to be with our friends and families.
    Join us live tonight at 6:30pm EST to hear the information Karen has to offer.  If you missed Karen on last weeks show, you can check our archived recordings to listen in.  All shows are recorded so you are able to listen to any of our shows at your convenience.
    We are excited to have Karen back with us as we continue our efforts at Financial Coach 4 U to support small business owners. So please tune in!  Have pen and paper with you to take note of some valuable information.
    We appreciated everyone for listening to our show.  Follow our page and leave comments on our page.  If you would like to be a guest on the show, contact Rose Geathers at rose@financialcoach4u.net.  

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    Episode 10: Results of the Summer of Flexnet Model 530x Smart Meter Monitoring

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    Earlier this year, I switched to a Flexnet Smart Meter to see if I could save some dollars by shifting my power consumption.  Here are the results, and what I learned.
    June 2015 Lower by 13.45%
    July 2015 Lower by 10.45%
    August 2015 Lower by 29.05%

  • 00:23

    10 Sports Terms that Help Explain Wall Street

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    These 10 sports terms will help you navigate the often conficted world of investment sales.  Based on Tony's Blog on www.maliceforall.com, we will cover how investors get sidelined.

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    Halloween, Reparacion de Credito 10/30/15

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    En este episodio charlamos un poco sobre lo que es halloween, ideas de disfraces y precuaciones.  
    Tambien nos enfocamos en Reparacion de Credito y concejos para cuidarlo.  10/30/15

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    www.Bigbruhvegas.com is in the buildin'

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    Tune in at 2 to hear from Charlie blue and DJ Asiv
    Introducing new cohost
    Big Bruh Vegas www.Bigbruhvegas.com 
    Hear all about what he is doing and what he has to come this winter and spring. 
    This program is brought to you by www.rtconnects.com 
    Executive Producer Rahshaud Copeland 

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    Fav Show - a Surprise Guest - GMC Media - w Jon and John

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    A surprise guest is in the studio.  A client makes a surprise appearance.
    The Give Me Credit radio show is all about you - helping you understand credit, credit scoring, installment versus revolving debt, the effects of your Financial Life, how to deal with debt collectors, the fraudsters, how to add positive credit and how to build your score.  Most people, including the loan professionals, do not have the correct information to give to their clients.  Credit education in this country is sorely lacking and this is just my attempt to get the correct information out to you, the public.

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    Spooky Season Alert!

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    More than 157 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this year, with eight in 10 millennials saying they are already planning something fun with their friends. Total spending in 2015 will top $6.9 billion, with the average American celebrating planning to spend $74 on decorations, candy, costumes and more.
    Consumers celebrating Halloween plan to spend an average of $27.33 on costumes for the whole family, and a total of $2.5 billion on store-bought, homemade, large and small costumes. Those celebrating will spend the most on adult costumes ($1.2 billion), and will spend a total of $950 million on children’s costumes and $350 million on fashionable and fun costumes for their furry friends. It’s estimated that 68 million Americans will dress up this Halloween and another 20 million pet owners will dress up their pet.
    Nine in 10 (93.7%) Halloween shoppers will buy candy, spending a total of $2.1 billion, and an additional 33.5 percent will buy greeting cards, spending a total of $330 million. Two in five celebrants (44.8%) plan to decorate their home or yard, meaning there’s no question consumers will see their fair share of pumpkins, hay bales and even life-size Minions and black cats strewn across their neighborhoods. The average person planning to buy decorations will spend $20.34 with total spending expected to reach $1.9 billion.
    It’s all big business, but it can also be costly if you are on a tight budget.
    Your Money; Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League and Todd Mark, Navicore Solutions. Plus, we have a wide cadre of guests that join us.
    Each week, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.

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    Coaches Corner Episode 5

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    Hello Financial World!!!
    Welcome to the fifth episode of Coaches Corner! Today we discussed the three F's: Food, Phones, and Fun. Well that's only two F's but you get the point. We also touched briefly on a couple of articles and the recent food industry news from the CDC. So join Coach Dawda and Burnside to gain a financial perspective that may change your life!
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    Second Test of the Broadcast Feature

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    bullet 1 bullet 2 Joshua D. Duvall, CFP® Financial Advisor
    Josh Duvall is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ with extensive experience in the financial industry. He has worked for some of the largest insurance and brokerage companies including LPL Financial and New York Life. During that time, Josh has owned and managed a private financial planning practice as well.
    Josh graduated from Drake University with a Bachelor’s degree in business, and concentrations in finance and marketing. During his time there, he played football for the Bulldogs as a scholarship athlete.
    Josh, his wife Lisa and their daughter enjoy traveling, spending time with relatives and being involved in their local church community.