Cindy Waley of Avery Hall Benefit Solutions updates the best ways to register for Affordable Health Care; author Howard Hook explains the dangers of setting retirement goals too high; and James Lander of Military Saves says February is a good month to save.
Psychiatrist Lise VanSusteren says in the wake of Malaysian Flight 370 better to lose your non-refundable dollars than force your frightened child on an airplane. Legg Mason 19s John Kenney explains why grandparents are cracking their retirement nesteggs to educate their grandkids.
Guests: Author Dana Manciagli says 'Cut The Crap' pay your taxes on time and get a job! ; Martee Pierson, Diversity - Spanish Speaking Programs Director, encourages both English and Spanish speaking audiences to appreciate each other.
Guests: Director Susan Sharkey from N.E.F.E.says April is National Financial Literacy Month and what it should mean to you; Kiplingers Editor Kathy Kristoff says it's o.k. to let your 'Pot' stock go up in smoke!
Guests: Eric Smith, spokesperson from the "IRS" updates what you need to know to file your 2013 taxes by April 15th! Sandra Block, Senior Associate Editor at Kiplinger Personal Finance says you can save a bundle or your taxes legally ...if you know how!
Guests: Kimberly Mogilevsky noted teacher discusses the new classroom and what you should know about the impact of new technology. Stella Nsong, nurse practitioner says sooner or later we all become caregivers and the three important things you should know!
Guests: Author Kimberly Foss explains how to be wealthy by design through his five-step plan. Investor Lawrence Carrel says if you don't know what an E.T.F. is, you might be losing money in the marketplace.
Guests: Director Susan Weinstock, Pew Charitable Trusts, explains the positive use of prepaid cards instead of your debt or credit card. Editor Jessica Anderson from Kiplinger Personal takes us to get the best deal on a new or used car. Things you should know before you go!
Guests: Gail Cunningham, VP National Foundation for Credit Counseling explains how debt could spoil your 2014 budget plans. Kiplinger Editor Lisa Gerstner says the art of 'proper' complaint determines your success in getting your money back!