Home And Family Finance
H&FF - Show 382 - Sept 21, 201409/17/14
COO Brady Granier, BioCorRx; Author Michael Smith, "The Supplement Pyramid"
Can You Live Without Credit?
A new survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling says one in five Americans cannot maintain their lifestyle without the use of credit! Are you that fifth person and how to tell from Gail Cunningham, VP of Communications for NFCC.
Saving When You're Traveling
As the fall season gets underway, many Americans decide this is the right time to travel overseas and Rachel Sheedy, managing editor for Kiplinger's Retirement Report says you can save money with the exchange of currency!
H&FF - Show 381 - Sept 14, 2014
Guests: Rachel Sheedy, Managing Editor, "Kiplinger's Retirement Report"; Gail Cunningham, VP Comm., National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
Helping Seniors Keep What Matters Most
Have you heard about the Federal Trade Commission's Pass It On campaign, designed to help the seniors in your life to hold on to what is valuable and dear to them. FTC Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen has the information that could be the difference...
50 Ways to Save on Health Care
Could there really be fifty ways to save on Healthcare in America? If so, how many are you missing out on, the question we put to Kiplinger online editor Kim Lankford. She really does know them all and shares that knowledge for your benefit.
Three Important Things To Know About Being a Caregiver
Stella Nsong, nurse practitioner, says sooner or later we all become caregivers. She presents the three important things you should know.
New Technology in the Classroom
Kimberly Mogilevsky, noted teacher, discusses the new classroom and what you should know about the impact of new technology.
Grandparents and the Costs of Educating the Grandkids
Legg Mason's John Kenney explains why grandparents are cracking their retirement nest eggs to educate their grandkids.
Children and Their Fear of Flying
Psychiatrist Lise Van Susteren says it's better to lose your non-refundable dollars than force your frightened child on an airplane in the wake of the Malaysian Airlines tragedy.
H&FF - Show 380 - Sept 7, 2014
Guests: Kim Lankford, Kiplinger Online; Maureen K Ohlhausen, Commissioner FTC
Adjusting to Common Core
As the 2014 new school year starts, educational expert Kim Mogilevsky comes back to explain what your child must do as part of the new Common Core State Standards and explains the new technology in your child's classroom.
How the Poor Can Save America
Operation Hope Chairman John Hope Bryant, author of the new book "How the Poor Can Save America" is our guest and delivers a brilliant essay on the importance of including the poor in the effort to re-energize the stalled American economy.
H&FF - Show 379 - Aug 31, 2014
Guests: John Hope Bryant; Kimberly Mogilevsky
H&FF - Show 378(R) - August 24, 2014
Repeat of March 9 2014 Program; 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; the three...
H&FF - Show 377(R) - Aug 16-17 2014
(Repeat of Apr 13 Show) Psychiatrist Lise Van Susteren says it 19s better to lose your non-refundable dollars than force your frightened child on an airplane in the wake of the Malaysia Airlines tragedy. Legg Mason 19s John Kenney explains why...
H&FF - Show 376 - August 10 2014
Shannon Schuyler, PWC; Susan Garland, Kiplinger
H&FF - Show 375 - August 3, 2014
Fred Coon, "The Hidden Job Market"; Alison Salcedo, Stubhub
H&FF - Show 374 - July 27, 2014
Co-Host Talley Berry; Janet Bodner (Kiplingers)
H&FF - Show 373 - July 20, 2014
Peter Hoegel, D.O.D. Office of Family Policy; Cameron Huddleston, Kiplinger.com
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