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This Week: June 20th, 2017

We discussed summer jobs for teens, and what kids should be doing with their time if they aren’t working, and their earnings if they are working. We also had lots of information on finding and choosing a financial planner or advisor, why young adults may want to wait to buy their first home, and saving money on fizzy non-alcoholic drinks.

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This Week: June 6th, 2017

We discussed the new “fiduciary” law, saving money on drinking water, why young adults are having a hard time buying their first home, and when you should leave an old 401k as it is.

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This Week: May 30th, 2017

We offered advice to new college graduates and other young adults. We discussed choosing where to live, managing student loans, and deciding whether to go on to grad school.

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This Week: May 9th, 2017

We thanked you for your support during the recent Membership Drive edition of On Your Money. We devoted the entire hour to answering your questions.

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This Week: April 4th, 2017

We discussed the IRS funding issues, saving for retirement vs. buying a dream home, getting the tax break on Edvest contributions, and big box retailers going out of business.

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This Week: March 28th, 2017

We discussed phone scams, getting rid of private mortgage insurance, deadlines for IRA and Roth IRA contributions (and undoing conversions), and why the growing popularity of leasing vehicles may mean you get a good deal on your next new or gently-used car.

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This Week: March 21st, 2017

We discussed the supposed status of being “Super Busy”, when and how to rebalance a portfolio, getting the best deal on a new or used car, and making sure you take your first RMD from your retirement accounts before the deadline.

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This Week: March 7th, 2017

We discussed tax refunds, whether to fund a Roth IRA or pay off a car loan, the right things to focus on when buying a vehicle, and whether to use a pre-tax retirement savings plan, or the Roth version.

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