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This Week: March 13th, 2018

We discussed how much income it takes to make you happy, what to do when a family member doesn’t pay on a loan you co-signed, the April 1st deadline for some IRA RMDs, and saving money at the movies.

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This Week: March 10th, 2018

We thanked you for your generous donations made during last week’s Wisconsin Public Radio Membership Drive. Over 500 listeners donated a total of over $20,000! We demonstrated our gratitude by devoting the entire hour to answering your questions.

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This Week: February 20th, 2018

We devoted the entire show to discussing “Covering College Costs”, which is also the title of the On Your Money Mini-Money Booklet that we gave away to everyone who pledged ANY dollar amount during the show. Don’t worry if you missed it—you can still pledge at noon Central on Saturday February 24th to get your copy.

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This Week: January 30th, 2018

We discussed ways to stick to your New Year’s resolutions, how well a 35 year old is doing financially, making an IRA or Roth IRA contribution, and shopping around for an online bank.

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This Week: January 9th, 2018

We discussed new numbers for the new year, deciding between saving money and paying off student loans, and taking care of your credit card debt after the holidays.

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This Week: January 2nd, 2018

We discussed the new tax laws, “stress testing” your portfolio, how changes to the tax law may affect you, and what to do with the gift cards you received over the holidays.

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This Week: December 12th, 2017

We recapped the results from our membership drive show last week, and for the year. During last week’s show (and the Saturday repeat) 662 people pledged a total of $37,196!!

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This Week: November 28th, 2017

We discussed the ways to get the most happiness from spending (hint: it’s not on “stuff”). We also talked about the public student loan forgiveness program, converting IRAs to Roth IRAs, and giving something besides “stuff” for the holidays.

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