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This Week: July 31st, 2018

We addressed issues faced by adults of a certain age (as they say). We covered getting ready to retire, figuring out how much you can spend in retirement, when to take Social Security, and whether or not you should buy long term care insurance.

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This Week: July 28th, 2018

We continued the countdown to the final episode of On Your Money by addressing issues faced by middle-aged adults. We covered saving and paying for college, saving for retirement, and protecting yourself and your family from financial fraud.

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This Week: June 26th, 2018

We discussed the death of the fiduciary rule, deducting mortgage interest under the new rules, and retailers cracking down on chronic (or fraudulent) returners.

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This Week: June 5th, 2018

We discussed what would-be investors can learn from recent scams, paying off the mortgage or keeping savings safe, saving money on this year’s tax bill, and whether one should start, continue, or cancel an Amazon Prime membership.

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This Week: May 29th, 2018

We discussed why the IRS wants you to check the withholding from your checks, Series I savings bonds, and saving money while saving your skin from the sun.

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This Week: May 22nd, 2018

We discussed psychological tips for improving your financial situation, paying for nursing home costs, money tips for new college graduates, and saving money on gas.

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This Week: May 19th, 2018

We discussed the opportunities and pitfalls of retailers closing, the Wisconsin child tax credit, clarification on tax-free payments of investment management fees, and spring cleaning for your pile of financial documents.

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This Week: May 5th, 2018

We discussed the opportunities and pitfalls of leasing a vehicle, when to take Social Security, saving money for kids, and getting a financial plan when you’re a young couple.

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This Week: April 24th, 2018

We discussed why borrowing to buy a car may be better than paying cash, how young adults should increase their life insurance, and how to figure out how much money you need to retire (and how much you can spend once you’re retired).

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This Week: April 17th, 2018

We discussed why living in the cheapest area you can stand may be the best way to go. We also talked about gift taxes, replacing your iPhone battery, and new tax rules for deducting home loan interest.

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