This Week: February 24th, 2015
This week’s show was devoted to the Wisconsin Public Radio Winter Membership Drive. We discussed the issue of long term care, and offered a copy of the brand new On Your Money Mini Money Booklet “Covering Long Term Care Costs” to those who pledged at any dollar amount.
Our goal was an ambitious 450 pledges during the hour, but once again, On Your Money listeners blew that standard up. 663 people pledged during the hour, a figure that is likely a record for Wisconsin Public Radio. Thank you so much for all of your support!
Some of the websites we mentioned on this week’s show:
Because we reached and beat our goal, next week’s show will be devoted entirely to answering your questions. Send them in at [email protected], or you can call the show at 800.642.1234 on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Central time.
That's all for now. Send your questions and comments to [email protected], contact me directly at [email protected], or use our online contact form. Until next time...
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Previous Journal Entries
We reunited to discuss how your aging brain may make you less tolerant of risk, the latest on Wisconsin’s effort to combat tax return fraud, new rules on IRA rollovers, and why it’s time to shop around for car insurance.
John Munson filled in for Joy Cardin. We discussed stressing out about money, some good money books, cutting your tax bill, and ways to get your taxes filed.
We discussed the need to keep your tires inflated to the proper level, should (or shouldn’t) you warm up your car before you hit the road, new numbers from the IRS, and some ways to save time, money, and calories at the supermarket.