Episode 178: On this week's episode, find out how you stack up against the rest of America's workforce when it comes to retirement issues. Also, if you're toying with the idea of owning a second home, be sure and listen to the Money Doctors' advice before you sign on the dotted line!
Episode 177: Are your kids financially literate? Learn what they should know about money before they leave the nest. Also on this week's podcast, the Money Doctors will take a look at the long and short-term effects of rising interest rates on the markets.
Episode 175: Want better service? This week on MoneyMD, learn what NOT to say when you're speaking with a customer service rep. Also, hear some valuable giving strategies that will enable you to be more generous while paying less taxes.
Episode 174: Trying to decide when to retire and how that might affect your Social Security payout? This week's podcast is for you! Also, learn how a Health Savings Account may allow you to fully fund your medical expenses in retirement, totally tax free!
Episode 172: This week the Money Doctors will tell you what to watch out for when you are planning your retirement date. They'll also warn you about six common home repair mistakes that can eat a big chunk out of your savings.
Episode 171: Listen to this week's episode to find out why financial literacy is important and how you compare to the rest of America. Also, learn about the new "gig economy" and how it may affect your golden years.
Episode 170: We all have what we consider to be excellent excuses for our underwhelming savings. This week the Money Doctors will take a look at the psychology behind those excuses, and then suggest solutions to help you make some rewarding changes. Also, John and Steve take a look at the track records of both active and passive investing strategies.
Episode 169: On this week's podcast, Steve and John will discuss the Westinghouse bankruptcy and its implications for your investment strategy. Also, you'll learn how to avoid trendy investment techniques by sticking with ten prudent strategies that will help you avoid the pain of learning from your mistakes.