Episode 281: Now that you've got all that college money saved in a 529 Plan, hear when and how to put it to use.  John and Steve also clue you in on some very expensive home-buying mistakes.

Episode 276: Don't just let the bank soak up all the extra interest on your cash savings ― learn what types of accounts can actually earn you money! Also hear some pointers on how to determine whether a reverse mortgage is right for you.

Episode 268: Steve and John explain some of the finer points of Social Security so that you can maximize your benefits.  You'll also learn what you need to know about home ownership before you sign on the dotted line!

Episode 181: Should you pay off your mortgage? This week the Money Doctors will explore the best path forward for home buyers planning for retirement. They will also discuss some destructive attitudes that may be sabotaging your financial goals. 

March 1, 2016

02-27-16

  • Your Top 10 Excuses for Making Bad Investment Decisions...
  • Caring for Your Parents AND Your Retirement...
  • Housing Market Insight...
August 15, 2015

8-15-15

  • Your Top 10 Excuses for Making Bad Investment Decisions...
  • The Debt Snowball - FAQs...
  • Is It a Good Time to Sell Your Home?...
July 16, 2014

3-1-14

You may think that a million dollars is way out of your reach, but with a little planning it’s actually a realistic goal for most people.  Interested? Listen to Steve and John as they give you 5 practical steps you can take to make that dream come true. And then, you can insure just about anything these days, from your home to your identity, and you can spend just about any amount of money on that insurance. What should you insure?  How much insurance is necessary? Join John and Steve as they discuss the purpose of insurance and give some guidelines you can use to answer those questions. Mortgages are cheaper than ever, leading many of us to look at the possibility of refinancing our homes. Is that a good idea? John and Steve will ask you 3 questions to help you decide if refinancing is a good option for you.

 

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