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The Department of Labor has released new rules for brokers and financial advisors when it comes to the advice they give their clients. They've done so in the hope that it will put the clients best interests first. Today, we will discuss the new guidelines, along with other useful financial planning advice and news with personal finance expert, Jonathan Pond.        

Retirement Advice from Jane Bryant Quinn

Feb 5, 2016
Simon & Schuster

10 a.m. 

With the Dow dropping nearly four hundred points, 2016 has had the worst start to a year on record. Such news puts added stress on those already wondering how they are going to save enough for a comfortable retirement. This hour we will talk to veteran financial expert, Jane Bryant Quinn, who has written a new book detailing how to create  smart saving and investment habits for a secure retirement. 

Retirement Advice from Jane Bryant Quinn

Jan 11, 2016
Simon & Schuster

With the Dow dropping nearly four hundred points, 2016 has had the worst start to a year on record. Such news puts added stress on those already wondering how they are going to save enough for a comfortable retirement. This hour we will talk to veteran financial expert, Jane Bryant Quinn, who has written a new book detailing how to create  smart saving and investment habits for a secure retirement. 

Financial Advice with Jonathan Pond

Oct 23, 2015
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According to the Institute of College Access and Success, the average student now graduates with $30,000 in loans. The personal savings rate has been on the decline for the past 30 years, and nearly one-third of Americans will delay retirement savings to help their college-age children. By 2030, many Americans over the age of 65 will have outlived their savings accounts. 

Financial Advice with Jonathan Pond

Oct 22, 2015
Flickr

According to the Institute of College Access and Success, the average student now graduates with $30,000 in loans. The personal savings rate has been on the decline for the past 30 years, and nearly one-third of Americans will delay retirement savings to help their college-age children. By 2030, many Americans over the age of 65 will have outlived their savings accounts. 

Financial Advice with Jonathan Pond

Oct 15, 2015

According to the Institute of College Access and Success, the average student now graduates with $30,000 in loans. The personal savings rate has been on the decline for the past 30 years, and nearly one-third of Americans will delay retirement savings to help their college-age children. By 2030, many Americans over the age of 65 will have outlived their savings accounts. 

Financial Advice with Jonathan Pond

Oct 15, 2015
Flickr

According to the Institute of College Access and Success, the average student now graduates with $30,000 in loans. The personal savings rate has been on the decline for the past 30 years, and nearly one-third of Americans will delay retirement savings to help their college-age children. By 2030, many Americans over the age of 65 will have outlived their savings accounts. 

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