Episode 404: Nellie Cutler

Nellie Cutler

At Home & Family Finance Radio, we’ve always got time for kids. Today we’re joined by Nellie Gonzalez Cutler, editor of Time Inc’s Time for Kids Magazine. Targeted directly at the nation’s fourth and fifth graders, the magazine is designed to fill the financial gaps now existing in our schools. Nellie discusses her mission with host Paul Berry and NBC financial editor Jean Chatzky.

Original Air Date: February 22, 2015

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Episode 403: Alexander Wallin

Alexander Wallin

Alexander Wallin (@wallinex), founder of SprinkleBit, says it ain’t difficult anymore to invest like the big boys – and he has the social platform for you to prove it. Alexander says he’s made financial markets accessible to you, no matter your investment knowledge. HFF Radio has a first look into SprinkleBit’s social investment network.

Original Air Date: February 15, 2015

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Episode 402: James Lander

James Lander

It’s “Military Saves” Week, a great time to remind our men and women in the military to look out for those programs that are designed to help them get into a savings habit. James Lander (@jameslander), Director of Military Saves for the Consumer Federation of America, joins in the discussion about on-base and on-post programs designed to help our military around the world.

Original Air Date: February 8, 2015

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Episode 401: Sarah Potter

Sarah Potter

When it comes to stock and bonds, are you Financially Fit? That’s the question the founder of shecantrade.com asks (and answers) today. Sarah Potter (@shecantrade) will honestly tell you that when she started trading stocks, she knew less than you know right now. But she’s getting richer every day now. She’ll tell you what you need to do to up your stock market game.

Original Air Date: February 1, 2015

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Episode 401: Trey Rider

Trey Rider

Mortgage rates are at an all-time low. What does that mean for you if you’re looking to be a first-time homeowner, or you want to lower your current monthly mortgage payments?   Mortgage banker Trey Rider (@ridermortgage) of Rider Mortgage joins us to explain whether you should hurry up and make that all-important money move. Is it the right time for your home, your family, and your future? Trey has the answers.

Original Air Date: February 1, 2015

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