Episode 388: Ric Edelman

Edelman Financial Portraits

Sometimes it’s up and sometimes it’s down, but the stock market is always interesting. We asked Ric Edelman (@ricedelman), founder and CEO of Edelman Financial Services, what you should do when the market is volatile. His answer? Forget about it! Let the market move up or down, stay in it for the long haul, and you will win!

Original Air Date: November 2, 2014

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Episode 388: Sandra Block

Sandra Block

Kiplinger Magazine Senior Associate Editor Sandra Block (@sandyblock) is at it again, trying to save you money by explaining the right ways to borrow for college. Sandra says it is not too early to plan, but plan in a sensible and money-saving way so you pick the right loan programs if you need a loan.  And be careful about selecting  the right school – not only for your student, but for your budget.

Original Air Date: November 2, 2014

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Episode 385: Jane Whitfield

Jane Whitfield

Servicemembers are coming home from many dangerous parts of the world. PenFed Foundation President and CEO Jane Whitfield (@JaneWhitfield) joins in the conversation with Arty Arteaga, President and CEO of HFF Radio Presenting Sponsor the Defense Credit Union Council, to explain what they will face and how you can help.

Original Air Date: June 22, 2014

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Episode 384: Gene W. Kelley

Gene W Kelly

Author Gene W. Kelly says you should not go to college – if you want to be successful!  That concept can be found in his book, The College Myth. Before you decide that he’s some kind of nut, listen to his comments on this week’s show. College graduate Talley Berry (@talleyberry) and college senior Babe Berry (@BaBerry24) discuss higher education with Gene, and it makes for some very interesting radio.

Original Air Date: June 1, 2014

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Episode 383: Patricia Seaman

Patricia Seaman

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development recently released the data from its first international financial literacy assessment as part of the PISA test. Patricia (Pat) Seaman, Senior Director of Marketing and Communications for the National Endowment for Financial Education (@NEFE_ORG), joins GFLEC’s Dr. Annamaria Lusardi (@A_Lusardi) to discuss the impact of the findings.

Original Air Date: July 13, 2014

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