In Today’s show Dennis Prout and Shea Petaja will look ahead to 2018 and go over the top ten things people should consider as a sort of “to-do” list for the new year.
We could never repay those who have served. Today, however, we will attempt to say “thank you” to our veterans the only way we know how – by delivering a show packed with financial information to empower our vets and to help them plan their financial future.
This week's episode also brings a few hot topics, including the Fed Chair selection and Trump’s GOP tax plan. Tune in to hear how we think these decisions could affect you personally.
During the Great Recession in 2008, my uncle, a self-made man, said to me, “The rich have a lot to worry about right now. They have more to lose.” That stuck with me the same way stories of the suddenly rich lottery winners do. They sabotage their wealth and end up worse off than before they made their bet. Is it really better to have more? Whichever way you look at it, the more you have saved, the more you must manage.
Join us today as we discuss Savers’ Problems. We think it’s a good problem to have, and we’re here to help you navigate through it.
One year ago, Wendy Steele, the Founder of Impact 100, announced on our show that the international organization was starting a chapter here in Traverse City. What does that mean exactly? It means that if 100 women gathered and gave $1,000 each, then one non-profit was going to receive a $100,000 grant.
Guess what? Traverse City’s Impact 100 chapter didn’t do that.
Instead, they gathered 255 members! Guess what that means? TWO local non-profits are going to receive a $127,500 grant on November 8, 2017.
Listen to this show to find out how the power of giving is impacting the Traverse City area.