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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 59

Cyber Security and More “Brave New World”: The University of Pennsylvania had a Retirement Conference last week, and we got the latest news from Erin Arvedlund, Staff Writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, who attended the conference. Tune [...]

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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 58

The Latest in Investments AirBnB for Baby Boomers: Have you ever stayed in an Airbnb? Did you hear the news that this bed and breakfast marketplace and hospitality service will go public? Is it worth investing in? [...]

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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 57

Don't fret about debt!   Don't fret about debt!:  We are joined by psychotherapist Amy Morin, author of “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do” to talk about debt! Is there good and bad [...]

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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 26

Financial Illiteracy A Taxing Debate: Richard Rubin, a tax policy writer for the Wall Street Journal, will join Steve to break down Trump and Hillary's very different tax plans! How will they affect you? [...]

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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 25

Deep Dive Into Markets Take a Hike, Hikes: Michael Shamosh of the West Shore Fund will join the show! He'll talk with Steve about the Fed not raising rates, Trump, international markets and more! [...]

By |September 23rd, 2016|401k, Banking, Economy, Investing, Retirement, Taxation, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 24

Shadow Courts PA IRA: Erin Arvedlund of the Philadelphia Inquirer will join the program. She'll talk with Steve about a new law that could cost you your retirement account! Not So Wells Fargo: Aaron [...]

By |September 16th, 2016|401k, Banking, Economy, Investing, Retirement, Taxation, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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Your Life, Your Wealth – Episode 3

Steve Cordasco had a jam-packed show this week! Trump vs Clinton - Why do small banks say Hillary is getting their vote? What’s behind the reason for Clinton winning their vote? Would you move [...]

By |March 31st, 2016|Banking, Student Loans|0 Comments