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Your Money: Your Choices – Hank Coleman

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Roth IRAs, CDs, stocks, insurance, your 401K . . .what are the right choices for your financial future? "Your Money: Your Choices" will clear out the cobwebs and confusion surrounding these concepts and more with clear and concise information. You'll hear tips and tools that you can put into action right now to help save your hard earned income in way that will protect your future for a healthy retirement. Whether you are a single mom or a father of five, "Your Money: Your Choices" will get you ...



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Your Money: Your Choices – Hank Coleman
Sep 8, 2014 Hank Coleman
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If you are looking to get more publicity for your book, business, or charity, then you will want to get in on our free publicity tele-conference. The tele-conference is being held on September 19th. If you want to get in on the free call, email us at yourmoneyshow@gmail.com (mailto:www.yourmoneyshow.com) to get on the call. If you own your own business or you're in sales, Your Money Show t (http:// www.yourmoneyshow.com)alked about building your business and some traps that you need to avoid....
Do you have a bucket list? Do you have a list of goals that you want to complete before you die? I sure do. I have talked a lot about my 100 Goals Before I Die (http://moneyqanda.com/100-goals/) and trying to complete them. The problem is that most of us simply write out a bucket list and then make excuses as to why we haven't check many items off it or any items at all for that matter. It doesn't have to be that way though. Join us as we talk to Adam Shepard who is the author of "One Year...
I interviewed Gary Vaynerchuk who is one of the preeminent entrepreneurs, authors, video bloggers, and business owners in America. Gary discusses what it takes to get through burning out and how to break through the preverbal wall when you hit it. Join us as we talk about why it is still important to hustle today, the social media platforms that you should be on, and why 7pm to 2am can be the most productive time of your life as an entrepreneur. As a nationally recognized speaker and author...
New sports stadiums and arenas are popping up all over the country. And, new stadiums are causing higher ticket prices and higher taxes as a result. The owners are adding to their profits through subsidies provided by local governments at a detriment to both sports fans and tax payers alike. While most politicians and sports franchise owners will want fans to believe that a new stadium is in their best interest, will bring jobs to their area, will increase their stature, and a host of other...
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Has your email inbox taken over control over your life? How many emails are sitting unanswered in your inbox? How many newsletters do you subscribe to? Do you check your email constantly throughout the day? You're not alone. In fact, 79% of Americans check their email before they even get out of bed in the morning. The Huffington Post calls email a gigantic game of Tetris that we can't possibly win. Over 25% of your work day is wasted by simply checking and sending emails. But, what if you...
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Coupons are big business. If you don’t believe me, you only need to look at your Sunday newspaper to understand the power of these little pieces of paper. Coupons have even gained pop culture status with the new reality TV shows featuring extreme couponers buying hundreds of dollars worth of groceries and other items for pennies on the dollar. But, you don't have to go to extreme measures to make coupons, coupon codes, and deals help you and your family save a ton of money. Now is the time...
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It is going to be a tough holiday shopping season for businesses. Thanksgiving and Black Friday are going to be in late November this year. Businesses will lose about six days of shopping and sale madness if they wait. The government shutdown, unemployment, and consumer worries are weighing on shoppers minds. These things will actually benefit shoppers this holiday season. Most retailers are moving their holiday sales earlier into the month. Shoppers will start to see promotions before Black...
The stock market is humming along lately, but this is of course despite a few recent macro level economic hiccups. Thanks to the federal government and the shutdown the economy has continued to remain sluggish. According to a report recently released by Standard & Poor’s, the government shutdown cost the United States $24 billion in lost production and growth. It took out $24 billion from the U.S. economy over the 16 day shutdown. In this episode of the Money Q&A podcast, "Your...
Do you give money to charity? You're not alone. In fact, the National Philanthropic Trust and the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University found that 88% of all American households give to charity. And, the average annual gift to charity is over $2,200 per family. We are a nation of givers, and giving is an important step in our own personal finance journey. There is a reason why Dave Ramsey includes it in his last baby step of his popular book, The Total Money Makeover...
Can you be too frugal? Where do you draw the line between frugality and cheap? Is there a danger in being too cheap? There is a fine line that a small portion of the American population walks when it comes to frugality. The news is full of people drowning in credit card and other debts, but they miss the other side of the equation. There are also people who take frugality to an entirely different level. We all probably know someone like that. We've witnessed people who drive across town to save...
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After I graduated from college, I swore that I would never eat ramen noodles again. I cannot even imagine having planned so poorly for retirement that people must buy cat food to survive. But, that's the subtitle of Mary Kelly's new book, "Money Smart - How Not To Buy Cat Food When You Don't Have A Cat", (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1935733141/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1935733141&linkCode=as2&tag=ymycpodcast-20)which is...
Put your money through boot camp with Jeff Rose's new book, "Soldier of Finance: Take Charge of Your Money and Invest in Your Future". (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0814433286/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0814433286&linkCode=as2&tag=ymycpodcast-20)Have you been ignoring the warning signs that your money is out of control? Debt is the enemy. Financial freedom and prosperity are the objectives. In the book, Jeff takes you and...
College graduates and their parents are faced with a daunting challenge of managing their finances on their own, often for the very first time. But, many recent high school and college graduates have a lot of questions. It stems from not receiving the proper education from our school system and their parents on how to handle money, debt, and investing on their own. Many have questions such as: How much do I need to save for in an emergency fund? Should I invest in my employer's 401k retirement...
Most parents are terrified of the costs of college tuition and room and board fees that they will have to help pay for their children's education. Every year for decades, the cost of college tuition and fees has increased faster than the rate of inflation in America. To make matters worse, colleges have enjoyed endowments that have posted gains in their investments that have outpaced the stock market indexes. For a 10 year span from 1998-2008, Yale saw its endowment earn over a 17% annual rate...
College students are graduating with an alarming amount of debt. They are being saddled with note only student loans but loans from family members and credit cards. Part of the trouble stems from our inability as parents to prepare our children for the financial realities that they will face as college freshmen. We are simply not having the open and honest communication early enough about our expectations and their expectations as well. Who will pay for what expenses? Will your child have to...
The NY TImes has reported that 75% of Americans have less than $30,000 saved in their retirement accounts. Hewitt Associates says that 4 out of 5 American workers haven’t saved enough for all of their financial needs in retirement. A recent survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that only 42% of Americans have tried to calculate the amount of money that they will need to have set aside for retirement. We are hiding our heads in the sand when it comes to retirement planning....
Did you know that you could own gold bullion, gold coins, and other precious metals directly in your retirement accounts? In this episode of Your Money Your Choices, I'll show you exactly how to invest in gold in your retirement accounts when I interview Kirill Zagalsky, a senior account executive at American Bullion (http://moneyqanda.com/book-giveaway-the-next-wave/). Kirill discusses the options that surround investing in physical gold, silver, and other precious metals in your self-directed...
In this episode of Your Money Your Choices, I interview Gary Vaynerchuk (http://www.garyvaynerchuk.com/)who is one of the preeminent entrepreneurs, authors, video bloggers, and business owners in America. Gary discusses what it takes to get through burning out and how to break through the preverbal wall when you hit it. Join us as we talk about why it is still important to hustle today, the social media platforms that you should be on, and why 7pm to 2am can be the most productive time of your...
According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, only 42% of Americans have tried to calculate how much money they will need to save for retirement. Most of us have no idea what our retirement number that we need to save during our working life even is. It could be $1 million, $2 million, even much more. To make matters worse, only 14% of Americans feel confident that they will have enough saved by the time they reach retirement age for all of their needs in their Golden Years. Join us as...
Very few people understand the true reason for buying life insurance policies. Many people have life insurance questions (http://moneyqanda.com/insurance/life-insurance-questions-and-answers/)about their policies and do not know where to turn for the answers. There are so many planners and agents selling life insurance products that most people simply do not need. They often mistakenly buy life insurance as an investment, to pay taxes, build a nest egg, or even to leave a legacy. Most people...
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Over half of all young parents in America do not have a last will and testament. They often think they don't need an estate plan, that it's too expensive, or they just want to hide their heads in the sand and pretend they aren't going to die. Baby Boomers are even worse about estate planning with over 40% of the generation neglecting to have a will. This is just one critical tool in estate planning that everyone should have. Join us as we talk to Rob Aeschbach (http://www.robaeschbach.com), who...
Are you sick and tired of earning less than 1% on your savings accounts or money market funds? Government bonds are not offering much better in the way of rates of return either. But, peer-to-peer lending is allowing investors to act like a bank and invest in individual loans with people looking to repay debt, consolidate loans, pay for weddings, buy new cars, and much more. Peer-to-peer lending offers investors a larger rate of return than many other investment options. Join us as we talk to...
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Do you have a bucket list? Do you have a list of goals that you want to complete before you die? I sure do. I have talked a lot about my 100 Goals Before I Die (http://moneyqanda.com/100-goals/)and trying to complete them. The problem is that most of us simply write out a bucket list and then make excuses as to why we haven't check many items off it or any items at all for that matter. It doesn't have to be that way though. Join us as we talk to Adam Shepard who is the author of "One Year...
There are so many aspects that go into your financial planning and making money decisions. It is more than just doing the math behind which tax strategy is better, whether to invest in a Roth IRA or a 401k, or which debts to pay off first. Your values play a large part in every aspect of your finances. How do you and you spouse interact with your money? How do you teach your children about properly handling money and financial responsibility? Join us as we talk to Bruce Helmer, a financial...
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It is hard to get ahead in today's busy world and break out of living paycheck to paycheck by simply working at your 9-5 day job. You've got to increase your income. Far too many people simply focus on squeezing costs out of their family's monthly budget, but if you really want to get ahead, break out of the cycle, and get rich, you need to increase your income. And, a side hustle is the best way to do that. Join us as we talk to Jay Money one of the most popular personal finance bloggers...
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The most dreaded finance topic behind budgeting is debt. It's because we have so much of it whether it is credit card debt, student loans, mortgages, car notes, and a host of other types of debt weighing us down. Join us as we talk to Jeff Rose (http://www.goodfinancialcents.com), Certified Financial Planner, author, popular personal finance blogger, and leader of the Debt Movement (http://debtmovement.com)which strives to help people through a sense of community and education to pay off $10...
Your Money: Your Choices – Hank Coleman
Feb 18, 2013 Hank Coleman
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Financial riches aren't unfortunately aren't always made from diligent savings, matching 401k contributions, or increasing your Roth IRA investment every year. Riches are made by making something, building something, starting a business, and the like. There are very few things that help people reach their financial dreams like starting their own business. Join us as we talk to Mary Kelly (http://productiveleaders.com/), an author of several books, professional speaker, college professor, and...