Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Roger Michaud, Chair Emeritus at College Savings Foundation about how High Schoolers are saving, working and planning for collage more than ever before. They also found out how to save a bit of money and time when traveling by talking with Ryan Adlesh with Flight Car. Kiplinger's Editor Ryan Ermey stopped by to talk about smart money moves for newlyweds.
Julie was out today, but Ken and Dawn filled the bill, talking with Randy Cox about cash-pay healthcare and his website www.pricinghealthcare.com.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Pierre Delforge about his NRDC Report: Americans Zapped for $19 Billion on Utility Bills for "Always On" Household Devices. They also spoke with author Jeff Sauro about his book Custom Analytics for Dummies.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Bruce Newman, President of CMIT Solutions of Northeast Valley about the Ransomeware Virus and how you can protect yourself. They also spoke with Glem Derene with Consumer Reports about online home appliances. The rouded out the morning talkin with Bill Hardekopf, CEO of LowCards.com about how to elimate junk mail and telemarketing calls.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Susan Axelrod, executive vice president of regulatory operations at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which last week launched a toll-free FINRA Securities Helpline for SeniorsTM to provide older investors with a supportive place to get assistance from knowledgeable FINRA staff related to concerns they have with their brokerage accounts and investments. Senior investors can call FINRA’s new toll-free FINRA Securities Helpline for Seniors 844-57-HELPS (844-574-3577) from , Monday through , and get neutral, knowledgeable assistance with numerous investment topics.
Ken and Julie speak with Meredith Jones, Author of Women of the Street:Why Female Money Managers Generate Higher Returns (And How You Can Too).
Ken and Julie talk with Sue Doerfler, AZ Republic Reporter, about how retailers uuse all 5 senses to draw us in.
Today on Business for Breakfast, Ken and Julie will talk with Jennifer Brown from the WP Carey School of Business will talk about how Corporate campaign contributions add up to lower tax rates. Also Ken and Julie speak with Bill Hardekopf from LowCards.com about an experiment that reveals how fast stolen data spreads in the dark web.
Today Ken and Julie spoke with Paul Travers, President & CEO, Vuzix Corporation about how, according to new report, wearables will gain significant ground in the workplace.
Today Ken and Julie talked with Jeanenne Tornatore, Senior Editor from Orbitz.com about summer travel favorites. Jeanenne gives the top ten travel sites and talks about how affordable some of the European locations are right now.
Ken and Julie spoke with Author Michael Farquhar about his book Bad Days in History: A Gleefully Grim Chronicle of Misfortune, Mayhem and Misery for Every Day of the Year. They also caught up with Arizona Republic Reporter Laurie Merrill and she told them about a Phoenix dairy that has gone retro by using glass bottles.
Ken and Julie spoke with Kiplinger's Editor Andrea Browne about six food freebies available in April and Mary Holman, Senior Vice President of National Bank of Arizona spoke about the Smart Women - Smart Money conference the 23rd.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Kiplinger's Editor Miriam Cross about 10 World-Class Travel Bargains and owner and founder of Happy Tax Mario Costanz about how some tax preparers use low income Americans to steal.
Today on the show Ken and Julie spoke with Jessica Greenwalt, co-founder of CrowdMed about how CrowdMed is going to hunt for Phoenix's most difficult medical cases. They also spoke with Susan Ratliff about the Arizona Sports Fan Expo from to at West World.