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Ken and Mark had a total of 6 guests during their two hour jammed packed B4B this morning. Up first was ADOT's Doug Pacey talking about the new safety program for wrong way drivers, "Drive aware, get there." Then CreditCards.com Matt Schulz on balance transferring on credit cards. National Philanthropic CEO, Eileen Heisman, talking about charitable donations this time of year. Invento's Jacob Moshinsky, with a new product-wearable child safety gadget. Mike Noble of OH Predictive Insights with the latest poll about how Americans feel regarding Renewable Energy. Finally, Kiplinger's Kaitlin Pitsker with how to secure your passwords including the most used passwords.
Ken and Mark today heard about Solar Power, state report cards when it comes to emergency preparedness and got an update on the Amtrak derailment. First up was Solar Sandy and her products for solar powering homes. John Auerbach of TFAH with a state by state report card on emergency preparedness. Seth Babb from TaxSlayer talked about a groundbreaking program they're launching that gives taxpayers up to $1,000 now for their anticipated income tax refund. Jim Roope, WestWood One Correspondent in LA talking about all the latest in that Amtrak train derailment.
Today on B4B, Ken and Mark discussed board games and how popular they've become once again with expert Michelle Jerson. In fact she said board games have already raked in 1.1 billion dollars in sales this year alone. Then James Coldren stopped by to talk about Police body cams and their effectiveness. Gerontologist Jodi Olshevski, gave advice on how to detect driving behavior warning signs when it comes to elderly family members still driving. Finally Michelle Dupre from Verizon with an update on the 2017 holiday retail index.
Today on B4B, Ken and Mark, heard from Patrick Valtain CEO of HireBox and his topic today was how dishonest employees cost US employers $1 Trillion dollars annually. Libre Initiative President Daniel Garza discussed conflicting reports out of DC regarding the tax reform bill. In our Stump the Chumps contest, David from Phoenix won a $50 gift card from Twin Peaks along with a great 2-18 calendar. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight today was Fares Tarabichi, co-owner of The Crepe Club.
Today Ken and Mark gave away $150 in gift cards to a local restaurant as part of the Stump the Chump contest. Sharon Schweitzer founder of Access to Culture talked about how to behave and proper etiquette during the holidays in regards to office parties, tipping and gifting. Bill Hardekopf, lowcards.com, had a few important topics to cover like opening new credit cards at stores during the holidays. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Carolyn Vangelos, owner of Twin Peaks. This restaurant is also the featured restaurant for next week's Stump the Chump contest on M-W-F at 7:15 am.
Scottsdale's been listed as the 6th richest American city. That was just one of many topics covered today on Business for Breakfast with Ken Morgan and Mark Asher. and guest Majd Maksad, founder of Status Money. Another topic was air travel during the holidays with Travel Specialist Pete Trabucco. Then from H&R Block was Heather Watts with tips to avoid mistakes during your 2018 tax filing. Also Chris Lloyd of Lucia Capital Group discussed the 3 myths used to sell income annuities during his weekly visit on B4B. Finally Kiyoko Toyama from the Japanese Friendship Garden in Phoenix reminding listeners to come visit the garden.
The top 3 things Americans would rather do than go to a tax preparation office was just one of many topics on today's edition of B4B. Meg Sutton from H&R Block talked about the survey results. Then Dr. Maria Tulpan discussed what 30 million Americans with Diabetes may be able to do rather than Routine Finger Sticks. Westwood One News Correspondent, Bob Costantini was in DC and talked more Trump drama. In the Biz Leaders spotlight was Tammie Coe of Tammie Coe Cakes then finally in the Biz Of Sports was travel expertm, Jeanenne Tornatore discussing Bowl game travel.
On today's show, Ken and Mark, talked with Andy Slavitt from the non-profit America Covered about the impending open enrollment deadline on Friday. Then USAA's Greg Jaeger discussed local home market trends and tips. Stephen Hahn-Griffiths of Reputation Institute and Catherine Blads of Alac talked about a new study with some suprising regults when it comes to women in the workplace. Linda Zell of the Jewish Tuition Organization came in to the studio to discuss how school tax credits help more children attend Jewish Day Schools. Next Tim Fiore, from the Institute for Supply Management discussed the ISM's semiannual report. Finally, Jacquline Moore of Opendoor talked about a new survey of the Phoenix 2018 home buying market.