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E-mails and other quick forms of messaging leave open the possibility of miscommunication. Doug gives advice on how to communicate effectively with your financial advisor.
Is there a magic amount of savings that enables you to retire? What factors, other than age, should be taken into consideration when determining when and where you’ll retire?
Many teenagers have no idea about how banks work, budgeting, or bill paying, and as a result can fall into the cycle of debt from an early age. Learn how teenagers can become fiscally responsible.
Three worshipers were shot while praying at the Zurich Islamic Center mosque. Their attacker managed to escape.
Schools don’t make financial education a required subject. This episode explains the best ways you can learn about personal finance and how to manage your money.
Financial fitness isn’t only about staying within your budget and savings. It’s also about monitoring your stress level on financial issues.
How much of your income do you need to put aside to achieve financial independence?
Israel's financial report card going into the New Year featured a lot of really good grades.
On today’s show, Doug examines generational giving. Learn about the tax considerations involved in gifting money to your children
In this show, Aaron discusses how to become financially secure.
Did you know that financial struggles are often caused by a lack of self-confidence and that stay-at-home mothers often feel guilty about not earning money, even though they're doing an important job?
Who is the best person to brainstorm and deliberate with about your financial decisions? What should you do if there is no one to talk to?
Find out how women can improve their financial situation and what they should do in the event of a divorce or the death of a partner.
As Israel celebrates its independence this week, Aaron teaches listeners how you can invest in Israel and gives 3 tips to attain financial independence.