I’m sure you’ll find this hard to believe, after Bank of America scored so well in customer service surveys recently (if you define “well” as horribly)….but they have yet another problem in the news. We’ll explain.
The roundtable adds CFP Katie Brewer this week from YourRichestLife financial planning. She, Greg and Paula tackle why people can’t save, average people getting into venture capital investing and using data to predict market fluctuation.
We answer your letters about retirement income strategies, emergency funds, and whether we’re willing to take a huge amount of money from a dying woman.
OG reviews A Most Violent Year, Doug has trivia, and much, much more.
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<> Newsreel Headlines
– Husband Had Loan Insured But Bank Never Told Widow (Omaha.com)
– Tax Season Is Over But IRA Fixes Can Still Be Made (Investment News)
<> My Dad’s Shortwave Roundtable
Venture Capital Deals Slow as Start Ups Turn To New Money Wells (LA Times)
Three Reasons Data Scientists Might Prevent The Next Market Collapse (Attunity Blog)
47% of Americans Can’t Save Any Money (Daily Beast)
Check out our contributor’s work:
Paula – AffordAnything.com
Greg – An Analysis of the US Trade Deficit (Investopedia)
And thanks to CFP Katie Brewer! Check out her website: Your Richest Life
Dom – The 4% Rule — are there better retirement withdrawal methods?
Mrs. Benjamin – Wants to give me over $1M dollars
Nick – Emergency fund….does he really need one?
<> End Show/Movies
A Most Violent Year
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