Kiné Corder joins us to tackle some of the biggest money issues…our own money personality. Mom says all the time to “know yourself,” and Kine will help you dive into your money traits so that you can rely more on your strengths and cover your weaknesses. We’ll discuss spenders, blamers, artists, presidents and more on today’s show!
In our headlines segment, how would you feel if you had to skip important medical care due to high costs? That’s what almost HALF the diabetics in the USA are facing, according to one publication. What should someone do in this situation? In our second headline, brokerage firm Merrill Lynch is re-evaluating their commission ban inside retirement accounts. What does that mean for your money? Will other firms follow suit? We’ll also tackle that today.
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- Study: Almost half of diabetics skip medical care due to costs (CBS News)
- Merrill re-evaluates commission ban in retirement accounts (Investment News)
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<46:55> Doug’s Trivia
- What South American Country has won the most FIFA World Cup titles?
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