What’s on tap for 2019? We don’t know what you have planned personally, but we CAN tell you what our Magic 8 Ball says is going to happen. We’ll ask it all the important questions, like, “What will the stock market do in 2019?” and “Will the price of oil be higher next year than now?” plus heavy hitters like, “Will Harry and Meghan have a boy?”…important stuff like that. But that’s not all. We’ll also share how the 8 Ball fared last year. Did it predict the future?
In our Friday FinTech segment we’ll talk to Sean Harper, CEO of Kin, an innovative company disrupting, of all things, homeowners insurance. We’ll talk about some of the ideas that they’re using to make homeowners insurance easier and more consumer friendly.
We’ll also take some time to answer our Magnify Money hotline. Laura has had to retire earlier than expected due to medical reasons. She wants to start a home business to create a new income stream started. Should she use some of her emergency savings, or maybe tap her IRA? And of course, we’ll still have time for Doug’s trivia.
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- Laura had to retire a lot earlier than she expected due to medical reasons. Laura wants to create a new income stream through an at-home business. Should she deplete some of her emergency savings to start up the business, or is there a way to use her IRA?
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