Why haven’t you scored a raise recently or grabbed that next bar on the better job rung? Well, your wait is over, because Gary Burnison, author of Lose the Resume, Land the Job, joins us to help you increase your income potential, enjoy your career more, and rock your next raise! We’ll talk about how a skunk helped Gary realize many of the dilemmas facing people, and how NOT to answer questions during your next interview…and of course, much more.
In our headlines segment we’ll throw a surprise your way. An age group you don’t expect is conned more often on the phone than any other…and it isn’t the group you think. How do you make sure you aren’t taken advantage of by scammers? Jonathan Sasse from First Orion joins us to talk about how to figure out that someone is really secretly after your wallet instead of the person they pretend to be. We’ll also cover a recent spring cleaning story. While you’re cleaning out the attic and the garage…what about your wallet? What should you clean and what should you keep? We’ll discuss that on today’s show.
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- This spring, clear mediocre credit cards out of your wallet and give credit rating a boost (USA Today)
- Infographic: Millennials 3x More Likely To Lose Money Than Baby Boomers (First Orion)
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- No voicemail today! Here’s Talha’s question that she wrote in: “What are the best ways to start investing for people who got into work force in last 3 to 5 years? Example starting with $20,000 and adding in nearly $400-$500 each month to that? “
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- Shawn isn’t able to claim tax contributions on his traditional IRA. He wants to move his money to a Roth. Will his money be taxed again?