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Here you’ll find new podcasts from Talk Credit Radio.

History of Labor Day

We celebrate Labor Day in different ways, but how much do you really know about this holiday?

In this interview with David Zonderman, professor of History at North Carolina State, you'll learn about how this holiday came to be. And you'll learn what the labor movement means to American workers and their financial futures.

Zonderman is an expert in American labor history, author of two books and numerous articles and reviews and an award winner for his classroom teaching and outreach work across the state of North Carolina.

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Getting Close to Retirement

Are you getting close to retirement? If so, then you'll want to listen in as Tom Roberts, CFP and founder of A New Approach Financial Planning shares tips for preparing for retirement. We discuss strategies like trying a practice budget, transitioning from work to something else - and whether to pay off your mortgage. This episode aired live November 11, 2013.

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Online Privacy Tool

Online identities are being compromised every day. Mark Fawcett from joins me to discuss some of the most pressing online security issues facing consumers and introduces his company's online privacy tool to help consumers protect themselves. This episode aired live May 20, 2013.

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Travel the World on a Budget

Warren and Betsy Talbot are living the life many of us only dream about - traveling the world! They share how they managed to save the money for a year-long world trip then turned it into a full-time life on the road. Find out how much it really costs to travel internationally (a lot less than you think!), how to save money for a really big goal and what to do when things don't go the way you planned. This episode aired live May 20, 2013.

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Cosigning Rules and Rights

If you've ever decided to cosign for a loan, or if you are thinking about asking someone to cosign for a loan, you will want to make sure you listen to this interview with attorney Cathy Moran where she shares the real risk of cosigning. She'll also explain what your rights are when you cosign and what happens when you want to remove a cosigner from the loan. In the second half of the interview we discuss why some lenders refuse to report mortgages after bankruptcy. This episode aired live April 15, 2013.

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Couples and Money

Do you and your partner have somewhat different views on money? Oh yeah, most of us have been there. Joining me to share her strategies for getting on the same page about money with your honey is Deborah Price, founder of the Money Coaching Institute. Deborah has many years of experiencing coaching individuals and couples, and has trained others to do the same. This episode aired live October 27, 2013.

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Queen Bitchonnaire

She's on a mission to help girls and women make sure they don't sell themselves short. Sara Grillo, CFA, is an Italian-American entrepreneur, investment manager, award-winning financial author, and professor of finance. She is the original Queen Bitchionnaireand the founder of the Bitchionnaire Nation.

She has a background in financial services, a BA from Harvard College and an MBA from New York University Stern School of Business. 

As a CFA® charterholder, Sara is required to follow a rigorous set of ethical standards which guides her to put the interests of her clients before her own and those of her firm. She is an adjunct professor of finance and economics. 

Sara actively mentors others, especially younger women, through the Professor Sara Grillo Alumni Group on LinkedIn, which has more than 100 members. This episode aired live October 14, 2013.

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Are Marijuana Investments Worth The Risk?

As states start allowing the legal sale of marijuana, some investors and entrepreneurs are going to get very rich. And others are just going to see their savings go up in smoke. If you plan to cash in on the “Green Rush,” you’d better make sure know how to steer clear of the scammers and swindlers.

In this interview, The Consumer Man Herb Weisbaum warns about the potential risks of these investments, including why they are so volatile and not very liquid. He also warns about the #1 risk investors are overlooking. This episode aired live October 28, 2013.

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