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'In Conversation' explores money management and personal finance - 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

‘In Conversation’ explores money management and personal finance – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Lister to the show: https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/chtbl.com/track/G3791/lpm-od.streamguys1.com/inconversation/20220225122939-ICPodcast_Money02252022.mp3 Your credit score doesn’t determine your worth—but it can greatly affect your access and opportunities. And if money management isn’t something you learned about as a kid, it’s hard to figure out how to catch up. This week on “In Conversation” we discussed personal finance and financial literacy. Do you …

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Two personal finance experts open up about their financial journey

Two personal finance experts open up about their financial journey

Paid for by Discover® Personal Loans: When considering your own goals, needs and income, personal finance is, well, personal. That’s why there is no one-size-fits-all approach — and why even the experts can remember times when they wished they had handled their money differently. By opening up about their own financial insights and missteps, Shannah …

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Are You Prepared for This $94,900 Annual Expense in Retirement?  |  Personal Finance

Are You Prepared for This $94,900 Annual Expense in Retirement? | Personal-finance

(Christy Bieber) When you save money for retirement, chances are good that you’ll be thinking about how to cover the costs of housing, healthcare, food, travel, and other necessities and indulgences. Unfortunately, there’s a huge expense you could be faced with that you might easily forget — especially if you’re young and healthy. The problem …

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3 Reasons to Keep Investing Even Though Stocks Are Down |  Personal Finance

3 Reasons to Keep Investing Even Though Stocks Are Down | Personal Finance

(Maurie Backman) It’s no secret that the stock market has had a pretty miserable run over the past few months. In fact, last week, the S&P 500 index actually dipped into bear market territory for the first time since 2020. If you’re tired of seeing constant losses in your portfolio, you may be inclined to …

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Are You Prepared for This $94,900 Annual Expense in Retirement?  |  Personal Finance

Are You Prepared for This $94,900 Annual Expense in Retirement? | Personal-finance

(Christy Bieber) When you save money for retirement, chances are good that you’ll be thinking about how to cover the costs of housing, healthcare, food, travel, and other necessities and indulgences. Unfortunately, there’s a huge expense you could be faced with that you might easily forget — especially if you’re young and healthy. The problem …

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4 Kinds of Social Security Benefits Older Americans May Be Eligible for |  Smart Change: Personal Finance

4 Kinds of Social Security Benefits Older Americans May Be Eligible for | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Christy Bieber) Social Security retirement benefits have kept millions of seniors out of poverty, and many workers look forward to the day they’ll begin receiving checks every month from the Social Security Administration. But while retirement benefits are very well-known and much-anticipated, they are not the only kind of payments older Americans could be eligible …

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3 Reasons Not to Worry About a Stock Market Crash |  Personal-finance

3 Reasons Not to Worry About a Stock Market Crash | Personal-finance

(James Brumley) The S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) is currently down 17% from its early January high. And from peak to trough, the index has actually fallen more than 20%, technically qualifying the pullback as a full-blown bear market. That’s a lot of loss for stocks to absorb in less than five months. Perhaps worse, depending …

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