Financial Sense Newshour: Lifetime Planning

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Barron's Reshma Kapadia on How Covid Is Disrupting Retirement

Sep 28 – Financial Sense Newshour speaks with Reshma Kapadia from Barron's on how Covid has disrupted retirement plans for many Americans, especially for those working in the hardest-hit sectors, namely hospitality, travel, and leisure...

Dr. Pennington on Covid's 'Second Wave'

Sep 21 – Dr. Hugh Pennington of Aberdeen University explains the risks and realities of a Covid 'second wave' this fall. He compares what we see with the flu vs. coronaviruses like SARS or, in this case, Covid and...

How Roth IRAs Can Help You Save on Taxes for the Long-term

Sep 14 – Today's podcast is all about Roth IRAs and how they can help individuals potentially save on taxes, especially in those crucial retirement years. Topics discussed: when to get a Roth conversion, contribution limits, pros and cons...

Home Prices Seeing a Perfect Storm of Low Rates, Low Inventory and Demographics

Sep 7 – Financial Sense Newshour speaks with JP Piccinini, owner of one of the fastest growing real estate brokerage firms in the US. JP discusses migration patterns between various states and from cities to rural, suburban areas...

Tax Planning Under a Possible Biden Win

Aug 31 – In today's Lifetime Planning edition of Financial Sense Newshour, Putnam Business Advisory's Chris Hennessey discusses Joe Biden's tax plan and how it will affect individual and corporate tax rates, state and local tax deductions...

Five Things Businesses Must Do Now to Avoid Covid Lawsuits

Aug 24 – Employment attorney Annie Ellis explains the big issues facing businesses, workers, and the rest of the country as things slowly open back up. Annie discusses key steps that businesses must take now, what is being discussed in Congress...

Alicia Munnell on Why You Want to Delay Social Security As Long As Possible

Aug 17 – Alicia Munnell, director of the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, discusses when the Social Security trust fund will run out of money, how much that has likely changed due to COVID-19, and what Americans need to do in order to make sure

Dr. Hurley on COVID’s Impact on Colleges and Higher Education

Aug 10 – This is one of the most fluid and uncertain times in the history of education, says Dr. James Hurley in today’s interview with Financial Sense Newshour. Dr. Hurley discusses a number of challenges impacting colleges and higher education...

Data Privacy Is an Illusion in Today's Social Media World - An Interview with Dr. Pamela Rutledge

Aug – Dr. Pamela Rutledge, Director of the Media Psychology Research Center, explains to Financial Sense Newshour the many ways in which social media, technology, and news media are impacting society both before and after COVID. Dr. Rutledge talks...

SonoMask: How COVID IS Propelling Demand for Smart Materials

July 27 – Dr Jason Migdal at Israeli startup Sonovia explains how COVID has accelerated the push to use smart or intelligent materials with disease-resistant and anti-viral properties. Jason discusses how they use ultrasonic-based technology...