Money Talks focuses on personal finance as it applies to Mississippians. In any given week, we’ll talk about anything from preparing your taxes to saving for college or investing in the stock market. Chris Burford, financial education specialist for Consumer Credit Counseling and Nancy Lottridge-Anderson, Assistant Professor of Finance at Mississippi College, President of New Perspectives, Inc. and author of Tough Talk for Tough Times, join Kevin Farrell in the studio to answer your personal finance questions about family budgeting, retirement savings, Social Security, investments, debt management and more. Email the show at anytime at email@example.com. Money Talks airs Tuesday mornings at 9 on MPB Think Radio.
This week on Money Talks, we welcome Insurance commissioner Mike Chaney to look at the effect of hurricane Katrina on Mississippi’s insurance industry 10 years later. How has the state changed in the way it ensures the coast in the wake of the storm? And we’ll take your calls on any insurance or personal finance questions you have.Read More
Today, we’ll help the new crop of college graduates manage their money and start planning for the future. How much should you save, what retirement program is best for those just getting started, and health insurance? Yes, that’s a big investment most don’t really think about.Read More
As a parent, helping your kids is a must but helping them climb out of debt can be a challenge. This week, we try and help you find ways to help and teach them how to avoid these situations in the future. We’ll also talk debt and how you can stay out of this pitfall that hits all of us at some point in our lives.Read More
This week, Janita Stewart from the small business Administration will join us to discuss “Mississippi Meet the Lenders” on August 11th. We’ll open the phone lines for your personal finance questions and share some tips on how new parents can avoid the financial mistakes of the past. We’ll also share some ways you can have fun this summer and not have to spend big bucks.Read More