Byron Moore, CFP® and Mike Jones

KEDM radio series

Podcast - Five stages of financial grief

By Byron Moore, posted February 5th, 2015

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on November 26, 2014

About 45 years ago, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross wrote that when she dealt with terminally ill people they went through five psychological stages before they died.  Actually, a similar phenomenon can be experienced by people when they begin to come to grips with their own frustrations about money. 

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Podcast - Lessons from growing up poor

By Byron Moore, posted January 30th, 2015

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on November 19, 2014

If you grew up poor or otherwise disadvantaged, may you be only the first of many in your family to learn from, and not lean on, life’s difficult experiences.Lessons from growing up poor.jpg

     
 

Podcast - Disaster scenarios... we love them!

By Byron Moore, posted January 23rd, 2015

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on November 12, 2014

Don’t be so busy fretting about the end of the world that you fail to realistically prepare for what might happen to your world if it doesn’t.Disaster scenarios.jpg

     
 

Podcast - Adult children still dependent on parents

By Byron Moore, posted January 16th, 2015

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on November 5, 2014

Here’s a situation I see all too often: a retired couple with children still dependent on them for financial support. Unless there is mental or physical illness involved, my reaction is, “What?!”Adult children dependent on parents.jpg

     
 

Podcast - Human capital: your greatest asset

By Byron Moore, posted January 9th, 2015

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on October 15th, 2014

Your human capital is the value today of all the money you will earn over the remainder of your working life. In this segment Byron shares some suggestions for maximizing the potential of your human capital.

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Podcast - Five steps to teaching your children about money

By Byron Moore, posted January 2nd, 2015

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on October 8th, 2014

You can influence your older children and grandchildren to have healthy attitudes and habits towards money and material goods through a tried and true parental process:

     
 

Podcast - What will you do when the engines flame out?

By Byron Moore, posted December 26th, 2014

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on October 1st, 2014

If you are a participant in the financial markets, you might want to listen to the experience of Joe Hart. Joe is an executive with one of the world largest financial institutions and has made a career of speaking on the topic of investors and investor behavior in the face of risk.

But I don’t recommend you listening to Joe based on his expertise, but on his experience - specifically, his experience on a cold day in January 2009.

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Podcast - Dealing with an income increase

By Byron Moore, posted December 8th, 2014

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on September 24th, 2014

A lot of news stories we hear are stories about individuals making their way in our hobbled economy. But for some, these are indeed the best of times.  If you happen to be one so fortunate to deal with newfound affluence, here are a few things to keep in mind.

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Podcast - Is financial planning for the young?

By Byron Moore, posted November 24th, 2014

The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on September 17th, 2014

When should a young person begin the financial planning process? At the same time she receives her first paycheck. No matter who you are, you are not too young for financial planning.

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Podcast - Adult children still dependent on parents

By Byron Moore, posted January 16, 2015
The following segment first aired on KEDM 90.3 on November 5, 2014

Here’s a situation I see all too often: a retired couple with children still dependent on them for financial support. Unless there is mental or physical illness involved, my reaction is, “What?!”

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