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June 28, 2014 – Money Saving Tips

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Chris is joined by show sponsor Mike Burton of Slade Mortgage on this week’s “Something More.” They discuss market conditions, mortgage rates, and helpful money savings tips that you can do right now. Listen Here

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Top 10 Tax Breaks You’ll Miss in 2014

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Top 10 Tax Breaks You’ll Miss in 2014

You probably didn’t notice, but when the clock struck midnight on December 31, 2013, a number of popular tax benefits, commonly included in the list of provisions referred to as “tax extenders” expired. While it’s possible that Congress could retroactively extend some or all of these items, you’ll have to evaluate your 2014 tax situation […]

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Some Things to Consider about Gifts to Children

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Some Things to Consider about Gifts to Children

If you make significant gifts to your children or someone else’s children, or if someone else makes gifts to your children, there are a number of things for you to consider. Transfers that are not taxable gifts There are a variety of ways for you to make transfers to children that are not treated as […]

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Financial Choices: College, Retirement, or Both?

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Financial Choices: College, Retirement, or Both?

Life is full of choices. Should you watch Breaking Bad or Modern Family? Eat leftovers for dinner or order out? Exercise before work or after? Some choices, though, are much more significant. Here is one such financial dilemma for parents. Should you save for retirement or college? It’s the paramount financial conflict many parents face, especially as more couples […]

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Are con artists adopting trendy twists on old scams?

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Are con artists adopting trendy twists on old scams?

In a word, yes. You may be great at deleting e-mails from Nigerian princes to avoid online phishing, but fraudsters keep coming up with new schemes for prying information or money from potential victims. And while scams sometimes involve hot topics that are getting a lot of attention in the news, which may make them […]

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The Origin of Investing

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The Origin of Investing

MARKET WEEK: JUNE 23, 2014

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The Markets Reassurance from the Fed seemed to outweigh the situation in Iraq last week as investors showed greater comfort with taking on more risk. The week’s biggest gains were in the small caps of the Russell 2000, which once again returned to positive territory for the year, while the Nasdaq closed the week at […]

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June 21, 2014 – Cape Cod Summer Edition

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It’s the first day of Summer and Something More is ready to celebrate summer on Cape Cod. The show starts with an interview with Wendy Northcross of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, followed by guest Judy Scarafile and Bill Bussiere of the Cape Cod Baseball League. The “Something More” segment highlights golf pro Rick […]

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June 14, 2014 – Dick Oberuc, Mark Alliegro, and a Father’s Day Tribute

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Dick Oberuc joins Chris to talk about tactical investing strategies on this week’s “Something More.”  He is followed by Mark Alliegro, a candidate for the 9th Congressional district. Mark and Chris address issues of foreign policy. The show wraps up with a special Father’s Day tribute- an interview between Chris and his dad, Attorney F. […]

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MARKET WEEK: JUNE 16, 2014

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The Markets Equities took a break across the board from their recent upward surge. After fresh all-time record closes early in the week, both the S&P 500 and the Dow Industrials saw profit-taking that also returned the small caps of the Russell 2000 to negative territory for the year. Renewed conflict in Iraq contributed to […]

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