Kurt Czarnowski, the Social Security Administration’s former Regional Communications Director for New England joins to talk with host Chris Boyd. They will cover Social Security basics and making the most out of your benefits.
Chris is joined this week by frequent show contributors Mike Burton of Slade Mortgage and Herb Montgomery of The Montgomery Financial Group, as well as by special guest Peter Gianakoulis, a local appraiser. Topics on today’s show include the market report, mortgages, the appraisal process, financial planning considerations, and your questions about 403b and savings bonds.
In the first hour of this week’s “Something More,” Chris discusses financial planning concerns, the market report, and the fall of Apple stock. on politics, Chris discusses Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s testimony on Benghazi- “What difference does it make?” In the second hour, frequent show guest host Susan Huettner discusses family law and the changes in the child support laws.
Over the years, as the co-host of MoneyTrack (Pam Krueger) and a financial advisor and radio show host (Chris Boyd), they’ve heard from many consumers looking for tips on how to get the most out of their relationships with advisors. With both of their programs, Pam and Chris seek to help guide individual investors in the right direction in finding the advisor that best fits their unique situation. Pam says, “It’s like finding the right doctor — you don’t want to wake up one morning and realize that you’ve spent the last three years seeing the wrong specialist who couldn’t possibly diagnose your medical problem.”Read More
Chris is joined by frequent co-host Herb Montgomery on this week’s “Something More.” They start the hour discussing the week’s market news, and then talk about tips for choosing a financial planner. What issues should you consider? How do you know your financial planner will not be the next Bernie Madoff? In the last segment of the show, Chris introduces Cape Cod author Kathryn Knight. Kathryn talks about her debut novel, Silver Lake. The writing process, editing, getting published, and marketing are some of the topics of discussion.Read More