Chris is joined this week by frequent co-hosts Mike Burton of Slade Mortgage and Family Law Attorney Susan Huettner. They discuss market conditions, changes in the child support laws, and divorce and college financing. Their discussion dovetails nicely into the second hour conversation with Martha Savery of the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA). Martha discusses 529 plans, the U Fund, loans vs grants, and the FAFSA form.Read More
Mike Burton of Slade Mortgage sits in the co-host chair this week. Chris and Mike discuss economic and investment news and the situation in Syria. Mike updates our listeners on changes in reverse mortgages and Chris points out the importance of life insurance in recognition of September as National Life Insurance Month. All of this and your calls on a chock full edition of Something More.
It’s Chris’ birthday and he is enjoying the day off. He gives his listeners the gift of a “best of Something More with Chris Boyd” show today. Catch Skip Aylesworth of the Hennessey Funds discuss fracking and Stuart Armstrong talk about the financial implications of the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act on this week’s edition of “Something More.”Read More
On this week’s “Something More”, Chris is joined by Mark Robinson, Executive Director of the Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trust. They discuss the goals of the Compact, examples of ways the Cape Cod community benefit from these trusts, land trust advantages, and a new state income tax credit for those who donate eligible land. Chris finishes the hour discussing the jobs report, the employment rate, and Boomers getting entrepreneurial with 401Ks/IRAs to start businesses. Mike Burton does his regular Mortgage Minute segment, and then Adam Chaprales of Mass Mutual Insurance joins Chris for a discussion of long-term care insurance.Read More
Chris and guest co-host Herb Montgomery talk about Dow Jones Industrial Average milestones and especially the recent milestone of 15,000. They also talk about Warren Buffet’s comments regarding stocks and bonds and his warning about bonds. Long-term care perceptions, student loan debt, and Mike Burton’s Mortgage Minute round out this week’s show.Read More