Kiplinger delivers timely, actionable personal finance guidance to help you earn, keep, and make the most of your money. Each new weekly episode has down-to-earth insights on saving for retirement, cutting your tax bill, investing for growth and income, maintaining good credit, and much more.
Having the Money Talk with Your Parents
Managing your parents' finances can be a difficult situation. Doing so if you haven't laid down a plan for how to do it is worse. Cameron Huddleston, a Kiplinger alumna and author of a book on having those conversations has help. Also, how to squeeze every last dollar out of the Recovery Rebate Credit.
Relationships and Money with Mari Adam
Love and money go together like, well, sometimes they don't. Financial planner Mari Adam joins Your Money's Worth to discuss how couples can work together to have a good relationship, both with each other and their finances. Also, we look at new twists for 2020 tax filing and gadgets that can help when the power goes out.
Why Pay Money to File Your Taxes?
Far more people could be filing their federal returns for nothing. Sandy Block helps us figure out what's truly “free.” Also, the latest from Brandon Copeland and the not-so-secret perks of stock ownership.
Unpacking the GameStop Blowup with Kyle Woodley
Did the market gyrations of late January rattle your faith in the market, or did you shrug at another "short squeeze"? Senior investing editor Kyle Woodley provides his insights on the drama over GameStop. Also, how the ultimate penny-pincher car might be a used electric.
Working from Home: The Tax and Insurance Consequences
Among the disruptions of the COVID-19: Many people working remotely changed their location to a new state, maybe even a new country. That can lead to complications, particularly when it comes to state taxes. Also: why the IRS is starting tax season late this year, and a check-in on student loan policies in the new administration.
Taxes on Retirees: What’s New
Senior tax editor Rocky Mengle talks about the latest update of the Kiplinger Retiree Tax Map. Will states with declining revenues make life harder on retirees? Also, the Biden stimulus plan and the hazards of patent scams.
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Great investing podcast
Great podcast with investing tips that people don’t normally think about. My only recommendation is to make Sandy the lead of the podcast - it seems like she has a lot more knowledge and deserves the top slot.
Easy to listen to and informative
David does a great job guiding listeners through complicated material and anticipating questions that the listeners have. He and Sandy have a nice rapport. I have learned a lot and appreciate topical financial information being explained well. I regularly recommend to others.
Great practical advice!
I always learn something new listening to this show. It’s very down to earth advice and you don’t have to be a millionaire to benefit.