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.
Forecasts for 2021 with Jim Patterson of The Kiplinger Letter
Jim Patterson, managing editor of The Kiplinger Letter, joins us to talk about the year ahead, from what the Biden administration and next Congress will do to the prospect of driverless trucks roaming our roads. Also, how a new law should protect consumers from surprise medical bills.
Is a Fix Coming Soon for Social Security?
Managing editor of the Kiplinger Retirement Report Catherine Siskos joins us to talk about what a new administration and Congress might do to solve Social Security's looming funding problems. Also, buy now, pay later plans and what to do with a used shoe.
James K. Glassman's Stock Picks for 2021 -- And from the Past
Longtime Kiplinger columnist James K. Glassman discusses the 10 stocks he's recommending this year, and how his previous picks have fared. Also: the second stimulus and best ETFs for 2021 with Kyle Woodley.
Strategies for Charity (Ep. 55 Rebroadcast)
Ryan and Sandy interview Schwab Charitable president Kim Laughton on why you should use a donor-advised fund for year-end charitable giving. The co-hosts share tips on avoiding ID theft and scams during the holiday season, and Peloton and Costco both feature in a new edition of Deal or No Deal.
Doug Glanville on Race, Sports — and Personal Finance
Kiplinger contributor (and former Major League Baseball player) Doug Glanville shares insights from years playing the game — and investing. Also, what's in the upcoming financial stimulus.
State Taxes on the Middle Class: How They Rate, with Rocky Mengle
Every year Kiplinger ranks all 50 states for their tax-friendliness. For 2020, Senior Tax Editor Rocky Mengle has put the focus on the middle class. Hosts Sandra Block and David Muhlbaum also discuss the student debt moratorium and estate planning for "black sheep" beneficiaries.
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.
Vulnerable out of high school
Today you mentioned how service members might be vulnerable to predatory lending because they are fresh out of high school......what about the people the graduate from college with six figure debt? You made it sound like folks entering the military are dumb.
One of the best
This podcast is in my top 5, maybe top 3. Fantastic format. Very polished and professional. A highlight of my day each Monday when a new episode comes out.