Weekly Radio Show
- Because money matters to you and there are many matters that affect your money -
The Retirement Money Matters Radio Show with T. Brian Hayes
Listen to the Retirement Money Matters Radio Show Weekly:
WFRN (93.7 FM) WWKI (100.5 FM)
Saturdays at 4:00 PM Sundays at 8:15 AM
You can listen to these audio files from your desktop, tablet or mobile device.
Protect Your Retirement Plan From Coronavirus Scams?
March 28, 2020
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, many scams emerge from fraudsters and criminals to try and take advantage of people’s fears and uncertainties to steal money from vulnerable Americans. Find out how to not let this happen to you, right now.
You Have to Survive and Advance?
March 21, 2020
March Madness is known for basketball tournament time, and the theme for this time of the year is ‘survive and advance’. But this year the Coronavirus has taken over March Madness. However, the theme remains the same for your retirement plan – you have to survive and advance during this difficult time. Find out how to do that, right now.
Should You Be Worried About The Stock Market?
March 14, 2020
The stock market has been all over the place the past several weeks as volatility has spiked. What is going on with the markets, and why did this happen? What does this mean for your retirement savings, and should you be worried? Find out right now.
What You Don’t Know About Your IRA Can Hurt You?
March 6, 2020
Millions of people have an IRA as the main staple of their retirement plan. However, there are things about an IRA that many of these people don’t know, which could really limit the value of those IRAs. Find out what you may not know about IRAs, right now.
Question of the Month - February
February 29, 2020
We have spent the last few weeks informing and educating everyone about all the changes for the year 2020. Now it’s time to answer more questions from these changes. Find out the answers to these many questions, right now.
Now What Are You Going to Do?
February 22, 2020
Americans have just started to figure out, adjust and adapt to changes brought on by the sweeping tax overhaul that went into effect at the beginning of 2018. Now Americans are going to have to do it again. Find out why, right now.