Andy and Bob discuss changes to retirement programs happening in 2017 that
listeners need to know about.
Radio Show Highlights
The Muni Bond Swindle
A Four-Letter Word and Your Finances
First 100 Days of President Trump
26(f)s Are Too Good to be True
Andy and Bob talk with JT Taylor, chief political strategist of Hedgeye Potomac Research, about President Trump’s first 100 days in office and
the impact they could have on retirement plans such as Social Security and Medicare.
Also in this week’s show:
Andy explains the 26(f) program, the reasons that it’s too good to be true and why to avoid it.
Denny Smith talks about the four-letter word that could wreck your retirement.
Bob and Andy discuss another common scam – one that promises 12.5% return on municipal bonds – and explain why it’s
another swindle to steer clear of.
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