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Hooked on Savings: 5 Habits of The Best Retirement Savers

Air Date: Aug 19, 2017

Spending too much money can be way too easy and sometimes turns into a hard habit to break. The guys take a look at a new study that features the opposite: the lifestyle habits of super retirement savers. How can we get hooked on these good habits? Also, author Richard Watts joins the show to talk about his new book, “Entitlemania: How Not to Spoil Your Kids, and What to Do If You Have.”

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Hooked on Savings: 5 Habits of The Best Retirement Savers – A recent study in USA Today highlights the behaviors of good retirement savers. Andy and Bob review some of these tips: from working longer hours to simply living in more modest homes.

Entitlemania: How NOT to Spoil Your Kids – Author Richard Watts describes the “epidemic” of spoiled, entitled children. What are the causes behind this attitude and what role do parents and even grandparents play? Also, learn the importance of investing in memories instead of things.

LIVE Portfolio Review – Instead of an email review this week, Brian from Youngstown, Ohio, calls in and talks to Andy about his asset allocation, risk tolerance, savings, and how he thinks about money. Listen in to Andy’s advice on how he could change his thinking.

“He Who Understands It, Earns It…” – Albert Einstein famously called compound interest the “Eighth Wonder of The World.” Find out why it’s so powerful, along with some simple and creative ways to take advantage of it.

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