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- 70% of American investors wish they’d handled money differently in 2019 — here’s their No. 1 regret ; Numbers that older workers and retirees need to know in 2020
- What are negative interest rates?
- Reduce your taxes with these last-minute moves before the end of the year
- The average family can’t afford to buy a home in 71% of the country ; What Do Mortgage Interest Rates Really Mean? ;Using a Realtor in a digital age
- Are you ready for retirement? 11 tips to put you on the right path; The best ways to collect income – without really working ; Retiring With A 401k Millionaire’s Income Stream ; How can I tell if an annuity is a good deal?
- Colleague’s retirement changes work dynamic
- Charitable giving appears to decrease this holiday season
- How to Stay Flexible in Saving for Your Child’s Future
- Retail Clinics Make Important Contribution to Healthcare
- Healthcare Costs Impacting Children Nationwide
- Are You Making This Major HSA Mistake?
- Mental health access hindered by low Medicaid rates
- 4 Ways to Win Over Millennials
- Mississippi Adopts ‘Single Prayer’ Healthcare ; Cuomo unveils plan for healthcare cost website
- Making New Year’s resolutions? These free tech apps can help you attain your goals ; Are we sleepwalking into a cashless society?
- ‘Moss Adams’ Discloses Customer Data Breach Exposing Names & Social Security Numbers ; Amazon, Ring face lawsuit over alleged ‘vulnerable’ security cameras ; What I taught 60000 NASA employees about cybersecurity
- “Star Wars” Saves Disney After All ; Apple stock hits all-time high and could keep growing, analysts say
- 5 Unconventional Ways to Attract VCs
- Police Use Face-Recognition Software as India Protests Intensify
- Secretary-General Says United Nations Must Embrace Blockchain
- Kentucky Analysis Dispels Myth of 401ks as Pension Saviors
- Evolving Your Financial Wellness Program in 2020 ; 401k Adviser: Don’t let your lack of funds stop you from seeking help from a financial adviser
- Recordkeeper Data Shows ‘Ongoing Commitment’ to Retirement Saving
- From 401(k)s to stretch IRAs, what the Secure Act means for clients ; Secure Act Could Benefit Retirement Plan Advisors ; Congress’s spending bill is feeding the already comfortable upper-middle class
- Tips on How to Find Missing Participants
- Ardent Health Latest Company Hit With 401(k) Fee Class Suit ; M&T Bank to Pay $21 Million in Suit Over Affiliated 401(k) Funds
- Congress rushes to save miners’ pensions but ignores larger retirement crisis ; States are already paying for unfunded pensions
- Banning pension investment in China hurts US retirees
- Volusia teacher vacancies down, but persistent
- Concerns rising for Illinois funding future teacher pensions
- Retired city workers won’t have to return overpaid pensions
- Alabama pension fund betting on boutique movie theater investment
- Retired employees told to pay back money school district erroneously gave them for substituting
- Pension Woes Sink Oak Lawn’s Credit Rating to ‘Junk Level’
- NY pols keep digging the state’s pension hole deeper
- Georgia city sweetens retirement plan to attract new workers
- Warning DB mis-selling scandal could reignite
- French govt offers some concessions, but strike over pension reform continues
- Dow, S&P Finish Record-Filled Week With Gains ; Recession Gets Priced Out in a Stock Rally for the Record Books ; Why 2020 looks like a happy new year for stock investors — plus other top investing tips ; Treasuries Have a Hard Act to Follow in 2020 as Optimism Rises
- US consumers will keep the economy humming through 2020
- Crude oil inventories dip as refineries boost production ; Natural-Gas Prices Fall on Changing Weather Forecasts
- 24 states will raise the minimum wage in 2020
- More Investment Managers Are Helping an Adversary: Short Sellers
- Largest asset managers failing to support climate targets ; ESG Resolutions and Exceptional Funds of 2019 ; Utah to launch miles driven fee for alternative-fuel cars ; Japan, UK, PH, eye collaboration for sustainable coastal communities
- Japan’s output, retail sales fall, signalling economic strains
- Brexit: Scotland hit by brain drain as 2500 EU academics quit
- Hedge funds record best year since 2013 but still trail market ; 20/20 foresight for hedge funds in 2020?
- Private Equity Fund Activity Expected to Rise Next Year
- Challenges Remain in Understanding Energy Storage as an Investment
- 8.9 Million Percent gained by Bitcoin During the Last 10 years ; About 70 Crypto Hedge Funds Shut Down in 2019 as Institutional Investors Play it Safe ; YouTube Restores Hundreds of Cryptocurrency Videos After Flagging Them as Harmful ; Facebook’s Libra Has “Failed” As Central Banks Won’t Accept It ; How to use prepaid cards to buy cryptocurrency
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ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as Founder for The Morning Pulse, Inc and lead anchor for the Broadcast Retirement Network Considered an “industry insider”, thought-leader and an independent voice on retirement, personal finance and related issues, he has appeared in both television and print discussing the issues related to retirement and the capital markets.
ABOUT THE BROADCAST RETIREMENT NETWORK
The Broadcast Retirement Network (BRN) is the first lifestyle media platform focused on helping Americans achieve financial independence and to make retirement and savings culturally relevant. The content is informative and engages the viewer. Most importantly – No agendas, no sales pitches, no product pushes.
Our morning show, BRN AM, provides an assessment of daily issues so that Americans can create a plan of action for themselves and their families. BRN AM focuses on delivering headline news via brief interviews with real Americans working toward their financial goals.
Unlike financial shows which prioritize institutional investment managers and public policy organizations, BRN AM is a lifestyle show that brings the stories and ideas of regular Americans to the forefront. We engage with a range of topics pertaining to retirement, focusing individual episodes on personal finance, healthcare, social security, home-ownership and so on to provide viewers with the full picture regarding the future of financial security in America.