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- Financial advisors thought they’d seen it all. But with coronavirus, they’re in uncharted territory ; Financial Advisors Rally To Help Consumers Cope With Coranvirus Crisis
- Annuities, hard hit by COVID-19, give retirees one less option ; 10 Ways COVID-19 Is Affecting the Life and Annuity Distribution World
- Coronavirus Creates “Perfect Storm” for Scammers; AG and Secretary of State warn donors to be wary of charity scams during COVID-19
- New York Allows Video Notarization for Estate Planning as Social Distancing Becomes Norm ; You and the Law: Families, Business and the Coronavirus- If the Unimaginable Happens
- Colleges plead for bailout amid coronavirus losses ; Here’s what you need to know about cruise refunds and cancellations
- Aging in Place — 30 Years Ahead of Schedule
- A deadly coronavirus mix in Florida: An aging population and lots of young visitors
- Daily meditation could slow aging in your brain, study says
- Should You Keep Your Health Care Appointments During the COVID-19 Outbreak?
- Seniors find help in coping with social distancing during coronavirus crisis
- People on Disability Use Payday Loans
- On The Frontlines Of COVID-19 With No Health Insurance ; Some hospitals continue with elective surgeries despite COVID-19 crisis
- ‘Hopeless and scared’: Uber and Lyft drivers face financial ruin after coronavirus
- How advanced wearables are making us healthier
- Commentary: Healthcare’s looming financial implosion
- While US Fights COVID-19, 83% of Healthcare Systems Run Outdated Software
- WFH Cybersecurity Concerns: Experts Weigh in on Phishing
- Oregon Department of Human Services reports data breach from phishing email ; Macy’s Shoppers Sue Over Major 2019 Data Breach
- How to keep your kids learning when they’re out of school
- Privilege in the Age of the Coronavirus
- Wearables growth projected to slow before strong recovery
- Venture Capital Hustle on Hold as Video Calls Replace Coffees ; Venture Capital Adapts to the Virus Lockdown
- How Shutdown Is Impacting Disney
- Amazon Prime Pantry Can’t Stock the Shelves Fast Enough ; US senators demand Amazon answer questions about warehouse worker safety
- 401k Assets Totaled $6.2 Trillion in Fourth Quarter ; Before You Sell Anything in Your 401(k), Read This
- Senate Republicans’ coronavirus relief bill to eliminate withdrawal penalty for $100000 retirement accounts ; 4 relief measures retirement & sponsor groups are asking Congress for beyond the CARES Act ;More Calls for Congress to Provide COVID-19-Related Retirement Plan Relief
- Annuity Portability Is an Employer Issue, Too
- 401(k) lawsuits keep coming, despite COVID-19 ; 401(k) Plan Fiduciaries to Pay for Failure to Remit Participant Loan Repayments ; Workers Blast Home Depot’s Attack On Would-Be 401(k) Class
- Corporate pension plans need congressional relief amid virus outbreak ; Why ERISA fiduciaries must monitor market turbulence
- Calpers, Largest US Pension, Loses $67 Billion Since January ; State was full of bull, as bear market was looming. Then the coronavirus hit.
- Scranton pension funds take big hit as the coronavirus rocks global economy
- Kentucky Senate threatens to withhold teacher pension funding unless changes made
- Metro Council Votes To Shift Funds From Pension Payments To COVID-19 Relief
- The Truth About LACERS – Necessary ConversationsPension fund sticking to plan in downturn
- The Very Real Risk Of Insolvency: Stress-Testing Chicago’s Pensions
- State Police troopers accused of overtime fraud will get to keep their pensions
- Appeals court rejects bondholder attempt to take over Puerto Rico pension fund
- Dutch pensions watchdog to relax supervisory activities
- Minister Opperman defends calling state pension a ‘benefit’
- First ever diversity guide published for UK pensions industry
- Retirees, savers should stick to financial plan despite market fall, experts say
- Financial adviser lied for years, inventing fictitious investments to fund high life
- Consumer Confidence Sinks to All-Time Low Again
- Mnuchin Sees GOP Bill as Too Small, Wants Broader Cash Payments ; Where is the US getting the trillion dollars it’ll take to fight the coronavirus?
- Survey Finds Varying Levels of Institutional Investor Confidence in the US Government’s Ability to contain pandemic ; Coronavirus economic relief proposals are overlooking the 57 million Americans who are self employed
- Investors pull record $108 billion out of bond funds this week ; Yield curve steepens as long-term rates jump
- America’s Money Market Industry: Is It at Risk?
- Retail gasoline prices drop to lowest since 2016 ; US oil prices post weekly loss of 29%, biggest since 1991 ; Gold settles higher, but logs a second weekly decline
- Here Are Top Shareholder ESG Proxy Proposals for 2020 Season ; Four Reasons Responsible Investing Will Define The 2020s ; Active v Passive: Which strategy is better suited to ESG investing?
- Global central banks slash rates following coronavirus outbreak
- UK Brexit negotiator ‘infected with coronavirus’ day after EU counterpart gets it ; Bank of England cuts interest rates AGAIN to record low of 0.1%
- Investors ‘Double Down’ on Alts Amid Market Turmoil ; Market Turmoil Could Be A Boon For Some Alternative Assets ; Commentary: An open letter to SEC Chairman Jay Clayton ; Buyers in secondary markets to trim buys by 30% – survey
- Grappling with Losses, Hedge Funds Seek New Ways to Make Money ; Down-market hedge funds feast on 2020 markets
- Private Equity Fire Sales Aren’t Here Yet. But They’re Probably Coming. ; Unsanitized: Private Equity Licks Its Chops
- Cryptocurrency Market Gains $25.7B In 24 Hours As It Recovers From Massive Sell-Off ; US SEC Freezes Assets of Alleged Crypto Scam Backed by a Former State Senator ;China is sucking up all the blockchain VC deals, says study
- REIT declines outpace stock market amid shutdowns nationwide ; Compass Says Real Estate Agents Need Government Crisis Funding ; How is Miami’s real estate industry dealing with the coronavirus outbreak?
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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.