Mar 21, 2018
We're talking money and movies on today's show, as Kiplinger
financial writer Tom Blanton joins us in the basement to discuss
lessons from ten Oscar nominated films. We'll not only tackle a few
films from this year, but many from the back catalog that you maybe
haven't yet seen. Whether you're a film buff looking for a walk
down memory lane or someone hoping to find some entertaining films
that also talk about your wallet, we have you covered on today's
In headlines today we high five the writer of a new piece who
says that the bull market might run another 20 years. Do we agree?
We'll share our feelings on today's show. Plus, we dive into a
piece that lists all of the financial moves you should make if you
die young. What should you make sure is covered now and what can
wait? We'll go over all of that and more on today's show!
Plus, as always, we throw out the Haven Life line
listener. Nick asks about variable annuities. Should he keep his
annuity, buy another one, or rip the money out of annuities
altogether? Also, we answer a letter from a listener who wonders
about holding or selling a property that he and his spouse own. Of
course, we'll have Doug's trivia and more fun on today's
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