10.7.16 Radio Wrap-Up: Jane Bryant Quinn

Quinn_Jane_Bryant_2_small_51e1dhsu38l-_sx328_bo1204203200_Jane Bryant Quinn was back with us today, talking about retirement – how to get read for it, what to think about with your IRA or SEP, when to take Social Security, Long Term Care insurance and more.
Jane has written for Newsweek, the Washington Post, and appeared regularly on the CBS Morning and Evening news. Her classic personal finance guide, Making the Most of Your Money, was named by Consumers Union as the best personal finance guide on the market. She currently writes for the AARP Monthly Bulletin.  Her new book, for people planning and saving for retirement, is called How to Make Your Money Last. Learn more about Jane www.janebryantquinn.com
We talked about some retirement calculators, including these: AARP and Analyze Now, T.Rowe Price and Fidelity
If you want to look at some of that polling stuff, a great place to do it is here: Real Clear Politics.
Need to move something at a pretty decent cost: Try this guy at 484-680-9873: Big Man’s Moving Service
Things to do this weekend: West Chester and Haunted Hayride/Bates Motel
I hope you love this anonymous quote as much as I did:

“Never regret a day in your life.
“Good days give happiness,
bad days give experience,
worst days give lessons,
and best days give memories.”

Tune into Friday Happy Hour at 3pm on AM radio 1520. You can also listen online at www.WCHE1520.com.

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