(Podcast) 1/13/2019 In this episode: In this episode: (1) a closer look at the Japanese culture of saving, (2) the government shutdown and the Federal Thrift Savings Plan, (3) No Degree, No Problem for Employers & more.

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The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, January 13, 2019 In this episode: (1) a closer look at the Japanese culture of saving, (2) the government shutdown and the Federal Thrift Savings Plan, (3) No Degree, No Problem for Employers, (4) NetFlix wins at the Golden Globes and (5) What does financial freedom mean to you? Special … Read More

(Podcast) 1/6/2019 In this episode: (1) retirement legislation in 2019, (2) the government shutdown and its impact on employee benefits, (3) drug prices continue their spike & more.

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The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, January 6, 2019 In this episode: (1) retirement legislation in 2019, (2) the government shutdown and its impact on employee benefits, (3) drug prices continue their spike, (4) personal finance New Years resolutions and (5) Apple worries? Special guests this week: Charles Bolton, Legislative Assistant for Senator Robert Portman (R-OH) … Read More

(Podcast) (1) Higher education endowments lag the market (2) alternative investment trends in 2018, (3) retirement outlook for 2019, & more

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The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, December 30, 2018 Wrapping up the news in #retirement, the #markets, #tech, #personalfinance, #healthcare and more. In this episode (1) Higher education endowments lag the market (2) alternative investment trends in 2018, (3) retirement outlook for 2019, (4) data and privacy: tech in 2019 and (5) volatility: what do financial … Read More

(Podcast) (1) 2019 global markets outlook, (2) 200 years to close the gender pay gap?, (3) markets continue to tumble, how are investors reacting? & more

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The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, December 23, 2018 Wrapping up the news in #retirement, the #markets, #tech, #personalfinance, #healthcare and more. In this episode: (1) 2019 global markets outlook, (2) 200 years to close the gender pay gap?, (3) markets continue to tumble, how are investors reacting?, (4) a deep dive into the state of … Read More

(Podcast) (1) The United Nations tackles data privacy, (2) $150m in student loan debt wiped away, (3) the latest healthcare trends & more

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The Weekly Pulse Podcast The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, December 16, 2018  In this episode: (1) The United Nations tackles data privacy, (2) $150m in student loan debt wiped away, (3) the latest healthcare trends, (4) why grandparents and parents shouldn’t spoil their grandchildren/children during the holidays, (5) boss-worker friendships can cause trouble? and (6) … Read More