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From Saving, To Budgeting to Retirement: Answers to Your Financial Questions

Posted on · From time to time on this program, we offer you an opportunity to get some basic questions answered about your own life – from healthcare for you and your loved ones, to the latest technology impacting your life, to the care and feeding of your pets, to the topic for this portion of the program: […]

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Political Roundup, and Financial Advice: Wednesday’s Show (April 26, 2017)

Posted on · It’s time again for our weekly political roundup and analysis of national, state and local political stories — with an eye toward how they might affect Houston and Texas. This week, we discuss Congress coming back this week from its spring recess, the 100-day milestone of Donald Trump’s presidency, growing tensions with North Korea, and proposed […]

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I’m Retiring — So Now What?

Posted on · Adjusting to retirement can be a challenge. From budgeting finances to staying active in the community, there are several hurdles — many of which are unexpected. We talk about the financial and social aspects of adjusting to retirement with Bryan Zschiesche, partner and financial advisor at Financial Synergies, and behavioral psychologist Dr. Michael Winters, who gave a talk on […]

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From Saving, To Budgeting to Retirement: More Financial Questions Answered

Posted on · From time to time on this program, we offer you an opportunity to get some basic questions answered about your own life – from healthcare for you and your loved ones to the latest technology impacting your life to the care and feeding of your pets, to the topic for this portion of the program: […]

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School Construction and LibroFEST: Thursday’s Show (October 1, 2015)

Posted on · In 2012, Houston voters approved a $1.9 billion bond program to rebuild and renovate 40 schools. Now, district administrators say they are $200 million short due to construction market inflation; a teachers union rep and a school board member want an outside audit. On this edition of Houston Matters, we examine this budget battle over […]