WASHINGTON (1/14/13)--Sunday's H&FF Radio suggested a fresh start for the new year, and reviewed asset protection management and whether you should lend money to your kids.
The show, which you also can hear later via the Internet, featured Paul Berry, Washington, D.C., journalist and broadcaster, discussing these topics with special guests:
"Happy, Healthy New Year." Marianne McGinnis, editor, Prevention Magazine, San Diego, exhorted listeners to avoid making resolutions they can't keep. Instead, she suggested viewing the new year as a fresh start and striving for a lifestyle of healthy eating habits and better financial choices.
"Active Asset Protection Planning." Jeffrey Matsen, author of "The Ladder of Success, An Asset Protection Planning Primer" and an attorney at Bohn, Matsen, Kegel & Aguilera LLP, Costa Mesa, Calif., discussed the importance of estate planning and asset protection management.
"Before You Give Your Kid a Loan." Frank Jaffee, a certified financial planner at Access Wealth Planning, Roseland, N.J., revealed the three questions baby boomers should ask their young-adult children before granting them loans.
Home & Family Finance is a resource center for personal finance information at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). The radio show is sponsored by CO-OP Network, the national credit union ATM network; Cabot Creamery Cooperative, maker of award-winning cheddar; and the Defense Credit Union Council and member credit unions, serving those who serve the country worldwide.
Home & Family Finance airs Sundays at 3 p.m. ET on the Radio America Network. The show also is carried on American Forces Radio Network. The one-hour program devoted to consumer finance issues is brought to you by America's credit unions and their 90 million members, and is presented by CO-OP Network.
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For related information, read "Four Key Steps to 'No Regrets' Retirement" and "Credit Counselors Say Resolutions Not Right for Everyone" in the Home & Family Finance Resource Center