Easy credit and longer-term loans currently being offered at auto dealerships can make buying an expensive car alluring, but don’t get reeled in.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, February 7th – Wil Haygood,Author of “The Butler”; Beatles 50th Anniversary on Ed Sullivan Show; Ron Himes from The Black Rep; Bankrate.com’s Mark Hamrick on Jan. Job Reports Numbers; CBS Military Consultant Col. Jeff McCausland on Sochi Security; and Jim Kerchherr on “Chouteau’s Journal”
Jill L’Eplattenier, a flight attendant on the Pan American Flight bringing The Beatles to America, talks about the fliglht; Wil Haygood, author of “The Butler”; Ron Himes of the Black Rep on “For Colored Girls”; Bankrate.com’s Mark Hamrick on Jan. jobs report numbers; Col Jeff McCausland on security and terrorists at the Sochi, Russia, Olympics; and Nine PBS Senior Producer JIm Kerchherr on his documentary,”Chouteau’s Journal: In His Own Words”.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, December 6th – STL Machinists Gordon King and Boeing Contract; Bankrate.com on Nov. Jobs Report Numbers; and Cardinals’ Joe Strohm on 2014 Cards Ticket Sales Start Today
Charlie and Debbie talk about STL Machinists Gordon King comments on Boeing contract and 401(k) pension plans vs. defined pension plans; and with Mark Hamrick, Bankrate.com’s Washington Bureau Chief about the November jobs report numbers; and Charlie talks with STL Cards Joe Strohm about today’s start date for buying 2104 season Cardinals tickets.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, October 28th – Cardinal World Series Baseball; Vern Koehliner on Health Insurance Coverage; and Bankrate.com on 401(k) Fees
Charlie and Debbie talk World Series baseball; and Charlie talks with Health Insurance Broker Vern Koehlinger; and with Bankrate.com’s Sheyna Steiner about how 401(k) fees affect returns.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, June 7th — Dwight “Doc” Gooden, former MLB and NY Mets Star; Mark Hamrick with May Jobs Report Numbers
Charlie visits with former MLB and NY Mets Star Dwight “Doc” Gooden; and with BankRate.com’s Mark Hamrick about the May Jobs Report Numbers.
According to HomeInsurance.com, Missouri homeowners pay over $300 more each year than residents of Illinois and Iowa but $400 less than Oklahoma residents.
Missouri comes in as the eleventh-best retirement state, ahead of Florida and Arizona. Illinois is listed as number 20.