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5 Steps For Planning Your Financial Future

The first step to planning your financial future it to know your net worth.
5 Things You'll Never Hear About Your Health Coverage

5 Things You’ll Never Hear About Your Health Coverage

1. Don't expect your health coverage to pay what you think.
Steve's Market Commentary

12 Tips for Investment Success in 2015

Buffett’s Top Tips for Investment Success A website I came across – GoBankingRates.com – profiled 12 personal finance experts in December 2014 for their insights...
Paying Off Holiday Expenses

Finance 101: Paying Off Your Holiday Expenses

Do you hear that ? That’s the sound of time running out! Here's how to keep those holiday expenses from being quite so bad.
5 steps to better credit

5 Steps to Better Credit

You’ve got to have credit to get better credit. So where do you start? With step one in my five-step guide to building a strong credit record.

Year End Tips: Making Charitable Deductions

Here's how to get the most bang for your buck in regards to charitable deductions. First, consider the cause. Don't just give blindly.

Five Year End Money Tips

Every year I run down some year end money tips that everyone should have in place. Here are this year's top 5.

Insurance: When’s Enough, Enough?

Not too long ago seems like everyone had more insurance than they really needed. I’m guessing that’s still the case, too. Do you have enough or too much?
On The Money Minute

Year End Top Tips

Rather than give you the same related money advice, I’m going to mix up and share what I consider to be my best tips I’ve mentioned for this year end.

Back to Basics With Mutual Fund Investing

What Exactly Is A Mutual Fund? It’s an investment company, that’s regulated, that take your money and money from hundreds of thousands, even millions, of...

The Steve Pomeranz Show

The Steve Pomeranz Show is a weekly financial radio show on NPR WLRN & many more featuring nationally-acclaimed financial expert and host, Steve Pomeranz.  The show educates and protects listeners with money advice covering the entire financial spectrum- from money rebates and rip-offs, to smart shopping, wise investing and retirement financial issues.

Steve provides 15 minutes of free consultation to anyone at no cost. Have a question for Steve about your own financial goals? Ask him!