How Money Works Radio

Join our hosts and long-time financial educators, Craig Moser, CFP®, CRPC® and Jennifer Moser on the How Money Works Podcast and Radio Show.  Listen along as they provide advice on growing your nest egg and reducing or eliminating your tax burden.  In addition, each show provides crucial tips to planning your successful retirement. They also answer listener questions each week.

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Estate Planning Advice for Women Featuring Lynn MIchael

Estate planning isn’t just for couples.  Because women tend to live longer than men, it’s also important they’re confident and knowledgeable in their family’s finances and other business.  That’s why this episode is especially for women. Special guest Lynn Michael, an estate planning attorney joins this episode.  She shares tips and tricks for women to get their personal business in order.

Tax Planning with Addison Maile

We spend a lot of time on tax preparation but how much do we think about tax planning?  So, we welcome Addison Maille, a tax planning CPA in Greensboro.  Tax planning can be tedious for many individuals.  Therefore, relying on an expert like Maille can sage time and money.

Podcast Episode 7 Dr. Jason Thomason

The coronavirus pandemic in North Carolina has affected everyone.  There’s still a lot of uncertainty about the virus. So, we put the economic effects aside for this episode and focus on what we’re facing with COVID-19.  So, Dr. Jason Thomason from Salem Chest Specialists joins us to talk about what he’s seeing.

Do you wonder what’s going on in the local real estate market?  Every state is different, so we asked Nick Gonzalez of Linville Team Partners to join us.  Nick shares his expertise on high-growth areas.  In addition, we ask him if there are any good opportunities for investors, and what he thinks about the future of real estate in the Winston-Salem and Greensboro areas.