Monthly Archives : March 2014
From beachside nuptials to extravagant floral arrangements, it’s no shocker that weddings can cost a pretty penny. Just how much, though, may surprise you. According to wedding planning website TheKnot, the average cost of a wedding in America last year was roughly the price of a new car, or about $30,000 (excluding the honeymoon).
Aired March 28, 2014
How do you know if a ROTH IRA — a savings plan one key financial advisor called, “a free ticket to the lottery,” but which can cause much confusion for others — is the right investment choice for you? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson is joined by three of CNBC’s Financial Advisor panelists to get the answers.
Aired March 25, 2014
How can you make sure you’re financially prepared for one of life’s biggest surprises – healthcare? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson is joined by three of CNBC’s Financial Advisor panelists to get the answers.
Aired March 20, 2014
Stacy Francis, Francis Financials president and CEO, and Tim Maurer, Bam Alliance, discuss grounds for concern at Pimco.
Aired March 18, 2014
For many people, most of their savings are tied up in their 401(k) where they think their money is safe and will continue to grow. CNBC’s Sharon Epperson speaks with three top financial advisors about the most common mistakes people make with their 401(k) savings plans.
Aired March 11, 2014
A lot of parents want to know how to save for their child’s college education while at the same time, save for their own retirement. CNBC’s Sharon Epperson interviews three top financial advisors to get their advice.
March 7, 2014
Investors in emerging markets have been disappointed of late. But the developing world still offers growth prospects and profit potential– if investors know where to look and are patient, say three experts who join moderator Evan Cooper to discuss current emerging market trends.
Aired March 7, 2014
There are so many financial tools out there for you to use — financial apps, mobile apps and online tools that help manage your money. But what are some of the best ones out there? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson gets the answer from top financial planning pros.