June 29 2022

MRW - Podcast - OPEN SHOW - May 25, 2022

Drew and Mike are two for two as they team up for the second week in a row to talk with listeners about I-Bonds, the possibility of Amazon being broken up, Roth conversions and reverse mortgages. The show is like Cracker Jack and the prize is at the bottom; what will it be? To find out it is best to download and enjoy. We think it is better than a band of gold.

February 24 2022

MRW - Podcast - Laurence (Larry) Kotlikoff (guest) - February 23, 2022

Drew talks with author and Economics Professor, Larry Kotlikoff about the things people can do to build a sound financial foundation where you can prosper.

October 7 2021

MRW - Podcast - OPEN SHOW- October 06, 2021

In this episode of the Money, Riches and Wealth podcast, Drew and Maddie combine talents to field listener's concerns about inherited IRAs, investing in education, real estate and ROTH conversions but wait....there's more!
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February 10 2021

MRW - Podcast - Ferrier Stillman (guest) - February 03, 2021

In this episode Drew is joined by Ms. Ferrier Stillman to discuss family law and the various ways it can impact financial planning.

October 22 2012

MRW Podcast - Dr. Richard Vedder (Guest)

This week, Drew is joined on the air by Dr. Richard Vedder who authored the article Federal Student Aid and the Law of Unintended Consequences.

Dr. Richard Vedder is Distinguished Professor of Economics at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He has written extensively on labor issues, authoring such books asThe American Economy in Historical Perspective and, with Lowell Gallaway,Out of Work: Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America.

Vedder has written over 100 scholarly papers published in academic journals and books, and his work has also appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines including the Wall Street Journal,Washington PostInvestor's Business DailyChristian Science Monitor, and USA Today.

Vedder has been an economist with the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, with which he maintains a consulting relationship. He has served as the John M. Olin Visiting Professor of Labor Economics and Public Policy at the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University in St. Louis and has taught or lectured at many other universities.


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