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Credit, debt, and money answers from the Get Out of Debt Guy, Steve Rhode. If you want to know the latest news from inside the debt relief industry or have a question about getting out of debt, this is the show for you. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/get-out-of-debt-guy/support
 
Moss & Barnett is pleased to announce the first of its monthly podcast series titled "The Debt Collection Drill" featuring shareholders John Rossman and Michael Poncin providing sage tips for improving collections and compliance.
 
We are here to educate on Personal and Business Credit, Financial Literacy, Debt Settlement and how it can work in your favor and Health and Life Insurance. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/q3changinglives/support
 
Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with multi-faceted stories and commentaries every weekday. Hosts David Greene, Steve Inskeep, Noel King and Rachel Martin bring you the latest breaking news and features to prepare you for the day.
 
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Morning Edtion
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Morning Edition is an American radio news program produced and distributed by NPR.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
Save more and spend less is more than just a motto for money expert Clark Howard; it’s a way of life. Clark and his crew — Team Clark — are on a mission to empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing money-saving tips, consumer advice, hot deals and economic news to help everyone achieve financial freedom.Clark is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and a consumer reporter for television stations around the country. His podcast, The Clark Howard Show, rece ...
 
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Here & Now
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NPR and WBUR's live midday news program
 
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Debt Warriors Radio
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You're invited to listen to Debt Warriors Credit Boot-Camp™ Segments. You'll hear Debt Warriors™ share hot economic topics that are relevant to you the American Consumer. Listen as Consumer Advocate, J. Carlton Ford, a former Legal Assistant in a Bankruptcy (Prevention)Law Firm, exposes the sneaky tricks and scams of Predatory Lenders, Debt Collectors and Identity Thieves. If you want to WIN your War On Debt and improve your Credit (for yourself), Debt Warriors Radio shares what you need to ...
 
Thank you for supporting Financially Focused!This show was hosted by Consumer Rights Attorney Lurie Daniel Favors and is dedicated to helping people with money problems become financially empowered. Whether it’s debt settlement, wage garnishment, debt collection lawsuits or bankruptcy, these "Financially Focused" episodes will help you get a grip on your finances. The show was designed to empower historically and economically disenfranchised families to take charge of their financial conditi ...
 
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Parent Pump Radio
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Bringing information that touches your heart, lifts your spirit, exposes your strength and bridges the relationship between you and your children…FOREVER!!
 
Presented by National Debt Relief, a New York Better Business Bureau accredited business, the National Debt Relief podcast shares personal finance insights to help you manage your money wisely. Learn what are the main causes of credit card debt and how to deal with them. You may also laugh with some of our corny jokes about money and famous quotes about money, credit and debt. You'll also learn about the differences between debt consolidation loans, debt negotiation, debt settlement, bankrup ...
 
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Red Meat Radio
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Inside Utah Politics -- Setting the record straight. A weekly 2-hour radio show recut into four (approximately) 22-minute podcast episodes. Frequent guests on the program include national, state & local political leaders and respectable members of the local media. The show is light on fluff and heavy on the red meat of Utah politics. Radio show air live Saturday 8-10am on 860AM (SLC) and is rebroadcast Sundays 8-10am.
 
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Brunch & Budget
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Where personal finance & racial economic justice intersect
 
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Negotiate!
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Stay informed on how to use negotiation in your favor. With experts from many industries, you will learn secret tactics to negotiate payments on your credit card, mortgage, loan, as well as with your boss, spouse, family, co-worker, sales people and other. Find out how techniques from negotiation, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can IMPROVE YOUR LIFE. Show host: Paulo Amaral
 
This podcast series is presented by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), Inc., an organization that prides itself on delivering through its Member Agencies the highest quality financial education and counseling services. This series includes topics such as determining if you need to seek financial help, what a Debt Management plan is, and what to do if you find yourself in credit debt or even facing foreclosure on your home. When facing financial difficulty one of the hardes ...
 
Podcast geared towards discussing crop insurance, risk management education, farm policy, and agricultural and food law issues facing Maryland agriculture. Any images you see are by Edwin Remsberg unless otherwise noted.
 
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Lehto's Law
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Steve Lehto: author, attorney. Over 26 years of practicing Michigan Lemon Law and more than a dozen books written. Lehto's Law is the podcast reincarnation of the radio show Lehto hosted for many years in Michigan, answering questions on consumer law.www.lehtoslaw.comTwitter: @stevelehto
 
Fixing credit or improving credit score is not an easy. If you have bad credit score and you really want to repair it then credit repair specialist can help. To get the most professional credit repair solutions, contact White, Jacobs & Associates. For more detail, visit: https://www.whitejacobs.com/debt-settlement/
 
Phoenix Bankruptcy Lawyer, Christy Thompson answers your questions about Arizona bankruptcy and Phoenix bankruptcy twice a month.Arizona Legal Advocacy specializes in Chandler bankruptcy, credit repair, loan modification, debt settlement, Arizona estate planning and family law.
 
An audio mystery in four episodes, inspired by radio drama of old times.One late summer the only two residents on a remote lighthouse island go missing. As a delivery man takes shelter from a storm on the island, he is soon drawn into a bewildering and dreamlike search for a woman and her father, the lighthouse keeper.A new story from the world of The Sailor’s Dream, to be enjoyed by people of all ages.
 
An audio mystery in four episodes, inspired by radio drama of old times.One late summer the only two residents on a remote lighthouse island go missing. As a delivery man takes shelter from a storm on the island, he is soon drawn into a bewildering and dreamlike search for a woman and her father, the lighthouse keeper.A new story from the world of The Sailor’s Dream, to be enjoyed by people of all ages.
 
Claiming financial power is not about hoarding money. It is about understanding how money works and using it to help you live your life, on your terms. We were taught, as women that relationships and responsibility to others are more important than responsibility toward ourselves. At times we have allowed others to think, talk and act on our behalf rather than solving our own problems and taking control of our own lives. You, as a woman, are determined to have a voice and to make responsible ...
 
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Veteran journalist Cokie Roberts has died at 75. According to a family statement, Roberts died Tuesday due to complications from breast cancer. We take a look at her legendary career as an NPR and ABC News journalist. Also, a growing number of churches are taking an active roll in fighting against climate change. Host Tonya Mosley speaks with R ...…
 
The threat comes days after a weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, with the U.S. now saying Iran is likely behind the attack.By WBUR & NPR.
 
New York Times columnist Frank Bruni woke up one morning without sight in one eye. Now, he has a 20% chance of going blind entirely.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Legendary journalist Cokie Roberts died Tuesday. She was 75.By WBUR & NPR.
 
A growing number of churches are taking an active roll in fighting against climate change.By WBUR & NPR.
 
The nationwide GM strike continues as the automaker and United Auto Workers union resume negotiations.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Swarms of dragonflies in several states that have been so big, they have been spotted on weather radar.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Cookie Lockhart followed her father and brother into auctioneering more than fifty years ago.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Journalists reporting on climate change say there are nuances and intersectional issues in covering the "climate emergency." We speak with three reporters covering the issue throughout the country. Also, New York Times columnist Frank Bruni woke up one morning without sight in one eye and now he has a 20% chance of going blind entirely. Here & ...…
 
While many Democratic lawmakers have come out in favor of impeachment, more moderate lawmakers from conservative-leaning regions are reluctant to support impeachment.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Roberts died today from complications related to breast cancer.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Oil prices spiked this week after a drone attack that is being blamed on Iran took out half of Saudi Arabia's oil supply.By WBUR & NPR.
 
Joi Ito stepped down as the head of the MIT Media Lab after The New Yorker revealed he had taken donations from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.By WBUR & NPR.
 
What’s it like being a climate change reporter right now in the U.S.?By WBUR & NPR.
 
You're allowed to show an ecard for your proof of insurance. But SHOULD you?http://www.lehtoslaw.comBy Lehto's Law.
 
NPR's David Greene talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut about how the U.S. should respond to escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran. NPR's Greg Myre weighs in on the topic.
 
Roberts, who joined the fledgling network in 1978, was a seasoned Washington insider who developed a distinctive voice as a reporter and commentator for both NPR and ABC News.By Bobby Allyn, Scott Neuman.
 
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is to testify Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee. He is the first major witness from the Mueller investigation to appear before the panel.By Susan Davis.
 
Voters in Fall River, Mass., will decide Tuesday whether Jasiel Correia will get another shot at running their city — despite having been arrested twice. The city council has been trying to oust him.By Nadine Sebal.
 
Israelis head to the polls for the second time in six months after the country's longest-serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, failed to build a majority in parliament.By Daniel Estrin.
 
In her largest rally to date, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren delivered a major presidential campaign speech Monday night in New York City that focused on rooting out corruption.By Asma Khalid.
 
Who is responsible for the attack on a Saudi oil facility? President Trump's ex-campaign manager will appear before a House panel. Israelis go to the polls for a second election in less than 6 months.By Noel King, David Greene.
 
The Austin City Council is defying Texas state legislators, setting aside $150,000 in city funds to help local women who seek abortions pay for attendant costs, such as transportation or child care.By Ashley Lopez.
 
Almost everyone who learns about the project thinks it sounds "crazy," admits one scientist. But the technology should work.By Geoff Brumfiel.
 
Mexico is overhauling its judicial system to try to improve public security and the administration of justice. To that end, a group of law professors from Mexico are studying California courts.By Tyche Hendricks.
 
The Highway patrol said no one was hurt when officers eventually caught the emu. The agency wouldn't say who owned the ostrich-like bird, or where it came from.
 
State lawmaker Jaime Andrade Jr. was at the so-called pigeon poop station, talking to Chicago's CBS-2 about getting money to clean the station, when a pigeon pooped on his head.
 
Just days after he was named as one of the newest Saturday Night Live cast members, comic Shane Gillis has been fired. Recordings surfaced of Gillis saying racist and homophobic things.By Eric Deggans.
 
NPR's David Greene talks to New York Times reporter Steven Greenhouse, author of Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present and Future of American Labor, about the strike, and the future of unions.
 
A 21-year-old political science student in Moscow is facing up to five years in prison for taking part in opposition protests. His case has rallied a new generation of Russians.By Lucian Kim.
 
NPR's David Greene talks to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey about why she opposes the agreement with Purdue Pharma that settles the company's role in the opioid epidemic.
 
NPR's Noel King talks to Ellen Wald, author of Saudi, Inc., which explores Aramco and the history of the Saudi energy industry. Before the weekend drone attack, bankers were working on Aramco's IPO.
 
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with author Attica Locke about her latest book: Heaven, My Home. The story picks up with Darren Matthews, the same protagonist from her previous novel Bluebird, Bluebird.
 
The Amish country of Lancaster, Pa., is changing as only about a third of the fast-growing religious group still farm. Most Amish heads of household work in businesses and construction these days.By Rachel McDevitt.
 
In one of the most ridiculous rulings ever, the LA supreme court has ruled that a man who asked for a "lawyer, dog" was asking for a "Lawyer-Dog," which does not exist.http://www.lehtoslaw.comBy Lehto's Law.
 
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