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This Week's Episode of On Your Money
September 30th, 2014

On this week’s show Joy and I discussed a fall to-do list, high-interest car loans, what to do with an old life insurance policy, and preventing and mitigating things that can go wrong with you cell phone. 

Some of the websites we mentioned:

Working Cars for Working Families

Life insurance reviews available from Peter Katt, Glenn Daily, and the Consumer Federation

Find a place to get a flu shot

That's all for now. Send your questions and comments to onyourmoney@wpr.org, or contact me directly at kevin@onyourmoney.com. Until next time . . .

Spend less, have more!



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The price of protein
10/19/14
Overview:

     According to a recent survey conducted by the good people at “The NPD Group”, more than half of American shoppers say that they are looking to add more protein to their diets.

     And if you’ve toured the supermarket aisles recently, it’s obvious that food manufacturers and marketers are going to great lengths to meet that demand, mostly by selling you their specially-formulated and usually-higher-priced protein-fortified products.

     But you may not need as much protein as you think, and there

are several ways to get what you do need without spending a

fortune.


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