What is Your Motivation?
Howard Dayton and Steve Moore discuss a few of the motives that affect our spending patterns, our saving habits, as well as how we are generous towards others. Then they tackle listener questions at 800-525-7000 and MoneyWise@Compass1.org:
- "The hospital that I work at wants all of their nurses to have a bachelors degree. I am 54 years old and am not sure when I would like to retire. Is it smart for me to spend the money to get this degree?"
- "What is the best way to save money for my childrens' education? Should I pay for all of it, or should they have to pay for some?"
- "I have been using some of my retirement to pay expenses for my husband and me, is this a wise idea?"
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