Jordan Goodman is America's Money Answers Man because he has been answering financial questions for over 40 years. He has written 13 books & is host of the Money Answers show on VoiceAmerica Business & is a frequent guest on radio and TV shows across the country.
Major publications are starting to mention the R word – Recession. All while the markets are gyrating wildly and we hit new debt levels.
My guest is Jordan Goodman, America’s Money Answers Manto explain it all: what’s happening in China, why our debt is really bad, what an inverse yield curve is and what it may mean, plus the jobless rate and why companies can’t hire the people they need!
Jordan Goodman is one of the country’s best-known personal finance journalists and authors, appearing frequently on national radio and television call-in shows to answer consumer questions on how to save and invest wisely. With 13 books under his belt, including the encyclopedic 992-page Everyone’s Money Book, he joins host Dean Rotbart this week to dispense insightful personal finance recommendations with a special emphasis on the finances of small business owners and entrepreneurs. If you’ve got solid financial assets, Jordan will share his advice on how to generate even more of them. If you’ve got too much debt, he’s got a lot to say about how to offload it.
Jordan Goodman is known as America’s Money Answers Man because he has been answering Americans’ questions about personal finance for over 40 years. His website is moneyanswers.com and he is the host of the weekly Money Answers Radio Show on the VoiceAmerica Business Network. He was the Wall Street Correspondent at MONEY Magazine for 18 years and has written 13 books on financial topics including the Barron’s Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms, Master Your Debt, Everyone’s Money Book and Fast Profits in Hard Times. He is a frequent guest on national and local TV and radio shows across the country, speaking on personal financial issues.
Jordan Goodman joins Host Dave Marash on Marash's show Here & There to talk about Trump's Tax Reform Act of 2017. Marash and Goodman discuss how the tax act's intended beneficiaries, big corporations and ultra wealthy individuals, are benefitting and what the supposed trickle down affect is doing for those less with less than enormous wealth.
Jordan Goodman joins Host Dave Marash on Marash's show Here & Now to talk about Trump's Tax Reform Act of 2017. Marash and Goodman discuss how the tax act's intended beneficiaries, big corporations and ultra wealthy individuals, are benefitting and what the supposed trickle down affect is doing for those less with less than enormous wealth.
Jordan joins Host Kerry Lutz to talk about why the Millenials are the greatest generation, the current economic expansion and an update on the trade war with China.
Jordan Goodman talks with Host Mitch Stephen about different ways to save money on your home. Goodman and Stephen discuss paying off your home loan in 5-7 years, lowering your car loan payment, making sure your bank is handling your mortgage and escrow payments correctly, and more.
Jordan talks with Host Reed Goossens about the 6 different personality types for how we manage money and why understanding your money type can be quite powerful.
Jordan Goodman talks with Howard Kurtz about the 1.5 trillion dollars of student debt, why that number is growing so fast and why student debt is such a problem. Jordan's portion of the podcast starts midway at 13 minutes in.