Covering all the investment and retirement planning advice you need, the Watching Your Wealth podcast keeps you on top of your future. Join Veronica Dagher and other experts as they offer financial tips for building and keeping your wealth.
The Wall Street Journal's Anne Tergesen discusses the challenges people who are self-employed face when planning for retirement, and the benefits and options available to them.
Speak Up World's Jennifer Wilkov discusses why it's so difficult for people to speak up about finances and talks about the steps you can take to feel better about communicating about money.
Alexa von Tobel, founder and CEO of LearnVest.com, explains why 68 percent of Americans in relationships say that finances cause more tension with their partner than their sex life does, and offers key advice on how to best communicate about money.
Divorce lawyer and author Jacqueline Newman talks why this time of year is known as "Divorce Season," and why the wealthy often have different issues to contend with than others.
Sportscasting legend Brent Musburger discusses the secrets to his success in the business of broadcasting, and why he's betting on his Vegas Stats & Information Network, a new streaming platform dedicated to sports gambling.
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig discusses new research which shows how the confidence of others can influence our decisions, and how to avoid acting on the assertions of our peers when investing. Plus, a look at what Dow 20000 means in the long run for investors.
Jonathan Mariner, former MLB CFO and founder of TaxDay, talks about why it's so attractive for some states to go after mulit-state taxpayers and outlines what you can do to avoid getting audited.
Looking for a new way to invest? Pagnato Karp's Paul Pagnato breaks down some recession resilient real estate options currently being eyed by wealthy investors.
TIAA's Cindy Wilson explains why it's so hard to cut back on expenses and lays out how joy-based spending can ensure the majority of our money goes to fueling our dreams and goals.
As the market continues to rise to new levels, the Wall Street Journal's Anne Tergesen joins Veronica Dagher to break down the many questions on shareholders' minds, and what the Dow Jones Industrial Average at 20000 ultimately means for investors.
Ellen Israelson, Vice President of Philanthropic Services and CMO for the Jewish Communal Fund, discusses how to map out the best strategy for charitable giving with advice on the best ways to do our research and how to prioritize our values.
Mary Deatherage of Morgan Stanley's Private Wealth Management joins Veronica Dagher to discuss why parents are starting to delay the first release of inheritance money to their kids and the new structuring taking shape for the millennial generation.
David Donabedian, Chief Investment Officer at Atlantic Trust, joins Veronica Dagher to break down how Donald Trump's election could impact investors and how long we can expect the resulting market volatility to last.
Bernstein Global Wealth Management's Lisa Stone joins Veronica Dagher to discuss the fear woman face about losing wealth or becoming poor in their older years and the important steps they can take to avoid financial uncertainty later in life.
Michelle Chapin, attorney with Paley Rothman, joins Veronica Dagher to talk the current state of Paid Family Leave and where the presidential candidates stand should they be elected.
Global Security Group's David Katz is a security expert who's provided services to CEOs, celebrities and corporate executives. He joins Veronica Dagher to discuss the important steps the wealthy should consider taking before travelling.
As more investors look for non-traditional investment opportunities, the Wall Street Journal's Lisa Beilfuss joins Veronica Dagher to discuss what it means to be a passive investor and why it's becoming a popular strategy on Wall Street.
3EDGE Asset Management's Stephen Cucchiaro joins Veronica Dagher to discuss why investors are so passionate about gold and what you need to know if you're thinking about joining them.
Veronica Dagher is joined by McDermott Will & Emery's Carlyn McCaffrey to discuss the estate and gift tax plans of a Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton presidency -- and what it means for planning your estate.
Watching Your Wealth's Election Special: The next four years could bring growth, shrinkage or potentially no change at all to Social Security. Ed Slott & Co's Jeff Levine talks what its future holds under a Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton presidency.
Watching Your Wealth's Election Special: Veronica Dagher is joined by Wilmington Trust's Carol Kroch to breakdown the deductions, brackets, tax breaks and increases that could be seen in the income tax plans of a Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton presidency.
Who inherits the summer cottage can be a touchy subject. Watching Your Wealth's Veronica Dagher talks with Lee Miller of Glenmede Trust, who says family members need to have an honest discussion on how a vacation home passes from one generation to the next.
Northwestern Mutual's Chantel Bonneau discusses new findings on how millennials think about and manage money, and whether or not they're feeling optimistic about their financial futures.
Equity Concepts' Canon Hickman walks us through the one of the most personal and emotional decision working folks often face -- quitting their jobs to be full-time parents.
Curtis Dahl, of Joseph & Curtis Custom Wine Cellars, manages wine cellars for wealthy clients and celebrities. He joins Veronica Dagher with everything you need to know about creating the perfect wine cellar.
While owning always has its benefits, sometimes it makes more sense to lease. Investopedia's David Siegel discusses the best ways to lease luxury.
Spencer Jakab, deputy editor of the Wall Street Journal's Heard on the Street, discusses the bad habits of ineffective investors, and his new book, "Heads I Win, Tails I Win" -- a deep dive into exactly how investing really works.
Psychologist and behavioral finance expert, Dr. Daniel Crosby of Brinker Capital, explains how to avoid getting too emotional when the stock market plunges. Then, what to do if you're the victim of a financial scam.