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.
As developers move in to build new mega-mansions in Sag Harbor, the Wall Street Journal's Leslie Brody discusses how residents are pushing to preserve their sense of community in the popular New York summer spot.
Univest Wealth Management's David Geibel breaks down key tips for millennials who want to break free from their parents, with a look at the most common misconceptions about living at home, and how to set a manageable time frame for moving out.
Adrienne Penta, co-founder of the Center for Women & Wealth at Brown Brothers Harriman, talks about the funding gap that exists for women in business, and what female entrepreneurs can do to bring in more money for their companies.
Tax and estate lawyer Wendy Hartmann breaks down what LGBT couples need to know about estate planning, including the determining factors of needing an estate plan, and how execute that plan financially.
Teaching your family history to your children ties in closely to wealth, says Michael Cole of Ascent Private Capital Management. He tells Watching Your Wealth's Veronica Dagher that family history is where our values come from.
Jonathan Mordoch, co-author of "The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty," discusses what wealthy families can learn from families of lesser means.
The Wall Street Journal's Anne Tergesen discusses emerging concepts and specializations within the evolving new trends of socially responsible investments.
The Wall Street Journal's Michael Wursthorn discusses why financial advisers tend to switch firms, and offers tips on what clients can do should their adviser change jobs.
Vanguard founder and investing legend Jack Bogle gives expert advice for folks looking to retire soon. Plus, key investing tips for millennials and insight on how to stay the course despite constant market uncertainty.
Adam Lipsic, Partner at Hersh Mannis, discusses the main reasons people use private judges and breaks down everything you need to know about hiring one.
As more millennials in their thirties start helping their parents with money, JoycePayne Partners' Michael Joyce talks about what to consider and how it makes the most sense financially.
Natixis Global Asset Management's Marina Gross breaks down the main risks and opportunities investors are facing in the market's current climate.
Even though active mangers often say otherwise, the Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig explains how history proves that stock pickers will under-perform market averages.
The Wall Street Journal's Michael Wursthorn talks about why figuring out how to pay your financial adviser can be so confusing, and breaks down exactly how much your adviser should ultimately get.
With the 2017 NFL Draft in tow, Drew Hawkins, Head of Morgan Stanley's Global Sports & Entertainment practice, offers key money advice for future NFL stars, and breaks down the best financial strategy to follow after receiving a multi-million dollar NFL deal.
Amid the highly anticipated 2017 NFL Draft, former New York Jet Bart Scott offers financial tips to NFL draft prospects.
Exponent Philanthropy's Henry Berman discusses how to go about joining a nonprofit board, including the right questions to ask and how to best prepare for possible challenges. Plus, key advice for organizations that want to get more millennials on their board.
TD Bank's Julie Pukas discusses how families of all wealth levels struggle with credit card debt, and how to strategize the best plan to start paying it off.
The Wall Street Journal's Paul Vigna breaks down all things bitcoin with a primer on the new digital currency and what you should know if you're thinking about investing.
Beth Kobliner, author of "Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You're Not)" discusses how parents can best start a conversation about money with their children, and breaks down the most productive ways to inform them about finances.
Advise Finance's Rose Swanger breaks down everything you need to know about how to plan financially when you've been diagnosed with a serious illness.
Meltzer Lippe's Avi Kestenbaum discuses how to best go about managing your children's inheritance, and whether they should receive assets jointly or separately.
MMD Realty's Michelle Farber Ross talks how to identity exactly what you're looking for in an investment property and how you can best organize your finances to attain one.
Altfest Personal Wealth Management's Paul Palazzo joins Veronica Dagher to offer expert advice to listeners' personal finance questions.
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.