Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 9:00pm
Despite having Social Security, perhaps a pension and other forms of income, you may need to rely on your nest egg for retirement. In this week’s On Your Money, Joy Cardin’s guest financial expert explains how much you can withdraw each year to make your money last. Plus, she discusses what a financial adviser’s credentials mean, when debt can be useful, and answers your personal finance questions.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014, 6:00am
College students are starting a new year with new classes—and new roommates. But no matter what your place in life, sharing an apartment with someone can come with rewards and challenges. Joy Cardin's guest discusses how to deal with a far-from-ideal roomie, and welcomes your stories of horror, happiness, and lessons you learned.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014, 7:00am
Officials in Appleton and Chippewa County are scheduled to vote in the days ahead on whether to collect a wheel tax to help pay for road maintenance. Joy Cardin’s guest journalist discusses the arguments for and against the concept, and invites you to weigh in on this week’s Big Question: Would you support a wheel tax in your community?
Wednesday, September 3, 2014, 8:00am
The internet has created a world of constant connectivity, instant information, and sometimes endless distractions. According to Joy Cardin’s guest author, this has been a gain and a loss for us. He also says that as new generations grow up completely immersed in this digital world, it’s important to recreate at least some of the slower, quieter, and even lonelier past world.