Is Franchising a Good Fit For You, Social Security Matters for the Youth, & Selling in a Seller’s Market, Episode 206

On the Show

Tina’s special segment this week:
Money Chat: Common Appraisal Questions & Facts

Joining Tina in the studio this week:

Mark Petticord is the owner of SuccessMentor Systems where he teaches, trains and coaches on leadership and business development. As a franchise broker and business development professional, Mark provides his services to qualified clients desiring to get started in their own business. As your consultant and advocate, he will help you hone in and focus on discovering exactly what you need in a business investment and help you compare several franchise concepts. In The Money Hour segment today, Mark helps us decide if franchising is a good fit or not.

Andy Landis is one of the nation’s foremost authorities on Social Security and Medicare, as a nationally-known author, speaker, and consultant. He is the author of the best-selling book, “SOCIAL SECURITY: THE INSIDE STORY,” called the “Social Security bible” and available from Amazon. He is a regular blogger for the Wall Street Journal’s “MarketWatch” site. He has appeared on TV’s Fox Business News and PBS, and is a frequent guest on radio. Andy’s background includes working at the Social Security Administration, AARP, Boeing, and his own practice, Thinking Retirement. In The Money Hour segment today, Andy discusses how much social security should matter to the youth.

Sandi Tampa with Windermere Real Estate is a skilled veteran with 12 years of residential Real Estate experience. Sandi is a highly accredited Managing Broker. Her credentials include Accredited Buyer’s Representative, Certified Residential Specialist and Master Certified Negotiating Expert. She specializes in applying her local expertise and market knowledge to her business. Sandi has worked with in every facet of the industry representing sellers, buyers and investors. In The Money Hour segment today, Sandi talks about multiple offer strategies.

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