- Examining the F.A.A. standoff
After dealing with the debt crisis, Senate negotiators failed on Tuesday to end the standoff over financing for the Federal Aviation Administration. Now, 4,000 agency employees are out of work and tens of thousands of airport construction workers are idled. Former chief counsel to the FAA joins us to discuss developments.9:06 a.m.
Andrew B. Steinberg: Former chief counsel to the FAA during the Bush administration. He is currently a partner in the Washington D.C. office of the international law firm Jones Day.
- 10 things your parents won't tell you
Talking about family finances can get uncomfortable. Especially when it comes to telling a child, "You're not in the will." Kelli Grant and Lynn Ballou join us to discuss other sensitive financial subjects and give advice on how to deal with them.9:20 a.m.
Kelli B. Grant: Senior Consumer Reporter, SmartMoney.com.
Lynn Ballou: Managing Partner of Ballou Plum Wealth Advisors in Lafayette, California. Lynn is a Certified Financial Planner, Enrolled Agent (EA), and Registered Principal with LPL Financial.
- How to create a cash cushion
A recent survey indicated that nearly half of American households couldn't come up with $2000 in cash within thirty days. In this recession that just won't quit, what are you doing to build an emergency cash cushion?10:06 a.m.
Ruth Hayden: A nationally recognized personal financial consultant, educator, and author.
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