NBC’S TODAY SHOW – MONEY 911 – SEPTEMBER 19, 2012

If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY show Money 911 segment- be sure to check it out now!  Today on the panel we answered viewer questions about dealing with a low home appraisal and how to stop the process on a short sale. Enjoy! 

Live Rich,
David Bach

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – July 11, 2012

If you missed me on NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 this morning make sure to watch the segment now! This week we discussed if debt consolidation will hurt your credit score if the loan’s in your partner’s name, refinancing a mortgage on a condo when there is a lawsuit involving the condo association, and safe online survey websites to make some extra summer cash.

Hope our answers helped you!

Live Rich,
David Bach

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – June 5, 2012

If you missed NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 this morning, make sure to watch the segment now. We had tons of great questions from the viewers, and helpful tips from the panel.  We answered questions on how to pay down student loans, what to do with the money you get from selling your home, and what you can and can’t use a 529 plan for.

Plus, I would like to take a minute to welcome our new intern, Jonathan to the FinishRich team. We are thrilled to have him helping us out for the summer! Today, he got to take a peek behind the scenes of Money 911.

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Live Rich,
David Bach

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – May 16, 2012

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If you missed NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 segment this morning, make sure to watch it now. This week we discussed how to take advantage of cell phone loyalty programs, whether to use extra money to pay of student loans or put towards a home, and what to do about collection agencies harassing you about your debt. Hopefully our answers helped you this week. If you have a question you would like answered on Money 911, go HERE to submit it!

 

Live Rich,

David Bach

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 and Retirement Planning Live Chat – May 9, 2012

If you missed NBC’s Today Show –  Money 911 this morning make sure to watch the segment now! Today we answered questions on whether or not to take your Social Security, whether someone is paying too high of a fee for their investments,  and where to find grants and scholarships if you are an active duty military spouse trying to go back to school.

After Money 911, I stuck around for a Live Web Chat on Today.com, where I answered your Retirement Questions – check out the archive HERE . Lots of great questions and answers you won’t want to miss this info!

Live Rich,

David Bach

 

 

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – May 2, 2012

If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY show – Money 911 make sure to watch the segment now, we had a great time as always, with lots of laughs and tons of information. This week we helped viewers with what do to help pay for college loans, gave advice on what to do with a home you’re growing out of, and how to distribute a mutual fund to help pay for your child’s college education.

Live Rich,

David Bach

 

 

NBC’s Today Show – Money 911 – April 18, 2012

If you missed me this morning on NBC’s TODAY show, Money 911 segment make sure to watch it now. We answered questions about tax liens, what to do if your mortgage is upside down, and paying taxes when it comes to cashing in an inherited IRA. Take a minute to check out the segment, our answers could help you or someone close to you!

Live Rich,
David Bach

 

Today.com – 6 Tips For Saving More At The Grocery Store

This week on Today.com, I helped a Facebook fan with her question on how to save on groceries. Check out my 6 tips for saving money at the grocery store and watch the video above.

Our Facebook friend Michelle asks: How do you save the most money on groceries when you live in a small town and only one grocery store? The next town with more grocery stores is about a half an hour away.

My advice:

1)      Organize a trip and carpool to the grocery store(s) that are a half an hour away with friends in your area – make sure you go to the best place, with the best prices.  

2)      Look into “big box” locations like, Costco, Wal-Mart or Kmart to see what prices they have available.

3)      Shop Online for foods and other household goods if you can. Here you can save money from the comfort of your home AND save the gas money.

4)      Look to see if the online grocery retailers available in your area offer free shipping. Many times if you spend a certain amount on your groceries or household goods they will have this as an option—if they do, try to take advantage of it! (Just make sure you don’t over spend to take advantage of the shipping.)

5)      Do your research and look for coupons online.  Some sites out there right now are: CouponMom.com, DealSeekingMom.com, BeFrugal.com.

6)      Check out the grocery store’s website for their current deals and sales.

I hope these quick tips help! Now I want to know, what’s the best tip YOU have when it comes to saving on groceries?

Live Rich,

David Bach