3:12 - Real Wealth Network CEO Kathy Fettke on the trend of seniors delaying paying off their mortgage and using the money to invest.
1:55 - Shopper's Market: Summer travel tips
6:45 - Credit.com's Adam Levin on why closing your credit card accounts can hurt you long term
3:30 - Susquehana Financial Group analyst Rachel Rothman on the fast food war.
3:41 - Travelocity CEO Terry Jones talks business and the state of the travel industry.
4:17 - Consumer Reports Deputy Auto Editor Jeff Bartlett on the best luxury sports cars on the market.
4:39 - StudentAdvisor.com Editor-in-Chief Dean Tsouvalas on the steps to maximizing your financial aid for school.
2:08 - Personal Capital CEO Bill Harris on how investors can learn from the investment strategies of the super rich.
1:12 - Personal Capital CEO Bill Harris on the investment strategies of the very wealthy.
6:33 - Maneesh Goyal and David Munczinki offer tips and advice on how to turn a passion into a full-time job
3:52 - Credit.com Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler on how consumers can rebuild their credit scores.
3:58 - HousingWire Executive Editor Jacob Gaffney on the outlook for the housing market in Texas.
4:09 - Travel expert Mark Murphy on the pros and cons of using layaway plans to pay for a vacation.
3:48 - Clinical Psychologist Dr. Kathryn Smerling compares the differences between Millenials and Baby Boomers.
4:35 - Internist Dr. Sue DeCotiis on Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a preventative double mastectomy after finding out she had a cancer gene.
1:28 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on how the scandals and gridlock in Washington could impact your money and investments.
3:41 - Dr. Arlene Sussman of Brookhaven Memorial Hospital on preventative breast cancer measures and costs.
3:53 - Registered dietitian Laura Cipullo compares the food at Subway and McDonald’s.
3:13 - ‘College (Un)Bound’ author Jeff Selingo argues the big business of college is hurting students’ education.
1:37 - Shopper's Market: Retailer's efforts to clean up image
2:49 - Blue Chip Exec CEO Scott Langmack discusses how his company is helping recent grads find jobs.
8:21 - Author Rip Esselstyn on the health benefits of a plant based diet and his new book, “My Beef with Meat”.
6:37 - Patrick Kelly maps out simple step-by-step instructions in his new book, ‘Stress-Free Retirement’
7:51 - Free-Range Kids founder Lenore Skenazy on the lack of freedom given to today’s children.
2:55 - FBN’s John Stossel on the pioneer spirit that made America great.
4:10 - Radio host Patrick Dorinson on the lack of self-reliance in today’s society.
3:57 - Farecompare.com CEO Rick Seaney on the best airlines for cashing in your miles.
3:31 - Consumer Reports prescription drugs editor Lisa Gill on the reasons why prescription drugs have dropped in cost this year.
3:42 - Personal finance expert Jordan Goodman weighs in on whether you should consider purchasing disability insurance.
8:11 - Sam Liang says today’s retirees invested too much of their money, and never learned to save
6:04 - Hartford Financial Chairman Liam McGee weighs in on this year’s hurricane forecast, from an insurer’s standpoint.
2:20 - George Mason’s Anthony Sanders on the 23% drop in foreclosure’s in April.
9:38 - Author and actor Steve Schrippa on his new book, “Big Daddy’s Rules”.
7:39 - Author and actor Steve Schrippa on his new book, “Big Daddy’s Rules”.
2:56 - ‘What You’re Really Meant to Do’ author Rob Kaplan on the steps to find the career that is the best match for you.
4:57 - Consumer Reports Senior Editor Tod Marks on the issues that irk patients the most during doctor visits.
4:06 - Pet lifestyle expert Laura Nativo on the potential benefits of health insurance for your pet.
1:45 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on the rise in consumer spending.
4:43 - ACLU privacy expert Chris Calabrese on the FTC crackdown on data brokers selling consumer information.
7:00 - Economist Peter Morici, attorney Richard Roth and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on a new bill that would give employees the option of getting paid for overtime or getting more time off.
5:03 - MaxFunds.com co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and Surevest Capital Jeremy Kisner on the outlook for the markets.
3:34 - Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on the state’s falling unemployment rate.
4:24 - Medical internist Dr. Sue Decotiis on the different types of weight-loss surgeries.
4:02 - Wall Street Journal Columnist Elizabeth Bernstein on how to avoid revealing too much, particularly online.
2:58 - The Online 401(K) CEO Chad Parks on the hidden fees in consumers’ retirement accounts.
4:40 - M&T Bank vice president Drew Kessler on data showing banks loosening lending standards.
6:27 - WNBA President Laurel J. Richie, Ingredion CEO Ilene Gordon and Rep. Susan Brooks, (R-Ind.), on why the Girl Scouts produce so many women leaders.
4:02 - Reason Foundation director of economic research Anthony Randazzo on the rise in student loan debt and its impact on the economy.
6:54 - Economic Policy Institute’s Christian Dorsey, economist Lindsey Piegza and former George W. Bush Political Director Matt Schlapp on many colleges reducing tuition costs.
3:20 - Lending Club founder Renaud Laplanche on Google changing the way consumers can get loans online.
4:51 - Caryn Kaufman Communications’ Caryn Kaufman on calls to create a National Compassion Fund.
2:53 - Kathryn Vasel lays out strategies to get ahead
5:25 - Carrie Sloan with five money facts that experienced Mom's have learned while in the midst of having a baby
5:46 - Nancy Jordan talks about some issues you might not consider regarding your mom and her cash
5:59 - DuPont Executive V.P. Jim Borel says being open to various types of opportunities has been critical in his climb to the top at the blue-chip chemical giant.
3:28 - Christies' impressionist Brooke Lampley on investing in artwork.
3:47 - Chris Kahn of Bankrate.com breaks down the best retirement spots.
3:28 - FOXCarreport.com editor Gary Gastelu on the 2014 Chevy Silverado High Country.
2:29 - While it’s clear financial literacy needs to be improved, there’s debate on who should be making the lessons: teachers, parents, or a combination of both.
0:55 - Berkshire Hathaway shareholders talk about why 35,000 people make the trek to the annual meeting, and if the meeting would still be a draw without CEO Warren Buffett.