WASHINGTON (3/25/13)--Sunday H&FF Radio dug into how to invest during sequestration, steeled for the rapidly advancing April 15, and planned the perfect vacation.
In this episode, which you can listen to on the Internet, host Paul Berry, Washington, D.C., journalist and broadcaster, discussed these topics with special guests:
"Sequestering Your Dollars." Michael Farr, president of investment firm Farr, Miller & Washington, Washington, D.C., imparted some financial wisdom about where--and where not--to put your dollars during these times of government austerity. Farr also explained why the market is making leaps and bounds amid so much uncertainty.
"The Tax Man Cometh." Eric Smith, a spokesperson for the Internal Revenue Service, Washington, D.C., reminded listeners T-Day, April 15, is imminent and shared changes in the tax rules that could affect their filing.
"Travel Like an Expert." Susan Tanzman, president of Martin Travel & Tours, Los Angeles, gave the dos and don'ts of planning a successful vacation.
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For related information, read "EITC can help taxpayers, if they're aware" and "Do You Need a Travel Agent?" in the Home & Family Finance Resource Center