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The Ric Edelman Show: April 13, 2019

Duration: 1:22:37

On this episode:

  • Shark Tank Star Kevin O’Leary Visits The Ric Edelman Show
  • The Top Half of Taxpayers Pay 98 Percent of All Taxes
  • Nearly Half of College Graduates Regret This One Thing
  • Why Aren't Stocks Splitting As Often Today?

On this episode:

Shark Tank Star Kevin O’Leary Visits The Ric Edelman Show

Duration: 12:21

Best known as Mr. Wonderful from the hit TV series Shark Tank, Kevin O’Leary joins the show. What you might not know is that Kevin runs a robust investment management business. Plus, he works hard to improve financial education in this country. Listen to Ric Edelman talk with Kevin about how people can improve their finances.

The Top Half of Taxpayers Pay 98 Percent of All Taxes

Duration: 11:03

Do you know how to file for an extension on your taxes? Maybe you received a refund this year, or you could be trying to cope with paying a big tax bill. Listen to Ric Edelman provide some much-needed relief, explain some unbelievable aspects of our tax code, and share tips to keep your taxes in order.

Nearly Half of College Graduates Regret This One Thing

Duration: 7:17

A recent survey found that nearly half of college graduates regret not receiving an education in personal finance. That’s why Mark Tibergien stopped by the show. He’s the chief executive officer of Pershing Advisor Solutions and a philanthropist. Listen to Ric Edelman ask Mark why and how he’s improving financial literacy in America.

Why Aren’t Stocks Splitting As Often Today?

Duration: 6:06

A listener has dividend reinvestment plans with three stocks and his portfolio is worth about $210,000. He calls the show and wants to know why these stocks are not splitting as often as they once did. He liked to buy more shares at a lower price after the split. Listen to Ric Edelman explain why stock splits are gimmicks and companies aren’t offering them as often as they once did.

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Financial Engines Advisors, L.LC. is America's largest defined contribution managed account provider by assets according to the "Top-Eight Managed Account Sponsors by DC Assets, 4Q 2016 – 4Q 2018" Cerulli Associates, The Cerulli Edge-Retirement Edition. 1Q 2019; data as of Q4 2018. Data is derived from Cerulli's industry surveys and individual company financial statements. For more information see

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