January 04, 2020 | The Ric Edelman Show
 
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The Ric Edelman Show: January 4, 2020

Duration: 1:22:51

On this episode:

  • It’s Crazy That 21 Percent of Millionaires Have Credit Card Debt
  • How Do You Grow Lettuce in Dubai and What Does Artificial Intelligence Sound Like?
  • Did Your Parents Teach You About Financial Responsibility?
  • Here’s Why You Should Let Your Family Know What You’re Doing With Money

On this episode:

It’s Crazy That 21 Percent of Millionaires Have Credit Card Debt

Duration: 1:44

Why do so many wealthy people have credit card debt when it might cost 18 percent or more in interest? Listen to Ric Edelman share more fascinating financial figures and an important rule change for your retirement plan at work.

How Do You Grow Lettuce in Dubai and What Does Artificial Intelligence Sound Like?

Duration: 5:20
Times are changing fast and technology is forever altering how you experience the world. Listen to Ric Edelman share the latest exciting breakthroughs in exponential technologies.

Did Your Parents Teach You About Financial Responsibility?

Duration: 3:48
Among wealthy people, about 75 percent said yes. Listen to Ric Edelman explain why this is important and share the one piece of advice that solves most financial problems.

Here’s Why You Should Let Your Family Know What You’re Doing With Money

Duration: 4:20
It’s been more than two years since rocker Tom Petty died and his will is still being contested in court. Listen to Ric Edelman reveal why and explain the reason you should share your estate planning with your family.

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