Mar 12, 2019
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In this episode of the Sound Financial Bites Podcast, Paul and Cory break down a recent Kiplinger article to show how financial media should be viewed and consumed. Financial literature, for the most part, is written for the benefit of advertisers and it is imperative that the audience views them with a healthy amount of skepticism and concern. Paul and Cory discuss the importance of understanding opinion from fact, gathering those facts and then questioning what financial impact this information has on us as individuals.
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