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For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has supercharged financial stress. This episode features Jeff Sobieralski, TCU's Director of Financial Wellness and Wellbeing, discussing how to manage your money to build financial security, even during challenging economic times.
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The pandemic has created widespread economic challenges that can be disastrous for retirement plans. Waylon Peterson, TCU President of Investment Services discusses how to approach retirement savings amid the current volatility.
Read an excerpt of the conversation.
Waylon Peterson was named one of Bank Investment Consultant’s Top 30 Bank Program Managers. Read more
Certell.org co-founder Fred Fransen discusses how technology can help the process of learning, but cannot replace the role of the teacher and traditional classrooms.
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Heather Meixel, president and CEO of Bamar Plastics, and Quality Engineer Nivedha Vijayakumar discuss how diversification has helped weather the coronavirus storm.
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The Shoemaker family, Chris and Katrina, and their son, Adam, discuss how they adapted and innovated their restaurant in order to survive.
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