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Feb 14, 2017

Hour 1: Aired on Tuesday, February 14, 2017

- Ken Coleman, Chris Brown and Chris Hogan talk about Valentine's Day and Chris Brown's V-Day blog at Stewardship.com. 

- Trevor (Louisville, KY) is in Baby Step 2. Should they buy term life insurance?

- Tracy (Boston, MA) isn't sure where paying the IRS should fit into the debt snowball. 

- Rick's question from Twitter gets answered. How much should he spend on a Valentine's gift for his girlfriend?

- Roger (San Francisco, CA) asks if whole life insurance is a bad thing. 

- James (Everett, WA) wants to use his mutual funds to pay down debt. 

- Thomas (Atlanta, GA) has a small business that is not doing so hot. How can he fix it?

- Rob (Hartford, CT) asks if filling out the FAFSA is required. 

- Jennifer (Columbia, MD) was recently divorced. They sold the house. What should she do with the $179,000 from the sale?

- Ken, Chris, and Chris answer Jenny's question from Twitter. She's saving up for a vacation. Should she book her flights with a credit card?

- David (Memphis, TN) has a goal of moving to NYC without debt. How should he apply his savings?

- Kelsey (San Diego, CA) has $15,000 in student loans. Her husband is deployed in the military. When should she start paying them off?

- Nate (Springfield, MO) is leaving a job that provided housing. Should they buy or rent? 

 

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