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Feb 14, 2017

Hour 2: Aired on Tuesday, February 14, 2017

- Ken Coleman and Chris Hogan welcome Christy Wright to the show to talk Valentine's Day. 

- Leslie (Fort Smith, AR) is considering cashing in her whole life policy.

- Jeremy (Greenville, NC) is preparing to join the Coast Guard Reserves. How can he set himself up money-wise for the time he'll be away from work?

- Ken, Chris and Christy discuss Christy's new book, "Business Boutique," the pre-sale special, and the 1-day events. 

- Ken, Chris and Christy answer Jeff's question from Facebook. He's saving for an engagement ring. What's a reasonable amount to pay while on Baby Step 4?

- Kara (Dayton, OH) needs to file taxes on two home-based business, but doesn't know how. 

- Jake (Milwaukee, WI) wants to get his wife on board. 

- Mike (Portland, OR) is thinking about selling rental property to liquidate the cash and invest it. 

- Sarah gets her Facebook question answered. Is it ever a good idea to go into debt to start a business?

- Joseph (New York, NY) asks how to handle sinking funds in his budget. 

- Michelle (Pueblo, CO) has a 17-year-old who is headed to college with leftover money. 

- Ken, Chris and Christy answer Blake's question from Twitter. He's getting married next month. Any advice?

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