The Safe Money Hour with Thom Brueckner

The Safe Money Hour with Thom Brueckner

Safe-Money-Hour-Logo“The Safe Money Hour with Thom Brueckner” is our weekly radio program covering the financial markets, the economy, politics, current events, and government policy, as they impact the financial needs of New England retirees over the age of 50. Thom will examine both the challenges and benefits of the products and strategies commonly recommended to retirees. He will also look at the alternatives that have spared all of his and his company’s clients the substantial market losses of the last 10-plus years.

“The Safe Money Hour with Thom Brueckner” show can be heard each Friday at 9:00 a.m. on WFEA 1370-AM.

Click here for Thom’s website and highlights from previous radio shows.

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