KTs Money Matters

KTs Money Matters

Working with your investments, retirement, insurance, estate or tax planning or just dealing with everyday expenses- your money matters. Let KT Thomas help you make the most of it. This is Money Matters.... Show More
November 20, 2019 33 min
In this episode Andy Graning joins KT to discuss: ·     What it means to cut the (cable) cord ·     What does a Roku or a Fire TV Stick do ·     KT’s 4 steps to lowering your cable bill Key Takeaways: ·     Don’t quit cable cold turkey ·     Figure out what shows and channels you need ·     The power of an antenna Quotes: “I think cable cutting is great. I will preach it to anyone that will listen, but for you it might not be the best option.” – Andy Graning “I personally think everybody could save a little bit of money on home entertainment and internet. I encourage you to open that (cable bill) and give it a shot.” – KT Click here to reach KT  See KT’s interview on C-Suite Network’s Best Seller TV Connect with KT Thomas: http://ktsmoneymatters.com/ Purchase KT’s book- The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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