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
April 7, 2020 10 min
In this episode KT discusses: ·     What travel might look like in 2020 ·     Staycations could be coming back ·     Gas prices are hitting once-in-a-decade lows          Key Takeaways: ·     Consider a road trip ·     The market always rebounds ·     Now might be the time to buy and enjoy the recovery Quote: “Everybody always says, every single time, ‘this time it’s different.’ After almost 30 years as an investor, what I’ll say to you is ‘no its not.’ Someday people will start eating out again and they’ll stop hoarding toilet paper. ” – KT If you are a successfully renting your home contact KT at kathleen@ktmoneymatters.com 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  Some theme music provided by Stay Positive by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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