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Listen and Learn with Jim

Host of "More Living with Jim Brogan"

Saturdays at 9 am on NewsTalk 98.7

More Living with Jim Brogan is recognized throughout East Tennessee as the leading source of information for those who are already retired or those who are nearing retirement. Each week, Jim and his expert guests discuss issues like health and fitness, retirement, financial planning, social security, fraud prevention, Medicare and Medicaid, investment advice, prescription drug benefits, and more. Listen to the latest show, as well as archived shows and Jim’s Dollars and Sense and Retirement Minute segments, below.

THIS WEEK’S MORE LIVING WITH JIM BROGAN SHOW

 Celebrating Grandparents & National Grandparents Day
 The Supreme Court is Under Fire
 Market Volatility & Fixing Social Security
 Social Security
 Functional Fitness
 Life in Washington DC & What It's Like in the US Government with Representative Tim Burchett
 Estate Planning Show
 Landscape and Yard Maintenance
 The Moon Landing; Milestones in Retirement
 What Are You Retiring To?
 Freedom & Veterans
 Impact of Technology on Communication
 Economically Driven
 Knoxville Real Estate Show
 If You Live Until ... Can You Afford to Pay For It?
 City of Knoxville's Budget, Updates with Mayor Madeline Rogero
 How Can You Increase Your Net Return?
 Spring Allergies
 Aging in Place in Your Home
 Why Timing Can Make or Break Your Retirement
 Knoxville's Food Scene, Food Trends, & Happenings
 Last Minute Tax Tips, Tax Reform
 Spring Events in Knoxville
 4 Steps to Help You Retire Sooner Than You Thought Possible
 General Nutrition Guidelines, Trends, Foods as You Age
 Changes in Health Insurance
 Popular Travel Destinations, Trends, FAQ
 4 Retirement Tax Bombs That Could Cost You a Small Fortune
 History of Knoxville, How the Past Informed the Future
 Living A Healthy Life
 8 Essential Questions You Must Answer Before You Retire
 Maximizing Women's Health and Fitness

COMPLIMENTARY REVIEW

OUR LATEST DOLLARS AND SENSE SEGMENT

Want to be sure you’re getting the most out of your retirement? For all the years of your retirement? That’s the primary goal of More Living with Jim Brogan and his Dollars and Sense segments. These segments provide you with an important financial tip that will help positively impact the quality of your life and retirement.

 Are We Heading into a Recession?
 Retirement Accounts: The Most Overlooked Area in Estate Plans
 Why Choosing Your Beneficiary is So Important
 Understanding the Restricted Spousal Benefit
 How Are You Going to Pay for College?
 Are We Heading into a Recession?
 Are Your Children Financially Prepared for Life After College?
 How You Can Avoid Outliving Your Retirement Savings
 New Changes in RMDs
 Understanding the Restricted Spousal Benefit
 Buy Low & Sell High: How to Win in Investing
 The Joy of Income
 Are Healthcare Retiree Costs Overblown?
 Tips for Reducing Taxes
 Beware the Flight to Bonds
 Are Your Children Financially Prepared for Life After College?
 How You Can Avoid Outliving Your Retirement Savings
 How Are You Going to Pay for College?
 New Changes in RMDs
 Understanding the Restricted Spousal Benefit
 The Danger of Traditional US Bonds
 The Joy of Income
 How You Can Avoid Outliving Your Retirement Savings
 Are We Heading into a Recession?
 Understanding the Restricted Spousal Benefit
 New Changes in RMDs
 The Joy of Income
 How You Can Avoid Outliving Your Retirement Savings
 Understanding the Restricted Spousal Benefit
 New Changes in RMDs
 Tips for Reducing Taxes
 Tips for Reducing Taxes
 Three Tax Planning Tips for the Years Ahead
 Income Tax Tips
 Tax Tips for Owners of Real Estate and Highly Appreciated Stock
 Understanding the Restricted Spousal Benefit
 Buy Low & Sell High: How to Win in Investing
 Are We Heading into a Recession?
 Are You Chasing Returns Without Even Knowing It?
 Why You Should Beware the Federal Reserve
 New Changes in RMDs
 How Are You Going to Pay for College?
 Beware the Flight to Bonds
 The Danger of Traditional US Bonds
 The Joy of Income

OUR LATEST RETIREMENT MINUTE SEGMENT

Jim’s Retirement Minute segments are short, one minute snippets of audio that include tips and information on the economy, financial planning, and other relevant topics so you can stay up to date on the latest headlines in the financial world

 Retirement Minute: Saturday, August 3rd 2019
 The State of the Stretch IRA
 Diffusing the Income Tax Time Bomb
 The Value of an Estate Plan
 Potential Overlooked Areas in Your Estate Planning
 How Pending Legislation May Impact Your Accounts
 Happiness and Lifetime Income
 What Timing Means for Your Retirement
 Traditional Investment Portfolios Can Fail
 Two Tips When Planning in a Volatile Market
 Options for Your Old, Forgotten 401(k)s
 Living Longer and Making Your Money Last
 Sweet Spots for Tax Planning in Retirement
 How the 4% Rule Has Changed Over Time
 Reducing the Negative Impacts of Emotional Investing
 Living Longer and Making Your Money Last
 Are Retiree Healthcare Costs Overblown?
 Happiness and Lifetime Income
 Diffusing the Income Tax Time Bomb
 Living Longer and Making Your Money Last
 Sweet Spots for Tax Planning in Retirement
 How the 4% Rule Has Changed Over Time
 The State of the Stretch IRA
 How Pending Legislation May Impact Your Accounts
 What Timing Means for Your Retirement
 Two Tax Tips for Planning Ahead
 Options for Your Old, Forgotten 401(K)s
 What the "Secure Act" Passing May Mean for You
 Sweet Spots for Tax Planning in Retirement
 How the 4% Rule Has Changed Over Time
 Three Tax Tips from the New Laws
 Potential Overlooked Areas in Your Estate Planning
 The Importance of Your Social Security Election
 What Timing Means for Your Retirement
 Evaluating Your Spousal Benefits
 What Timing Means for Your Retirement
 What Timing Means for Your Retirement
 Diffusing the Income Tax Time Bomb
 Two Tax Tips for Planning Ahead
 Sweet Spots for Tax Planning in Retirement
 How the 4% Rule Has Changed Over Time
 Three Tax Tips from the New Laws
 What Timing Means for Your Retirement
 Two Tax Tips for Planning Ahead
 Traditional Investment Portfolios Can Fail
 Sweet Spots for Tax Planning in Retirement
 Two Tips When Planning in a Volatile Market
 Reducing the Negative Impacts of Emotional Investing