Sunday, September 27, 2009

Show Notes - 09/27/2009

On the show this time we spent a few valuable minutes with Megan Fulmer who is walking in the JDRF Walk To Cure Diabetes on October 3, 2009. Megan is a very special person and she is walking not because she has diabetes, she is walking for family and friends who are affected. We wish her the best of success with her walk.

We then spoke about banks charging high rates and fees for overdraft protection and how this has caught the eye of Congress. Hopefully this will stop the banks from ripping off their clients. Then we talked about a Wells Fargo executive who was fired for using a foreclosed upon beach house to hold weekend parties in. Good luck on the unemployment line, that was some low you stooped to.

Finally Kay Stout joined us for some additional career advice and this time the all inportant topic of older adults assimilating into the workforce under the guidance and supervision of younger counterparts. Kay's conversations are always fun and informative.

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Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
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