Now Playing
KISS104 FM
Last Song Played
Today's R&B and Throwbacks
On Air
No Program
Now Playing
KISS104 FM
Last Song Played
Today's R&B and Throwbacks

Business in the Black

College 529 Plan vs. Life Insurance

Wealth Strategist, Steven LaBroi CEO of the LaBroi Insurance Group talks about the 529 College Savings plan during this season of graduation. LaBroi talks about how to calculate your EFC-Expected Family Contribution on the FAFSA, so it can be at the optimal zero because it is not what the school costs, it's what you end up paying. Small Liberal Arts Colleges and Religious Schools have the highest tuitions with the lease amount of need based scholarship and the state Schools offering 60-75% of the need based scholarships. He also talked about how to use cash value and annuities insurance products to help along the way.

05/23/2018

Moonlighter

Dr. Bryan Webster, a Management Professor at Ball State talks about a study entitled, "Is Holding Two Jobs Too Much? An Examination of Dual Job Holders". Webster calls this moonlighting and wanted to know the effects of working a second job on the primary job. The survey showed not much difference in efficiency but difficulty maintaining work-life balance causing family conflicts. Dual job holders average about 46.8 hours per week as to compared to the average American employee who works 38.6 hours per week.

05/23/2018

Elgin Baylor - Hang Time

Elgin Baylor, NBA Legend who played in the league for 14 years, coached and became a general manager has written a book about his life in the book, "Hang Time- My Life in Basketball". Baylor began playing basketball as a young boy and began his professional career during the civil rights movement, played while enlisted in the army and fought racism along the way. He shares stories about his brave coaches, NBA greats, Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain and his epic battles on the floor.

05/23/2018

Mourning and Milestones

Dr. Kathleen Fraser, a bereavement group facilitator and author of Mourning and Milestones talks about how to cope with grief this Mother's day and on special occasions. Many times, family and friends don't know how to handle someone else's grief and often times the person grieving doesn't know how to verbalize their needs. Fraser talks about how to get through the holidays of life and how to honor the deceased by creating new traditions. mourningandmilestones.com

05/15/2018

Free Tuition for a Year; The Establishment market

Steve Klinsky from Modern States Education alliance talks about its philanthropic effort to make a college degree more affordable and attainable for everyone with the "Freshman Year for Free" Initiative which includes over 40 high quality freshman college course online, available tuition free and for credit to anyone who wants them. Modernstates.org, And Pauline Warrior, CEO of Warnun Industries, Ltd. talks about The Establishment market in west Atlanta created to eradicate food deserts in the community and to contribute to the economic vitality.

05/15/2018
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;

Perspectives

Perspectives with Condace Pressley: Maria Shriver; Food and Nutrition Outreach

We talk about bone health with dietitian, and Manager of Food and Nutrition Outreach with The Dairy Alliance. Then Emmy Award winning journalist, and producer, Maria Shriver, joins Condace to talk about her new book, "I've Been Thinking ...: Reflections, Prayers, and Meditations for a Meaningful Life."

05/21/2018

Perspectives with Condace Pressley: Project U First

Erica Wright, founder of Project U First, shares how the organization helps the homeless community in Atlanta, and various other cities.

05/21/2018

Perspectives with Condace Pressley: World’s Busiest Airport

The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, also known as the "World’s Busiest Airport,” is going through changes and Roosevelt Council, Jr., and Valerie Nesbitt talk about what's new.

05/21/2018

PERSPECTIVES WITH CONDACE PRESSLEY

May is National Osteoporosis Month. On this episode we talk with Lanier Dabruzzi, a registered dietician and Senior Manager of Food and Nutrition Outreach with The Dairy Alliance. A recent survey by the organization found most Americans do not get the recommended number of dairy servings daily and - shocking - some think eggs are a dairy product.

05/21/2018

PERSPECTIVES WITH CONDACE PRESSLEY

On Perspectives, we discuss business diversity efforts at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport with Airport Manager Roosevelt Council Jr., and Business Diversity Manager Valerie Nesbitt.

05/21/2018
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;

The Jennifer Keitt Show

JK Show Jump On The New Year

Getting a jump on the New Year

12/10/2017

The Jennifer Keitt Show 11-19-17

Tonight on The Jennifer Keitt Show we talk about Holiday Love!

11/19/2017

The Jennifer Keitt Show 11-12-17

Tonight on The Jennifer Keitt Show we talk about the new midlife crisis for women.

11/12/2017

The Jennifer Keitt Show 11-05-17

Tonight on The Jennifer Keitt Show we discuss 6 things you can recover from.

11/05/2017

The Jennifer Keitt Show 10-29-17

Tonight on The Jennifer Keitt Show we discuss domestic abuse.

10/29/2017
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;

Monica Pearson

Monica Pearson

Gina Breedlove discusses Business, Motherhood, and Singing.

05/15/2018

Monica Pearson

Brett Daniels and Lee Hendrickson Talk about Superbowl ATL 2019

04/24/2018

Monica Pearson

How food critics do their jobs.

04/15/2018

Monica Pearson 3-18-18

Foster Care Topic

03/18/2018

Monica Pearson

Leona Davenport

03/14/2018
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;

The Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard 5.23.18

Topics: Credit freezes will be free thanks to the new banking law; An $8k charge for shipping from Amazon?; How Europe's new privacy rules are affecting US consumers

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

05/23/2018

Clark Howard 5.22.18

Topics: Are Zillow's "zestimates" legitimate predictors of home value?; Watch out for fake patent companies; Debt for folks over 75 is skyrocketing - and that's scary

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

05/22/2018

Clark Howard 5.21.18

Topics: The net neutrality saga takes a positive turn; Fake cryptocurrencies are popping up; Here are the sunscreens that will save you money and keep you safe from the sun

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

05/21/2018

Clark Howard 5.19.18

BONUS EPISODE Part 4 Back to Basics Series: Saving and Investing - The right way to save your money in the short-term and how to invest for retirement over the long-term

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

05/19/2018

Clark Howard 5.18.18

Topics: Clark Stinks; Target cuts shipping fees and uses its stores to process orders more quickly

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

05/18/2018
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;

Morning Motivation

Morning Motivation

Someone to Count On

05/23/2018

Morning Motivation

Searching

05/22/2018

Morning Motivation

God's Handiwork

05/21/2018

Morning Motivation

Divine Design

05/18/2018

Morning Motivation

Greater blessing

05/17/2018
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;

AJC HBCU Journeys

Karvis Jones: The best decision I ever made

Karvis Jones: The best decision I ever made

Karvis Jones is a 2003 graduate of Rust College. Few people love their college as much as Karvis. Listen to his story about how Rust College has been a part of him since he was a child.

02/08/2018

Tiffany Greene: A picture worth a thousand words

Tiffany Greene is a 2014 graduate of Spelman College. The idea of this podcast series came about after the HBCU series team found a graduation photograph of Greene taken by AJC photographer Curtis Compton. He says it is one of his best shots. She has a different opinion about it.

02/04/2018

Donald Mason Jr.: Of Chidley and the Chicken Man

Donald Mason Jr. is a 1989 graduate of North Carolina Central University. Anyone with an affiliation or glancing knowledge of NCCU knows about Chidley Hall, the hulking dormitory on the hill that nearly every man in the school’s history has lived in. Mason tells his story about living in Chidley.

01/31/2018

Sara White: What I needed

Sara White is a 1993 graduate of Clark Atlanta University. A native of Minneapolis, White came to Atlanta for her freshman year having had little interaction with black culture. That changed quickly.

01/28/2018

Wayne Haydin: Mr. President

Wayne Haydin graduated from Southern University in 2004 and from the law school in Class of 2009. During his senior year, Haydin made history by doing something that no one had ever done in the long history of the school.

01/25/2018
&nsbp;
  RSS feed   (what's RSS?)
&nsbp;