Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Can the spending addiction of Americans be cured? Gary Sirak joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how America got into this financial and debt crisis and how to solve it at the personal level.
Will Americans learn to live within their means? Gary Sirak joins Jim Blasingame to offer tips on how to make better decision about living within your means, especially with large purchases.
What is the connection between the E.U.'s financial crisis and the one in the U.S. Richard DeKaser join Jim Blasingame to talk about Europe's financial crisis and how it will impact the U.S. and what we can learn from it.
Where is the U.S. real estate market? Richard DeKaser join Jim Blasingame to report that, generally speaking, the U.S. real estate market has bottomed out and is slowly on its way back up,
Is Main Street banking in jeopardy? Richard DeKaser join small business expert, Jim Blasingame to talk about the consolidation and regulatory challenges facing the ability of independent community banks to serve Main Street small businesses.
Your marketing strategy must be multi-faceted. Sarah Petty joins Jim Blasingame to offer a multi-faceted approach to a small business marketing strategy, including traditional and new media options.
What basis do you use to price your products? Sarah Petty joins Jim Blasingame to offer tips and best practices on how to price your products and services in a way that drives gross margins that will lead to the success of your small business.
Does the Fed have any significant tools left to stimulate the economy? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to say that the Fed's actions may not be growing the economy, but it has kept it from sinking lower.
Can the EU's problems be summarized in a poem? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame with a poem and more about what caused the E.U.'s financial problems and how that situation will affect American small businesses.
Why are community bank numbers dropping? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to try to calm his fears that the drop in community bank numbers could put small businesses in jeopardy.