Podcasts: Wealth Wake Up


Wealth Wake Up

Saturdays from 11am – Noon and Sundays from 9 – 10am
Hosted by Dick Donahue.

interest rates

Wealth Wake Up for 9/27/15

Dick Donahue talks about the Fed’s lack of action on interest rates, billionaire Tom Steyer’s impact on politics, and some new scams targeting Washington seniors.

counting money

Wealth Wake Up for 9/26/15

Host Dick Donahue is live in the studio and discusses the market.


Wealth Wake Up for 9/20/15

Host Dick Donahue talks about the Fed’s decision not to raise interest rates and its impact on the markets, and 4 ways to fix economies around the world.

map money

Wealth Wake Up for 9/19/15

Host Dick Donahue discusses the latest on Wealth Wake Up from Spokane, Washington about American student debt levels continue to rise. 1 in 10 students don’t know they have a loan. Students annually underestimate how much debt they actually have.


Wealth Wake Up – 9/12/15

Host Dick Donahue discusses the latest on Wealth Wake Up live in the studio


Wealth Wake Up – 9/5/15

Host Dick Donahue kicks off labor day weekend with a recorded show for Saturday and Sunday http://media.kgmi.com/2015.09.05_Wealth_Wake_Up.mp3Podcast: Play in new…

social security

Wealth Wake Up – 8/30/15

Host Dick Donahue talks about the latest economic reports, tax tips, the Solyndra scandal, and filing for Social Security online.

casg money

Wealth Wake Up Live – 8/29/15

Dick Donahue talks about the markets’ turbulent week, China’s falling currency, and why it’s important for investors not to panic.


Wealth Wake Up – 8/23/15

Host Dick Donahue talks about Friday’s big market drop, the growing breach of IRS files, and one reason why Alexander…


Wealth Wake Up – 8/16/15

Host Dick Donahue talks about students earning associates degrees before finishing high school, and the government’s cash cows Fannie Mae…

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