Our first guest today is Dr. Ken Redcross, M.D., author of, “Bond: The 4 Cornerstones of a Lasting and Caring Relationship with Your Doctor” today’s Topic: Room-by-Room Flu Prevention for Unwanted House-guests. The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention says it’s worried about a flu pandemic this season considering last season’s flu killed more children than any other non-pandemic year on record. Dr. Ken Redcross, is a board-certified internal medicine physician and author of, “Bond: The 4 Cornerstones of a Lasting and Caring Relationship with Your Doctor,” says, if just one person in your household comes down with the flu, it can just take a few hours for it to spread to everyone. For more information go to Dr. Ken Redcross’s website at:www.drkenredcross.com
Rod Griffin, Director of Consumer Education and Awareness for Experian. Topic for today is “Simple Ways To Improve Your Credit Score”. You know a
good credit score is often a requirement to access better financial opportunities. Unfortunately, more than 100 million Americans don’t have access to favorable credit products and terms today, either because their credit scores are too low, or because they don’t have enough credit history, known as a “thin file.” Mr. Griffin, is the Director of Consumer Education and Awareness for Experian. He will be offering insights to help those consumers who struggle with building credit and share tips for building a credit score that helps access the best credit products and terms. For more information go to Experian.com
Terry Redican is Vice President of AP Program Delivery. He is responsible for managing the Advanced Placement Program’s annual cycle, ensuring the delivery of opportunity to nearly 3 million students across 20,000 high schools world-wide. Terry and his team take over 5,000,000 exams administered each year, and their supporting processes, from start to finish. He is also the executive sponsor for the AP Computer Science Principles course, which debuted as the largest new course in AP history with 50,000 students in 2017. For more information please visit www.exploreap.org
Mark Steber , Chief Tax Officer at Jackson Hewitt discusses the recent government shutdown and how the first tax season following the largest tax reform in over 30 years. According to a recent survey by Jackson Hewitt, 45.3% of people do not think tax reform will impact them. Since tax reform impacts every single taxpaying citizen, there may be a lot of surprised taxpayers once they go to file. How do you make sure you make the most of tax reform and don’t end up with a surprise when you file?
Mark Steber, Chief Tax Officer at Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
As Chief Tax Officer with Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, Mark is responsible for key initiatives that support overall tax service delivery and quality assurance. Mark also serves as a Jackson Hewitt liaison with the Internal Revenue Service, States, and other government authorities. For more information go to:https://www.jacksonhewitt.com