Zeoli Show Log 09.27.16Rich discussed the first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Donald Trump's response to the Birther question and Tyson's recalling chicken nuggets. He also discussed Donald Trump's preparedness, Howard Dean's cocaine tweet and more. Rich spoke with Salena Zito at 4pm and Michael Steele at 5:30pm.
Celebrities React To New Harriet Tubman $20 BillCelebrities took to Twitter to express their opinions on Harriet Tubman becoming the new face of the $20 bill.
Tips For Women On Raising Their Credit ScoreA new study shows that women have lower credit scores than men and that can be costly when borrowing money.
Philadelphia Ranks Among Worst Cities For Valentine's DayWhile Philly may have been ranked one of the top places to visit in the United States in 2016, it doesn’t rank too high when it comes to Valentine’s Day.
Study: More Expensive Weddings May Lead To Shorter MarriagesResearchers surveyed over 3,000 people and found that the more couples spent on their wedding, the shorter the marriage.
Study: Handling Money Makes Kids Work Harder, Give LessResearchers say the effect was found in children who lacked real knowledge of money’s purpose, and continued despite the value of the money.
New York Stock Exchange Trading ResumesTrading on the New York Stock Exchange resumed Wednesday afternoon after technical trouble derailed operations at the nation's largest exchange for more than three hours.
Pay Me Back AppThis app records all of your IOUs and keeps them secure – a lot more secure than those pieces of paper in your wallet.
Layaway Plan Could Cost YouIf you're already thinking of Christmas, you may be considering layaway. Make sure you understand the layaway plan.
QTIP Clarifies InheritanceIf you have children by someone other than your current spouse, estate law experts suggest something called a QTIP, a Qualified Terminable Interest Property Trust.
Bartering Doesn't Sidestep TaxesBartering for goods or services is an $8 billion industry - and Uncle Sam still gets a cut even though there's no exchange of money.
Borrowing From 401(k) Could Be Costly MistakeWhile the law allows you to borrow up to $50,000 from your 401(k) plan, there are tax law implications.