Alzheimers disease costs families $80,000 dollars a year to care for their stricken loved ones. But, what if we could slow down, or even reverse, the damage the disease does? Professor in BYU's biology department, John Kauwe, believes he's unlocked a way to just that.
Find out what other treatments can slow progression of losing your memory in this episode of Money Making Sense. Host Heather Kelly discusses the costs involved, and Dr. Kauwe explains why it's so important to talk about this silent killer.
What could possibly happen if you tell a little white lie to the Department of Motor Vehicles about how much your car costs? Find out when host Heather Kelly talks to Utah State Tax Commission spokesperson Charlie Roberts.
They also discuss how not paying taxes affects you personally and your community.
Host heather Kelly is joined by Tax Planner Bob Thomas of Jones Simkins to discuss what you need in order to file your taxes for 2017... and beyond. Have you had a major life change this year? Did you tell your CPA? If you don't have an accountant, Bob can help you:
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Sending a physical holiday card could be the key to getting promoted or getting a better job. But, President of Allison & Taylor, Jeff Shane says there are some rules of etiquette. Find out why e-cards just won't work if you want to be memorable at work.
And find out the 8 'Do's and Dont's' for sending workplace greetings. Jeff Shane says it's the little things which could potentially offend bosses that are often times mentioned during background checks.
Host Heather Kelly is joined by Steve Morgan, President of Westminster College to discuss the value of an education.
What is the difference between a Liberal Arts and a technical school? Is one better than another? Tune into this bonus episode to get some insight into how you learn will affect you the rest of your life.