Radio: Grow Rich Slowly: The Four Secrets of an Automatic Millionaire
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Listen to David John Marotta’s interview on growing rich slowly: the four secrets of an automatic millionaire

Radio: The High Cost of Regulation
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David John Marotta was featured on WINA 1070’s Rob Schilling Show on December 14, 2011. The topic was the high cost of regulation, leaning libertarian, and the roots of David’s leaning libertarian.

Radio: Why I Lean Libertarian
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David John Marotta was featured on radio 1070 WINA’s Rob Schilling show on November 8, 2011. The topic was why David leans libertarian, an appropriate topic for Election Day 2011.

Radio: Giving Your Children a “Rich” Mindset
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David Marotta and Megan Marotta were featured on October 11, 2011 on radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show discussing the importance of teaching your children about money and giving them a “rich” mindset.

Radio: How to Win the CNBC Million-Dollar Portfolio Challenge
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David John Marotta was featured on radio 1070 WINA’s Rob Schilling show on September 13, 2011. The topic was the CNBC million-dollar portfolio challenge, and how it does not emulate a good real-life investing strategy.

Radio: Weak Debt Deal and U.S. Credit Downgrade
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On August 9, 2011, David John Marotta appeared on 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show to discuss the weak government debt deal, the U.S. Credit downgrade, and the subsequent drop in the Stock Market.

Radio: California vs. Amazon Battle
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On Tuesday, July 12, 2011 from noon-1pm, David John Marotta was interviewed on radio 1070 WINA’s Rob Schilling Show. The topic was the battle between Amazon.com and the state of California over taxation.

Radio: Why Real Estate Should Be In Your Portfolio
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David Marotta discusses why real estate should be part of a portfolio asset allocation.

Radio: Continue to Avoid the Ring-of-Fire Countries
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On Jun 21, 2011, David John Marotta appeared on Radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show to discuss which countries to avoid investing in, or to underweight, due to high debt and deficit and low economic freedom.

Radio: Continue Avoiding “Ring-of-Fire” Countries
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David Marotta discusses avoiding countries with high debt and deficit.

Radio: Aligning Money And Values
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Save your money for what you are truly passionate about.

Radio: Raising Money-Savvy Children
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David Marotta discusses the importance of teaching your children how to handle money, reasons parents sometimes find it difficult to talk about money, and why it is important to start your children’s financial education early.

Radio: Minimum Wage
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David Marotta and David Swanson discuss a minimum wage.

Radio: Social Security Payroll Tax Cuts
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David Marotta discusses what to do with your “extra” money.

Radio: Liberals Get Basic Economics Wrong
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David Marota discusses how liberals get basic economics wrong.

Radio: Getting The Most From Your 401(k) Or 403(b)
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David Marotta discusses how to maximize retirement accounts.

Radio: Last Chance For A Roth Conversion
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David Marotta discusses converting your traditional IRA balance to Roth IRAs this year before tax rates go back up.

Radio: Now May Be the Right Time to Buy a House
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David Marotta discusses interest rates, the housing market, and how these factors work together for the patient buyer.

Radio: Financial Reform & the Dodd-Frank Bill
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David Marotta & George Marotta discuss financial reform, specifically the Dodd-Frank bill and its implications on the economy.

Radio: Virginia Land Preservation Tax Credits
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David Marotta discusses how to pay your Virginia state tax bills using less expensive Virginia land preservation credits.

Radio: Taxation and Inflation
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David Marotta discusses how to shield your personal assets from the corrosive influence of government policies.

Radio: 2010 Investment Review
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David Marotta discusses 2010 in review and the outlook for 2011.

Radio: Going John Galt
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David Marotta discusses how the tax burden causes an incentive to earn less money.

Radio: Five Profitable Investment Trends
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David Marotta discusses what makes certain investments look attractive.

Radio: A Better Plan For Healthcare
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Public policy to increase choices for healthcare coverage.

Radio: Cash For Clunkers
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David Marotta discusses the politics of “Cash for Clunkers.”

Radio: Tax Management And Planning
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David Marotta discusses how to increase your after-tax net worth.

Radio: Behavioral Finance
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David Marotta discusses behavioral finance.

Radio: Learning To Live On Your Own
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David Marotta discusses learning to live on your own after college.

Radio: Congressional Earmarks
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David Marotta discusses the politics of congressional earmarks.

Radio: Financial Time Perspective
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David Marotta discusses how our time perspective influences our lives.

Radio: Keeping Christmas Your Own Way
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David Marotta discusses celebrating Christmas.

Radio: The Impending Social Security Disaster
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David Marotta discusses how Social Security could offer more benefit for less cost.

Radio: The Most Important Economic Political Issues
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David Marotta discusses how politics affect us.

Radio: Planning for College
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David Marotta discusses financial planning for a college education.

Radio: Countries with Economic Freedom
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The benefits of investing in the countries with the most economic freedom.

Radio: Retirement, Are You Ready?
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David Marotta discusses retirement and how to avoid several common pitfalls in planning for the last 30 years of your life.

Radio: Secrets of Financial Harmony in Marriage
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How to structure your finances to love and respect your spouse.

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