The Money Matters with Ken Moraif Radio Show is brought to you by Retirement Planners of America. Originally founded as Money Matters with Ken Moraif, the company changed its name to Retirement Planners of America in 2019 to better reflect our commitment to our clients retirement planning needs. Find local show times or listen to the latest podcast below.

Listen to the Money Matters with Ken Moraif Radio Show

The Money Matters with Ken Moraif Radio Show went on the air in 1996 with the goal of helping people who are retired or retiring soon achieve financial peace of mind. Ken Moraif offers practical advice and humorous tips for overcoming common retirement fears, and insights on everything from mutual funds to annuities to how the market will respond to world events.

Below are the times and stations where you can listen to Ken:

SATURDAY

  • KTAR 4pm-5pm

SUNDAY

  • KTAR 4pm-5pm

SATURDAY

  • KLBJ 590 AM 7am-8am

SUNDAY

  • KLBJ 590 AM 12pm-1pm

SATURDAY

  • 820 AM WBAP 11am-12pm
  • 1080 KRLD 1pm-2pm

SUNDAY

  • 1080 KRLD 11am-12pm
  • 820 AM WBAP 1pm-2pm

SATURDAY

  • 740 AM KTRH 4pm-5pm

SUNDAY

  • 740 AM KTRH 1pm-2pm

Please note: From time to time a show can be moved because of a sports or breaking news pre-emption.

These podcasts are designed for people over the age of 50 looking for financial information. Check out the podcasts below and, if you like what you hear, subscribe to our podcast on iTunes.

Fearless Forecast for 2021

Fearless Forecast for 2021

1) Fearless Forecast for 2021
2) The Retirement Cashflow Plan
3) Should You Take Social Security at Age 62?
4) Defense Wins Championships
5) Estate Tip: Review Your Beneficiary Designations


2020 What a Year

2020 What a Year

1) 2020 What a Year
2) 7 Investment Risks You Could Face
3) How to Maximize Your Social Security
4) Do You Have a Protect Strategy?
5) Estate Tip: What is the Job of an Executor 


Is the Stock Market Immune to COVID?

Is the Stock Market Immune to COVID?

1) Is the Stock Market Immune to COVID?
2) Nine Factors to Consider Before Buying Long-Term Care Insurance
3) How to Calculate the Break-Even Age When Taking Social Security Early
4) The Market Will Always Come Back: A Young Person’s Strategy, Probably Not Yours
5) Estate Tip: Reviewing and Updating Your Estate Plan