You were a banker for 25 years before you went out on your own. What insider information can you provide our audience with?
An important financial tip you give consumers is the need to understand the three-digit numbers that control your life. Explain.
Tell us about the ground breaking partnership you have developed with teachers and school principles that help teens learn about money.
One of your best strategies to save money on gas and to save time is to run 15 errands in one trip. How do we do that?
What are the three easiest ways people can cut back on their spending today?
What are your top five money and time saving tips?
You say shopping is a sport and I’ve heard you even wear a uniform when you hit the stores. Why is that?
There are so many books out there that people could use to become financially literate. Why don’t people use them?
In a down economy, at least (most) sex is still free.
So, why do you talk about the true cost of sex?
Denise, you really help people have fun with finance. Is that what makes you different from all of the other money and financial experts out there?
Why do you think teenagers should have a credit card and why should parents invoice them for their cell phone?
How can parents wean their adult children from financial dependence?
What are some simple ways parents can teach their 4 to 10 year old children about money?
Why should employers care about their employees personal finances?
With start up businesses on the rise due to unemployment what advice can you give regarding how new business owners should deal with the bank?