Wed, 11 February 2009
Atlanta Business Radio Interviews Arthur Benz with oXYGen Financial, Robert Ball with Office Arrow & Author Danny Kofke
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Today we opened with Danny Kofke who wrote the book "How to Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher's Salary." Danny has been a teacher for nearly 10 years. He said that his passion for his craft keeps him in the classroom but smart savings and basic understanding of financial principles have kept his wife at home with their children. His book explains the steps necessary for others to follow suit and save for life's journeys. To learn more or to order the book please go to Danny's website www.dannykofke.blogspot.com
Next we had on Arthur Benz (pictured) President of OXYGen Financial Insurance. OXYGen is a financial planning firm that aspires to be your family's CFO. They have created a compnay that helps primarily but not exclusively the X and Y Generations. The try and bring Wall Street to Main Street and offer decades of knowledge and expertise to help their clients through these challenging economic times. Please go to Arthur's website www.oxygenfinancial.net to learn more.
We closed the show with Robert Ball, CEO fo Atlanta-based OfficeArrow.com. Office Arrow recently launched a professional online community that serves Office Professionals like: executive and administrative assistants, office managers and small business owners - to do their jobs better, faster and smarter. Robert explained that as businesses find themselves working to maintain productivity with fewer respurces, they need support and they often look to Office Arrow's 130,000 members to help. To get your free membership to this extremely helpful and resource packed site please go to www.officearrow.com
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