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On the Money

Gary is an attorney with a Masters in Tax Law from Boston University Law School, as well as a Chartered Life Underwriter and a Chartered Financial Consultant. His company has helped over a thousand individuals and families set and meet their financial goals, and protect a lifetime of hard work for the next generation. Gary gives his unique perspective on markets and the economy. Gary will help you separate the pundits from the clowns, empower you to make good financial decisions, and answer your pressing questions about money.

Live:  Wednesdays 2PM – 3PM
Encore:  Saturdays 8AM – 9AM

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Gary Thomas gives his unique perspective on markets and the economy. Wednesdays 2 P.M, Saturdays 8 A.M.

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On The Money (4/18/12)

Gary talks with Gary Schaefer, co-owner of Bart’s Homemade.

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Senator-elect Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is interviewed by a Reuters reporter at Sanders' office in Burlington, Vermont on November 28, 2006.

The head of the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs, and his House counterpart will outline the funding agreement at a news conference today.

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One man died and at least eight people were injured in a lightning strike during a rare thunderstorm at Venice Beach in Los Angeles.

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Gaza fighting abates as diplomatic tension flares

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Palestinian Abir Shamaleh, left, sits next to the grave of her son Saher, a civilian according to the family, who was killed in an Israeli strike during the war, as members of the family visit a cemetery in Gaza City, in the northern Gaza Strip, Monday, July 28, 2014. Monday marked the beginning of the three-day Eid al-Fitr holiday, which caps the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Muslims usually start the day by visiting cemeteries, to pay their respects to the dead, and then exchange family visits.

Israel eased its assaults in the Gaza Strip and Palestinian rocket fire from the enclave declined sharply on Monday, with calls for a durable ceasefire.

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A look at the news that made headlines and the stories you might have missed.