Money Minute
Robert Palmer continues to be the leader in empowering consumers with the tools and knowledge to take control of their finances. On top of the Saving Thousands Radio Network, you can now listen to Robert give valuable financial advice in the Money Minute segment on The Kane Show airing on 93.3 FLZ Tampa’s top hit radio station! Listen to Robert every weekday morning at 8:25 am. Hear advice on managing your finances, budgeting, debt management, credit and much more.
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How You Can Listen to the Money Minute with Robert Palmer

You can catch Money Minute with Robert Palmer each morning at 8:25 on The Kane Show. Tune in to hear your financial questions answered and get your daily dose of money advice.

Robert Palmer’s Money Minute Segments

  • Can You Reduce Your Income Taxes?

Money Minute: How Can You Reduce Your Income Taxes?

September 20th, 2017|0 Comments


Only two things in life are certain — death and taxes. But, what if you could lighten your financial burden by reducing the amount of taxes you pay?

Strategies to cut down your tax bill work […]

  • How to Determine Net Worth

Money Minute: How Do You Determine Your Net Worth?

August 16th, 2017|0 Comments

Before you can understand the state of your personal finances, you need to establish your net worth. Without knowing where you stand, it’s difficult to create a strategy to reach your financial goals.

Net worth is […]

  • What Are Car Dealership Advertising Costs?

Money Minute: What Are Car Dealership Advertising Costs, and Should You Care? 

July 18th, 2017|0 Comments


After years of diligently saving and putting up with your old junker, the day has finally come: you are ready for a new car. And then, right before you sign on the dotted line, you […]

  • What's the Most Efficient Way to Borrow Money?

Money Minute: What Is the Most Efficient Way to Borrow Money?

March 23rd, 2017|0 Comments


Whether it’s to purchase a new vehicle or finance a home we can grow into, at some point in our lives, most of us will need to borrow money. In fact, borrowing money and carrying […]

  • Should Married Couples File Taxes Separate or Together?

Money Minute: Should Married Couples File Taxes Jointly or Separately?

December 12th, 2016|0 Comments


Kissing. Cake. Music. Dancing. Long, romantic honeymoons. Weddings can create some truly wonderful memories, and your own will be a day cherished for the rest of your life. But amid all the hustle and bustle, […]

  • Is Ever a Good Idea to Declare Bankruptcy?

Money Minute: Is It Ever Good to Declare Bankruptcy?

September 27th, 2016|0 Comments


Talking about bankruptcy is tricky business. In times of dire financial need, some view bankruptcy as a relatively easy way of dealing with aggressive creditors. Others view the bankruptcy label with something of a stigma […]

  • What Happens to Your Family if You Die?

Money Minute: If Something Happens to You, What Will Happen to Your Family?

June 14th, 2016|0 Comments


Imagining something as dark as your death is never easy, but to ensure the financial future of your family, it’s a thought and conversation you must face. If you are the breadwinner of the household, […]

  • Financial Decisions

Money Minute: Budgets are About Changing Habits

March 30th, 2016|0 Comments

Tips on Creating a Budget

It’s a great idea to create a budget. I think it’s something that most people need that they don’t have.

The best thing to do is look at your historical spending. Pull […]

  • Debt Collection Documents

Money Minute: What You Can Write Off On Your Taxes

March 18th, 2016|0 Comments

Tax Write-Offs, What You Need to Know


What can be written off on your taxes? And, is there a certain limit you have to hit before you can write things off?

Depending on your household size, and […]

  • Budget Mistakes

Money Minute: Pay Your Student Loans During the Grace Period

March 17th, 2016|0 Comments

Attacking Student Loans During the Grace Period

Should you wait until the grace period is over to start paying on your loan?
A lot of people end up waiting until the end of the grace period. What […]

  • Underwater Mortgage

Money Minute: Low Home Appraisal and The Buyer

March 9th, 2016|0 Comments

Low Home Appraisal and Your Options as a Buyer


Question: Does a low home appraisal mean the deal is totally off?

We see this happen a lot. Sometimes the seller is a little too aggressive with their […]

  • Buying a Home

Money Minute: First-Time Homebuyer Loans

March 8th, 2016|0 Comments

First-Time Homebuyers: Loans and Credit Score


Question: Can you still get first-time homebuyer loans with no money down, even if you’re credit isn’t that great?
No Money Down Home Loans
First-time homebuyer loans in themselves are not necessarily […]

  • The Right First Home

Money Minute: Picking a Good First Home

February 25th, 2016|0 Comments

How Do You Know Your Picking a Good First Home?


I’m a fan of- because I’m in this whole mindset that you should rent. You should rent the house to someone else. If you own it, […]

  • Planning to Move

Money Minute: Buying a Home, But Are Planning to Move

February 24th, 2016|0 Comments

Money Minute: Buying a Home You Won’t Live in Forever


I don’t know why people are afraid of being a landlord. What is it about that?


People talk about the bad stuff, they don’t talk about the […]

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Money Minute: Your House Won’t Sell

February 19th, 2016|0 Comments

Your Options When Noone is Interested in Buying Your Home


What Can You Do If Noone has Shown Interest in Buying Your Home?

Here’s the key, if they’re still living there then it’s not really costing them […]

  • Too Young for a Mortgage

Money Minute: Am I Too Young for a Mortgage?

February 18th, 2016|0 Comments

How Young is Too Young for a Mortgage?


How do I get a mortgage at a young age?

People buy houses at eighteen, nineteen. I bought my first house at nineteen. So, if you have a decent […]

  • Home Buying Knowledge

Money Minute: Why Buying Over Renting Makes Sense

February 17th, 2016|0 Comments

Why You Need to Buy a Home Instead of Rent


Why isn’t renting a better option for those in their 20’s?

Owning real estate is the most powerful way to build wealth, ever in this country.

If you […]

  • Smart Investing

Money Minute: Using the Rules to Save Thousands

February 16th, 2016|0 Comments

How to Use the Saving Thousands’ Rules


That’s a big part of why I created the rules, so people can have a guidebook. They can’t catch every money minute. They can’t catch every radio show I […]

  • Share Your Knowledge

Money Minute: Sharing Your Financial Knowledge

February 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

We Have to Start Talking About Money, Here’s Why

Saving Thousands Rule #6, Share With Others

“If there’s a great shoe sale, what methods are you going to use to tell your friends and your sphere of […]

  • save-money

Pay Off Your Credit Card or Keep Your Savings?

January 13th, 2016|0 Comments

Should you pay off a credit card with your savings account?


“Do you have any type of introductory rate or special rate on the credit card? If it is a 0% interest rate card, or maybe […]