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Chuck Taylor | ctaylor@heraldnet.com
Published: Tuesday, May 29, 2012, 3:19 p.m.

Today on radio: 'Getting Your Dough to Rise'

Host Chuck Noel has three interesting guests lined up for tonight's "Getting Your Dough to Rise" program at 6 on KSER-FM (90.7):

• Robert Krughoff, president of Puget Sound Consumers' Checkbook. The magazine's new issue tackles veterinarians, health and fitness clubs, travel agencies and housecleaning services.

Ken Fisher, Forbes magazine columnist, investment advisor and author of investment books. He'll talk about the economy and the markets.

• Herald columnist James McCusker. He'll have an update on the economy with regard to personal finances.
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