Financial and retirement planner featured on KSER radio show Tuesday

Certified financial planner Lisa Peters of Lakeview Financial Group in Seattle returns for the entire hour of “Getting Your Dough to Rise,” at 6 p.m. Tuesday on Everett’s KSER (90.7 FM) to discuss financial and retirement planning.

Host Chuck Noel will interview Glenn Crellin and Tony Barufi.

Crellin, associate director of the Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies at the University of Washington, returns to update listeners on the housing recovery for this area and the nation.

Barufi, portfolio manager at SNW Asset Management, Seattle, returns to address the current state of the fixed-income universe and how to integrate bonds in one’s investment portfolio.

Listener calls will be taken during the discussion with Peters. Call during the show at 425-303-9070.

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