Jeff Kowal Talks Retirement Planning with Jay Weber

Jeff Kowal was a special guest on the Jay Weber Show on News/Talk 1130 WISN on December 29, 2016. Listen to what Jeff has to say about Retirement Planning, a Trump Presidency, Rising Interest Rates, the Department of Labor Ruling and more!

Jeff Kowal Talks Retirement Planning With Jay Weber

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