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On this edition of the podcast you’ll hear the latest on Hammond student-athletes returning to fall contact sports following an August cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic, Samantha Horton reports Eli Lily says it’s COVID-19 antibody drug is showing results in reducing hospitalizations from the virus and Chris Nolte has a conversation with NWI financial advisor Greg Hammer. He offers tips to reduce “pandemic panic” while planning for retirement. All of that, and more, on this edition of “Lakeshore Update”… 

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Today:  Northwest Indiana financial advisor Greg Hammer is back to talk about the ways that investors can remain calm in a long-running bull market, as we're experiencing, and get some last-minute tips and advice when preparing the 2017 income tax returns ahead of the April 19th filing deadline.

We have another edition of Green Fleet Radio, supported by South Shore Clean Cities, with host Carl Lisek and guest Ted Barns with Gas Technology Institute.  We also have the third of the three-part series from Indiana Public Broadcasting's Emilee Syberg on low-income housing in Indiana.

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A 2017 survey from T. Rowe Price that analyzed parent attitudes and behaviors associated with youngsters' financial habits showed that positive money behaviors "rubbed off" onto their offspring.   Conversely, troubling financial habits were often found when parents had a troubling history with money.

Northwest Indiana-based advisor Greg Hammer came on "Regionally Speaking" on Monday to talk about that survey and offered some common-sense tips that can establish positive habits and minimize the negative ones.