ATLANTA, Georgia, March 9, 2022 – Today, best-selling author and radio host Wes Moss announced a new radio show for the Denver and Nashville markets. The new show, called Retire Sooner, airs on Sundays in Denver on KHOW from 11AM-Noon and Nashville on WLAC from Noon-1PM.
On this weekly show, Moss addresses current market conditions, answers audience questions, and offers plain-speaking financial guidance. Moss also shares key lifestyle and money habits that listeners can implement today to help prepare for a secure future. Differentiating it from other financial shows is Moss’ focus on happiness, both today and in retirement. In addition to leveraging his 20+ years of knowledge as an investment advisor, Moss calls upon his own research to reveal the social, emotional, and financial behaviors that result in a happy and early retirement. Retire Sooner gives listeners the tools to retire sooner in the real world.
Wes Moss has been an established voice in the financial world for more than a decade. Moss has been hosting “Money Matters” on Atlanta’s historic WSB radio for 13 years and is the host of a top financial podcast “Retire Sooner with Wes Moss”. In addition to hosting the radio show, Moss is an owner and managing partner of Capital Investment Advisors – a $4+ Billion (as of 12/21/2021) Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) with offices in Atlanta, Denver, Tampa and Phoenix; a Barron’s top 100 independent financial advisor; the best-selling author of What the Happiest Retirees Know (2021) and You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think (2014); a nationally recognized speaker; and the financial columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
About Wes Moss:
Wes Moss is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, managing partner and chief investment strategist at Capital Investment Advisors, an Atlanta-based RIA with more than $4 Billion in assets (as of 12/31/2021) under management. Additionally, Moss is the host of Money Matters, a weekly call-in financial show on 95.5 WSB — Atlanta’s News and Talk. Moss is also the author of four books, including What the Happiest Retirees Know and You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think; serves as financial columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution; acts as editor of WesMoss.com; and is a frequent resource for journalists across all mediums — print, tv, radio, and online. Barron’s has named Moss one of America’s top 1,200 Financial Advisors every year since 2014 and was ranked #74 on the top 100 independent advisors list by Barron’s in 2021. For more information, visit www.WesMoss.com.
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