Media Appearances

Cathy On The Radio

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With almost two decades of experience, Cathy is an annuity and retirement planning expert that you can count on for insights on how to protect and grow retirement assets, create lasting income that can’t be outlived, and provide a financial legacy for future generations of your family – all the while protecting yourself against the risk of losing it all to an unstable stock market. Topics on the radio show range from annuities and long term care insurance to the political climate of the day and how world events can affect the market. Cathy also shares her expertise on the financial difficulties that come before, during, and after a divorce. Cathy explains how to deal with tax consequences, asset distribution, retirement plan division, health care coverage and more.

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Cathy On TV News

Our nation’s financial environment is a whirlwind. The stock market is a runaway train, reaching record highs. Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies continue to grow to the amazement of the world. Student loan debts have developed into an over $1 trillion crisis. The housing market is experiencing unprecedented shortages. And to top it all off, the American tax system just underwent a complete overhaul.

In this state of financial uncertainty in the United States, television networks are reaching out to annuity and retirement planning expert, Cathy DeWitt Dunn, to help make sense of it all.

On top of her expertise in annuities and retirement planning, Cathy has helped viewers to understand new tax saving strategies, virtual credit cards, how to safely and properly donate to hurricane relief funds, college student spending mistakes, the costs of raising children, and more. Cathy is on top of it all.

In 2017, Cathy’s television appearances reached millions of viewers across the nation. You may have seen Cathy on CNBC, CNN, Fox News Channel, HLN, the NFL Network, ESPN, GOLF, or TV Land.

DeWitt & Dunn Financial Services In-Studio Guests

Cathy DeWitt Dunn hosts our show, DeWitt & Dunn Financial Radio and brings in experts to help inform the public about safe money practices, planning for retirement and understanding the forces that are affecting the financial market today. Take a look inside the studio with this clip of Cathy and our guest, actuary Dan Slater, FSA, MAAA as they discuss interest rates and an important alternative to bonds.

Find Resources from Cathy’s Latest Interviews Here:

Holiday Tipping Guide – Interview on KTVT Friday, December 14th at 4:30 PM

Russell Playing the Cello – Mentioned on DeWitt & Dunn Financial Radio

Divorce can be one of the most difficult and stressful times in a person’s life, so it’s easy to make major money mistakes. Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Cathy DeWitt Dunn talked with KDFW about her divorce checklist. Click here for a Divorce Money Checklist.

Equal Pay Day is April 10. It’s a date that symbolizes how far into the year a woman must work to earn the same amount a man did in the previous year. Financial professional Cathy DeWitt Dunn talked with KDFW about how women can level out the financial playing field.

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