Special Replay of
On February 6, 2000, KSFO radio aired a special replay of the popular show "Financial Fitness." The show was hosted by Cynthia Oti, a financial expert who died in the Alaska Airlines Flight 261 crash on January 31, 2000.
The special replay of "Financial Fitness" featured Oti's most popular segments, including her advice on saving for retirement, investing for the future, and managing debt. Oti's insights were as relevant and helpful in 2023 as they were when she first shared them with listeners.
The special replay of "Financial Fitness" was a fitting tribute to Cynthia Oti. It was a chance for her fans to hear her wise advice one last time and to remember her as a talented financial expert and a wonderful person.
Here are some of the tips that Cynthia Oti shared on "Financial Fitness":
- Start saving for retirement early. Even if you can only save a small amount each month, it will add up over time.
- Invest for the future. There are many different investment options available, so do your research and choose one that is right for you.
- Manage your debt. If you have debt, make a plan to pay it off as quickly as possible.
- Get help if you need it. There are many resources available to help you with your financial planning.
Cynthia Oti's advice is still relevant and helpful today. If you are looking for guidance on your financial journey, be sure to check out the special replay of "Financial Fitness."