Nathan Dungan — Money and Moral Balance
November 8, 2007

The sales are starting, the stores are open late, and many of us are gearing up to spend more money than we actually have in a holiday season with deep roots in religion. We explore the turmoil many of us experience with money in our day-to-day lives — and how we might work towards a moral and practical balance for ourselves and the next generation.

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» "The Formative Influences" (mp3, 7:01)
In this audio clip not aired, Dungan talks about his upbringing, a natural blend of religion and finances.


» "Making a Change" (mp3, 4:52)
Dungan worked in lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001, where he witnessed the destruction of the World Trade Center. He considers that disastrous event a turning point in his thinking about consumerism, and discovered a new role for himself as a financial planner.

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