Money Talk TV



Money Talk with Jack Bevilacqua
John (Jack) Bevilacqua’s local cable show was launched in February 2004. The show is taped in Danvers, Massachusetts, and is a community education production. The purpose of the program is to provide education and information about issues that affect all aspects of personal finance. It is produced and directed by Jack, his staff, and local volunteers.

Money Talk is currently aired in 46 towns and cities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It is a half-hour show. There is no advertising of any kind on the show.

Some of our most recent shows have been about how to avoid identity theft, creating special needs trusts, maximizing college financial aid, required minimum distributions (RMD’s), reverse mortgages, and raising money-savvy kids.

Jack's goal is to reach out to the community with information, education, and knowledge that will be helpful to everyone at every stage in their lives. His years of experience in the financial services profession have given him insight into what matters most to young families, retirees, and small business owners.

If you would like to view the current Money Talk shows, click the WATCH IT NOW! button on this page. You may also browse through our Archive of Past Shows to see if there are other topics that interest you.

The show is produced using the facilities at Danvers Community Access Television. If you are interested in having the show aired on your local cable access station, please contact the producer, Jennifer Napolitano.

Tackling Student Loan Debt



What’s the Latest? – February, 2019

"Tackling Student Loan Debt" 
Host, Jack Bevilacqua invites his son, Jake, to describe his 3-year journey to pay off over 35 individual student loans. Learn the methods that worked for him on his quest for financial independence.

This material is intended for informational/educational purposes only and should not be construed as tax advice. Commonwealth Financial Network® does not provide legal or tax advice. You should consult a legal or tax professional regarding your individual situiation.

Investing in the stock market involves gains and losses and may not be suitable for all investors. The investment’s socially responsible focus may limit the investment options available to the investment and may result in returns lower than those from investments not subject to such investment considerations.



Money Talk with Jack Bevilacqua
100 Corporate Place, #306
Peabody, MA  01960