Bill Gates has said that 45% of the jobs people are doing today will be done by computers or robots by 2025--that's just nine years from now!
Those who get paid to analyze the future are predicting that nearly 25% of today’s full-time employees will be working ‘on demand’" for multiple employers rather than having a long lasting uninterrupted career. Will the economy hold up? Steve and Sinclair have a report featured in Fast Company. Then Steve explains how to get a bonus match on your 401k rollover, and a pension benefit to boot!
Steve and Sinclair talk about which annuities are the safest by industry standards, and Enrolled Agent Doris Milton of H & R Block talks taxes.
The recent cyber attack that took down 1,200 websites was only a warning, says CHRISTOPHER MIMS, chief tech writer for the Wall Street Journal. Experts say a similar, or larger, attack could be launched tomorrow, and we’d be "powerless to prevent it!"
No one seems to know who was behind the attack, but only that it was launched by a “botnet” of thousands of internet-connected devices. Find out which targets experts are worried about most and what lawmakers are trying to do about it!
It's time to talk real estate--Chris Leffler, CEO of Caliber Real Estate development joins Steve and Sinclair to talk about new and existing opportunities to invest in Arizona with cash flowing commercial real estate.
The Coors brand is not just a beer, it's an empire which has grown over four decades to 60-plus brands sold in more than 50 countries-- from two brands sold in 11 states. Did you know that Pabst is owned by Coors? The Wall Street Journal says they have two more familiar names in their sights. Then Steve reviews 3 key consumer tips for comparing annuities while remaining completely sober.
Nontraded REITs have been criticized for high fees, thin disclosures and sometimes poor returns, not to mention complete illiquidity. New types of real estate offerings are hitting the streets including one by
Blackstone. Steve and Sinclair have the Wall Street Journal report. Then estate planning attorney Richard Dwornik is in the house to talk about asset protection and your estate.
It's that time again... time to start thinking about year-end tax moves. IRS enrolled agent Doris Milton with H & R Block has some ideas that can save you some dollars.
Steve and Sinclair review a study on money and couples and what happens when one spouse is a spender and the other is a saver...then Gary Kaltbaum joins Steve and Sinclair for the Q & A to talk about the markets, earnings surprises, and how the elections could affect your money.
Some investors are frustrated with the stock market and real estate and are buying franchises instead. See why some are moving to elder care franchises. Steve and Sinclair have the Wall Street Journal report.
How secure is your automobile--from hackers? Interviews with automakers, suppliers and security advisers reveal a major problem with the new wave of "connected" cars: They say the inside of your car has "ancient technology" that can be hacked from a laptop. The Wall Street Journal reports that car makers are hiring top hackers and even attending the Black Hat hacker convention this year to get up to speed. Steve and Sinclair have the report from Wired magazine and the DefCon convention.