...The National Debt has reached over TWENTY TRILLION dollars and growing, the stock market is at all-time-highs, and interest rates are at all time historic lows! Most retirees no longer have pensions. ..Is this one of the worst times to retire in history? Many people think so---we’ll review problems and solutions, and how to turn the odds in your favor when YOU retire
...It’s a Health & Wealth Wednesday which means the Tax Nurse, Doris Milton is here to save us money and make us healthier! Doris holds a Doctorate Degree in Nursing and is also a Master Tax Advisor with H & R Block. But first we'll discuss a way to get a substantial tax deduction, and then get tax free money to pay for some of the most expensive items in retirement!
At what age should you take Social Security benefits, and is holding out for higher payments always a good deal, mathematically? Will Social Security run out of money during your retirement? And when will current Social Security recipients ever start seeing healthy increases again? We’ll see what the analysts at Barrons Magazine have to say about each of those topics--then Commodity Expert Terry Shveda of Decadian joins us for the Q & A
It’s a Larry Kudlow Monday! —the former Ronald Reagan economist and long time syndicated radio and TV personality gives his insights on money, politics, tax reform, market intel, and what’s happening in Washington DC.
it’s a JOE FRIDAY! Senior loan officer Joe Capitano joins us but first-The Wall Street Journal reports that the world’s six largest pension systems—the U.S., the U.K., Japan, Netherlands, Canada and Australia—will have a joint pension shortfall of $224 trillion dollars by 2050! There will be only four workers for each pensioner, compared with eight now. Is your pension really safe? Learn the key danger sign
Unemployment is down, the economy is up, and the national debt is through the roof—so you may be wondering just like the Fed and economists all over the world—what’s keeping inflation down?? Well, there are three KEY factors, experts say—we’ll review all three! Then commodity expert Terry Shvada with Decadian joins us for the Q & A session to talk about how he uncovers winning positions in agricultural commodities--with the track record to prove it!
The charts are beginning to look like a correction isn’t far away—especially with turmoil in Korea. In 2007, things looked calm, but the market didn’t stop falling until 2009, after a 57% decline. Could it happen again? And what should you do about it? We'll see. Then nationally recognized Franchise Attorney Josh Brown will join us with tips on how to avoid mistakes when buying a Franchise. Lots to cover!
Baby Boomers fear running out of money in retirement, even with high six figure and seven figure nest eggs. Resources like Ernst & Young, the Wharton School of Business, Texas Tech, and MIT confirm their fears—mainly because of historically low interest rates on bonds combined with volatile stock markets and longer lifespans. We’ll talk about an approach to resolving the problem that is suddenly growing in demand. It may surprise you!!