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Another 1.38 million new jobless claims predicted

Red Eye Radio

00:16 sec | Last month

Another 1.38 million new jobless claims predicted

"The weekly unemployment insurance claims report will be released later today CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says it's expected that an additional one point three million Americans filed for unemployment benefits some one point five million workers filed for unemployment insurance the

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Powell Emphasizes Inequality in Pandemic-Fueled Job Losses

Jay Talking

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Powell Emphasizes Inequality in Pandemic-Fueled Job Losses

"CBS was Jill Schlesinger says fed chairman Jerome Powell is concerned about the labor market Powell reiterated his concern that millions of Americans could become permanently unemployed from the crisis he also said the downturn has not fallen equally on all Americans the rising joblessness has been especially severe for quote lower wage workers women African Americans and

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Another 2.4 million Americans file for jobless aid

Midday News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Another 2.4 million Americans file for jobless aid

"B. S. an additional two point four million applied for unemployment benefits last week CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says the numbers were right in line with what the economists were expecting this time that brings us to almost amazingly forty million about thirty nine million Americans also of note in this report we see that people who are receiving their benefits already that number is at twenty five million right now and that really drives with some new information from the census bureau just released yesterday where we saw that about forty seven percent of Americans say that they have lost some household income a startling

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Cuomo extends New York shutdown to May 15

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Cuomo extends New York shutdown to May 15

"Update it's been the hardest hit areas so far and if you are in New York you now have stay at home orders even longer governor Andrew Cuomo the new York pause policies the closed on policies will be extended in coordination with other states to may fifteenth correspondent Paula Reid says the president is expected to release his own social distancing guidelines after doing this later today the president will have a call with fifty state governors and he is expected to encourage a handful of states to begin to ease social distancing five point two million people filed for unemployment benefits last week and added up and CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says in a four week span we have more than twenty two million Americans who are filing for unemployment claims it is astounding it is shocking and is profoundly

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Coronavirus recession? Jill Schlesinger says not so fast.

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Coronavirus recession? Jill Schlesinger says not so fast.

"Is it time to start using the word recession CBS news analyst Jill Schlesinger speak king live right here on news radio pumping the brakes now on the R. word we don't have data that support being able to say we are in a recession I think that what most economists that I speak to say is that we are we kind of know that that the economy is we do it a month ago no longer

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Stocks sink after Trump travel ban, underwhelming economic measures add to fears about virus impact; Dow drops 1,600

WBBM Morning News

03:12 min | 5 months ago

Stocks sink after Trump travel ban, underwhelming economic measures add to fears about virus impact; Dow drops 1,600

"Stocks plummeted amid growing concerns about the economic impact of the corona virus the Dow plunged more than two thousand points yesterday its worst one day point decline ever in percentage terms it was the biggest selloff since two thousand eight the slump push stocks close to a bear market defined as a twenty percent drop from their peaks CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger is here with advice about your investments what do you do it years ease your fears in a moment like that I think you go back to basics and you save yourself let me remind myself what I'm doing here I am saving for usually a long term goal probably decades in the future and that can really start to calm you down also for most of us we have diversified portfolios we've got some in stocks but maybe someone bonds some in cash and maybe even some a little piece in gold and that can make you feel better I'm not the person who says don't check your accounts by the way because I think sometimes when you check your accounts like well I didn't fall eight percent yesterday I actually feel better if you are really freaking he can really are freaking out it obviously means you had too much risk in your portfolio you might need some professional help in terms of a investment advice if you need money soon this is a real different category because if you knew coming into this period I have to buy a car I had a big home repair I need a house down payment I've actuation tractor right the money never should have been at risk in the first place so unfortunately you kind of have to bite the bullet and get out of the risky thing put it into something safe cash money market savings tracking so that you can preserve your money honest to gosh it's really hard to say I hope the market will go up to him so I can write this tuition check do it right now preserve that cast doubt on that point for the recently retired of those people who are thinking about it soon sooner rather than later what should they be doing I got hundreds if not thousands of emails from people who listen to my radio show about this very thought and I think the general question is I'm sixty years old I really want to retire in five years this markets making me nuts what do I do again this is really important because our life expectancies are so much longer than they used to be a sixty year old who's thinking about retirement has to plan on living to eighty five ninety ninety five so again you're a long term investor you really do need to plan on that money lasting and on that note one of the ways we help money last is that we don't go into cash because cash is kind of the losing backed meaning that after taxes and after inflation you're gonna automatically lose money so pretty much everyone who's investing for the long term does it need to have some money in the stock market even though that's scary and also when you retire you have a four oh one K. or an IRA you're lucky enough to have these accounts you're not pulling all that money out in one fell swoop so again you're dribbling it out over time I will say that for near retirees or retirees the emergency reserve fund that you maintain should be closer to two years of your expenses so you don't have to invade your investment accounts when things

Dow enters bear territory, plunging by more than 1,400 points

Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Dow enters bear territory, plunging by more than 1,400 points

"And the Dow Jones fell more than fourteen hundred points throwing the stock market into bear territory CBS news special report fear the economic fallout from the corona virus sent the Dow down nearly fifteen hundred points today CBS's Jill Schlesinger the Dow Jones industrial average has now reached a new milestone of bear market that means it's down by more than twenty percent from its fifty two week high the plunge came as the World Health Organization label the outbreak of global pandemic market analyst Eugene Peroni things might be gaining momentum just because of irrational behavior emotional decision making so that's something that we want to make it as much as

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The Stock Market and Coronavirus: Why You Should Sit Still

WBBM Early Afternoon News

03:18 min | 5 months ago

The Stock Market and Coronavirus: Why You Should Sit Still

"Today's ion money how to invest when markets are in turmoil like now stocks plummeted amid growing concerns about the economic impact of the corona virus the Dow plunged more than two thousand points yesterday its worst one day point decline ever in percentage terms it was the biggest selloff since two thousand eight the slump push stocks close to a bear market defined as a twenty percent drop from their peaks CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger is here with advice about your investments what do you do it years ease your fears in a moment like that I think you go back to basics and you save yourself let me remind myself what I'm doing here I am saving for usually a long term goal probably decades in the future and that can really start to calm you down also for most of us we have diversified portfolios we've got some in stocks but maybe someone bonds some in cash and maybe even some a little piece in gold and that can make you feel better I'm not the person who says don't check your accounts by the way because I think sometimes when you check your account well I didn't fall eight percent yesterday I actually feel better if you are really freaking really are freaking out it obviously means you had too much risk in your portfolio you might need some professional help in terms of the investment advice if you need money soon this is a real different category because if you knew coming into this period I have to buy a car I had a big home repair I need a house down payment I've actuation check to write the money never should have been at risk in the first place so unfortunately you kind of have to bite the bullet and get out of the risky thing put it into something safe cash money market savings checking so that you can preserve your money honest to gosh it's really hard to say I hope the market will go up to him so I can write this tuition check do it right now preserve that cast doubt on that point for the recently retired of those people who are thinking about it soon sooner rather than later what should they be doing I got hundreds if not thousands of emails from people who listen to my radio show about this very thought and I think the general question is I'm sixty years old I really want to retire in five years this markets making me nuts what do I do again this is really important because our life expectancies are so much longer than they used to be a sixty year old who's thinking about retirement has to plan on living to eighty five ninety ninety five so again you're a long term investor you really do need to plan on that money lasting and on that note one of the ways we help money last is that we don't go into cash because cash is kind of the losing backed meaning that after taxes and after inflation you're gonna automatically lose money so pretty much everyone who's investing for the long term does it need to have some money in the stock market even though that's scary and also when you retire you have a four oh one K. or an IRA you're lucky enough to have these accounts you're not pulling all that money out in one fell swoop so again you're dribbling it out over time I will say that for near retirees or retirees the emergency reserve fund that you maintain should be closer to two years of your expenses so you don't have to invade your investment accounts when things go

U.S. markets bracing for impact over coronavirus fears

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:19 min | 5 months ago

U.S. markets bracing for impact over coronavirus fears

"At S. and P. also translates to about a seven percent loss same thing for the Dow right now and at some point we may see some of these circuit breakers kick in to stop trading yeah we're looking at the dell right now it just above twenty four thousand twenty four thousand forty points down and that's just a little over seven percent right now lower Asian markets plunge today the Nikkei lost nearly five percent some of the European markets right now are off by seven percent or more in Monday trading hi Wall Street is opening deep in the red and that sell off could get even uglier with the big plans as we saw in Asian and oil markets we spoke with CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger about what to make of what's happening in the overnight market stock futures were down by more than five percent that actually halted trading for a while part of this has to do with the oil market remember that through Friday's close crude oil was already down thirty percent this year there was some thought that the OPEC nations would get together and start curtailing production those talks fell apart as Saudi Arabia and Russia kind of said we're not we're not on the same page now Saudi Arabia cut their prices to China they've increased output oil prices down right now more than twenty percent this is the biggest plunge since the Gulf War in one

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Fed slashes rates in emergency move to combat coronavirus risks

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Fed slashes rates in emergency move to combat coronavirus risks

"And in a move not seen since the recession of two thousand eight the fed announces an emergency interest rate cut CBS news special report the federal reserve slashes interest rates by a half point chairman Jerome Powell says it's a move to help the economy in the midst of the corona virus is spreading the coronavirus has brought new challenges and risks the virus has affected many communities around the world and our thoughts and prayers go out to those who've been harmed the outbreak has also disrupted economic activity in many countries and has prompted significant movements in financial markets CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger the fear is that the corona virus spread in the United States could likely damage economic growth and the fed is trying to get out in front of the economic damage that could be created markets rallied on the news but now the Dow is off three hundred eighty

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Stocks Suffer Worst Week Since Financial Crisis Amid Coronavirus Fears

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Stocks Suffer Worst Week Since Financial Crisis Amid Coronavirus Fears

"The corona virus sent shock waves through Wall Street this week but today's decline was relatively modest compared to earlier sessions the Dow was off three hundred fifty seven points and nasdaq actually ended up a fraction CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger this was the worst week for U. S. stocks since October of two thousand eight that's really at the heart of the financial crisis and all of this is coming as there is investor concern that the spread of the corona virus is really starting to take a different form president trump is blaming the media and some Democrats for the corona virus scare but global health officials do find reason for concern CBS's the fireman reports the World Health Organization has raised concern about corona virus to its highest level very high the chief of the organization Tetris cover yes it was since the virus is spreading Denmark Estonia Lithuania Midlands and Nigeria have all reported their first cases France now has fifty seven confirmed cases French president macron says France is preparing for an epidemic Steve Futterman

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Public Risk for Coronavirus Remains Low, CDC Director Tells Congress

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Public Risk for Coronavirus Remains Low, CDC Director Tells Congress

"The director of the centers for disease control and prevention has testified on Capitol Hill about the federal response to corona virus in the U. S. Dr Robert Redfield is urging the public not to hoard face masks we need to make sure those N. ninety five masks are available with the doctors and nurses that are gonna be taking care of individuals that have this illness red bell says he wants the American public to realize the virus will spread and community transmission is just inevitable now as far as the sluggish markets on Thursday the Dow had its worst one day point loss ever and CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger said another sell off is expected we are on track to have the worst week for stocks performance in percentage terms since the financial crisis since October of two thousand eight so this is been a very brutal week both in terms of points but also in terms of percentage loss CBS news update hi Maria

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Why Macy's is closing 125 of their department stores

WBBM Programming

02:43 min | 6 months ago

Why Macy's is closing 125 of their department stores

"Macy's America's largest department store company is trying to end a years long slump by closing one hundred and twenty five low performing stores and slashing corporate jobs the company announced yesterday that it with fifth of its locations over the next three years macys will also cut around two thousand jobs at its offices in Cincinnati and San Francisco it's unclear how many retail workers will be affected by the store closures CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger is he'll deal I look at a graph last night and its peak Macy's had eight hundred something stores yes and now going down to four hundred and this is a company like many other big department store chains that's been suffering from dual challenges first from some of the big boxes like a Walmart or a TJ Max or target some of whom have been much better and pricing and then the advent of online shopping and Amazon and it's really startling to look at one particular graph that I saw also which is the stock price of Macy's over the last five years versus the stock price of Amazon Macy's down by seventy four percent over the last five years Amazon up by four hundred and thirty seven percent I mean that is pretty startling sees Jill do you can they stay in business will they stay in business well I think this is going to be an interesting paper because the scene came on board a few years ago is really focusing on what are our best performing stores let's close these massive stores some of which are in malls where people aren't going anymore focus on high performance storage but they're adding a couple things they got a lower and brand that they're bringing on and in an actual opening new stores they're going to try something else smaller stores about a tenth of the size of the current Macy's store and see if they can put them not showing a big massive mall in normal but maybe in a strip mall where more people seem to be shopping and opening their wallets and this is another sign of the broader death of traditional retail what is it mean for the thousands of people who work in that industry whether it's on the front lines are in the offices when you start with what's going to happen the people who work there it's a terrible thing when the stores close because a lot of these people who love being sales people need to find jobs these are not people who are necessarily going to go into a warehouse and start packing for one of the big online retailers hopefully they do find jobs in other sales locations because sales the sales of the great skill to have so I'm hopeful that they can move over as far as yeah that's really tough to say they were ninety three hundred store closures last year was a sixty percent increase from the prior year this is a trend that will accelerate I don't think we've

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Dow industrials end down over 450 points as coronavirus fears rise

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Dow industrials end down over 450 points as coronavirus fears rise

"In stocks have tumbled this morning after China announced a sharp rise in the number of cases of coronavirus threatening to cramp global economic growth right now the Dow down almost four hundred and sixty four points the S. and P. down over fifty points but CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says she doesn't think the current adviser corona virus cases here will have a significant impact on the US economy I don't think that five or ten or even fifty cases that's not what's going to impact the United States economy what's going to impact the U. S. economy is at if everyone is freaked out and they're scared to go out shopping they're scared to do things that's what starts to impact the real

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Senior citizens getting roommates to help save money

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Senior citizens getting roommates to help save money

"Seniors are getting creative to make ends meet financially getting roommates more than thirty three percent of Americans age sixty five and over do not have any money save for retirement in twenty sixteen seventy percent more seniors lived with roommates than a decade before CBS news senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger Jr met two strangers who took a few cue from the golden girls and moved in together in New York to

Senior citizens getting roommates to help save money

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Senior citizens getting roommates to help save money

"Seniors are getting creative to make ends meet financially getting roommates more than thirty three percent of Americans age sixty five and over do not have any money save for retirement in twenty sixteen seventy percent more seniors lived with roommates than a decade before CBS news senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger Jr met two strangers who took a few cue from the golden girls and moved in together in New York to

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BlackRock CEO says it’s time to tackle climate change — starting with coal

WBBM Late Morning News

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

BlackRock CEO says it’s time to tackle climate change — starting with coal

"Blackrock the world's largest asset manager says it's going to make climate change key to its investment decisions CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger company will start to leave investments in certain sectors like coal and it will also begin to ask clients to disclose their climate related risks the move will likely appeal to younger investors the customers can still choose traditional index

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How to catch up on your retirement savings

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:31 min | 8 months ago

How to catch up on your retirement savings

"News almost half of all people fifty five and older have saved nothing for retirement not a penny on CBS this morning CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger explain why this is becoming more common we have a system where people would say I get my social security I have a pension right I work for a company and I have my own savings we then saw a shift from pensions where your company paid for your retirement right to you know paying for your retirement to the four oh one K. ERA and you know when we put that burden on workers it's really a lot harder also when you have a four oh one K. or four three B. those kinds of accounts they're incredibly susceptible to downturns we have a pension the company's got to put more money in hiring a downturn right when you all the downturn you're like oh my god I got to get the money out of my retirement account I got to pay my bills so what can you do if you're behind the eight ball now if you have a plan through your employer we know that participation is the key and a little a lot of people don't have those in plainer player plans a lot of people are opting out of them so stay in it put a teeny tiny pieces side one percent of your salary to percent if you don't have an employer plan unfortunately it's harder you've got open up your own IRA account your own Roth IRA account many banks and financial institutions make this a lot easier Jill says the best thing you can do is automate the process so you don't so that to if it happens behind the scenes you don't really have to do anything and also automate the increase year to year increase one two percent of the time as you head towards those

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News business analyst Jill Schlesinger says the first step is creating a holiday budget by reviewing your bills from last holiday season then make a list for this year of everyone you need to include many retailers are kicking off their promotions early hoping to lure shoppers who are starting to browse the web for those holiday deals evacuations are staying in place in southeast Texas because of that massive chemical plant fire Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik says his first priority is to keep all citizens safe at all times will not do it back to where you can order until such time as I'm conveyances say for our citizens to return firefighters are making some progress battling flames a TPC group support nature site but he didn't doesn't want to risk any lives people aid at port Neches need Orland groves and also part of Port Arthur were told to get out on Wednesday afternoon no word yet on what caused the fire officials don't also yet know when people will be able to return to their homes the blast happened on Wednesday thirteen hours apart they blew out windows and doors of nearby homes also prompted a mandatory evacuation of a four mile radius from the plant important H. as in southeast Texas by the way that's about eighty miles east of Houston all power has been restored in Methuen after an outage on thanksgiving day here's more from WBZ TV is Tiffany chance it was a frustrating thanksgiving for about thirty two hundred families in Methuen not because of all the cooking but a power outage at the worst possible time only tell you didn't everything but power I powerful winds knocked down three telephone poles along Pleasant Valley street at around four forty five one was leaning across the road tangled up with live wire we definitely like to hold on BM thanksgiving day where was road wasn't being heavily traveled right now lucky for drivers but not for families who had to dine in the dark again all power now restored and with the wind but pleasant street Pleasant Valley street from Jackson street market basket was initially close both directions after multiple power poles were spotted leaning into the roadway a high school football game leads to chaos the nation's oldest public high school football rivalry ends with a bench clearing brawl on thanksgiving Wellesley and Needham players one after one another with just two minutes left to go in the game the home team Wellesley was up twenty seven to nothing officials call the game once punches were thrown it was a one hundred and thirty second game between the two teams meanwhile across town rivalry in the high school football is renewed in a city on the south shore in its eighty seventh annual Turkey bowl WBZ's Kevin Coleman explains from Quincy as the clock ran down to the final seconds of the Turkey bowl the Quincy high presidents football player shower and their head coach with the ice cold cooler to celebrate beating the rival north.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Channels. Jill Schlesinger says there's a lot to worry about we haven't unresolved U S China trade war, we have ongoing drama around the Great Britain's exit from the European Union. We've got risks in the corporate debt markets and last week. The Federal Reserve added to the agenda that investors are feeling because they said, yes, we expected this quarter point hike, but we didn't expect that the fed said it would sort of be on pace to raise two more times in twenty nineteen. Traders are also concerned about Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin comments that he's been talking to some major banks about how much money they have which hasn't even been considered a problem. Why has ficials worn the partial shutdown could stretch into the new year, President Trump truth? President Trump is still blaming Democrats. Even though he said he'd own a shutdown eight tweets, virtually every democrat, we are dealing with today strongly support a border wall or fence he was only when I made it an important part of my campaign because people and drugs are pouring into our country. Unchecked. They turned against it. US arrest on the Mexican border jumped seventy eight percent in November from year earlier searches in Indonesia is still looking for anyone who's trapped in the debris from soon. Nami that killed hundreds CBS news correspondent, Barry Petersen. People can be trapped, but protected sometimes by the debris, if it rains, they get water that can sustain them. So it's not without reason for some people to keep hoping that their loved ones are alive, even though as each hour passes that hope pass to fade a little bit more more than fourteen hundred people were injured at least one hundred twenty eight or missing in Rome..

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS Jill Schlesinger heaven, unresolved U S China trade war, we have ongoing drama around the Great Britain's exit from the European Union. We've got risks in the corporate debt markets and last week. The Federal Reserve added to the agenda that investors are feeling because they said, yes, we expected this quarter point hike, but we didn't expect that the fed said it would sort of the on pace to raise two more times in twenty nineteen in Washington. We apologize but due to the lapse in federal funding. We are unable to take your call. That is the message. Anyone who calls? The White House gets. We're now in day three of us. Shutdown and the president is at the White House saying he wants Democrats that come back and make a deal over his border wall. Correspondent Jim Taylor. On a statement just released by Senate Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. It's Christmas Eve and President Trump is plunging the country into chaos stock market is tanking and the president is waging a personal war on the Federal Reserve the statement continues impart instead of bringing certainty people's lives. Mr. Trump is continuing the Trump shutdown just to please right wing radio and TV hosts, meanwhile, different people from the same White House or saying different things about what the president would accept or would not accept to end the shutdown making it impossible to know where they stand at any given moment. Indonesian government workers and volunteers are searching debris. Strewn beaches, first, survivors and bodies after a nighttime soon. Nami struck without warning over the weekend at least three hundred seventy three people are dead, but fears that number will rise dearly. One hundred thirty are still missing CBS's, Tom Hansen, this soon NAMI in particular is believed to have been caused. By a volcanic eruption a potential landslide. It wasn't caused by an earthquake which is typically housing nominees begin. And that's also what the warning systems are designed to watch for that seismic activity out in the ocean. Have you done your shopping done? Cbs's Jim Taylor on the last minute rush. It's controlled chaos for last minute Christmas shoppers stat losure manages a big box store near Raleigh, North Carolina. Our main priority right now is.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"My money there? Jill Schlesinger can help you back to Jill on money. You're back with Jill on money. And we are delighted that you are joining us for the end of this interview with Reed Hoffman. The co-founder of linked in partner at gridlock partners, author co author with Chris hey of the book, Blix scaling and listen to the premise of this book is how do you get really big fast? And my bigger question is, okay, presuming get really big fast, and how do you control that? And what kind of governance, do you have? And I think that what we're seeing with a lot of these huge technology companies is that their governance isn't very good that is kind of the focus here with this segment of the interview. I guess that what's really important to me is that I recently conducted a very cool panel at the ninety second street y here in New York, and I am so encouraged by the younger generation, the millennials and gen X Y. I guess it's XYZ I feel like they are much more values driven and for that. I am grateful not so sure about what we got right now. So years more of our interview with Rita. Hoffman. I remember the first time I read an op Ed Lloyd, blankfein of Goldman Sachs way back when Rhoda Ed op Ed in the Wall Street Journal and the times about marriage equality, and now people are speaking out about lots of things number one. When did that change and number two, how important is it for companies to live their value system in the communities in which they serve? So I think it's critical. I have this phrase that I sometimes say Spiderman ethics with power comes responsibility with greater power comes greater responsibility. And business leaders of significant companies like Lloyd, and others actually have have a great deal of power, and therefore leadership responsibility. And so I think it's very good that they do that as individuals, and they say, look, I'm trying to help us both as a company, but also as a society get to the place, we should be getting to obviously, you have to do that in a way that's tolerant of diversity of perspective and political view of things. But that doesn't mean that you can't still say this is the direction I think we should be going. This is what we should be doing. And I'm are titillating that as one of the leaders of society. I think the way to think about it. He said, well, I'm not naturally inclined to that as an individual the way that you should still get to it. And think about it. As one is a combination of what's your company's mission. What is your company Stanford in the world? And so based on that, you should take responsibility for that. So example, linked in case, it's it's economic opportunity. So, you know, how do we get that spread and across kind of diversity inclusion across the entire country. How do we give the in the world? How do we give as much economic opportunities possible? And that's one of the responsibilities from for example, a company like Lincoln because that's linked mission. And then there's also the water society's needs. And what are your assets? Will you have a unique ability to to help and participate? And so again, just because you know linked in company. I founded part of what we do is we go to such a local governments, and we say well here is a way of understanding how industry's changing in your area which industries are growing with skills are growing into. So you can help drive public policy in this thing, we call the Lincoln cities initiative in order to help the economic region. Vera, because that's something we can do, and we can be helpful. We can contribute. If you think from a combination of what your proactive mission? As a company, and where you have kind of assets and participation that you can be uniquely helpful those are the areas where you should help society. Chris, you know, it's funny and read nine may be on the same side of a certain age. And so we might look at the slightly different. If you're a little younger than we are. And I'm wondering how much the generation of millennials has driven this values discussion. In other words, their employees at all these organizations, and they can be technology companies, but they can be big, banks, etc. How much are they pushing their management to really speak out? I'm sadly, not a millennial generation X. But I do think that the millennial generation is having a huge impact is now the largest generation in the workplace. It is the generation of workers who are coming up now that companies desperately need to have. We are in a seller's market for talent. And I think as a result leadership is responding. They recognize that millennials care about mission. They care about integrating their life. They don't just have the attitude. It's just business and business has no morality they understand that we are all whole people. And so I think it's actually been very helpful. Obviously, I'm the only woman in the room. And so let's talk a little bit about the responsibility of corporation in the idea of diversity and inclusion and what needs to happen to Napa growth and blitz scaling at risk. But also being very focused on the fact that you cannot have a company built on you know, ninety two percent guys. So one of the things that happens in blitz. Scaling is you're trying to grow as rapidly as possible and the standard way that people do this is by hiring people. They know they hire from their networks and the result of that Hama fully is that you have companies that end up looking very similar. It's the entire cast of characters and they all look the same. And that is a major issue for the company. In fact, we identified diversity and inclusion. As one of those potential traps for blitz killers that they should really address earlier in the history of the company rather than later, and that means building in diversity from the start on the founding team from that early set of employees the other thing, which I think is great advice. I heard read the other day is for people who are thinking about starting a company to build a more diverse personal network from the start even before they start that company because by the time that you are saying, oh, I need to hire a bunch of people. Oh, let me now. Build a diverse network. It's too late something that everyone should do is to build a diverse network, a cognitive diversity of demographic diversity of economic diversity in their own lives read, I'm wondering how do you feel about the notion of but sort of like a a European notion of having quotas on boards in organizations? I'm a great believer that once you break the barriers because they're such natural incentives to deploy talent that you've got a break these barriers around gender race of. Things when you break the barriers it will start working the right way. Now, the barriers are not always avert racism. Avert barriers may just be an under verse network. You want to break those barriers. And so putting the pressure on say, you know, like California did recently, which I think is a good idea. Would you say, okay? Look, we're gonna push on the scale to make sure that public company is our including women on the boards just to make sure that that's happening. And then once people circling await we work a lot better. We actually succeed a lot better doing this. Then the market will adjust. So I don't think the long term thing is to say, well, it should all be quotas and draw Crecy, but we should do everything including continuing to depress the scale harder and harder and harder to break. Those barriers and allow in this case town flow. Thanks so much to read Hoffman and his co author, Chris if you want to check out the book blitz scaling, we'll have a link to where you can purchase it. And when we return more of your questions want to send us an Email can get on the air with us asked..

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"On Friday, then a black Friday. Should we be looking for specific items? I think that what people really tend to miss is that there is a life cycle of how retailers put things on sale. And so this weekend, the big ones, they are video con videogame consoles elect small electronic devices and small appliances some things that you might think would be on sale like a phone. No. But phone accessories are on sale, and the big behemoth is always television. So, you know, you're dying for your newest best, blah, blah, blah. This is the time to do it. Do your homework. Please don't go crazy. You know, I'm a certified financial planner. So I mean, also known as buzzkill Jill. You know, like just please don't go crazy. So many people say to me. Well, you know what I do is. I just I put it on the credit card. Yeah. I carry the debt for a month or two. But then my refund comes from Uncle Sam for tax time. And I use that to pay it off. And I said, but this year could be different. It's a new tax code. Gosh. I really would love it if your refund if it's a lot more than you expected would be used towards other things savings, goals, etc. So don't go crazy, please. Okay. Promise. Well, no, I won't promise that because go nuts just on your gift alone. I know and don't forget my birthday is coming up. What days at that's the ninth of December, my friend. Oh, see that. Well, okay. Nine December nine everybody. Write that down. Everyone got that. Okay. We got my C CEO presence from the summer. You know? I love the t shirt. Yeah. Well, I gotta get you. Another one. Got it. We got a different one. Now. I gotta send to you. Okay. Really? All right. Good neighbor in here, you talked about I know you got to run, but the unemployment and being pretty good right now forgetting jobs, less miles. The former LSU coach just signed with Kansas to take over the program as a football coach two million seven hundred seventy five thousand annual salary, but also retention bonus. And other things. Life is good for the coaching world. It's the right programs. It has changed hasn't it? Yeah. Well, that's a whole nother story. Which is I'm not exactly sure we should pay paying our coaches that much money while our kids are getting their brains knocked out not getting any money, then trying to pay back debt. Yeah. It's interesting. Hey, will you have a great week happy thanksgiving? I'll talk to you on cyber Monday. We'll be talking about giving Tuesday next week because I don't want you to think I'm a cold retailer all about the giving to see jail. Finance Jill Schlesinger from CVS..

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Here's your host Jill Schlesinger. Mid-november? Fall. The height of full. I feel like we went from. I do feel a little bit likely land from summer to winter a tiny bit. But I don't know Mark. You can be writing that bicycle throughout the winter. No, you take a sort of say a hiatus if you will. Oh, nice hibernation. Very good. Hey, this is the program that takes the mystery out of your financial life, and we are broadcasting live from the Capital One Bank studios in the west side of New York, Manhattan. Manhattan. Yeah. That's us. If you've got a financial question if you just like financial content. This is the program for you. Even if you don't like financial stuff, we do make it fun. My goal here. When we first started this back in twenty eleven visit the beginning of two thousand eleven four hundred shows ago, I might add just had our four hundred show was that I wanted to try with Mark to help you take the mystery out of your financial life. But we also wanted to try to make sure that money wasn't scary. And it wasn't boring. It was kind of fun that we had a sense of humor. No, lectures. No finger pointing no proselytizing. It's just not my it's not my gig. I'm not that person. Wanna be like, you're cool. Cheerleading trainer and anything like that friend encourage you. But also tell you when you screwing up so that's our job. That's what we try to do. So if you'd like some help with anything that is financially on your mind, just send us an Email. It's asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. Ask Jill at Jill on money dot com. All right. Very good. That is what Barbara did. She is on the line from the the normally cooler suburbs of New York City, Barbara that's what they used to call it when I was growing up. You're calling from the great Westchester county where I'm from. So welcome to the program. Yeah. I know I love living here. It's wonderful fantastic. How do you like those taxes? Not so good. Oh, good. But you know, what I'm originally from Long Island and the taxes they were not so great either. Wait a minute. You are a transplant from Long Island where in Long Island. I am I grew up in plain. Do you owe at middle of the island at the edge of Nassau County. And so now you are in Westchester paying high taxes. Tell us what we can do for you. Okay. My portfolio is being actively managed by the same financial term for the past six years. Okay. Let I'm happy with my current advisor. But I was introduced to another advisor by mutual friend, who now manages my sister's trust, I reached out to him for a second opinion my portfolio, so I have to well informed. Well, intentioned advisors would differ in their opinions. Oh, that's so interesting. Quick question. Your current advisor, right? How do you pay? I pay question. A quarterly. See his management fee was comes out of my portfolio actually every month. Actually is one point one eight percent. Okay. And how much money is he managing right now. Recently dropped it. It could be. It's a total was average.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back to jail on money with Jill Schlesinger a question. Call or Email anytime eight five five four one one Jill or asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. You're back with Jill on money. If you've got a financial question, we'd love to hear from you very easy to send an Email asked. Jill at Jill on money dot com. I'm just trying. You're not gonna have to write a big article Mark about year end tax planning, given the new tax law. I can't just recycle all my old columns, which is what I usually do. I go back. I look at it. And then oh, this is going to be real work. Guess kidding guys? Know, you got the things that you you have to do. All right. Sandison email. That's what Steve did he wants a quick assessment and advice on the next decade? He's fifty three two hundred eighty five grand salary, no debt houses paid off. It's worth five hundred thousand dollars emergency ridge slash fund emergency fund one hundred forty five thousand. Four zero three b has six hundred ninety five thousand kids colleges funded. How am I doing? You're doing great. What should my goals for the next ten years? I don't know you tell me what are your goals for the next ten years. What do you wanna do? Are you married? You didn't mention a spouse. But you've got some kids. Here's what I would say. If you are looks to me like you're in great shape. I don't know you you have if you have a four zero three b than you, you probably work for maybe work for a school system. Maybe you work for a college or a nonprofit, maybe what you would want to do is just keep pumping money in their in your goal might be. If you wanna retire earlier, or I don't know what you wanna do. I e the goals are up to you. I can't do the goals for you, keep saving rock and roll. I don't know. What do you think? You have to figure that out. You really got to figure out what your goals are going to be. Okay. Let's move on. I love all these great questions about like, what do I do have extra money? This is from Lee he says he looks forward to listening to podcasts. Also, which I love our podcast. It's called better off, and you can subscribe to it anywhere. You get your podcasts. Apple Stitcher radio dot com. Google play anywhere. You get those podcasts Lee says that his commutes. Or she I'm not sure. All right. It's a he Mark says lease commutes have drastically changed since he started listening. He says I have some cash that's parked. It's not being put to good use. I've been shamed. By your advice into needing to change my allocation to a less risky one. I am prepared to purchase more bonds through funds that said it's my understanding that this isn't the best time to purchase due to rising interest rates best to bite the bullet and pull the trigger. Now. First of all. Yeah. Of course, you know, you're going to be market timing. We can't I don't know when the bond market is gonna move. But you're I get what you're saying. You're essentially saying that g. With interest rates rising. Should I really be buying bonds? Right now, I think the answer is if you're investing for the long term, it you shouldn't worry you shouldn't. Okay. Just do it. And you know, you'll be mad at me. Because what's going to happen is the bond market's gonna fall apart right after you, buy and you yell at me. But you know, if you bought the stock market. At the all time high in October of two thousand seven and you just stuck to your game plan. You were richly rewarded so bonds are not going to be in a cycle of one thing or another forever. A long term investor. Get going Rene writes that she is sixty eight she's retiring she wanted to take she wants to take her ex's benefit and then switched to hers at seventy if he passes later will I be able to claim the survivor benefit. I don't know if you can switch back and forth twice. Yes. Take the X benefit and switched years at seventy. But I don't know if you can do that. I would actually that's a that's a social security question that I would ask the social security office. I don't know the answer to that. If you get to switch back later. Not sure. Here's a question by Stephen who thanks me for maybe. It's a comment about retirement savings. The idea. Okay. So he's responding to a book that I had mentioned in an article called rescuing retirement. The idea being proposed sound similar to the social security system in place, the main differences that people are actually receiving their own funds back in retirement instead of relying on the next generation. It's not exactly like it. Because it's not a pay as you go system. So it's just a different. It's a different approach, Mark. You're going to have to put the actual link to that article in the show notes. But I see why you would say that. I think it's different. I'll tell you the thing that I like about both social security, and this idea proffered by this this book, which is called rescuing tyrant is that the that retirement becomes a compulsory part of everyone's life, and we don't force people to do it. They're not going to do it. That's what we've learned. Okay. Will wants to? Has an estate planning question. He was updating his revocable trust the trust states that my current spouse as opposed to his future one during her lifetime receives all the income from the brokerage accounts preserving principle for the most part undistributed after which the principal balance passes to my children from a former marriage. One question remains unanswered, concerns. My IRA is there a method by which its value fits into this scenario? No, it's different. So if you want you're going to have to divide it up and say some of the money goes to her outright and some of the money goes to the kids outright. I think that's an easier way to do it. Thank you for writing. Well, thank you offer writing. And by the way, if you've got a question, it's asked Jill Jill on money dot com. We'll be right back..

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Business analyst, Jill Schlesinger, the unemployment rate down to three point, nine percent. We've been hovering around three point eight to four percent for many months now, and that's also a good indication that overall the labor market pretty healthy. Employers added one hundred fifty, seven thousand new jobs analysts had expected. One hundred ninety thousand Bank rates Mark Hamrick the most under appreciated stories is the job growth being seen in the so-called goods producing sector. We've seen fifty two thousand jobs added in each of the past two months in construction and manufacturing. China is matching the latest threat from the Trump administration over tariffs live to CBS is Wendy Gillette Beijing says it will hit sixty billion dollars worth of products, including chips, beer, coffee, and Honey with tariffs if the US moves ahead with its proposal to impose twenty-five percent duties on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. China's says, the US needs to act rationally and resume. Talks in July both countries impose tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of products Deborah officials in Lynchburg Virginia. Are keeping a close eye on a damn endanger of bursting after half a foot of rain yesterday. And more possible today CBS's chip Reid rain is in the forecast here and that is bad news because the one hundred twenty or so homes that have already, been evacuated, those, people, will not be able to return to their homes until they're pretty confident that this dam is not going to breach they say that would be. Twenty four, hours at the earliest in Charlotte North Carolina Oh of, so bad The water, calm down in Madrid flood watches and warnings are posted, from Georgia to Vermont police in Washington DC still looking for a twelve year old abducted. From, Reagan, international, airport yesterday. Airport authority police chief David hustler says the girl walked away from her Chinese tour group and left the woman. Wearing a black dress it appears, there was some familiarity but I don't know if it, was a cordial exchange and that is something we're trying to. Verify at this time they're still sweating it. Out in the EU Spaniards warned about the surge, of hot air sweeping informafrica heading, for Spain and Portugal took expected to set a new European record temperature above one, hundred and eighteen degrees sweltering. On a Spanish beach meteorologist Clare Nasir says there's a red alert threats. As well, as wildfires, Larry, Miller CBS news London..

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Curie or financial problems could be just a phone call away eight five five four one one jill is the number to dial back to jill on money with jill schlesinger you're back with jill on money if you've got a financial question we'd always love to hear from you give us a holler so easy to do send us an email asking at jill on money dot com asked jill at chill on money dot com okay let's get back to the final part of our interview this is with scott wapner he wrote a really interesting book it's called when the wolves bite to billionaires one company and an epic wall street battle and basically these two guys if you're just joining us we're billionaires they're fighting about this company is it a scam is it not a scam one goes long one short one bets for the company went bets against the company and when it's all said and done this very public battle spills out in public and everybody sees this and the one question i had for scott was like what was learned from this whole process both by the people who participated and by him so here is the rest of our interview the end of it with scott wapner what is the lasting lesson that comes out of this brawl for each of them what do you think do you think either of them learn something or both of them what do you think so i think that bill will never go public with a short position ever again i'm also fairly confident that he will never short anything again now he may and i could be completely wrong but there's no way he's getting up on a stage ever again and good and saying that he's short xyz company and it's going to zero what i also try and do in the book and i hope readers come out with their own view of what separates these these two not in a way that one is better than the other or that but just the different parts of their psyche that guide them as as great investors and and to be fair you know the last few years have been unkind to bill ackman but before that he had some really spectacular wins including you know a trade that that will go down arguably is the greatest hedgefund trade ever made so it's not like the you know he's a dummy it's just they have different personal characteristics about them you know bill is more emotional he's more emotionally invested in in the positions that he makes whereas you know carl is more hey you win some you lose some if you lose you you take the bait off the hook and you go into another pond and he's been able to do that successfully he's had his ups and downs obviously but he hasn't had these spectacular wins or losses like bill has and i just wonder if that underscores in some way the difference between the two men would activists investors if they only stuck to creating a position without any leverage without borrowed money would that be perhaps a cleaner way to essentially change this from mathematical formula that only that mostly enriches shareholders to one that could help the company overall or would it i don't think it matters i don't think it matters i mean i think that whether they're you know whether there's no leverage or or what i don't think it makes a difference to how these investors view what they think is right for the company if there's something that has changed though towards activism over the last few years i think it's companies or more emboldened than ever to fight back i truly believe that now i don't know whether the herbalife case specifically has led to that i think companies are feeling better about themselves to push back and say maybe you you all don't have the best answers that led us the ceo the board run the company the way we see fit that we don't necessarily need your outside interference which may last for a handful of years it may be less but the impact on our firms will be forever so scott you are financial journal list you've been doing this for a few years and people see you all the time on cnbc what is something that would surprise people like a deeply held view that you have that people may misconstrue about the business that either that you really feel to your core is like this would surprise people to know that i think what is that thing.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"On money with jill schlesinger okay you're back with jill on money and before we went to the break we were talking to miss cathy from pennsylvania who has had a broker managing her proximity one and a half million dollar portfolio is that right i think that's what you said and that there has been a little bit of a question about the fees and cathy was paying two percent which is a whopper of a fee for money management at that level and the guy says oh you go to one and a half but you gotta give me discretion and so i just wanted to point out an and i'm only doing this for everyone else kathy you know that discretion is fine as long and and i think it makes a lot of sense as long as you really clearly understand all the fees that are involved and you make sure that the person's abilities to manage money are in line with what your goals and objectives are so it's not about the fact that that he's got discretion that's making me anxious the part that's making me upset as i sit here and listen to your story kathy is the two percent that he was happy to charge you and that is like a big red flag for me because really you're in the corporate world you know if if you feel like you don't charge someone as much as you can get away with you charge someone what is the kind of the going rate for your services is this guy doing anything else other than actually managing money for you that's the question well actually to answer your question i do think he kind of i've i've actually in the last i i would say year made him understand about what my goals aren't he has met with me and brought another advisors for different pieces so he is claiming to be in line with the goals and objectives good perfect okay and so what is it that what else does he do in other words do they do actual financial do they do planning for you they run retirement numbers or not really yeah they have they have he doesn't on a yearly basis with me and he said he'd do it more now that i've gotten all that money from you i must figure out how to justify it oh brother i'm so bad okay and have you met with other financial folks who are trying to say that you said oh that's what everyone says so tell me the other kinds of people you've met with well i'm actually just lining up interviews now so i've met with or i talked on the phone with a couple money manager that i think their biggest problem is that he not only makes probably to your point i don't understand how he's making money changing things with in stock portfolio making money they're and they're claiming that they would just manage the money and not make that double dip i guess yeah exactly because there's there's a lot of ways to kind of lard up a portfolio with fees what is that you could say you know every time there is a transaction to buy or sell that there is some commission attached to it but of course if you're paying a fee based one and a half percent chances are that's not what's happening but if there are other things in the portfolio like a merrill lynch mutual fund in there then there sort of getting that money and you know especially if they're buying any individual bonds there are markups i inside when you buy and sell an individual bonds can be a little bit thorny i guess the the i'm gonna make sure that mark sends you are list of the ten questions to ask financial professional the first one really is important in that is are you held to something called the fiduciary standard and what i'm guessing is is does this guy have a cfp is he does he have a credential like that after his name oh yeah and i get his his company merrill lynch stands behind that near me to rate him so yep okay because you know one of the things you could ask him is how is it that he is a cfp who's putting your best interest first but he's been charging you two percent when the going rates half that so that's maybe one thing to ask and you.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Now back to the show with jill schlesinger near back with jilan money if you've got a financial question i'd love to hear from you you know just love villages to hear your stories and to understand what's going on in your own financial lives and how we can help you out that's fantastic for us i you know i am a cfp i would say recovering cfp but it's not really recovering i loved being a cfp and i loved practicing and now i love being no business analyst for cbs but it's really the interaction with you guys it is it's quite amazing and it's very gratifying i have to say both marken i had the sense that you know we're actually doing some good here so love that uh all right if you want to get in touch with us to shoot us an email that's really is the easiest way and you know marco try to wrangle you to get you on the air but asked jill at jill on money dot com that is the address nora wants to know um what happens to her grandson who i think contributed it a a thousand dollars to an ira last year um because she says my grandson took out and i took out a ira for a thousand dollars last year i don't know what that means if he contributed a thousand dollars to his ira last year fine leave it alone if he withdrew a thousand dollars from an ira to help pay for college then he has to make sure he complied with the rules around uh pulling money out of an ira to pay for education so i don't know which it is mark and i are differing on this one new think you think it's a you think he just contributed money to an ira is that what you think at cerrone read i don't know i'm not sure okay here we go this is a question from marianne about gift tax rules that we have uh for coming up uh because it of course everything changed now right iris now has to actually comply with a new tax code so here's something interesting um the the amount that you can give to anybody that annual gift.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"To jill on money with jill schlesinger john in your back with jilan money and this the program that what the heck of my going to do before the end of the year with my money it's about that time you know i always think about this because once thanksgiving weekend rolls around that i've got this very short period of time to hit you with the things you need to do the year end financial planning investment tips bas you know at thinking about it after this after this weekend than we do the cyber monday then what happens as we get into this like blissful period of say two and a half three weeks right and that's about how long i think i have to capture your attention to be able to say hey wait here we go these are the things you need to do so over the next few weeks we will uh talking about year and financial planning year end tax tips maneuvers what you need to be thinking about uh deanne stablishment any kind of retirement plan some of them have a december 31st deadline not and april 15th deadline so it's important that you don't just shut down it can happen hey mark are we going to start playing holiday music next weekend i think so probably and when we start playing holiday music that may be the time when you want to shut down but don't because you know what their real money to be made or saved and usually these year and moves they tend to occur no without any risk so it's like making or saving money without saying i'm piling on risk to do so that's why i love these kinds of action so stay tuned not doing it on thanksgiving weekend don't worry but you better get ready for starting next week maybe we'll even have a guest to come in and do a little year and planning we'll have to talk about that mark we'll see anyway let's go take a call on the line doug from miami florida doug what can we do for you all right well coming from what to do with an from court ordered or one k that would automatically input peripheral artery i left army was under two grand so by law i don't think they had to.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"To jilan money with jill schlesinger you're back with jill on money if you've got a financial question we would love to hear from you our phone number here is eight five five four one one jill our email address jill at jill on money dot com and by the way we are revamping the website be sure to check it out but even if you wanna go now it's not so bad although now when you look at it mark isn't it like awful because he just like oh i can't wait for to get new and exciting and jazzedup now it's hard to look at the old one and not be like no i hate this i right he cringes he says it's like driving in your car when you know you're going to get a new one oh did you a new car this year mark the did uh all right stay tuned by the way our number two we have a fantastic guest his name is scott galloway he um he's had a number of different things go on in his life but most importantly he has been involved in the venture and investing world in the technology sector he's written a book called the four the hidden dna of amazon apple facebook and gugel and poor you is eyeopening so that's coming up in the second hour our guest is scott galloway let's do an email from nicole nicole writes that she's 27 years old she is worried about saving for retirement nicole makes forty four thousand dollars year she's got about twenty one thousand dollars in student loan debt the interest rate six and a half percent and she writes i am also currently paying for my master's degree out of pocket i pay the standard amount for my loan three hundred fifty dollars per month and then i put away five hundred twenty five dollars per month to make uh the quarterly tuition payments so only a hundred dollars a.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Money here's jill schlesinger you're backed with jail on money if you've got a financial question eight five five four one one jill send us an email ask jail at jill on money dot com we are talking to other meat to stir roni she's written a book called stress proof and one of the things that always is clear is that we have all been through rough times what is the difference between those of us who are able to bounce back and those who are not able to bounce back it has something to do with a single concept called elasticity at the at the end of the book you have a note at that resilience and i know we've there's been so much conversation around brazil the ends and studies you know when you say resilient is the art of bouncing back ray everyone has stressful stuff that happens to them but if you have an extraordinary event that's going on how can you help yourself bounce back also you know giving short shrift to the idea that look you did guth or something painful right you have to let yourself fields i imagine that you know you've talked to say hi atroush about this where you know the part of it is like you want someone to be resilient but he also wanted to process it and go through it so what's the balance there and how do you do that so study so obviously i've i'm thinking a lot about what's happening texas and it's an and must be horrific experience to go through at this moment that we noticed another studies from the earthquakes in japan and on residents in and what works and what doesn't work and one thing that they found is so emotional suppression ispat okc if you'll frustrated let it out because someone out there will share with you okay but what's really really important when you go through these big episodes is the illusion off control so whatever environment you're in you need to re focus on nothing else but being able to control elements of your environment so you know making little changes so clearly if you're in the middle of the of the situation you can't control anything but even in that situation control what you.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Of your finances here's your host jill schlesinger all right welcome to jail on money how my god it is the almost the end of the summer i am depressed it's official you know five you don't know this but that amazingly i've taken vacation although did not miss a weekend now i did not but now that i'm back from vacation i kind of like jazzed up i'm pretty sight so i feel good i i know we all have that sort of back to school sense even if we're not in school or we don't have kids in school i always get excited at the end of our of our guests the beginning of september i was at nerdy kind of kid you know what i loved mark i know this is going to be shocking to you i love getting school supplies and organiz all those organizers inside my looseleaf all a what he just asked me if i had a what a tr what keeper i track burke keeper i don't even know what that means what is that i gotta look that up either lou listen mark i'm old i had looseleaf notebook with swedes remember like three ring binder ab we cannot think any whenever uses anymore and i had my panin pencils ahead of ruler in there uh i was ready to rock and roll and i loved getting new pens and pencils i'll so fabulous anyway at that is sort of the idea around what i hope you guys are feeling in terms of what's going on in your financial i do you want to get things organiz you wanna come talk to us and and tells what's going on this is why we want to hear from you so if you have a financial question addle anything on your mind it could be a school related meaning your kids school your own debt you can give us a call you can talk to us about retirement savings are tax savings or anything just bring us.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Joulwan money with jill schlesinger here back with jail on money if you've got a financial question we'd love to hear from you on our phone number is eight five five four one one jail our email address asked jail at jail on money dot com all right so here's what you need to know you will have financial questions you give us a call right i had technology questions where do i go mark you're not even though you are young you not exactly although i did use you once for what if we do like when i would i did i do something funny whereas if iphone i need you to like do an emergency iphone intervention with me i can't remember what it was i was like a race something are setting or something and i was freaking out and i call him and i'm like oh my god help me but normally when i have the technology question i've got to go to experts and there are no better experts stand jeff back larr and russ fresh deck they are the host of the 404 show that is the popular cnet podcasts and they they do everything right they do tech but they also do pop culture and movies and comics in video games you know one time and this must have been a long time ago eight or nine years ago when i first got to cbs i remember jeff is a video game reviewer and i remembered that my nephew wanted a certain video game and i said to jeff like oh my god it should i get this for him and and because i thought it was like maybe it's too violent and then just said fine so he would hold my hand through those kinds of questions and and then when trying to figure whether to get an iphone or android he helped me there in other words jeff kind of keeps me relevant and and and so too with russ i've i've only i've known jeff longer but but the two of them are so helpful that everything and so when.

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"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jill schlesinger" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Five or sixty five jill schlesinger is here to help you back the july year backed with jail on money if you've got a financial question eight five five four one one jail sentence an email ask joe act jill on money dot com you know what i just remembered mark i still have your screeners i gotta get this back you like an never watched any of them i had no look i don't have the capability to watch a movie anymore such a him i binge watch these these netflixing series and i i've got no time left all right by the way we've just been getting so much great feedback from our interview with diana henry case so do do the woman a solid and go by the book wizard of lies killed herself writing that darn thing you know what i'm site about it we will have a back on in the fall when she does that big book about the crash of 1980 seven i want to get her back on but that wizard of lies i thought that was really good you do like the movie mark his is good it really is good during you know what mark does in he's like mr in shape fit guy but he's eating like the new away furniture what are those things nilo idea vanilla and something or others new vanilla fingers the eta fingers that's what they are all right let's take a call if you've gotta financial question we want to hear from you eight five five four one one.

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