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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Page of wnbc dot com when I say Jonathan Silverman Do you know that name? He's an actor? Do you know what movie weekend at Bernie's is 54 years old today? And I think the big urban myth or legend that he's brothers with Sarah Silverman, which they're not related. You kind of look alike They do. I can see that to me. But of course of weekend at Bernie's My one of the greatest comedies of the late eighties early nineties, maybe early nineties weekend at Bernie's. I think it was late eighties, but they got awful sequel. Got into the nineties. Anytime you have part two of a movie that involves a corpse, probably not going to be as good as the original. Patrick Ewing is 58 years old, did some major battles with him and the Indiana Pacers back in the day, all the Davis Brothers Dale in Antonio banging against the Knicks with Patrick Ewing and Charles Oakley. Oh, man, I'm Missy and Market Square arena packed and loud And that was fun. Pat Smear is 61 years old from the Foo Fighters, his his story's kind of funny. Because he used to. He was an ex guitarist for Nirvana on the Nirvana broke up came and joined the Foo Fighters later after they started becoming ah thing and then quit the Foo fighters. And then once fu fighters like shot into the stratosphere, he was like he knocked on days. Girl date girls doors like, Can I come back? So Pat Smear. It's it's one of the Foo Fighters is 61. Now for those who might not be privy to this gentleman's name. Can you play say it slowly because it sounds like something else? Not not not the character and naked gun Pap smear. No, pat. Smear. Got to say it the right way. One of the guitarists for the Foo Fighters, Azad Adam Yauch would have been 56 years old today from the Beastie Boys. I saw that documentary on Apple TV. I think I mentioned it a couple days ago wasn't one of the best rock docks I've ever seen. But it was still pretty good. And I'm a huge Beastie Boys. Fan and license to kill is one of those albums to change my life and I could still go back to it and listen to it front to back back to front without any problems. Every song on that album is good. Every single one. You could turn it on at a party at a buddy's salves and you're still going to have a good time today Tonic contain 59 years old. Boy, I think we all know her from dancing on Whitesnake Scar, right, Tom Eggs, of course. Tom Hanks, his fiance in bachelor party, And then she beat the hell out of her baseball pitcher. Husband, Chuck Finley beat the hell out of them. Really? Yeah, I roughed him up, right? Oh, man. Now in his defense, he admitted. I'm not going to hit a woman. I'm not going to hit her back, but he had some bumps and bruises. Man. Lonnie Anderson is 75 years old today. European Cincinnati. Formerly Mrs Burt Reynolds for a little while. Yeah, there was some domestic issues that that relationship is well, um And finally, ladies and gentlemen, Rick, Darren Jer. 73 Rock and Roll Hoochie koo Happy Birthday to Rick Darren jerseys, probably the song he's best known for right to most people, but to other people take a double hit the music. He's gonna be the man.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Country in this country. It's out in California. They have the part of California. They call it. The murder capital where people are growing marijuana and way up in the mountains in the fire and stuff like that. And people are being killed all the time. Disappeared. All the time. It was on fusion. It was a story about that people being killed disappeared. All the time. Because of the marijuana trade. To try to make it legal up there. They could take violence out of it and people still can produce it. Thank you for your doesn't surprise me. I mean, these these are a lot of things to consider. There's no doubt about that. I mean, you you can't you if you take the profit out of drugs, you're not gonna have nobody standing out on a corner in the wintertime, four feet of snow selling drugs, no money in it. But as long as you can sell drugs and make millions and millions and millions. If you're smart enough to do it. They're not gonna stop doing there. That that will continue. There's no doubt. And like you said about the border Mexican expert. They'll they'll find a way to get out. Hey ernest. We gotta take a break. So we can get to Willie be right back with more your calls. Dr Jonathan Silverman would.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A lot of people go online and request their own consultation. Complimentary. So the new rodef market volatility continues. What should the listeners know? Well, wait, you know, with the markets becoming more and more volatile. And there's a lot of reasons for that. We're going to go over some of that in today's show. A lot of people are wondering is it time to bail get out of the market. Should you stay the course while according to a recent study done by allience and northwestern mutual did you know that nearly forty percent of the people surveyed of the of the Americans they surveyed were anxious about stock market volatility. And this is a survey done by only on landslide mainly the people were worried that they may not be able to protect their money from market laws. That's a big concern of retirees especially retirees her her in what we call the red zone of retirement. That's the ten years before their retirement date and the ten years after their retirement date. That's when they really have to be cautious about losing money. Another four. Thirty two percent. Feared a big market crash. Forty four percent predicted a major recession on the horizon and thirty eight percents said that if the market volatility caused them to lose a large percentage of their retirement money. There's no way that they could rebuild it and meet their target retirement date. Now, not all the people in this study. We're worried about volatility though, about thirty five percent or about one third of the respondents said that they were comfortable with the market conditions and ready to invest and that's up from a little bit. From that twenty six percent from a few years ago. And indeed some Americans are in better financial shape than others. According to the survey of the people, they surveyed had substantial savings. But no matter how much they put away. Many Americans are interested in taking action to protect their.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But it definitely is the right time for you to study your option. That's really interesting. There's a recent Forbes article that addresses the question, this is pretty cool do nice people. Fare worse financially, and according to this Forbes article it's a new study from the researchers at Columbia business school and University College in London finds the people higher in agreeable in this. Nice people a trait exemplified by kindness, niceness, generosity and warmth. However, also tend to have poorer financial outcomes than those lower in the trade. The studies published in the journal of personality and social psychology. A team looked at a lot of data from a lot of the number of different sources, including national surveys questionnaires government data on insolvency rates Bank account information, online surveys. They looked at the correlations between the big five personality traits with financial outcomes over the years and agreeable. And this was the only trait that was significantly correlated. With finances across all of the experiments and all the sources of data one of the experiments followed people from childhood through the next twenty five years. The researchers found that people measuring higher in agreeable nece niceness early in life were more likely to have financial problems later in life. And this suggests that there what's the cause. It can't be that poor finances caused agreeable nece, but rather being nice to begin with might cause financial issues later down the road. So. Oh, it's true. That maybe the good guy finishes Lassiter. Well, according to this study, wait. Okay. Mama dolts agreeable. And this was also linked to a number of less desirable financial outcomes. For instance, one experiment found that people particularly high in agreeable in this also had a fifty percent greater risk of having filed for bankruptcy. Well, that's crazy. It is that's high. But it's not that agreeable people are less smart or less able to make money, but they do seem to care less about it. So they may not handle money as well as less agreeable people. We found that agreeable.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To know where your money is. Right. My -solutely. Do you think the people that are running Amazon and Google just ignore their investments? With the hope that it's going to work out. No way. In fact, quite a few 4._0._1._K investors have lost track of their money over the years so much so that there are actually billions and billions of forgotten four one K dollars out there that have gone on claim us. So there are ways for you to find missing money forgotten 4._0._1._K's rod. Yeah. Absolutely, wait. There are some ways. There's some new things that are set up. It's true. Millions of workers have changed jobs having left really more than more than a coffee mug behind with prior employers. According to a recent Kipling your article there are billions of dollars in retirement assets being held by former employers were the pension benefit guarantee fund, the PB G C, which inherits pensions from companies who have shut down their plans overtime workers. May forget about their four old 4._0._1._K's. Maybe forget about the pants. Lose track of them as former employers merge changed names or maybe closed down. But there are ways that you can keep track of that the pension benefit guarantee corporation tries to find missing participants who are benefits from terminated private pensions. They've recently launched a similar voluntary program for 4._0._1._K plans and other defined contribution plans. They actually have a website that you can go to if you think that you may have an old pension or forgotten 4._0._1._K plan. It's the P B g c dot gov slash wer slash missing dash participants. Where anyone who suspects that they may have missing retirement money can search for unclaimed benefits? If you just go to the pension guarantee a pension benefit guarantee corporation website. You can find the link to that they're you know, there's a.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that we delivered see you. As fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion. A Russian woman is accused by the Justice department of trying to interfere in the midterm elections. Nobody is accused by the Justice department of helping finance the social media troll farm operations special counsel, Robert Muller already charged. Russia's internet research agency for election meddling earlier this year. But this latest complaint is believed to be the first connected to election interference for this year's midterm elections. It was announced as US intelligence agencies warned of influence campaigns by Russia, China and Iran targeting upcoming US elections in Washington, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Alaska's governor stunts the debate audience with an unexpected announcement Alaska governor Bill Walker dropped his reelection bid after the sudden resignation of his Lieutenant governor over what Walker described as an inappropriate overtures toward a woman. The announcement Friday at the Alaska federation of natives conference in Anchorage right before he was to participate in a debate. Was met with gasps and cries of no from the audience Walker saying it became clear, he could not win a three way race and Carrick politic on brings together, politics and pop culture in the home of the industry, Los Angeles. Politica, dubbed, the unconventional political convention hits Los Angeles convention center for two day stint the event brings together political commentators and celebrities to banter and Spar over the biggest issues facing the country today, and as expected in this political climate there will be plenty of sparring among the celebs of the event. Henry Winkler, Eliza Milano and Adam Corolla among the commentators Tucker Carlson who will sit down with James Carville. Ben shapiro. Tommy Laron, the young Turks breakout star has gone piker, many more from the panels include Russia, collusion delusion and fake news versus the world. Michelle.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Maybe even some insurance vehicles going to vary slightly with regard to liquidity and how their tax they're all protected against loss due to market risk. You all the data term and breed of return rate of interest as well as any of the charges for early withdrawals. You all know exactly how that will be handled. And you hear me talk a lot about income, but income is so important in today's retirement, while you're working you have an income coming in each and every month or each and every week reverie two weeks, you get that paycheck. So there's no need to solve an income. Problem when many people retire with a pension? They most likely do not need to solve an income need. They have a pension coming in each and every month, and that made last as long as they've lived if you're married couple you have to consider the longevity for myself and my spouse as well. And you also have your social security coming in by the way, have you sat down with an adviser and figured out. Exactly. How to maximize your social security benefits. It's very important because they say eight they estimate even the social security administration estimates eighty percent of the people that are receiving their social security benefits are not kidding their maximum benefit. So we've got social security coming in maybe some extra savings to top it off bottom line, retirement income may not be as big a deal. If you've gone a pension in today's environment. However, the landscape for retirement has changed and pensions are disappearing. They're becoming a dinosaur thing of the past and most companies no longer offer them to their employees. Now. Most people are retiring with a lump sum. Because because their employer saying, hey, sorry, guys. Here's a buyout. We no longer want the responsibility of giving you that guaranteed pension or you got a 4._0._1._K or four three b and you have to figure out what to do with the money when you retire..

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I gotta tell you. It's summertime in Maryland. I just love it here. You hear me talk about what we've got the house down in Florida. You go down there to a winter months. But I gotta tell you. Although it gets pretty hot and humid here doesn't it in any way. But we got the crime. So we got the sweet corn, and then the tomatoes, and if you listen to my show, you know, I like to do a little bit of gardening. Even though this year. I didn't put in a really big garden. I just just did a few tomato plants but got nothing beats Maryland tomatoes. I'm telling you, I must be something in the soil or something. I don't know. But anyway today, I've got a lot to talk about in today's show. We're gonna talk about some common investment mistakes had to integrate the three different worlds of money into your retirement. Couldn't talk a little bit about working up. If you decide to work part-time and collect social security or go back to work and collect social security Jala can affect your benefits. We're going to talk about that in today's show as well. But anyway. In case, your new listener, do this weekly show here on WCBS, a safe retirement solutions, if you're a constant listener, thank you for being here. I appreciate every one of you. When we talk about investing your hard earned dollars. You know, what financial vehicles come to your mind? No, most likely stocks bonds mutual funds, maybe even some real estate, but the different plethora of investments that are available to consumers comes in a lot of different shapes and sizes the difficult part was figuring out a way to make all of your investments and other financial vehicles work cohesively together in order to put you on the pit to successfully creating a successful retirement income plan. So in today's show, we're going to take about well, what do you want to do in retirement? We're going to discuss a lot of different things. Do you think that the same investments and other financial vehicles? They got you to retirement are the same vehicles that will get you through. Your retirement, we're going to go into a little bit more detail about that in today's show is well, well, maybe they will maybe up we're gonna find that. It's not always the case. Unfortunately, we too too often see pre retirees and retirees invest the same way during their retirement years that they did while in the years that they were working. So today, I'm going to discuss the three different worlds of money, and what they mean to your financial portfolio. These three worlds include the banking world, the Wall Street world and the insurance world, do you have money and all three of these worlds. Do you know where money really is invested? Do you wonder stand? Why it's invested the way that it is. So again today, I'm going to help you better connect with some of these investments give you some more information. Hopefully, some really good thought provoking information to make you really sit down and think about how how your money is handled currently, and maybe some different opportunities for you as well. So let me ask you this. Are you in are you already retired? Or are you in what we call the red zone of retirement? Now, that's the ten years before with the ten years after your retirement date. These are the most conservative years that many different analysts have said it's time to really get conservative during this time because if we have a target date of let's say sixty five years old and your fifty five years old. Can you afford to have another stock market hit like we had back in two thousand eight anyway, the investments in other financial vehicles that pushed that you put your money in is usually a hot topic in the financial industry. They're really targeting. Now.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"News. Hold the low to mid seventy s for the remainder of the afternoon. Under a cloudy sky. Winds will stay light and overcast conditions tonight with the potential for some dense fog forming late as the low drops down to sixty seventy. We'll be a warmer into the weekend. On Sunday, cloudy, initially, then some sun will break through times during the afternoon hours as the high temperature climbs up to eighty five degrees above average on Monday with a mix of clouds and sunshine, maybe an isolated thunderstorm with a high heating eighty three I've Jeff marr from the Weather Channel for talkradio. Six eighty WCBS attention Baltimore area. How would you like to chance earned dollars every month inconsistent mailbox money? Well, listen to this actor dean Cain known a superman on ABC's hit TV show, Lois and Clark. And now real estate investor with the national real estate network are giving away their riches in real estate kit for free to anyone who calls now, they will show you their formula for flipping houses in your spare time for potential profits. If you're interested in embarking. On a new adventure and possibly changing your life. Then you need to call right now. Call one eight hundred six one four nine two nine seven now to get your free riches and real estate kit. Call one eight hundred six one four nine two nine seven now and you'll also get free tickets to a live training event. That includes a free smart watch and a free flash drive loaded with vital information just for attending. Call one eight hundred six one four nine two nine seven that's one eight hundred six one four nine two nine seven for your free Richardson real estate kit today, have you ever considered a career in radio production sales or marketing, it's a fun and challenging profession that helps area business people make the most of their marketing dollars as a radio professional you will call on produce and or guide businesses and advertising agencies to help them attract new customers communicate their message and be part of their marketing team, Email your resume to radio sales manager at g mail dot com. That's radio sales. Manager at g mail dot com. Testing live from the liberty safe retirement solutions studios. Call Rodber ROY four ten to six hundred eleven twenty or on the web at safe retirement solutions dot com. The views and opinions you hear on talkradio. Six eighty wcbMcom are not necessarily those of the owners management, employers and advertisers of WCBS, but they should be the following WCBS program has been prerecorded at this time safe retirement solutions is sponsored by rod Barohi and the retirement planning center..

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We have overcast skies. Temperatures sixty eight degrees in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm Mike Macklin top stories we're following on the Saturday afternoon that cruise ship the star pride stranded overnight off of county hung guyland should be reaching its final destination. It's port of call in New York City this evening, the ship lost power in buzzards bay due to a chemical issue. It had to be inspected before the coastguard allowed it journey to continue with the stop in. Newport, a state of emergency declared in both north and South Carolina, tropical storm Florence bearing down on the Carolinas. Forecasters say the storm could intensify regain hurricane strength sometime later today. And beginning today Amtrak's down Easter service between Maine and Boston will be affected for a few weeks as improvements to the track gets underway. Fewer down Easter trains will be operating on weekdays and passages travelling to or from stations between Brunswick Maine in Dover. New Hampshire will have to go by bus for part of their trip. Criminal charges have been filed against those involved in making annoying robo calls that said they were from the IRS central. Prosecutors said Atlanta have charged to fifteen people and five businesses in connection with an India based call centre fraud scheme at victimized more than two thousand people in the US. They lost some five and a half million dollars. The victims were called by operators impersonating IRS agents issues arrest warrant against you victims were threatened with arrest going to jail or fines for supposedly failing to pay. Taxes or penalties to the government. Jim, Chris, cillizza? Bs news, a Dallas police officer expected to face a manslaughter charge after the ficials say she walked into a neighbor's apartment thinking, it was her home shot and killed the man who live there ABC's MARCY Gonzales with more. Now on this baffling case that believes say for now is providing more questions than answers patrol officer whose name still hasn't been released to just finished her shift Thursday night still in uniform. When officials say she walked into that home, just blocks from Dallas police headquarters at some point shot old both in John and called nine one one John later died at a hospital investigators aren't saying whether the door to that apartment was unlocked or if the officer and gene knew each other. The victim is a native of the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia he worked for an accounting and consulting for New Hampshire. Polling places will feature a new system for the blind and vision impaired for Tuesday's primary elections in that state. The new system is called one for all it involves tablets that voters can use to enlarge the size of the lettering on their ballot for blind voters. The software reads through all the names queuing them to hit the enter key. When their choice of candidate is read contestants from Massachusetts. And Indiana have won titles in the third and final night of preliminary competition in the Miss America. Pageant miss Massachusetts, Gabriella Taveras winning the onstage interview portion of the competition and miss Indiana winning the talent portion for singing Frank Sinatra's. That's life. The next Miss America will be crowned tomorrow night. Paul McCartney rock in Grand Central station with a special concert. Promoting his new album.

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Egypt court sends 75 to death, 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

Tooth Talk with Dr. Jonathan Silverman

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Egypt court sends 75 to death, 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

"Bannon says companies have claimed in the past that information was anonymous when it wasn't and the fact that the Google MasterCard deal was done in secret raises questions there just needs to be a lot greater transparency with the company is for what they're doing with consumer data companies. Use of data is likely to be among the issues raised during today. As of Federal Trade Commission hearings this coming week. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business on

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Apple Inc bans Alex Jones app for 'objectionable content'

Tooth Talk with Dr. Jonathan Silverman

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Apple Inc bans Alex Jones app for 'objectionable content'

"Conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones is getting booted off another social media platform Jones and his conspiracy site info wars were recently banned from Twitter Facebook YouTube and Spotify for incendiary content now Jones has been removed from the apple app store. Buzzfeed says as of last night searches on the app store for info wars returned. No results. It says apple confirms that info wars was removed and that the app would not be allowed to return to the app

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Really go on there and download a lot of information I've got some reports on their about maximizing social security about retirement income planning in general and you can download all those reports as well I wanna talk a little bit about one of the topics, that I've wanted to go. Over a financial scams I'm talking about the best ways to avoid becoming a victim of a financial? Skin we're we're con artist over the years nothing's really changed there's. Always been financial scams that exist if anything the, scams that are going around or even harder to identify and they're easier to fall victim. To even so for those who, are eating and. Retirement, like me. If you're a baby, boomer, the, scams tend to target seniors more so than not so what really should you. Do we're gonna talk, about some of those things in, today's, show how to avoid, losing money avoid losing your retirement dollars are there particular areas that. You can avoid or that you should know about today on today's show I'm going to, give you some tips on how to help avoid Losing your. Hard earned retirement dollars to financial scam or a con artist beware of the next Bernie Madoff is he out. There you bet you are burning medoff's out there financial scams and cons and their. Effect, on retirement accounts after all that's. Where the money. Is I really feel that this topic is timely, and really it's kind of overdoing talking about I spend all of our time talking about the right way to invest your money and how to determine the best, way to develop your financial, portfolio mixture However I really get a lot of questions. From listeners and clients about certain? Financial scams were cons or potential con artists and things that they hear about day to, day in their lives so. It's important to consider even more when you're a senior citizen or a pre retiree or a retiree? Because unfortunately for you the vast majority of scams that are built Really circulating around are there to target our demographic, group you might ask yourself why first of, all that's where the money. Is you have all the wealth no not specifically you baby boomers seniors in general our. Demographic has more wealth than any other and a scammer wants to target people who have the money after all study from true link financial found that senior. Citizens, lose this number staggering lose thirty six point four billion dollars each year to financial con artist according to the national committee for the prevention of elder abuse and this is I think. Pretty young people age fifty or older control more than seventy percent of the nation's wealth so it's no, wonder the, scams are, most prevalent at being targeted to senior citizens People age fifty and over although I don't consider myself a senior citizen, as a matter of fact I went Thursdays if you get a Harris teeter if you're over sixty years old. You get ten percent discount, and so I went to check in I got to tell you this because it made. Me feel good the checkout bought my stuff and I got my discounts and and I just noticed the, sign I forgot move and so, I said to the little. Girl behind the counter I said we'll. Definitely get I get my ten percent discount for being a senior. And she goes no you're not a senior I said yeah yeah Because you're, not ever, sixty made me. Feel good but anyway let's get back to the show, but second of, all, as we get older, there's a, better, chance I'm sixty, three by the way That your cognitive ability and your decision making ability is. Is likely to go into decline The financial world will continue to become more and more complex and that's why I'm here and you're going to continue to here You're gonna continue you'll have a harder and harder time in. Understanding all the different nuances about the financial, industry and that's, not a good combination according to the National Center for biotechnology information I'm not kidding ability such as conceptual reasoning memory and processing and the the ability to process speedily all decline gradually over time and a new study from the North American securities administration association shows that three in. Ten state security regulators has. Seen an increase in. Cases and complaints related to senior financial fraud and exploitation in, the past year so this stuff is real it is out there We're coming up on a break so I'm going to pick this, up a little bit after our break and talk about how to avoid some of these scams in a little bit more detail again this is, rod Barohi on here every week with safe retirement. Solutions to offer you some tips and strategies on how to. Achieve a safe successful retirement income plan that's, going to work no matter what happens in that Wall Street casino no matter what, happens with the. Knuckleheads, down in. Washington DC all you, have, to, do is. Pick, up, your telephone and. Give me a call my local phone number and you when you call by the way you, will schedule your appointment to come on in and sit down and visit with. Me and we'll get to know each other, a little bit, but you will meet one on one with me I'm not gonna give you up to an assistant associated visor he may work with them in the future but you will meet with me my local phone number by the way is four ten to six six eleven twenty that's. Four one zero two six. Six one one two Oh and. Again take advantage of my website it's full, of great information the website is safe retirement solutions dot com and again take advantage of.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Retirement solutions got a lot to, talk about in today's show topics for today Going to talk about ETF's social security timing how to avoid an investment. Scam, are there other Bernie. Nate offs out there well you betcha there are and some advice on, how to avoid getting scammed also. Some time allows today I'd like to start start talking about some. Alternatives for traditional long-term care which is really going to be, it's becoming more and more important as the baby boomers like me and a lot of my listeners out. There as we age it's going to, become a. Fact, of, life and going to go over some of the. Numbers on that also what the heck happened to Everest wealth management Picked up. A lot of their old clients calling me? Up, but I really don't know what the heck I know they're they're out. Of, business and the guy. That took him over he's out of business but if you were a, prior Everest wealth management client yeah. Feel free to give us a call but again a lot to. Talk about it today show I'm going to start off with, social security because I get a lot of questions on social security we do a social security timing report. For all of my clients and some, some things Let's see how to, demystify some of the social security stuff you got guys, out there they're actually, doing seminars on how to time your. Social security properly and I just wanted to go over some of the basics. With you in today's show again to make, it a little bit simpler to understand it is understandable if you're one of the many. Americans who thinks that might pay to wait, and the size of your monthly benefits does indeed depend upon what age you are when, you begin to receive your social security benefits. If you do, so at the earliest point that is the month that you turn each sixty two. Then your monthly take we'll be it's, going to be, less, it'll be about twenty five to thirty. Percent less, than it would have been if you wait. Until your full retirement age which depending on your age now between age sixty six and each sixty. Seven but memo if you wait beyond your full retirement age then received delayed retirement credits That will boost your benefit. Checks by eight percent per year every every year he delayed taking them in between full retirement age up until eight seventy and then at age. Seventy benefits max out so you may wonder we'll see what is the most beneficial time to start taking my social security benefits and a lot of the things that were we've been using for probably twenty years in helping people, calculate out went. To maximize the benefits were, taken off the table that a year and a half, ago however if you, were born and magic year is nineteen. Fifty three or before which means you're going to be at least sixty five. Years old this year anger married or divorced, never remarried you can still file for your spouse benefits and delay taking your full benefits. So there are some strategies that are still, available out there for you Again the. Net result is you end up receiving up to twenty to thirty two percent more each month then you primary, insurance amount if you delay taking benefits until age seventy but while the numbers may sound oppressive. There's, really what's going to be the most cost benefit calculation for you if we calculated it out and if you start receiving benefits at sixty two as, opposed, to age seventy, you're gonna. Get your monthly checks for eight more years think about that the question is. Whether or not it's worth waiting what actually is the break even point Well if you expect to, live past age seventy seven you should consider waiting until you're full retirement age which is age sixty. Six or sixty seven began collecting benefits really the break even point at that, point is age seventy seven but that's fate nuts calculating. In a cost. Of living adjustment if we put a two percent. Cost of living adjustment to the equation Stretches the break even point out. To wage seventy nine so it may be worth pointing out according to. The government, report social security benefit formula adjust, monthly and so that someone living to an average life expectancy should receive the same benefits over their lifetime regardless of what age they claim so really the break even point there is is really going to be between age seventy seven and seventy nine. I, hope that clarified a little bit of social security, timing for you if not you can give us, a call come on into my office. And we will sit. Down. And we will do an evaluation of your social security show, you.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of your, investments and other financial vehicles work cohesively together in order, to put you on the pit to successfully creating a successful retirement income plan so in today's show we're going. To take about well what do you want. To do in retirement we're going to discuss a lot of different things do you think that the same, investments and other financial vehicles they. Got you to retirement are the same vehicles that will get. You through Retirement we're going to go into a. Little bit more detail about that today show as well well maybe. They will maybe they we're gonna find that it's not always. The case unfortunately we to, up to often see pre. Retirees and retirees invest the same way during their retirement years that they did while. In the years that they were working so today. I'm going to discuss, the three, different worlds of money and, what they mean to your financial portfolio these three worlds include the banking world the Wall Street world and the. Insurance world do you have money in all three of these worlds do you know where money really, is invested do you understand why it's invested the way that it is so again today I'm going to. Help you better connect, with some of these investments, give, you some more information hopefully some really good? God provoking information to make you really sit down. And think about how how your money is handled currently and maybe some different opportunities for you as well so let me ask you this Are you in. Are you already retired, where are you in what we call the red zone of retirement now that's the ten. Years, before with the. Ten years, after your retirement date these are the most conservative. Years, that many different analysts have said it's time to really get conservative during this time because if we have a target date of let's say sixty five years old. And you're fifty five years old can you afford to have another stock market hit like we had back in. Two thousand eight anyway the investments in, other financial vehicles that put that you put. Your money in is usually a hot topic in the? Financial industry they're really targeting now seems I? Want when I'm watch TV or turn on the radio I'm? Hearing all, these different ads from different investment companies from different insurance advisors different financial. Consultant saying hey give us. Your money we'll figure out a way that will get you through your retirement because of the fact there are I'm a baby boomer just like I think of model of listeners. Here on WCBS but if you're Baby-boomer? Think about this ten thousand baby boomers are retiring each and every..

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Speaks out about the vulnerable I'm, rocker stern Fox News pope Francis visiting Ireland today acknowledging the child abuse scandal which is wracked his church I'm very well The circumstances of, our most vulnerable. Brothers and, sisters I'm thinking especially of those women and children who in the past have gone through. Particularly difficult situations The. Orphans as well that audio, courtesy of our sister network Sky News Francis will meet with the victims. Of sex abuse allegedly carried out by Catholic. Priests a, warning today for Hawaiians even though lane has been downgraded to. A tropical storm from a hurricane it still threatens the, state with dangerous rains FOX meteorologist Rick right news that looks like it's moving towards the east it's not it's actually going to move towards the. West but a lot of the moisture has moved off towards east which isn't good news because it settled all. That moisture right back over the islands and a lot of, it over the big, island that in some spots is seen over forty inches of rain that's all across the eastern side here, of the big island the western side. Conan not, getting nearly as much but getting more rain than we get about. Three inches of rain a year and they've gotten. That, from the storm he says, the storm. Will, move away from the Hawaiian islands, by tomorrow evening. Democrats this, weekend blasting congressional Republicans for not adjourning moreover site into the Trump administration Maryland Representative Elijah Cummings delivering the Democrats weekly media dress, President Trump's entire administration, seems to be based on the presumption that he and his aides are above the law the problem is, that right now this Republican congress is. Allowing this, presumption to become a reality Cummings wants congress to take testimony from. Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen who pleaded guilty this. Week, to criminal charges Fox News, fair and. Balanced I'm in,.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Contradicting his former lawyer I'm Roger stern Fox News President Trump is spending the, weekend at his, golf, resort in New Jersey trying to put the controversy surrounding his, former Laura Michael Cohen behind him FOX's Jillian Turner reports the president disputes claims reportedly made by Cohen then candidate Trump nude advance about at Trump Tower meeting between Russians and campaign. Officials including the, president son the president offering his confirmation, of, that yesterday via tweet saying I did not. Know of the meeting with my son Don Jr. sounds. To me like someone's trying to make up. Stories in order to get himself. Out of an unrelated. Jam the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani says Cohen is an obituary liar frightening moments at a. Shopping mall in mcallen Texas is police responded to reports. Of an. Active shooter it, turns, out there. Was an attempted, robbery, all the, suspects are in. Custody no shots were fired President Trump. Used his weekly media dressed to go after Democrats who want to eliminate ice he's a brave and great Men and, women there in the trenches every day taking the, fight straight to vicious. Gangs, meanwhile Democrats use their weekly. Address to defend Medicare against Republicans. Who want to cut the program in order to balance the two thousand nineteen budget, I along with, my, colleagues in the house remains strongly committed to defending these programs, because these are not entitlements their benefits earned through a lifetime of hard work it's why we stood up to hyper partisan attempts to impose an h. tax that would have allowed. Insurance companies to, charge older Americans up to five times, more, than younger people no matter how healthy they, are and it's why we must continue building on the. Progress we have made so that every American. Can have access to quality affordable. Healthcare democratic Representative Stephanie. Murphy from Florida Monday marks the fifty third anniversary of the signing of Medicare into law. Fox News fair and balanced Wildfires, burn, millions, of acres. Each year and each. Year wildland firefighters like five chief James Hall battled.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The news you want to know he ain't going to be president we'll stop at the sba is political bias we've seen the bias when you see the evidence what are they hiding present it to the dam grand jury the news the supreme court nominee do you need to know time for democrats have throwdown ready stay in the know terrible shooting incident still talking to the individual fellow was there to kill as many people as he could get this is talk radio six eighty wcbs this is safe retirement solutions with rod burrowing well everyone's rod borelli back from our break here on wonderful wcbs crabs crabs are so darned expensive aren't they really think about that we got steamed crabs we got the jumbos one hundred dollars a dozen one hundred dollars for a dozen crabs that's just mind boggling when you think about it i can remember when we could go buy a bushel for twenty i'm not kidding for twenty five bucks we used to go catch crabs when i was a boy and a teenager we would go over to a little town called clayborn and you have to go over the bay bridge and you have to go through saint michael's and all that and as a couple of miles past saint michael's if you go straight the road ends at the eastern bay there i'm not kidding we will get there at the crack of dawn and by twelve in the afternoon maybe a little bit longer but it seemed like we were done at no time we will get to bushel of crabs and they'll be mainly my dad my brother brian my uncle bob would come with us a lot and even my grandmother polish so polish ancestry anyway and might we called my grandmother russia was polish for grandmother but my boucher borough with life to go crabbing with us and just whatever the good old days just back then you when you drove through saint michael's i mean it was a small podunk town and it didn't have all the ritzy clientele and all the ritzy shops in there and a couple of antique stores had a couple two grocery stores old time grocery stores and i can remember they had vending because we would get there before anything opened we get there to crack down but they had a bait and tackle shop well that bait tackle shop is open and we did chicken necking cokes cooks nickel remember that because i think back then bottom at the seven eleven but anyway nostalgia so it's one thing to have your investment policy statement and i would argue that it's important to understand how that statement is written you really need to have a good handle on exactly what could or white might be going on with your specific investments your stocks your annuities or mutual funds your bonds and the like that you have inside your investment accounts we really i mean don't you understand that it's another thing entirely to have what i refer to as a retirement policy statement so there is a difference between a retirement policy statement and your common investment policy statement what that is it's a system that is designed to address the specific risk that you may face during your retirement years during your retirement investing life what risk these risks are subject to the income providing you with the certain income that.

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Hundreds gather in Annapolis to remember shooting victims

Tooth Talk with Dr. Jonathan Silverman

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds gather in Annapolis to remember shooting victims

"On sunday morning futures tomorrow morning on fox vigil last night in annapolis maryland to remember the five people killed at the capital gazette newspaper winters gamer is a daughter victim wendy winters mazing woman she was doing what she loves she was telling stories and stories should continue to be told police say that thirty eight year old suspect in the shooting had a long standing grudge against the newspaper he's been charged with five counts of first degree murder about a thousand people streamed through maryland's capital in the rally last night fox news fair and balanced.

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"jonathan silverman" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan silverman" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Who flake a really feeling the fact that this is not a movie that's four me that said i thought that the movie overall is has enough new and interesting things that i would recommend if you're interested in the a concept of groundhog day and a horror movie i will just say one of the thing and then and we get the spoilers which is that it the whole time i was watching this as knowing steven table ask you might be on on this podcast of us and i was thinking that like the to compare groundhog day too this cause grunted is movie that has stood the test of time you know regarded by many people's one of the best films of all time certainly one of the best comedies of all time and housing like what is it that separates groundhog day from a movie like twelve oon have you seen civil on the jonathan silverman yeah it's it's not a very good movie came on 1993 and it's basically about this do the reliving is there any thinking like what what separates movie like groundhog day from twelve oon or from happy birthday and i think the answer is one of many reasons is that like the style that greta day shot in is very classic keno whereas happy deaf day it is very much a movie of its time like the the shooting techniques and the editing techniques like there's a lot of dutch angles and you know a lot of like cg and and things that i think are going to horribly date the film in 10 20 years that i i think run a big doesn't really have been going to get has like technology from back them but but it's not like the style of the movie is is very timeless in my opinion a dave just to your point i think the filmmaking itself is is a good point but i think it's the least of what separates in my mind a classic right groundhog day from something like this right besides every right this well i think in in particular with this formula this idea this concept.

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