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"muni bond" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

06:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"muni bond" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Inside theranos founder elizabeth homes trial and her private text messages. Nbc's yasmine corum has all the details talks resume just a bit that we all knew a cruel confidence. Oh it's completely different than the elizabeth homes. We are seeing incited off this for our. It's thursday september twenty third twenty twenty. One squawk pod begins right now becky by in three two one okay. Good morning. Welcome to squawk box here on cnbc. I'm becky quick. Along with joe kernan andrew. We're going to start with the markets this morning. The dow jumped by three hundred and thirty points. Yesterday i broke a four day. Losing streak also posted. Its best daily performance since july twentieth. The jump came right. After the fed's announcement andrew meantime stocks closing higher after that fed indicated that rate hikes could be coming sooner than and that it would start pulling back on some of the stimulus. It's been providing though it didn't give a specific time. I know the central bank also significantly this important cut its economic outlook for the year. Here some key moments from fred chair powell's news conference. Demand for labor is very strong and job. Gains averaged seven hundred fifty thousand per month over the past three months in august however job gains slowed markedly with the slowdown concentrated in sectors most sensitive to the pandemic including leisure and hospitality. My own view would be that the test. A substantial further progress test for planet is all but met while no decisions were made. Participants generally view that so long as the recovery remains on track a gradual tapering process. That concludes around. The middle of next year is likely to be appropriate to bottlenecks and shortages. At that are being. We're seeing the economy have really not begun to abate in a meaningful way yet. A lot of questions that the journal notes that had to be asked about insider trading. I guess someone had to ask him but across the middle of the country where people that had small wage gains recently inflation eating away maybe more questions about inflation or maybe that is something that would be more front of mind for most people about what the fed is doing and keeping assets so high which adds to income inequality and everything else. So you got to ask those questions. I guess and people love a good. You know these guys there. What would you call them. They're in a privileged position so they got privileged information. So they're all a bunch of rich fat cats. And you know these are the guys in the government all the swamp but what we really ought to be worried about is what they're doing not in their not holding muni bonds but what they're doing in terms of what could be a monetary mistake. I think the sound bite. We just played from him that last one talking about how they haven't begun to bait the inflationary. Science haven't begin to debate any meaningful way. is that a step back and kind of an acknowledgement that. Maybe this is not as transitory. The inflation as we had originally anticipated. I think it is. I think eventually i years from now we will look back at that. We will show that video no but we will show that video of them making the the transitory claim. And i think it's gonna turn out to be the different place. Don't you think i'd just once again anecdotally. The chip shortages real. You cannot buy still. I don't know i got a meeting somewhere. Fricken germany. it's you know it's like may eventually leave. the port. Got turn my old car in any way. So i don't know i'm going to be. I hope i write hitchhike question. So is it this big house. It could be a transplant housing buying houses. 'cause i think not because not because they're the demand is down. I think that there's no supply so people have given. Our prices are too high. So that would reflect inflation to fedex if you looked at their earnings report. I think this was a big scientific. Because i when i when i read through what they were saying just that they have to pay more for labor right now and there are still labor shortages and that it's not going away anytime soon. I mean once you start paying more for these employees to come in. I don't see that point either. Feel bad for the car dealers said that this is. We thought we were going to have some hard rain. This has been a hurricane that we've been dealing with in terms of no product to be able to people. Come in you came. Yeah but some of these guys are selling it. You know thirty percent over stickers. 'cause you can't get any new over sticker cars. The marzio ida. I'm not crying at the moment. Where from carbon. I for me. I mean okay for you so carlos yes. No look if you wanted to buy a refrigerator cow problem yesterday. The fda authorized the pfizer cova booster shot for people sixty five and older. Remember the fda panel said that okay other vulnerable americans immune compromised or with underlying conditions six months six months after they have completed their first two doses. That means many americans would be eligible. Receive the shots now and digging into that vulnerable term the agency used a broad definition including people who have medical conditions place them at the risk of getting severely sick and people who have frequent institutional or occupational exposure that opens the door for frontline workers for the cdc to potentially clear third doses for people nursing homes prisons frontline health workers and other essential employees who were among the first to get the initial shots Last december and the cdc could give final approval for the booster shots at to proceed at a vote scheduled for this afternoon. But like we saw the original e- you way was enough for a lot of people. I don't know i i think we need to do madonna. Half the people got madonna instead of fis over. There's no boosters from in a couple of weeks. I just not done with the data yet future to know what appears to be a little bit more durable so maybe maybe you get a couple of months extra out of it. I don't know we'll see but also the interesting part about the booster shot. The madonna is creating is. It's actually a different amount in the booster so right now. The pfizer booster right. The madonna booster is going to be some fraction.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Very hard to predict what's going to happen in the stock market. There are certain things that are easier to predict. For example, it's much easier to figure out how to maximize your social security payments. Unfortunately, many people leave a lot of money on the table by taking their Social Security benefits too early for those who have a full retirement age of 66. Delaying benefits until age 70 increases the monthly benefit by 32% for the rest of their lives. Example, a 67 year old retiree who delays even one year. Of $25,000 of annual income will receive an additional 2000 of inflation protected income for life starting at age 68. Because interest rates are so low, it would currently cost about 50,000 to buy the same amount of lifetime income from insurance company that would continue for the joint life of the retiree. And his 65 year old spouse. Yeah, that's right. So what happened is I'm looking at the numbers. You gave him 25,000 to get 2000 for the rest of your life going up with inflation. So I called a bunch of insurance companies have got a media annuity quotes and like, how much would it cost for me to get $2000 or not for me, But how much would it cost for a 67 year old? Man who was married to a 65 year old woman. How much would it cost for them to get 2000 per year going up with inflation for their joint lives? And it was about 50,000. Buy that from an insurance company. If you want additional income for life, either you pay insurance company or you deferred half that amount from the federal government. And it's a much better deal. It's half the price to get the same income. And instead of the credit rating of a major insurance company, which is great, you have the credit rating of the U. S government, which is even better. So the offer the government's making is way too generous given current market conditions. It's like if there was a municipality paying 6% on their triple A munis, bonds and all the other similar municipalities are paying 3% is completely out of whack. With the rest of the market. That's a big difference. It's an interesting way to look at it. I mean, the government is likely underestimating both the life expectancy of retirees and the impact of historically low interest rates. After all, these provisions were made decades ago when people had shorter life expectancies and when interest rates were much higher. According to data compiled by the Harvard Opportunity Insights Policy Initiatives. The disparity in longevity between lower income and higher income Americans has widened since 2000 and one. This is especially true for higher income men. Who have made the most significant gains in longevity in recent decades. Barry Bosworth of the Brookings Institution estimated that men in the top decile of income gained 5.9 years of longevity in a recent 20 year period. In other words, if you have the resources to eat, well, exercise and get the best medical care is only logical that you might have a longer life expectancy. The people who have enough assets to have the option of waiting on starting their income are the very people that will likely have longer life expectancies. Yeah, you would think most retirees who can afford to wait because they had enough assets would be taking advantage of that, however. Despite the government's mispricing of income deferral increases, many people decide to forgo that extra money, probably out of fear that they're not going to live long enough to make up for the initial years of Ms income. So let's think about this, so we use a 2% discount rate. If you defer to age 70, you would need to live to age 82 to break even given that you're losing some income in the early years, and you're making it up every year after that, So today, with recent advances in medical care and medicine and things like that influence 65 year old Has a 74% chance of living to age 85. Now people seem to underestimate their life expectancies, According to the University of Michigan's Health and Retirement Study, a group of 61 year olds were asked about their perceived life expectancy. 61% of respondents who were sure that they would never make it. 75 did in fact reach that age and about two thirds of those who gave themselves a 10 to 20% chance of making it to age 75 ended up surviving until that age. That's really interesting. Apparently, people just don't think they're going to live as long as they are not only people living to current life expectancy, but the number seems to be advancing. Plus the more guaranteed income you have, the greater the ability, you will have to invest the remaining assets for growth. Because it's less likely you have the need to pull out additional income from your investments. That's such an important consideration. Our clients who have large enough income through Social Security and other sources have the ability To invest a bigger percentage of their money without having to worry about where they're going to get their income in the years the markets down so not only can maximizing your social security income give you greater peace of mind, but it can also allow you to invest in such a way as to maximize Your family's net worth. If.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Could find out more about those great fixed annuities by calling this number now. 888755 88 87 triple 87558887 now on to the Lightning round this week, we're going to focus on various bonds in lightning round, so let's begin first, with Corporate bonds. We'll even highly rated corporate bonds. Folks could be very dangerous today because interest rates are low and bond values move inversely with interest rates at bond bodies move inversely, so bond values are at the highest value ever. In our financial history, you buy low sell high, kind of like what real estate was back in 2008. So any good body still over valued as a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to see a good bond decrease anywhere from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates and if interest rates go up by three points, even see that bun declined 15% not a good deal. Junk bonds, risky junk plans and worse, you could lose a lot of value on interest rates rise and risky junk bonds. They could devolved and we've had a record number of the falls and in risky jump on so not only are they risky and you could lose money into the fall, but just a rising interest rates. You could see a lot of value drop and they're very liquid. Beauty bonds. Well, many bonds. Same thing applies any ride an interest rate because many bonds today might be earning you anyway between 2 to 3%. When a good many bond If interest rates rise, you're gonna see those muni bonds lose value. Maybe 10 or 15% and Munich junk bonds, or even worse. If you're holding Detroit for Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds. Not a good way to go Stay away mutual bond funds risky mutual bond funds by the most dangerous because You're going to study done in The Wall Street Journal, and some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds up to 40% of the bonds might be a liquid, so if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund In a crisis. You may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right, because a lot of these risky junk bonds in these Munich bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Stay way bonds today a dangerous votes. Whatever you get in bonds, you're taking risk, and we urge everybody to be careful. If you need your funds for retirement. We wouldn't put any money in Bonds. Risky junk bonds Risky Jump on mutual funds Muni bonds, Not a good deal, folks before you put your hard earned investment dollars And any of the investments we talked about here in the lightning round. I want you to call 888755 88 87 get the apply. But when Anthony Perry sit down with Anthony and read all the fine print, get all the details and select the fixed annuity that works the best for you. You could be earning up to 678% for the purpose of generating future lifetime income, And some of these fixed annuities have first year bonuses of up to 15. 20% call the number 888755 88 87. Anthony, Our time is up for this week. Some parting thoughts. Well, folks, Thank.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Then you could find out more about those great fixed annuities by calling this number now. 888755 88 87 triple 875588. 87 now on to the Lightning round this week. We're going to focus on various bonds in lightning round, so let's begin first. With corporate bonds. We'll even highly rated corporate bonds. Folks could be very dangerous today because interest rates are low. And bond values move inversely with interest rates. So bad guys move inversely, so bond values are at the highest value ever in our financial history, you buy low sell high, kind of like what real estate was back in 2000, and so any good body still overvalued. It's a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to see a good bond decrease anywhere from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates and if interest rates go up by three points, you could see that but declined. 15%, not a good deal, junk bonds, junk bonds and worse. You could lose a lot of value on interest rates right and risky junk bonds, But they could default and we've had a record number of the falls and in risky junk bond. So not only are they risky and you could lose money into the fall, but just a rising interest rates. You could see a lot of value drop and they're very liquid. Beauty bonds. Well, Munich Bonn. Same thing applies any ride an interest rate because many bonds today might be earning you anyway between 2 to 3%. When a good many bond If interest rates rise, you're gonna see those muni bonds lose value. Maybe 10 or 15% and Munich junk bonds, or even worse. If you're holding Detroit for Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds. Not a good way to go Stay away mutual bond funds risky mutual bond funds by the most dangerous because There's been a study done in The Wall Street Journal. And some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds up to 40% of the bonds might be a liquid. So if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund In a crisis. You may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right, because a lot of these risky junk bonds in these unique bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Stay way bonds today a dangerous votes. Whatever you get in bonds, you're taking risk, and we urge everybody to be careful if you need your funds for retirement. We wouldn't put any money in Bonds Risky junk bonds Risky jump on mutual funds, Muni bonds, Not a good deal, folks..

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Could find out more about those great fixed annuities by calling this number now. 888755 88 87 triple 87558887. Now on to the Lightning round this week, we're going to focus on various bonds in lightning round, so let's begin first. With corporate bonds. We'll even highly rated corporate bonds. Folks could be very dangerous today because interest rates are low. And bond values move inversely with interest rates abide by his move inversely so bond values are at the highest value ever in our financial history, you buy low sell high, kind of like what real estate was back in 2008, So any good body still overvalued. It's a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to see a good body decrease anywhere from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates and if interest rates go up by three points, even see that bun declined 15%, not a good deal. Junk bonds, junk bonds and worse, you could lose a lot of value on interest rates rise and risky junk bonds. They could default and we've had a record number of the falls and in risky junk bond. So not only are they risky and you could lose money into the fall, but just a rising interest rates. You could see a lot of value drop and they're very liquid. Beauty bonds. Well, Munich by the same thing applies any ride an interest rate because many bonds today might be earning you anyway, between 2 to 3%. So when a good many bond if interest rates rise, you're gonna see those muni bonds lose value. Maybe 10 or 15% and Munich junk bonds, or even worse. If you're holding Detroit for Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds. Not a good way to go Stay away mutual bond funds risky mutual bond funds by the most dangerous because You're going to study done in The Wall Street Journal, and some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds up to 40% of these bonds might be a liquid, so if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund In a crisis. You may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right, because a lot of these risky junk bonds in these Munich bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Stay way bonds today a dangerous votes. Whatever you get in bonds, you're taking risk, and we urge everybody to be careful if you need your friends for retirement. We wouldn't put any money in Bonds Risky junk bonds Risky jump on mutual funds, Muni bonds, Not a good deal, folks. Before you put.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Folks get out of those risky investments. Get out of that Wall Street casino start getting up to 678% per year for the purpose of generating future lifetime income. You'll get a first year bonus of up to 15 to 20% on some of these fixed annuities. Get all the details. Read all the fine print. The number is 8887255 88 87 now on to the Lightning round this week, we're going to focus on various bonds in the lightning round. So let's begin first, with Corporate bonds. We'll even highly rated corporate cards. Folks could be very dangerous today because interest rates are low and bond values move inversely with interest rates. Interest rates are literally zero. So my body's moving firstly, so bond values are at the highest value ever. In our financial history, you buy low sell high, kind of like what, Really state was back in 2008. So any good bond is still overvalue. There's a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to see a good bond decrease anywhere from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates and if interest rates go up by three points, you could see that bond declined 15% not a good deal. Some funds, junk bonds, or worse, you could lose a lot of value when interest rates rise and risky junk bonds. They couldn't fault and we've had a record number of the falls in risky junk bond. So not only are they risky and you could lose money into the fall, but just a rising interest rates, you could see a lot of value drop and very liquid. Beauty bonds. Well, Munich Bonn. Same thing applies any rising interest rates because many buyers today might be earning you anyway between 2 to 3%. When he did many, don. If interest rates rise, you see those many bonds lose value, Maybe 10 or 15% and many junk bonds or even worse. If you're holding Detroit for Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds, not a good way to go Stay away. Mutual bond funds. Risky mutual bond funds are the most dangerous because You've been a study done in the Wall Street Journal. And some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds up to 40% of these bonds might be a liquid, so if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund In a crisis. You may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right, because a lot of these rusty junk bonds in these many bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Say way bonds today a dangerous folks, Whatever you get in bonds, you're taking risk, and we urge everybody to be careful. If you need your funds for retirement. We wouldn't put any money in bonds, risky junk bonds, risky junk bond mutual funds, muni bonds, not a good deal. Folks before you put your hard earned retirement dollars into any of the risky investments we covered and this week's lightning round I want you to pick.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Our financial history, you buy low sell high, kind of like what, Really state was back in 2008. So any good bond is still overvalue. There's a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to see a good bond decrease anywhere from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates and if interest rates go up by three points, you could see that bond declined. 15% not a good deal. Junk bonds, junk bonds, or worse, you could lose a lot of value when interest rates rise and risky junk bonds. They couldn't fault and we've had a record number of the falls in risky junk bond. So not only are they risky and you could lose money into the fall, but just a rising interest rates, you could see a lot of value drop and a very liquid. Beauty bonds. Well, many bonds. Same thing applies any rising interest rates because many bonds today might be earning you anyway between 2 to 3%. When he didn't anyone. If interest rates rise, you see those many bonds lose value, Maybe 10 or 15% and many junk bonds or even worse If you're holding Detroit, Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds, not a good way to go Stay away. Mutual bond funds. Risky mutual bond funds are the most dangerous because You've been a study done in the Wall Street Journal. And some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds up to 40% of these bonds might be a liquid, so if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund In a crisis. You may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right. Because a lot of these rusty junk bonds in these many bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Stay way bonds today a dangerous folks, Whatever you get in bonds, you're taking risk, and we urge everybody to be careful. If you need your funds for retirement. We wouldn't put any money in bonds, risky junk bonds, risky junk bond mutual funds, muni bonds, not a good deal. Folks before you put your hard.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Low sell high. Kind of like what real estate was back in 2008. So any good body still Overvalued as a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to see a good bond decrease anywhere from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates and if interest rates go up by three points, even see that bond declined 15% not a good deal. Junk bonds, risky junk bonds and worse, you could lose a lot of value on interest rates rise and Ricky junk bonds, but they could default and we've had a record number of the falls and in risky jump on so Not only are they risky and you could lose money into the fall, but just a rising interest rates. You could see a lot of value drop, and they're very liquid beauty Bonds. Well, Munich Bonn. Same thing applies any rise in interest rate because many bonds today might be earning you anyway between 2 to 3%. When a good many bond If interest rates rise, you're gonna see those muni bonds lose value. Maybe 10 or 15% and Munich junk bonds, or even worse. If you're holding Detroit for Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds. Not a good way to go Stay away mutual bond funds risky mutual bond funds by the most dangerous because There's been a study done in The Wall Street Journal. And some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds up to 40% of these bonds might be a liquid, so if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund In a crisis. You may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right, because a lot of these risky junk bonds in these Munich bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Stay way bonds today a dangerous folks, Whatever you get in bonds, you're taking risk, and we urge everybody to be careful if you need your funds for retirement. We wouldn't put any money and bonds risky. Junk bonds risky jump on mutual funds, Muni bonds, not a good deal. Instead of putting your hard earned dollars into any of the investments that we talk about in the lightning round today, I want you to pick up the phone first.

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"muni bond" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"muni bond" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"muni bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"muni bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What that means is that you know the concerns that people have when they hear stories about Donald Trump or When someone says, you know, they pay less in taxes in their secretary, those stories captured what is a fundamental truth in the data. Varun. What are some legal ways? The super rich, you know, get away with not paying taxes. Just talk us through a couple of examples, you know of How There's so many. I mean, with our text codes like, you know, very complex and and also is it think it's worth noting that social norms That except relatively high level of petty personal corruption, uh means that Ah lot of people feel that it's okay that when you're on a business, you can use it pretty much as your personal Sasha. So, for instance, let's say you want to take a vacation in France and you own a business. You can schedule a board meeting or corporate retreat there and treat your travel cost as a business expense. The problem is that it's hard to sort out when this is a legitimate expense versus a knowledge Demet expanse right, but they're just a lot of there are a lot of things like, I think kind of one of the worst one is the muni bond tax exemption. The bonds issued by state and local governments are exempt from federal income tax. I mean, I think it's the most extreme high and tax job dodging the tax code and and you know, if if, following a big tax increase, you know, we'll see a lot of tax dollars flow into those state and local bonds to avoid Taxes, and not only is it like really a good way to evade taxes legally to avoid Texas. Sorry, but it is also it creates a lot of authors of distortion that encourages You know debt on DH, but there's there's so many. There's so many different ways in a way the mortgage interest deduction, But I'm happy I would have you calls here because we've only got about a minute left here. But Paul, I wanted to get your you're reading a tweet We got from Mary, who says the federal tax burden falls heaviest on the middle class. The wealthy have shell companies, loopholes and tax attorneys, the wage earning middle classes. No such way of hiding from the IRS. You've done some reporting on how often middle class folks are audited. What can you tell us about that? Middle class folks. Actually, the audience are lower, and that's because your average person was a W two. You know, there are opportunities for tax dodging are limited. The IRS knows what they make. If they try to lie about at the IRS is the computers are going to catch it? The much higher auto rate is lower down the scale, which are people poor people income under $20,000 a year who claimed this credit their income tax credit, and that rate is much higher. Andi had to go way up the timescale to get to Ah, not a rate that's similar to the lowest in terms of income. We're going to get more into the IRS in a second. We're talking to Paul Kill. He's a reporter at Propublica covering business and consumer finance. Specifically, the IRS Veronica de Rouge. She's a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. That's a conservative think tank, and Vanessa Williamson, a senior fellow at in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, a nonpartisan think tank. She's also a senior fellow at the Urban Brookings Tax Policy Center, a joint venture of the Monkeys Institution and the Urban Institute, a left leaning think tank. I'm Jen white. This's one, eh? Thiss weeks political breakdown. We sit down with the reporter to talk about.

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"muni bond" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"muni bond" Discussed on KPCC

"You know things like having declaring your Children to be consultants while they're still employees having $70,000 in haircuts that air somehow expensive. I mean, these are things that are very outside the norm, and that we're not what Members of Congress had in mind when they signed off on some of the Genuinely arcane aspect of our tax code Well, and how common is it for very wealthy people are big corporations to not pay a lot in these federal taxes. Vanessa Yes, that's a great question. The fact the matter is that over the part of the tax code that most people experience it's slightly progressive, right. But once you get into the incomes of people who are Extremely rich, and we're talking tens of millions hundreds of millions billions of dollars. Then the amount of people paying taxes actually goes down. So at the top of the tax code, it is regressive on DH. What that means is that you know the concerns that people have when they hear stories about Donald Trump or When someone says, you know, they pay less in taxes in their secretary, Um, those stories captured what is a fundamental truth in the data of irony? What are some legal ways? The super rich, you know, get away with not paying taxes. Just talk us through a couple of examples, you know off. How there's so many. I mean, what are text codes like, uh, you know, very complex and and also, as I think it's worth noting that social norms That except relatively high level of petty personal corruption, uh means that Ah lot of people feel that it's okay that when you're on a business, you can use it pretty much as your personal sash font. So, for instance, let's say you want to take a vacation in France and you own a business. You can schedule a board meeting or corporate retreat there and treat your travel costs as a business expense. Um the problem is like it's hard to sort out when this is a legitimate expense versus a not a legitimate expense, right. They're just a lot of it. There are a lot of things like, I think kind of one of the worst one is the muni bond tax exemption. Uh, the the bonds issued by state and local governments are exempt from federal income tax. I mean, I think it's the most extreme high and tax job dodging the tax code and and you know, if if, following a big tax increase, you know, we'll see a lot of tax dollars flow into those state and local bonds to avoid Taxes, and not only is it like really a good way to evade taxes legally to avoid Texas. Sorry, but it is also increase a lot of all sorts of distortion that encourages You know, Det, er, and but there's there's so many. There's so many different ways in a way the mortgage interest deduction, but I'm gonna happen. I would have you Paul's because we've only got about a minute left here. But Paul, I wanted to get your you're reading a tweet We got from Mary, who says the federal tax burden falls heaviest on the middle class. The wealthy have shell companies, loopholes and tax attorneys, the wage earning middle classes. No such way of hiding from the IRS. You've done some reporting on how often middle class folks are audited. Can you tell us about that? Well, middle class folks, Actually, the audits are lower, and that's because your average person was a W two. You know, there are opportunities for tax dodging are limited. The IRS knows what they make. If they try to lie about it. The IRS is the computers are going to catch it. The much higher auto rate is lower down the scale, which are people poor people income under $20,000 a year who claimed this credit their income tax credit, and that auto rate is much higher on got to go way up the Thames. He ought to get to Ah, not a rate that's similar to the lowest, uh, in terms of income. We're going to get more into the IRS in a second. We're talking to Paul Kill. He's a reporter at Propublica covering business.

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"muni bond" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"muni bond" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"That hold as a large holding off New York. Eddie and its portfolio. Is there any other ideas that Come here you can come up to Anything. Think of with regards to trying Tio this division. I have a couple ideas. First of all, I warned about the Blasio back in 2013. When he was when he was elected. I wrote the daily dirt nap that this guy was bad news, and I said he was going to destroy New York and it was like I was just a clown to see that guy's harmless so that I ended up being right on that. There's I think there's a couple ways to do it. If you could find a Reet. I have one in mind. SL green, the tickers sl G That's probably the biggest office tenant in New York City. I mean, you basically get the double whammy you get. You know, de Blasio chasing everybody out of town and you get current virus. You know you have companies. Reducing their office put footprint, So I think that's one way to do it. The other way to do it is to short New York Muni Bond fund. There's some closed end funds that are based in New York. That's a little bit harder because you have to pay the coupon. You have to pay the dividend and you have to deal with premium and discount issues. And also, I don't think there's a New York City Specific Munich Bond fund. I'm pretty sure there's not so you're just dealing with New York state, so that's going to be pretty tough. Anyway. We gotta let you go on. We're going to jump. But thanks for calling and call back anytime. Axel. Thank you so much. I'm Jared. Gillian. This is the Jared Jillian show. Sheridan, Gillian show. You wash your hands and brush your teeth every day. But what are you doing to keep your nose clean. After all, It's the body's air filter and the first line of defense against allergens that could make you miserable and germs that can make you sick, sometimes very sick. There's an all natural way to clean your nose called nasal irrigation, and it's been around for hundreds of years. I'm Martin.

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"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"muni bond" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Markets around the world are crashing. The global retreat from risk intensified, sending the Dow industrials to a decline next Article. Wall Street Journal title. Crisis warnings mount Dark clouds are looming over our financial horizon. Industrial production has declined. Corporate profits are down significantly. The stock market has fallen viciously this year, and industrial growth has fallen sharply throughout the world. Robert Hall financial expert and Stanford economist is warning that the world may be heading towards a financial disaster. Folks get out of those risky investments. Get out of that Wall Street Casino start getting up to 678% per year for the purpose of generating future lifetime income. You'll get a first year bonus of up to 15 to 20% on some of these fixed annuities. Get all the details. Read all the fine print. The number is 888755 88 87 Now onto the Lightning round this week. We're going to focus on various bonds in the lightning round, so let's begin first, with Corporate bonds. We'll even highly rated corporate Barnes folks could be very dangerous today because interest rates so low and values move inversely would interest rates. Interest rates were literally 05 bodies looking firstly, so bond values are at the highest value ever. And our financial history. You buy low sell high, kind of like what real estate was back in 2008. So any good bands still overvalue? There's a bubble. And if there's an increase in interest rates going to be a good bond, decreasing, with from 3 to 5 times the rising interest rates, and if interest rates go up by three points, you could see that fine declined 15% Not a good jump on it. Jump on the worst, you could lose a lot of value when interest rates rise and Ricky junk bonds They could evolve, and we've had a record number of falls in risky junk bond. So not only are they Ricky, and you could lose money in a default, but just arrived in interest rates, you could see a lot of value dropped and very liquid beauty Bonds. Well, meaning same thing applies any rising interest rates Minibus today might be earning you anyway between 2 to 3%. But many gone if interest rates rise, many bonds lose value, maybe 10 or 15% and many junk bonds or even worse If you're holding Detroit, Puerto Rico bonds, you could lose everything because those two municipalities and states defaulted on their bonds is not a good way to go Stay away Neutral bond funds. Risking your coupon funds are the most dangerous because There's been a study done in the Wall Street Journal and some of these big bond funds that are holding a lot of these risky bonds after 40% of the bonds might be a liquid, so if you're holding a risky mutual bond fund in a crisis, you may not be able to redeem your shares. That's right, because a lot of these rookie junk bonds in these many bond funds might be a liquid that might be defaulting out of business. Stay away Bonds today a dangerous folks. What have you getting? Barnes, You're taking risks, and we urge everybody to be careful. If you need your funds for retirement. We wouldn't put any money in bonds. Richie Junk bonds. Ski jump on mutual funds. Muni bonds, not a good deal, and you could find out more about these great fixed annuities by calling this number. Now it's 888755 88 87 Again Triple eight. 7558887 And now on to the Lightning round. Anthony tell us about Bonds Risky Bonds Risky junk bond folks were in a gigantic bubble right.

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"muni bond" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"muni bond" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"muni bond" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"muni bond" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"muni bond" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"muni bond" Discussed on RobinLynne

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