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"rebecca walser" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Special guest, Rebecca Walzer talking about her experience as an attorney. And she's going to be talking about her new book wealth unbroken, which is the featured book today. Good morning, Rebecca. Josh. So for those not heard of your work, if you could describe your background, and what you would what led you to write the book wealth unbroken? Absolutely love to. So my undergrad degree than finance, and I was in finance for many years a decade actually a little over a decade. I worked in banking in college. We've or not I had a real job in college. But I you know, 'cause you for years, and then I worked I got my first job with PriceWaterHouse Coopers PriceWaterHouse at the time, and to do basically international financial analysis and consulting and did that for five years. I want to work with IBM AT and T when they basically eighteen to was fine. A piece of IBM I was involved with that. And then I went to law school, basically. Yeah. So. Law school and became a lawyer at university of Florida, and then I immediately went up near area to NYU to get my advanced specialization in taxation. So then I for a while and knew that I would not be able to just do tax law with my whole background in finance and needed to basically open my own practice holistically and so five years ago. I opened my own practice sort of holistic practice of looking at wealth-building, financial, financial, perspective and attach perspective. And so that's what we do now. And in two thousand seventeen I decided that, you know, this message that so many Americans are getting the wrong advice and just going down this this this one track of building wealth since the eighties as you're very aware and ninety two to get the message out more frequently than just me meeting with one point at a time. And so the book came out late last year two thousand eighteen and cobalt unbroken, and since then we just sort of been doing a lot of national platform publicity around the book trying to get as much. Awareness out as possible about the really the pitfalls. You know, the things that you cover Josh all the time in your practice and your shows about how people build, well, then how most Americans really are on this pretext wealth kick, that's really going to come back and cause them a lot of problems in heartaches future. Fantastic. And we'll talk more about the pretexts heartache, but I'm sure a lot of our listeners of wanna know what what led what what was the transition like from going to being an attorney to being a financial planner advisor, consultant, whatever you call it. What was? What led to that? It's a funny story. You know, you have those epiphany moment, and I have had maybe three in my lifetime. This wasn't a fifty moment in my career. I was as attacked attorney. A client's office his his business. He ran his conference remain very successful business. You know, you don't eat attack attorney unless you're you're pretty successful. So we're in conference room, and he's sitting at the head, and I'm in the meeting at the tax lawyer and his financial adviser is on the other side. There is tax return. The you know. Financial advisor having heels on but a meeting and neither of these two gentlemen knew my background in finance. You know, they had just they just new me at the tax lawyer. And so his financial advisor starts giving advice. And it was the absolute worst advice that I have ever possibly heard come out of his mouth from attack perspective, but also financial perspective. And I'm literally got begging my heels into the carpet in this conference room and saying to myself, it's just a tax lawyer. You're just attack Boyer. You're just here attack. You know, and I heard myself Kanter back, but you're not, you know, you're not just attacked attorney. And I knew in that moment that I would have to have my own practice and the transition into my own practice has been pretty easy actually because I mean, you're an advocate. You know, you are there to argue and fight. Your client's position every single down to the to the degree. You know and never give up. It says practice and Oshkosh deal and my pocket. More holistically and financial wealth management. It is a holistic practice with a specialization impact. And it's been a very easy engine. It was actually harder for me to just be a lawyer. Now, that's great wealth unbroken, Rebecca Walser of wealth management adviser. Who wrote a book, I met you? I don't know when we I maybe five years ago was it. And and she certainly dynamo talking about the pre tax problems that you may be experiencing inner four one K in your IRA. So let's jump into the book wealth on broken. So you talk about this pre-tax theory that that really undergirds much of what we hear about on from talking heads on TV and radio somebody who wrote a book sort of exposing those money myths, but for for those who maybe never heard that their 4._0._1._K or IRA was a problem. What what led you to that conclusion or could be approved? Yeah. Absolutely. We have to go back to really we have to go. I love the movie back. Future. Visit to go back in time to figure out what the heck happened to get us to where we are. And so we go back, and I'll just give you some some history really quickly. The the 4._0._1._K was written in the revenue act of seventy eight and for that don't know that a lot of them are very educated because they listen to you. But you know, the 4._0._1._K was really essentially written to be a corporate tax dodge for highly compensated executives, and that is a specialized term in the Taxol highly compensated executives, they use it in many, different instances. So there are rules are written around and highly compensated people, and this was meant to be a tax legal tax dodge for highly competent and executive to basically give them a fissionable bonus plan on top of the pension. You've got to remember in the seventies. We really were a pension based, you know, country. We didn't have this. Do it yourself type of planning. So nobody can if you're younger millennial. You certainly don't understand in America where you're really worked at a company for thirty years. You retired. You've got the gold watch. They paid you for the rest of your life until death. That's how it used to be in the seventies. And so what happened was you have these people who are fighting over really highly compensated challenge. And they say, hey, we need to give them an extra something we need something more and someone someone came up. Hey, why don't we pay pay more towards retirement, if they basically, but we we will give them a bonus. But it has to go in the special account, and it has to best over time, and they can't touch it. But then, you know, we don't want them to pay taxes on it because they're not going to be what we call phantom income tax coach. And so they said, yeah, yeah. Yeah. They can't won't pay the taxes on it until they get the money. They won't get the money until retirement. So the 4._0._1._K provision was written in that vein. Well, nineteen Eighty-one kind of fluky event. It was rolled out really everybody. And if you go back to my day, the tax code our top marginal. Rate and eighty one seventy percent is very high. This is before Reagan's reforms that went to affect and eighty seven was very very high. And you had a lot of Americans feeling like God taxes are just way too much. And so all of a sudden is plan gets world out. That's voluntary. That says, hey, if you want to take some portion of your income up to a limit and put it over into this retirement account yourself, then we won't catch you on it currently, and you can let it sit there and build up over time. And you know, you get taxed on it. When you retire and people thought, well, jeez, you know, and then they started this conventional financial wisdom saying, and when you retire they add this little lying. You know, when you retire you should pay less taxes because you'll be making less because you're paying you're paying these high taxes, you're in your peak or you're earning years. And when you retire you'll be making less therefore, you'll pay less tax, and because our taxes are so high at a woman this got rolled out everybody people signed up in. Then ESO's got oh, my look at this. And it was like, you know, the light bulb went off they rushed into the office, and they come CEO 'cause you know, this means we can shift retirement plan from define benefit, which is the pension defined benefit. Will we're pay millions of dollars a year into the system as long as they were finding it fun. Under-funding was not a problem, but it was fun. It will pay millions and millions of dollars Dave responsible for the actual retirement plan and the pension payments for the rest of all of these employees live, even after they retired. It was massive cost and all of the risk and responsibility was on the corporate shoulder. And so the CFO went to this is has we can put the responsibility on the employee. It's voluntary either do it or they don't the people that don't do it. We don't have to contribute anything and for the people that do we can contribute some small percentage of what they're putting in less than what we're doing. Now. The defined benefit. And so companies switch to define contribution. Which is the 4._0._1._K in Giro's and employs loved it. Because they were deferring and not paying the cast and America's got this rush and its high of not paying the taxes and deferring taxes. And so we got this kind of ingrained into us that many of the nineties to where people were excited they can turn their. Thousand two hundred thousand I remember, I always had a distrust for this growing up because I saw this happen to my father in the eighties and nineties he worked for a Bank for years and years, and they had a pension and then they transferred that obligation to a 4._0._1._K or an IRA within no load company. They were even head of their time. Wow. And he put all his money in index funds. And because he read some article, and then bam. You know, lost fifty percent of everything he had. Of medical Vince had him liquidated, and basically he had no pension, and you know, there are millions of middle America listeners people. It may be listening right now is the man I wish pension and you can still set up pensions. Now, by the way, folks. Let's talk more about this with Rebecca Walser talking about her book wealth unbroken, excellent history lesson on the 4._0._1._K. We'll talk a little bit more about that. But it was sort of like the perfect setup CFO CEO's, and then you had the nineties so people didn't really feel a lot of the the market the market effects on their wealth until about two thousand two thousand two by that time it was too late. So folks who've you have a question for Rebecca Walser and her book wealth unbroken, call us for her free book. She's been so generous to give away the first four I four of you, scheduling keeper novelization review will get her book at no charge. Also, you can check her workout excellent website, Walser wealth, W A L S C R W E A L T, H dot com..

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We do? And there's sort of very rare political window of opportunity where rates are probably low for short time with the Trump tax code. So what do we do with all this knowledge, dead higher taxes all that stuff? Yes. Josh, I really believe that twenty twenty two is is a breaking point in America. That's three short years from now. So what we know is that America will try to fake it, and they will try to keep everything status quo for another couple of years, but beyond, you know, twenty twenty six which is ironically when Trump tax codes nationally sunset sunset January one at twenty twenty six so I think that we have at least seven good tax years left. And so what I love to do is take a client his belt, the pre-tax wealth who believes and they don't pay the taxes now pay them when they're lower and I like to tell them, hey, guess when they're lower now now when they're lower. We have the next seven years if we're lucky to really get this money out at some of the lowest taxes that we've ever had. And so now the time to trigger and create a tax rise you where we're moving that money over and obviously as a task voyeur, I love the tax refer vehicles. Which you know, we have the raw. And then we have cash life insurance is the most favored asset class into the tax code. It has been very beginning. And so those are really your two options for tax reform ever. And we have to if you're interested in the tax those the clothes that we have to legally use domestically here in the United States. And and that's what you need to think about it at seven year window that we've been given as a gift through Trump's tax reform. And now is the time to execute that plan that you don't pay the taxes. Now pay later will later is now two thousand nineteen should get started. And definitely leverage the low tax that we have right now. Great great concluding thought, Rebecca Walser Walser wealthed dot com. Thanks for joining us. And folks, if you're the first four who schedule and keep your obligation review at eighty eight nine at eight Josh Rebecca's, people have been generous to give us four free copies for the first four of you who call us and scheduling keep you obligation review at eight eight nine eight Josh eight nine at Josh hope to have you on again in the future.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We got the Bristol thumb. I think of my mother-in-law she does the Bristol stomp. She's from that area too. So. Worth Rebecca Walser, author of the book wealth unbroken. So the one thing I would say, I agree with you. We are in the of. One of the lowest historical marginal rates ever. So there's unique opportunity to not do as many tax deferred things in the seven things that grow tax smart. But what about you know, there is this law that taxes were so high thirty years ago, if you ever look at the effective rate that's not true for many people. So I think it's important that we educate people on that. Because that's sort of a thing Bernie Sanders talks about, oh, you know, Alexandria, Cossio Cortez's now talking about it. Oh, rates were seventy or ninety percent. What really wasn't true there were periods. Where you know, the very wealthy Reagan when he was a Screen Actors Guild chairman, but in terms of the average person I really worry about the average person because their sock in the money in a 4._0._1._K right now. If you have a lot of money, I worry about you do because you're socking money away. Let's say a twenty four percent rate for most people, right? And you you don't have much to deduct in the new Trump plan, but then like twenty thirty years from now, we might have let's say a fifty percent rate and nothing deduct. So I think we're setting ourselves up for for real problem down the road because people think taxes are low, and they're really not you can't deduct now, maybe you're in Florida's. So it probably because I'm in the northeast. So i'm. Yeah. You've got all the you've got all that. What is very strategic? It's very quick for me. Right. Brilliance. Yeah. I got a lot of northern clients. I'll tell you that. Let's move the Florida, but she's like. Six month in a day. Right. So the thing is you're right. But you're making my point for me too. When I said that we had to do tax strategy plan and everything that was done before Reagan's reforms because the marginal rates were high and you had Keith do those steps to plan for the taxes. If you didn't you would be in those rates, you know, we talked planning and strategy was part of the decision-making cross at and it hadn't been for the average people, you know, other than the mortgage interest deduction, which now is pretty much lesser itemizing. Not even a factor anymore. The government isn't really encouraging and we've got over eighty five percent of Americans lofty unnecessity to itemize with you know, Trump's tax forms. So that's my point is that tax planning was part of the equation. And then the Reagans reforms eighty-seven he really kinda just made a spate of spayed and. Now, you don't have to do it. And we've been lulled into thinking this is normal and not normal because when we go back through history, but I'm trying to say is that everybody should understand that what coming now that we've been talking about that we've been really preparing for since nineteen thirty five when security was signed by FDR is now upon us. It's here the can that we've been talking about taking down the road is literally now about to stop an impact it really has a stop and people just aren't talking about. I'm certainly politicians aren't talking about it. And we have to understand that this apathy that we've had towards taxes will be low forever our tire, and I'll take down my 4._0._1._K I transferred to my IRA, and I'll live happily ever after that is just not going to be reality based on what is coming now. And and that's the thing we're tipping points. And I would bothers me that nobody's talking about it. And so that is really I think probably the biggest area that we can get the message out to tell people. This is why that standard advice of retire. Take your money out. You'll pay less is probably not going to bear fruit for you. Because in order for that conventional advice not equation to work tax status thing throughout your lifetime. And that is not going to be the case. And this is not my opinion is the Congressional Budget Office, basically doing analysis and saying that this, you know, as much in two thousand eight so and that was that was eleven years old and very outdated. So in your book, you talk about a story about a Caterpillar. You wanna share that too? Good story. The Caterpillar story. So. Two brothers. I think. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So there were there were these two brothers, and they were, you know, summer day, and it was sort of bored on the porch. And so they go through a major hike, and they see they stop at this tree. And they see this little cocoon, you know, and it's they can see that. He's got a little crack in it. But he they keep seeing kind of shake and wobbling visit and but he's not making any progress. He's not getting out. And so, you know, the brothers decide just take take take this Coon is on. And let's just take a back porch and watch it and see what you know. See what happens they take it back porch and take it back porch? And they're watching it, and it's just taking forever. This thing is just not coming out. It's just not making any progress. It's cracking fracking basis. Impatient Boyd, obviously. And right about that comes home, and he's pulling up walk up and ask you point out. He says, well, let's just help them. Let's just open up the cocoon form and and help them. And so as they're doing this catoon, dad walks up. What are you guys doing like, oh, we we saw this Koon and how to crack, but he wasn't able to get out. He was really not able to get out of this things that we by going to help them get out and the guy goes, oh, no, no. You can't do that in the little boys. Why dad? He's like, listen, you know, inside of that this could Coon is this. You know, this this new creature that now has meetings for the first time yet he's wings have never been used. You know, and then order for these wings to get this straight. They need to actually lift this body and take him on flight. They have to wiggle the way out of the cocoon, you know, enough of a struggle to strengthen the wings enough to actually be able to lift the body per flight. And now that you've opened up Coon it yourself. He has gone through the struggle. And he now can't can't lie. He's never fly. And so now, you know, that's kind of it. He's he's kind of you can't. It's the struggle that we go through that gives us the strength. Need some time to deal with what's coming? No one your book. Welcome broken. You talk a lot about taxes anything. I think we we missed in this discussion of taxes. Josh, I want people to understand that you know, we are at this point that that is going to change the way that we do this planning. And so for those of you that say, okay, let's take out your money slowly over time. That concern I have is that I only that we have less than a decade after really good tax policy. So to give you just two quick statistics on that Medicaid Medicare has been spending since nineteen ninety one. That's nothing new. We've we've not had enough Medicare funding for decades. But what is new is that social security hit deaf suspending roster and two thousand eighteen for the first time since nineteen eighty two. And so when we look at the staff on that what we see is that not even had a full thirty percent of our baby boomers retire yet, yet, we're already spending more on, you know, basically so security recipients than what we're taking in through the payroll tax system. And that's thirty percent of the retired. When we get to twenty twenty one by the end of it. We'll have the kind of a demarcation line. Between the thirty percent of them was that well, how fully retired? And we'll begin way of seventy percent of our boomers who will begin to retire really an five to seven year linear projection one year after the next after the next after the neck, and what you're going to see is where the tax policy is point to have such an enormous amount of pressure because what we see coming from the boomer retirement, and from the social security benefits that we've promised is just that we don't have you're not collecting where year enough tax revenue to the promises that we have given to these people. And so you got all kinds of statistics and reports and analysis, and and the consensus is if we will really deal and take enough revenue end that our tax rates have to go about sixty percent at every level. And that we have to lose a lot of the progressive nature of our code because just talking the top marginal earners is not going to be enough to provide the benefits that we have. Everybody some tax changes. This is not even adding new promises. This isn't adding Medicare for all this is adding college for all I was on Bernie Sanders website last night, looking at how many things he was promising and it was free college free health care. And there was something that was it was like everything was very for free job. He was guaranteeing everyone a job. So that's not even adding those promises this this would bankrupt that that would bankrupt the system, you know, within ten years, but this is going to be bankrupting the system of also. So it's crazy. I mean, I don't know what people are thinking. Somebody's got to pay for it. But if you use other people's money, that's always better. But that's the point you're saying, even if we taxed all the wealthy people at ninety percent. So they got to keep ten percent of what they had what they are. And which is immoral, but let's say that's the case. It's still not going to be enough. To to right this ship and give all these free goodies everybody. So folks, if you like what you're hearing you want the book wealth unbroken, schedule, a no-obligation what to do in light of tax policy review. Call us now eight nine Josh we're going to be in Tom's river New Jersey short hills, New Jersey, Atkins, New Jersey, red Bank, New Jersey, Princeton, New Jersey, Long Island, also New York City, so call us now and Connecticut aided Josh Edey. Josh, and you can check out Rebecca's.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And we've special guest Rebecca Walser talking about her experience as an attorney. And she's going to be talking about her new book well on broken, which is the featured book today. Good morning, Rebecca. Josh. So for those not heard of your work, if you could describe your background, and what you would would lead you to write the book wealth unbroken? Absolutely love to. So my undergrad degree in finance, and I was in finance for many years a decade actually little over decades. I worked and banking in college or not I had a real job in college. But I you know, 'cause you're for years, and then I worked got my first with PriceWaterHouse Coopers PriceWaterHouse time, and to do basically international financial analysis and consulting and did that for five years. I want to work with IBM AT and T when they basically AT was fine. A piece of IBM was involved with that. And then I went to law school, basically. Yeah. Became a lawyer as university of Florida. And then I immediately went up near area to NYU to get my advanced specialization intact station. So then I practice tax off for a while and knew that I would not be able to just do tax law with my whole background in finance needed to basically open my own practice holistically and so five years ago. I opened my own practice sort of holistic practice of looking at wealth-building financial, financial perspective and attacked perspective. And so that's what we do now. And in two thousand seventeen I decided that, you know, this message that so many Americans are getting the wrong advice and just going down this this this one track of building wealth since the eighties as you're very aware and ninety two to get the message out more frequently than just meeting with one client at a time. And so the book came out late last year. Thousand eighteen and komo's unbroken and since then we just sort of been doing a lot of national platform publicity around the book trying to get as much awareness out as possible about the really the pitfalls. You know, the things that you cover Josh all the time in your practice and your shows about how people build well, and how most Americans really are on this pretext wealth kick, that's really going to come back and cause a lot of problems in heartaches future. No fantastic. We'll talk more about the pretexts hardy. But I'm sure a lot of our listeners of wanna know what led what was the transition like from going to being an attorney to being a financial planner advisor consultant would've you call it. What was? What led to that? Is there funny story, you know, you have those Tiffany moments, and I have had maybe three in my lifetime. This wasn't a fifty moment in my career. I was as attacked attorney at a client's office his his business. He ran his conference. It was very successful business. You don't eat attack attorney unless you're successful. So we're in his comments room, and he's sitting at the head, and I'm in the meeting, the tax lawyer, and his financial adviser is on the other side their attack deterrent as the, you know. I'm having heels on for the meeting and neither of USA gentleman knew my background in finance. You know, they had just they knew me at the tax lawyer. And so his financial advisor starts giving advice. And it was the absolute worst advice that I have ever possibly heard come out of his mouth from attack perspective, but also financial perspective. And I'm literally got digging my heels into the carpet in this conference room and saying to myself just a tax lawyer, just attack tackle, you're just here tax. You know, and I heard myself answer back, but you're not, you know, you're not just attack attorney. And I knew in that moment that I would have to have my practice and the transition into my own practice has been pretty easy actually because I mean, you're an advocate. You know, you are there to argue and and frighten clients position every single down to the to the degree, you know, and you'd never give up. It says practice and Oshkosh deal and my practice, more holistically and financial wealth management. It is a holistic practice with a specialization impacts. And it's been a very easy. It was actually harder for me to just be a lawyer. No, that's great wealth on broken, Rebecca Walser of wealth management adviser. Who wrote a book, I I met you. I don't know one. We maybe five years ago wasn't. And she certainly dynamo talking about the pre tax problems that you may be experiencing in your four one K in your IRA. So let's jump into the book wealth on broken. So you talk about this pretax theory that that really undergirds much of what we hear about on from talking heads on TV and radio someone you wrote a book sort of exposing those money myth. But for for those who maybe never heard that their four one K R A was a problem. What led you to that of conclusion or could LeBron? Yeah. Absolutely. We have to go back to really we have to go back. Future back in time to figure out what the heck happened to get us to where we are. And so we go back, and I'll just give you some some history really quickly. The four one K was written in the revenue act of seventy eight and for your listeners that don't know a lot of very educated because they listen to you. But you know, the one 4._0._1._K was really essentially written to be a corporate tax dodge for highly compensated executives, and that is a specialized term in the tax fall highly compensated executives, they use it in many, different instances. So there are rules are written around of highly compensated people, and this was meant to be a tax legal tax dodge for highly competent executive to basically give them a fissionable bonus plan on top of the pension. You've to remember in the seventies. We really were a pension based, you know, country. We didn't have this. Do it yourself type of planning. So nobody can if you're younger your millennial. You certainly don't understand America where you're really worked at a company for thirty years. Retired got the gold watch they pay for the record life until death. That's how it used to be in the seventies. And so what happened was you have these people these corporations who fighting over really highly compensated talent. And they said, hey, we need to give them an extra something we need something more and someone someone came up the ideal. Hey, why don't we pay pay more towards retirement, if they basically, but we we will give them a bonus. But it has to go in the special counsel and has to vast over time, and they can't touch it. But then you know, that we don't want them to pay taxes on it because they're not going to be what we call phantom income tax coach. And so they said, yeah, yeah. Yeah. They can't won't pay the taxes on it until they get the money. They won't get the money until retirement. So the 4._0._1._K provision was written in that vague. Well, nineteen Eighty-one of kind of fluky event. It was rolled out really everybody. And if you go back to look at the tax code our top marginal. Oh rate and eighty one seventy percent, very high. This is before Reagan's reforms that went to eighty seven so was very very high. And you had a lot of Americans feeling like God taxes are just way too much. And so all of a sudden is plan gets rolled out. That's voluntary. That says, hey, if you want to take some portion of your income up to a limit and put it over into this retirement account yourself, then we won't catch you on it currently, and you can let it sit there and build up over time. And you know, you get taxed on it. When you retire and people thought, jeez. And then they started this conventional financial wisdom saying, and when you retire they add is little lying when you retire. You should pay taxes because you'll be making less because your pay you're paying these high taxes, you're in your Pekar near earning years. And when you retire you'll be making less therefore, you'll pay less tax, and because our taxes are so high eighty one got rolled out everybody people signed up into rows. Then ESO's got oh look at this. And it was like the light bulb went off. They rushed into the CEO's office. And they tell the 'cause you know, at this means we can shift retirement plan from define benefit, which is the pension defined benefit will pay millions of dollars a year into the system as long as they were finding under-funding was not a problem, but it was fun. It will pay millions and millions of dollars Dave responsible for the actual retirement plan and the pension payments for the rest of all of these employees live, even after they retired. It was a massive cost and all of the risk and responsibility was on the corporate shoulder. And so the CFO COO and said this is Jean Hess. We can put the responsibility on the employees. It's voluntary either it or they don't the people that don't do it. We don't have to contribute anything and for the people that do we can contribute some small percentage of what they're putting in. Then what we're doing now the defined benefit and so companies which to define contribution, which is the 4._0._1._K in Giro's and employs loved it. Because they were deferring in not paying the task. And Amir got this rush and its high of not paying the taxes and deferring taxes. And so we got this kind of ingrained into us that many of the nineties to where people were excited they could turn their. Thousand two hundred thousand I remember, I always had a distrust for this growing up because I saw this happen to my father in the eighties nineties. He worked for a Bank for years and years, and they had a pension and then they transferred that obligation to a 4._0._1._K were an IRA with a no load company. They were even head of their time. Wow. And he put all of his money in index funds. And because he read some article, and then bam. You know, lost fifty percent of everything he had. Of medical vents had him liquidate it, and basically he had no pension, and you know. There are millions of middle America listeners people that may be listening right now is a man I wish pension, and you can still set up pensions. Now, by the way, folks. Let's talk more about this with Rebecca Walser talking about her book wealth unbroken, excellent history lesson on the 4._0._1._K. We'll talk a little bit more about that. But it was sort of like the perfect setup CFO CEO's, and then you had the nineties so people didn't really feel a lot of the the market the market effects on their wealth until about two thousand two thousand do by that time it was too late. So folks have you have a question for Rebecca Walser and her book wealth unbroken, call us now? Eight eight hundred three to one zero seven ten gets you on live with his right now. Eight hundred three to one zero seven ten and call us for her book..

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This eighteenth day of January. We were slated to be joined by AFN market analyst, Rebecca Walser, but she's a no go, but we will keep it right here, regardless FM markets this morning. Global markets rose today. This after investors saw signs of possible progress toward a resolution of the US Chinese tariff for shares in China. Posting solid gains futures here at home point to a higher open on Wall Street benchmark crude above fifty two bucks a barrel. The dollar advanced against the yen declined against the euro. Now, speaking of Europe, the talks to end Britain's Brexit stalemate appear to be deadlocked with neither prime minister. Theresa May nor the main opposition leaders, shifting from their entrenched positions. Maze. Been meeting politicians from several parties in a bid to find a way forward after a European Union. Divorced deal was rejected by parliament this week. But she's unwilling to move her red lines which include taking Britain out of the blocks customs union labor party leader. Jeremy Corbyn refuses to meet may unless she rules out the possibility of Britain, leaving the EU with no deal. Turns out China's slowing economy a squeezing the urban workers and entrepreneurs the rule. Communist party transform the country from a low wage factory floor into a prosperous. Consumer market headline economic growth has been propped up by government spending. But exports in Ottawa and real estate sales. They're down worries over job losses and betrayed battle. With Washington are denting public confidence in spending which could worsen in the downturn. Of course that is a bargaining chip. For President Trump China is sending a Representative to the US later this month to discuss the trade war. Of course, the government shutdown continues and thousands of federal employees and their families are applying for unemployment and food stamps to get by some of them, though. It's been an exercise in confusion for them frustration to others. Meanwhile, are hesitant to apply knowing they'll get back pay once they finally go back to work the Labor Department Thursday reported that the number of furloughed federal employees seeking unemployment benefits has jumped from fewer than a thousand per week before the shutdown. To ten thousand during the week that ended January fifth then nearly four week old stalemate over President Trump's demand for funding for a border wall affects about eight hundred thousand employees. Speaking of President Trump is calling for an expanded missile defense program to better protect the US during an appearance at the Pentagon. The president said Thursday that part of the new strategy is to create a level of sensors in space. Midday to establishing a missile defense program that can shield every city in the United States, and we will never negotiate away. A right to do this second. We will focus on developing new technology, not just investing more money into existing systems. The world is changing and we're going to change much faster than the rest of the world third. We will protect the American people from all types of missile attacks in the past the United States lacked a comprehensive strategy for missile defense that extended beyond ballistic missiles. Under our plan that will change the US will now just it's posture. To also defend against any missile strikes, including crews and hypersonic missiles fourth. We will recognize that space is a new warfighting domain. With the space force leading the way. Upcoming budget will invest in a space based missile defense layer. It's new technology. It's going to be a very very big part of our defense. And obviously of offense shifts the way we'll remove bureaucratic obstacles to dramatically speed up the acquisition and deployment of the new technology and sixth. We will insist on fair burden caring with our allies. We cannot be the fools for others. The administration's missile defense review is the first such program since two thousand ten the strategy pushes for studies. No testing is mandated. No final decisions have been made. A Michigan State University is ousted its interim president a week ahead of his scheduled departure. This is the school on Thursday stepped up efforts to finally move beyond the Larry Nassar, sex abuse scandal students at the college and victims of Larry Nassar, celebrated the decision to immediately replace John angler as chairperson of the board of trustees. I moved at the border of Michigan State University here by accepts John M anglers resignation as interim president of the university with an accelerated date of January seventeen two thousand in nineteen. The further. Dr stategic Gupta is hereby appointed acting president of Michigan State University commencing immediately and continuing until the board appoints a new permanent president or wrong has been rated today. And the first thing I have to say is I'm sorry. It took to the survivors and your family and this community we hear you, and we're listening, and we are sorry. It took so long. And so I've been to a lot of these meetings, and I can say that none of them has as good as being at the sun today. Because.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On this eighteenth day of January. We were slated to be joined by af market analysts that Rebecca Walser, but she's a no go, but we will keep it right here, regardless. Af markets this morning. Global markets rose today. This after investors saw signs of possible progress toward a resolution of the US Chinese tariff for shares in China. Posting solid gains futures here at home point to a higher open on Wall Street benchmark crude above fifty two bucks a barrel. The dollar advanced against the yen declined against the euro. Now, speaking of Europe, the talks to end Britain's Brexit stalemate appear to be deadlocked with neither prime minister. Theresa May nor the main opposition leaders shifting from their entrenched positions at maze. Been meeting politicians from several parties in a bid to find a way forward after a European Union divorced deal was rejected by parliament this week. But she's unwilling to move her red lines which include taking Britain out of the blocks customs union labor party leader. Jeremy Corbyn refuses to meet may unless she rules out the possibility of Britain, leaving the EU with no deal. Turns out China's slowing economy is squeezing the urban workers and entrepreneurs the rule. Communist party transform the country from a low wage factory floor into a prosperous. Consumer market headline economic growth has been propped up by government spending. But exports in Ottawa in real estate sales. They're down worries over job losses. The trade battle with Washington are denting public confidence in spending which could worsen in the downturn. Of course that is a bargaining chip. For President Trump China is sending a Representative to the US later this month to discuss the trade war. Of course, the government shutdown continues and thousands of federal employees and their families are applying for unemployment and food stamps to get by some of them, though. It's been an exercise in confusion for them frustration to others. Meanwhile, are hesitant to apply knowing they'll get back pay once they finally go back to work the Labor Department Thursday reported that the number of furloughed federal employees seeking unemployment benefits has jumped from fewer than a thousand per week before the shutdown. To ten thousand during the week that ended January fifth then nearly four week old stalemate over President Trump's demand for funding for a border wall affects about eight hundred thousand employees speaking of President Trump. He's calling for an expanded missile defense program to better protect the US during an appearance at the Pentagon. The president said Thursday that part of the new strategy is to create a level of sensors in space. To establishing a missile defense program that can shield every city in the United States, and we will never negotiate away. A right to do this second. We will focus on developing new technology, not just investing more money into existing systems. The world is changing and we're going to change much faster than the rest of the world third. We will protect the American people from all types of missile attacks in the past the United States lacked a comprehensive strategy for missile defense that extended beyond ballistic missiles. Under our plan that will change the US will now adjust its posture. To also defend against any missile strikes, including crews and hypersonic missiles fourth. We will recognize that space is a new warfighting domain. With the space force leading the way my upcoming budget will invest in a space based missile defense layer. It's new technology. It's ultimately going to be a very very big part of our defense. And obviously of our offense the way we'll remove bureaucratic obstacles to dramatically speed up the acquisition and deployment of the new technology and sixth. We will insist on fair burden caring with our allies. We cannot be the fools for others. Of the administration's missile defense review is the first such programs since two thousand ten the strategy pushes for studies. No testing is mandated. No final decisions have been made. A Michigan State University is ousted its interim president a week ahead of his scheduled departure. This is the school on Thursday stepped up efforts to finally move beyond the Larry Nassar, sex abuse scandal students at the college and victims of Larry Nassar, celebrated the decision to immediately replace John angler as chairperson of the board of trustees. I moved at the border of Michigan State University hereby accepts John M anglers resignation as interim president of the university.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hour. Still to come this hour on af en will check in with af market analyst, Rebecca Walser global stocks rising today after investors saw signs of possible progress toward a resolution of the US Chinese tariff war and en sports with creek corner. Of course, they NFC championship games this weekend. We will preview the big match ups who does Don think is headed to the Super Bowl. We'll get Don and Galen quickies predictions right here on America's First News. But I in your news this morning. President Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi plex, the flexing their political powers as negotiations to end the month-long partial government shutdown remains stalled President Trump issuing a letter to Pelosi on Thursday, just before she and other lawmakers were set to depart on. On the previously undisclosed trip to Afghanistan and Brussels, President Trump belittling the trip as a public relations event. Instead, it would be best if Pelosi remained in Washington to negotiate to reopen the government now the day before Pelosi called on Trump to postpone his January twenty nine state of the union address due to the shutdown denying military aircraft to a senior maker is rare lawmakers were caught off guard. There are reports that they were on the bus headed to that military aircraft. When they got worried that the trip had been cancelled President Trump paying tribute to four Americans killed in Syria. This week the president Thursday traveled to the Pentagon to roll out a new strategy for an aggressive space based missile missile defense program. We have the finest weapons in the world, and we're ordering the finest weapons in the world that you can be sure of we're here to present the results of my administration's missile defense review goal. A simple to ensure that we can.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KTRH

"Dot com and also sound off on the subject on our Facebook page for the last eighteen months the economy has been rolling along. But naysayers believe that consumer and government spending will slow in the months ahead wealth strategist were Rebecca Walser says it shouldn't be a big concern. If your retirement isn't imminent when the corruption does come which we just don't believe this is beginning of yet. But it could be, but when they corruption does come we do see that the market will again have another fifty percent correction like it there with the great recession in two thousand eight says people who planned to retire within ten years or less cannot afford a big market correction. So they need to have a plan in place. She tells her clients to move to cash hold onto securities through the correction and buy back when the market bottoms out and then ride that game right back up, President Trump among a growing number of people who think the fed raised interest rates too fast, it'll cost consumers and businesses which. Will hire fewer workers financial analysts in author. Richard Rosso says homeownership will be more expensive. Raising rate you are increasing borrowing costs, and that's putting additional pressure on household. Russell says housing affects the entire economy. So we are seeing a slowdown in housing and Caen Halloween catches everything. And to all of us. It does Russell says he agrees with President Trump. The fed has been too aggressive. Scott credited, newsroom said and forty KTAR h h news time is six four a steady stream of mourners mourners has been paying respect at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh. We're eleven people were killed and six others were wounded in that mass shooting Saturday forty is in stark,.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And get out of debt and rebecca walser is with us she's also the author of a new book it's called wealth unbroken and so um let me ask you the first question what's happening with this market now it's uh it's uh john leased and then it was up friday up monday now we're down again um you know it so i the irony there's a great irony that has not lost army because usually and since two thousand nine right he went in there with monetary policy quantitative easy cutting interest rates choose here whoa i mean they were at their row we could not go any lower unless we're going to go negative gino emme chase that he faced this recovery using monetary policy and julie actually made it you know and everybody was fine with that everyone had a rushed to the market because they couldn't get returns you know in cds or bank or bonds or anything else you know because that interest rates were so low every single fine with the market in the market was doing swimming at least with two thousand nine now the irony is we actually have true astronomic fundamentals slowing four in our favour we have strong uh job numbers there than expected employment numbers we have strong earnings of all of our companies we've got really strong economic fundamentals and because of that investors are starting to say oh my gosh the federal reserve might actually ravers raise rates four times as it three times might get inflation people might go to income producing eighthseed like fun and we're going to have a retraction are soft and our equities does that's what the markets doing their thinking inflation could possibly com interest rates to be raised four time he's other three and people are making these these kinds of called and investors are getting jittery.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Belongs in the local community so find your nearest home consignment center a virtual tour online at the home consignment center dot com that's the home consignments centered dot com hey brian assessment of katie green here for the case if a morning show while what a deal twenty six point two for just seventy dollars and by the way they guarantee to save you at least seventy eight thousand you're electric bill compared to the same threemonth period in the prior year or that get a refund you the money talk about a deal talked about a guarantee by the way this will also improve your air quality and make your home a healthier place well it seems silly that we have to say this but certified does way more than just ten apps great back system is not functioning properly certified should be your first call they are the only each fact repair service that we trust hey we are at the only ones you know certified heating and air conditioning your top notch they're now diamond certified that's a big deal and certified past the diamond certification with flying colors all certified technicians pass background and the mv checks go through extensive and continuous training is if stand up individuals who you can trust around your family get a hold of him right away nine to five get tip that's 95 get temp or get dashed temp dot com hey bay area we got the short end of the stick from tax reform limiting salt is just ten thousand dollars tax attorney well strategist at best selling author rebecca walser will show you how to take back control of your wealth and reduce your total taxes with a smash head wealth unbroken she'll be here for one day only eur her live for free monday february nineteen th at six thirty of the film of hotels and francisco or as vp now a text tour 2018 dot com or call eight six six nine two nine thirty to fifty eight that's text to 2018 duck.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hey america we need to have little song we've got more food than we know what to do within this country yet seventeen million kids in america are struggling with hunger makes no sense luckily the feeding america nationwide network of food banks as volunteers gathering excess food and getting it to hungry kids they're kinda like food angels hey become a food angel yourself by supporting feeding america and your local food bank at feeding america dot org we can't do it without your help brought to you by feeding america and the ad council there you bay area we got the short end of the stick from tax reform limiting salt is just ten thousand dollars tax attorney well strategist at best selling author rebecca walser will show you how to take back control of your wealth and reduce your total taxes with a smash head wealth unbroken she'll be here for one day only hear her live for free monday february nineteen th at six thirty of the film of hotels and francisco or as vp now attacks tour 2018 dot com or call eight six six nine two nine thirty to fifty eight that's tax to 2018 dot com my name is lola silvestri and i'm gonna be ninety five this year i was very independent i fell and i had to have meals on wheels america let's do lunch one in six seniors faces the threat of hunger and millions more live in isolation drop off a hot meal and say a quick hello volunteer for meals on wheels by donating your lunch break at americaletsdolunchorg this message brought to you by meals on wheels america and the ad council.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And get out of debt and rebecca walser is with us she's also the author of a new book it's called wealth unbroken and so let me ask you the first question what's happening with this market now it i it's uh down last week and then it was up friday up monday now with down again um you know it so i the irony there's a great irony that have not lost on me because because we and since two thousand nine right we went in there with monetary policy quantitative easy cutting interest rates chooses here row i mean they were at zero we could not go any lower left we're going to go negative any fake he's fake this recovery using monetary policy and chew we actually made it you know and everybody was fine with that everyone had a rushed to the market because they couldn't get returns you know and cds or bank or bonn is there anything else you know 'cause that interest rates were so low everything fine with the market in the market was doing swimmingly since two thousand nine now the ir he is we actually have true economics fundamental building four in our favour we have strong uh job numbers better than expected employment numbers we have strong earnings of all of our companies we've got really strong economic fundamentals and because of that investors are starting to say oh my gosh the federal reserve might actually ravers raise rates four times and says three times we might get inflation people might go to income producing safety like on and we're going to have a retraction in our stopped and our equities does that's what the markets doing as he can inflation could possibly com interest rates to be raised four times instead of three and people are making these these kinds of calls and investors are getting jittery.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Shoulder chp saying it should be all picked up over the next ten or fifteen minutes with ksfo traffic i james family hi it's jamie progresses employee of the month two months in a row leader message at the high jamie hit me dig me i just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay hearing trump longo's blah blah blah and you say well be fine carbajal options to fit your budget then we just all these finger snaps wall choir goes statements coming at you save is coming at checkout yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight i got a new lurks for the rapper drake progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price coverage match limited by state law hebei area we got the short end of the stick from tax reform limiting salt to just ten thousand dollars tax attorney well strategist at best selling author rebecca walser will show you how to take back control of your wealth and reduce your total taxes with a smash head wealth unbroken she'll be here for one day only hear her live for free monday february nineteen at six thirty of the film of hotels and francisco or as vp now a text tour 2018 dot com or call eight six six nine two nine thirty to fifty eight that's tax tour 2018 dot com adopt us kids presents multiple choice parenting your daughter just had her first break of the u a yourself in her shoes how could he do this to you and for sheila ship she has split ends be console her sweetie this is going to happen alive four maybe five more times before you get married c take charge gotta get the saw straightened out to belittle talking to man the man noble mano hey steve now get time no okay no problem by or d help we're finding new boyfriend i know a great place to me boys leonid nice single fold never mind how that's my scream as a pair there are no perfect answers but you don't have to be perfect to be a perfect parent thousands of teens in foster care will love local.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"House sold the tax cuts consumer confidence the i you know real estate they're just remember back in two thousand seven and eight what a dog that was and that's coming back i mean the blue map back on the rows of real estate now to follow any of real estate in the united states as well rebecca absolutely you know if you look at the history of time real estate the best inflationary acted at idc death certainly i and i like affect class is that are not always a hydrogen corny to the market so you know someone who's one hundred percent market and i am a little lear it out of schools you know let's have some noncore lead at nonmarket asset classes i love the advancement guys that we talked to them about active russification they wanna talk to you about well is that a small capital nick cat go large gap dough at international you're like no no no i'm talking about not a stock or not avon and what about we got thirty seconds about hard assets diversify with those as well i would think absolutely absolutely not going to become even more important as we go through inflationary pressure for sharp well years such a good explainer rebecca i mean i i could make money with you i'm sure i'm sure i hope you come back and visit with a with us on another addition of the program would block deal with that you cannot wealth unbroken thank perry rebecca walser well wealth unbroken tax attorney and tax specialist straight ahead on think america the mandalay massacre first arrest has been made what do we think now of the whole stephen pollick murderous rampage we'll discuss when we return are you ready for a slimmer use with beatles's surgery or out of the question and besides the money in the.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tax attorney and well strategist rebecca walser loves to educate people on money taxes and retirement she spoke with women's watch on some key things to remember when it comes to planning and saving first you've heard of before it don't wait until you're forty to start putting money away for the future at the very heart you brought up and knock you live the rest of your life on it you start at forty that we need to start younger like in your 20s but if you are a woman over forty or fifty and you don't feel as if you've saved enough walser says don't get discouraged housing people at a vegas give up and they they forget it i'm just going to be poor inaugural security and not the worth in we can do it don't get discouraged there are certainly think that you can do forty two fifty five or if if i q really crack yourself up and being a much better position than just giving up think above 401 k 's retirement plans and investment portfolios they're all good but what about the stock market boy it's been volatile this past week this is a question walsers asked all the time her advice diversify make sure that we don't have a 100 percent of our back met both the volatility of the market in other words don't put all your money in one stock here's another thing women sometimes don't benefit as much as men when it comes to work because as a hold there the caretakers of their families she's very excited though for the new tax reform bill because of the child tax credit per child tax credit were doubled from one thousand two thousand dollars and a accu fourteen hundred dollars refundable that you owe the government two thousand dollars attack this and.

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"rebecca walser" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca walser" Discussed on KTRH

"The fingerpointing on capitol hill one thing remains clear senate democrats are and yet you know he turns around when there's a republican president in the white house and does the exact same thing bob solaire with the national republican senatorial committee hopes voters remember who was ultimately are and yet you know he turns around when there's a republican president in the white house and does the exact same thing bobsleigher with the national republican senatorial committee hopes voters remember who was ultimately emigrants seeking reelection in trump held states nick rank of its newsradio 740 ktrh and from schumer senator schumer and minority leader says his offered to fund a border wall is now been withdrawn it's gonna force republicans like south carolina's lindsey graham to come up with a new deal if senator schumer take something out the table i'm sure the we'll take something off the table it's called negotiation courtesy call a us border watches combo if senator schumer take something off the table i'm sure though we'll take something off the table miss called negotiation courtesy call your a us border watches confidence as several wall prototypes that are now sitting out in the desert that's not going to be the end of it all african football and nobody in washington on either political party really break about the american people break about bin failed perfect vat reelection in the take about what they look like on tv yeah the white house fired back to its schumer saying no deal ever existed in the president's still insists border wall funding is key to any deal that he does on daca our news time now 705 well ending the government shutdown couldn't have come at a better time for taxpayers because now you can file your return and no that is going to get answered at least until february eighth then which we might shut down again who knows the new tax laws prakit so um could still cause some delays right now a lot of the irs resources are dedicated to writing regulations in changing forms to accommodate the near tax laws and brackets and they're asking for even more resources even with the recent threeday shutdown however tax attorney rebecca walser is a little concerned the fighting digress through february eighth and if it happens again i dare say that i would impact ira operation she says we should be okay as long as there's not another shutdown now through tax day.

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