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"ross wiles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of the other lesser known benefits from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic Russ set this up as you know it's that time of the year not just the holidays but it's open enrollment which is the time when employers offer a menu of benefits for their workers to choose from and you know we're all pretty much familiar with that all four one K. plans those are some of the main St the other been around for years but actually there's some companies there is thirty to fifty different types of benefits some of the smaller ones the two have to sort through so it's it's it's really time to pay attention go through the the research and help make the best choices for you because typically if it catches the ball you have to pay and there but you know it's time to prioritize prioritize your decision yeah well you open the story with the this one guy who had chosen yeah that was certain a disability type business I mean they've guy falls off a ladder he has twenty four operations in thirteen years and he's just so I guess completely thankful that he purchased disability insurance that's one of them explain how that works yes well let me do you think there are new actually the reason why did the story because he called me up recently and said why don't you ever write about to blow it disability insurance well I thought you know looking at his situation certainly is a good idea disability insurance is one of those kind the lesser known second tier benefits that you can choose and the ideas and come replacement if as you said he fell off a ladder and it paid he is he had a call to the pen for for twelve years so that's that's critical because you know most people probably are going to die during their working years but they could face a debilitating injury in that case disability insurance would be a good choice speak with Russ wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic we talk about open enrollment about health savings accounts explain those that's a that's become one of my favorites in type I just think I signed up for the first time this year myself and really triple tax benefit account the money go in the money goes in pre tax it grows compound stack three all of that out tax free the two men you use the money for some sort of qualifying medical cost and their rate the list of the contents of so we can all find something to you um and what's nice about health savings accounts as that you can use them to pay a bill credit condenses or you can save them for retirement or what I like about him is because the money comes out tax free at this kind of mess you up in retirement in terms of like your social security view or term if you are too much in retirement part of your social security could be taxable pull money out of a traditional IRA that could push your social security benefits taxable but that would not be the case with a health savings account is Ross Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic thirty minutes now after the hour on this.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thanks for being with us. autumn has arrived the clock is ticking louder on certain financial moves you might want to make before the end of twenty nineteen here's a list from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic Russ set this up tax reform there are a lot of tax return. your tax action items that people could do. he focused around increasing their itemized deductions well even back then only about thirty percent of Americans were were itemizing so not everyone who want to play for everyone now even fewer people write about him because that increase the standard deduction. exactly the idea behind budgeting is that even if you don't have enough itemized deductions to take advantage of that. strategy every year he might be able to double up a bunch of bunch up certain deductions like charities say you gave three thousand dollars in the year and it's not enough for you to get over the standard deduction and maybe don't do a one year but you get six thousand the next year and maybe that is enough to to get into you take a bad about a month or so it's really just an idea of. some of these selective cost one year and doubling up on the neck so that you can take advantage of the itemizing strategy also a go through harvesting gains and losses. I mean you can still in this is going to be something that people investors are going to hear about. stocks mutual funds and taxable accounts here and you do a lot of perhaps at least consider looking at selling some positions at a loss and the thing that money to potentially shelter up to three thousand dollars in order ordinary income that one that that that that strategy still applies you itemize or not. speak with Russ wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic keys are a piece about ten financial tips to follow as the calendar turns to fall what about open enrollment season. well that's about the time or in a few weeks out who's gonna be the time when people look at their employer benefits packages you know healthcare for one K. since and quite frankly a lot of companies offer. smaller programs you know better insurance legal plans whatever. I just think it's time that you know you spend a little bit more time and effort trying to understand what what what what benefits you potentially could have in the in the coming year there have been some studies indicating that people with other clans of doing this exercise and they don't spend a lot of time at it but you know to where it could be worth while point number nine taking inventory of belongings. this is something that again I don't think it necessarily has to be done here and but it's a good annual reminder how many how many people go around their house and. thank god or or text telephone to the big ticket items there is other electronics furniture or whatever I mean quality but I mean if if if you got burglarized or to fire fire damage it would be very helpful to have an inventory a written record or and even a photographic record of what you have to. apple to help bolster or support Churchill's plan things Ross Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic it's thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican rush to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some with so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly when and I just thought that it is time for people to raise a few under a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was time to start thinking about questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people who want you're eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take them as early as age sixty two away this latest eight seventy or anywhere in between. waiting to get their payments. taking them early she did more payments smaller but you get more collecting over a longer period of time I just think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm going to take those smaller benefits and investing in the system and it all out. so the money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is not made for that. to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe you know a percent a year on it or whatever and I just think it's a recession would make both parts of that challenging for one thing it be kept at the problem with it the type to touch the money to spend it and do it might find the you know. center decent return very difficult to achieve what you know with that special stock market. Paul telegdy which would almost certainly occur with the recession speak of rust wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network Donald how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years where I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain that. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly are tapping into their retirement accounts. to make can mean more than they're taking a hardship withdrawal from a fall okay or and I rarely maybe just taking out a loan from their four one K. all who's. get that money into retirement accounts are potential tax implications I just think people need to think that through one of which being as an example if your if you're already collecting social security and you withdraw money you know extra money from an IRA or four oh one K. plan that could be enough to make your social security payments. taxable so again there are all sorts of tax rankles the there are another example briefly there are exempt. exemption for you would have to pay the ten percent penalty is pulling money out of an IRA or four oh one K. below age fifty nine and a half. these exceptions to the rule. so the point is you really just gotta know what you're doing and think it had in terms of the tax implications and other impacts of up to take the money in a recession it's Russ Russ wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican rush to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some with so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly when and I just thought that. time for people to raise a few under a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was time to to to start thinking about questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people who want you're eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take them as early as age sixty two away this latest eight seventy or anywhere in between. waiting to get their payments. just checking on early she did more payments smaller but you get more collecting over a longer period of time to think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm going to take those smaller benefits and investing in the system and you know I have this huge sum of money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is not made for that for that to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe you know a percent a year on it or whatever and I just think it's a recession would make both parts of that challenging thing you'd be tempted to probably to the top the touch the money to spend it and do it might find the you know. center decent return very difficult to achieve what you know with the stock market. Paul telegdy which would almost certainly occur with the recession speak of Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network double how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years where I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain that. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly tapping into their retirement accounts. to make and the more that they're taking a hardship permit withdrawal from a. okay around.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on KTOK

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican rush to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some with so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly when and I just thought that. the rate the few under a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was time to start thinking about the questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people who want you're eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take him as early as age sixty two away this latest eight seventy or anywhere in between. waiting to get their payments and is attacking him early she did more payments smaller but you get more collecting over a longer period of time to think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm going to take those smaller benefits and investing in them and they all have this huge sum of money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is I mean for that. to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe you know a percent a year on it or whatever and I just think it's a recession would make all parts of that challenging things be kept at the problem with it the type to touch the money to spend it and do it might find do you know. center decent return very difficult to achieve what you know with the stock market. volatility which would almost certainly occur with the recession we speak of Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network Donald how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years where I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain that. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly are tapping into their retirement accounts. they can mean more than they're taking a hardship withdrawal from a fall okay error and I rarely maybe just taking out a loan from their four one K. all who's. get that money into retirement accounts are potential tax implications I just think people need to think that through one of which were being as an example if your if you're already collecting social security any withdraw money you know extra money from an IRA or four oh one K. plan that could be enough to make your social security payments. partly taxable so again there are all sorts of tax rate goals there are seven other pre example briefly there are exempt. exemption for you would have to pay the ten percent penalty is pulling money out of an IRA or four oh one K. below eight fifty nine and a half. these exceptions to this rule. so the point is you really just got to know what you're doing I think it had terms of the tax implications and other impacts of up to take the money in a recession it's Russ Russ wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic thirty minutes now after the hour on.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican Russ to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some was so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but it's. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly why and I just thought that. time for people to raise a few under a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was time to start thinking about the questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people who want you're eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take him as early as. away this latest eight seventy or anywhere in between. waiting to get their payments there's a Technium early she did. the smaller but you get more collecting over a longer period of time to think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm going to take those smaller benefits. thing aspen and they all have this huge sum of money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is I mean for that. to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe a percent a year on it or whatever and I just think it's a recession would make both parts of that child. after the problem with it the type to touch the money to spend it and do it might find the help. center decent return very difficult to achieve what stock market. Paul telegdy which would almost certainly occur with the recession we speak of Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network Donald how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years where I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain that. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly are tapping into their retirement accounts. they can meet their taking a hardship withdrawal from a fall.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on WRVA

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican rush to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some with so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but it's it's. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly when and I just thought that it is time for people to raise a few under a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was time to start thinking about some questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people that want you're eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take him as early as age sixty two away this late as age seventy or anywhere in between. waiting to get paid a payment that is attacking him early she did more payments smaller but you get more collecting over a longer period of time to think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm gonna take those smaller benefits and investing in the system and they all have this huge sum of money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is I mean for that but for that to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe you know a percent a year on it or whatever and I just think it's a recession would make both parts of that challenging for one thing it be kept at the problem with it the type to touch the money to spend it and do it might find the you know. center decent return very difficult to achieve what you know with the stock market volatility which would almost certainly occur with the recession we speak of Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network Donald how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years where I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain that. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly are tapping into their retirement accounts. to make and made more than they're taking a hardship permit withdrawal from a follow on care and I rarely maybe just taking out a loan from their four one K. all who's. get that money into retirement accounts are potential tax implications I just think people need to think that through one of which were being as an example if your if you're already collecting social security and you withdraw money you know extra money from an IRA or four oh one K. plan that could be enough to make your social security payments. partly taxable so again there are all sorts of tax wrinkles there are. another example briefly there are exempt. exemptions where you would have to pay the ten percent penalty is pulling money out of an IRA or four oh one K. below age fifty nine and a half. eighteen of these exceptions to this role for the specialty the IRA so the point is you really just got to know what you're doing and think it had in terms of the tax implications and other impacts of up to take the money into recession since Ross Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic thirty minutes now after the hour on.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on KTRH

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican rush to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some was so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly why and I just thought that. time for people to raise a few under a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was time to start thinking about questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people that want you're eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take them as early as age sixty two away this latest eight seventy or anywhere in between. waiting to get their payments there's a Technium early she did more payments smaller but you get more collecting over a longer period of time to think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm going to take those smaller benefits and investing in the system and. so the money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is I mean for that. to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe a percent a year on it or whatever and I just think it's a recession would make both parts of that child one thing is because after the problem with that the top the touch the money to spend it and do it might find the you know. center decent return very difficult to achieve what stock market. Paul telegdy which would almost certainly occur with the recession we speak of rust wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network sort of peace Donald how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years were I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain that. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly are tapping into their retirement accounts. to make and the more that they're taking a hardship permit withdrawal from a fall okay.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"All this recession talk isn't going away with manufacturing weakness joining the inverted yield curve among the indicators pointing to a possible downturn recessions as you know can be tough on everyone but they can be especially difficult for people saving up for retirement or trying to live through it strategies from Ross wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republican rush to be clear this is not designed to be an alarmist piece. that's exactly the point I mean we're not in a recession there's been some was so perhaps maybe we are heading in that direction but. it's not a certainty we don't know exactly why and I just thought that. time for you to ponder a few questions regarding retirement because as you know a lot of Americans are not doing that well financially ten years into an economic recovery so I thought it was. to start thinking about questions are one of the things you would dress early on is what a recession affect the strategy of investing social security benefits what about that. you probably heard that so many people who want your eligible to claim social security retirement benefits you can take them as early as. what is it seventy or anywhere in between. waiting for payment. but you get more collecting over. just think a lot of people who do claim early justified but say well I'm going to take those smaller benefits. is the system and. so the money by the time I'm seventies all be better off but the question is not made for that. to succeed you really need to not touch the money to truly invested and to get a good return maybe a percent a year. on it or whatever and I just think. all part of that child. the problem with it. the touch the money to spend it and do it might find do you know. percent are decent return very difficult to achieve what is the stock market. Paul telegdy which would almost certainly occur with the recession we speak of rust wiles personal finance columnist at the Arizona Republic part of the USA today network Donald how to make your retirement savings recession proof you also talk about is it better to withdraw from certain accounts years where I guess where the rubber meets the road for a lot of folks explain not. because I think I mean even in good times a lot of people quite frankly are tapping into their retirement accounts. they're taking a hardship permit withdrawal from a..

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"ross wiles" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka, Tuesday, February twenty six glad you're with us. Here's what's up this hour house. Democrats are expected to vote today on a measure that would block President Trump from diverting money to pay for a wall on the southern border. Australian cardinal George Pell has been convicted of molesting two boys. He is the most senior Catholic cleric ever charged President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong UN arrive in Vietnam today talks will focus on a plan for denuclearization and tweaks to social security that could help the most vulnerable like us. This have been some issues that have been kicked around for for a while. But there are some some ideas that would enhance benefits I some of the most vulnerable people older elderly widows people mostly women who took time off from work caregivers. Ross wiles at the Zona Republic on ideas floated for social security. He's here in about twenty minutes. North Korean leader, Kim Jong arrived in Vietnam. Earlier today for a summit with President Trump have two men will try to reach agreement on carrying out a North Korean pledge to give up its nuclear weapons. They will meet for a brief one on one conversation. Tomorrow evening, followed by a dinner, then they'll meet again Thursday. Mr. Trump spoke before departing for Hanoi LA for Vietnam where I meet with chairman Kim. And we talk about something that frankly, he never spoke to anybody about. But we're speaking speaking loud, and I.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Gordon Deal deadly ambush in Syria. Good morning, I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January seventeen thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour for Americans have been killed after a bomb attack by ISIS fighters in northern Syria. That's intensified talks about plans to withdraw US troops. A twenty one year old Georgia man has been arrested by undercover FBI agents for plotting to blast his way into the White House with an antitank weapon should the state of the union address be delayed because of the government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi, thanks and why we could be paying more in taxes. This year realistically, the federal tax change landscape is probably going to be pretty quiet. However, a lot of state legislatures are likely to be looking at and. Passing new state taxes on a variety of issues. Ross wiles at the Arizona Republic on facing more in common online sales taxes in two thousand nineteen his report in about twenty minutes. At least four Americans have been killed by a bombing in Syria carried out by Islamic steep. The Pentagon says to military service members a civilian defense department employees and a Pentagon contractor were among nineteen people. Overall believed to have been killed in yesterday's blast which occurred at a popular restaurant. The incident has rekindled discussions about President Trump's plan to withdraw troops from the country. Here's South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham, I know people frustrated, but we're never going to be safe here, unless we're willing to help people over there who will stand up against this radical ideology administration says the troop withdrawal is going forward. Prior to yesterday to Americans had been killed in action in Syria were US ground troops have been deployed against ISIS since two thousand fifteen the US has begun to withdraw some equipment from Syria. But timeline of the personnel draw down is not clear as US officials try to ensure that America's Kurdish partners in Syria will.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning, I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January seventeen thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour for Americans have been killed after a bomb attack by ISIS fighters. Northern syria. That's intensified talks about plans to withdraw US troops. A twenty one year old Georgia man has been arrested by undercover FBI agents for plotting to blast his way into the White House with an antitank weapon should the state of the union address be delayed because of the government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi, thanks so and why we could be paying more in taxes. This year realistically, the federal tax change landscape is going to be pretty quiet. However, a lot of state legislatures are likely to be looking at and passing new state taxes on a variety of issues. Ross wiles at the Republic on face. More in common online sales taxes in two thousand nineteen his report in about twenty minutes. At least four Americans have been killed by a bombing in Syria carried out by Islamic steep. The Pentagon says to military service members a civilian defense department employees and a Pentagon contractor were among nineteen people. Overall believed to have been killed in yesterday's blast which occurred at a popular restaurant. The incident has rekindled discussions about President Trump's plan to withdraw troops from the country here. South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham, I know people are frustrated, but we're never going to be safe here, unless we're willing to help people over there who will stand up against this radical ideology. The administration says the troop withdrawal is going forward. Prior to yesterday to Americans had been killed in action in Syria were US ground troops have been deployed against ISIS since two thousand fifteen the US has begun to withdraw some equipment from Syria. But the timeline of the personnel draw down is not clear as US officials try to ensure that America's Kurdish partners in Syria will not. Be targeted..

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"ross wiles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"On Sunday, Don Cheadle and Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday. Followed by the third season premiere of Frankie Shaw's comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. media networks, they speed America's First News this morning with your host, Gordon Deal deadly ambush in Syria. Good morning, I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January seventeen thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour. Four Americans have been killed after a bomb attack by ISIS fighters in northern Syria. That's intensified talks about plans to withdraw US troops. A twenty one year old Georgia man has been arrested by undercover FBI agents for plotting to blast his way into the White House with an antitank weapon should the state of the union address be delayed because of the government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks so and why we could be paying more in taxes. This year realistically, the federal tax change landscape is going to be pretty quiet. However, a lot of state legislatures are likely to be looking at in passing new state taxes on a variety of issues. Ross wiles at the Arizona Republic on facing more. Uncommon online sales taxes in twenty nineteen his report in about twenty minutes. At least four Americans have been killed.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Next year. And the projections are not quite as rosy as they were a few months ago, personal finance columnist. Ross wiles at the Arab Republic has some steps you might consider taking Russ. What are you hearing? Well, I mean, we're still in a growth expansion, Gordon. I mean, I don't think anyone not too many people are really calling outright recession next year, but the consensus from what I can tell I'm starting to get a lot of these forecasts coming in know. The growth might throw a bet they certainly so we're not gonna have the tax reform jolt to help next year this year. I mean, there's trade tensions interest rates rising the stock market certainly to predict the next year. So I mean, I think there's more caution certainly than there was a q- months ago. So you've got these five things worth heating as you say what's number one pay attention to your cash, holding explained CD's. Deposit money market mutual funds. People haven't probably paid all that much attention tournament recently ears because he'll bend so low, but you know, now. Just starting to climb a bit. So there are maybe reasons to shop around. And also, I think you just want to check this. What really the safety the stability of this product. For example, FDIC coverage you can get on CDs. But you don't get him on money market mutual funds. Apple, and I I just think it's maybe time for people not to the desktop these instruments that they've been using and pay a little bit more tension to say a short term bond funds. Some people say might actually outperform stocks next year. A lot of conservative. Investments are going to perform stocks with the stock market.

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"ross wiles" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Gear I just don't. See a bear market starting markets come when there's a recession Horizon, speaking rust, wiles personal finance columnists at the Republic which is part, of the USA, today network he's written an interesting piece. Entitled nations strong economy could supercharge stocks. The stock, returns but watch out on bonds so what about bonds here in this scenario well Dr, simple AME interest rates. Do continue to rise and they, have been into up lately not traumatically but they've been they've been. Starting, to push higher bond prices would be hurt that'd be bonds holdings in Bonn mutual, funds Mandi, t. s whatever the very simple rule there. Is a bond prices move inversely the interest rates and longer term bonds would be would feel it more in. Fact already bonds, are, kind of flat for the year even including their the interest income generated what about on the. Housing front I mean I think housing conditions are reasonably good provided again that Interest rates don't push up too quickly? I, mean mortgage. Rates right now Stiller four and a half percent range just still pretty good, I think, from a long-term. Perspective it's in session does increase the. Mortgage rates which are, pegged up the bond market are. We going. To rise too so that's some to to. Look at but in general, I mean. As you know our homeownership has dropped about six percentage points over the. Last decade, so I think there's room to add some new, home Bobby Ross Ross wiles from the, Arizona Republic it is twenty minutes? Now in, front of the hour on This Morning America's first, news You. Don't often find the words business and friendly in the same sentence let alone the. Same state. Unless, of course you're. Talking about Michigan Michigan's business friendly practices..

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"ross wiles" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is ratcheting, up to a higher gear I just don't. See a bear market starting markets come. When there's a recession you know on, the horizon speaking the wiles. Personal finance columnists at the Arizona Republic which? Is, part of the USA today network he's written an interesting piece entitled nations strong economy could, supercharge stocks stock returns but watch out on, bonds so what about bonds here in this scenario Well Dr simply I mean as I said if interest rates do, continue to, rise and they have been into lately not dramatically but they've been they've, been starting to push higher bond prices would. Be hurt that'd be bonds holdings in. Bond mutual funds bond ATS whatever the, very simple rule there is. A bond prices move inversely to interest rates And longer term, bonds would be more in fact already bonds are kind of flat for, the year, even including their, the interest income generated what about on. The housing front I, mean I think housing conditions are. Reasonably good provided again, that interest rates don't push up to took quickly I. Mean mortgage rates right now Four and a half percent. Range still pretty good I think from a long-term perspective it's in. Session does, increase mortgage rates which are picked up the bond, market are we going to rise too, so that's some to to look? At but, in general I mean as you know our homeownership, has dropped about six percentage points of the last. Decade so I think there's room Some new, home Bobby Ross, Ross wiles, from the Arizona, Republic it is twenty minutes now in front of the hour on. This Morning America's first news You don't often find the words business and friendly in the same sentence let alone the same state unless of. Course you're, talking about Michigan Michigan's business friendly practices helped them become a leader in industries that range from agriculture in cybersecurity to..

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"ross wiles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ross wiles" Discussed on KTOK

"A higher, gear I just don't see. A bear market starting their markets come when there's a recession On the horizon speaking rust wiles personal finance columnists at, the Arizona, Republic which is part of the USA today network he's, written an interesting piece entitled nations strong economy could, supercharge stocks stock returns, but watch out on. Bonds so, what about bonds here in this scenario well Dr simply I mean as I said, if interest rates do. Continue to rise and they have, been into lately not dramatically but they've been they've been starting to. Push, higher bond prices would be hurt that'd be bonds holdings and bond mutual funds manti t., whatever the, very simple, rule there is a you know bond prices, move inversely to interest rates and longer term bonds would, be more in fact already. Bonds are kind, of flat for the year even including their the interest income generated what about on the housing. Front Well I I mean I think housing conditions are reasonably good provided again that Interest, rates, don't push, up to took quickly I mean mortgage rates right, now Stiller, four and a half percent range pretty good I think from a long-term. Perspective it's inflation does increase mortgage, rates which are pegged up the bond. Market are we, going to, rise too so, that's some to to look at but in general I mean as. You know our homeownership has dropped about six percentage points over the last decade. So I think there's room to To add some. New home Bobby, Ross Ross, wiles from the, Arizona Republic it is twenty minutes now in front of the hour. On This Morning America's first news You don't often find the words business and friendly in the same sentence let alone the same state. Unless of, course you're talking about Michigan Michigan's business friendly practices helped them become.

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