Today on the Ilyce Glink Show, Ilyce covered the highlights of what has been billed as the “Worst Week in Wall Street History.” A week where the Dow Jones index dropped 2,400 points, marking a more than 40 percentage point drop from the high a year ago. Today’s show, which featured a special third hour, Ilyce answered questions on investing in the stock market, if it would be possible to reduce quarterly tax payments, how to help aging parents transfer a property to children to avoid it being sold to pay assisted living fees, choosing a good company in which to invest now that prices are so low, choosing a good financial advisor, 529 college savings plans and other ways to save for college tuition, buying a foreclosure and being aware of homeowner association rules and regulations (before closing), who real estate attorneys really represent in Georgia, whether you should choose a self-employed 401(k) or Sep IRA if you get 1099 income, and what are the risks of going entirely with a wireless phone (especially where 911 calls are concerned). To find out more, tune into the show. For show notes and updates through the week, check out her blog at www.thinkglink.com/blog , and sign up for her free weekly newsletter on the ThinkGlink.com home page. Check out the videos at www.expertrealestatetips.net. And be sure to subscribe to her YouTube channel.
Ilyce Glink on WSB Radio – October 12, 2008
By Ilyce Glink| 2008-10-12T00:00:00-05:00 October 12th, 2008|
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