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 , and sign up for her free weekly newsletter on the home page. Check out the videos at And be sure to subscribe to her YouTube channel.


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