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The Business News Headlines 27 August 2020

Sorry, we're a little late today.  Editing took over early in the afternoon. But, hey, glad you're with us.  Here is what we've got cooked up for you today:

  • Ya know that second stimulus check...
  • What the Fed announcement today means for you;
  • Protesters brought out a guillotine...no, really;
  • Some good car news it would seem;
  • Some good retail news?  It's about time;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Say it ain't so...the Office Romance...gone?

Those stories plus a rare two-part interview. This time it's Death and Taxes with Bruce Schmiedlin, CPA of Bruce Tax CPA.  Here is part one.

And here is Part Two.

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When a Loved One Passes - Income Taxes - Part One

He is a returning guest to Insight on Business the News Hour and this time Bruce Schmiedlin, CPA is in to talk about income tax implications. In this first segment he'll discuss the myths that surround the issue, the vocabulary you need to know, what "basis" means, some examples of value and when and who you need to notify about the death of a loved one. And, to help you better follow along here is a link to his talking points so you can review when you have time.

When a Loved One Passes - Income Tax Implications - Part Two

Here Bruce Schmiedlin, CPA offers Part Two of our conversation regarding income tax issues. You're just a click away from learning more about transfer designations, surviving spouse issues, no surviving spouse issues and his famous "Gotcha" segment. And, as promised here is a link to his talking points so you can stay in the loop. 

The Business News Headlines 18 August 2020

It's the business news headlines for Tuesday the 18th day of August and 76 days until the November election.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • Catch a movie and the ticket is just 15 cents;
  • 100 years ago today women won the right to vote;
  • COVID19 and College;
  • You and your passion for buying online..it's growing;
  • Social Security and Joe Biden;
  • CEO pay up a whopping 1,167%;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Halloween 2020...yikes!

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The Business News Headlines 14 July 2020

It's the day before Income Tax Day in the U.S.  Welcome to the business news headlines for the 14th of July. Here's what we've got for you today:

  • Stimulus Checks and Dead Folks;
  • Wells Fargo to cut dividend by 80%;
  • Heard of Fisker Electric Vehicles;
  • Black Families and Mortgage Denials;
  • Some Tax Day Specials;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The Trump Administration back peddles on International Students.

Thanks for coming by again today! 

The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on Google PlayPlayerFMPodbeaniTunes, SpotifyStitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour. 

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The Business News Headlines 13 July 2020

It was a stunning reversal on Wall Street today. Blame COVID-19 and California.  Here's what we've got for you today:

  • The markets did take a nose dive;
  • The coronavirus has changed much even your 2020 taxes;
  • Airlines to begin cutting workers;
  • JetBlue to keep middle seats empty;
  • U.S. retail sales are down...so too in Mexico;
  • Storage at Amazon warehouses is an issue;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • The odd story of Tic Toc and business.

Those stories PLUS an interesting look at the business of genealogy with professional genealogist Ricki King. For twenty years she has been searching for family members for her clients. You'll learn how she got started, what interesting stories she's found and more. Ricky King from Roots to Branches Genealogy is right here

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The Business News Headlines 30 June 2020

The major Wall Street markets posted quite the second quarter but will the party continue?  That story and more today on the final day of June 2020:

  • IRS says no more delays...pay up;
  • What a national mask mandate might do;
  • Your favorite home improvement store ain't who you think;
  • UAW asks GM to close a Texas plant;
  • U.S. families spending less on just about everything;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • 1, 2, 3 strike outs today. It's a "trifecta" of closings.

Also today, for the interview you'll hear how Tero International had to completely change their business model from holding in person skills training to virtual events. How they did it, why they did it and how it's working out. My guest is Deborah Rinner the Chief Learning Officer of the company. To hear that...click here.

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The Business News Headlines 11 May 2020

Welcome back to a brand new business week. Today, if you were watching the markets it was like a roller coaster and we'll share details. And, we've got these stories ready for you on your time:

  • Plenty of buyers but sellers sitting it out;
  • Toyota slashing U.S. production;
  • Coal takes another hit;
  • California stands to loose millions;
  • Another retailer files Chapter 11;
  • AMC saw its stock soar by 56%;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • You...yes you...have been busy cutting your cable TV.

Those stories plus a conversation about debit and credit card payment charges. My guest is Steve Casteel the founder of Payteva who not only helps businesses save but also educates his clients and others about the myriad of credit card charges out there.  Stunning...  To listen click here. 

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The Business News Headlines 17 March 2020

The markets rebounded today on the promise of putting more money into the hands of Americans. That story and several more are just a click away:

  • Stocks rallied and why;
  • 24 percent of businesses expect layoffs;
  • More retailers close their doors;
  • Wall Street Report;
  • The Restaurant Industry in a panic and why;
  • Phil K. James and what he's doing to save restaurant jobs.

Those stories and you'll meet Rikkia Lillard from R.C.L. Productions in our Small Business Spotlight. An artist, playwright and producer of great events this is exactly what you need to hear today...and every day. Enjoy.  To hear that conversation click here

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The Business News Headlines 23 January 2020

At the opening bell today it was all about a virus and China...but as the day wore on worried investors seemed to move on and we'll share why.  It is the business news headlines for the 23rd day of January.

  • Former Wells Fargo CEO gets some bad news;
  • Planters Peanuts kills off Mr. Peanut and...why;
  • FedEx is alerting folks about a scam;
  • The White House wants more tax cuts;
  • The Wall Street Report;
  • Working Women and the 1970's.

Those stories plus this: Over the past several months we've reported on the number of trucking companies who have shut their doors. At the same time there is a lack of drivers.  Add to those issues new demands regarding packaging of freight, electronic logs, new technology and something called "density rating". With me is Brian Bartz from DLS Worldwide as we talk about the many changes in the industry and the "State of Freight". You can listen here. 

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