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Retirement, Insurance, and Pensions in Israel (Podcast)

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Meet Rony Hadid, who has been an insurance agent for the past 12 years. Rony has lived in Israel for the past two decades after making aliyah from his native Brazil. Rony explains the various retirement funds that exist in Israel, what they mean, their tax benefits, and more. So if you’re either living in Israel, or contemplating making aliyah, listen to this informative interview on the Goldstein on Gelt show.

The Expats: Fiction or Reality? (Podcast)

Monday, February 25th, 2013

Is there anything dramatic or exciting about being an expat? On the first part of this week’s Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets Chris Pavone, author of The Expats, a novel that he wrote while living in Luxembourg. Chris had worked as a book editor in New York City for 20 years until his wife was offered a job in Luxembourg, and he became a stay-at-home dad to their young children while living in Europe. This experience became the backdrop to his book The Expats, a best-selling thriller. Find out more on this week’s show.

Exile on Wall Street (Podcast)

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Mike Mayo, finance analyst and author of Exile on Wall Street, has been named on Worth Magazine’s list of the most powerful people in finance. On the Goldstein on Gelt show, Mike talks about the changes that need to be made in the world of finance, the recent world finance crisis, and what’s happening on Wall Street today.

The Economist Who Helped Warren Buffet Get Rich

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Meet Joe Carlen, who has written an intriguing biography of Benjamin Graham, the economist who influenced Warren Buffet, Irving Kahn, and other famous financial figures. Carlen, author of The Einstein of Money, and a business consultant himself, speaks to Doug on this week’s episode of the Goldstein on Geltshow about Benjamin Graham and his philosophy. How do Graham’’s theories affect investors and the financial world today? Find out by listening to this fascinating interview.

How to Beat the U.S. Tax Blues (Podcast)

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Tax attorney Dave Wolf, a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Tax Section and a member of the appeal committee for Maror monies in Israel, tells Doug how to deal with U.S. tax laws when living abroad, which tax amnesties are available, and what would happen if you tried to renounce your American citizenship.

Are You a Tax Criminal?

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Are you an American citizen now living in Israel or any other country? If so,have you been paying all your U.S. taxes? You might not be aware that you still have tax obligations to the IRS, even though you are paying taxes to your current country of residence. On this week’s Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug speaks to CPA Ron Zalben, who talks about the FBAR and FATCA tax forms, what they are, and why it is so important to file them.

What You Need in Order to Retire (Podcast)

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

When should you start planning for retirement? In your twenties, or in your fifties? In the second part of this week’s Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets Terry Savage, a well-known expert on personal finance. Terry, author of The New Savage Number: How Much Money Do Really You Need to Retire? tells us why time is more important than money and why you need to start planning for retirement even when you’re still young. Find out more about what you need for your golden years and when you should start teaching your kids about money.

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