Do you have a financial quarterback? Listeners will benefit from tuning in every Sunday on 1160 WOBM AM from 11AM – 12PM to hear from Josh Jalinski, the Financial Quarterback.
Listeners will learn…
- The impact of fees on your investments
- How taxes could affect your IRAs and 401ks
- How to reduce risk in your investment portfolio
- Strategies to maximize your money in an uncertain world
Josh Jalinski has been selected for the Million Dollar Round Table. Josh teaches people how to lower risk, minimize taxes, and maximize wealth. Josh has been featured on Comcast’s Lynn Doyle Show, CNN, and other nationwide radio and TV spots due to his work with charities and churches. Josh received the Freedom Award from Senator Jim Demint, due to his presidency of a large non-profit organization of over 5,000 volunteers. He holds Financial Industry National Regulatory Authority (FINRA) series 6, 7, 24 and 66 licenses.
Call 732-240-CASH(2274) for a no-obligation, complimentary consultation
Email Josh a question about the show at email@example.com
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Disclaimer: You should take nothing said on the radio show as a direct recommendation to buy or sell a particular security. Please consult your CPA regarding tax matters discussed and your attorney regarding legal matters that may arise as a result of discussions on the show. Financial planning may intersect with legal and tax matters, but Josh is not an attorney or a CPA, although he would be happy to discuss investing and insurance matters with you, your CPA or attorney. The information discussed in this show is for educational purposes only and is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy securities products or services. Jalinski Advisory Group, Inc. does not provide tax and/or legal advice. Please consult a qualified professional for any tax or legal issues. Any insurance product principal protected accounts or guarantees discussed are backed by the claims paying ability of the underlying insurance company.