David Giertz Address The Elephant In The Room: Social Security

Longstanding financial adviser, David Giertz of Nationwide Financial, recently sat down with the Wallstreet Journal’s Veronica Dagher to discuss the problems surrounding social security. David Giertz made it clear that the problem was not social security itself but rather the way it was and is being discussed within the financial advisory industry. Ms. Dagher notes that there is a huge problem, backed up by a wealth of statistics, which indicates that financial advisers simply are not talking about social security enough with their clients and asks her guest why he thinks this is the case.

 

Mr. Giertz states that there are numerous reasons why this trend seems to have gained such prevalence, primarily, the intricate complexity of the social security rules. For instance, the social security handbook, in its current form has over 27,000 rules alone, to say nothing of any of the other material surrounding social security. Naturally, that is a enormous amount of information to digest and can prove problematic to remember consistently even for financial adviser professionals.

 

That being said, Mr. Geirtz thinks that more financial advisers should be concerned about the issue, as much for their own sake as for the sake of their clients. It is obvious that not getting enough information from a financial adviser whom one is paying is naturally not getting one’s money’s worth. However, taking out social security too early can also put a huge hole in one’s nest egg and cost thousands upon thousands of dollars. From a financial advisers point of view, customer retention is key – after all, one can’t expect one’s customers to stick around if you (the financial adviser) are not giving them all the relevant information they need to insure the safety and health of their retirement fund. https://davidgiertz.yolasite.com/

Liberal mega donor George Soros fights for reform

George Soros is the Democrats strongest financial donors. Soros is so good that his donating spurs other liberals to donate. Soros has been spending millions on his push for criminal justice and immigration reform. George Soros donated $2 million to the PAC, Maricopa Strong, which is working to defeat Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona.

George Soros has spent millions in the last two years, fighting to defeat seven local district attorney campaigns in six states. The total spent is more than the total spent on the 2016 campaign by a majority of rival donors. George Soros’ money has supported African-American and Hispanic candidates for these local positions, all who ran on platforms similar to what are Soros’ platforms. Both Soros and the candidates are working to reduce racial disparities in sentencing and working to get some drug offenders into programs instead of trial.

This is the strongest push for criminal justice reform-oriented candidates for offices held by longtime incumbents and serve as conduits to the federal courts. This involvement by George Soros’ and his financial supporters have created a firestorm among opponents angry about the outside influence. Soros has spent donations on district attorney races in Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas, with the help of several state-level super PACs. Each group tends to get most of its funds directly from George Soros.

A local Florida PAC “The Florida Safety and Justice Group” just funneled nearly $1.4 million into a local race in Central Florida, only days before election day. The Soros funded group is backing former prosecutor Aramis Ayala, who would be held accountable by more than 1.6 million people in two counties around the Orlando area.

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Florida Safety and Justice released a TV spot, highlighting Ayala’s work to ensure defendants charged with the same crime receive the same treatment, no matter what their race or background is. The spot also attacks Ayala’s opponent Jeff Ashton, claiming he got rid of protections that ensured equal treatment.

George Soros led operatives and activists say that the recent increase in news coverage of racial justice issues, especially police shootings of African Americans, sparked new interest in the role of district attorneys, who refused to indict officers in certain high profile cases.

Liberal mega-donors have given to policy focused nonprofits including George Soros’ own Open Societies Foundation, which focuses on drug policy and criminal justice reform. Following the races in Louisiana and Mississippi, Soros poured millions into the country’s two biggest jurisdictions Harris County in Houston and Chicago’s Cook County.

Soros has been succeeding in getting his favored candidates elected to the role of attorney general. Last Spring, Soros spent $107,000 helping Raul Torrez win his district attorney primary and later outspent his Republican opponent, forcing him to drop out of the race.

Soros is expected to spend even more in the next few years, thanks in part to candidate recruitment. Local Ohio liberals have launched a Safety and Justice group but is remaining silent on how much money they have raised.

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Nationwide Title Clearing Launches Property Records Website

In the recent times, title defects have become very popular, and they are currently a cause for great concern in the real estate market. Some people feel that these errors lead to wrongful foreclosures, and others believe that they result in the stagnation of smooth transition of the assets in the secondary market.

Nationwide Title Clearing executives believe that property records have a crucial role, especially in ensuring that there is clear title conveyance. These files are also imperative in reducing the risk of the inability to foreclosure or buyback. The executives of the institution urge everyone to have their property records in order at all times to avoid getting in serious trouble.

The Nationwide Title Clearing is one of the leaders in the research and document processing industry, and it offers solutions to the companies in the mortgage and finance department. The company has done its best to ensure that the whole process of securing property reports is as simple as simple. The organization is privately held, and it is considered to be one of the fastest growing institutions in the United States. The company was started several years ago, and it has become very successful. Not long ago, the privately held agency decided to launch a newly updated website, and this will make the property reports available to customers online.

Title defects mostly happen when an entity or an individual has laid a claim to a certain property that is already owned by another person. There are, however, several factors that might render a title invalid. Here are some of the factors:
• The failure to include the signatures of any of the parties that are needed in the transactions like the spouse.
• Some simple wording problems in the report that have not complied with the real estate regulations in the area.
• If the previous encumbrances and liens have not been correctly removed from the report.
• If the individual does not follow the filing and recording procedures needed when recording the real estate documents.

John Hillman currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Nationwide Title Clearing, and he says that due to these factors, it is paramount to address all title defects before the property in question is transferred or sold to another individual. John Hillman has done his best to assist the ever changing mortgage industry. Under his leadership, the NTC has offered consumers some critical reports via online ordering.

Customers will now be able to access the Assignment Verification Report Services, Tax Status Report, Current Owner Report and Tax Status Reports. The property reports from the company are mainly based on the research conducted on the actual land records. According to John, these records are now available to all the residential properties in the United States.

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