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Terry Martine answers your retirement planning questions for members of the Florida Retirement System. There are other "financial" podcasts, but only one that focuses on the specific needs of members in the FRS system. Curious about what your retirement will look like? Should you enter DROP? Considering the Investment Plan? Maybe you want to retire before 65? Even if you have a financial planner, we will give you the tools to build your own financial plan. Give us a listen. We're here to ans ...
 
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In this episode Terry Martine sits down with Rick Martens of Inland Capital and discuss what an opportunity zone is and how it is used for investors. According to the IRS, "A Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) is an economically distressed community where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment. Local…
 
We talk with Rick Martens, Sr VP of Inland Capital to discuss answer a few questions. What is a 1031 exchange? Why do people use them and why are they becoming more popular? And finally we look at a few of the qualifications and why using a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) meets the needs of many investors. Here's a brief history of the 1031 exchange…
 
As we get older, the reason we have or still need life insurance changes. If you own a life insurance policy, the amount of coverage may have changed from when you first purchased the policy. We commonly get asked the question, "do I have to much, or do I still need the policy I bought years ago?" Do you still need the Buy-Sell life insurance polic…
 
In this episode Terry Martine sits down with John Clark, a Medicare expert in West Palm Beach Florida. Medicare is available for most individuals that are 65 years of age or older. This podcast will answer your basic questions. We discuss Medicare and answer the difference between a Medicare advantage plan and a Medigap policy. Whether you need a d…
 
We interview one the best estate planning Attorneys in West Palm Beach (Charlie Weiss). One word of caution, Charlie is in Florida, we specifically talk about Florida Estate Plans. If you are outside Florida, the concepts are the same but the documents might be slightly different. We answer the difference between a will and a Trust. Who needs a Tru…
 
Have you ever wondered how to objectively compare Financial Advisors? This episode gives you 4 basic questions you can ask any advisor and compare the results. You'll be amazed how simple this for is and how easy it is to use. The form is available as a PDF on our website under the forms tab. This form will help you discover basic information like:…
 
In this episode we explore your options to a 401k rollover or 403b rollover. There are 5 pro's and cons to a Rollover IRA. The main deciding factor is if you think there might be a circumstance that you need to take a loan on your 401k. Maybe your looking for a more diversified funds or stocks than your 401k provider offers. We'll cover the 5 optio…
 
Get to know Terry Martinez, candidate for at-large city councilor in Colorado Springs’ April 2019 election. An in-depth conversation about issues affecting Colorado Springs. (Recorded 2/11/19) List of Candidates & Issues on the April 2019 Ballot For more information or to follow Terry Martinez: Terry Martinez on Facebook Terry Martinez on Twitter T…
 
The Colorado state budget, and TABOR and Gallagher amendments explained and discussed in the town hall hosted by Colorado Senator Pete Lee and Colorado Representatives Tony Exum and Marc Snyder. Don’t miss the lively and informative Q&A at the end of the program. The elected officials answered forthrightly and honestly. (Episode 38, Recorded 2/9/19…
 
A review of recent accomplishments and a glimpse into the future by Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC CEO Dirk Draper. This meeting was hosted by Leadership Pikes Peak at Coquette’s Bistro. (Recorded 11/27/18) LINKS: Leadership Pikes Peak Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC Coquette’s Bistro Subscribe (free) to Studio 809 Specials podcast: The post Special…
 
Roads, traffic, development, parking, traffic signals and bike lanes all get mic time in this Northside CONO neighborhood chat. Tim Roberts (principal transportation planner/traffic engineer for City of Colorado Springs), Jim Reid (El Paso county public works), and Grant Smith (president of the Cragmor Neighborhood Association) share their perspect…
 
Local governments highlight this meeting at Amanda’s Fonda hosted by the Council of Neighbors and Organizations (CONO). Did you know the City of Colorado Springs web site is making it easier than ever to be informed or involved? Plus: City Councilors Don Knight and David Geislinger discuss Short Term Rentals. And El Paso County’s Dave Rose offers i…
 
Learn more about ballot issues affecting funding for public schools and transportation, and safer setbacks for oil and gas wells from schools, residences and offices. 3 statewide issues were debated in this forum hosted by Citizens Project on October 17 at Sierra High School in Colorado Springs. Amendment 73 (Education funding) Roberta Rizzo Michae…
 
Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley headlined the “Everybody Welcome!” dinner for the El Paso County Democratic Party on October 13 in Colorado Springs. Part Four features O’Malley’s powerful and inspiring address. Subscribe (free) to Studio 809 Specials podcast: The post Special: Democratic Party Annual Dinner – Part 4 appeared first on Studio 809 R…
 
The “Everybody Welcome!” dinner for the El Paso County Democratic Party was held October 13 in Colorado Springs. Part Three features remarks by Parkland school shooting survivor Brooke Harrison and her mother. They are followed by a special presentation by Stephany Rose Spaulding (candidate for U.S. D5 Representative) and by U.S. Representative (an…
 
The “Everybody Welcome!” dinner for the El Paso County Democratic Party was held October 13 in Colorado Springs. Part Two features remarks by party candidates for statewide office: Phil Weiser, candidate for Colorado Attorney General Jena Griswold, candidate for Secretary of State Dave Young, candidate for State Treasurer Leslie Smith, candidate fo…
 
The “Everybody Welcome!” dinner for the El Paso County Democratic Party was held October 13 in Colorado Springs. Highlights include remarks by U.S. Representative (and Colorado Governor candidate) Jared Polis, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, and Parkland survivor Brooke Harrison. Part One features opening remarks by chair Electra Johnson. Subscr…
 
Candidates for national and state office in the November, 2018 election are heard from in this forum hosted by Citizens Project on October 10. Moderated by KOAA Anchor/Reporter Andy Koen. Candidates present: Stephany Rose Spaulding, Pete Lee, Brenda Krause, Andrew Smith, Tony Exum Sr, Marc Snyder, Frank DeLalla, Holly Williams, Cami Bremer, Grace S…
 
Candidates for Attorney General: Phil Weiser and George Brauchler, Colorado Secretary of State: Wayne Williams and Jena Griswold, and Colorado State Treasurer: Dave Young and Brian Watson, duked it out in this fast-paced debate. The event took place October 13 in Colorado Springs at the Penrose House, sponsored by The Gazette, Colorado Politics and…
 
Congressman Jared Polis and State Treasurer Walker Stapleton came out swinging in this Colorado Governor candidates debate. The debate took place in Colorado Springs at the Penrose House on October 13, sponsored by The Gazette, Colorado Politics and KOAA News5. KOAA anchor Rob Quirk moderated. Elizabeth Watts (KOAA News5 anchor) and Joey Bunch (sen…
 
This Neighborhood Chat includes Susan Edmondson of the Downtown Partnership, Crystal LaTier with El Paso County Housing & Community Development, and Colorado Springs Department of Housing & Urban Development’s Steve Posey). Local residents chime in on what they’d like to see happen to downtown Colorado Springs, plus affordable housing and short ter…
 
Do Renters have rights? Some landlords think not. But in reality, renters do have legal rights – as explained by Colorado Legal Service’s Clinton Albert. This program was organized by Catherine Duarte of Colorado Springs Community Development Division, the First Congregational Church and Pastor Jackie. (Recorded 10/1/18) The post Special: Renters’ …
 
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers delivered this address on September 27, 2018 at a luncheon hosted by the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC. If you couldn’t afford the ticket or for some other reason missed this event, you can hear it here. Past accomplishments and future aspirations were among his remarks in this “annual report” in front of a reco…
 
Columnist/Humorist/Activist/Author Jim Hightower highlights the all-star lineup that graced the stage at Stargazers Theatre on September 16 for this event hosted by Together for Colorado Springs. Big announcements are among the varied subjects addressed, all related to elections, politics, and positive progress for Colorado Springs. Speakers includ…
 
Get to know the 3 CEO finalists for Colorado Springs Utilities. The final decision will be made at 1 pm September 17, so waste no time in expressing your opinion to your utilities board (city council) https://coloradosprings.gov/city-council. (Recorded 9/13/18) The post Special: Utilites CEO Interview – Sept 12 2018 appeared first on Studio 809 Rad…
 
The term “Fake News” has been co-opted. In Building Resistance to Brain Bugs, Dr. Sam Ebersole discusses basic principles of media literacy, helping us identify the skills we can hone to get good information and distinguish real news from fake. Ebersole is a professor in the mass communications department at Colorado State University, Pueblo. This …
 
Should the City of Colorado Springs take steps to reduce the deer population in town? If so, what steps? This town hall included a presentation from Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and discussion among citizens and city councilors. (recorded 8/15/18) The post Special: Deer Management Town Hall – Aug 15 2018 appeared first on Studio 809 Radio.…
 
Learn about a proposed ordinance to regulate short-term rentals in Colorado Springs. The Council of Neighbors and Organizations (CONO) hosted this informational meeting on August 7, 2018. City of Colorado Springs Assistant Director of Planning, Meggan Herington provided an update on the current draft of the ordinance. (Recorded 8/7/18) The post Spe…
 
The mayors of Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Green Mountain Falls, Fountain, Monument, Woodland Park, and Pueblo, Colorado sit down for a frank and open discussion of the issues facing each and every one of them in the region: water, stormwater, homelessness, affordable housing, and the list goes on. This event was sponsored by Nunn Constructio…
 
This panel discussion focused on the role of state and local finance agencies in helping residents and workers find low- and moderate-income housing. Hosted by the Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs. Panelists: Irv Halter; Allison George; Cris White; DeAnne McCann; Mike Burks. Moderated by Kevin Walker. Todd Anderson fills in for Ke…
 
A controversial ordinance prohibiting camping within 100 feet of Colorado Springs creeks is the topic of this June 14, 2018 public town hall. It included a brief presentation, followed by citizen comments, along with some limited dialogue with city councilors, regarding the proposed Creekside Camping Ordinance. At the time of this town hall, the fi…
 
Dialog Over Diatribe: Hear about the need for and the important community-building accomplishments of Citizens Project in Colorado Springs. Executive Director Deb Walker and Norm Bouchard kick off this 25th anniversary event – with the help of Mark Garner, Yemi Mobolade, Cynthia Nimerichter, Jane Ard-Smith, Joy Garscadden, Rachel Stovall, with voca…
 
Colorado gubernatorial candidate Mike Johnston gave this stump speech to a gathering in Colorado Springs, CO on June 1. Topics included schools, roads & bridges, the economy and much more. A Q&A session followed. (Recorded 6/1/18) For more information visit Johnston’s website. The post Special: Mike Johnston Stump Speech – Jun 1 2018 appeared first…
 
Gasoline tax, Colorado personal property tax, NRA, schools, oil & gas issues, Olympics, immigration policy, and affordable housing are among the topics covered by Democratic candidates for governor of Colorado. Participants include Mike Johnston, Congressman Jared Polis, Cary Kennedy, and Lt. Gov. Donna Lyn. This debate was held at the first annual…
 
Republican candidates for Colorado governor Greg Lopez, Victor Mitchell, Doug Robinson, and Walker Stapleton discuss schools, sanctuary cities, marijuana, guns, transportation funding, PERA, EV tax credits, drilling, TABOR, and more in this debate hosted by the Forum for Civic Advancement (sponsored by the El Pomar Foundation and The Gazette). Mode…
 
Colorado Springs has a deer problem. City Councilor Don Knight (District #1) discusses what to do about the deer population in this town hall. Some citizens are concerned about the sale of a piece of property by the city for $1.00. The search for a new Utilities CEO is another topic. Also: panhandlers and the EPA lawsuit against the city. (Recorded…
 
The impact of media ownership on content was discussed by this panel at the Colorado Press Association Annual Convention in Colorado Springs. Newspaper ownership in Colorado was a focus. Panelists: Moderator: Corey Hutchins, Columbia Journalism Review Dave Krieger, editorial page editor of the The Boulder Daily Camera Laura Frank, vice president of…
 
In this 3rd and final Town Hall about the proposed amendment to the Banning Lewis Ranch annexation agreement, members of city staff make a presentation and answer city council questions; and citizens voice concerns, opinions and questions. This starts in mid-sentence due to technical problems in the meeting sound system. City Council is scheduled t…
 
Terry Martinez is running for House District 18 in Colorado Springs. The Young Democrats get his take on various subjects from education, energy, universal healthcare, and more. Terry’s an artist, chemistry teacher, coach and principal. After 31 years as an educator, he has retired and wants to start a new career as a politician. He believes in com…
 
Amendments are proposed to the Banning Lewis Ranch annexation agreement, in an effort to jump-start development on this 24,000 acre swath of the city. Colorado Springs City Council hears from the public and answers some of their questions at this town hall meeting about the proposal. Thanks to the City of Colorado Springs for making this audio avai…
 
The Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce annual State of the Region meeting. Terri Hayes is the President and CEO of the Chamber. Guest speakers are County Commissioners Stan VanderWerf of the El Paso County 3rd district and Darryl Glenn of the El Paso County 1st district. Additional speakers are the Mayor of Palmer Lake, John Cressman, and Don Wilson, To…
 
Bicycles, Pedestrians, and Cars: Will putting a square peg (bicycles) into a round hole (automobiles) work for Colorado Springs’ existing road infrastructure? Is there a workable solution for the pedestrian concerns at Colorado College? Are reduced crosswalks and signals the solution? The third in a series of public meetings to discuss how to addre…
 
This is the first of 3 public town hall meetings about the pending amendment of the Banning-Lewis Ranch annexation agreement. This agreement will govern decades of development in a massive area along the east side of the city of Colorado Springs. The developer who purchased most of the ranch has negotiated the proposed amendment. City Planning & De…
 
Colorado Springs Utilities Board hears from the public about potentially closing the Martin Drake Power Plant earlier than currently planned. This public meeting was held on December 5, 2017. Thanks to the City of Colorado Springs for sharing this audio. The post Studio 809 Specials: Drake Power Plant Decommissioning Town Hall Dec 5 2017 appeared f…
 
Gary Fornander, Jane Ard-Smith and Peg Perl of the League of Women’s Voters discuss the impact of outside money and special interest money on local politics in Colorado Springs. Well worth the listen. (Recorded 2017 11 18) The post Studio 809 Specials: Money in Local Politics – League of Women Voters appeared first on Studio 809 Radio.…
 
Learn about why the external costs, those that don’t show up on your utility bill but we all pay for in other ways — make coal as an energy source much more costly than you may have known! 350 Colorado Springs presents two speakers on the social, health and environmental impacts of burning coal in our communities. Jim Riggins, Retired Air Force Col…
 
Meet the City Council Candidates: Colorado Springs City Council candidate forum March 16, 2017, hosted by the Green Cities Coalition. The subject: utilities. Candidates present: Don Knight, David Geislinger, Richard Skorman, Melanie Bernhardt, Andy Pico, Janak Joshi. Thanks to the Energy Working Group of the Green Cities Coalition The post Specials…
 
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