Beyond 50 Radio Show
Tune In Weekly
A Live & Online Broadcast

Beyond 50 is America's Variety Talk Radio Show.  Originally designed for those in midlife (or approaching midlife), we have found over the 10 years of broadcasting that this is truly a program for ALL ages. The online radio show offers compelling topics that are informative, educational, and fun.

Beyond 50 is holistic in it's approach to solution-oriented programming that is alternative-minded and eclectic.  We showcase celebrities, bestselling authors, top experts, and visionary leaders  from around the world.  You can experience new insights and breakthroughs not usually found in mainstream resources.

Visionary, Informative, Fun



 Beyond 50's Radio Interviews: May 2017 




Moppin' Floors to CEO
Thursday, June 1
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)


The Little Book of Big Dividends:

A Safe Formula for Guaranteed Returns
Friday, June 2
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)




How to Live Like a Millionaire When You're a Million Short

Thursday, June 8
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Collect Value Divest:

The Savvy Appraiser
Friday, June 9
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)



The Hidden School:

Return of the Peaceful Warrior
Friday, June 16
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)



Mas Sajady: Survivor of Two Near-Death Experiences

Wednesday, June 21
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



13 Ways to Kill Your Community
Thursday, June 22
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Overcoming Your Difficult Family
Wednesday, June 28
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Intuition on Demand

Thursday, June 29
9 a.m. (PT)/12 p.m. (ET)



Facial Magic

Friday, June 30
12 p.m. (PT)/3 p.m. (ET)



Beyond 50 Radio: Top Video of the Week                       
   

 "The Founder" Movie:
McDonald's Business Lessons (Spoilers)
Reviewed by Joy Ramos Davis

Selected by "Conscious Movie Reviews," "The Founder" movie is a bio-pic that is based on a true story about the real founders, Mac and Dick McDonald, of the McDonald's franchise in America and their business dealings with Ray Kroc who eventually took legal ownership of their ideas and continues to profit from it today.  It's a lesson in negotiation styles and understanding the risk-averse personalities surrounding Ray who clashed with him, sabotaging his efforts in franchising and branding McDonald's nationwide.



MULTIMEDIA GALLERY: RANDOM SELECTIONS

4 Seasons in 4 Weeks

Hidden Meanings Behind the Movie, "Hell or High Water"

Tiny Home Building

Plant Your Garden in a Keyhole

The Nuclear Terrorist

Hidden Meanings Behind the Movie, "Hidden Figures"

Hidden Meanings Behind the Movie, "Arrival"

Judas of Nazareth

Fat to Fearless



Beyond 50 Radio: Article of the Week                      

The Savvy Appraiser: Unwanted Family Treasures
by Elizabeth Stewart, Contributing Writer

A generational and cultural shift is happening across America.  Baby Boomers and older seniors have discovered that their children under 50 or grandchildren have no desire to accept family treasures and lifetime collections that have passed through generations.

According to Appraiser Elizabeth Stewart, there are six objects from your home that your under-50 kids don't want to inherit:

1. Sterling Silver Flatware -  Sites like www.replacements.com are a MATCHING service for folks that DO enjoy Silver Flatware and have recognized patterns.  Because they sell per piece, and buy per piece, sellers get a rather good price.

2. Porcelain Figurines - Unless they are Meissen or Dresden, or another BIG value mark (look that up first on Markings on Porcelain) they are a hard sell.  But there are collector's clubs for everything even as banal as Hummels and Precious Moments.  Those clubs have chat rooms and wanted lists and selling platforms.  And each of those clubs holds conventions.

3. Heavy Dark Furniture -  There is still a market for that sort of furniture, and my suggestion is to donate all of it, and take it as a non-cash charitable contribution using Fair Market Valuation (FMV).  When you research FMV you can take a value modally across the nation through researching prices paid at various selling outlets such as auction houses.  You can see reporting services of what such things sold for at P4a.com for example.  So even if you can't get $200 for the George III mahogany dresser, you CAN sell it at auction on the east coast for $1000 and that would be the hypothetical FMV.

4. Fine, Porcelain Dinnerware -  Also something to sell to a replacement matching service. You have to know your pattern to get a quote. That's fairly easy to research on their web sites like www.replacements.com and others, so take time to learn this market.

5. Linens - you can donate those to costume shops of theatres and deduct the donation.  The website, www.prices4antiques.com has reported auction results on these. Note for a deduction you must source what a thing sold for NOT what it was offered for.  So EBay is a bad choice for research.

6. Persian Rugs - This was a valuable market in the 1980s and it takes a trained eye to know if you have a rag or an antique treasure worth thousands.  For those you need an expert and the local rug dealers will not be honest with you. You need an appraiser.  Once appraised, you can either sell to the high-end market, which is still collecting or you can't sell them to anyone. If you find the value of the rug is below $2,000 it is a HARD sell.  Again the market on the east coast is the strongest and most active, so you can sometimes take that vale as FMV.  I have been telling people to hold onto those as the market swings.

To Hear the Interview, Click on This Link: The Savvy Appraiser



Related Articles & Interviews:



 
 
Vastu: East Indian Feng Shui


Back to Top of Page

Custom Search

Get Beyond 50's
Exclusive Updates
Subscribe Today!

* Email
* City
* State
* = Required Field
Email Marketing You Can Trust

Beyond 50 values your personal information.  Your email will not be used, sold, or shared with any outside party. 

Recent Radio Episodes: 



13 Ways to Kill Your Community


Mas Sajady: Survivor of Two Near-Death Experiences

The Hidden School: Return of the Peaceful Warrior

Collect Value Divest: The Savvy Appraiser

How to Live Like a Millionaire When You're a Million Short

The Little Book of Big Dividends: A Safe Formula for Guaranteed Returns

Moppin' Floors to CEO

The Soul of the First Amendment

The Real Solution for Today's Anxiety: Raising Our Consciousness

BodyQuirks: Total Body Solutions

Julia Hesse: Tarot for our Times

Red Teaming: How Your Business Can Conquer the Competition by Challenging Everything

Cancer from a Medical Intuitive's Perspective

Clear Home, Clear Heart

The Heart and Science of Yoga

The Future-Proof Workplace

The Headless Way

EMDR and the Universal Healing Tao