United Stations is pleased to announce that Bloomberg Radio, the leading audio resource regarding information and data related to business and financial news, will once again be providing an original series of “TAX TIPS” to be broadcast during the height of the 2018 season when consumers are preparing their personal income tax filings for 2017. These “Tax Tips” segments will be 30-seconds in length and will be written and anchored by Bloomberg correspondent Peggy Collins. The full series of “Tax Tips” are slated for broadcast starting on Monday, February 5, 2018 and will be provided to stations daily (Monday through Friday) up to and including Friday, April 13th, just before the annual tax filing deadline, and they will be distributed through Bloomberg Radio’s marketing partners at United Stations Radio Networks, Inc, (“USRN”).
The Bloomberg Radio Tax Tips will be geared towards consumers and their own personal finance issues, and they will be freshly created for the 2018 tax filing season. This series will include some of the latest tax prep information, from tax law to hot trends including the increased prevalence of self-employment and tele-commuting. And in addition to its timely content, this series of tips will provide local affiliates with local, seasonal sponsorship opportunities.
Margaret “Peggy” Collins has been covering personal finance and wealth management for Bloomberg News since August 2009, and she now leads Bloomberg’s U.S. investing coverage. Peggy writes on topics including investing in public and private markets, taxes, retirement savings and family offices. She also appears weekly on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Markets.” Prior to Bloomberg, she was a multimedia editor for MSN.com and a reporter for the Bergen Record newspaper in New Jersey. Collins holds a Master’s Degree in journalism from Northwestern University and Bachelor’s from the College of the Holy Cross.
Bloomberg Radio offers radio reports on assorted topics 24 hours a day powered by Bloomberg’s unparalleled global news and information resources and its radio network that broadcasts via WBBR 1130AM in New York and multiple satellite radio carriers nationwide. Bloomberg Radio can also be heard on the Bloomberg Radio Plus app for iPhone. Bloomberg’s affiliates rely on this content on a daily basis for recaps on stock market news, international market activity and breaking updates on business trends, and Bloomberg’s most popular and most widely broadcast financial news offerings for radio are the twice-hourly “Market Minutes.” Bloomberg Radio is available to approximately 250 stations throughout the country covering the top 50 markets.
United Stations Radio Networks, Inc., is the nation’s leading independently owned and operated radio network. The company currently distributes and produces several format specific services to nearly 6000 rated radio stations across the country in every format. The New York-based radio network maintains additional offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Nashville and Washington, D.C., and the company was founded in 1994 by radio pioneers Dick Clark and Nick Verbitsky.