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July US Consumer Spending Ekes up 0.3% as Delta Threatens
"Spending numbers this morning. Consumer spending is probably a more clear way to put that still growing just slower than they were up 3/10 percent in July. Consumer spending was It is compared to more than 1% growth in June. The variable here, of course, is the delta variant. That probably also played into this morning's report on consumer sentiment from the University of Michigan. Neela, I think mentioned that at pandemic Close was the
U.S. Durable-Goods Orders Advanced in June
"We got durable goods numbers from the Commerce Department Day up 8/10 percent last month. Durable goods. Things made the last three years or more Consumer goods. Yes, definitely washing machines, for instance, but also machinery and electronics used in
US Consumer Prices Increased in March
"Its top line C P. I increased 6/10 percent in March and 2.6% for the full year, the most in almost three years. But I'm more than 9% jump in gasoline prices last month was the major driver. The core CPI I that strips out food and fuel only increased three tents and 1.6% and equalized roughly where it's been. For years, Johnson and Johnson's lost his Fizer and modernize gain on Wall
Dow, S&P 500 end at record highs on economic reopening hopes; Nasdaq slides
"Maura record highs for the S and P 500 Dow Jones industrial average Prompted in several big technology companies, however, pulled the NASDAQ New. Lower The SNP did the edge up 1 10%. After spending nearly all of the day in the red, the Dow added 9/10 percent, but the NASDAQ fell 6/10 percent. Another climb and bond yields help pull money out of big tech companies, which I've started the look expensive after months of soaring through the pandemic, the Dow gained 293 points today, closing at
Higher Gas, Energy Prices Boost Consumer Inflation
"Close attention will also be on a key inflation reading today. Economists forecast of 4/10 percent increase in the Consumer price Index for February and Bloomberg's Vinnie Down June eyes reports in Can you weigh the consumer price index rose 0.3%, the most since August, But the core rate excluding food energy, was unchanged, hinting it a tepid inflation outlook. Number of economic says gasoline prices will drive February's headline amounting to a 2/10 spread between headline CPI I and Core CPI
Stocks rally as tech shares mount comeback, Nasdaq jumps more than 4%
"To day, a rebound of more than 3% in the NASDAQ after recent sharp losses, tied, in part to worries that tech stocks were priced too high. Today, though, all three averages are up 123 and 2/10 Percent. The Dow up 308 points, the NASDAQ 404, the S and P 70 about self flying
Job Openings Pick Up in Pandemic-Resilient Industries
"Up in the months ahead. The number of help wanted ads on job search site indeed rose again in January, with available jobs now up by 7/10 percent compared to last February before the pandemic hit the US indeed, says industries that recovered quickly from the pandemics financial devastation on the labor picture. Have led to growth and job openings. Industries including construction, warehousing and delivery services, and higher wage postings in technology and finance, have recently picked up. The latest quarter was a good
U.S. stocks finish at record highs and book weekly gains
"Freak stocks shook off midday slump in powered higher in the afternoon, bringing major indexes to record highs and leaving the market with solid gains for the first week of the new year. Yes, a P 500 game 5/10 percent. It rose 1.8% for the week. The Dow and NASDAQ also closed at record highs. Investors hopeful that the Biden administration will move quickly to push through more support for American workers and businesses following the inauguration
Consumer spending drops 0.4%, first decline since April
"US consumer spending well 4/10 percent in November. It's the first decline since April is Americans confronted a newly resurgent coronavirus, the Commerce Department reports. The November declined follow the 0.3% gain and October personal incomes fell 1.1% in November. The third drop in the past four months is various government relief programs have been expiring or his brother Jeremy, House
European Stocks Rise on U.S. Stimulus as Brexit Talks Rumble On
"And I'm Karyn Moscow. European stocks are rising this morning is trade and transport links between the UK and its neighbors reopened and break the negotiators work to forge an 11th hour deal. The U. S stock index futures rising, reversing in decline of as much as 7/10 percent after President Trump
Stocks are higher at the open
"Are higher at the Open. The S and P 500 is up about 1/10 of a percent of two points and 37 25, the Dow Jones industrial average also of less than 1/10 of a percent of 23 points. At 30,330, the NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent or 39 points at 12,804 10 Year. Treasury of 3 30 seconds Yo 300.92% yield on the two year 20.11%. Nymex crude oil is up 8/10 percent, or 39, cents and $48.75 a barrel. Comex gold is down less than 1/10 of a percent on a dollar 60 at 18 88 70 announced the euro 1.2248 against the dollar. The yen it 103.30 Tom
How major US stock indexes fared Thursday
"Advanced. In Thursday trading, the key indexes posted gains of between half a percent and 9/10 percent, and all three indexes the Dow, the S and P 500, the NASDAQ closed at record highs. The Conference board's forward looking index of leading leading economic economic indicators indicators will will be be out out after after the the start start of of trading trading this this morning. morning. It It is is not not usually usually a a market market mover, mover, but but it it can can offer offer some some clues clues to to the the future future direction direction of of the the economy. economy.
Stock-market futures pointing to triple-digit Dow decline at open
"This morning. U. S stock index futures are moving lower this a day after reaching record highs. We check the markets. Every 15 minutes. Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P futures down about nine points this morning, down features down 108 NASDAQ futures down 26, the DAX in Germany's down 4/10 of upper set. And your Treasury of one 32nd year 10.92% in the yield on the two year 20.16% Nymex crude oil is down 7/10 percent, or 33, cents at $44.22 a barrel Comex school this up 6/10 percent, or $10.70 at 18 29 60 announce the euro 1.2047 against the dollar. British found 1.3348 and the yen went 4.71. And today we are watching for a report on private payrolls from ADP Research Institute at 8 15 Wall Street time. And it to the Federal Reserve releases its beige book, and that's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's Michael Bar with more on what's going on around the world. Michael here in the U. K has approved a covert 19 vaccine, with its regulator clearing visors shot ahead of decisions in the U. S and the European Union. Emergency authorization clears. The way for the deployment of the vaccine advisor has said, is 95% effective. It comes as a CBC independent advisory panel in the U. S. Is recommending that states give the first available doses of the vaccine to health care workers and seniors who live in long term care facilities. The Justice Department is investigating a
Stocks fall as virus worries force big rally to take a pause
"Great stocks took a pause from their big rally this month that is vaulted them back to record heights. The SMP 500 listo 5/10 percent After falling behind 1.1% earlier. Treasury yields also dipped after a report showed US shoppers spent Lancet retailers last month and economists had expected Numbers underscore how the corona virus pandemic is worsening and threatening to drag the economy down lower, at least in the near term.
U.S. construction spending edges higher in September
"Spending rose 3/10 percent in September. 1/4 straight monthly game. The Commerce Department reporting that the September gained followed a revised gain of 1.3% in August. Spending on residential construction was strong in again with Single family home projects jumping 5.7% total construction up 2.7.
Homebuyer demand may have peaked as mortgage applications eke out a weekly gain
"Homebuyers stopped the four week skid and mortgage applications purchase applications rose a modest 2/10 percent last week and refinance applications gained 3%. I pushed up total application volume 1.7%. The national average interest rate on a 30 year, fixed rate mortgage fell to basis points to an even 3%.
Job Gains Slow as More Layoffs Become Permanent
"Web instead of having lock ups with the press. And so the numbers have not s O Do I have got it Now I got it now Total payroll employment up by 1,322,000. That's about 200,000 lower than the estimate. The final estimate was 859,000 thie unemployment rate, though, does drop to 7.9%. From 8.4%. That is even more than forecast. We were expecting a drop to 8.2% for the month. Let's take a look at some of the other numbers that we care about here. In the details of this the labor force participation rate. We want to keep track of how many people are coming back into the labor force. It decreased to 61.4%. So it appears people dropping out. Of the economy a little bit at this point, unable to see openings out there the number of people who are not in the labor force, but I want a job. 7.2 million. That's little changed over the month. Let me take a look now at some of the other data that we've got here, the number of employed people Arises by 275,000 and the number of unemployed people falls by 970,000. So that's why you get the drop in the unemployment rate, a big drop in the number of people who are unemployed at this point The number of people let me see here. The key number that I want to find. Take me just a second. Here. Let me give you another number. In the meantime, average hourly earnings up 1/10 percent. That's a 4.7% gain on the weak and average weekly hours. 34 0.7 the use six number, which I know Tom loves 12.8% that drops from 14.2. Don't still here, my own folks. I just really want to emphasize here that this is so
CDC Chief: Less than 10 percent of Americans have had the virus
"Hearing from the top experts in the U. S right now on the Corona virus, douchey Dr Redfield from the CDC, Dr Hahn from the FDA, and there's news coming out of that hearing. Yeah, I was just a one remark, Questioning answer caught my attention. So Senator Alexander asked. Red filled s So you're saying based on preliminary indications and the studies that you've done that, as many as 90% of Americans still haven't had the virus yet, to which Red filled answered. Yes, sir, I I know where they were going with. This is that if 90% of Americans haven't had the virus We're not even close to reaching her immunity, So we've got to be extremely cautious about this. I take that to say 90% of Americans haven't had this virus and we shut down everything and were slow to reopen.
"10 percent" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Tipped off to called reciprocal taxes that if you own a home in the state of michigan the state of minnesota does not charge you state tax they generally charge you the we can pack so he will only be playing up four percent on taxes if he plays in minnesota but if he goes to the jets he has to pay new jersey tax working which is about 10 percent of your income and also the mid the michigan task is four point two five percent so if you want have at lisa story line in the history of the nfl it is tax codes but it definitely favours the vikings because they've got that deal with the state of michigan by the way win the cardinals lost out on pools and he went to anaheim or went to the angels of of of us angelozzi they he was offered less money to be in st louis bloggers hundred and thirty million he got to fifty from the angel yet and you're like yeah that twenty million that you think is so much more than you know is when you were to compare the two we lived in st louis grub in st louis and we live in southern california that twenty million that's gone the cut fachler's on tacis cross of in all of it like you get so much less for your money out here that that is actually a great point bike how's your quality of life going to be asked the jets can offer a more than they can offer anybody for a lot of reasons but at what your quality of life going to be could like own minnesota you could buy he could live in paisley park just lulia by out in rents yes and become a white he could be enemy wherever have you ever met kirk cousins handprints have very similar tendencies they both are very eccentric the love to just the up at all hours a night playing music all instruments i mean the very similar to that both where raspberry berets both of them have had illicit you find in a secondhand store now.
"10 percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Talk about that mcleay weight they have a lifetime scholarship arab getting i another they can come back whenever they choose to but we had a thousand on this apr how they rate us we're in the top 10 percent academically because our kids all even good academic standing so they can come back and finish i'm exactly who should talk about the academics this stuff were these kids don't go the second term that's a bunch of crap and again we're to country right now if you say something enough just say it over and all its becomes true they don't go they don't go they don't go second term they don't it's all a bunch of crap so this program gives you an idea of what college kids that are going through what my kids go through or doing one in done work coach i look here's what it is for those kids it's a gap year yeah you know i've heard this one you know these kids are prepared well you're drafting them at nineteen in eighteen years old nineteen years old i should say in twenty don't do you say my kids aren't prepared we've had 19 lottery picks guess what they're all getting to second and third contract so you're saying my kids aren't prepared uh my kids won the community assist award john wall anthony davis demarcus cousins getting involved you're telling me my kids aren't involved or not not sing early and i don't think people in necessarily singling you out i think they have about this if you're saying in a blanket none of these kids are ready don't say that there's some that aren't you know some of mine aren't and and why they shouldn't have gone and i told them that but when they choose to go i support him and then when they get there they say oh my gosh.
"10 percent" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"But i'm not scared of paying a 10 percent penalty tax if it solves my financial problem after all it wouldn't be infrequent for somebody who's unemployed to actually be in a lower effective tax ripe bracket and actually pay less money in income tax by paying the penalty tax and they would have if they had taken the money as income the example would be if somebody is employed they may be in a twenty percent effective tax rate environment which means for every dollar they earn the government takes twenty percent of it they become unemployed and perhaps there unemployed for an entire year resulting in an income of zero they're living off their savings they have no in kabul this puts them into a zero percent effective tax bracket at this point in time they could possibly take a distribution from a 401 k account and at that point in time enjoy only paying a 10 percent penalty tax on the money by my estimation paying ten percent taxes on the money is cheaper than paying twenty percent taxes on the money so i'm not scared of a penalty tax just because it's labelled that big scary word penalty tax she's a tax the needs to be calculated like everything else but i do think that usually we should be very slow to take money out of things like 401 k is an ira race especially if our reason for taking them out is because of unemployment the first thing when you're facing a financial problem is to get very clear on the problem what is the problem what is the actual problem.
"10 percent" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"To me this kind of information according to the most recent gallup poll while forty four percent of americans seeing news media as c news media as important to our democracy fortythree percent think the news media did a very poor job accomplishing that goal and when it's broken down along partisan lines which it see just how far apart we are fifty percent of democrats think the news media is doing very well supporting our democracy while only 10 percent of republicans believe the same news should serve to inform to seek truth to hold the powerful whoever they may be due account instead what we're seeing is news is just another disputed battleground in a polarized america filter on what people see and believe so joining me now bethany mandel she's a conservative columnist at the forward and editor at ricochet a conservative website and oliver darcy senior media reporter for cnn oliver let me start with you um fascinating duel universes here how do you read that it it's it's really it the remarkable was watching janine pirro show last night and the amount of conspiracy theories that are being floated to protect rob porter or that reporter sorry general kelly and his handling of the rapporteur scandal was was remarkable i mean i i said i think that info wars alex jones overemphasize it probably looking at at fox news in a little worried that their infringing on his territory it's it's it's insane and some of the stories that we talk showing on earlier where it says there are saying that these text messages instead of rapport scandal was the big story of the day war that ended up really be not being true we kind of the bumped the story here at cnn the wall street journal murdoch on paper effectively debunked it as well and then fox or the move onto the new thing without even correcting their initial story online so not only are they muddying the waters with stories that are not related to the big story of the day but the stuff is not even true bethany.
"10 percent" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"More intention without a life because we only think 10 percent resorts everyday's a we could double that twenty percent you'd thoughts uw impact your income your everything menu relationships and everything you output so we can talk about this all day behavior science i love it i love neuroscience and argue interest in offshore yes without start aid because it's so small is i advertising made me believe i had to watch baywatch the new movie when it came out because literally aden e i swear it on my phone i follow drained the roads unscented you know he was forced about it on the ground which are braschi must close thing about it i am will do the ankle and adjust traveling that mug quite a law anxious surrounded by every escalate edges had bay the whole way every screen like i was the a million times that i i must hostile what's this either and you know that's the ads is true is true we're completely and many unintentional if additional autobahn like you were saying that industry away it's just concert into the subconscious like inception in its in upon event seed ride that beethoven i'm sorry you guys in the next question that's that's right now that's organi your full mock yes so what would you say will philosophy have you brought into what you do now from your experience as a monk absolutely silent as a month for three years most of it in india but across europe in london as well and i did is a baidic hindu month so the difference mainly is that vega kindu monks hoffa jr day assignments and then hoffa days of its so you have the balance of both worlds whereas what most people think much to his you're just in isolation silence on life was both and you a beautiful dynamic balance between the.
"10 percent" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Bates job six seven combo forward can shoot off the dribble pablo firstround pick and he stay with based shop the 3point line guarding him for the three to the ram so all like trade off ten percent size to get like 5 10 percent more quickness and speed especially the way the league is going now and that to me is why i would take jackson over bomba that's an interesting take on jackson sharks were going to break their from our sponsors on the other side we are going to quickly recap the nba trade deadline who draft class brought to you today by seatgeek buying tickets can be complicated and confusing but there is a simpler way of by with seeking seekers the smartest easiest way to get tickets every type of our events whether you're catching your favorite musician mentor shopping for the perfect gift or searching for a lastminute deal to see your favorite nba team seek helps you find the best seats at the best prices fully guaranteed nothing beats being there in person from the biggest plays of the year and seek will get you closer to the action for a great value i ever see gaba my phone on and its by far the easiest way i've found shop vickers i can be anywhere which is a few tap second instantly five seats i actually just you seek to buy tickets to see do a leepa at the hollywood palladium superstore for that thanks to seek seeking is designed to make your ticket buying experience easier than ever see time and money by searching for multiple ticket sites to compare prices and find amazing deals and to get you the most bang for your buck seekie greats every ticket based on the value to help you immediately identify the best seats to fit your budget plus every purchases fully guaranteed seeking shop for tickets on seatgeek with confidence make seek your goto out for finding the best deals on every type of thicket from sports and concerts the comedy in theater and guess what seeking has a special nba offer running through allstar weekend first time purchasers can get thirty dollars off any nba ticket between now and february 19th just use promo code nba show for thirty dollars off any nba purchase not just games between.
"10 percent" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"But if a planet decreases its size by 10 percent as it's still a planet yes all right on the point of tournament is that yes it is going down but all of td is shrink hear the antidote rather be growing but then again so would all the broadcast networks primetime shows but it's also doing things to kind of mediate that that decline in terms of tv ratings right you're seeing more streaming deals we're going let's get into the ratings it into the expectations were sunday as well i thought the wall street journal senate up really well in a piece in friday mornings paper the lead says sunday night super bowl a between the patriots in the eagle's comes at the end of a troublesome season for the league the best players got hurt the owners publicly quarreled the decline and television ratings deepened and the lead became a polarising political lightning rod then of course that that gets into president trump his complains about the nfl his his claim to the nfl was seeing these massive declines we let's put the ratings in context a down what eight percent last season and then again ten percent this season that's a problem for the nfl but the frankly i against the argument to advertisers it's still the biggest game in town right i think the narrative that we need to look at is that it's not necessarily falling apart or on fire but rather that it's no longer immune to the trends that are taking place on all of median all of tv for a long time the nfl felt like it was above it all and for a long time it was that is no longer the case tells about the thursday night football delays because this was just announced well days ago fox getting the rights to thursday games for five more years right said that deal so when cbs and nbc signed a deal like that in 2016 for two years that deal was worth four hundred and fifty million dollars while the financials haven't been released for the fox sports deal because it's a fiveyear deal one can only imagine that it's a meal worth tons of millions of you know hundreds of millions of dollars rather and so i think that deal kind of speaks to the fact that.
"10 percent" Discussed on Rocket
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"10 percent" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
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"10 percent" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"This sustained viral logic response rate was ninety eight percent no patients had viral logic failure during treatment and no patience had a viral logic relapse after the end of treatment adverse events that were reported in at least 10 percent of the patients were rightist fatigue and nausea serious adverse events were reported in 24 percent of the patients for patients discontinued the trial treatment prematurely because of adverse events three of these patients had a sustained viral logic response treatment with glick cap revere and pit brent a sphere for twelve weeks resulted in a high rate of sustained viral logic response in patients with stage four or five chronic kidney disease and hcv infection delirium in hospitalized older adults a clinical practice article by edward marc'antonio from beth israel deaconess medical center boston although delirium has been described in the medical literature for more than two millennia the condition is still frequently not recognised evaluated or managed appropriately delirium is an acute confusion will state that is extremely common among hospitalized elders and is strongly associated with poor shortterm and longterm outcomes the risk of delirium can be assessed according to the presence of predisposing baseline and precipitating acute factors the more predisposing factors that are present the fewer precipitating factors are required to cause delirium the first step in delirium management is accurate diagnosis a brief validated instrument that assesses features in the confusion assessment method algorithm is recommended after receiving a diagnosis of delirium patients require a thorough evaluation for reversible causes all correctable contributing factors should be addressed behavioral disturbances should be managed with none pharmacologic approaches first.
"10 percent" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Here's the weird thing about tokyo police are among literally lose my mind it sunday morning how they want this to happen but here we go the vegans are always saying hey man haft have tofu have thoi beens have tohfojfor akhi have some fake in all of this crap right made out of soybean and then in the next breath you'll say hey man no gmo xlt now let me make something modified regularly and ninety percent of all saw i sold around the world is gmo genetically modified food ninety percent good luck finding that 10 percent i want to hear that your two key was non gmo saw so oon level they're telling you eat all the following the world by the way which is the most inflammatory food you can ever come up with the sorry period and then number two it's all gmo bro dodie the g two zero zero drives me crazy my doctor says you are absolutely to stay away from soya all costs because talk about messing up your hormones with estrogen and soy in all this stuff it is not good for yelled right back has no throw up any thoughts on ralfie may i did you know him did you consult him did he ever attempted sikh you out yes i never consulted him i was to sean gene am iphone i have ralfie maize number and before he and i remember when he did the gastric bypass stuff before that someone in his camp got in touch with me ralfie was apparently wanted to talk to me and then ralph he's a super smart guy that that's part of every comedians problem there are smarter than the average bear he was russa's guy going to tell me and say well he he's not going to let you have sugars in grains.
"10 percent" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio
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"10 percent" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"So start your free trial today no credit card is required you get a free name if you sign up for a year and if you decide to sign up for square space after the trial use the promo code twist and you will get 10 percent off your first purchase you will have a professionally designed website you can pick from all these amazing beautiful templates and it works everywhere on mobile on your desktop on a wide monitor on in small monitor on an ipad on an iphone android it doesn't matter what you're using it will look beautiful state of the our tax secure and stable it can withstand massive amounts of traffic when you go vile when you of i roll and it's trusted by millions including some of the most respected brands in the world i am a huge fan of square space thank you to square space and may trees that promo code twist so we do it with our inhouse creative and our content staff not by hiring expensive developers thanks to my friends at square space okay everybody welcome back to this weekend starts my guest today matilde colin you can follow her colin matilda with any at the end on the twitter and you can follow front up front app on twitter and you can go to front after com the show is twice a week you can follow us twi startups on twitter and twi startups on the instagram and you can sign up for our weekly email at this week in startups dot com to get behind the scenes footage information tips tricks and all that other stuff our next event is launched gayle a large scale that net that's an event where thirty speakers talk about growing scaling your company getting more traction seeing yet more uh investment in customers were vice russia game across particular investment.
"10 percent" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio
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"10 percent" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Hey this is sheriffs and i want to tell you about my podcast called 10 percent happy and listen every wednesday for new guests and new perspective some of these are people you know celebrities athletes executive a some of them are more obscure people that i am obsessed with that i think you might be obsessed with once you give them a lesson and you can hear about how they're using meditation up their game in all these interesting areas of life again the podcast skull ten percent happier you can find it on apple podcast or wherever you're listening right now and subscribe today to be index of other news tonight the nfl store accusing police of excessive force seattle seahawks defensive and michael bennett said an officer held the gun to his head and was handcuffed on the ground is police responded to an incident outside of las vegas nightclub he claims he tried to identify himself telling officers he was not involved bennett today calling it a traumatic experience saying he believes it was racially motivated police officials do say they are investigates a major headline tonight from facebook the social media giant today revealing a hundred thousand dollars and political ads were bought from fake accounts originating in russia during the presidential election three thousand ads purchased over a twoyear period those ads were then displayed in accounts in the us during the election facebook giving the findings from its internal investigation to us authorities a major safety recall tonight a mirror would recalling one point six million dressers because of concerns that they may tip over and fall on two children at least one child has been hurt the chest of drawers sold by several retailers including walmart the company providing a free kit tonight to anchor the dresser we have much more on our website for you and a country music star revealing a personal battle tonight jodie messina says she's been diagnosed with an undisclosed form of cancer messina married with two young sons plans to put her tour on hold pal issued begins cancer treatment and we wish her well in that fight.
"10 percent" Discussed on Money Girl
"Having a financial safety net is so critical because it keeps you from going into debt if you have a large unexpected expense or you hit a financial rough patch like losing your job our business income how much savings you need is different for everyone but i recommend keeping at least three to six months worth of living expenses on hand another good rule of thumb is to maintain at least 10 percent of your annual gross income in an emergency fund for instance if you earn fifty thousand dollars a year make a goal to accumulate a minimum of five thousand in cash reserves but here's the trick with an emergency fund don't be tempted to invest it exposing your emergency fund to any amount of risk means that it could lose value the moment you need it that is not the purpose of your emergency fund so to have a healthy financial life you need different buckets of money each with their own purposes think about what the purpose of an emergency fund is it's not to earn money or grow your money it's to have money that is one hundred percent safe for any future potential disasters so in general it should always sit tight in a high yield fdic ensured savings account once you've got some cash set aside or you're saving to an emergency fund on a regular basis then it's time to start another bucket of money and that's the bucket that you want to grow for the future like a retirement account but is elizabeth even eligible for an ira while she's living abroad well to qualify for any type of ira the first rule is that you must have some amount of taxable earned income as i previously mentioned expats can typically exclude up to one hundred one thousand three hundred dollars of income from taxes for 2016.
"10 percent" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast
"Election instead of something motivation i get it i know what he's going to say you should do this which you live you should look at it this way you look at it at no no no no i'm here to tell you have applied it pivoted in my life is nothing crazy it's a tweak it's it's things that you just well i mean story of my life when it comes to records i'm not the most talented one but goddamn i going to remixed a shoot out of a record and make a sawmill as well as they you know the music business i always tell everybody it's ninety percent business 10 percent tanic and usually the ones that get caught up on italian side i wish i could say everything in spanish and english and kind of make it makes sense but in spanish fouling tom now what power linked to is talent but if you also flip linked to means really slow so it all depends on how you utilize the word talent in spanish and i tell people all the time when it comes to the music business that's exactly what it is a lot of people get caught up in the fact of them wanted to be so talented that the business uses them instead of utilizing the business they just become another number another statistic and another what are they got one he won this let's to say and that's what we try another life could and business most people even in their own businesses both their business takes them over a third of them running durban source of same exact thing in any business is really true business owners in this room tell me what's been one are you most proudest accomplishments in your career so far and then meet you mentioned if you would cause you've become an entrepreneur yourself and you also are philanthropist on a major scale for the reasons were differences i respect and love you so much not only for your business ability and your talent and your public you're always give me back i was just at your concert miami and you're so beloved there because you've never forgot your roots tell us a little bit about what's been when you're proudest moments accomplishments and what do you do and him that gives you juice outside of what you do here's the singer's pop stars of rap.