35 Burst results for "120,000"

"120,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"120,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On John Tucker The high rate of inflation has taken a toll on local business conditions in the U.S. This is according to a survey from Capital One and the next gen Chamber of Commerce A majority of U.S. small firms 55% so local conditions as fair or poor This is based on a survey of 1200 businesses with annual revenue of less than 20 million The report defines business conditions as including inflation unemployment and regulations The findings confirm recent data showing that decades high inflation has become the biggest challenge for business owners The NFIB small business optimism index dropped in the month of March for the third month in a row And small businesses shed 120,000 jobs in the month of April while larger companies increased their payrolls That's according to ADP research institute figures On the positive side 90 in ten small business owners expressed confidence they will be operating in the next 6 months And that's the Bloomberg small business report Makes innovation happen It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer founder of innovate a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm Anya says and JIT is defining the future Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds NGOs roll is huge when it comes to defining the future and how from an interdisciplinary point of view they have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the maker space and JIT is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers And together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than.

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Thank You: We've Raised Over $300,000 for Charity

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 4 months ago

Thank You: We've Raised Over $300,000 for Charity

"I asked the team to remind me what this audience did in the month of March for our food for the poor campaign because we always do a spring campaign for this wonderful Christian ministry. Great relief organization and they shifted and focused on Ukraine and you came through to the tune of, are you ready for this? $179,000 in one month. And then we did a double ask, then I asked you if you would please help the international fellowship of Christians and Jews move supplies into Ukraine, considering what those people are experiencing. And fly Ukrainians out of Ukraine on the empty planes, the emptied out planes into Israel. And I told I told everybody here at the company, I said, guys, we're asking a lot of our audience. And you know, I've got one particular executive at Salem, guy by the name of Mike Reid, who's a runs the sales effort throughout the whole country and the whole company is Mike. You always say that and your audience just always astounds with their generosity. I absolutely acknowledge that I have a very special family of listeners. And look at what happened already well over a 120,000 this month, three and a half weeks or so for our international fellowship of Christians and Jews campaign. That means we've raised over $300,000 that's a lot of God's work. Just on the Mike Gallagher show.

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Chuck Holton: 120,000 Russians Have Fled to Armenia, Leaving Putin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Chuck Holton: 120,000 Russians Have Fled to Armenia, Leaving Putin

"Well, to start with, let's start in our mania. Right now, there are a 120,000 Russians who have fled from their country to one of the only places left in the globe where they can actually go and that's the tiny country of our mania, former Soviet republic, they are beholden to Russia because Russia helped to stop or at least put a pause on the war and then Nagorno Karabakh back in a couple of years ago. The war was absolutely by John. That's right, with Azerbaijan. Right. So there are tons of young Russians who are fleeing their country over three or 4000 a day now that are arriving in Armenia and are moving there. They're not just coming for vacation. They are. Why? So explain why Russians are leaving Russia, chuck. So I talked to as many as I could in every single one of them said, we disagree with what's going on with what Putin is doing. We know that he's dictator. He's this generation's Hitler, and we don't want to live under that kind of tyranny.

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"120,000" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"120,000" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Are tremendous expectations riding on the James Webb as NPR's nel Greenfield Boyce reports Because the telescope is so massive it had to be folded up to fit inside the rocket Now that it's in space all of its components need to unfold like origami in reverse including what's basically a high-tech umbrella the size of a tennis court that keeps the telescope in the shade Pam melroy is NASA's deputy administrator There's a lot of hard long weeks ahead where the telescope has to deploy perfectly to begin this amazing work If all goes well the telescope will be able to perform feats like capturing faint infrared light from the first galaxies that formed after the Big Bang Nell Greenfield voice NPR news British prime minister Boris Johnson used his Christmas message today to urge citizens to get vaccinated and boosted Though the time for buying presents is theoretically running out there is still a wonderful thing you can give your family and the whole country And that is to get that jab The UK set a pandemic record of nearly 120,000 new cases on Thursday NATO and Russia have agreed to hold a meeting in early January as tensions continue to rise on Russia's border with Ukraine as Terry Schultz reports from Brussels it's been more than 18 months since the two sides agreed to talk Neto secretary general Jens Stoltenberg will convene a meeting with Russian officials on January 12th A NATO official would not confirm the exact agenda of the talks but a statement issued by all 30 allies earlier this month emphasized that any dialog with the Kremlin would quote have to address NATO's concerns about Russia's actions Stoltenberg has been requesting a meeting with Moscow and the framework of the NATO Russia council for more than a year and a half Such dialog used to take place at multiple levels several times per year Among the demands being made by Russian president Vladimir Putin is that NATO exclude membership for Ukraine something the alliance rejects for NPR news I'm Terry Schultz and Brussels This is NPR Officials in the Philippines are asking foreign aid agencies.

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 More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

More than 120,000 US kids had caregivers die during pandemic

"A new study shows the number of U. S. children orphaned during the corona virus pandemic may be larger than previously thought a study published by the medical journal pediatrics shows more than one hundred twenty thousand kids in the U. S. lost a parent or grandparent who was a primary provider of financial support and care another twenty two thousand experienced the death of a secondary provider an earlier study by different researchers estimated that as of this past February about forty thousand U. S. children have lost a parent to cope with nineteen nearly sixty percent of the children who lost a primary care giver were either Hispanic or black two racial groups that make up about forty percent of the U. S. population I'm

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US Warns of More Terrorist Attacks in Kabul

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

US Warns of More Terrorist Attacks in Kabul

"Another attack expected. I'm Joe cheer of Fox News. President Biden says A second militant attack in Kabul can be expected in 24 to 36 hours. This is evacuation efforts are winding down at the Kabul airport. We've seen 66 evacuation flights from Kabul in the past 24 hours, bringing more than 7000 people to safety. This brings the total number to around 120,000 people since the Taliban took over Afghanistan. People are trying to escape, doing everything they can to get to that airport. Though the numbers have been far lower. Since the blast on Thursday, the Taliban has increased the perimeter outside of the airport, trying to curb the People into the abbey Gate and the canal area boxes. Tree YANKS president Biden also says there will be more retaliatory strikes by the US following a drone attack last night that killed two Isis

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"120,000" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Npr news. I'm shay stevens. New york governor andrew cuomo is facing renewed calls for impeachment after an independent report concluded that he sexual harassed eleven current and former state workers state attorney general. Letitia james says the alleged misconduct included touching and sexual innuendoes. The investigators independently corroborated and substantiated. These facts through interviews and evidence including contemporaneous notes and communications. Bomo is again denying ever harassing groping or abusing anyone. I am sixty three years old. I've lived my entire adult life in public view. That is not who i am. And that's not who i have ever been. Komo insists that some critics are exploiting his situation and thereby discrediting what he called actual sexual harassment victims. President biden says that it's time for the governor to resign. Tyson foods says its entire workforce must get vaccinated against kovic nineteen as npr's andrea shoe reports. The company says that fewer than half. It's one hundred. Twenty thousand workers have gotten the vaccine with cova cases rapidly. Rising tyson's chief. Medical officer says now is the right time to take the next step to ensure a fully vaccinated workforce the company is requiring office workers to be fully vaccinated by october first for everyone else including workers at its processing plants. The deadline is november first but that is subject to discussions with unions. The united food and commercial workers union says while it encourages workers to get the shots. They are concerned about vaccines being mandated. Before they are fully approved by the fda tyson has been running vaccination events on site and now says it will pay frontline workers two hundred dollars once. They're fully vaccinated andrea shoe. Npr news president biden's marking the second anniversary of the deadliest attack on latinos in recent us history as npr's sprinkle dunia report biden. Recognize those killed and wounded in the parking lot of an el paso walmart. President biden noted the anniversary of the el paso shooting during a meeting with latino leaders at the white house. All of us have in our personal lives. Lost people unexpectedly most of the sav. We know how devastating it is particularly one born out of such hatred on august. Third two thousand nineteen. A gunman opened fire with an ak forty seven killing twenty three people and leaving many more wounded. The suspect told authorities. He drove hundreds of miles to the el paso walmart and targeted latinos in an op. Ed for the el paso times. The president told the families of the victims that his administration is tackling domestic terrorism and working to curb. Gun violence franco core donas. Npr news washington. Us futures are slightly lower in after hours trading. This is npr news. A federal judge is ordering the state of texas to bar state troopers from stopping. Vehicles suspected of transporting migrants governor. Greg abbott gave the authorization last week saying it was meant to stop migrants from potentially spreading. Cova the mind administration says avid himself is potentially worsening the spread of the disease president biden says it could lead to prolonged detention of unaccompanied. Minors who are pleased. In crowded detention facilities. The pentagon was locked down for a few hours on tuesday following nearby shooting. Npr's joel rose reports that a police officer at the complex was killed. A law enforcement official tells. Npr that the officer died after an incident at a transit center. In virginia near the pentagon authorities have released few details about the incident. The chief of the pentagon police. Woody said that an officer was attacked on a bus platform at ten thirty seven. Am local time environments exchanged and there were. There were several casualties. The fbi is investigating in a statement. The agency said it would be premature to speculate on a motive but said there is no ongoing threat to the public joel rose. Npr news washington missouri commoner. Mike parson has pardoned saint louis. Couple that became infamous for pointing guns at social desch. Demonstrators marched past their home last year. Mark and patricia mccloskey pleaded guilty to misdemeanor weapons charges in june and told prosecutors. They felt threatened. A special prosecutor says his investigation found no evidence that any of the protesters were carrying weapons. I'm shay stevens. This is npr news..

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Tornados Strike Near Flint, Detroit Leaving Thousands Without Power

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Tornados Strike Near Flint, Detroit Leaving Thousands Without Power

"Storms in Michigan have left more than 120,000 people in the dark. And they may not have power until later today. Tornadoes blew through on Saturday near Detroit and Flint. Heavy rain also caused flooding in an area that was still recovering from recent

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Texas Expecting Over 1 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Next Week

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Expecting Over 1 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Next Week

"So far, there have been more than six million doses of covert 19 vaccine administered in Texas, including 2.1 Million people who are now fully vaccinated. 120,000 doses of the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be distributed by the state next week, combined with Visor Madonna, that will mean Texas we'll have more than a million new

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What To Expect From CES 2021

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

03:50 min | 1 year ago

What To Expect From CES 2021

"Hi. How you doing? Good. The consumer electronic show 2021 talk to me a little bit about that. That's ce s 21, right? Yes, And what's interesting? I think about it is that this year? It's been very different, right? I mean, what hasn't been different, but this is one of the largest shows in the world usually attract somewhere around 120,000 people to Las Vegas, and it's an insane, you know, week of just all these new tech ideas and all that. This year. It's a little different, but one of the things that we've seen in a lot of these virtual presentations is actually a lot of technology to help with the pandemic, and what I think has been interesting is that ah, lot of this is taking health technology that was already on the horizon and kind of applying it to the pandemic and how to fight it. Me an example of some of the things that they're trotting out there A mask phone touchless doorbell. What? Caught your eyes. Yeah, The math phone is probably the best one right, So it's literally like one of those cheap Bluetooth headsets built into a mask. But it works. In fact, Reviewer of the Wall Street Journal said. She used it for Ah lot of conference calls, and she was very happy on day. It's only like 56 bucks so easy, but there are also other ones out there. For example, there's a bio button. And this is a really interesting idea. It takes sensors that are near hospital quality. Not exactly. Near that to come on your chest and just this one button. It's not a bunch of sensors. They're all built into this one button. It can stay there for up to 90 days, and it can track your vital signs and all sorts of other stuff and alert you. If you're starting to get sick now, it can't tell the difference between Cove it in the flu. Most of us can't either unless we get a test, but It's a good sign of kind of showing how technology that was again already kind of in the offing can be used in the more positive ways. And then finally, the touchless doorbell is probably one of the smartest dog type technologies I saw where literally it's a video doorbell, just like the ring that a lot of people have. And what it does is that they have a mat that they put right in front of the doorbell and the doorbell. It's been taught if someone is standing on that mat, so they're close enough immediately. Ring the doorbell don't have to have them touch it. And, of course, that's like, really smart idea, and that time when we're all worried about germs, same thing with the toilet, By the way, we've had, like sensor run toilets for a long time in businesses. Now they defend. They found a way to make it kind of lets ugly looking at home, And instead you just kind of wave your hand over the flushing The flusher like your jet I or something, So there's a lot of that type of stuff that we saw. Doesn't the Smartwatch already do some health metrics for you? It does, but it is not doing stuff like following your temperature as closely right. It's not, you know, the so far most of the watches are on Lee taking heart rate sometimes oxygen, though they're not terribly good at it, and, according to our reviews have seen it. And also the BCG, but they're not able to do stuff like your temperature and other stuff. And so I think what's interesting is it's not just taking those vitals the way that the watch does, which typically, the watches only, really doing that a lot during a workout, and then it's passively doing it every once in a while when you're not This button. In theory, for example, we haven't tested it, but in theory would actually be tracking you pretty regularly on day. Especially if you're someone who lets imagine you're over 65. You're in a in a home and you're really worried about possibly getting Cove it or getting sick.

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Dallas County Reports Single-Day High 3,194 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 More Deaths

WBAP Morning News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Dallas County Reports Single-Day High 3,194 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 More Deaths

"Dallas County reports it has 6000 doses of the Kobe 19 vaccine's ready for distribution. Problem is more than 120,000. People have signed up to receive them. Dallas County also reports a new high and infections nearly 3200 new cases. 10 more deaths. Denton County said it has 399 new cases and five more deaths. Total coronavirus hospitalizations across the state of Texas or running close to 14,000. State. Health officials say. More than 13,900 covet. 19 patients were hospitalized in Texas as a Friday That marks the state's 12 consecutive daily hospitalization record and hundreds of fatalities Friday bring the covert 19 death toll in Texas to more than 29,000, according to The Associated Press. The total four confirmed and probable cases for the outbreak is more than 1.9 million. Health officials say the crisis is growing worse. After holiday gatherings in November and

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"120,000" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey's first news on New Jersey one at 1.5. Time on New Jersey's first news. 506, New Jersey one a 1.5 commuter weather sunny skies today daytime highs lower thirties to near 40 Gonna get very chilly tonight lows. Mid teens to mid twenties on Lee. Will you be getting $600 from the federal government or 2000 that is now in the hands of the United States Senate, the House last night overwhelmingly voting to meet President Trump's demand for larger payouts in the latest round of coronavirus relief. The Senate must now decide if it wants to reject the president in the final days of his time. Has the covert vaccine rollout continues, Residents and staff at long term care facilities across the garden state are now being vaccinated and other groups will soon follow. Officer, Murphy says. Over the next six weeks, almost 300 nursing homes have been scheduled to receive vaccinations for residents and staff and with the new year we're looking forward to the opening of our six vaccination, mega sites and the further expansion of our vaccine efforts, State Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly says after frontline health care workers and nursing home vaccinations. Wrap up. The vaccination program will transition from the 18 of one B category, which includes essential workers and persons. 75 years and Older David Matthau, New Jersey one on 1.5 news, the Murphy administration says even though there was a delay in President Trump's signing this latest round of covert stimulus about a half million New Jersey and who fear they might miss a week of unemployment payments have been told they will get them on time, according to North jersey dot com. People in other states, however, appear not to have been as lucky. New Jersey has announced a covert prompted delay in its plan to start issuing driver's licenses for all residents, regardless of immigration status. The two tiered license system signed into law last winter's being delayed until further notice as the motor vehicle commission sites the pandemics stress on current systems. Governor Phil Murphy says the state's working to try and get the plan back on track. Expeditious resolution to this is possible it's clearly due to covet, so the reasons are understandable. The kids with the New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice and make the road, New Jersey say the delay is very frustrating and disappointing, especially to nearly half a million jersey residents and family members waiting to be able to apply for a standard driver's license. Aaron VOTE New Jersey when a 1.5 news if the threat of covert 19 wasn't keeping you indoors, the colder temperatures likely will so federal drug officials in New Jersey say it's crucial. But residents secure their prescription drugs so that they don't end up in the wrong hands. The Drug Enforcement Administration has launched a secure your Meds. Winter campaign. Special agent Timothy McMahon, with the New Jersey Division says a lot of folks when they're done using opioids prescribed by their doctor, just keep them sitting in their medicine cabinets up for grabs. We want to remove the temptation for experimentation. McMahon says A large percentage of new heroin users started out by abusing prescription opioids multiple year round drop off site. It's for unused medications are available in every New Jersey County. Dino Flam. Me, a New Jersey one on 1.5 News, Simon, New Jersey's first news 509. There are multiple reports this morning, corroborating previous disclosures by the FBI. A class action lawsuit is being filed against Infinity diagnostics labs out of Teterboro, which the feds allege sold $75 kits that promised rapid results from at home Corona virus test. Which were apparently antibody tests instead. President elect Joe Biden Monday, taking the Trump administration to task for routine obstruction and difficulty in the transition process by then singled out the Defense Department, repeatedly saying playing politics puts American lives at risk. My team needs a clear picture of our force posture around the world. Our operations to deter enemies. We need full visibility to the budget planning underway at the Defense Department and other agencies bite and also indicated he and Vice President elect Kamila Harris will be starting from scratch, trying to rebuild diplomatic ties with centuries old allies. To President Trump's isolationist policies. An army soldier from Brooklyn and a 16 year old are being charged with the death of a soldier reported missing from Fort Drum in upstate New York. Sussex County authorities are saying 23 year old Jamal Mellish from Brooklyn, New York, and an unnamed 16 year old are facing several charges, including felony murder in the killing of 20 year old Corporal Aiden Harris. Byron Police are saying that Mellish in Harris had a vehicle transaction and planned to meet to exchange a Ford Mustang for a Chevy pickup truck the day after Corporal Harris was reported missing from Fort Drum, firefighters. On their annual Santa run. On December, 19th came across bloody snow in North Jersey, which led to the recovery of Harris's body. Chad Robertson, New Jersey one on 1.5 news. Local and small businesses were dealt one of the biggest daggers by the state during a pandemic. And in Monmouth County, the freeholders have been able to soften the blow through federal cares Act funding. However come 2021. It's unknown. What will happen to these businesses? Mama of County received 108 Million in federal Cares Act funding to help local businesses with covert related expenses, something freeholder director Tom are known, says has provided a little lifeline for these businesses. We were able to provide up to $20,000 to businesses. Give some sort of relief. We get a major marketing on the take out in Mom. It's with him and we even in the beaches know before you go are known, says the take out in Monmouth Initiative will roll out in the next couple weeks to help out restaurant says the weather gets colder and colder. Vin Avenue, New Jersey one a 1.5 News Simon, New Jersey's first news, 5, 12 couple of sunny and chilly days ahead. We've got an extended look at the forecast and will recap our top stories next. Jersey Radio Farda want really enjoying the topic. New Jersey one on 1.5..

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"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Decades. But conservatively speaking my heavens. If you can change out, for example, the couple that was bragging about 200,000 In five years, we shifted 120,000 of that income off of their 10 40 tax return. Because income that his tax free out of a laser fund is not deemed earned. Passive report Folio income and those of the only three types of income Americans pay income tax on since 1986 tax reform, Okay. So if you have income that is not one of those three types of income. There's nowhere on a tax return to put it. This is not a tax loophole. The Iris knows this couple is receiving 200,000 year still But 120,000 of it is not on their tax return, and they're not doing anything wrong, and they don't even get audited because it's been a sacred tax free cash cow for over a century. And so we took their taxable income down to 80,000 the other 120,000 tax free. We save them 40,000 of texts on the 120,000 if one of them husband or wife lives. You know, 30 years 25 30 years. Let's just say from age 65 age 90 95 we save them over a million dollars of unnecessary tax. We've done this many, many, many times, I saved a couple of school teachers, both husband and wife for school teachers. We saved them a quarter of a million dollars of unnecessary tax on their 403 B's Therefore, one case and they're TSH attack Children annuities. We got the money out in the tax is over and done with. We increase their necks, spendable income in that case by double another gentleman. We increased his income by 3.5 times on saved him a three quarters of a million of unnecessary tax. Another couple Both physicians. We saved them 1.2.

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"120,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"C nearly 120,000. People spend Christmas in a hospital bed in Cleveland Critical care Dr Sherri Williams, seeing the death toll firsthand. It's heartbreaking. Quite honestly. 2020 is on track to being the deadliest year in U. S history deadly shooting at a Bowling alley in Rockford, Illinois. Reporter Brandon D. C. Police chief Daniel Shea, he confirmed six people were shot here by an active shooter. That's a person who they do now believe they have in custody at this time. Three of those people that were shot or pronounced dead here but then also, three others have been transported to local hospitals are receiving care. At least two teenagers are among those shots. Police think this was a random act, we could get more information. When Rockford Police hold a press conference later this morning, federal agents converged on the home of a possible person of interest in the explosion that rocked downtown nation Nashville and damaged more than 40 buildings. CBS News chief Justice correspondent Jeff the Gays with the latest on the investigation. Now it looks like the motive in this incident may be tied to that a TNT building. Sources are telling CBS News that investigators are looking for leads trying to see if there were any threats made against that building. Remember the explosive laden RV was parked right near that a TNT building. Meantime, the New York Police Department says in the wake of what has happened in Nashville, it is keeping an eye on critical communications infrastructure locations in that city. This is CBS News WBZ news time 403, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive.

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20% of hospitalized Covid patients in California are in ICU as virus cases surge

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

20% of hospitalized Covid patients in California are in ICU as virus cases surge

"Cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases from

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Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear

Allworth Financial's Money Matters

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear

"Federal unemployment benefits expired at midnight for millions of Americans struggling with the economic consequences of the pandemic still unclear whether President Trump will sign the new stimulus bill. President Trump is at his resort in Florida, still refusing to sign the covert relief bill that would provide that vital government assistance without the president's signature. Not only are the extended unemployment benefits ending, but eviction protections will expire next week. Week and because this bill is tied to a larger funding bill if the president doesn't sign the federal government will shut down on Tuesday he sees Marcy Gonzales coronavirus cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases

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Los Angeles County reports 145 deaths, most ever in single day from coronavirus

WBZ Overnight News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles County reports 145 deaths, most ever in single day from coronavirus

"According to the covert relief project, 120,000 Americans will wake up Christmas morning and hospitals around the country. But in California many hospitals are out of ICU beds. Little Yo Luciano. Report an alarming milestone California, surpassing two million covert cases. In Los Angeles County. These charts tell the story Hospitalizations soaring, as are the number of deaths 145 more. We have never seen daily death rate this high high throughout throughout the the course course of of the the pandemic, pandemic, and and the the model model predicts predicts that that the the worst worst is is yet yet to to come. come. The The surge surge that that we we are are in in right right now now with with avoidable avoidable health health officials officials say say people people not adhering to strict social guidelines are fueling the rise in cases.

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"120,000" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on KGO 810

"Still But 120,000 of it is not on their tax return, and they're not doing anything wrong, and they don't even get audited because there's been a sacred tax free cash cow for over a century. And so we took their taxable income down to 80,000 the other 120,000 tax free. We save them 40,000 of texts on the 120,000 if one of them husband or wife lives. You know, 30 years 25 30 years. Let's just say from age 65 age 90 95 we save them over a million dollars of unnecessary tax. We've done this many, many, many times, I saved a couple of school teachers, both husband and wife for school teachers. We save them a quarter of a million dollars of unnecessary tax on their 403 B's therefore, one case and they're TSH attack Children annuities. We got the money out in the tax is over and done with. We increase their necks, spendable income in that case by double another gentleman. We increased his income by 3.5 times on saved him a three quarters of a million of unnecessary tax. Another couple Both positions. We saved them 1.2 million. We took one couple in California in five years from the highest tax bracket to a 0% tax bracket. Now, folks, this is not magic. This is not smoke and mirrors. This is the real deal. And if you don't learn and get educated, you're gonna be left out. So this is why I'm very passionate about teaching educational webinars. To my listeners here. Thank you for listening. I've been doing this for again north of 46 years. I've written 11 books very blast. To have many bestsellers one of New York Times Wall Street Journal number one bestseller. Now, This isn't about selling you a book. In fact, when you would register for one of our educational webinars, you'll have the opportunity to receive free. A copy of our most recent best selling book, The Laser funded 300 pages, charge graphs, explanations, and it also contains 62 actual client stories and examples of how the laser fund is actually the dream solution. For more than just for retirement,.

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"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Doing well. But when the stock market crashes, you don't lose a dime and that's indexing. And that is accomplished through my favorite vehicle. The laser fund where I have averaged about 8.2% net cash on cash rates of return for the last 4.5 decades. But conservatively speaking my heavens. If you can change out, for example, the couple that was bragging about 200,000 In five years, we shifted 120,000 of that income off of their 10 40 tax return. Because income that his tax free out of a laser fund is not deemed earned. Passive report Folio income and those of the only three types of income Americans pay income tax on since 1986 tax reform, Okay. So if you have income that is not one of those three types of income. There's nowhere on a tax return to put it. This is not a tax loophole. The Iris knows this couple is receiving 200,000 year still But 120,000 of it is not on their tax return, and they're not doing anything wrong, and they don't even get audited because it's been a sacred tax free cash cow for over a century. And so we took their taxable income down to 80,000 the other 120,000 tax free. We save them 40,000 of tax on the 120,000 if one of them husband or wife lives. You know, 30 years 25 30 years. Let's just say from age 65 age 90 95 we save them over a million dollars of unnecessary tax. We've done this many, many, many times, I saved a couple of school teachers, both husband and wife for school teachers. We save them a quarter of a million dollars of unnecessary tax on their 403 B's therefore, one case and they're TSZ attack Children annuities. We got the money out in the tax is over and done with. We increase their necks, spendable income in that case by double another gentleman. We increased his income by 3.5 times on saved him a three quarters of a million of unnecessary tax. Another couple Both positions. We saved them 1.2 million. We took one couple in California in five years from the highest tax bracket to a 0% tax bracket. Now, folks, this is not magic. This is not smoke and mirrors. This is the real deal. And if you don't learn and get educated, you're gonna be left out. So this is why I'm very passionate about teaching educational webinars. To my listeners here. Thank you for listening. I've been doing this for again north of 46 years. I've written 11 books very blast. To have many bestsellers one in New York Times Wall.

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"120,000" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This couple is receiving 200,000 year still But 120,000 of it is not on their tax return, and they're not doing anything wrong. And they don't even get audited because it's been a sacred tax free cash cow for over a century. And so we took their taxable income down to 80,000 the other 120,000 tax free. We save them 40,000 of texts on the 120,000. If one of them husband or wife lives. You know, 30 years 25 30 years. Let's just say from age 65 age 90 95 we save them over a million dollars of unnecessary tax. We've done this many, many, many times, I saved a couple of school teachers, both husband and wife for school teachers. We save them a quarter of a million dollars of unnecessary tax on their 403 B's. Therefore one K's and their T Essa attack Children annuities. We got the money out in the tax is over and done with. We increase their necks, spendable income in that case by double another gentlemen, we increased his income by 3.5 times on saved him a three quarters of a million of unnecessary tax. Another couple Both positions. We said them 1.2 million. We took one couple in California in five years from the highest tax bracket to a 0% tax bracket. Now, folks, this is not magic. This is not smoke and mirrors. This is the real deal. And if you don't learn and get educated, you're gonna be left out. So this is why I'm very passionate about teaching educational webinars. To my listeners here. Thank you for listening. I've been doing this for again north of 46 years. I've written 11 books very blast. To have many bestsellers one of New York Times Wall Street Journal number one best seller. Now this isn't about selling you a book, in fact, when you would register for one of our educational webinars. You'll have the opportunity to receive free Ah copy of our most recent best selling book, The Laser funded 300 pages, charge graphs, explanations, and it also contains 62 actual client stories and examples of how the laser fund is actually the dream solution. For more than just for retirement,.

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Strong winds may fuel California wildfires into the weekend

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Strong winds may fuel California wildfires into the weekend

"More people could have their power shut off over 120,000, Southern California Edison and San Diego Power customers are without electricity right now. A Santa Ana winds are again blowing and the power was turned off to prevent wildfires. There are several wildfires burning now in the winds, the largest about 4000 acres in Orange County, south of L. A, which has caused some evacuations. California workers making minimum wage will be getting a raise next year chaos. Be case

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No Swim Advisory Issued For Downtown Miami, South Beach

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

No Swim Advisory Issued For Downtown Miami, South Beach

"A no swim fishing and boating advisory is up for Biscayne Bay between the MacArthur Causeway and the Rickenbacker Causeway. Ah, leaking a 16 inch wastewater pipe near the Intercontinental Hotel said about 120,000 gallons of untreated waste into the water. The league had Since been contained. Florida's high high speed speed passenger passenger rail rail system system will will soon soon include include a a

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"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Doing well. But when the stock market crashes, you don't lose a dime and that's indexing. And that is accomplished through my favorite vehicle. The laser fund where I have averaged about 8.2% net cash on cash rates of return for the last 4.5 decades. But conservatively speaking my heavens. If you can change out, for example, the couple that was bragging about 200,000 In five years, we shifted 120,000 of that income off of their 10 40 tax return. Because income that his tax free out of a laser fund is not deemed earned. Passive report value income and those of the only three types of income Americans pay income tax on since 1986 tax reform, Okay. So if you have income that is not one of those three types of income. There's nowhere on a tax return to put it. This is not a tax loophole. The Iris knows this couple is receiving 200,000 year still But 120,000 of it is not on their tax return, and they're not doing anything wrong, and they don't even get audited because it's been a sacred tax free cash cow for over a century. And so we took their taxable income down to 80,000 the other 120,000 tax free. We save them 40,000 of tax on the 120,000 if one of them husband or wife lives. You know, 30 years 25 30 years. Let's just say from age 65 age 90 95 we save them over a million dollars of unnecessary tax. We've done this many, many, many times, I saved a couple of school teachers, both husband and wife for school teachers. We saved them a quarter of a million dollars of unnecessary tax on their 403 B's Therefore, one case and they're TSH attack Children annuities. We got the money out in the tax is over and done with. We increase their necks, spendable income in that case by double another gentleman. We increased his income by 3.5 times on saved him a three quarters of a million of unnecessary tax. Another couple Both physicians. We saved them 1.2 million. We took one couple in California in five years from the highest tax bracket to a 0% tax bracket. Now, folks, this is not magic. This is not smoke and mirrors. This is the real deal. And if you don't learn and get educated, you're gonna be left out. So this is why I'm very passionate about teaching educational webinars. To my listeners here. Thank you for listening. I've been doing this for again north of 46 years. I've written 11 books very blast. To have many bestsellers one in New York Times Wall.

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Transition experts urge federal agency to allow process to begin

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Transition experts urge federal agency to allow process to begin

"The focus is shifting to effort surrounding the presidential transition. It will all begin inside a wing of the U. S Commerce Department. Headquarters along Constitution Avenue. That's where 120,000 Square foot office space will be dedicated to helping the Biden team transition. NBC four reports. Every federal agency has already handed over briefings in preparation for a possible way. The whole process is overseen by non political employees of the U. S. General Services Administration, where inauguration plans are underway and resumes will soon begin piling up. And will be handed over to the White House on Inauguration Day. The Senate Rules Committee will also help plan the inauguration, which will take place January 20th Melissa How the BTO penises. Coming

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U.S. reports nearly 120,000 new covid cases

The Trading Group Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. reports nearly 120,000 new covid cases

"New covert 19 cases Thursday, setting a new record just a day after reaching the grim milestone of 100,000 new cases in a single day, with 1187 people dying from the virus Thursday, a 20% increase from the week before I'm Mike Power Today Show co host al

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Texas court to rule on Republican-led effort to reject Houston votes

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Texas court to rule on Republican-led effort to reject Houston votes

"In court challenging early votes. Mara Liasson NPR News, one of those Republican lawsuits Easy in Texas, A federal judge in that state will hold a hearing this morning on a Republican led lawsuit against Dr through polling places in the Greater Houston area. NPR's Joel Rose reports the Republicans want to throw out more than 120,000 early balance. Federal Judge Andrew Hanen in Houston will hold a hearing on the lawsuit brought by Republican activists and candidates. They argue that drive through pulling places are in illegal extension of curbside voting. At the Democratic County clerk says Drive through polling places are legal and calls the GOP lawsuit. Quote baseless. NPR's Joel Rose reporting President Trump is

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"120,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"120,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One of the most common questions I get is what kind of return can I expect on my money? My answer to that question is another question. For what purpose? Sometimes that question confuses the people I'm talking to, They might say. For what purpose? What do you mean by that? I just want my money to grow. If I'm being honest with you, this is one of the things that drives me crazy about the financial planning industry, the financial news brokerage houses and so many so called financial planning experts. Talk about growth, but they ignore purpose as a retirement incomes certified professional and the president of Crown Haven Wealth Advisors Caramel, Indiana's top rated independent, fiduciary planning firm. I understand that retirement planning is all about the purpose of money. For example, what if you had $100,000 and it grew by 20%? You might feel good because now you have 120,000. But then what? If your investment experience to 20% loss Now you feel bad because a 20% loss of 120,000 brings your account value down to 96,000. Now you have less than you started with first You felt great. Then you felt terrible. But none of these emotions were based on purpose, just gain and loss if there's no purpose for your money. Then what does it matter if it grows or declines? This is why I say that there is no planning without purpose. There has to be something you are trying to accomplish with your money for a return on your investment to be important. If you want a retirement plan, with purpose,.

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Polling Hours Extended, New Site Open In Manhattan This Weekend To Ease Long Early Voting Lines In New York City

Masters in Business

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Polling Hours Extended, New Site Open In Manhattan This Weekend To Ease Long Early Voting Lines In New York City

"Early voters may get some relief from incredibly long lines Today In one New York City neighborhood, the Board of Elections decided to allow one extra polling site at Marymount Manhattan on the Upper East Side. It is an alternate pull sight for the people who faced a long lines at the overwhelmed Wagner school with about 120,000 registered voters. The Upper East Side boasts the most registered voters in the city.

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Do Masks On Plane Flights Really Cut Your Risk Of Catching COVID-19?

Lewis and Logan

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Do Masks On Plane Flights Really Cut Your Risk Of Catching COVID-19?

"Flight attendants, the largest flight attendant union. In our country that represents United flight attendants among other airlines, which is called the Association of Flight Attendants. Um Stated that they've seen a little over 1000 flight attendants across the country across the industry. Excuse me contract. Koven 19. That's less than 1% of the roughly 120,000 flight attendants that were employed at the end of last year. It's a good sign Yeah, I think you're in a In a sealed up tube. 152 100 people. Eight hours a day. Maybe that that says something about wearing masks, and they don't mention any deaths. So right air travel as you might expect is at his story glows. Even though US airlines have and we've talked about this that other times they put in all sorts of changes. Mandatory masks. Some have the Plexi glass barriers. Touchless kiosks, high tech aircraft cleaning. But a lot of the people that follow this industry and this is kind of scary when you think about it. That they say it will not return to pre pandemic levels. So before March of this year, the airline industry will not return to those levels until 2024 So I'll do the math. That's what is that three years from now? Yeah, a little over three years from now. Like I said, there's going to be a bailout coming. And I'm sure they're counting on that ball's has to be melon. Denver

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"120,000" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"120,000" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To 6 P.m. and on Saturdays from a M to 2 P.m.. We will be closed on Monday for Labor Day. We want to give our guys a break. So I guess you know I write, get it. They complain in the morning going all the time. So anyway, we will be closed on Monday. We'll wait. We will be back at our regular regular our band. I can't talk right now. Regular hours of 7 A.m. to 6 P.m. on Tuesday. So if you have a question for us, you could give us a call. Now our phone lines are kind of full. But we're going to get through some of these calls, which you can keep trying. 210737 1200 Cambridge, Otto Centers have been in business for over 30 years at the same spot. So we're on Frederiksberg Road, right between words barking Heebner, right across from us A And like we say earlier, we do RBG services and take care of all the maintenance on your vehicle. It doesn't matter what kind of vehicle it is, either. So if you need a place to take your vehicle And maybe you got a vehicle that you're just like, I don't think anybody can work on this. More than likely. We can. So you know, give us a call. If you have a question about that, or gifts called the shop, and we could definitely look into it for you. But I'm sure there's not too much that we cannot hand also, If you've got one of those vehicles, we could definitely take care of it for you. Let's go to the phone lines. How about Let's go to David Online for David. Thanks for calling under the hood. How can we help you today? Hey, David. Yes, I have a 2013 Chrysler 204 cylinder and I'll drive it around for a while and maybe stop at a convenience store and then come back out and started up and it's like backtrack is going to overheat. On. You can see shooting up on the On the cooling and then it'll go back down to normal. And it's been doing that quite a few times lately, and I just wondering what it is. It's just on A restart that it that it starts. Yes, just on the restart. Have you checked the cool level? Make sure it's full. Yes, the corn's full. Yeah, well, I mean, it's something like that. You could have a bad coolant temp sensor has given your false reading. If you ever pull over the card and shut it off. Do you ever hear anything boiling or sound like running hot? The fans. You know that I was worried about the whole thing. You don't do that either. Alright, Well, you might have a bad coolant temp sensor thie other thing that when you first go to started Does the gauges spike out right away and then come back. Okay? Yeah, Chances are just a coolant temp sensor. If it's slowly started climbing up, I would probably lean towards possibly like a bad thermostat. Maybe the thermostat was sticking, but if it does it instantly as soon as you start the car, then that's probably indication. Just have a bad coolant attempts. Sensor. Now there's two of them on that vehicle. One controls the computer and the other one controls the gauge. So if it's something you're gonna do yourself, make sure you get the one that does the gauge and not the computer because you're going to replace it, and you're going to think. Well, that didn't fix it. Yeah. Make sure it's the one for the gauge. Okay. Okay. All right. Thank you Know you're welcome. Alright, David, Thanks for the phone call. Let's go to Ted Online five. Ted. Thanks for calling under the hood. How can we help you today? Taking on call? Hit it. I have a 1999 audio camera. Tell he was a house 120,000 Miles. I drive only about 30 to 50 Miles a week, so it's low mileage. I've been told. I have warned Kennedy amounts and transmission mounts and what I wanted to find out. Wass is anything that needs immediate attention. Or because I defer it for of two weeks a month ourselves. Definitely could defer that till you want Teo. The only drawback a draw driving a vehicle, a bad engine and transmission mounds one you're filling the vibration. Sure, Dash vibrates in your drive and, you know, put neutral Prime might go away or reverse goes away or gets worse. The only bad thing about that is that the interests on sitting where it's supposed to be in his flopping around in there. You're doing damage to your CV axles. Now, damage might already be done. So the symptom of that is like you go to accelerate and you're going to feel a vibration when you giving, you know gas, And then as soon as you let off of the vibration typically goes away, So we're already filling that when you have those INGE amounts replace you might wanna have in check the CVI axles as well because the inner joints are probably bad as well. But as far as detrimental to the vehicle or leaving, you stuck on the side of the road kind of thing. Now you can keep driving it. You're you're fine. Yeah, I'm not just your vibrations are noises that seemed to be running. Very lovely. Yep. I would again if they're bad. And you told they're bad, and you're getting the vibrations or anything like it. Idle. Um You know that's usually indication amounts or bad then Yeah, just get it done as soon as you can to avoid causing damage to the CVI. Axelsson Further damage Great. Well, thanks for the help bring us Great day. Oh, you're welcome. All right. Thanks for the phone call. Let's go to 80 online. 1 80. Thanks for calling under the hood. How can we help you today? Good afternoon, guys. How are we doing doing great. Good a 1996 422 50. Ah, good camp. It is power stroke at 159,000 Miles honor this recently they break So light in the A B s life. Come on, stay on during operation on my vehicle. Does not affect my breaking, however, at all. Look at the problem. Okay? You cycle the key on and started up. Are the lights out until you started moving. Or they just on period. No, Come on. It's okay that you mentioned.

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"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"120,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Radio. I have a YouTube channel as I've mentioned three dimensional wealth, and I answer a specific financial question that has been asked to 103 100 times a month for the last several months. And so people have been asking. Where can I get a six or 7% rate of return on my money? Because they realize money in the market, a zit goes up as it goes down, up and down there only averaging maybe three, or 4%, just like Dalbar has studied and proven. So let me go back to the great recession And this is the worst 10 year periods is the great Depression because I like to use sort of that worst case scenarios. Now one of my favorite vehicles where I like to put my money where I think ah, retirees Income 40 to 60% of their income ought to come from what I call the tax free bucket, for example. When I have met people who had $200,000 of retirement income. When they came, I would look at their situation and go. Hey, that's wonderful. You've done a good job, but it's all showing up on your 10 40 tax return. And they would go well. Is there a different way and I go? Yes, as attack strategy. Just it would take me about five years to perform some strategic rollouts repositioning where they had their money to create more predictable rates of return and convert to tax free on a large portion. And and so these people with 200,000 of income would still have that. But about 120,000 of that would disappear off their tax return. The IRS still knows they're receiving at the IRS knows everything. But it's not taxable is not deemed earned passive report folio income, and so we essentially reduced their taxable income down to 80,000 or less after deductions and exemptions, especially And so I ended up saving them third on 120,000 of otherwise payable taxable income. And that's about 40,000 year. If one of the two between the husband and wife lived 25 years, I saved them a million bucks. This has happened hundreds and hundreds of times. We've saved some people several million dollars. We took one couple from the highest tax bracket. In five years down to a 0% tax bracket, which they've now been enjoying for more than five years. They have eight million tax free and that bucket generating about 800,000 year a 10% pay out. They don't even need that money, so they just leave it there to grow. In actuality, they only take out about 300,000 year tax free. They don't even have to file a tax return. If that is their only income, so there's 0% tax bracket. Now we can't do that for everybody. But let's go back to this worst decade. 4010. In fact, are you May extended two years to 2012 to prove my point. Ah lot of people in America saved their entire lifetimes. And by the year 2000 let's say they had a million dollar nest egg in yet to be taxed IRAs or for one case, But the problem was, the money was in the market. We saw in America after the terrorist attacks of 9 11 to September 11th 2001 Most people's nest eggs dropped down 1 4000 to 2003 by 40%. They saw that million dollar nest egg dwindled down to about 600,000. Some lost more than that. It took four years to make back what they lost because when you have a 40% laws that has to be followed by a 67% gain. If a million goes down to 1,200,000 has to have a 400,000 increase, which is a 67% increase. If you have a 50% loss, it has to be followed by a 100% gain to get back to break even. You wouldn't believe how many financial advisors don't understand that concept. And so ah, lot of people back in 1 4003. They felt like they had lost their future. They had to put off retirement. Seven years. Finally, in 2007. They were back to their break, even million. And I thought, Okay, now we can finally retire and what happened in 2008? As Warren Buffett put it, he said. When the tide went out, it revealed who was swimming naked. There are a lot of people that still had their money in the market, and they were exposed. Okay. And so in one single year due to the mortgage meltdown and so forth, that million dollar nest egg dwindled down to 600,000 again. It took four more years. To come back, Teo. The million dollars that happened in 2012. Not until the end for most people now what happened to the people that we were helping with my favorite strategy, indexing by maximum funding a tax advantaged insurance contract and taking the least amount of insurance you can get away with. And put it in the most money. Do you know that during that decade, 4010 if you had fallen asleep, like Rip Van Winkle Your million dollars during that worst decade, you would not have lost money during the five years, he most decades you have seven up years compared to three down here that decade. There were five last years 1237 6008. They would have not lost money during those five years, and they would not have made any money. But the other five years and they would have made money up to a cap and only two years where they have capped out. Lizzie at 15%. The caps during most of those years were actually 16 and 17%. Do you know that you would have earned 7.23% and the worst decades since the Great Depression? If you understand Rule of 72 math, you divide 7.2 into 72. Your money will double in 10 years. So people using indexing waking up if they had fallen asleep. What happened while I was asleep for 10 years? Oh, you never heard about 9 11 know is in that the number you call when there's an emergency. Oh, this was a major emergency. Yeah, Well, what about 2008? You don't know about the mortgage meltdown. Now, what was that? And you go in you scramble and you look at your account and you have doubled your money to two million. But everybody else in America still has on ly the million they started with, and inflation has eroded away Part of that. But folks you know, by 2012 people using indexing and by simply re balancing every couple of years or so they tripled their money. The million was worth three million when most Americans were finally back to break even because at the end of 2010, a lot of people still only had about 620,000. It took till 2012 to get back up to a million people using indexing, which is what we teach in our various educational webinars and.

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"120,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"120,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"When I talk to my clients, one of the most common questions I get is what kind of return can I expect on my money? My answer to that question is another question. For what purpose? Sometimes that question confuses the people I'm talking to, They might say. For what purpose? What do you mean by that? I just want my money to grow. If I'm being honest with you, this is one of the things that drives me crazy about the financial planning industry, the financial news brokerage houses and so many so called financial planning experts. Talk about growth, but they ignore purpose as a retirement incomes certified professional and the president of Crown Haven Wealth Advisors Caramel, Indiana's top rated independent, fiduciary planning firm. I understand that retirement planning is all about the purpose of money. For example, what if you had $100,000 it grew by 20%? You might feel good because now you have 120,000. But then what if your investment experienced a 20% loss? Now you feel bad because a 20% loss of 120,000 brings your account value down to 96,000. Now you have less than you started with first You felt great. Then you felt terrible. But none of these emotions were based on purpose. Just gain and loss if there is no purpose for your money Then what does it matter if it grows or declines? This is why I say that there is no planning without purpose. There has to be something you are trying to accomplish with your money for a return on your investment to be important. If you want a retirement plan, with purpose, not just.

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"120,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"120,000" Discussed on WTOP

"Economic aftershocks are building here's reporter Len Ramirez in San Jose California I've never seen anything like this before the numbers are astronomical Bruce silver top is an employment rights attorney who's now staffing advice line for people going through an unemployment crisis people that are desperate and that are often in tears because they are what they need money they're they're not receiving any money and they never have to navigate the unemployment system before navy captain Brad crozier now officially relieved of duty after his letter warning of corona virus among his crew went public here's our Pentagon correspondent David Martin a crew of forty eight hundred continues to be tested and put into quarantine the navy has begun an investigation into the actions of the best known carrier commander in the world one online petition calling him a hero already has more than one hundred thousand signatures president trump has quietly fired Michael Atkinson he's the man who led the investigation that led to Mr trump's impeachment quietly and democratic house intelligence committee leader Adam Schiff asserts illegally while the statute requires that Congress in thirty days notice before the president would remove an inspector general he has a point the inspector general immediately on administrative leave effectively doing an end run around the statute to immediately remove this consummate professional chef was speaking on MSNBC it doesn't look good for a granddaughter and great grandson of Robert F. Kennedy missing in the Chesapeake Bay Maryland governor Larry Hogan and on behalf of.

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"120,000" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"120,000" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Feel and flavor often mix it to with better mineral mix which is our fruit flavored mixed power of vitamin stay well with neutral medical every day. Take as much as even the climate change disaster more likely to survive and just to crystallize these. These missions of these different planetary alignments catalogs over the last hundred twenty thousand years at least three major alignment and even the people that were living in Norway across the Land Bridge until the Holocene prayed ten thousand years ago where the water levels rose destroyed their land. We're heading toward another pole shift. I'm not not going to take has got to know West. Have but I can tell you. Increase Volkan ISM measured all over the world and putting along the fault zone of the of that line that runs all Pacific hotline around the Pacific Ocean. It's increasing dramatically. So we're going to have an event happen. Future could be a decade away or decades decades AIDS. But what's going to happen. That change will change new world order. It might kill a lot of people but we're actually more likely to survive in new order. That's how bad the new world water is in terms of terminating the population earth interesting. So let's go over some of these details mark go ahead. Okay well We were talking about the land bridge Between England England. And and your turn out it turns out that during this period We had England was the outpost the Western house host a steph ecosystem that extended all the way across Europe and Asia to Alaska or you had these gigantic herds of we're talking about millions hers animals millions of of Mammoth Willie mammoths woolly rhinoceros. Horse and other mega-fauna all of which is now gone extinct. So we had a huge event that happened our several events that ended up in the extinction of these These Herman this was incredibly productive ecosystem. I call it the Siberian sailing. Getty it was. That's funny well. Here's the other thing. A friend of mine actually went to high school was actually travel with the BAFF institute and the people which masters to Baffin Nyland and they actually zoom to Tosca giant wooly mammoths. And how do you know how big the was just want to make a guess how big it was well. I've heard some of them are twelve feet long or longer twenty six feet an accident. The mass tested the Willie. Math at the time was six times a massive uh-huh largest bull African elephant well and the animal by the way when exempted tasks and this is what the French discovered ended up in the air circumstance of the Russians. When these events happened actually frozen animals like the atmosphere route Costa version of the move to the day after tomorrow the temperature dropped one hundred degrees or more liquid nitrogen and flash froze these animals.

"120,000" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"120,000" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The way other men love their wives tall and good. Looking twenty six years old with close-cropped dark hair and ice blue eyes look logo shove had joined the Soviet army when he was still a boy they had trained him. Well, the instructors from the military academy outside Moscow taught him with lethal, poisons and unshielded radiation. He traveled to the testing grounds of Semipalatinsk in Kazakhstan and to the desolate east year all's trace where the fallout from a clandestine radioactive accidents still poisoned the landscape eventually logo Chaz training took him even to the remote and forbidden islands of no via Zambia high in the Arctic circle and ground zero for the detonation of the terribles are Bomba, the largest thermonuclear device in history. Now is the lead radiation reconnaissance officer of the four hundred twenty seven red banner mechanized regiment of the Kiev district. Civil defence force logo. Chef knew how to protect himself and his three man crew from nerve agents, biological weapons gamma rays and hop particles by doing their work just as textbooks dictated by trusting his Dosimetry equipment, and when necessary reaching for the nuclear bacterial and chemical warfare medical kits stored in the cockpit of their armored car. But he also believed that the best protection was psychological. These men who allow themselves to fear radiation were most at risk, but those who came to love and appreciate it spectral presence to understand its caprices could endure even the most intense gamma bar on Bartman and emerges healthy as before. As he sped through the suburbs of Kiev that morning at the head of a column of more than thirty vehicles summoned to an emergency at the nuclear power plant. Logos have had every reason to feel confident the spring air blowing through the hatches of his armored scout car carried the smell.

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