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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:30 min | Last month

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Instant karma sponsored by credit karma. No purchase necessary exclusions in terms apply the rules Banking services provided by NBB Banking member F D I C maximum balance and transfer limits apply. Record heat gripping the Western US triple digit temperatures, Firefighters and other emergency responders could face their own heat related medical emergencies in California to layer county fire. Captain Joe Roses says he had just work rest cycles for crews battling wildfires. If you're working for, you know an hour to then we're going to get that 15 30 minute rest period. Just to make sure that you know guys aren't cramping guys aren't um, exhibiting signs of it. He related illness that you know they're going to need. Medical attention for Phoenix has been baking in temperatures above 115 degrees all week, the founder of a group for Single Fathers is talking about the gun violence plaguing America and this father's day, putting the focus on community. ABC's Michelle Franzen has more in Baltimore City. Michael Cornish is cleaning up a park in his neighborhood. This father's Day weekend, we pulled out probably over about 225 Needles, a single dad worried about a lack of recreational spaces, role models and the rise in gun violence created Dad's United Organization or duo, I realized I'm not advocating for me. So how can I expect some total the other person to advocate for me? If I'm not in the daughter for my community for fathers in my community, their motto, The only hood is fatherhood, offering a space where dads can learn from one another and grow. Michelle Franzen. ABC News This is ABC News. I absolutely love my dog. But the constant shedding not so much, But then I got a Swiffer sweeper pet kit, and it is amazing. The super thick cloths pick up a crazy amount of hair. Just look at all that. And that was from just one swipe. And the best part sweeper so much easier to maneuver than a broom or vacuum easily getting around chairs and under the couch. You're right now. I can focus on you not you're shedding Swiffer sweeper Pet kit because shed happens. Dave Packer. ABC NEWS WBS M News Headlines. Here's the latest coronavirus News. The seven day rolling Average of daily new cases in Massachusetts has declined over the past two weeks, going from 166 new cases per day on June 3rd 2 79 new cases per day on June 17th. That compares to about 6000 new cases per day. Back in January, South Coast Community Foundation has begun a new initiative, creating a special fund to support nonprofits who are fighting racist. Some president John Vasconcelos says they're also committed to helping generate more leaders in the South Coast who are people of color $30,000 grants have already been awarded to the Y W. C A. And the New Bedford branch of the N A. A. C P There will be no form River to Block Island Ferry run again this year. The run was canceled last year because of covid this year is lack of ridership Tonight. Look for a shower and thunderstorm 64 tomorrow intervals of clouds and sun High 83. I'm Jim Phillips. W B S M news. Pretty much potatoes across the country around the world on the radio and on the Internet. I'm Kevin car and you're listening to fat guys at the movies on today's show, I'm going to be talking about.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | Last month

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on KGO 810

"Up from the end of the parking lot to the metering lights. Traffic slow as you're making noise into San Francisco with kgo traffic. I'm Roy Cruise. He gripping the Western US triple digit temperatures, firefighters and other emergency responders could face their own heat related medical emergencies in California to layer county fire. Captain Joe Rosa says he had just work rest cycles for crews battling wildfires. If you're working for, you know, an hour or two, then we're going to get that 15 30 minute rest period. Just to make sure that you know guys aren't cramping guys aren't exhibiting signs of it. He really had illness that you know they're going to need. Medical attention for Phoenix has been baking in temperatures above 115 degrees all week, the founder of a group for Single Fathers is talking about the gun violence plaguing America and this father's day, putting the focus on community. A B. C S. Michelle Franzen has more in Baltimore City. Michael Cornish is cleaning up a park in his neighborhood. This father's Day weekend, we pulled out probably over about 225 needles. The single dad worried about a lack of recreational spaces, role models and the rise in gun violence created Dad's United Organization or duo, I realized I'm not advocating for me. So how can I expect some totally other person to advocate for me? I'm not in the daughter for my community for fathers in my community, their motto. The only hood is fatherhood, offering a space where dads can learn from one another and grow. Michelle Franzen. ABC News. This is ABC News. Your nose is the body's air filter the first line of defense against airborne allergens, bacteria and viruses. You wash your hands to protect your health. Now you can clean your.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:59 min | Last month

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WTVN

"On down the road. So again, it's that 15 30 minutes strategy sessions really designed to get to know them and some of the different and to kind of educate them on what some of the different strategies we utilize. Or can implement to help them with her overall retirement plan. Then after that tall you know what we try to do is, you know schedule meaning to go more in depth, We'll get into some different tax strategies, how to reduce taxes and retirement. And, you know, make sure there's a sound income as well as a financial plan going forward, And it's more than just like we talked about signing the paperwork receiving a pension. There's so many things to think about in a modern retirement, whether it's tax efficiency, setting up that lifetime income plan, understanding how to take your Social Security benefits, and then there's health care. There's legacy planning. Mike, the list goes on and on. I know that at the pension group, he tried to make it a one stop shop. Don't you know we do And even in the long term care, we can build that into the plane. You know, Uh, you know, we've had discussions with our clients. You know, I've had long term care insurance. I don't know if that's the right thing. Well, we can actually build it into the plan really at no additional cost. And you know, that's one of the things that you know, we're focusing on is making sure we're covering every facet, you know. We work with the state planning attorneys. We work with CPA firms. You know, someone has a question about their taxes. We have tax software that will help show ways to reduce taxes in retirement with Roth conversions That's one of the areas we really focus in on or maybe passing on assets more tax efficiently to the Children. We try to cover all these areas, or maybe it's been, you know, 15 2030 years since you've done your will. Maybe it doesn't have a power of attorney or health care, power of attorney or financial power of attorney. Uh, these are some of the things that we address with some of our state planning attorneys that can set up a trust or just make sure that the basic will is up to date because a lot of things have changed the last 15 20 years and maybe who you have down there to watch your kids. You don't need that anymore. You need to make sure that you know the everything's Titled Properly And, You Know, these are all the important things that we try to address with our clients simply because we don't want to have one thing not covered because that could really derail the whole retirement plan. So that's the reason why we're really kind of a one stop shop when it comes to addressing all those areas, you know for our clients, Mike, One of the things I know you love doing is getting out meeting people in Central Ohio. And this is where your live events come into play. Describe those. Why do you do this? What do you hope people walk away with? Well, One of the reasons why we do is you know is to really kind of educate individuals that are really pre retirees. Uh, they're looking at retirement, or we still get retirees that you know, come to our events. You know, they're not really sure if their advisers really doing the best job for them. Maybe it's been a while since they've talked to them. You know, I know here at the pension group. We always tried to reviews every six months with our clients. We sent out notices. We do a lot of things. But the key of these events is really to educate people on pensions. How we can actively manage their four Oh one k a lot of companies. We work with different employees from different companies where we can actively manager four Oh, one k while you're still working. Or, you know, one of the gentlemen I talked to earlier this week It was getting ready to turn 59 a half. And a lot of people don't realize that when you're 59 a half you can actually move your 401 k while you're still working. You're not required to retire. You can move 90 95% of your 401 K ab and you can move that over into your own IRA. We typically use TD Ameritrade for that. That's who we clear through your at the pension group. We utilize institutional money managers to help actively managed because again, this market continues to go up up up. But what happens to the market decides to go down down down again? People are getting closer and closer to retirement, and people can't afford one of the German I spoke to earlier this week says I can't afford to lose 30% of what I've accumulated at $1.5 million. I can't afford to lose that type of money right before retirement. And you know he got real conservative with his money, So these events are really educational in nature. They're designed to give information on those topics as well as tax reduction reduction strategies. We talk a little bit about that. And you know for those that obviously want to attend those events have the opportunity to schedule a meeting with me and my team. Just, you know, Schedule one on one type of meeting or we can certainly do a zoom call to help individuals plan for the retirement. So you know these events again. There's no obligation for these events, and now we have a couple of events upcoming. I know One of the events were already sold out on which is great, because, you know, I think a lot of people are kind of getting over the whole covid thing and want to get out there. You know, people, you know, Regardless of the situation, people are still going to retire. There's gonna be opportunities for people and people want to make sure they're doing everything right. And that's Do my numbers make sense. Can I retire and we've had situations. You know where we told people based off your numbers. You can't you cannot retire. Believe or not, Um, but again from a fiduciary standpoint, we're going to do what's in the best interests of the client, you know, given the advice that they need so they can make an informed decision when it comes to the retirement. Mike. We talked pensions. We talk buyouts four Oh, one K. We're talking about how to plan for a successful retirement. It takes a lot of consideration. And this is why you offer that holistic planning approach at the pension group. Tell people more about how.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:00 min | 2 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Really don't You know if you had your grill, it's really about, you know, setting your temperature that you're going to cook out and then you know, depending on the size of your ribs, it's really about the time, you know. We like to cook ribs by feel, but you know, to kind of all inclusive steaks. Depending on the way to your ribs. It really is. You know, It's about that timing, and it's for, say, a slab of ribs that it's like £3 and opera, you know, broken in what we call it 321 method. No super easy. You put him you set your grill for 250 degrees. Three hours that you're gonna have the ribs on the grill smoking. Two hours. You put him into a rap with a little bit of apple juice, And then you put him back on the grill for one hour after that, and when you take him out of that rap, so it's a pretty simple method to get people from point A to point B. You know with, you know, hopefully not a lot of confusion or, you know, opportunity. Okay, So walk me through this again One time now here, let's say I've got Let's let's think about this in terms of you know, the classic Kettle Grill. You're going to be doing this in an indirect method, I assume right, in other words, the charcoal or the briquettes on the sides of the grill, not completely underneath. You don't want direct flame underneath the actual ribs, right? 100% correct in. You know what If you're looking for that 250 degree temperature on a cattle, then you also have to adjust your dampers. You know, which is the events on the top and the bottom? Typically, I start with just the top events you know for for Justin at that temperature, but it has to go to the bottom one. You could do that as well. You know, you mentioned that you know for me. I like to put my charcoal that one side. You know, you could do it on the other side and put your ribs down the middle. But if you just go to one side, you have your ribs offset back with a little bit of a Yeah, with a little bit of a drip hand underneath him, but that does this helps collect anything that might fall off the ribs. Keep your girl a little bit cleaner, and you know, it just helps with the overall cook. Um, but, yeah, once you're locked in with your 2 58 year, you're in direct like you study. It's It's like I said, It's really about that timing and get the ribs on. And you know this. Let them cook the same thing, then for a gas grill where you just have burners, maybe a burner or just on one side of the grill. S O. The the heat inside of the grill itself is kind of circulating around the ribs that are on the grill, right? Absolutely. And you know that that conviction need depending on what your grow on really promotes that cooking and promotes the caramel ization on the ribs, which ultimately equates the flavor and that's what we're looking for us. You know, you put him on your out of you know your water. If you're gonna use any type of, you know, smoking chips or anything to help with your flavor, and you know that conviction he just wrote some slow, low and slow and this helps in part Okay, So, um, I putting these flat down on the grill because you know, when you go to the store, you see all these accessories these racks and you know things that you know you're tempted to buy. Do I need any of that stuff? They do help and you know you mentioned that we sell, you know, rib racks. That'll help the ribs stand up on their side. And what that does is it allows that smoking with that convention meat that's blown feed your grill. How do you two really hit the vid on all sides as it's coming up that he's coming up through the grate? It's kind of a circular motion through the grow hits your lives on all sides before China runs out the back, you know for the air flow, you know, half the airflow. Okay, all right. So now you mentioned the 321 method then so I'm doing the grill the ribs just straight on the grill first, right? Correct for three hours. A low and slow, low and slow three hours. And then, um, I wrapping it in foil and putting them back on the the grill for two hours. Correct two hours. And what I find is about a quarter between a quarter and a half cup of apple juice or work. And what that does is, it helps create. You know, we're not gonna get a state totally fall off the bone ribs, but it helps with the tender ization in the nice pull back that you're looking for on your bones with that meat. Hey, I like a little fight with my ribs anyway. And I don't want him to give up too easily off the bone anyway, so that that works for me and then after the the two hours wrapped in the foil, then I take them out of the foil. And put them back on the grill like I had them in the first place for one more hour. Correct And then you're cooking for within that hour. I'll usually leave them unwrapped for about 30 minutes or so. They're still kind of that bark on the outside. It's gonna dry out. You're going to see that it's nice and no one even Christmas to it. And then I'm gonna hit him with this sauce. You definitely don't want to hit him with the sauce too early, because what happens is that the sugar in the sauce that has an opportunity to go a little bit farther than you want it so You kind of put that in for the last 8 15 30 minutes. You're cooked then of that last hour that we talked about. Yeah, I wait until I'm just about ready to take them off before I put any kind of barbecue sauce, whether it's ribs or chicken or whatever it is that I'm Fork. What? Whatever I happen to be barbecuing. I put it on right at the end, so I can control how much of that sugar burn that I want to get on the ribs themselves. When when it's done. Do you let it sit for a while or can you serve it right away? When I take him off. I let him sit for a couple minutes. What happened? You You let that he kind of disappeared from the bones. They're not. It's hot. And then then I'll cut him up in serving. It just kind of takes away that part of anybody. And maybe you know when you're picking him up the eatem of burning themselves, But it's just It's also good for the meat because the juices are kind of redistribute. It helps a little bit with the standardization. But you don't want to eat him extremely hot. Anyways, you wanna let it come down a little bit and temperature and then they're not steaming because what happens with that feeling when you take it off? You're ultimately losing moisture in the food and it's gonna be a little bit drive. Yeah. All right, So let's take a break when we come back. I want to try to get as.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"San Francisco, Justin Lauren says he still nervous. You can't tell by looking at somebody that they've been vaccinated so people that you're worried about the most are the empty Baxter's that don't want to get vaccinated and have been a problem the entire time. Earlier today, more air strikes on Gaza one destroyed a building that houses offices used by the Associated Press and other media outlets. Israeli military said there were Hamas intelligence assets in the building. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit passed a serious of pre race drug tests and we'll start today's Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown of horse racing after testing positive for a banned substance following the Derby, you're listening to ABC News top of the morning to you. Here's another look at the area roadways will begin again on the Stevenson Expressway in Mounted kids. He still is ongoing situation where It's all closed at Kedzie for a crash investigation traffics actually being forced off of Lasky, and that is why you are stacked from central into the scene of that area. So you want to avoid that in Mount Stevenson. If you can, If not sorry. Elsewhere, the Eden's gonna go Kennedy. Inbound traffic is slow from north into the burn. Eisenhower Expressway amounts bumper to bumper 25th of displays and Damon into the burn. Where's outline your heavy from Cicero? Into Austin. Dan Reid is gonna go sky way for the seven before the lakeshore drive. Doing well toll roads all good. 80 eastbound before Harlem crash off on the right shoulder involving a vehicle into the right ditch. Wls AM a 90 Traffic center. I'm being left with the next 15. 30 minutes. Do you have a baby Boomers and retirees execute your green new deal of protection? The leftist have attacks target on your retirement savings that you have worked so hard to earn. National talk show host and best selling author Chuck Oliver of the Hidden Well Solution will teach you how to get.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So that's when long term care kind of kicks in, so there's a thing called table ng off. So if you're not improving by so many days, though, at some point say, you've tabled off. You're off the Medicare. Now it's onto you to pay for it. So, ah, lot of places nowadays, especially hospitals don't want you in there. It's super expensive, so they'll kick you out to a long term care facility or nursing home or rehab facility. And if you're not getting better than they'll stop paying for it, But you're still there. You're still you know, paying Maybe several hundreds, if not almost not quite 1000 a day. But most of these places are anywhere from 6 to 12,000 month. So Yeah, then it's on to you to pay for those costs. So you know again, That's why things how can you solve that problem? Long term care insurance used to be a good thing, but My gosh, I've had clients have 100% rate increases. They have plans they bought 10 15 20 years ago. And so, yeah, it's really scary of how huge those costs are. And I think the scariest thing is the surviving spouse, the healthy spouse that may live for 2030 years after somebody had an illness. And maybe they burned through 305 $100,000 of their assets. Well, they're not gonna have quite the same retirement without that money there. So again, there are some great solutions that are more hybrid type ways to go about it to get you that long term care protection but not having to buy a long term care policy. And so you know, again that comes in with it with planning. And so, yes, if you want to set the time of down and say, OK, how? How can I get this some protection for long term care without having to buy a long term care insurance policy That's not guaranteed. I want some that's gonna be there for me, and I know it's gonna be there and not going to raise the rates. So there are options out there. Yes, that's something we can help you with. And we could do its part of the plan, or if you just wanted to find out more about this option. Either way, But you know the sort of a phone call with us and we kind of go over that. There again. The phone number is 804 54 11 84, and we'll spend 15 30 minutes. Yeah, whatever. We need Tonto over your issues and see if going to the second appointment would make sense or not so again. Gives call 804 54 11 84. Or you can book an appointment online that wealth creator radio dot com. Alright, Eric, Let's recap the biggest concerns that retirees have again tell us what they are. We'll definitely running out of money. And you know, how am I gonna get this income and then this healthcare gonna eat up everything and leave me with nothing? Now, what are the choices you have? And you know, really? You gotta have a plan. I mean, sucks. It's one of those things where you know, it's like, how do you lose weight and get healthy? Well, you eat better and exercise. Okay beyond that, all right, It's like, yeah. No, There's no magic pill. Yet. T do it. Everybody's waiting for that one and Saying that that will be huge stock whenever that somebody figured that one out. Um but, yeah, in the meantime, now you got to do it the old fashioned way of, you know, taken time and doing it. So when you're talking about financial planning and money, it's all about having that income plan and written income plan. And then figure out how your investments should be tied to create that income plan. What tax options are you doing, Harry in a lower your taxes for the rest of your life, not just this year. And then health care issues and legacy issues, and that's the five areas we go over for. People create that plan. Show them what path they're on right now and then say, Hey, here's the way you should be changing things. That's up to you if you want, take action or not, So I guess that's something that That you want to do and take action on all you do is give us call 804, 54, 11 84 and 804 54 11 84 Oregon Book directly online at wealth creator radio dot com Coming up Next, we're hitting the streets to ask what's on your minds about retirement. So stay with us. This is well Creator radio with their Katzman. For more information on today's topic. Call Eric Hickman 804 54 11 84. That's 804 541184..

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To normal. Eventually that may show up in the United States has higher prices and delayed goods coming to store shelves. You're listening to ABC News on top of the morning to you. Here's a look at the area roadways being first in the Franklin Park area where River Road is still blocked any film on and I've no investigation into an earlier shooting good news and Romeo bill that crash it, Weber wrote in Washington. Airport road area that has been cleared on the expressways. You're in good shape on the Edens. Kennedy inbound travel too slow for Lawrence Tomatoes with work in the left lane. Travis actually backed up from Austin into the construction zone. Is our clear Stevenson. Either way, no major incidents or delays the end right now, But I'm still is ongoing situation. We're always close. 60 30 Chicago due to an earlier crash, with reports of an earlier shooting that's closed off with investigation. Because solid from 47 57 in Mountain 115 crashing right Lane Christ. It's all roadside bomb before the Grange civil vehicle in the left lane wls am in heavy traffic center. I'm Dan Levy of the next 15. 30 Minutes. Following is a paid program sponsored by Financial Safari and is not affiliated with WLS radio are cumulus media. Listeners should consult their own advisers and conduct our own research before making any purchases, investments or making any financial decisions. This is such a blow to investigate. Right now. We want to start a war all around the world where you don't want to come over there, and it takes courage to face up to things like.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So I I was, of course, keeping an eye on this and checking in with some family members about it of whether or not they had power. Some of them did not. So as this major storm went, went through Texas, and for the first time ever, every county in Texas was under some kind of winter advisory, which was kind of fun. Heard of. And there's people seeing snow sometimes for the first time in their lives, But what it's done is the power grid system in Texas is very, very different than it is here. Where you kind of don't really have a choice. You kind of have a monopoly of if you moved to this area, this is the utility company used. It's a very different and very competitive system. And we're seeing that really put to the test. Right now. In Texas, as rolling blackouts started pretty much right away as the power grid was really being stressed. Then we started to see these rolling blackouts stretching much longer. What was supposed to be 15 30 minutes. We're going into much longer reports of much longer blackouts. The interesting the other thing. I'm keeping an eye on the Oh, is that wholesale electricity prices because the system is a bit different. On Monday, they surpassed the grids price gap of $9000 per megawatt out, so the average prices is $25 per Megawatt hour on the Texas grid, and we're getting up there in $9000. What his what had previously been kind of the record was during the heat wave of 2019. Those really stressed, and here we have. It is just kind of blown all those records and changed all that right now, So there's a There's an economic piece that I'm watching very closely to the interesting You normally think about that in a warm weather thing, But I guess with power lines down, it's a cold weather thing, too, and we We're out of time. OK, well done. Nice to talk to Amy. Thanks so much John in the booth on the wind trust business Lunch. WGN Radio News in the Northwestern Medicine newsroom is next. The You want to Diet Coke for McDonald's for breakfast, but I think it's too early. And then you realize it isn't because it's the never too early first often deal. Any size. Soft drinks are always $1 on Leon, the McDonald's $123 menu Prices Participation Lavery. I learned patients from my adoptive dad..

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You know, when you're getting close to 65, you might start feeling pretty popular with all that mail you're getting about Medicare. And then, of course, signing up for Medicare for the first time is a big step to take. Even if you're signed up, you need to kind of double check everything. You can't put it on Cruise control, and that's we're talking about today with Eric. We're in the middle of the election period open enrollment up through December. 7th and Every year. It's a good idea to revisit what you need to do and change. Can you remind us why we need to make changes in any Medicare coverage during open enrollment, Eric? Well, yeah, there's several in one could be changes in your health condition. You know if you've got maybe some more ailments, and you had planned that hadn't bigger deductibles and didn't cover as much. Well, if you're gonna be using a lot more might be time to get one that has a little higher coverage. And you know you have less out of pocket premiums, right? I mean, your premiums might be a little higher, but your out of pocket costs might be lower that way. The other one would be Maybe start taking some more prescriptions. And they're not very well covered under your current plan s 01 thing that our software can do is actually not only look at you know, how are you using your insurance and what types of things? What plan you have. But also I can put in there. What? What prescriptions are there and then tell you, which companies would cover at a better rate. So there's all these goofy lists that insurance companies have, and if it's on this list or this list, it's either this much for that much. I mean, I remember one time my my wife is getting prescription filled and and, you know, they said, well, this one's $100. Um, But if you wanted to do the one that you take a pill twice a day, it's $10. Yes, Let's do that, You know, Take it twice a day because I don't know why 90. It's the worst $90 save the hassle of one pill a day, but But, you know, that's how the goofiness of the medical medical system is right. So You know? And then, of course, if your doctor changed plans there was saying they're not gonna be under this one or that much, You know, then that might be another one. You know, then the other big one might be just Checking your premiums, right? I mean, how do you know if you got the best premium unless you've checked other companies on and again if you're going to stay with the same plan And all the plans of the same between the different various companies. Well, then, are you on the cheaper plan or the more expensive plan and sharing the more expensive plan? Why right on? So you're paying for something or getting some Some benefit for the extra money? Your pan, if not Yeah, well, then that that's definitely time to change. So, yes, So there's a lot more than people really think about Medicare that they should be really going over. So you know again, that's one of the things that we could do is help people you know, in sub, you know, 15 30 minute phone call gets kind of the basic info. And then you know from there. Basically, we can kind of give you the rates and the numbers for various companies. And then if you know if you want us to help you with it, we can, if not, and you know that there's no problem either. So Against somebody wants the T Take advantage of that. All its use gives call 804 54 11 84 against 804 54 11 84. Or you can book directly online at wealth creator radio dot com and you are listening to Wolf creator radio with Eric Heckman..

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"When Eric tells us a wealth success story. It's always a good lesson or a great example of how something worked out for the best with retirees and like I said, Eric, all ready for some good news now. So what do you have for us today? Yeah, that zoo story just about a client that he reached out to me and found me through it. Just one of the events that we're putting on, I think or something, but it was about 2 2.5 years out from retiring from Defense contractor and basically he's got a nice pension and stuff, but they wanted to retire down in Marina by Monterey s O. We looked at some of his options inside is for one K and here company stock, So we were able to save a ton of money on taxes by doing some special tax treatment on that. And then he found this house that was being built. But the problem was, you know, he wanted by now on, but he still had his house, but he didn't want to sell his house yet, Right? So, you know, we figured out a plan of how tow finance it where You know he could refinance his main house. Get a small mortgage on the second house that's being built. And then, basically once he just now finally sold his his main house now that he's retired. He was able to pay off that loan and then just have a tiny loan on his on his new house. So you know we were able to easily figure out a way to get all this stuff done to get it all planned out and You know, I mean, it worked out great for him because he was able to actually retire right on time. He actually moved about two months earlier than he planned on plenty of timeto slowly move into the house and you get out of the old house That wasn't brushed because he owned them both at the same time, and we had put enough money aside to make the payments on both. And then you have that one cell and get closed out and Yeah. So it's one of things were, you know that all worked out and then also his rest of his money. We already knew his income plan. Well, well before he retired. So you know that having that, you know, assurance and having that security going Hey, I know where that check is because Part of the funniest one Any clients ever told me was, you know that when he first retired, it felt like Wile E. Coyote when he was chasing the road runner and he runs off that cliff and he's running in the air and right before he falls, and somehow he's able to run in the air. You know, for way too long, and that's what kind of felt like because also, you have no paycheck. Right. You're trying to make a paycheck and stuff, So it's worked out great and he's loving life and enjoying it and worked out all according to plan, So, you know, get having that plans. The big thing. So if you if you want to set up a 15 30 minute phone call just to have us talk to you about what should we do should answer the questions. Should we be doing a plan or not? Um, you know, just give us that call instead of that time so you can either leave us a message at 804 54 11 84 again. 804 54 11 84 or book directly online at wealth creator radio dot com. That's all for this week's show of Wolf creator radio. You can always find us on Alexa are Go home or any of those things where you find podcasts..

Eric Alexa Monterey Defense contractor Wile E. Coyote
"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's always a good lesson or a great example of how something worked out for the best with retirees. And like I said, Eric, all ready for some good news now, So what do you have for us today? Yeah, that's uh, story just about a client that he reached out to me and found me, um, through Vegas. One of the events that we're putting on, I think or something, but it was about 2 2.5 years out from retiring from Defense contractor and basically he's got a nice pension and stuff, but they wanted to retire down in Marina by Monterey s O. We looked at some of his options inside is following Kay and he had company stock. So we were able to save a ton of money on taxes by doing some special tax treatment on that. And then he found this house that was being built. But the problem was, you know, he wanted by now, but he still had his house, but he didn't wanna sell his house yet. Right? So, you know, we figured out a plan of how tow finance it where You know he could refinance his main house. Get a small mortgage on the second house that's being built. And then, basically once he just now finally sold his his main house now that he's retired. He was able to pay off that loan and then just have a tiny loan on his on his new house. So you know we were able to easily figure out a way to get all this stuff done to get it all planned out and You know, I mean, it worked out great for him because he was able to actually retire right on time. He actually moved about two months earlier than he planned on plenty of timeto slowly move into the house and you get out of the old house That wasn't brushed because he owned them both at the same time, and we had put enough money aside to make the payments on both. And then you know how that one cell and get closed out and you know, so it's one of the things we're You know that all worked out and then also his rest of his money. We already knew his income plan. Well, well before he retired. So you know that having that, you know, assurance and having that security going Hey, I know where that check is because Part of the funniest one that any clients ever told me was, you know when he first retired, it felt like Wile E. Coyote when he was chasing the road runner and he runs off that cliff and he's running in the air and right before he falls, and somehow he's able to run in the air. You know, for way too long, and that's what kind of felt like because also, you have no paycheck. Right. You're trying to make a paycheck and stuff. So it's worked out great needs, love and life and enjoying it and worked out all according to plan. So, you know, get having that plans. The big thing. So if you if you want to set up a 15 30 minute phone call just to have us talk to you about what should we do? Should answer the questions. Should we be doing a plan or not? Um, you know, just give us that call instead of that time, so you can either leave us a message at 804 54 11 84 again. 804 54 11 84 or book directly online at wealth creator radio dot com. That's all for this week's show of Wolf creator radio. You could always find us on Alexa are Go home or any of those things where you find podcasts. Thanks for listening, and we'll be back next week. You've been listening to wealth. Create a radio with Eric Heckman. For more information on this program, call 804.

Eric Heckman Kay Alexa Defense contractor Vegas Monterey Wile E. Coyote
"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:29 min | 9 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And it's not just unique to Florida. I think you see it all over these all over these places when I was going to ask you about that. Have you talked to any governors elsewhere and gotten the lay of the land in their states today as to how turnout is happening and what they think is going on on the ground. So I've spoken with some folks from the Trump campaign. I think we were generally pleased across the country. I mean, obviously want people still go out and vote. You know, Florida we track this on basically every 15 30 minutes updates or put out. Most states are not doing it The extent that we are, so it's a little bit more anecdotal, but yeah, everything I've heard is that you're in a line in election. In some suburb or ex herb or some rule county, and it's like red hats and American flags and everything so you can probably figure out which way those those voters are going to go, right? Well, you know, I really appreciate your time. Your comments here at the beginning the phone call or were deeply moving. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it, and I Really appreciate the fact I've gotten to know you. You're a great guy Fawkes is AH is like so many young Republican because there's nothing artificial. There's nothing phony about governor two Santas. Just a real guy and confident. I remember on your own the election where it was looking if he Ah and then your opponent Gillom looked like in the play. You were just come. No, no, no, no. We've got the ballots. We've got the votes. It's all going to be. It's going to be working Fine. You were exactly You're exactly right about it, and there's no substitute for confidence. I don't think inspiring people motivating people and you have it. You have it in spades. It's great. I I really appreciate the chance I've had to get to know you, sir. God bless the Russians had a phenomenal impact. You've made a big difference in this election and you didn't have to do it. You could have you about budget stuff going on, and you did it and it's been very meaningful and everybody really appreciate it. Thank you, Governor again. I appreciate it and best of luck. I'm sure we'll be chatting soon about all of this. And I, I have I have envisioning that conversation taking place with gigantic smiles on people's faces on your left. The God hears my man. Ron De Santis, governor of Florida will be right back. Folks stay with now that rushes helped make you would informed voter. It's time to go out and do your thing. You're listening.

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"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Wealth Creator radio. Glad to have you with us today. This is wealth creator radio with Eric Hechtman. So we've come to the time in our show. When Eric tells us a wealth success story. It's always a good lesson or a great example of how something worked out for the best with retirees. And like I said, Eric, already for some good news now, So what do you have for us today? Yeah, There's a story just about a client that he reached out to me and found me through it. Just one of the events that we're putting on a think or something, but it was about 2 2.5 years out from retiring from AA. A defense contractor. And and basically he's got a nice pension and stuff, but they want to retire down in Marina by Monterey. So we looked at some of his options inside is foreign Kay and he had company stock, so we were able to save a ton of money on taxes by doing some special tax treatment on that. And then he found this house that was being built. But the problem was, you know, he wanted by now, but he still had his house, but he didn't want to sell his house yet, Right? So, you know, we figured out a plan of howto finance it where You know he could refinance his main house. Get a small mortgage on the second house that's being built. And then, basically once he just now finally sold his his main house now that he's retired. He was able to pay off that loan and then just have a tiny loan on his on his new house. So you know we're able to easily figure out a way to get all this stuff done to get it all planned out and You know, I mean, it worked out great for him because he was able Tio actually retire right on time, actually moved about two months earlier than he planned on plenty of timeto slowly move into the house and you get out of the old house That wasn't rushed because he owned them both at the same time, and we had put enough money aside to make the payments on both. And then you have that one cell and get closed out and You know, So it's one of things where you know that all worked out and then also his rest of his money. We already knew his income plan. Well, well before he retired. So you know that having that, you know, assurance and having that security going Hey, I know or that that check is because Private, Funniest one Any clients ever told me was, you know when he first retired? It felt like Wile E. Coyote when he was chasing the road runner. He runs off the cliff and he's running in the air and right before he falls, and somehow he's able to run in the air. You know for long, and that's what kind of felt like because also, you have no paycheck. Right. You're trying to make a paycheck and stuff, So it's worked out great and he's loving life and enjoying it and worked out all according to plan. So you get having that plans the big things off you if you want to set up a 15 30 minute phone call, just tohave us talk to you about what should we do? Should answer the questions. Should we be doing a plan or not? You know, just give us that call and set up that time so you can either leave us a message at 804 54 11 84 again. 804 54 11 84 or a book directly online at wealth creator radio dot.

Eric Hechtman Kay Monterey Wile E. Coyote
"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Wealth Creator radio. We're so glad to have you with us today. This is wealth creator radio with Eric Chapman. So we've come to the time in our show. When Eric tells us a wealth success story. It's always a good lesson or a great example of how something worked out for the best with retirees and like I said Eric, already for some Good news now. So what do you have for us today? There's ah story just about a client that he reached out to me and found me through Vegas one of events that we're putting on a think or something, but it was about 2 2.5 years out from retiring from AA. Defense contractor and and basically he's got a nice pension and stuff, but they want to retire down in Marina by Monterey. So we looked at some of his options inside is foreign Kay and he had company stock, so we were able to save a ton of money on taxes by doing so special tax treatment on that. And then he found this house that was being built. But the problem was, you know, he wanted by it now, but he still had his house. But he didn't want to sell his house yet, right? So Yeah, we figured out a plan of howto finance it where You know he could refinance his main house. Get a small mortgage on the second house that's being built. And then, basically once he just now finally sold his his main house now that he's retired. He was able to pay off that loan and then just have a tiny loan on his on his new house. So you know we're able to easily figure out a way to get all this stuff done to get it all planned out and You know, I mean, it worked out great for him because he was able to actually retire right on time, actually moved about two months earlier than he planned on plenty of timeto slowly move into the house and you get out of the old house that it wasn't brushed because he owned them both at the same time, and we had put enough money aside to make the payments on both. And then you have that one cell and get closed out and Yes. So it's one of those things where you know that all worked out and then also his rest of his money. We already knew is income plan. Well, well before he retired. So you know that having that assurance and having that security going Hey, I know where that that check is because Private. Funniest one in the client's ever told me was, you know when he first retired, it felt like Wile E. Coyote when he was chasing the road runner. He runs off the cliff and he's running in the air and right before he falls, and somehow he's able to run in the air. You know for long. Yeah, and that's what kind of felt like I was also you have no paycheck. Right now You're trying to make a paycheck and stuff, So it's worked out great and he's loving life and enjoying it and worked out all according to plan. So you get having that plans the big thing. So if you if you want to set up a 15 30 minute phone called us tohave us talk to you about what should we do? Should answer the questions. Should we be doing a plan or not? You know, just give us that call and set up that time so you can leave us a message at 804 54 11 84 again. 804 54 11 84 or a book directly online at wealth creator radio.

Eric Chapman Kay Monterey Wile E. Coyote Vegas
"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So yeah, and then it's on to you to pay for those costs. So you know again, that's while things How can you solve that problem? Long term care insurance used to be a good thing, but Oh, my gosh. I've had clients have 100% rate increases. They have plans that they bought 10 15 20 years ago. And so, yeah, it's really scary of how huge is costs are and I think the scariest thing is the surviving spouse, the healthy spouse that may live for 2030 years after somebody had an illness. And maybe they burned through 305 $100,000 of their assets. Well, they're not going to have quite the same retirement without that money. They're so again. There are some great solutions that are more hybrid type ways to go about it to get you that long term care of protection but not having to buy a long term care policy. And so you know, again that comes in with with planning. And so, yes, if you want to set the time and down and say, OK, house, How can I get some protection for long term care without having to buy a long term care insurance policy? That's not guaranteed. I want some that's going to be there for me, and I know it's going to be there and not going to raise the rates. So there are options out there. Yes, that's something we can help you with. And we could do its part of the plan, or if you just wanted to find out more about this option. Either way, But, you know, just set up a phone call with us, and we kind of go over that there again. The phone number is 804 54 11 84 and will spend 15 30 minutes. You know, whatever we need Thio over your issues. This see if going to a second appointment would make sense or not so again. Gives call 804 54 11 84. Or you can book an appointment online at Wolf creator radio dot com. Alright, Eric, Let's recap the biggest concerns that retirees have again tell us what they are. We'll definitely running out of money. And you know how I can get this income and then this healthcare gonna eat up everything and leave me with nothing. What are the choices you have? And you know, really? You gotta have a plan. I mean, it sucks. It's one of those things where you know, it's like, how do you lose weight and get healthy? Well, you eat better and exercise. Okay Beyond that, right, It's like, Yeah, There's there's no magic pill yet, Teo and everybody's waiting for that one. Saying that that will be a huge stock whenever that somebody figured that one out, But in the meantime no, you've got to do it the old fashioned way of, you know, taken time and doing it. So when you're talking about financial planning and Money. It's all about having that income plan and written income plan and then figure out how your investments should be tied to create that income plan. What tax options are you doing, Harry in a lower your taxes, rest your life, not just this year. And then health care issues and legacy issues, and that's the five areas we go over for people create that plans. Show them what path they're on right now and then say, Hey, here's the way you should be changing things. That's up to you if you want, take action or not, So I guess that's something that You know that you want to do and take action on all you do is give us call 804 54 11 84 Year. 804 54 11 84 Oregon Book directly online at wealth creator radio dot com Coming up Next, we're hitting the streets to ask what's on your minds about retirement. So stay with us. This's wealth creator radio with their captain. For more information on today's topic. Call Eric Hickman 804 54 11 84. That's 800 for five for 1184..

Eric Hickman Harry Thio Teo Wolf
"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"15 30 minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Lost Dave. That's okay. Close. It was close. John's in Athens, John, Welcome to the program. Hey, Margo. You what? Our brother. Now let me show. Thank you, Bud. Guias. I think I probably got the shortest gig ever. Okay? AJ In the seventies, I got a job at a 7 11 in a bad part of town. And I just never showed up the next day. Was it because it was a dangerous gig or a bad gig or Well, I just figured I didn't want to work 7 to 11 at night. Yeah, that's a tough I always remember the show of the movie clerks. The idea is such a good movie. I always like thought like I could work the overnight shift at like, like minions have free rein, You know, be like I want chips now or I want a beef jerky. Let me get a you who like I was just I thought that'd be a pretty decent gig for me. And I get to, you know, do the overnight shift I as a night owl. I would enjoy the time. Tim's incoming Tim look of the show. Thank you, Marc. Congratulations on your tenure. Thank you, my friend. I think I have the shortest gig that actually showed up to work. 30 minutes. What happened? I was a bagger at Winn Dixie. Okay? And I was told that I was hired back 15 30 minutes into it. Ah! Manager comes over and he said, You need to go to the bathroom and give it a good clean. So I went back to the bathroom and Give the bathroom a good cleaner yourself A good clap. Yeah, that wasn't even never was sold as much office. Yeah. So I go by it over and I say You know, I'm out. That was it was your that was your line in the sand was cleaning bathrooms at the Wynn Dixie. Well, well, what about you know I'm the same age you and AIDS epidemic was going around. They just really put the fear so anywhere here. Public. Tim, stop licking the urinal. There's AIDS around. That's Ah, bagging groceries. Gotta be tough gig to any of you guys.

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