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"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Workers full retirement age benefit right so he took his benefit at full retirement age so we know that his full retirement age by if it is he said about seventy two hundred a month but that was after the deduction for medicare the it'll be as these so at another hundred fifty or more so he's his full retirement age benefits more like 19 '18 '19 hundred dollars two thousand just make it easy half of that is a thousand now she's receiving seven hundred a month after the hundred and fifty or so so her real benefit eight hundred eight hundred and fifty but she took it at age sixty two so we're looking at a discounted benefit and so scared is gonna say what we're not gonna that discount that she took which was like three or four hundred dollars a month her full retirement age benefit would have been about eleven or twelve hundred dollars a month her full retirement age better is higher than what the spousal benefit would have been at full retirement age it's just not gonna come out and work this way yeah so they're they're gonna give it a higher of her benefits or the different we're losing her benefits and the but her different her benefit at certain times they're not going to rate that discount she took for taking here's early is not going to go away because she's they can espousal now estes what happens when you take it early so okay a stems devin planner let's go to jim bruce in sandy go high bruce good morning john so i have a couple of questions about the 60day rule on uh ira rollovers um i got creative and uh purchased a house in uh december took money out of a roth ira uh i went uh directly from my roth ira uh company uh um brokerage uh to the escrow for the home uh is that the if i as long as i replaced that money within the sixty days is the fact that it's going to the escrow as opposed to my bank account going to cause any problems not at all i mean they kind of said it directly neiland you wrote a check to the ask you just say the step is still a distribution the irs doesn't care where the money went uh they they care that it did go and it did leave the.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT
"Of the shops they have three locations in west phoenix in peoria surprise and goodyear at essen this tire they have a comprehensive line of tires and many different brands of the same size no matter what you want a wheelbarrow tire or a huge industrial tractor or a farm tractor they've got tires for that but what essen this tire really is good for as you take your car in and they will give you three prices for good better best set of tyres and then that way you can decide what you want to spend nef you're going to keep the car forever you might want it the batter or the best but if it's a lease oh you're going to sell it maybe you just want the good so the idea is that they can fluctuate the pricing in the quality and in give you what you want they also do they'll balance your tires and they do it alignment suspension work which is all related to tire wear so it's kind of a one tire shop that's sns tire peoria surprise and goodyear 602 508 '09 sixty six of two five await '09 sixty a little earlier we were talking about i'm where someone had gone in and and recommended five thousand seven hundred and thirty two dollars worth of repairs let's kinda go over this the the vibration the he ended up having fixed was a he's coming down the hill and when he applies is breaks the car shakes but the minute he applies the brakes the car shakes and when he let's go the cart quits shaken that never is motor mouths nam and so that they they say that the all three of the engine mouths are broken a hand the bill on all those isn't that is almost 19 hundred dollars for threeengine mounts and all the labor think what would have happened in this was a break roeder problem and this wasn't a motor mount so if he would have authorize almost two thousand dollars with an engine mounts and he would come back now from peisan it would have been hit there have been trouble because they wouldn't fixed his problem yeah then you start talking about the compliance rushing that are cracked what what tell me what you think about the word cracked call i mean i think the bush things in general in our industry everybody has such a different spectrum of when they should be replaced i mean we see you know ones that come in that.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Where your job only averaging twenty six with eighty hours a week will with with eighty hours every two does not computer does not give you an you're also someone who described herself as a survivor yet i just like on seventy year olds back in a my age they knew both paris they needed a pair they needed a support system when i got kicked out a muster house i had no one theme no no no served no help no no wanna call i had to figure it out after survival mall when nothing money no phone boom like is is is certain skills that you that you pick up when you have to live a certain type way when you are faced with the the complications that your face will when you're homeless is either make it happen or is now go have yeah our show you want to add something here go ahead yes yes you definitely learn survival skills how to eat on a dollar you know how do i go to store and feed my son and myself when i actually have a dollar okay we should pass by who cracked among vomits sense go some wants to let us use the microwaves so that we can we can have dinner that night i view literally you learn the skills that make you very resilient and um when you do finally it back on your feet you know you'll be able to to live but once you go back to where you're talking about the rent san francisco is where i work and the right for a studio in the tenderloin it's 19 hundred dollars a month and that's in the studio studio where you're walking out in someone's shooting drugs right for your space in your child's face that's how much people are paying and like you know um yes you have to make three times that income in order to live and that type of environment you know that's the craziness about risks and the bay area says very well resilience thank you for being with us appreciate you telling the story here on forum this morning good luck to you thank you so much in let's listen so two years homeless works to parttime jobs as a catering uber has fouryearold son and a master's in social work you may wanna add your own thoughts are your own stories to this discussion we welcome you to the program you can call us and.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And the pads anyway without further do we have assisting and you'll pining in analyzing none other than christie lee mcnally executive director of a free or internet it's a nonprofit organization who's mig today is actually to educate citizens in the sick about the secret war detect left has been waging on citizens of the internet for about two decades while the way she was also the main statewide director for donald trump for president two thousand sixteen she's here to chat about the need to debunk the less narrative that russian ads on facebook only help republicans christie lee mcnally good to have you on board i'll give us some more on this in what ways can you give when offering examples as to how it is these russian ads did not only help the republicans retake well i i think last week we what we got out of those hearings on capitol hill um you know is that even when he talked to beat the twitter facebook google um the biggest thing that came out of it was that a lot of the ads were actually targeted towards um uh anti trump in um people and they were targetted after the election um and so that was that was um kind of a bombshell you know they everybody had always said oh you know all these fake news ads and all of this stuff i came from russia you know helped uh trump win the election and they were anti hillary when in fact when they brought out the examples of the add that were bought and paid for by russian quote unquote russian ties uh they were not um you know pearl uh trump they're actually anti trump the other thing that was very interesting was the dollar and out um when you look at the two campaigns combined days spent eighty one million dollars on uh internet ads and when the uh companies like facebook were asked how much was spent uh between those russian ties um you're talking a hundred thousand dollars um so league one hundred thousand dollars use w in other words it may have slightly assisted the gop when looking at the rim the measures of financial reality it's not a spitting it's not a it barely a drop in the bucket juxtaposed the millions put forward by the other two campaigners well nikki if you break it down you you look at the battleground save that's uh you know in wisconsin that was basically 19 hundred dollars in michigan eight hundred dollars in pennsylvania three hundred dollars.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"There's a gun is not at the top spot to be it is in the unemployment out there in i don't know the rouge regulations with that but the bambi schmunity warm benefits when dramatic it's laid off one with thing we are one would think uh show in where those are two examples of people that uh you know were one is done the sixty yona done a better job of planning that has a sixty six euro and so it can do more but regardless of what your situation is uh there's probably something better that you had thought about right as far as putting everything together yup i don't know that makes you laugh we had a couple of came in in the time with a hadn't played well anna out there were exaggerating they work may they had not planned well now he had twenty nine hundred saved up she had 19 hundred dollars yes okay or they said urge on the show and uh you know came in for you to work you magic owners mango and i should good imagine we used keep working people working keep working put money in the 401 k play although had an ira quit put money in an ira bill up a shaving yes account for free as say 'cause you're not going to be able to save your way into meth this late no into.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"Often somebody if you're driving in a car you've got the remains of a loved one in your car you can use the carpool lane has been verified with the chp deliberately that awful not only that know i leave it though i don't talk about that skeleton you got near tara sought at the other day we'll give it a try i have their because it amuses me figure he looks yes have gotten screwed looks miles thumbs up that sort of thing 'cause you're driving with a deceased burt you're crazy murthy for a murderer the news now marshall of l look at it added tax reform with the gop arguing one major change is really a matter of fairness they are arguing that for years people who live in low tax states mainly run by republicans have been subsidising those in the high tax faith controlled by democrats outrageous what about fair is racism sexism thought says democrat new york there's no good defence foreign so i'm just gonna the run stuff of flagpole tops at a democrat of new york said chuck schumer's does scrapping the state and local tax deduction though put drive of taxes in his state by 19 hundred dollars that's a lot of money added pockets of middleclass in upper middleclass new yorkers whose whose fault is that plo spates what are you got them villain avoids go in shock lane you've been voting against those things i'm sure as a new yorker even haranguing the governor and the legislature to be more fiscally irresponsible and conservative shirt chuck who you man this doesn't have a chance of surviving this portion of it several of the blue states in question are the biggest states with a lot of congress people soya i don't know i it's funny this is a great test of principle verses practical uh well of the you know the personal interest there's there's no way people in in small government responsible states should subsidize the big fat bloated corrupt before news of the country but i sure as how hope they do the kate stanley murder trial is beginning.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Want to wait until you know that was a july apply that's fine and you will be eligible now if you apply and start receiving your if you retire at that point and start receiving your state teacher retirement pension then you're going to have a problem now you're gonna be subject to the government pence announced that but if you're gonna keep working your full retirement age you're not the the two months before you reach for retirement age not working you're not receiving anything you elect the monthly benefit option and then what she gets you get the full retirement ages no earnings limitations you're not receiving your pension you will be eligible for that spouse will benefit that's a great idea while you keep working just understand that once you quit working and you start receiving your teacher retirement pension you're going to be you know have an issue you with the government pension offset of their for pension is more than maybe '18 '19 hundred dollars a month you thousand dollars a month get a spouse retired of their goes the benefit while you're still working hey get some free money cabinet that were slowing what is it if it's about to grant a month i think his bout were wiped south the spouse about that because the the pensions are going to what they're going to do we are going to use the pension that are gonna take twothirds of the pension and reduce your social security benefits that you're receiving fraudulous spouses work record by a dollar for dollar amount equal to twothirds of your pension but that's only once you start receiving the pension mmhmm they actually have to be getting it if you're still working your your full retirement age there's no earned income offs that's you you're not receiving the pension there's no government pension assets you can get the money get the full amount so is probably a very good idea as you said professor of law she's to earn forty five thousand dollars in the first six months of the year she could actually start receiving that benefit of january yeah because it's.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You apply for your old benefit at seventy and that does make a lot of stuff now eddie seventy will he be able to apply for a spouse will benefit from your work record the we fed out with his pension is his the oath his purse his well he he gets wealthiest at 500 on our social security was 500 he is just as he's collecting most of his benefits from his ohio persistent my so to the extent that he has a ohio public employees retirement system pension where he did not pay in the security in excess of what is that now that eighteen '19 hundred dollars a month he's not going to get a spouse or a time of because the spousal retirement benefit that he would collect would be reduced by twothirds of his pension is pension is 1800 1200 will be reduced the basle better for from your work record is like you said you're always armitage benefit was 24 44 so you're the sponsor benefits twelve twenty two well if it's a little more than 8000 dollars he's not getting anything his first touch he's going to be hit by the the uh government pension asta so yes apply for the spouse will benefit and depending upon his peasant if its pensions under you know 1800 dollars or so yeah seventy you could get a little bit from note with more than five rac been receiving five hundred dollars a month so it's unlikely that he will ever get a spouse will retire of the half of the you you might get a survivor benefits with bullets turned out to deal with that as the time soon but yes apply for your benefit fly for a spouse will benefit now yeah i'd probably a good idea see the whole thing with this the the the monkey redskins thrown in when you have these things like you know public employees retirement system benefits a pension benefits once you start receiving them from jobs where he didn't pay of the social security system now she did mention that she had the same pension way way by casted in than lump sum but.
"19 hundred dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Eight eight eight nine eight eight josh that's triple eight nine eight eight j o s h now let's get back in the huddle with the financial quarterback gosh jilin ski the financial quarterback taking your calls next caller gave you're on with josh jilin ski and jordan goodman who were giving his book away to schedule scheduled keeping obligation review eight nine at a josh go ahead jordan um damn about twelve years ago i had a i stylish my role over ira and i it most of my stocks with at twenty four different mutual funds have almost doubled in the twelve years except for two which i could give you the names of the family but there in the gold mutual funds they with regionally would down more than fifty percent over the years they've come up a little bit now and i'm just wondering if you think i should maybe hold on to them now i would hold on to them because of what scar on the world gold is have a big move i'm a gold got down to about eleven two hundred dollars an ounce knots about 1320 at the peak in two thousand levels by 19 hundred dollars an ounce so you can see it kim way down it's come back up and i i would hold on to it developed without bigger part of your portfolio but with what's going of north korea in all these things around the world i think gold's gonna be coming back so that going to mutual fund proudly as owning gold mining shares which of leverage to goal so as gold goes up those go up even more so i i would hang onto the dave the the other thing i would look at dave is i would want to see what that gold fund is in and there are many different gold funds n e t s n so if.