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"a. n." Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Do there are times where all eat entire meal will be sunflower seeds. It sounds horrible I know but there are times where else sounds good and that's what I have, and that's what I eat. But. We all can do a much better job on what we eat. So let me throw out some ideas for you and I will include. Some links and the show notes to articles related to these things, and I'll also put some of these lists them out individually in the show notes that you'll have them. But here are some ways. That you as a man can begin to eat healthier again. Don't try and tackle all this at once one step at a time one baby step at a time. That's how things are going to get better. That's how they're going to improve. That's how it worked for me. I'm fairly certain. That's how it's GonNa work for you. So number one, no processed food. If you buy it in a box don't eat. It does the simplest way to put it. Another way to put it is if you can't pronounce the ingredients, you probably shouldn't put them in your mouth. What I told my kids as they were growing up the best foods to eat have one ingredient. I'm letting that sink in. One ingredient foods best way to go. All. Right. Number to. Vary your protein sources so When it comes to getting protein, don't make it exclusively red meat or chicken or fish you can go to things like. Even. You know a high quality organic. Peanut butter you can go to certain legumes you can go to There's Peas. As in Pea protein, there are lots of different sources, believe it or not Broccoli. And I mentioned spinach a moment ago. Those are two excellent sources of protein. So. Where you get your protein from does make a big difference and varying it as well. That's one thing. I know I need to do a better job. is to vary the sources of my team. Number. Three. If you eat yogurt I'm not saying you have to but do. Go with Greek plane. Yes. You hear me correctly P. L. A. N. Plain Greek yogurt if you need for it to have a better taste because plain Greek.
"a. n." Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I think eighteen and she never said that for some reason pro because my English was not good but I was trying right NC's band we got merry and now we have three kids it was great and the thousand six we moved to BC you know because things were going well and I was excited to try something new in I found this construction job that was paying a lot more than if I was just not a cook so that was great you know I took the job even though I did have I have that much experience with construction companies sell my potential they do so that I could do more than just be a service dial your so the same need to school so I can learn how to read blueprints and for me I start seeing the potential to be something else than just a cook in the kitchen something professional where I can be the superintendent the company and I can run projects and I feel good everything was going well you know I thank the projects where I actually was finishing before schedule on the budget working my **** off and I feel like yeah bonuses were coming in this is great so we bought our house in two thousand seven A. N. and then you know we had a baby everything was going so well but in two thousand eight I got laid off when the economy was really.
"a. n." Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Best practices planned but then when you look at just the unique nature of football with you know with training camps opening there's gonna be ninety people you know I'm not in a typical year ninety players packed into a locker room A. N. and then you have all the support staff you know the day and it's a divisional support staff in training camp with you know for more interns in seasonal workers I mean all this stuff that you have to consider I I just don't know how they're going to do it and I mean that's a yeah I I just don't know how they're going to do it what what kind of benchmarks they're looking for that wall forced them to change direction in and do something else so I it's it's a really difficult thing to to gauge of where this is going it just what you know what what is that the downside is that the league is willing to just roll through and go okay yeah we knew that this was gonna happen we're just going to put our head down and keep right on going and yeah we haven't heard anything about this on the football side but you know when you look at whether it's coaches or players your players with young kids players with elderly parents or grandparents that that the either deal that they're always around they're gonna be players who opt out of this season and say you know Hey I'm A. B. I've made enough money in this game maybe it's it's not that important for me I'm not going to prioritize my job over my family so I just like to get it you don't take a backseat here in twenty twenty and and try again in twenty twenty one I don't know that that will happen but it certainly wouldn't surprise me if there's a pretty good percentage of players who decide you'll for family reasons to just forego this season that's true of all sports not just the NFL gonna make individual choices now to the the the the breaking of bones the Jones fracture the wrist injury for Richie and they have to assume we're gonna start on time and I think right now the date is July the twenty eight subject to change but in light of these two injuries and let's not even talk about the regular season but just the functionality a training camp Matt and their overall composition of the wide receiver room which they're really young anyway the only veteran that group is Travis Benjamin and he's coming back from injury throughout his career as well do you think they'll do do you think they're gonna have to go outside of the roster to add a wide receiver or two in light of the Devo and the Richie injury I would think so right now they have can healthy wide receivers on the team yeah I think that probably what would happen is I don't know that there's any great rush to go sign someone today or tomorrow the other guys the guys who are out there are are still out there and it it might be just a camp body you know kind of they use the you call that the fourth quarterback in the fifth quarter back during training camp the camp arm it might be more camp legs that they're looking for for a wide receiver just kind of take some of the wear and tear off the other ten guys you know maybe it's a guy like me that's a veteran guy like Jordan Matthews came in last year that Taylor Gabriel still out there probably somebody who would have had some knowledge of Palestinian scheme that that can just kind of step in and you can just pick up you know where where the player left off as far just knowing what he's doing so I I don't know that it's a it's a huge priority to get somebody who's going to stick with the team now that might change if if after they can get their hands on devos similar Richie James and they see that yup there if there's any kind of sat back but I'd say right now I would not expect them to go out and get somebody of of great significance who would be you know who would be able to crack into the into the rotation a wide receiver John you're saying no Antonio brown course he would you know what you want team chemistry itself is all the more I live in you know exactly what you're getting with the guy from minute to minute I mean he's he's the guy I want to ask you to pull you gotta remove yourself we try to remove herself a little bit from this but it's it's big pulled a day today it's always been pulled away and it's one hundred days without sports one hundred days without sports first time in American history the big four I have not been played for this long so your answer would be the following how are you holding up first answer going crazy without sports second answer is miss it but I'm okay three is I've rediscovered my family our four don't miss sports at all so as a sports fan just a particular forty Niners cap off from it as a sports fan how would you answer that question you know I I would say I think it's the second one maybe what is it but I mean I miss I miss it but maybe I don't miss it as much as I thought I would be I found other things to kind of preoccupy myself so yeah I mean I he added I definitely miss it but not not like I thought I would if you told me you know a year ago Hey this is what's going to happen I would have been like all my god I don't know if I could survive that but I'm surviving in your of your big baseball fan for those who don't know your big giants fan obvious you're you're a hoops fan St Mary's fan so we your sports guy outside of the outside of the Niners too right yeah I like yeah I I I do I like I do like sports I enjoy you're going to get go I enjoy even when the giants are horrible going to games yeah having a beer and you know watching a ballgame so yeah I know I diet choice a lot but they are making sourdough bread you know that stereotypical I am yelled my family is I have a much higher opinion of my family that they have the B. during this time I don't know how many times I've been told how annoying I am to be around yes which I I I was the same age as your child I know how that works yeah and I'm like I can't argue with them because I am annoying I'm around myself I think I'm around myself more often it during these times in the last three months that I've been around myself ever yeah yeah the yeah I know I see where they're coming from I am really at all so it is a sour dill sauce sour you know Sam say can't make the game for any reason we do is shower gel mask could you jump into the customs in Florida and I don't know I could do it I can do it I'll bring you some some sourdough starter over to your house correct I love the mildest trusted over the the most you'll be he alligators don't look at it again while their anger out there is there a test for cove and that's right many thanks man we was appreciated to stay well talk too soon okay sounds good thanks for having our don't maiocco Matt maiocco I have not I've not to divulge it more cookie no I I I used to smoke a lot more I need a lot more meat that put a lot of vegetables on there and things like that I I haven't told you more on the smoker but but not not in the baking I have not I have not going to be making at the now the U. K. government night I mean it does okay that does sound good the Serra bread but many love on the low carb thing you can't do that I.
"a. n." Discussed on KNST AM 790
"S. T. A. N. seven I. art radio station on the agree I'm Chris foster fox news president trump and Joe Biden both say they're against the idea of defunding police departments to spend more money on other things that may make communities safer there are plans in Minneapolis Los Angeles and New York City at least so far to cut police budgets other apartments may seem more reform in New York state the repeal of a decades old law that protects police disciplinary records from being made public is one of the measures being overhauled by the New York State Legislature that law known as fifty eight is one of four pieces of legislation being considered and governor Andrew Cuomo says he will sign it New York state will take this legislative action and I hope it then becomes a model for other states to follow police unions are against repealing fifty A. and say it could jeopardize officer safety state lawmakers passed a bill yesterday banning chokehold by police and are also considering a bill that would require state police to wear body cameras in New York City Tanya powers fox news the man whose death led to nationwide protests and all this talk of police reform George Floyd is buried today in Texas president trump has a conspiracy theory about a seventy five year old man who hit his head was bleeding from his ear during a protest in buffalo New York last week two police officers are suspended the president tweets buffalo protester shot by police could be an antifa provocateur he fell harder than was pushed a communications breakdown on the Korean peninsula North Korea saying it's cutting off all communications channels with South Korea including hot lines between the countries militaries and leaders the north blaming the move on south Korean activists flying critical leaflets across the border sank the riffraff for carrying out its host star alliance bill's career has repeatedly seven hotlines before in times of tension South Korea saying it's will continue to strive for peace and prosperity Simon knowing fox news America's listening to fox news the state health director is advising hours hospital after the lands following a spike in covert nineteen cases in a letter dated Saturday Dr cara Christ also advises hospitals to reduce or suspend elective surgeries to insure adequate bed capacity last week the governor said an increasing cases was expected after his stay at home order was lifted secretary of state Katie Hobbs once a Confederate monument at the state capitol to be removed she wants it placed in the capitol museum for long term storage I'm Donny G. K. N. S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk this report is sponsored by Zeke will yours these from the casino del sol the soul the Tucson traffic center ten westbound between Palo Verde and Kino parkway has on and off slowing River Road from thorny Dale to oracle's gonna take it eighteen minutes mission road north of our whole way watch from the destruction on the roadway Kinney both directions north the gates pass road construction work going on that's a look at the roads we're all feeling the weight of covert nineteen but for kids in poverty around the world things are becoming desperate join compassion international.
"a. n." Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The hour on news radio WFLA A. N. joining us right now is Lisa Campos old good old buddy of mine here with the Chievo community ambassador race against the clock to help local food banks and Lucette nice to talk to you again hi Jack good morning everybody yeah we used to work together ko ko M. C. the that's right the war awards graduation you've got I'd be more hero award yeah that was because I became more in that year gained about twenty pounds anyway tell us about the achieve a community well the a race against the clock to help the local food banks yeah it's really wonderful what a tear credit union is doing enough they donated thirty thousand dollars early on in this coronavirus crisis to the food bank and the need is so great and that's the thing becomes weeks turn into months they have started the campaign where if they can raise two hundred thousand dollars from the community from members they will match it dollar for dollar so the goal is to raise a total of four hundred and thirty thousand dollars and so far they are at the ninety four thousand mark and you know it's a really big deal the food banks there are six in the area that will benefit from this and they're watching it very closely and they are you know relying on those dollars to be able to keep food on the shelf to distribute to families yeah and the the food banks distributed to a lot of different organizations or through those organizations to see that people who need it get to vote yeah absolutely I mean we're talking about six different food bank in six different counties you know in in doing the research for for the interview today for example the folks at RCS in Pinellas county one of the big banks that will receive funds from this about twenty percent of the families coming in during this time I have never received food from their food bank before this is the first time and they're saying that with donations down they are likely possibly to run out of food in about three weeks so they are watching this fundraising very closely I also talked to the folks that one community now the food bank that will benefit in Pasco county and they are providing about eight hundred people with food a hundred and fifty bags of groceries every week and you know we're not talking about steaks from burns I mean we're talking about cereal oatmeal beans rice pasta peanut butter jelly and sometimes they're able to put in fresh fruit and vegetables so your dollar is going to some very basic need for these families desperately need yeah and if you have a company that can afford it or if you as an individual can afford it this is a good place to put your money for sure and police said is there a place where I can get more information on this absolutely they.
"a. n." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You A. N. and folks I I do want to if you look at this graph I want to point out that it still looks going up at a very xcelerated eight it's not Pete it's not heading down in fact yesterday we had the highest number of of individual cases and today we had a very high number second highest number which was higher than two days ago yes they might have an anomaly but today was several higher than two days ago so don't worry I know everyone's suffering I know everyone's cooped up I know this is a terrible time in many ways especially well really for everybody and yes but but I should say especially those who are without income or without a job but we gotta keep we had to keep at it for a little bit longer and I am encouraged that the governor has announced efforts to get the state to twenty thousand tests per day in a couple weeks and that the state will be doing the contract tracing contact tracing that a commission more just described in addition to our local efforts and the reason why that's important is that obviously we have to figure out how to slowly and safely restart the economy and if you look at countries that have successfully done so this is what they do they do testing they do tracing and for those who are sick or are quarantined for fourteen weeks they were exposed to somebody was sick and if you wear gloves and a mask etcetera etcetera then you can go back to work appropriately not in all cases but slowly this is going to be re opened and that's obviously a good thing if we can do it safely but it's also the case that we haven't won and in fact not only are we not one it's still getting worse here in Cincinnati significantly worse actually the numbers are going up at a faster rate than it had been a couple weeks ago so hopefully we're near the peak but we have no idea yet if we're there and we're not heading down so please continue to physically distance if we stick at that if we stick to that next couple weeks hopefully we will see the numbers start to decline and and that coupled with two weeks from now having the ability to twenty thousand tests a day plus tracing you know hopefully will give us a line at the end of the tunnel I want to give a huge thank you to Procter gamble who donated nine fifty five gallon drums of hand sanitizer this week pretty awesome these drums are being placed at key city facilities provide protection for our front line workers I would also like to thank Procter and gamble for working with United Way to get face masks to organizations that need them also our sister city new Taipei witches and Taiwan graciously donated face shields isolation gowns and face masks this is incredibly generous from our sister city and we are thankful for their donation which is I've I I believe a deep reflection of our longstanding friendship with new type I am thrilled to announce that three CDC and thirteen organizations have announced a second round of the cincy card connection give card matching program for this weekend the last round raised a.
"a. n." Discussed on 1075 KZL
"N. A. N. L. little morning listen more interesting how are you thank you yes the workers she yes we actually I drive for you already the way you banter back and forth in hold area Katie in the morning one oh seven five KCL what thank this the strings this warning one oh seven five KZN hi Megan I don't know this but he's a part time professor and he's smart to the rest of us with his master's degree whatnot puts on a face all the time and what not prove that.
"a. n." Discussed on 1075 KZL
"D. N. A. N. L. little morning listen the N. and then when you guys make me late every day out where you guys are hilarious in the morning one oh seven five KCL C. it is thank I think so both thank you please it seems so source so thank you interesting enough stuff thank you thank the you.
"a. n." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Drive that was B. A. N. A. N. A. S. it's unbelievable some of things out there so we still got you covered there are traffic issues out there but again this is it this is changed the game when it comes to traffic and I think going forward now and we see it in the building here I don't know if folks if you listen at home you're now working at home or you're you're at the office and you're actually driving home now how different is at your site your work site know that you know depending on what kind of business yeah but just in our little radio and TV world here it's a ghost town now right I mean absolute ghost town and I think one we come out of this whether it could be they said today they have July or September yeah all the latest in the fall yeah July August I've I forgot what month was hit with you he just I just paid August so much later so I street is they could they could this could continue till July or August the month after September that I think once we do come out of this managers and owners and and things are going to look like like if you're the boss of the of the building here at day WSB radio Chuck god forbid that ever happened if we can a functioning like this with so few people in the office yeah when we get out of this right I mean the the work from home numbers I'm gonna shoot up they have to write it I would think so this is a clarifying moment in industry in the United States and perhaps globally that well we don't need everyone to come into the office you know that like the sales staff there's no one in sales right now right this this is it sails when my bona good friends Tracy in sales shoes she tax me she's a neighbor she's like Hey can you grab the stuff on my desk they are not coming in as they have you know absolutely but like that I mean they're still doing the work they're doing it from home I think this is this is gonna be a change and hopefully for the positive when we get out of this is the fact that this is eye opening we can do a lot of things on Skype we get a lot of things that email we could do a lot of things over the phone and and long term I think that's gonna be that could be better for our mental health could be better for traffic the environment what have you like who wouldn't want to if your nine to five slap and I I don't mean that derogatory but you are not a five person and you're getting to work from home right now sure there's some drawbacks but it died I would imagine it's a better life they need and having to sit in traffic for an hour and a half every day so I think that I think looking back this is gonna be a seminal moment where where future generations are released with as we get older we'll tell our grandkids you know great below T. tell me about the cold virus and my great aunt you know you don't say no I think we've reached that point today maybe even yesterday was the point where it's like okay this isn't like I vaguely remember the swine flu yeah I vaguely remember some like a bowl every I know of it I remember the story but nothing was altering life altering that I can remember like this is like this is you know nine eleven when when the word blinds it to get gas and they they jacked the gas prices up to ten dollars a gallon or we had a gas shortage here in Atlanta because of something something that type line brightline broke and I had to drive to making to get gas like those are those are game changing life changing things and I think we have now reached the point where even if it if coronavirus gets cured a week you know hopefully does but if it gets cleared a week we changed our lives so dramatically and so quickly that even if not another person dies another person gets sick that we're still gonna be like twenty twenty me and that was that changed things forced change things force so your thoughts on that four oh four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred W. S. B. talk we are here we are all live we are all local and will be with you today in the PM I want to do it the second hour do you wanna have some fun we're usually do movie Monday and on Monday so we're gonna do that but I want to do the quarantine version of moving Monday because all we can long I've seen on social media people like Hey I'm I'm stuck at home for the next eighteen days minimum what can I watch on TV what movies so we'll do a quarantine version of movie Monday and the chick fillet it's close all its inside restaurants to the drive thru on the way to how the show today the helmet location and if the law at the drive through line was long because no one can go in but move quickly cal's margin channel two's doing a story on how fast food restaurants are dealing with the coronavirus shut down and of course we'll have Johnny kill bosses with a fast review that being said I hope you're okay I appreciate you listening whether it be in your car or at home on Amazon Alexa or your WSP radio app will keep you informed and entertained no matter what we're gonna keep you informed and entertained here on the market and show and.
"a. n." Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A. N. and for the latest updates on the corona virus please tune to our sister station WCBS eight eighty A. M. or ten ten wins hello can baseball and the fan get ready to Adrian just talking baseball Major League Baseball they shut the game down but it's not the first time that's happened back in October nineteen eighty nine the earth shook for seventeen seconds just minutes before the start of the third game of the World Series in candlestick park in San Francisco for those of us who were there it seems like seventeen minutes the Loma Linda earthquake killed sixty three people injured more than four thousand and because roughly six billion dollars in damage like now decisions needed to be made the responsibility for how baseball should conduct itself in the wake of this catastrophe fell to the commissioner as now we welcome the commissioner from then back to ed Randall's talking baseball Fay Vincent great to have you on the back on the shelf thank you for being with me and I'm always glad to be with you happy Sunday there and to you once the NBA led the way shutting down did you see baseball doing the same as inevitable yeah I think there is a certain inevitability I don't think that anybody can stand up to their heard here and I think everybody was running for a safe patch look I'm very sympathetic and it bring a lot of people together when you don't know exactly what their characteristics of this virus are going to be as a very aggressive step and I think the public health officials really wanted to quarantine as many people as they could keep them away from contaminating each other and so it's a very prudent but very cautious step in it a Judas just how real the crisis had become when we heard the news that the NBA was the first in suspending it season and if this is really a yep about a potential slow motion eight I I hate to use the word but potential catastrophe well I think I you know I'm an old man that is so I tend to view things somewhat historical a lot when baseball in the beginning of World War two went to the president he told them to continue playing the game you want baseball to shut down because he realized that baseball and sports and entertainment and and a diversion was very important to keep in the country on course we've obviously made a different decision different health circumstances people don't really understand what the contagion may be there's different leadership in the white house and so I think this is a very unsettled time I'm unsettled myself I mean I and so devout and my worship of baseball I really I don't know how to behave now I can't watch a game this afternoon even though it's spring training I know that the season's band postponed and and the uncertainty is very hard for the American public to deal with because we spend so much time and energy as there are politicians in trying to eliminate on the server who could have predicted this the country was riding along all sorts of economic work and they sure were terrific and now we're facing some really tough maybe some very tough times and we don't know we don't know whether to be very very concerned or whether that be optimistic there I think back to what Roosevelt said that the start of the depression the only thing we have to fear is fear itself says.
"a. n." Discussed on 1075 KZL
"No it's him progressive casualty insurance company affiliates discounts not available in all states or situations D. N. A. N. L. little morning listen now and I love you guys I really like in between well really easy J. stand on the call I like how the personalities sharing Katie in the morning on one oh seven five KCL and third straight ahead to distract for one member of the show thank you know we are in the morning I had the number one hit music station one seven five PZL in turn to spread word his second rap in six months hello but for a rapper yeah you know what you got all you could out of bomb like Squidward.
"a. n." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"So good inside people on the fence over this whole the whole time changing because of changing the clocks tonight A. N. I don't care I mean I know Terry Meiners big bone he can't wait for the time to change because when he leaves the studio it's finally live out again and I was talking to someone at lunch about that yesterday the like that it's the sunset will be know what seven fifty something I am very happy because I get off work at five yeah it used to be dark when I left the house so now I'm happy it's going to be like it's gonna be like longer I can do some hiking after work or something so yes it'll be nice it will be nice for a lot of people's denture start to warm up and of course with the warming temperatures in the time change come what they called March madness that's right in a basketball play continues at the Ohio valley conference tournament in Evansville today last night top seeded Belmont Belmont sentiment for CT eastern Kentucky home with the sixty to fifty when the colonels conclude the season at sixteen and seventeen the Bruins now advance to face second seeded Murray stated disposed of number three seed Austin P. seventy three to sixty one that on twenty four points from Tevin brown so it'll be Belmont Murray state tonight on ESPN two at seven o'clock for the OVC championship last night the Great Lakes valley conference tournament at the southern Indiana screaming eagles literally literally rebounded from two regular season double digit losses development during the regular season they were trailing most of the game last night but rallied to beat the knights seventy six to seventy three they out rebounded belum in thirty eight to nineteen in the game that's not going to get it done Bellamy now well the division to NC double a selection show Sunday at ten thirty Bellman was ranked sixth in the most recent regional poll and eight teams from the Midwest will get into the big dance meanwhile today coming up at eleven thirty here on newsradio eight forty W. H. S. Kentucky closes out its regular season that at Florida Tom leach and Mike Pratt will have the call fall by Matt Jones who will take your calls afterwards on the Kentucky Anna Toyota dealers U. K. post game show coach John Calipari being named one of the Naismith college coach of the year semi finalists he's group together with ten other coaches in spoke yesterday with reaction to that that racist video that appeared in which athletics director Mitch Barnhart band that member from ever attending another U. K. event coach cal asked about that incident I didn't see the video I would just tell you that using a racial slur is unacceptable in any setting in any time so I did not watch video and there you have it meanwhile took three global is also closing out the regular season on the road at number twenty two Virginia it's very interesting in the A. C. C. both local Florida state are tied at fifteen and four top the standings with Bo Duke and Virginia one game behind at fourteen and five Infor will head coach Chris Mack he's keeping his eye on seven one two hundred and forty three pound redshirt junior forward Jay Huff Huff is very unique for for a guy over seven feet tall he can do it on the perimeter you know stretches your five way in a way out and then at the same time you know he's got a great touch around the basket you know he's got an extension it's hard to get to so forcing his catches love it further out is important not getting stretched out on ball screens we set some Saudis not standing alone by himself shooting threes Paul Rodgers add Jody doubling will be court sided John Paul Jones arena no not named after the leads up one basis we went through this last hour we'll do it again next worker person actually called the related to lives no the university of Virginia does not have ties to John Paul Jones the basis for be kind of cool if it did I I give the guy credit I would ask the same question no doubt about it medically Paul Rodgers and Jordy gambling will be court side starting at two thirty and seven ninety W. Carey also closing out the regular season today or the Indiana Hoosiers as they host Wisconsin and they of course are on that tournament bubble so they need every when they can get in quickly before we get out here let's bring you up to speed on what happened in boys high school basketball regional play last night at valley high school it was Jeffersontown beating north Bullitt seventy one to sixty one Milford creek up ended P. R. P. sixty six to fifty so J. town and fern creek will meet Monday night at seven o'clock for the six the region championship tonight it's seven three template valley Ballard will take on St X. that's a six o'clock tip well number two male will take on eastern the winners will meet also in Tuesday's championship the meat in gypsum also at that so that'll be Tuesday at seven o'clock when we come back we'll get you up to speed on what happened in southern Indiana last night and a lot of action for the girls no doubt about it Jerry bloom coming up with your corona virus at the bottom of the hour update meanwhile let's get a check of your money it is the Bloomberg money.
"a. n." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Into cancer happened have you got a long R. A. N. G. what's the question the question this is about IRA contributions and because the article is you can now make IRA contributions at any age but should you so the secure act so let's let's let's just break this down the secure act passed December twentieth one of those things that it allowed for was the ability at any age for you to contribute to an I. R. A. provided you had earned income right so in the past can when you got to seven and a half you could no longer contribute to higher rates to be any Irish so there there really are there are really three IRA's that are out there now and then and CPA's will tell you that's not accurate but there really are three one is a Roth we pay taxes today on the money we're putting into an are and what we call a contribution I but we never have to pay the taxes we pull it out the second irate is either deductible or not deductible so I call it two different ones right it's deductible if you have if you meet the qualifications right and the qualifications are you have to have earned income and you have to have a limited amount of income you can make too much to qualify and if you actually have a four one K. or retirement plan at work that even makes the restrictions even further all right so that's the deductible Iraq but anybody even if you made a billion dollars a year S. if you had earned income anywhere under seventy and a half you qualified to be able to contribute money to a nondeductible IRA now why would you do that I've I've done it every year since two thousand seven now why would that be because I created and I I'm sure I wasn't the only one but if you go back and look at a lot of the original writing it was mine begin I'm a tech junkie and then work with that slot for a long time I wrote it for his newsletter that we created a concept called the backdoor Roth IRA where you put money into a non deductible IRA and then you're able to convert it to a Roth IRA now there's all sorts of issues called the pro rata rule that we can't go into right now but you know don't don't do this at home right that you know you always need a financial you need somebody who understands this and the rules so be very careful that I put money into a nondeductible IRA every year from R. nine and then I converted to a Roth IRA so there you go so when somebody was working and she and they were seventy two and they had to take money out of their irony right because it required minimum distributions and they couldn't contribute to a Roth IRA okay under the change that came out of the act in two thousand and seventeen if you had a four oh one K. and you were not a majority owner at a meeting on less than five percent of the company you actually could put money in a four one K. if you're eighty five and still working and so the rule change in the secure act kind of evened up if you will the IRA's and and non irate so yes you can't switch and that's kind of relevant to you know we've mentioned before that some believe that people are working longer and longer and so that was actually my other question is can you still contribute up to age seventy two cents people are working longer today and the answer is yes now what are the rules for earned income I mean what's considered earned income and what is not typically anything that you're going to pay social security tax on to remember we have we have essentially two structures of tax we have that and this is where you get into some of these political challenges when you have can you you'll hear people say that over fifty percent of America doesn't pay taxes that is both true and false right and they don't pay taxes at the marginal rate so when I talk about the stair steps and everything else between credits and standard deductions and everything else it is about fifty percent of America who never pays one dime of tax at the marginal rate that doesn't mean that they don't pay tax on social security and unemployment tax so you have seven point six five percent of what comes out of your check every week every two weeks whenever we pay that I put in seven point six five you put in seven point six five six fifteen point three percent so to say that you don't pay taxes if you're a working person is an accurate right I am especially if you're a young person and money's being confiscated out of your checking out every two weeks your time becomes very confusing and then they get a big check back in April they wonder why what happened why right that's I hit the jackpot and yes we try to help people figure that part out but it's essentially anytime you're paying into social security that's deemed an art income so typically rents not farming comes not engines are not so security is not you know you have to do something sweat on the brow okay should you be making IRA contributions or contributing to a taxable account instead it really really really depends we're gonna spend a lot of time I just spent two people to Ted slot training rant and and Solomon and Erin not real mark director of financial planning I just got back from San Francisco in the whole mission was to understand qualified charitable distributions and what happens between seven and a half and seventy two there is no more of a no brainer and my mind in the tax code and doing a QCD and you're over seven and a half whether or not you should contribute to an IRA while doing that it's a whole nother story and it's more than I can really go into on one radio segment because it's it doesn't pertain to the majority view I would just tell you that you're you're going to want to get good counseling good advice on that if it's not simple enough for me to answer on the radio it's not simple enough for most of the people that you're dealing with to actually understand the rules I mean there are some complexities what about like a four oh one K. what if you have an employer that has that matches you up to a certain amount once you reach that do you suggest that people keep contributing there or should you try to open a roster that's a whole nother question and it really gets into that uniqueness that we're we all reside right I mean god made us all differently and and so I would look to see if you had tax diversification if your money was equally divided in three parts between tax deferred tax free and after tax then we look at it from that we look at your four one K. to see what the investment options are inside of it what the expenses are most for one case are are reasonably priced but we still see insurance companies out there that have that is four one Kays said that have names of famous politicians let's just say you know and people are paying a fortune inside of their fees and expenses that would have disappeared with the fiduciary rule which hasn't happened yet but you know so it's it's not as simple as you get your name sorry we you talked about the backdoor Roth what about what is the catch up provision to catch a provision is because we're over fifty ocean say that about you okay engine my engine I may have grabbed waiter from high school the same year and on the front you know if you're if you're under fifty you can put five thousand or six thousand dollars a year into an IRA if you're over fifty you can put in seven it's a catch up provision if you're under fifty you can put eighteen thousand and change a four one K. if you're over fifty you can put twenty five thousand a year something like that I don't have to mess with those individualized number so you know we have people that are for one K. experts that do all that but that's what that catch up provision as it used to be one inside of the four three B. world where as a teacher and and they were one of the few people who could could go back in and and over contribute to their four three be their final couple years of working to get caught up for years when they may not have the income to be able to to go past so can't from from your mortgage side if you see a teacher's income go down dramatically yet they're still teaching the rightly Plano that catch a projection here listen to consider this program I am your host Joe Clark you do this on your own that is your business god bless looking for fiduciary that's our business give us a call a message from D. 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"A. N. most of my joined here momentarily by a Yankee ace Gerrit Cole's gonna join us here fantastic and we weren't sure because of you know we heard that maybe he was a little bit sick but it looks like he's good enough to go grab your chairs no handshakes no not when I shake hands yeah there you go no head six that's share as he joins us now here you know I think even fast balls are really out now we're live on the air by the way a Gerrit Cole's right down that hits it for his own body how are you guys doing good good well how's it first thank you for spring training here in New York it's been a blast it's a bit surreal to go out and play catch with like any padded and then you come in the clubhouse and see Reggie Jackson and I came off the field the other day and Willie Randolph gave me a fist bump and I love my teammates now for sure not to disrespect them at all but it it's it's it's a special it's to one of the kind of violence yeah I mean especially they were chasing you but you are a fan of there's even going back to being a young kid I mean is the expectation of what it's been like match from the baseball stuff and what you maybe thought it be like to be a Yankee I think especially in the meeting we got a good sense of how how casually stranded organization here and you know within the first three or four weeks and I've been here everything is just so pro it's done with attention to detail in a championship mentality and that was the pitch during the meeting and you know it's it's it's lived up to hype you know Garrett there was this there was this thought process when your days as an **** or winding down that that you want to pitch it back at home in southern California and you want to be there that you don't want to pitch on the east coast you know we eat you know that that were you surprised at the I'm sure you heard them you heard the scuttlebutt we surprised at those rumors that kind of game is much foothold as they did but I wasn't surprised because my teammates were very vocal and trying to stir the pot in that sense days also when we when we when we touch down in Anaheim after that for half hour flight four times a year you know I always rise everybody telling them the this is the best place to live in small this fresh sea air as off the plane exciter and the weather's perfect and all those things are true family was a big consideration but we had our family on board and as far as you know when we were looking at clubs geography is a variable it's not the only variable and as far as the checklist of winning and I were looking for in an organization the Yankees checked the most boxes by far I mean have you smelled the air coming off the East River it's basically the same as the president that's nice this is garbage data everyday's garbage or something about how we.
"a. n." Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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N. is the ticker symbol bagel centenary seen them they have a the the the kind of logo is in red like the Red Bank just like TD is the green bank and here well yeah I got a six point three percent dividend yield and it's a four dollar stock approximately however is there around four dollars and ten cents and it's a it's actually Spanish bank even though you see it all over the United States are and this is this is a great little fact here they have three times as many retail branch networks as bank of America and there's one point five trillion dollars in total assets but this stock has been down because of course Latin America's been weak Spanish banks their problem in their profits just keeps offering with Europe brexit concerns so I love this one I think it's great and bankers intern there is making some strong inroads into Eastern Europe in Poland and of course they're strong in Chile Mexico the next stock that's under ten dollars you're not gonna believe this one black berry B. be your member blackberry many of you had a blackberry James did you have a blackberry yeah it's pretty much all I had and till I got a galaxy they until I found a galaxy took over okay so everyone had one right everyone had blackberries I wonder what happened to all the blackberries like if there's some kind of like dump somewhere where there's like millions of blackberries but you'd be surprised blackberry first of all so baby again is the is the symbol so you're thinking why would I recommend this six dollar and approximately fifty cents stock well blackberry has some kind of incredible subsidiaries and one is especially important today given what's going on in the way wars are fought and what's happening with corporations and not company are the subsidiaries cold silence at cyber security and the use of artificial intelligence and with artificial intelligence they're able to I guess head off would be the best way to put it does like internet transmitted malware viruses the invasions that we get that's really important and they know their stuff into Canadian company and they had that first mover advantage but Tara we've seen that so much in life I'm sure that there was some ice cream company that came before dairy queen and there was some hamburger company that came before McDonald's and they just figured out a way to do it better certainly I guess this is like VHS versus DVD when it comes to the actual blackberry but but to have these divisions otherwise queue an axis is black berries software for automotive they call infotainment systems so I guess that's the visual that you see when you turn your car on and everyone has that now in the new cars so I would take a look at blackberry BB and also these are these are great companies to trade because they're nice and cheap are they the jump around a lot so if you want to buy a thousand shares are you know you can you can you can get in and out real quick and you can make a few hundred dollars in a day and you're kind of protected on the down side because I think they're good companies here's another one Calumet specialty products C. L. M. T. C. L. M. T. again go to Hillary Kramer dot com if you want to check that out and make sure that you get that ticker symbol right here is a company that it's one of those pieces of a hundred year old Petro chemical refiners sexually in Indianapolis but of course we've had the slump in the energy industry for the last few years not so processing crude oil into gasoline and jet for fuel hasn't exactly been where the money is but what did they do Calumet in two thousand sixteen they started getting into these profitable specialty oils and they actually provide the chemicals that go into making Juergens body lotion and even W. 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