14 Burst results for "Allesandro Melito"

"alessandro melito" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on WLAC

"Us. Our pumpkin spice latte as really mostly consumed by young women. Weirdly, that's the internet myth men are sometimes stigmatized for drinking pumpkin spice lattice. But we like our pumpkin spice latte taste to in the right atmosphere. Apparently more from marketwatch reporter, Alessandro Melito Alessandra. What's going on? On social media. There are always a lot of jokes about men ordering pumpkin spice latte or a really drinker things like that. So I spoke with NPD group, which the market research firm, and I asked them of the pumpkin spice consumers what you know, what's on there, and they said nearly half. So forty seven percent of pumpkin. Spice latte tape buyers are men. We can interesting because that's pretty much fifty fifty. In fact, it's actually of the regular lots consumers there are less men than women like a ferret of playing. Lots of buyers are meant shows that when it comes to pumpkin spice latte as versus regular wates men. Gravitate more the pumpkin spice. Than the regular. What's behind it? I I know I like it just goes it's sweet. So the flavor it's obviously very important. But I was speaking to some consumer shopping experts who said that it also has to do with just a change pumpkin spice latte days when they come on the scene, even though this year, they came in August usually indicates the change in season. You get the cool..

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Being with us our pumpkin spice latte as really mostly consumed by young women. Weirdly, that's the internet myth men are sometimes stigmatized for drinking pumpkin spice lattice, but we like our pumpkin spice latte taste to in the right atmosphere. Apparently more from marketwatch reporter, Alessandro Melito Alessandra. What's going on? On social media. There are always a lot of jokes about men ordering pumpkin spice latte or how it's really drinkers things like that. So I spoke with NPD group, which the market research firm, and I asked them of the pumpkin spice consumers what you know, what's going on there, and they said nearly half. So forty seven percent of pumpkin spice law tape buyers are men which is interesting because that's pretty much fifty fifty. In fact, it's actually of the regular consumers. There are less men than women like a ferret of playing lots of buyers are meant so it shows that when it comes to pumpkin spice, lots as versus regular wates men. Gravitate more toys. Than the regular about that. What's behind it? I I know I like it just goes it's sweet. So the flavor it's obviously very important. But I was speaking to some consumer shopping experts who said that it also has to do with just a change pumpkin spice loss as when they come on the scene. Even though this year they came in August usually indicates the change in season. You get the cool.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Ten in one zero three one W G Y. Being with us our pumpkin spice latte as really mostly consumed by young women. Weirdly, that's the internet myth men are sometimes stigmatized for drinking pumpkin spice latte as but we like our pumpkin spice tastes to in the right atmosphere. Apparently more from marketwatch reporter, Alessandro Melito Alessandra. What's going on? On social media. There are always a lot of jokes about men ordering pumpkin spice latte is or how it's really drinker things like that. So I spoke with NPD group, which the market research firm, and I asked them of the pumpkin spice consumers, you know, what's going on there, and they said nearly half. So forty seven percent of pumpkin. Spice latte tape buyers are men. Interesting because that's pretty much fifty fifty. In fact, it's actually of the regular consumers. There are less men than women like a ferret of plane lots. Hey buyers are mentor shows that when it comes to pumpkin spice latte as versus regular men. Gravitate more toys. Than the regular pay. Wow. What's behind it? I I know I like it just goes it's sweet. So the flavor it's obviously very important. But I was speaking to some.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"By young women. Weirdly, that's the internet myth men are sometimes stigmatized for drinking pumpkin spice lattice, but we like our pumpkin spice latte taste to in the right atmosphere apparently more from market watch reporter, Alessandro Melito Alessandra. What's going on? On social media. There are always a lot of jokes about men ordering pumpkin spice latte is or how it's really drained group things like that. So I spoke with NPD group, which the market research firm and asked them of the pumpkin spice consumers what you know, what's on there, and they said nearly half. So forty seven percent of pumpkin spice latte tape buyers. Are men can interesting because that's pretty much fifty fifty. In fact, it's actually of the regular law consumers there are less men than women like a ferret of playing lots buyers. So it shows that when it comes to pumpkin spice latte as versus regular what pays men gravitate more towards the pumpkin spice latte than the regular. Well, what's behind it? I know I like it just goes it's sweet bell the flavor. It's obviously very important. But I was speaking to some consumer shopping experts who said that it also has to do with just a change, pumpkin. Spice latte is when they come on the scene, even though this year, they came in August usually indicates the change in season. You get the cool breeze coming through. Well, everybody's trying to think of the holidays already apparently or at least stores are. So it does indicate some sort of a change was it's it's warm and cozy you think about like, the cooler weather extremely hot here in New York like nineties, and I think a lot of the country is facing those high temp too. So people probably also want a break. I think that's where I fought I like it too. But I don't wanna hear about it in August because spice to me says a little bit on the warm side. And I'm not thinking warm in August, I want I wanna hooded sweatshirt and about sixty two degrees. Then I want the pumpkin spice latte in my hand. Yes. And you can get pumpkin spice latte, tastes, iced. But I'm with you. As far as the pumpkin spice latte goes. I am. I'm firm on it has to be. I don't like. Okay. Bye slot. We'll do. I don't know. Starbucks is to blame. Right. They got this all twenty something years ago. Yeah. I don't. My article in two thousand and three that they create pumpkin spice latte day. Sola? Sandra? Alessandra Melito marketwatch, personal finance reporter based in New York. Let's get the pumpkin spice latte as out but not before like mid September, thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. KOA NewsRadio time is three thirty. Mexican authorities say they fire the forensic official after about one hundred fifty.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Stores looking to offer their products companies in all sectors are trying to jump on the demise of toys r us which is closed doors for good after filing for bankruptcy more from marketwatch reporter allesandro melito alessandra set this up all the stores are closed and now if you are a parent or somebody who has to buy a toy you you have to look for alternatives i think it's crazy considering i grew up in the in the world of toys r us but now you have to opt towards shopping online or going to look twice stories or tweet keith and that now they're even some companies they i never thought of toys but apparently are stepping up so kohl's is one of them barnes and noble which yeah they and even party city so party city has decided to open up fifty toy pop up shop call toy city and that's going to start in september and run through the holiday season well how about this what about the other big guys like a walmart for example yeah definitely walmart target they're already reaping the benefits of toys rests closing and they have been for a while one toys r us was in the last few days our last few weeks people were opting to shop at other stores as opposed to just because like you can't return something after the store closes for good and you know it's probably a safer bet to shop elsewhere or some of these stores like walmart or target or perhaps the other ones that we didn't suspect that might sell still toys running special promotions or anything like that they don't need to well i i'm not sure if they're going to be doing that now that does rest is especially close but in the last few weeks they definitely were it was all about comparing and compare comparison shopping and finding the best deals and a lot of stores where yeah that'd be up for that also and maybe not surprisingly but amazon is big presence in a toy world they were ranked number one among toy shoppers for those who normally went to toys r us they were shopping amazon shopping on amazon instead and then walmart and target were second and third speaking with marketwatch personal finance reporter allesandro melito she's written a piece entitled where to buy your toys now that toys r us is gone so you mentioned some of the really big players but you also talked to like a specialty toy store in new york city right what was their reaction to this so they said that they didn't really feel the impact of toy address closing or even when towards the rest was in full at in times square they said that their clientele isn't the same as those i shop at toys r us up they're more on the high end and i spoke with them and i spoke with some experts in the toy industry that said that small local shops there sometimes they usually they are more expensive just because you know they they have a physical presence they have customer service representatives and people working in the shops but it's worth it because you can walk into the store you could say you know we're going to an eight year old's birthday at hp year old boy's birthday party what can i get them he he likes science and they'll be able to point you in the right direction we saw asandra marketwatch reporter alessandro melito reminder by the way we can connect on social media you can.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Stores looking to offer their products companies in all sectors are trying to jump on the demise of toys r us which has closed its doors for good after filing for bankruptcy more from marketwatch reporter allesandro melito alessandra set this up all the stores are closed and now if you are a parent or somebody who has to buy a toy you you have to look for alternatives i think it's crazy considering i grew up in the in the world of toys r us but now you have to opt for shopping online or going to look toy stories or tweet batiks and that now they're even some companies they i never thought of for toys but apparently are stepping up so kohl's is one of them barnes and noble which yeah and even party city so party city has decided to open up fifty toy pop up shop call toy city and that's going to start in september and run through the holiday season well how about this what about the other big guys like a walmart for example yeah definitely walmart target they're already reaping the benefits of toys dress clothing and they have been for a while one toys r us was lost a few days last few weeks people were opting to shop at other stores as opposed to us just because like you can't return something after the store closes for good and you know it's probably safer bet to shop elsewhere or some of these stores like walmart or target or perhaps the other ones that we didn't suspect might sell toys running special promotions or anything like that they don't need to well i i'm not sure if they're going to be doing that now that is officially closed but in the last few weeks they definitely were it was all about comparing compare comparison shopping and finding the best deals and a lot of choice where yeah that also and maybe not surprisingly but amazon is big presence in the in the toy world they were i think ranked number one among toy shoppers for those who normally went to toys r us they were shopping at amazon shopping on amazon instead and then walmart and target were second and third we're speaking with marketwatch personal finance reporter allesandra melito she's written a piece entitled where to buy your toys now that toys r us is gone so you mentioned some of the really big players but you also talked to a specialty toy store in new york city right what was their reaction to this yeah so they said that they didn't really feel the impact of toys r us closing or even when towards the rest was in full bloom at in times square they said that their clientele isn't the same as those shot that toys r us that they're more on the high end and i spoke with them and i spoke with some experts in the toy industry that said that small local shops there sometimes state usually they are more expensive just because you know they they have a physical presence they have customer service representatives and people working in the shops but it's worth it because you can walk into the store you could say you know we're going to an eight year old an eight year old boy's birthday party what can i get them he he likes science and they'll be able to point you in the right direction we saw sandra marketwatch reporter alessandro melito reminder by the way we can connect on social media you can friend us on facebook you can follow us on twitter with the username at this morning show and you can follow me directly on twitter as well with the username at gordon deal it is thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning america's first news are you tired of hiding your smile due to missing.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"More stores looking to offer their products companies in all sectors are trying to jump on the demise of toys r us which is closed doors for good after quality for bankruptcy more from marketwatch reporter allesandro melito alessandra set this up all the stores are closed and now if you are a parent or somebody who has to buy it you have to look for alternate is a i think it's crazy considering i grew up in the in the world of toys r us but now you have to opt for shopping online or going to look twice stories or tweet the keith and that now they're even some company if they i never thought of for toys but apparently are stepping up so kohl's is one of them barnes and noble and even party city so parties that he has decided to open up fifty toy pop up shop call city and that's going to start in september and run through the holiday season well how about this what about the other big guys like a walmart for example yeah definitely walmart target they're already reaping the benefits of closing and they have been for a while one toys r us was days few weeks people were opting to shop at other stores as opposed to just because like you can't return something after the store closes for good and you know it's probably a safer bet for them to shop elsewhere or some of these stores like walmart or target or perhaps the other ones that we didn't suspect that might sell toys running special promotions or anything like that with only they don't need to well i i'm not sure if they're going to be doing that now that is officially closed but in the last few weeks they definitely were was all about comparing compare comparison shopping and finding the best deals and a lot of choice where also and maybe not surprisingly but amazon is big presence in a tory world they were ranked number one montoya shoppers for those who normally went twitter us they were shopping at amazon shopping on amazon instead and then walmart and target were second and third speaking with marketwatch personal finance reporter allesandro melito she's written a piece entitled where to buy your toys now that toys r us is gone so you mentioned some of the really big players but you also talked to like a specialty toy store in new york city right what was their reaction to this yeah so they said that they didn't really feel the impact of toys closing or even when toys r us was in full bloom at intense where they said that their clientele isn't the famous photo shop at toys r us up they're more on the high end and i spoke with them i spoke with some experts in the toy industry that said that small local shops there sometimes they usually they are more expensive just because you know they they have a physical presence they have customer service representatives and people working in the shop but it's worth it because you can walk into the store you say i am calling to an eight year old's birthday an eight year old boy's birthday party what can i get then he he likes science and they'll be able to point you in the right direction we saw asandra marketwatch reporter alessandro melito reminder by the way we can connect on.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To offer their products companies in all sectors are trying to jump on the demise of toys r us which is closed doors for good after filing for bankruptcy more from marketwatch reporter allesandro melito alessandra set this up all the stores are closed and now if you are a parent or somebody who has to buy a toy you you have to look for alternatives i think it's crazy considering i grew up in the in the world of toys r us but now you have that option for shopping online or going to look twice stories or tweet the keith and now they're even some companies they i never thought of for toys but apparently are stepping up so kohl's is one of them barnes and noble which yeah and even party city so parties that he has decided to open up fifty toy pop up shop call poise city and that's going to start in september and run through the holiday season how about this what about the other big guys like a walmart for example yeah definitely walmart target they're already reaping the benefits of toys dress closing and they have been for a while one toys r us was in the last few days last few weeks people were opting to shop at other stores as opposed to twitter us just because like you can't return something after the store closes for good and you know it's probably safer bet to shop elsewhere or some of these stores like walmart or target or perhaps the other ones that we didn't suspect that might sell still toys running special promotions or anything like that with only they don't need to well i i'm not sure if they're going to be doing that now that us is officially closed but in the last few weeks they definitely were it was all about comparing and compare comparison shopping and finding the best deals and a lot of choice where you stepping up for that also and maybe not surprisingly but amazon is big presence in a toy world they were i think ranked number one among toy shoppers for those who normally went to toys r us they were shopping at amazon shopping on amazon instead and then walmart and target were second on third speaking with marketwatch personal finance reporter allesandro melito she's written a piece entitled where to buy your toys now that toys r us is gone so you mentioned some of the really big players but you also talked to like a specialty toy store in new york city right what was their reaction to this yeah so they said that they didn't really feel the impact of toy closing or even when towards the rest was in full at times square they said that their clientele isn't the famous photo shop at toys r us that they're more on the high end and i spoke with them and i spoke with some experts in the toy industry that said that small local shops there sometimes they usually they are more expensive just because you know they they have a physical presence they have customer service representatives and people working in shops but that it's worth it because you can walk into the store you could say i you know going to an eight year old birthday an eight year old boy's birthday party what can i get them he he likes science and they'll be able to point you in the right direction we saw asandra marketwatch reporter alessandro melito reminder by the way we can connect on social media you can friend us on facebook you can follow us on twitter with the username thismorningshow and you can follow me directly on twitter as well with the username at gordon deal it is thirty minutes.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To offer their products companies in all sectors are trying to jump on the demise of toys r us which is closed doors for good after filing for bankruptcy more for market marketwatch reporter allesandro melito all asandra set this up all the stores are closed and now if you are a parent or somebody who has to buy a toy you have to look for alternatives i think it's crazy considering i grew up in the in the world of toys r us but now you have to opt for shopping online or going to local toy stories or tweet boutiques and now they're even some companies they i never thought of for toys but apparently are stepping up so kohl's is one of them barnes and noble which it all now and even party city so party that he has decided to open up fifty toy pop up shops call poi city and that's going to start in september and run through the holiday season about this what about the other big guys like a walmart for example yeah definitely walmart target they're already reaping the benefits of toys dress closing and they have been for a while one toys r us was in the last few days last few weeks people were opting to shop at other stores as opposed to tweet us just because like you can't return something after the store closes for good and you know it's probably safer bet them to shop elsewhere or some of these stores like walmart or target or perhaps the other ones that we didn't suspect that might sell toys ruining special promotions or anything like that they don't need to well i i'm not sure if they're going to be doing that now that to address is officially closed but in the last few weeks they definitely were it was all about comparing and compare comparison shopping and finding the best deals and a lot of choice where yeah that also and maybe not surprisingly but amazon is big presence in a toy world they were ranked number one among toy shoppers for those who normally went to twitter us they were shopping amazon shopping on amazon instead and then walmart and target were checking on third speaking with marketwatch personal finance reporter allesandro melito she's written a piece entitled word by your toys now that toys r us is gone so you mentioned some of the really big players but you also talked to a specialty toy store in new york city right what was their reaction to this yes so they said that they didn't really feel the impact of toys r us closing or even one toys r us was in full bloom at in times square they said that their clientele isn't the famous photo shop at toys r us that they're more on the high end and i spoke with them i spoke with some experts in the toy industry said that small local shops there sometimes they usually they are more expensive just because you know they they have a physical presence they have customer service representatives and people working in shops but that it's worth it because you can walk into the store you could say i know calling to an eight year old an eight year old boy's birthday party what can i get them he he likes science and they'll be able to point you in the right direction we asandra marketwatch reporter alessandro melito reminder by the way we can connect on.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The username thismorningshow house your 401 k well if you had won this year probably pretty good more from this morning's gordon deal we're speaking with alessandro melito personal finance writer at market watch and she's written a piece entitled trump asks americans house your 401 k and here is the answer i'd so set this up out of this come about his new cracker day camp has been asking lately and campaign rally overall higher cohen kdka doing great because of however market an doing on two we look that gary take them dave about par one k plan pow much people are investing how often they're investing if even participating or if you've been able to participate grow we'll the numbers by the way in terms of uh companies that offer and employees that participate hill company that offer i like this one report from earlier this year it was from two us census bureau researchers who look at all wto tax funds in the country and they found that only fourteen percent of all employers so that small businesses laws like the larger companies have 401 k plan for their employees and um it's so low but of those four t of that fourteen percent most of those are larger companies that are offering 401 k so companies like ten thousand employees or more of your very of those only about a third of the workers who do have access to 401 k plans are contributing to vote clinton while at the robbi drill down on on that right even though the ones that are contributing probably aren't stripping in enough sleeping money on the table if there is a match for example yes um i don't have the numbers offhand fred match but i do and in the past about that that a lot of thousands of dollars per person are often left on the table um when it comes to employ air matching people i just don't know about it they just can't contribute that much usually a were for lower income workers than it is for higher income because they uh are stretching their dollars them what about the automatic enrollment his deputy help will not rule went into effect on lord several years ago yet and fill automatic enron that is very helpful and it's actually causing an uptick in the purchase participation rates.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"For gordon deal this week along with rasa kaye house your 401 k doing of you had won this year probably pretty good more from this morning's gordon deal for speaking with alessandro melito personal finance writer at market watch and jews written a piece entitled trump asks americans house your 401 k and here is the answer arts so set this up out of this come about so credited count at been asking lately in campaign rally in overall how you're throwing a uncaring and at glazed great because while the market an doing on two we look that very thick then paid at doubtfire one k plan out much people are investing how come they are investing or even participating or if they're event it all the participating rao well the numbers by the way in terms of uh companies that offer and employees that participate hail company that offer i like this one report from earlier this year it was from two us census bureau researchers to look at all wto tax funds in the country and they found that only fourteen percent of all employers so that small businesses laws electric companies have 401 k plan for their employees and um the it's so low but of those four t of that fourteen percent most of those are larger companies that are offering 401 k still companies like ten thousand employees or more of your own their of those only about a third of the workers who do have access to 401 k plans are contributing to those plan while that was a grubby drill down on on that radio of the ones that are contributing probably aren't too enough leaving money on the table as there is a match for example yes um i don't have the numbers offhand for the match but i do know within in the past migrated about this that a lot of you know thousands of dollars through per person are often left on the table um when it comes to employer matches people i don't know about it or are they just can't contribute that much and it's usually worth for lower income workers but it is for higher income because they uh are stuck in their dollars three them what about the automatic enrollment is that with the help will not rule went into effect on mood several years ago yet until automatic enron that is very helpful and it's actually causing an uptick in the protests participation rates.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Two in the right lane at old baltimore pike until about six am not a delay but watch out for it 141 still closed both directions going over route 13 a woman to manner and that is for a construction until sometime in january no problem but again watch out for it politi tour signs rest recif you're always look good and that's a look at traffic on the taylor boy talking about taking risks of their music during this time the pushed the envelope a little bit you know and i think that we may be avic we've had any songs that were like kind of like note easy or like yeah this one is for sure gonna work out but yeah i mean like doing something that had like a surf guitar with the sample from the monsters i i think we all thought that was a little risky boat i dunno i think that taking chances like the pay off feels so much better when it's something that's authentic to you keep listening to iheartradio for more from your favorite artists 1410 wdov jennifer kushinka in for gordon deal this week along with rasa kaye house your 401 k doing of you had won this year probably pretty good more from this morning's gordon deal we're speaking with alessandro melito personal finance writer at market watch and she's written a piece entitled trump asks americans house your 401 k and here is the answer i'd so set this up out of this come about so credited camp has been asking lately and campaign rally in overall higher 401 k and and that lightweight because of how love it back market of doing on who we look that very take them dave about 401 k plan how much people are investing how from their investing or even participating or if they're even able to participate we'll the numbers by the way in terms of a company who's that offer and employees that participate two companies that offer i like this one report from earlier this year it was from two us census bureau researchers who look at all wto tech firms in the country and they found that only fourteen percent of all employers so that small businesses while i was like.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Jennifer kushinka in for gordon deal this week along with rasa kaye house your 401 k doing of you had won this year probably pretty good more from this morning's gordon deal we're speaking with alessandro melito personal finance writer at market watch and she's written a piece entitled trump asks americans house your 401 k and here is the answer i'd so set this up out of this come about president camp has been asking lately and campaign rally in overall higher 401 k and doing n likely because of however stock market is doing on who we looked at various take them save about 401 k plan how much people are investing how often they're investing if they're even participating or if they're even able to participate we'll the numbers by the way in terms of uh companies that offer and employees that participate two companies that offer i like this one report from earlier this year it was from two us central air researchers who look at all wto tax funds in the country and they found that only fourteen percent of all employers so that small businesses while i was like the larger companies have 401 k plans for their employees and um vote is so low but of those four t of that fourteen percent most of those are larger companies that are offering 401 k so companies like ten thousand employees or more of your own very of those only about a third of the workers who do have access to 401 k plans are contributing to those plans while at the robbi drill down on on that radio of the ones that are contributing probably aren't enough leaving money on the table if there is a match for example yes so um i don't have the numbers offhand forever match but i do do you know but in the past migrated about this that a lot of you know thousands of dollars or per person are often left on the table um when it comes to employ air matches people i have they just don't know about it or they just can't contribute that much and it's usually worse for lower income workers than it is for higher income because they uh our stretching their dollars pre then what about the automatic automatically room and his deputy help will not rule went into effect on mood several years ago yet until automatic enron that is very helpful and it's actually causing an uptick.

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"alessandro melito" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"alessandro melito" Discussed on KTRH

"Market watch reporter alessandro melito alessandro would you look at how oh i look that way likely to compile a personal record for you but also for your family members to keep you are so there's plenty of that out dear to a story that if they happen there if they pack the way that italy or even not but only at their way through take care of that their money and take care of that it's going to be guy in that spot a huge mass that air their family and friends i left with no what kind of stuff should that include ludi by the way it is clanking really long let bafing include everything found fake way your legal name your agadez where familyled any financial information better account and bank or other financial implications hiring sharon whole aid date and paper buried social security number membership in quipped like i think i could and what do you do with that stuff north dakota keep it all in one documentary to one play so your social security information where you lead dataprep and i'll let that that can be captain like one long document or you can their record online like my article i had a few links cute allowed what fate where people created the like a book about everything otherwise you're supposed to get that document it booked all for take your certificate the in all that and to keep it in a very thick care location nature let the bay nowhere the it what about social media stuff these days passwords oh yeah that's the whole of their whole it about.

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