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"around $1500" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | Last month

"around $1500" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"First thought was to run this day. I bet I mean, laughs it off now, but at the time he was scared. He's a dairy worker who was living on the farm with his wife and kids. He says his boss wanted him to stay and work. Even though the fire was within sight. Sandra thought it was a bad idea. I was concern for half fast. It would come to us. Are we going to have enough time to get out of here? I didn't know what to do. Then Evacuation orders came down for large parts of Sonoma County. It was just like a Okay, You need to get out now. Eventually, Sandra packs up and drives out with their kids. But Benjamin stays behind. He says that his boss tells him they're not in danger and that there are plans to keep everyone safe. Workers with them, and they cannot believe an invention. What is also what some interferon But Ben I mean doubts his boss has the situation under control. He worries that he might not see his family again. Thousands of people evacuate the county. But then I mean, and hundreds of farm workers stay behind. They feed animals, milk cows and pick wine grapes. Eventually, the smoke and flames take their toll on cinemas grape harvest, cutting their value nearly in half. Damage from wildfires has become part of life in the West. Right now, as I record this fires are burning all over Washington, Oregon and California. As climate change intensifies, they're going to get worse. So how do we live with fire? We start with a program that puts low wage farm workers on the front lines. This story is a partnership with the Food and Environment Reporting Network and the podcast and radio Show World Affairs. His reporter Teresa Cotterill's The the fire that burned around Benjamin grew to almost half the size of Rhode Island in all it destroyed around 1500 buildings and killed five people. So evacuating running away that made sense, staying and working, that was harder to justify. River not know was ill. When it opened the door to his mobile home, Benjamin says there were these big clouds of dark smoke in the sky, No visible. He says. Inch long pieces of ash rained down and the air was terrible Guitarist down the bottle. It was like breathing pure smoke, says Ben. I mean his days were part same old, same old milking and feeding cows mixed with other, more surreal tasks. You know some that's funny. Yeah, called Maderas. He says his boss gave them hoses to spray down the buildings this morning and night, so none of it would burn..

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Medical Bills Largest Source of U.S. Debt, Study Says

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Medical Bills Largest Source of U.S. Debt, Study Says

"Doubt Covid has been in the news and not just covid. But believe it or not, People are getting sick in other ways as well. And it's really hampering most of Americans. I think we've all been down that road where we get that medical bill, and we're like, Are you kidding me? It's like, how am I going to afford this? Well, the cost of getting sick in the U. S. Is now drowning Americans in debt. A recent study says, medical bills or the largest source of debt in the U. S from 2009 to 2000 and 20. It's a big problem. CBS is Anna Warner takes a look. Florida resident Chad Kisses medical debt story began with severe pain from herniated discs in his neck last year. I really couldn't get out of bed for more than a few minutes. Doctors told the 39 year old who runs his own small pest control business, that he would need surgery. So we check to make sure his insurance would cover it. Then went ahead. The pain was excruciating. That was probably the most pain I've ever And through, but afterwards he got stuck with a bill for a facility charge. He says the insurance company refused to pay $145,000. He says the hospital then demanded payments of $1500 a month. Right? Told them that can't happen. Can we go with something lower? And they said No. So I just stopped answering their calls. When he couldn't pay. The hospital sued him. Is this one of those things that it hits you in the gut? And you're like, Oh, boy. You know now, what do I do? Um You know, And why is it happening to me?

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"around $1500" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"How much is going to cost to build the fence? Um, we've kind of calculated out, but there's just so many different materials, but we think it might be around 1500 to 2000. Okay. Where are the dogs now? Um, their in their cage. So, so they're not running out now. I'm trying to determine Oh, there is there in the house there inside dogs, But when we take them out to go to the bathroom, our yard isn't fenced in. How much debt do you got? Yeah. And we've got around 50,000. What? What's your income? How long? What's What's the repayment projection for this? Um, we should have our debt paid off by December, 2023. So, John, Here's romance, and this is this is one of those things. Where can you Can you cash flow it? Can you sell something and still stay on the Yes, I think this is not that big of an expense. So if it's that big of a deal, the thing that's throwing me off as the dogs are already they're not running away now, so you're clearly taking them out with the leash. You just wanting to be able to open the door, not worry about Fido. That's what this boils down to. Correct. Well, we want to be able to, you know, get them out there then, um, get exercise, play, fetch with our dog and to be able to smell things, so they're kind of just put on the leash and then They just go back. And so they don't really get a lot of like outdoor time. Which they need to. They're very energetic. I totally understood. What if I told you to sell your dogs? Oh, Jesus. It wouldn't happen. Okay? Hey, that's what I wanted to know. And I was I was testing you because if you said, Well, we thought about it that I would tell you to go sell your dogs. But if like your response No, I'd really get rid of my husband first, Um, did go build, Go build a fence, Build affordable offense and sleep. Fine Cash flow. You're probably better off these days building out of gold than of with lumber because lumber cost a million dollars offense bored, But go ahead and get build your fence. Call it good. Don't lose a second of sleep over it. If you borrow money, I'm going to tell Dave on you. He's out of town. I'm going to tell him doesn't come to your house An email him right now that that you're not going to do this, so he puts the pressure on. Yeah. Burn money wasn't wasn't an option have cash. Or we just don't know whether to put it towards the debt where for the funds pay for the fence right back on the snow. But don't let this be the slippery slope where you're like, Well, let's go ahead. And, uh, we need tacos tonight, too, And we need to go ahead and get new windows. And while we're at it Don't do that. This can be a slippery slope. Pay for the fence. You need it and then move on with your life. You can do this. You're listen. You're on track. You got the budget. You're knocking stuff out. This is just an adjustment. Get through it, but John's right. Better be disciplined..

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Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts

77 WABC Early News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts

"Is giving away $1500 bonuses to a vast majority of its employees as a gesture of gratitude for working hard during the pandemic. The bonuses will cost Microsoft about $200 million in total. Microsoft executive Kathleen Hogan announced the bonuses will go out in July or August two employees in the U. S and abroad. Employees of Microsoft subsidiaries GT hub linked in and Xena Max will not be receiving the bonus system.

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"around $1500" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on 600 WREC

"An ordinary flight from Portland to Seattle turned extraordinary when a man in black registered as Stevie Cooper Made a bomb threat. The infamous D B. Cooper hijacking occurred in the fall of 1971 at the height of an epidemic during the six year span between 1967 and 1972. More than 300 commercial airplanes were hijacked worldwide. With over 130 of those occurring in the United States alone. This was the golden Age of skyjacking. But it's Cooper's hijacking that we remember because he provided the blueprint for how to pull it off and get away. When I decided that I would skyjacker plane, I started to make preparations for which airport would grab a plane from Six months after Cooper's legendary heist a small time crook from Detroit would attempt his own bigger and bolder skyjacking score. You are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show standing up for what's right with America. We're back on the Sean Hannity Show. This for the better part of the week has been the sounds of sirens and mornings to the people of Israel as they have been hit with. Around 1500. Now rockets..

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"around $1500" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"All right, let's get start with five things that you need to know about Tech That's happening right now. And the big news out this past week was about how the FBI and similar organizations around the world they duped suspected criminals and drug traffickers by tapping into their secret conversations Now how they did. It was really interesting. And if you saw this on the news They were reported like it was an app. Well, it kind of was an app. But here's the risk of there are these things called harden encrypted devices You can't buy Want to Amazon. You can't get one of your local phone story. You have to know someone who knows someone with some deep connections to get one They cost around $1500, and you'll pay for it. Probably in bit kind, so that this way you don't get traced. Now, At first glance, you might say, Oh, well, that's just a cheapo cell phone. Here's the key. It doesn't make phone calls. There's no Facebook. There's no tiktok Twitter or anything else on the Internet. You can't even go on Amazon. The only thing that this one did was allow use an app. The U. S. And Australian agents worked on together called an arm. Well, It's kind of tricky. It was a zero instead of letter. Oh, so you might think it's short for anonymous, but it really wasn't so these drug traffickers and criminal started selling each other these hardened encrypted devices with and I'm thinking that all their conversations with totally secure they sold about 12,000 of them. 300 criminal organizations were using them. But every single message that was sent and received was sometimes seen by law enforcement in real time and think about what the messages are about. Okay, they're buying and.

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"around $1500" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Store. You have to know someone who knows someone with some deep connections to get one They cost around $1500, and you'll pay for it. Probably in Bitcoins, so that this way you don't get traced. Now, At first glance, you might say, Oh, well, that's just a cheapo cell phone. Here's the king. It doesn't make phone calls. There's no Facebook. There's no tic tac Twitter or anything else on the Internet. You can't even go on Amazon. The only thing that this one did was allow use an app. At the U. S. And Australian agents worked on together called an arm. Well, It's kind of tricky. It was a zero instead of letter. Oh, so you might think it's short for anonymous, but it really wasn't So these drug traffickers and criminal started selling each other these hardened encrypted devices with an on on it, thinking that all their conversations with totally secure they sold about 12,000 of them. 300 criminal organizations were using them. But every single message that was sent and received was sometimes seen by law enforcement in real time and think about what the messages are about. Okay, they're buying and selling drugs. So all the details that they have to tell one another. The ships the containers. The captain's the locations, the amount the street value the cost. How to pay who to pay where to pay. So some of the messages were on a blog. They were taken down, but it was interesting that some of the drugs were being transported and hollowed out pineapples and tuna fish cans. 800 people have been arrested so far, but why? Release news about this chat? Why would we even be doing talking about this happened openly in the public? I mean, why wouldn't we want to use it to catch more criminals? Well. Because of all the indictments is going to come out anyway, so And if you're curious, I mean, how did they come up with the idea of this in the first place? Well, apparently, the agents in the U. S were down in Sydney, Australia, and they were drinking with the Australian agents when they came up with this great idea. Can't say alcohol will always solve all the problems like shutting down major criminal activities, but it's worth a shot. All right. Number two. Just when you thought Facebook couldn't get any worse, Mark Zuckerberg should be working on this. After all, his company makes a few billion dollars a year. Now Facebook is now the most commonly used social media platform for human sex trafficking in the United States. That's according to a new report. They found that about 60% of victims and active cases recruited through social media. We're actually found on Facebook. It goes on to say that Facebook is also the most common social media platform used for child recruitment and sex trafficking cases. Even though all the teens aren't on Facebook because let's face it. Their parents and grandparents are Now the most common social site for child recruitment, where next Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, and then Snapchat over our commander dot com. We have a lot of details about how to keep your kids safe, Of course, But remember, you're only a kid once. Hey, Mark. I know you listen to the show. You have kids. Time for you to get with the program. Number three, Honey, Is that the Internet down or is it just me one morning earlier this past week, you might have noticed that you couldn't log on to a whole bunch of sites. Amazon eBay Spotify red at The New York Times to name a few It was actually happening worldwide. It wasn't a cyber tech. The outage lasted less than an hour, and the source was a cdn. Do you know the Syrian is it's called a content delivery network. We actually use them. A cdn to get you all the podcasts. And these are companies with servers that are distributed all over and they can move things faster than, say, a server in your small business. Very big misses. So the name of the CD M was called fastly. Definitely not fast. Dropped off for about an hour. And here's what the company said You're not gonna believe this. That one of their customers Was making a maintenance setting change, and suddenly it just brought down the whole thing. Everything just went down there not saying which one customer that was. For me. I thought it was gonna be like hunter by looking for all his emails, but I don't think that was it so fast. We trying to figure out where the software bug came from. I mean, just one websites. I t guy could absolutely just break the Internet. Let me tell you Fast lead needs to fasten their development processes. Number four. Here. Let me give you a free phone. That's right. Walmart is going to give free Samsung Galaxy smartphones to about 740,000 employees are roughly half the U. S workforce by the end of the year, they say using it. Employees can clock in send messages to managers check their work schedules, and they can also.

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"around $1500" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on KGO 810

"Lifestyle? Per year. Um, Perhaps. 60 70,000. I mean, we don't live extravagantly. Our house is basically pay for, so let's call it 70 grand. I'll take you at your word. We usually discovered by the way that people underestimate it, but we'll go with what you said $70,000 a year. Now that is after tax because that's what you need to spend to sustain your lifestyle. That means if you only get 70 grand an income and you have to pay taxes on the 70 grand, you end up with less that you can spend, so we have to gross up the number for taxes. And that means we have to take a prediction of what tax rates are going to be. And of course, who knows what that number is going to be? By the time you retire, Let's assume though, just for the sake of conversation that we're going to deal with a 25% tax rate just just to pick a number. So if you're going to spend $70,000 Then that means you're going to need to have an income. Let me just do some fast math here for you. That means you're gonna need about $93,000. So that you can net $70,000 after paying taxes. Does that make sense? Yes. So You've got 50,000 from your wife's pension. That's toward the 93,000 that you need. So that means you're $43,000 short, are either review going to be eligible for Social Security. Yeah, we both will be. And you have an idea of how much you're going to receive. Have you looked on your social Security website to see what your projected benefit will be? I have, but I don't have that figure in front of me. I'm sorry. I'm going to bet it's around $1500 to $2000. The average check is about 14 1500 bucks. Higher income Americans are earning obviously more from Social Security. Let's pretend between the two of you that you're going to collect 3000 month, which is $36,000 a year. That means that you're short by only You've got How much money in your Roth savings. Uh, probably just under 300,000. So if you've got $300,000 in the account, and you only need to withdraw 7000 Well, that is a withdrawal rate of about 2% per year. That is easy. In other words, if you withdraw to 2.5% per year from the account, you'll get the 7000 you need. Add that to your Social Security and your wife's pension. You've got all the income you need. And in fact, I would argue that you could withdraw a lot more than just seven grand out of the account. It's common for people to withdraw 4% per year. From an account and that would be if you were to withdraw 4%. That would be $12,000 a year that would boost your income over 100 grand a year pretax giving you an increase in your lifestyle. May have under figure, but I mean, you know, I'm sure we would like to travel and do some things like that. No question about it. So just this back of the napkin, quick set of math is basically telling us that you and your wife are an excellent financial condition and what you need to be doing now is maintain your position through your rest of your working career, so that you in fact get to retirement the way you want. There are a lot of factors we want to play with, for example. How many more years between now and retirement?.

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The Material World Remade with Dr. Beverly Lemire

Dressed: The History of Fashion

02:18 min | 5 months ago

The Material World Remade with Dr. Beverly Lemire

"Dr lemere a warm welcome. Beverly thank you so much for joining me today on dressed. it's just a great pleasure. Thank you for asking and of course we're here today to discuss your wonderful book. Global trade and the transformation of consumer cultures the material world remade circa fifteen hundred eighteen twenty. But before we dive into this fascinating topic. I mean there's of fascinating topics related to this book. I would actually love to hear a little bit about your career path and how you came to writing about dress and fashion and also about global consumer history. That's sorta to step answers that i'll give you so. I guess i should confess. My academic trajectory was rather unorthodox I did one year of university. And then i quit. My dad was so upset and vote for a number of years. And then i went back to university by that time i had three year old daughter and i was married and i'd experienced different things and so i think i think that life experience ensured that life experience led me to have different questions. I loved history. I love seeing the connection between now. And then. But i was also from malate undergraduate days i was really interested in fashion design understood fashion as a social cultural economic force. An irish pretty sure that it might be the case that in the historical period is well ordinary people played a role. And so i had questions about varies sales. The first questions. I had were to do with the indian contract between india for about sixteen hundred or so to england and the fashion changes that took place in the political ramifications leading to the industrial revolution. So i was lucky in that every question i had inevitably when i answered it to my satisfaction led to our

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"around $1500" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Them. What usefulness does that have? Well, it terrorizes the civilian population. But as far as a military purpose, there is none. The phones for 10 Wcbm 60 80. Alex is in Baltimore. Good morning, Alex. Hey, Bruce. I Didn't catch your whole recap of how it's Particular conflict started, but I think you're aware of the ongoing evictions, right? I mean, It's not. It's not like a designated area for these Palestinians. I mean any time that they could say like we want to put a settlement here and They have to move. There's nothing they could do about it, right. I mean, that's not that's kind of messed up. Yeah, settling where Ah, well, I mean, Israel's always No, No, I'm sorry. You say the Palestinians want to put a settlement someplace and and the Israelis won't let them where have the Palestinians wanted to put a settlement? Well when I was talking about the eviction Which started this event that was actually in Jerusalem. But The so you'd be okay with Holo said you're arguing that That Israel should allow a Palestinian state inside Jerusalem. No, no. The reason I brought up the the settlements within Palestinian territories is because you you mentioned a hypothetical You said, how do you think it would be received? If Israel decided to put a settlement within Gaza or the West Bank, and I was simply saying, if they were to decide that They wouldn't be pushed back. I mean, the Israeli military would hold on. Let's let's talk about the real world. Alex. When you have people decide you're gonna put up a settlement somewhere, and it is on disputed land, or it's on land that Israel has said no, You can't put a settlement there because we want, you know people who are of Arab descent to be there. The government of Israel goes and removes those settlements. So if you're talking about the actions of the government of Israel rather than some individual Israelis who choose to say, let's go ahead. Put a settlement somewhere. The governmental action is to say no, You can't do that. You could have deliberately inflame things in the Syria. You have until tomorrow noon. Pack your stuff You're going out of here. That's the reality of the situation. But how do you justify Alex? Because that seems to be a justification along the Anthony Blinken lines. How do you justify the Hamas is throwing now I think it's around 1500 missiles. Had civilian sites in Israel. How can it be justified? Well, I don't want to. I don't want to split hairs missile would imply guided what's being fired from Palestinian areas. They're just I don't wanna I don't wanna No, no, Actually, I kind of need an answer that question because my my my observation is you're basing this on a false premise. So it's a big deal because it's not When you say missile. It sounds like it's the laser guided, precise attack. They're launching shoulder rockets. They're being met with airstrikes. I saw Come apartment building completely decimated by planes. If you've been struggling, wait, hold on times. Hold on. Do you know why that particular apartment? Billy was taken down? It was unoccupied. The only people there where people from Hamas who are launching attacks on Israel. So what would excuse me? Let me just let me know. Because you could see the footage. You could see firing coming from that building. Alex, you want to take this girl's word for it? With the video footage is their reporters from other countries got the video footage. I mean, so there's no doubt if I were commander in the field, and I knew that a tall building was the site of people who were shooting at me and I have video proof of this. I would be some kind of an idiot to not remove that building. Wouldn't you mean look put yourself in their situation. Let's say you're the commander of the Israeli troops there and you see missiles being launched from this building, and you know the building otherwise is unoccupied. Well, you say Well, that's cool. But, you know, a lot of work went into constructing that buildings. We're gonna leave it alone. Would that be your decision? I was just saying their malice. I want an answer not have been. Please give me an answer. We're not going to get an answer, Alex. Thank you. So much for call. Appreciated for 10 Wcbm 60 80. I love the call, All right? Alice calls all the time. He's from the political left, however, a conversation is a conversation. You know, I ask questions You give answers us questions, So I get answers. We talk about things. It's not simply an excuse to say I now have these soap box just shut up and listen by propaganda. That's not the way this show works. It was like fritter financially confident. No one you have a plan in place guaranteed to work. Even if we suffer another financial crisis like we had back in 20 Wait, How about getting the most of the market gains with none of the losses?.

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"around $1500" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"After 84 for the highlight. Be breezy today, with clouds increasing tonight Rain Maybe a thunderstorm Tomorrow. 58 degrees right now may have seen the last of those big mass vaccination clinics in the Tri state health leaders say they're reassessing their plans for the future. After the turnout was so low it Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday. Only about 1000 people show when they plan for 5000 in the future. They say they'll be focusing on much more localized vaccine clinics offer the shots closer to the people who need them. Their goal remains to get to 80%. Of the tri state being vaccinated by the fourth of July. But right now, worth 45% as a thank you for the work teachers and Mason have done during the pandemic day are getting bonuses of around $1500 teachers. New three year contract calls for a one time 3% payment, in addition to raise us over each of the next three years. We'll need a reservation when you go to Kings Island this season. Amusement park also says it's dropping temper temperature checks at the gates and mass requirements for people walking outside. Still requiring mass for indoor rides. Kings Island opens May 15th They did it last year, but because of the pandemic, nobody could come in to see now butterflies Valley of returning to the crone Conservatory and even park. It'll be the 25th year for the butterfly show Inside the conservatory kicks off may be a thief. Will extend it through September this year so more people can see if they will limit the number of visitors per hour when you'll have to make reservations in advance. Red seven game losing streaks over Hammered left center field and Winker got all of it back to the wall and going to run shot by Jesse Winker and the Reds have taken a 53 leave.

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"around $1500" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 6 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on KGO 810

"You want to work in some type of exercise or sports connecting with family? It might be religious activities or even just socializing. You know, my dad who's almost 80. He mixes his exercise with socializing he plays Pickleball pretty much every day at a court near his house, so he gets it all in one fell swoop. Or maybe it's continuing education, you know, try to learn something new every day and really nowadays with You know the zoom classes and lectures and videos. You have so many options and be sure to schedule some time for that afternoon nap. Or just maybe the pure relaxing because after all, you have worked hard for it, and you deserve it. But write it down, you know, have a daily plan or have a daily journal. Maybe you're still at the point where you're planning for retirement. Not yet. The afternoon nap part. But are you spending too much time worrying about it? Well, if so, you're not alone because nearly half of Americans have this concern. And the reality is that more than 46% of older adults die with less than $10,000 in assets. And, according to a recent study People often end up just reducing their spending to fit into the money that they have. In other words, they just spend less as they realize they're about to run out. Part of what created. This problem is that people struggle to understand how much they can safely withdraw from their portfolio, and they don't realize that The formula they might be using is wrong until it's too late until after they're retired. And it is the term running out of money. Really, what's going to happen? Because it's it's hard to literally run out of money, because even if you run out of assets, most of us are still eligible for Social Security, so you may not have assets laughed. But you would may still have Social Security income coming in Beit very small. The average social Security check is right now around $1500. Or maybe you do have enough. But your fear of running out is causing you to spend less than you could. Maybe you're not enjoying your money because of your concerns about running out. Almost 29% of the best funded households actually ended up with more money 10 years after they retired. This is you and you have concerns about whether or not you've saved enough Or maybe you're just using the old 4% rule and crossing your fingers that it works well. You might want to consider a more sophisticated approach, You know, Keep in mind that your financial situation is unique to you, and rules of thumb are not meant to replace full financial planning or to.

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Feeling Stuck and Unmotivated When It Comes to Your Finances

Optimal Finance Daily

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Feeling Stuck and Unmotivated When It Comes to Your Finances

"Do you currently feel like you're stuck in a financial rut. Maybe you're china reach certain financial goals. But you feel like you aren't getting any closer or perhaps nothing is going the way that you thought it would and you don't know what to do next. At one moment. You may feel completely amped and positive about your financial situation on your goals and the very next. You may feel completely unsure about your whole plan finances. Take up a huge part of a person's life and can sometimes feel like is impossible to change your situation. Whatever you are currently experiencing. I want you to realize that this can happen to the best of us. Even though you're currently feeling stock you can still regain the motivation. You once had and finally move on. Here are the different actions. You might wanna take so that you can get out of a financial rut and improve your situation. It's very possible to get out of your rut and become successful with your financial goals number one. Realize you're stuck in financial right. The first step to getting out of your financial rut is being honest with yourself and realizing you're stuck. You should admit that you're stuck and that changes need to be made. Think about the mistakes you've made and tried to truly understand what led to the situation you're currently in completing the step can help prevent you from making the same mistakes over and over again. Reflecting on. her situation is very important

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Met Opera Musicians In New York Accept Deal to Receive First Paycheck Since April

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Met Opera Musicians In New York Accept Deal to Receive First Paycheck Since April

"Are about to get their first paychecks in nearly a year. They've been furloughed since April. Now musicians of the Metropolitan Opera could be playing a new tune after their union rejected an offer for partial pay in exchange for long term cuts. Members of the orchestra had voted to accept the deal to receive more than $1500 a week on a temporary basis if they agree to begin negotiations. Lisa Matteo CBS News We are saying goodbye this morning to the maestro behind the Metropolitan Opera

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2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City

"Have been arrested in separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charged with assault and tampering with a witness. He has already posted bond in Cedar Hill Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty. He was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each charge. Steve Coming

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2 Dallas Police Officers Arrested in Separate Incidents

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

2 Dallas Police Officers Arrested in Separate Incidents

"To Dallas police officers have been arrested and separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charred. With the salt and tampering with a witness. He has already posted Bond in Cedar Hill. Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each

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Tax forms help reveal extent of unemployment fraud in US

Dennis Prager

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Tax forms help reveal extent of unemployment fraud in US

"The country were bombarded with so many claims during the pandemic. That he struggled to distinguish the correct from the criminal simple tax forms and now revealing the extent of the identity theft that made state run unemployment offices lucrative targets for fraud after millions of people lost their jobs during the pandemic. Terry Cinnamon of Lawrence, Kansas, was surprised when she got a form, saying she owed taxes on $1500 and unemployment payments that she never received. In Ohio. The governor and lieutenant governor also learned that fraudulent claims had been filed in their names or

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Tax forms help reveal extent of unemployment fraud in US

Phil's Gang

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Tax forms help reveal extent of unemployment fraud in US

"Unemployment agencies across the country were bombarded with so many claims during the pandemic that many struggle to distinguish the correct from the criminal simple tax forms and now revealing the extent of the identity theft that made state run unemployment offices lucrative targets for fraud after millions of people lost their jobs during the pandemic. Terry Cinnamon of Lawrence, Kansas, was surprised when she got a form, saying she owe taxes on $1500 and unemployment payments that she never received. In Ohio. The governor and lieutenant governor also learned that fraudulent claims had been filed in their name for a son and Jeremy Haas

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Boston Man Allegedly Attempted To Hire Contract Killer To Murder Wife

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Boston Man Allegedly Attempted To Hire Contract Killer To Murder Wife

"Marangi of Maldon facing 10 years in prison. He was arrested yesterday and charged with trying to hire a contract killer to murder his wife, according to the U. S attorney and individual reported to law enforcement that meringue he had complained about his wife seeking a restraining order against him and asked that individual for help. Killing his wife person, Marangi tried to hire another cover. Federal agent Marangi allegedly gave the agent a photograph of his wife information on where she worked and $1500 as a deposit.

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"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:01 min | 10 months ago

"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"YEAR. Two MLS number 29 766. Well, 2020. Crazier, so excited. Ryan and I, we got the Abe's. That's what we called. We got The baby's Amy batons. Nobody. Anibaba got the antibodies that anyone who knows maybe bad is the new funny but 2020 crazy crazy year and I want to as we bring in funny me into our conversation. I think it's time to really start talking seriously about 2021 2020 obviously was crazy. The real estate market was hot. Incredibly, incredibly busy. I do feel bad for those that just decided to hold back because they were unsure of what was gonna happen. They didn't listen to us, but that's okay. 2021 is a new year. And Ryan and I. We talked a lot about how we're not into resolutions. But we're into gold setting and I won't have a goal setting chat with our listeners. If you held back or we're unable to buy a home in 2020. We want to talk about making 2021 the year making it your goal to either Get into your first home Get into your next home, adding an investment property to that portfolio of yours. Whatever the case is, um it's timeto have these serious conversations, and this is the time to start planning And really the best way to start. The process is by texting the word fun to 41. 1 92 3. That's fun before 11 92 3, But here's what we learned Amy in 2020. Is a lot of people found at their didn't realize that their home was the smallest awas. Now, when all of a sudden when Mom and dad are both working from home because of Cove it three kids, you know, one week they're in school One week. They're getting sent home and now everybody's like working and doing school from home. And not able to go out. A lot of people realize that their home was very tight, very, very small and are looking for 2021 to open things up. Absolutely. And you know, it's funny. I own a 36 100 Square foot, two story home and I don't think there would be a home large enough to handle my Children and my emotions. So you know, I definitely sympathize with that situation. Um, but you know, a lot of the conversations I had in 2020 were everybody was waiting for them. Markets drop. And, you know, every time I had a conversation, and I'm sorry, I'm not gonna lie. It was everyone who has never purchased a home. Anyone who was not in real estate are the ones that had the very strong opinion that the market was going to crash. And I just, You know, I tried to explain and I try to educate and unfortunately it didn't go. Well, well, we are predicted to have three very, very, very strong real estate years here in Maricopa County. So I'm sorry for those who are waiting for the market to crash because it's not gonna happen, You know values. It's not that they increase significantly. It's that demand increased and inventory decreased. So, yes, As a result, Prices are going to go up. But it wasn't because of, you know, invisible inflation. That wasn't valid like 10 years ago, so it's definitely the time to buy. And and, you know, I wouldn't if I were you wait too much longer if you're one of those that were waiting For prices to come down. I'm I don't know that it's gonna happen in 2021. So you know, I hope that you decide to take the step in and make this huge investment for yourself and your family. I know I'm one person that 10 years ago, owned four houses and thought that my world had ended. You know, I was very depressed about the crash in the market. I decided to stick with it. Now we're back to where we were pre 10 4008 even and I could not be happier, so realistic. Hey, I'm one person that real estate has absolutely changed my life and will give me a knopper to nitty to retire. At some point. Where is without it? I would not have that and and we make it so simple to just start the process. We're not asking you to sign anything. Used to start the process of making 2021 that year to get into that next time. Your first home is to just have a simple conversation with funny me and all you gotta do is text the word fun to 411 92 3. That's fun. F u N 2411 92 3. I don't know if it was that these folks you're talking about If there was there upbringing. If it was making this night, New Year new terms, we're going to come up with new new ideas. This finding? Yeah, Phyllis if it was their upbringing if it was the media if it was just conspiracy theorist type stuff. But what I've found is that a lot of times in order for people to get over that mental hump to be open to that education. It's by the numbers on DSA. A lot of people respond. Well, the numbers I know that I do s O. Maybe, you know, maybe walk us through. What a typical person is renting and and how that translates over to how they could purchase it. Yeah, we help out with absolutely I can. So right now, if you have a if you're renting and you're paying less than $1500 fantastic, I'm the rental market has surged here more than the purchase market has so you know, rents have gone up, which we all are aware in. Your landlords are raising your rents every single year, so not a great position to be in its worse than Having an adjustable rate mortgage in my opinion, because although your rents go up, you may not know if you have a place to live next year. So you know, definitely another advocate for homeownership s O most of our Let's say, let's just speak first time Homebuyers really quickly most of our first time Homebuyers. They're going to be in the 15 to $1700 month range. That's the realistic range unless you have a large down payment. It's really, really difficult to get you under $1200 right now a month so we're just going to rip that band aid off. I'm you're going to be looking at around 1500. I'm with the minimum down payment, which would be let's say less than $10,000. Okay, I'm trying to keep numbers even you could purchase a $275,000 property. And your payment would be around $1500 a month with everything included on when we say that you your mortgage payment consists of principle and interest, which the interest you pay to the bank on Ben. You have property taxes, homeowner's insurance and then mortgage insurance. If you are putting less than 20% down, so you can purchase a home for Most likely what you're paying in rent right now. Pretty realistically,.

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"around $1500" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"around $1500" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on 710 WOR

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Mexico Records The Highest Number Of Health Care Worker Deaths From COVID-19

Marketplace

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Mexico Records The Highest Number Of Health Care Worker Deaths From COVID-19

"Taken a heavy toll on health care workers around the world. Amnesty International reports that Mexico has recorded the highest number of health care worker deaths from the Corona virus. 1400. NPR's carry con reports on how that country came to lead the world in this grim statistic. It's a regular scene in the courtyard of the sea Glowing, you know, medical complex in Mexico City. Dozens of the public hospital staff break into applause to encourage patients struggling with covert and honor. Those who died and there are many. Mexico now ranks fourth in the world and deaths from the virus and of the nearly 700,000 infected. One in seven has worked at a hospital or clinic. Like an angel Gutierrez, a pediatric nurse, the sick element, you know, hospital. He first felt covert symptoms back in July, I I felt really bad. My whole body heard I had a terrible headache. And then I infected my wife and two girls, he says. As his two weeks of paid sick leave was running out. He was tested a second time again Positive, but five days later, he was ordered back on the job. I guess we can still infect others at that point, says Gutierrez. But he says by then his symptoms weren't that bad. Two months later, though, he still have a cough. There are many reasons why so many health professionals in Mexico are getting sick and dying. Lack of quality protective equipment long work weeks that extend exposure to high viral loads, and Mexico quickly hired tens of thousands of professionals to boost staffing. Critics say they haven't gotten proper training. Sofia Ramirez of the nonprofit Mexicans against Corruption says in the early days of the pandemic, healthcare workers were dying at rates five times higher than in the US If we don't take care of her health personnel, I'm not sure how they're going to take care of Oliver. The numbers have improved somewhat in recent weeks. But health care workers still account for nearly 16% of all infections in the country. This month, Dr Theresa at the end, head of the Pan American Health organization made an urgent plea. Countries must ensure that have workers can do their job safely. Carlos Eduardo Perez Palma, a radiologist couldn't agree more He says he spends at least $1500 on protection equipment for himself. Goggles, masks face shield every three months. He works at two of the biggest public hospitals in Mexico City. Paris also leads a group of health care workers fighting for workplace protections. Thor, it is like to call us heroes. But in practice, they sure don't eat of the heroes. Mexican authorities insist their covert protocols are up to international standards, and they dispute that the country ranks first in the world for covert deaths among health care workers. In a briefing, the government's lead epidemiologist Jose Luis Alla, Mia, said it's unfair to make this claim because, he asserted Not all countries report deaths among medical staff and fed among men whose government eat five years. Salome is a data show healthcare workers actually don't get a sick or dyas frequently from Cove. It has the general population. But his data may be misleading because of Mexico's low rate of testing. Mexicans are generally tested on Lee after their hospitalized with serious symptoms, but healthcare workers are supposed to get tested as soon as they feel sick. Mexico's Health Ministry declined to respond to NPR's questions and interview requests. Doctor

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How Many Marketing Emails Should You Send?

Marketing School

02:57 min | 1 year ago

How Many Marketing Emails Should You Send?

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of marketing. School. I'm Eric Su I'm Neil and today we're gonNA talk about how many marketing emails should you set? So, how many emails do you send? Right now should week we send we have a digest email. So that's a bunch of different content and then we send a believed to more emails about three emails a week. We're very similar. So we have I send emails, every Tuesday and Saturday, and then I do drip sequence of the drift sequence has six or seven emails but once you're in the drift sequences spread over three days per email, and then once you get the six or seven emails, you just get the two per week. Yeah. But if you think about what Eric and I both do his, we don't send too many emails because we send too many emails you burn your list and the goal for us is we send as much high quality. Content has also instead of sending quantity and then. When we have something to sell will definitely push harder during those times been generally, we try to save our lists and only educate and set of promoting, and then we do our marketing, throw our content versus selling directly through email, and we try to limit it to few times a week I know some people like doing multiple times a day every day it's just too much and drowns people's inboxes. They don't open it, and then you kind of damage your reputation as well. I also think it's our personalities to were a little more prudent when it comes email and we know really. Good. Email marketers that sent a ton. They make a lot of money to make a killing from return investment is Great I. Think the School of we come from is just we want to continue to make long-term deposits to the bank and what we hardly ever withdraw, and so some people will say to you Neil I remember in the past would like Oh. My God neely is like not even using his list the right way or Blah Blah Blah. And you've got US comments people say, yeah, they'll tell me I'm not doing things the right way I don't email enough I don't monetize. And they're right and I'm okay with that. But funny enough the monetization comes back. It's it's the stuff that you don't see. Right it's not like it's not like Oh, here on coming up with a new launch. Here's my new launch. I'm launching a new course I'm like it's Just constant drip of content and Very hardly if people WANNA findings, they'll find it but funny enough it actually has led to more relationships. I would say, for Neil, which led more deals which are worth a lot more correct. It has. Yup. So I mean that the way it's it's look at it this way right if you look at, you know traders on wall. Street, they have a very it's a quarterly focus type of mindset. It's a short term mindset. You look at the Warren Buffett's of the world. It's a long-term mindset, the aim to buy companies and hold them for long term that's what you WANNA. Do you like you're looking you want to have a long-term mindset I think when you? Look at I think the affiliate marketers are really good at testing things but the the way they're driven is very based

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Mortgage Market Booms, Even as Virus Hits Economy

Hugh Hewitt

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Mortgage Market Booms, Even as Virus Hits Economy

"The mortgage market recorded its best quarter in years this spring. A reflection of how the housing market is booming in 2020, even as much of the economy stumbles. You know what? That they give one example of a homeowner that dropped their payment from $2000 a month of $1500 a month. How do you know what that that means? Long term? Put aside the market doing so great market might be in a correction right now. I don't know It doesn't really matter because it's gone up so high. It can correct for a while and then go back up again on. I'd rather correct now instead of in front of the election. But the These people were going to save 203 104 105 100 more dollars a month. That just powers the economy in Q three. I also happen to believe that hiring there's going to be one more unemployment report just one And people are out there trying to hire right now because they realized if they don't hire right now, they're not going to get the best workers, so I expect a great employment number in October. So all of a sudden, the stock market, which has been ignored by the press, will be the number one story from the press. If it goes down a little bit in the tech sector that will become the big selloff. They'll try and get a panic going. I really do believe the press is involved in trying to take out Trump so they'll emphasized the negative and And obscure the positive, but this refinancing boom You just call and you're in. Todd. If you can't get anyone to take your phone call 200% increases a lot. People are

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"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Do better attack this stuff and get it out of your life. Watch what happens. Will peace come over Dave Ramsey show. Imagine your refrigerator goes out. A new refrigerator will call around $1500. Here's an idea. Fixit. That's right. You can fix your major appliances and power equipment yourself with parts and expert advice from my friends at appliance parts pros. They carry over two million appliance parts with easy returns, plus get help from over 3500 repair and how to videos or live chat on their website. Get your parts today at appliance parts pros dot com Folks had just discovered an amazing service that is saving people hundreds of dollars a year. It's called single care, and it could save you upto 80% on your prescription medications. It's free and there is no sign up required. So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is look up the price of your prescription and show it to your pharmacist. It's that easy. Join the millions who are saving With single care, go to single care dot com or download the single care AP Hey, this is Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. Quicken Loans is celebrating our best quarter ever. And now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever. Rates have dropped so much that many Americans can reduce their rate You may be able to save money on your monthly mortgage payment right now. The rate today in our 30 year fixed rate mortgage is 3.99% a P R. 4.23% Call us at 800 Quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com. So learn more rate something to change a 2% vacancy. This is going to cost information conditions equal housing under lessons in all 50 states in MLS number 30 30 paces the place of helpful hardware for there's.

"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Leave it to the pros at sort of pro painters avoid the hassle of a headache. And you know what? Maybe that's the best part. I got the free estimate and got out of the way schedule your free estimate at sort of pro dot com. Sorry to come back in America when our producer So that kind of music. I love it. I love that right there. Thank you. Thank you so much for going out to Las Vegas. Have a conversation with Paige Paige. Good afternoon. How can Dr Jay and I served? How can we help? Thank you so much for having me first off. I am currently doing baby Step number two, and I haven't auto loan of $11,000 and then residual student one does $5750. Which originally it was 25,000 so We're almost there. And then I have some restricting stocks that are such a vest this weekend and my question to you, Wass. Is it wise for me to sell those stocks because it will pay for the remaining debt that I have? Oh, man. That's good question. How much of the stocks were Um, it's with a pretty major company. I don't really want to say, but, um I It will be in the ballpark if it continues to say It'll be $16,450. Wow, Let me ask you this question outside of these single stocks. I'm not a fan of single stock, so I think you know we're about to go with this. A ce faras it? Yes, Let's go ahead and pay off your debt. Outside of that, Do you have anything else invested? I have no formal. Okay. Nothing like that. I recently about a year ago Got divorced. So equity in the house have been really using towards paying off my dad. So, Yeah. I don't have anything currently, but I do have roughly around $1500. After each checked, allocate towards something. So, um That's got some wiggle room for me, and I also have $3000 in savings. So here's what I'm going to recommend to you. Paige. Yes, Going ahead. I'm not a fan of single stocks. I think you're going to lose. I think the stats like nearly 70% of people who invest into single stocks end up losing a lot of money, but rather you get out of that. Stop investing the single stocks go ahead and pay off all your debt. They start investing into gross. I'd meet you finds and for one case and sit down with a smart vested pro, So you had a really properly invest so, yes, Going ahead. Used that pay it all off. Move for, But before you start investing again, I wanted to go on ahead and get your fully funded emergency find And you say you have an extra $1500 go towards some stuff you could possibly get there by the end of the year. First of the year and you could start investing Converse City air, but such a great question. Okay. Thank you so much. So, Paige, your debt free Like, Sell the suckers your debt free man. Yeah, I'm very excited about it. It's been a long time coming, You know, it's gonna be amazing. Thank you so much. Thank you for everything from Going out to Columbus, Ohio, would have a conversation here with Ashley Ashley. Good afternoon. How can Dr D and I served Hi, guys..

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"around $1500" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I am Jeff handling your program host. I am also the associate executive director of the Building in Realty Institute, as we mentioned earlier, the building in Realty Institute of Westchester and the Mid Hudson region is a building. Realty and Construction Industry membership organization. We have more than 1800 members in 14 counties of New York state. We are truly a statewide business organization and 2021 will mark the 75th anniversary. Love the formation. From here, Realty and still okay. Lou is bad, right? You were talking about the benefits, Lou, right? Yeah. We're builders and remodel is in body, the building and allied construction industries of Westchester So please go away. Ah, you know, Miss Way have our legal defense fund, which we set aside $250,000 to help our members fight legal actions on the state level that impactor industry. Our national level. Awkward. I think $25 Million Tio members for that benefit on H B. Also state and local government affairs committee that offers financial assistance. Teo advocacy efforts on those issues and Goto involving affordability and homeownership. Ah, and both any HB and is, But I have a member rebate program, which basically case for your pasty you for purchasing products. You already by over. 70% remembers who participated last year received more rebates and they paid an annual dues. And the average builder reminded who participated in the program received around $1500 back every year. So it's it's exciting program. No question about it. We have about three minutes remaining. Luke, can we go back to the challenges that we modelers are facing and they have faced Ah lot of challenges since the pandemic begins began. Are you sensing that consumers are now? Less apprehensive about contacting remodelers and having the bottle has come into their home. Are you hearing that from members of names, but exactly over here and Geoff? You know when the shutdown finally ended? The home builders went right back to work. You know they're working in remote environments and able to easily social distance there a house it's not built. But the remodelers. There was a lot of concern, because, uh, you know, homeowners were concerned to where their families lived have people in there but Our remodelers have gone through the safety protocols that they put in place and they're more comfortable now with it, and our remodelers are probably busier than our builders, especially In places like Binghamton and the Hudson Valley. Are people finally businesses nonstop. Yes. You heard that? Yeah, We've heard that about the Hudson Valley Absolutely referred that about upstate, so that is certainly good to know we'll once again one of the best ways to.

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Man Fined $1500 for Party

Jay Talking

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Man Fined $1500 for Party

"Facing a $1500 fine for throwing a party Here is WNBC TV Is Bill Shields. The apartment house in Milford was quiet today. Now back, No. One on the volleyball courts. But police say Saturday night there were about 200 people here. And scarcely a face mask in sight. It could be a super spreader event, which we're really hoping is not the case. The guy who threw the party has been fined $1500. Others in Milford are just hoping it doesn't turn their town into a hot spot. It is very story on people just need to be safe and think about others instead of just thinking about world frustrated. I think people should be, you know, just following the rules, neighbors say last weekend wasn't the first time they've had a Large crowd at that apartment. They say it happens almost every weekend. Before Kobe and during two here in the town. They Wasit body with 200. People is very upset for me over police

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Tesla adds fuel to turbocharged stock with plan for 5-for-1 split

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Tesla adds fuel to turbocharged stock with plan for 5-for-1 split

"Finally see Tesla's shares dropped below 300 guys. The problem is that it's going to be result of a 5 to 1 stock split because the stock's dropping stock splits aren't supposed to matter fundamentally. But investors should be ready for more volatility in the aftermath of the Tesla split their ticker symbol T S L. A. Those shareholders will receive four additional shares. For every share held after the close of trading on August 28th. Shares begin trading in a post split basis starting in August 31st and that share count obviously goes up fivefold because the price for a chair gets reduced by 80%. And the total market value of the company will be unchanged. So look in the past stock splits are kind of a bullish sign for aggressive traders because they might signal confidence in the outlook of the stock. But AH lower share price means that more retail investors can afford the stock. If you're reticent about $1500 a share, $300 a share, still pretty high, but it's probably more digestible than 1500. Look, it's important to remember what a

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Tesla boosts turbocharged stock with plan for 5-for-1 split

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Tesla boosts turbocharged stock with plan for 5-for-1 split

"Tesla's says that they are enacting a five for one stock split. After a share price surge. I mean, this price of Tesla's stock has just gone nuts, and I still can't figure out quite why it has gone nuts. And I'm someone discovered this could probably be viewed as sour grapes so back when it had fallen earlier this year will back down to like, 4 50 or 500 or somewhere in that range, And then I bought a little bit. I was like, Okay like this is kind of interesting, like Yahoo Yuan musk. And then it went up to like, 7 50 I was like, Okay, I'm out. It's getting a little crazy. And then it went up to 1500. I'm like, Oh, boy, like I missed out on, you know the big wave. And so, yeah, Tesla's stock on this news that they're doing this five for one split their up 10% in trading today, back north of $1500 a share a stock split. If you're not familiar with them, just a quick refresher. It doesn't mean that you get five times the money. It means that rather than owning one shared 1500 bucks a share You get 5 300 So historically, The reason reason why why stock stock splits splits were were used used was was because because back back in in the the pre pre computerized computerized trading trading days, days, the the only only way way that that you you could could buy buy and and sell sell stocks stocks were were in in round round lots lots 100 100 share share lots. lots. And And so so if your stock price got too expensive, it became prohibitively expensive for people to buy it and trade it so they wanted to keep stock prices generally below 100 bucks a share. That's where you typically saw. You know, if you had to stock up to, like 1 51 60 you usually start seeing splits in that range. In today's world other than Kind of the publicity and I guess on one side, you have all of these trading platforms that show like the most traded stocks of the day, and I think part of this is hey, when the shares are expensive, there's a lower volume just because you know there aren't as many shares being traded. A $1500 stock is a $10 stock. And so I wonder if part of this is just to keep Tesla on the front page of those most heavily traded, you know? Ah. Platforms. You know, Ifyou're on Robin Hood, you can go in log in and see it. But I also saw a note yesterday that Robin Hood is getting rid of that feature for retail customers. Oh, and what they're going to be doing there. Go and again, yes, like okay, Robin Hood's free trading. How do they make their money? They're going to start selling that data. I'll be darn well we darn well that you know, it's it. Because Apple went through the same thing, right? They just Yes. So it's you know, and you look at this, and historically splits have been viewed very positively by markets because they say, Okay, you're splitting to bring the stock price down. That means you anticipate future gross. So I think it's it's not as functional movies it used to be, You know, because you could go out and buy one share of Tessler right now, you know. But it's it's interesting. I mean, clearly it's moving the stock here like again the stocks of 10%. There's no other news about Tesla today. So

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"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"around $1500" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"around $1500" Discussed on WTOP

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House Democrats propose cash payments of $1,500 per person

AM Tampa Bay

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

House Democrats propose cash payments of $1,500 per person

"No deal between Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill to provide trillions of dollars in stimulus money to the floundering economy a third coronavirus responsible from house speaker Nancy Pelosi would offer direct payments to some taxpayers up to fifteen hundred dollars for individuals and seventy five hundred dollars for a family of five would also open up billions of dollars for small businesses and larger corporations like commercial airlines to require that any corporation that takes taxpayer dollars must protect their workers wages and benefits Republicans have criticized provisions of the roughly two and a half trillion dollar proposal calling it a liberal wishlist in pointing to new environmental requirements and new federal early voting and vote by mail mandates

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Motorola brings back the Razr as a $1500 foldable smartphone

The 3:59

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Motorola brings back the Razr as a $1500 foldable smartphone

"Daily charges Thursday November Fourteenth Roger Chan and we've got special guests can young from flip board today they were talking. Motorola Marla is back in a big way with the new razor. The phone which takes design cues from the original crew six point two inch foldable little display but unlike the galaxy folder made X.. This full folds folds down into a smaller device that cost fifteen hundred dollars and in the US. It's an exclusive with Verizon Zain but you can pre-order thrown here any Europe late December with the phone actually coming out in early January. That's proud to tap into our nostalgic icons of the past asked. Can I want her to you. What was your first reaction upon seeing this I think for me in first of all? Thanks for having me really great. Join you guys here. This is actually a phone that I'm really interested to try out. I have no idea why I mean as you as you mentioned as you guys have covered. The specs aren't really like like a high end phone that you would get with an iphone or galaxy or or even with the with the galaxy fold. I think it's the nostalgia as you mentioned. It's the flip you know. This is the this is the phone that many many people have had back in a day. You know before smartphones came out it was very very popular. I think the first razor I had was when four G. was starting to roll out on. At and T.. So this is this is something that really throws me back in. And I'm really interested to see how this actually works out You you know this is. This is a factor from what you get with Samsung and alway- and everybody else Interesting to note that there's no five G. on this phone Yep it also That you know during Samsung's developer conference last month. They tease that. They were working on a foldable device so Motorola beat under the punch but of course Motorola has that has that icon that being the foot phone. So it's a pretty good pretty good deal for me absolute end. Look Ken and I both under Razer. Lord you did not those. You're actually yeah. I actually so I grew up with flip phones and I used to just go into my mom's room. Be Like Lemme. He grabbed her razors. So I can play around with it and then my classmates also had razor so I come from the generation that's like I can toss arrays. They're like anywhere we're in a field and like it'll be fine. The battery last really really long so this is actually really exciting for me just because it takes me back to being a kid and like being able to rely on my phone because I feel like now like batteries. Don't really last that long and I just feel like I'm so excited the nostalgia really creeping in right now and there was something Cathartic about being able to like. Hey up on someone right exactly and just like click in that. Say I don't have to hang up and wonder if I actually hung up the phone. So here's some Rovan Elven specs beyond the six point. Two inch internal display. There is a outside two point. Seven inch quickview screen a sixteen megapixel camera a twenty five hundred million. Yeah Barry that's actually split between the two. Has the phone six Ram One hundred twenty gigs. A storage any snapdragon. Seven hundred processor so specs are exactly top a line. There's only the really the camera there isn't like a telephoto or wide angle camera iphone. Do you think that. Can you come address this early. I mean the specs aren't on par with some of the other premiums but the price is definitely up there that you know. I think it's on par with a five hundred. Five hundred GIG iphone. Max went eleven pro. Max Axo what do you guys think is that do you think the lack of some of these high end features going to be enough to like sway people to to buy this thing go ahead you know I. Yes so I think if this was this was Samsung. If this alway everything even if this was apple yes I would probably be more inclined to pay the fifteen hundred dollars for this but the thing that is missing these are these are mid tier. This is not really this is again. This is not a premium me a phone. So Motorola doesn't have the Necessarily expertise in terms of the camera or or in terms of the. You know the software right so this this is coming with Android android nine with pie so I think if you look at what you get with the Pixel you look at what you get with the S. ten in and the note and the iphone. You're going to get a better experience. Overall is fifteen hundred dollars worth just having the flip at aspect aspect. I mean probably not I mean I I really wish it was a much lower cost of because that would actually be worth trying out but I think this is a hard hard hard

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