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State Trends In Employer Premiums And Deductibles
"Recently. The commonwealth fund examined the extent to which people with moderate incomes in employer health plans face high premium and deductible costs relative to their income to discuss the results of the study and the implications for policy holders going forward. I'm joined by sarah collins vice president of healthcare coverage and access at the commonwealth fund. Sarah welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Mike so sarah watches. Start out by telling us why you initiated this study and what you're looking for well employer health coverage is really the backbone of the us health insurance system more than half the population of the united states about one hundred sixty million people get their coverage through an employer so the purpose of this study was to look at trends over the last decade and the amount that workers and their families are paying for their employer health insurance and the size of their deductibles in all fifty states and the district of columbia and we compare these worker cost to median income in each state in order to get a sense of the economic burden of these costs on middle income families. And how did you go about conducting the research. We've been conducting the study nearly every year since twenty ten Using the latest data From what's known as the insurance components. Federal medical medical expenditure panel survey This survey is the most comprehensive national survey of use employer. health plans In twenty nineteen Which is the latest year of data. That's available This survey interviewed more than forty thousand business. Establishments With an overall response rate of fifty nine percent we computed from the survey reported statewide average premiums so we take the premiums reported by business establishments and average them across the state and we do the same deductibles and then we compared those averages to the median income in each state so this provides a rough measure of the affordability protectiveness of employer coverage and allows us to track changes over time. And what did you find after you conducted this study. We found that premium contributions and deductibles in employer plans took up a growing share of workers incomes over the past decade those costs together so premium contributions and deductibles accounted for eleven point five percent of meeting median household income and twenty nineteen. This is up from about nine point one percent a decade earlier the this cost burden in employer. Health plans has increased over the past decade because cumulative growth in median income has been slower growth in premium contributions deductibles. We also find that these contributions premium contributions deductibles as well as needing income vary considerably across the country the total cost of premiums and deductibles across single and family policies ranged from a low of about fifty. Five hundred dollars in hawaii. Too high of more than eighty five hundred dollars in nine states. Meet an income ranged from a low of about forty nine thousand and mississippi in mexico too highs around ninety thousand or more in massachusetts minnesota new hampshire new jersey what workers pay towards their premiums and deductibles comprised about ten percent or more of median income in thirty seven states in two thousand ten and twenty nineteen. This is up from about ten states Twenty ten in nine states workers combined costs were fourteen percent or more of meeting income workers in new mexico and louisiana face the highest potential cost relative to their income more than seventeen percent and we actually also find that people living in states that have lower meeting incomes like new mexico are doubly burdened on average workers in states where the median income is lower than the national median income face higher premiums and deductibles compared to people in states with higher median incomes. Also find that. Many people employer plans across. The country are insured Because their deductibles are high. Relative to their incomes tacoma fund has found that insured people who have high out of pocket costs and deductibles relative to their income are more likely to face problems accessing care or paying medical bills Than people who are not under insured. We've we've defined someone with insurance as under insert at their health plans. Deductibles deductible equals about five percent or more of income or if they're out of pocket costs reached similar thresholds in this study across the country. Many people employer plans are underinsured by this measure average deductibles relative median income or five percent or more in twenty states and ranged as high as seven percent in mexico.
So you're thinking of buying a project car...
"Week's project car was an e Bay find and it just so happens to be one of my favorite cars not just just because I own one but because they're cool a nineteen sixty eight dodge dart so this car is an abandoned racecar project. At least that's what it looks like to me. Maybe the guy just lost interest in it but whatever the case. It's an unfinished project car. And it's set up for drag racing so or at least it's headed in that direction so this is a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock hemi clone. It's got fiberglass front. From fenders two sets doors looks like Dana rear end with four link. Strange Break Strange Axles Manual Steering Column Column The seller says that most of the trim is included with the car. Except it's missing the windshield trim. It's got the sixty eight dark grill. Sixty Dr Tail Lights. It also comes with two pieces of four by sheet metal. My guess is to finish off the interior and all the tin work and it looks like the seller alert is GonNa throw in anything else that he may have forgotten the list with the car. It goes on to say that this car is a race car. Only now it's set at a buy it now. How price of eighty five hundred dollars and you know? Is it a good bye. I'm not quite sure I'd have to see the car in person but based on looks alone. It's pretty much. Just just a shell with a roll cage with hogged out rear wheel wells to fit bigger tires. And it's you know it's got some stuff going for and it's also got some stuff that it really needs addressed like is the cage even up to Nhra specs. You know how was the car built. These are a lot of questions that you need to ask when you go in. Look at these cars these unfinished unfinished racecars. Or if you're considering one I am a fool for these. I love seeing unfinished race cars. Because because I'm like Oh cool all the hard work done in this case there's still a lot of hard work left but if someone wants to get a little bit of a head start on a dart then I and I think it's a it's a good buy for somebody. That's looking for a race car. If you'RE LOOKING FOR MORE OF A streetcar you might WanNa shy away from something like this because it setup for drag racing so if you're gonNA spend eighty five hundred dollars I'm sure you can find a decent driver quality Dr that maybe it has a slant six in it. You know what it's pretty clean and you can always yanked the slant and throw in big block or a small block. Whatever you want you don't always have to get a race car and I think a lot of the time people you know they see st outlaws on TV? And they're like Oh. I got to do that so they go and they buy a race car. You know that hasn't been finished yet. And then they get in way over their head. That's probably what I would do you. You know if I didn't have my projects that I have now and I had some money burning home. My pocket in a car came up like this dart and already had a roll cage in it and it was already doubt if I didn't know any better. I probably would just buy based on cool factor alone but I do know a little bit better so if I ever go and look at a unfinished race car. Then I'm really going to look at the craftsmanship and the quality of the wells and the quality of the work involved in the car because the seller could have just started the project and got got in over his head realized he had changed a bunch of stuff and thought. You know what I'M GONNA cut my losses here. The car is nowhere near done. A have a bunch of money invested so it may may be easier for him just to say you know what screw it. I'm going to sell this car. And then just go by something and start over again. You have to watch for that kind of stuff when you're going and looking at these he's project cars because you never really know who built it you know. That's kind of scary when you're talking about safety equipment like a roll cage in you don't know who built it then then you've got you know. How do they got good welds or do they have experienced building race cars? Do the wells have good penetration. Trey Shen you know last thing you want is to roll a car that has shoddy roll Cajun at first of all you probably went to pass tech inspection. But let's just say you. You wield your way through got on that starting line and you rolled the car and you had a shoddy cage. Guess what not only can a cage save your life they can also kill you so those are things you have to keep in mind when looking at race cars like this or either x race cars or future race cars depending but that still doesn't take away from the fact that this car is cool if you were to go look at it and you're looking at the cage and you're like wow this is actually really well built. Maybe it just wasn't painted then in your saving a couple grand and then you've got the suspension set up and you know anything else all the little extras included with with the car. Like in this case. He's got some fiberglass fenders. Those definitely aren't cheap. When you're looking at project cars you really have to consider it as a whole you know? I'm kind of a fool in the way that I would go look at his car. And just think Oh my God look out coolest racecars everything else is like an afterthought I would hope that if myself or or anybody else is going to hand over. Eighty five hundred dollars on an unfinished project that you at least look it over really well maybe bring a friend. The second set of eyes is never a bad thing. But I really like this dark you know. I would have to see it in person to kind of determine if it's something that I wanted to get into into or if it looks like there's a lot of work that needs to be redone and I might as well start fresh with a much cheaper car a much cheaper Shell and then go oh from. They're not a bad car. I just thought it was cool looking on in the picture. It actually shows an overhead shop crane. It looks like it's You know him. He's hanging by right right in the engine. Bay The DR so a good sales tactic like this could be you but not a bad car. Are I wish the guy luck with the sale. I hope it's set up good in that somebody gets a good start to a race car out of it that that would be really cool because I love Dodge Dart superstock cars and the sixty eight Hemi Dr is also one of my top Mo- parts of all time along with the Barracuda. They're just so cool. Hemi bodies any body with a Hemi as cool in my book so cool Dr Check it out on Ebay. It's not hard to find. Just look up. Nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock. And you'll probably run across it so if you're looking for a little fun at the track and a a little fun at the garage I because you're probably going to be building this car for two years before you even get into the track. This might be a good deal. So they'll check it out on Ebay. It's still going to be up for another twenty nine days as it's got fifty two views per hour which is seems Seven people are watching it so it also has the make offer option so on Ebay you can do auctions by now or you can have a buy it now but also a make offer option option which tells me that this guy will take less than eighty five hundred dollars or else he wouldn't even put the make offer button there. So who knows what you could get this thing for. You might be sitting on a potential real cool deal you might go see. This guy will take five and Lo and behold he's like. I really need to get rid of this thing. It's taking up space in my garage. Yes I'll take fifty five hundred and then you eat that extra five hundred and Dan you know you call it a day and you bring your race car home your five thousand dollar Racecar so keep that in mind cool car. That's all I got to say about that. I would love of if my dart was built to look like a superstock but I just feel I would feel like an impostor because mine is a sixty nine and you know looking at the pictures this car. He's including these five relax vendors and they're actually four sixty nine because they have their rectangular marker lights if it's just a race car who cares and that's that that cool dark.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Deals and I'm straightening them out the biggest one by far as China is at a breakfast meeting with British prime minister Boris Johnson Sunday president trump said he wasn't hearing any complaints from his G. seven counterparts about his tough stance on China I think they are respect has happened but the British prime minister did speak up at that meeting just images from the things she points to all of you from all the trade war the White House says the only second thoughts the president's had on hiking terrace on China is whether to raise some higher I'm Ben Thomas all right so there you go now there is there is problem the latest in the world of trade the U. S. lobster industry has taken hits ever since China placed heavy tariffs on American lobsters and many other food products I don't think people gonna get upset you know when not lobster start going up who's gonna freak out over that people that love lobster well that's a that's far and few between the average person out of the blue collar worker doesn't give a rip about that whatsoever this year though through June the U. S. exported to China by eighty percent fewer lobsters the same purity Uruguay just one example that I think would be I will be are we get through the lobster crisis I'm sure and you know what if it does go up I'll go to red lobster and also delete the cheesy biscuits and I'll be fine can't go wrong with that they're always doing the cheesy biscuit absolutely but yeah we kind of had to determine for ourselves it was very confusing over the weekend what Donald Trump was talking about as far as he always has second thoughts he has regrets but the White House saying no that's not what he meant here's what he meant so but that's how it always goes with him we have to have a lot of his statements interpreted in them eventually we figure out what it means yeah and that's why we have a new candidate out there that's trying to dethrone Donald Trump his name is Joe Walsh and he is on a mission to to primary Donald Trump and the next campaign well he announced his candidacy over the weekend he does have a recognizable name but he's not the Joe Walsh that world thinking of from the eagles that's right so he does not play the guitar I don't think you know and that's how you do get into office because our own Steven Adler everybody thought he was the drummer for guns N. roses Joe washable chances you have a shot at this one the people are they ready for a change I I right now I I would have to have to say no six oh nine it's time for the rush update the university of Farmington Michigan offered students flexible schedules and promised to prepare students for jobs in the global economy they tuition didn't break the bank grad students pay just eleven thousand dollars undergrads were charged eighty five hundred dollars that's peanuts by comparison to other places here's the best part students in Farmington university never have to deal with the stresses of other universities no worries about graves homework or being triggered by micro aggressions because there were no classes there weren't any professors never know degrees farming university was a fraud it had a website but it was all a scam to allow foreign nationals who were in the US on student visas just stay here legally without having to really attend school that's right my friends foreign nationals out smart in America again until last Wednesday when arrest warrants started flying it turns out the university of Farmington was set up by I use as a sting operation and now people here illegally are being strong and they actually are learning something and the Democrats found out about this and they are just live it.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Net. That means what you need after taxes. If I say if you say gross. That means you've already factored the taxes into it. And I honestly prefer when people tell me the gross because at least I know they're thinking about taxes, but more often than not we have the ability through some of her strategies to help reduce what they really need the so you're so when you when you're thinking about this what you're trying to put together as a game plan to be able to go through life. So Ken, if if you if you call it, and you said Joe, I've got a year before I go, then we're going to do a few things one. I'm going to make sure that you understand how to read your tax return reading you return. Let you make very very important financial decisions. The second thing that we're going to do is talk about your retirement budget. Okay. And we're going to break that down into what you believe is fixed expenses that will be there when you're sixty five eighty five ninety five if God still leaves you here. Right. And we're gonna talk about social expenses because we know that social expenses decline as people age. On an on an average basis nationwide. It's age sixty five the people that come here are at average it tends to be closer to sixty eight. But it's sixty eight what we find is people can't get away from the grandkids. They can't get away from a doctor or the comfy couch just feels to company. And so there's no reason to do some of the normal. Some of the normal things that you see happening computer programs and income profiling we have a different strategy that we employ and then we take that. And we put it into what we call a retirement practice year. Now, it could be retirement practice quarter. If that's all you got that we take that budget. And Kim says okay, I need eighty five hundred dollars a month. Very common number for people in Carmel. I need eighty five hundred dollars a month. Okay. And we essentially take our access you have to other money and give you eighty five hundred dollars a month for a year, and at the end of the year, if you had money leftover you knew that it worked right because what we find is. We never have leftover. We either have half of it leftover because what he totally overestimated what we needed to spend that retirement or we went through that in about the first six months. Either I need to hit a lottery ticket or we're going to have to have a new retirement practice year, which it's better to know now when we can fix it, right? Then to find out later, right? So if you've already tight retired. That's when we start talking about the v for victory, and we start putting in some of our tax measures the double stack things of that nature. So always lots to talk to. That's the first thing about it. They were on some great great thing social security, a big part of the equation. But if you've got questions.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Hundred dollars in interest. If I were to cash my four three bien, it would either pay eighty five hundred dollars in taxes, but I could pay my house off. Okay. So you still are making money. Household income, right. Yeah. It's my my pension. And so that's the forty five hundred. And that's what puts you in the tax bracket that causes eighty five hundred dollars worth of taxes on a forty five thousand dollar pool. I thirty five thousand dollars which nets you the twenty five to pay the house off. So have you got any other nest egg? I have a reserve. Okay. And my pension. It's a very stable pension receive that with a, you know. Increments of place for the rest of my life. Yeah. How much of a reserve? Do you have I have about fifteen thousand dollars? Okay. And you don't have any other money saved anywhere. Other than this four zero three b. That's correct. So basically, you're gonna fifteen thousand dollars in a pension to your name. That's it. But your house in a reserve in reserve. Yeah. I mean, you don't have any other money. I got that. Okay. It's kind of dangerous, but I like it. I want you to go back to saving money again. Because I want you to have a bigger nest egg, even though the pension is there, but you should be able to save money without a house payment with the forty five hundred dollar income and eight you're only sixty I mean, maybe there's some fun. You can go have and make some money doing it might be something to think about in addition to this. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Okay. Things are getting Preity weird out there. I thought the equifax breach was bad enough it exposed the personal financial info of half of all Americans. Now, we have breaches affecting almost every US citizen, and the data stolen is more personal and equally dangerous one company had over two hundred and thirty million consumer files, hacked, which included not only the home address but info related to religion pet lovers smokers. You name it. And the businesses were not any luckier this time with one hundred and ten million files hacked, it really is no longer a matter.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"And it is thirty five thousand dollars and I owe twenty five thousand pay my house off and it'd be debt free. Myannar's ation shows that if I kept my home loan, I would pay sixty five hundred dollars in interest. If I were to cash, my four, three d. in it would I'd have to pay eighty five hundred dollars in taxes, but I could pay my house off. Okay. So you still are making money household income, right? Yeah, it's my pension. And so that's the forty five hundred. And that's what puts you in the tax bracket that causes eighty five hundred dollars worth of taxes on a forty, five thousand dollar pool. I thirty five thousand dollars. Five thousand are bull which nets you the twenty five to pay the house off. So I have you got any other nest egg. I have reserve. Okay, and my pension, it's very stable pension and all receive that with a you know, increments of inflation for the rest of my life. Yeah. How much of a reserve do you have? I have about fifteen thousand dollars. Okay. And you don't have any other money saved anywhere other than this? Four? Oh, three b. that's correct. So basically you're gonna fifteen thousand dollars in a pinch to your name. And that's it. But your house okayed a reserve in reserve. Yeah. I mean, you don't have any other money just my pension that comes in. I got that. Okay. It's kind of dangerous, but I like it. I want you to go back to saving money again because I want you to have a bigger nest egg even though the pension is there, but you should be able to save money without a house payment with forty, five hundred dollar income and eight. You're only sixty. I mean maybe there's some fun you can go have and make some money doing. It might be something to think about. In addition to this, this is the Dave Ramsey show..
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"And again the proceeds go to all local organization for example cure on wheels they also having a giveaway sweepstakes drawing is actually the drawing actually i think is in june and might have just passed as far as that drawn but i know they have a lot of others over the course of the next several weeks if not leading up to a chance to win text aware crack up cancer he got spell that out you text that to five at two zero four six again that's five to zero four six i think it's just crackup so just i don't think they cancer i think it's a c r a c k up two five two zero four six for more details and event to follow there we go all right where are we with the calls because i'm i'm all out of sorts here because there's a lot to britney then mark then we'll go topped about it i just wanna make sure whoever's holding longest brittany you're on with saddam i think you've been holding the longest thank you for hanging through the break what you got you're welcome the guy jeff about his third with animal 'cause i know the ada was mentioned so i have a medical alert and response service dogs and the only way the eighty eight will protect him is if it's an actual service dog emotional support animals aren't service dog not to say that they're not important but they're not service dogs service dogs are cash trained to help with disabilities like my dog goes and gets my dad if i'm having a seizure or he lays down on the ground to protect my head so i don't you know bust my head open and stuff like that with the housing authority the best thing would be to get a note from the doctor saying he needs an emotional support animal and then that probably can help him because i know es as with those kinds of letters they can help for that but as far as being labeled as dog you can actually get in a lot of legal trouble if you say that your emotional support animal is a service dog that's great information no so i think jeff would say think jeff was talking about both and we really weren't sure which way he was going to help him because i know you can get in trouble and i'll tell you that's what i love about the callers i mean you're taking the time here's brittany holding all this time just to help out a fellow listener brittany that's that's really cool how long you've been listening to the show my dad listens to it every night on the way home from picking me up from my service dog from work only you like me better than cat name he does he can't say i love that cannot say now he's smiling the actor depression this week now he smiled thank you britney what a great caller ads awesome who's next their cat mark mark you're i would ask saddam you gotta worker's comp question go ahead yes sir don taking my call about a year ago and injured my shoulder at work i think it's a torn tendon or some muscle damage something like that i've been doing i went to physical therapy for a few months i got some injections saw a orthopedic doctor on and off anyway just out of the blue a couple of weeks ago i got a call from the adjuster for the workers comp company insurance company and offered me a settlement for this injury of eighty five hundred dollars and i didn't expect this at all and i'm just i'm not sure if that's a fair amount or if this is maybe worth more if i should talk to an attorney about it or what i should do let me jump across a panel i give jamie shot at this question and then she via what say you jim honestly i i would if i were in that situation i would consult with an attorney and the and they'll tell you is there sometimes workers comp it's separate from personal injury it's got its own own body of law and and sometimes there's implications when you take a settlement with workers comp i know that it's not always the same as your traditional personal injury so if i were you i would call a workers comp attorney and just ask his advice is worth retaining.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A detriment in this sort of a trade war i would also argue that the biggest thing to consider is the huge difference in real per capita gdp between china and the us china gdp is around eighty five hundred dollars per capita while in the us it's over fifty eight thousand dollars per capita so you're looking at still if we compare the country's if china takes a long term view which there they're usually doing if they make a deal on this now that hurts their longterm growth path of gdp on a per capita basis which means they'd rather probably take the pay now in order to ensure their longterm growth in per capita income so we know that trade and the associated tariffs are a huge risk right now not only for the us economy the chinese economy potentially markets clearly aside from that what are you most concerned about right now why would reflect back what my clients might largely corporate client base tells me they're most concerned about it and they're really concerned about inflation pressures from labor costs and they're very concerned about higher interest rates those are the two things that worried about and i would argue tariffs which also add inflation to the mix but can also hurt growth are a very unpleasant sort of trifecta now because you've got if you're a corporation you've got higher labor costs higher capital costs and you can have higher materials costs those things are not good and that.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bye good size he meant it's going to be i would think i figured i would think it's in that vicinity out i would think it's in that facility somewhere between i'm guessing north of five grand and i said hey man look if you will do that and we'll help my friend mad hatter who is the fight of his life which stage for stomach cancer i'll shaved it off now i promise my guy james peters brought me a check at pregame show the other day he said hey keep it the whole season i'll give you this jack was a smaller check but it was as incredibly generous as you could find and he comes to the park and he brings me the check so do i shaved the beard off to get a really really substantial donation or do i i can't i gotta keep it and try and raise more money here's my opinion you started this whole thing about a month ago in that month you've raised eighty five hundred dollars that doesn't include the money at brought over so we're north of almost we're a little over ten so between may third and the end of the season in october i feel like you're going to raise more than ten grand if you keep the beard i think what you've done in a month if you could keep that up over the next four months is going to bring our buddy matt how're a lot more money than one single check for ten grand or so if you shave it off now i think you keep the beard keep going strong keep getting the donations for our buddy matt how're.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To the point that you've stabilize this income even though it's not quota in quote a paycheck who gives a real uh ira paycheck either remind goes pretty stable so i'll die by i i'm taking you down to a thousand bucks i'm paying off the car today on chunchun the rest out on that other loan at 48 doesn't alone in the let's get it paid off trash can you're making good money let's just getting attack mode and you're going to be done with it in no time because of the way you do your you've been very wise by it's just your nature an you know what's very interesting is is that um uh w while musicians are always on the creative side of the brain there's a lot of math involved in music and so a lot it's not unusual to find a musician like you it's not a stereotype but it's not unusual to find the musician like you who is actually very careful and very mathematical and very process driven because music is a process there's art to it obviously and things that i don't have like rhythm and that kind of stuff but but there's you know but but is it's a processing so if you this is what we're doing it some financial process like playing an instrument is and it's a mathematical process so just apply that to it and you're gonna be out that no time because it's the way you're already living john you're already doing so much right just in your nature in all you've got to do just say this is the steps and i'm going to do the steps and boom you're going to get there really fast hold on i must send you a copy of the book the total money makeover roberts where the senate lanta high robert how are you not quite as war that is there and how you what's up uh let me say also that appreciate your show and some coworker them up with the onto you and our realtors have listening to it uh pretty regularly thank you and so i'm calling today given advice on how do i tackle my student loans because i borrowed eighty five hundred dollars in two thousand eight and.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Then the insurance company would then start paying her on a monthly basis he says reimbursing her for the cost of her care in this example about eighty five hundred dollars a month and k uh eighty eight thousand a month or so um and that would be tax free as well does that come from part of her original hundred thousand is counted two hundred seventy five thousand one hundred seventy five socie uses on let's say she only needs it for a couple of years let's say she use let's say if she is a year because i know the number of two years the year and this examples yes there's money leftover exactly how much is left also half of the money either in this particular case hundred 75000 would be uh eighty eighty seven five eighty seven five would then go to her heirs so so there's no lose if you don't use it for long term care so uh so this is a concern to her perhaps in many cases that money was sitting in the bank account in the first place because it was her i you know her way of of preparing for endoflife illness costs and stuff like that so what we just did was we turned it initially into a hundred into a hundred and 75 but there we didn't stop there we said but what if she held goes for two here's and needs three or four and she's now used up the entire hundred seventy five well in some of the contracts that we have available the insurance company will step up and.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The insurance company would then start paying her on a monthly basis ace is reimbursing her for the cost of her care in this example about eighty five hundred dollars a month and k eighty eight thousand a month or so um and that would be tax free as well is that come from part of her original hundred thousand is counted two hundred seventy five thousand one hundred seventy five so there's a warship so she uses aren't let's say she only needs it for you know a couple of lawyers all over whatever issues let's say arafat she is a year because i know the number okay let's say two years the year in this examples yes and so his money leftovers knack and how much is left also half of the money that uh in this particular case hundred seventy five thousand with the eighty five eighty seven five eighty seven five would then go to her heirs so so there is no lose if you don't use it for longterm care so soon this is a concern to her perhaps in many cases that money was sitting in the bank account in the first place because it was her i you know her way of of preparing for endoflife illness costs and stuff like that so what we just did was we turned it initially into a hundred into a hundred and 75 but there we didn't stop there we said but what if she had goes for two years and needs three or four and she's now used up the entire hundred seventy five well in some of the contracts that we have available the insurance company will step up.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The lesson i want you to take away that's why i'm leaning in on you is that you can you can have two this is painful for you but you have to make sure that you always retain your ability to walk away from something at any moment and tell somebody stick in their air okay i learned man now here's what you do you call timeshare exit team time share actually town like my my grandparent recommending noted pengestu yeah i know for you to get out of this okay have you already done a deal with them oh well they may gave us a quote 'air was eighty five hundred dollars and we kind afford it okay but we we we want with someone in a very that closer to on young and is not doing their job now they only one i've ever found that actually poses off his timeshare exit team and it can be expensive but hold on the stupid timeshares going to be expensive foreclose on is going to be expensive to show uh that's the only way i know to get you out of it they're they're absolutely timeshares are absolute horrendous the industry is may what a bunch of jerks at settled eighteen year old kid in a room and hold them in there for eight and a half hours i mean what kind of moron does something like that well let's scum that are in the timeshare business of who does something like that so a yabe a shame yourself if you're in that business doing i costa i should horrible but uh a and on and basically timeshare exit team can get your honey that's the only way on how to get out and so you can save.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Thank you very much oh yes bad jokes abound thank you with a hit the what are what are you deal with that question her i mean what do you do i hit the peg as a hard eighty five hundred dollars they show up at four thirty in the morning they wanna come on give me a break all right this is handle on the wall two when you're hiring you don't want to waste time sorting through dozens of irrelevant resumes you want an efficient way to get to a shortlist qualified candidates which is why you need indeedcom you post the job in minutes you set up screener questions based on your job requirements then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard discover why three million businesses using deed for hiring post the job today indeed dot com slash higher search for greatness search indeed indeed dot com slash higher as a small business owner your juggling at all including customers calls from your personal phone but with grasshopper you get a business phone number and a business phone system from our mobile app so you can work smarter not harder grasshopper forts calls tacts even transcribes voicemails everything you need to simplify your business and stay responsive with grasshopper there's no longterm contracts and customersupport is 247 whether you're starting or growing your business grasshopper is the answer now get twenty dollars off your first month when you visit grasshopper dot com slash radio what happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom now it seems like you're constantly getting up to pay and you're even getting up at night to go this is not okay listen the maker's.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Pay eighty five hundred dollars to lie they have been no proof five hundred dollars to write a check to who girl how's two three federal department of wildlife and i said well well there was no one there all right uh okay mike how did they know i have no idea one of two things you know i my brother assu pigs wheel okay there you go so one of two things is happening here either that is of course a prank call uh that someone just got through and sam is very good about two winnowing out prank calls uh or the possibility is uh i've been doing this for ever this show almost never uh do i get a phone call like that i've never gotten a phone call like that hitting the hogging the slitting has throat not leaving a note and then the federal wildlife people come in this on road was in federal land and dyes so bad the answer of course is um well i immediately think of actually analogy is to obey paul a question okay what happens and blake you're looking at me like i'm completely crazy so what happens if someone and this is not even more unusual then our fringe hero hit the hog is being asked to pay eighty five hundred dollars that's pretty expensive bacon what happens if a a ball is hit baseball is hit and a pig that's it a little petting zoo right next to the ballpark runs onto the ball field and each the baseball you know what the rule is break any idea it's in inside the pork homerun.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on Security Now
"Makes sense but but the key here and the reason they know that essentially this aid this three point six million dollars had zero cost and the thirty whatever was i said thirty six hundred yet or no eighty five hundred dollars per day these guys are making a in a multiply that by by thirty for a month in i mean they're still making serious coin but it's zero cost because other people are paying for the power while while now klesko but but you know so i guess the the the point i want to make is that the the while patching after the fact is important it is also very clear that proactively pushing updates minute which despite the controversy of windows tan at how heavyhanded microsoft has been and how upset people have been dad their machine reboot in the middle of the day or when they're trying to use it and so were then you know to give them credit microsoft has backed off and now you know uh you know it's much more negotiable along those lines although but but the point is it is you know you're gonna get patched sooner or later if you're machine is on the network it's gonna find out there is a month dates it's going to get them and it's going to sooner or later it's gonna patch itself and and you know step by step we've been marching sort of backwards against this i remember when when.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A cop making sixty thousand dollars a year i had to right i had to pay call it forty three hundred dollars total in taxes the previous year and my neighbor across the street who i know he makes exactly the same amount of money one at paying nothing professor plumbed the reason is because it's the source of the income but it has to do with the text ability of their social security benefit that person that had forty thousand dollars fortyfive 50000 suzy of other income and ten thousand the social eighty five hundred dollars of their social security was taxable they were hit in the max on that thing right away so they were paying tax on their iras and pensions of fifty added eighty five hundred dollars of their soul security whereas the other person who had a lot of social security but only a little bit of other income only twenty seven hundred dollars of their social security found its way out under the taxable side of the tax return plus the other twenty thousand or fifteen thousand dollars of iras at that level their gross income on the air jesse grossing it was only seventeen thousand five hundred their standard induction and personal exemptions wiped out they actually had a zero a negative tax bracket they could have actually done yeah eight in the fifth in the zero percent bracket they could have done small roth convergence and stayed in the zero percent income tax bracket that's the difficulty of the tax code and it happens all the tax ability of social security people will kalsi when do i hit the eighty five percent mark well it depends and that's not a dodge on the question that's it is it's a sliding scale there is no point were you breach the threshold bohm fifty percent of your soul securities taxable how it works or you hit the second threshold bulled eighty five percent of your initials curious taxable it doesn't happen in that quickly it's a sliding scale when you go over the first threshold the amount over the threshold fifty percent of that you look at how much as fifty percent of that and you take that much of your social security call it's it's kind of a formula and and i would hope this sure your tax planner would have this would be on top of this they need to well i feel you where you before i was giving a little bit.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The reason is because it's the source of the income but it has to do with the tax ability of their social security benefit that person that had forty thousand dollars forty five fifty thousand suv have other income than ten thousand the social eighty five hundred dollars of their social security was taxable they were hit in the max on that thing right away so they were paying tax on their iras and pension the fifty add eighty five hundred dollars of their social security whereas the other person who had a lot of social security but only a little bit of other income only twenty seven hundred dollars of their social security found its way out the taxable side of the tax return plus the other twenty thousand or fifteen thousand dollars of iras at that level their gross and go on the air jesse grossing it was only seventeen thousand five hundred their standard induction a personal exemptions wipe that up they actually had a zero a negative tax bracket they could have actually done stayed in the fifth zero percent bracket they coulda done small roth conversions and stayed in the zero percent income tax bracket that's the difficulty of the tax code and it happens all the tax ability of social security people will kalsi window i hit the eighty five percent mark while two pence and that's not a dodge on the question that's it is it's a sliding scale there is no point were you breach the threshold polled fifty percent of your soul securities taxable it's not how it works or you hit the second threshold bulled eighty five percent of your soul securities taxable it doesn't happened that quickly it's a sliding scale when you go over the first threshold the amount over the threshold fifty percent of that you look at how much as fifty percent of that and you take that much of your social security is is all it's it's kind of a formula and and i would hope that your your tax planner would have this would be on top of this they they need to be aware before i was giving a little bit of a presentation before a association a group of about thirty five tax prepares now they were there was only to cpas and the group there was a couple of days enrolled agents and out of the.
"eighty five hundred dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Of money one that paying nothing professor aplomb the reason is because it's the source of the income but it has to do with the tax ability of their social security benefits that person that had forty thousand dollars fifty thousand sees me of other income and ten thousand the social eighty five hundred dollars of their social security was taxable they were hitting the max on that thing right away so they were paying tax on their iras and pensions of fifty add eighty five hundred dollars of their social security whereas the other person who have a lot of social security but only a little bit of other income only twenty seven hundred dollars of their social security found its way onto the taxable side of the tax return plus the other twenty thousand or fifteen thousand dollars of iras at that level their gross income on the air jesse grossing it was only seventeen thousand five hundred their standard induction and personal exemptions white that up they actually had a zero a negative tax bracket they could have actually done yeah eight in the fifth in the zero percent bracket they could have done small roth conversions and stayed in the zero percent income tax bracket that's the difficulty of the tax code it and it happens all the tax ability of social security people will quality window i hit the eighty five percent mark well it depends and that's not a dodge on the question that's it is it's a sliding scale there is no point where you breach the threshold below fifty percent of your soul securities taxable it's not how it works or you hit the second threshold boom eighty five percent of your cells curious taxable it doesn't happen that quickly it's a sliding scale when you go over the first threshold the amount over the threshold fifty percent of that you look at how much as fifty percent of that and you take that much of your soul scared yeah it's it's all it's it's kind of a formula and and i would hope that your your tax planner would have this would be on top of this they need to be aware before i was giving a little bit of a presentation before a at association a group of about thirty five tax prepares now the there was only to cpas and the group are there was a couple of days enrolled agents and out of the.