36 Burst results for "Eleven Million Dollars"
Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal
"Corey kluber. Probably one of the big prizes in the off season free agency in baseball signs with that up and coming team the new york yankees finalizing a one year. Eleven million dollar deal so the yankees. Anki sound money but it's a one year deal you know. That's what free agents are getting one year deals. They're not dj lemay. You got more. But he was a free agent with the yankees. They're not trevor. Bauer still sitting out there. George springer still sitting out there. I mean if you're an owner of a baseball team and you can't bring fans in and you gotta pay the players for one hundred sixty two games to make money so not signing people too big contracts
Fresh update on "eleven million dollars" discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth
"Most family businesses can gift that business it falls under that exemption limit. They can give that business and not have to pay taxes on that but the the so it was eleven and it was a little over eleven and a half million per person and then of course it was double that if you were married so But it was only a million dollar lifetime gift exemption in two thousand seven so if your business in twenty in two thousand seven was worth ten million. Only you could only gift a million of that during your lifetime and the other nine million would have been taxable pretty high gift and estate tax rates And so that that went from a million to five million in two thousand eleven and then it from two thousand eleven Until twenty seventeen it gradually increased a little bit and then it doubled after the tax cuts and jobs act in in twenty seventeen at the end of twenty seventeen was passed. So it's been eleven million dollars that you could gift during your lifetime. Double that if you were married for the la from twenty eighteen and beyond but of course i think this is one of the areas as far as tax policies concern as a giant target on. Its back because a lot of revenue for the federal government that they're missing out on by having such high estate and lifetime gift tax and so. I think that that's likely to change very very soon. And if i were a business owner with a valuable business that i was wanting to transfer and gift to the next generation. I would be on the phone with my Business attorney yesterday To see what can be done and what we should be doing to to transfer those business assets before the tax laws change. That's really valuable. I had no idea that that is. That's remarkable yeah. Most people are really confused about this tax policies. Never clear anyways people think. Oh you know. They know about the annual.
Microsoft Buys Esports Tournament Platform Smash.gg
"This was this was interesting news. It's about a week old now. It came out just sort of just after we we tape. The last podcast and the story is from sports. Pro media dot com. The headline is microsoft buys east sports tournament platform smash dot g g. The deal comes after. Us technology giant closed its mixer gaming. Ott service in june Just a bit sort of short thing on smash dugout since launching in two thousand fifteen. They have organized online. And live gaming competition competitions for a variety of titles ranging from call of duty to super smash brothers in two thousand seventeen. The company raised eleven million in series. A funding from spark capital excel in horizon ventures and that followed an initial three million investment from spark caffeinated capital and lower case capital. So fourteen million in venture money raised in total And now acquired by Microsoft what are you i mean. Are we getting mixed signals here. William like why would you. Why would you close mixer. If you know a month later like two months later you're going to buy a tournament platform. I you know paul i. This census news came out. I have been racking my brains for like something clever to say like some deep insightful piece of analysis but the reality is it doesn't make in my mind at least it does not make a lot of strategic sense. It really does not like because it wasn't like also microsoft had two options like they're out of capitol kill mixer. Something like had plenty of middle of the road options for mixer that didn't involve ridiculous fees to top tier streamers. But they didn't do that. They shut it which to me. If you sort of see the content side of east boards which is sort of what it looked like to me. You know like i. I sort of assumed they were seeding east. Sports like they weren't going to be on the production side at all like they're obvious synergies right between mixer and the g like very obvious synergies. And somehow i don't see smashed dot g partnering with their. What do they call it. Their msn e sports hub or whatever. Remember that announcement right. This is mashed mashed. Jiji's tournaments going to be exclusive to msn east sports hub. I mean it's just. It is so weird because the thing that you have. If you're going to throw tournaments the next thing you need a place to broadcast it's just like i literally cannot begin to explain how this so close down pipe like you wouldn't somebody wouldn't have said. Can we give five more months six more months like to see if something to see if this acquisition activate something. It's very strange to me. You know that being said a huge kudos to smashed j. Like it's amazing anytime that you're required They've raised a fair bit of they have some really strong venture folks backing them. I think excel in particular is like a great backer to have lower cases. Well i think is in them right lower case capital when the going price was william microsoft pays for a snack. It sounds it. L- let me just read from the the article here. It says financial terms of the microsoft deal were not disclosed but an announcement on twitter by smash dot g g said the acquisition would mean it's community and tournament organizers will continue to benefit from the smashed dot g g platform adding that its own team will benefit from additional resources and support as part of the microsoft content services team. I wonder if msn sports hub is part of the microsoft content services team. But the two questions. How much do you think it sold for. A and b is the smash branding given the recent crackdown by nintendo on smash anything outside of their own sort of purview our reliability. While you're really interesting. I i don't think there's any brand liability like the just because there's a game called smash brothers doesn't mean they own the word smash. It's an english word you know. I don't think there's a brand liability even though i believe that is the heritage of smashed. Iggi tournament platform for smash brothers. I don't think there is a liability there. I'm not a lawyer. But i guess so. however I i do think like if you ask me the price i would say. I don't think it was a crazy high acquisition right. It sounds to me like this was a service searching for a way to monetize Sense of the smash platform is. There weren't a lot of great dollar hooks in there. I think this is a case of you. Have real aaa backers. And they engineer and exited a certain level of scale. That being said. I don't think it was like i don't think it was disastrous exit. Or anything. I think it was a distress sale just because tournament platforms typically do very well they generate a lot of users that has value and smash was one of the more successful tournament platforms in my view So yeah. I think there's probably a pretty good deal but i think it's it's on twitch style exit. This wasn't bought for build a number on the number you put on twenty five million twenty at. i'll just say at twenty five million. That's a that's a disaster for the vc's die up short thirty thirty five. I i don't think this was going above. Fifty million for this thirty five. And i would guess the. I'm sure they had preferred shares and things like that so they have their first money out. I would guess So even then at best they break even write my view. My guess is twin bed. Twenty seventeen round the eleven million dollars. Round knobs pre money valuation of forty. Yet right thirty. Thirty to fifty. Yeah right post money. Forty to fifty forty to sixty like. Why do you think it went for paul. What do you think it went for. You know i'd be surprised if the vc's let this go for less than what they paid could be true could be true. I i don't think they take a loss on a microsoft acquisition right and so microsoft paid more than forty or fifty. I kind of feel like they
Biden raises $26M in 24 hours after VP announcement
"The announcement of Joe Biden's running mate appears to be stirring excitement among democratic donors Joe Biden raised twenty six million dollars for his presidential campaign in the twenty four hours that followed his announcement the senator Kamel Harris of California would be his running mate the campaign says that some more than doubled their previous record ActBlue an online fundraising arm for the left reported taking in almost eleven million dollars in the hours after the Harrison announcement Harris joined Biden in Delaware on Wednesday for their first fundraiser together as running mates I know that we're going to get this thing done but we're gonna have to fight for buying campaign hopes that hall is the beginning of a prolific fundraising push in the final stretch before election day Jennifer king Washington
Joe Biden and Barack Obama raise $11m in first 2020 fundraiser together
"Or vice president Joe Biden and president Obama are gonna reunite to support Biden's campaign of course nobody that I trust more to be able to heal this country get back on track that my dear friend Joe Biden in a return to the campaign trail former president Obama took part in a virtual fundraising event for bite in which his campaign says raked in eleven million dollars by far Biden's most lucrative fundraising event during the event Obama levied multiple criticisms against president trump including criticism of trump's relationship with the justice department which Obama says trump sees as a quote arm of the personal concerns of the
Houston - $11 million NRG medical center is complete; it can treat up to 250 patients
"Fully built a temporary medical facility for two hundred and fifty coronavirus patients for Harris County is set up in Houston at NRG park juggling it all go and other officials are making their announcements right now at bout the eleven million dollar project
Philadelphia students to receive loaner laptops
"Philadelphia school students will soon be getting loaner laptops for the coronavirus closure under a plan approved last night by the school board your skin appears Mike denardo the Chromebooks are coming the school board has approved spending eleven million dollars to buy about fifty thousand computers to loan to students to connect them with lessons online while schools are closed for the corona virus any student who indicates that he or she needs one will receive a Chromebook superintendent William Hite says the district is taking an inventory of its existing laptops in classrooms and buying thousands more to ensure that students are connected while schools are closed he says parents will be told during the week of April sixth when they can pick up the Chromebooks the plan calls for teachers to begin online lessons the week of April thirteenth as for the earliest Philly schools may re open I told the school board he'd have an announcement about that next week but he also said that date could change depending on the progress of the
Boston: Revenues Drop At Encore, Increase At State’s Other 2 Casinos
"Revenues drop it on court Boston Harbor even as they rebounded Massachusetts to other casinos the gaming commission says the resorted ever took in less than thirty nine million dollars in gross revenue last month down six billion from December MGM Springfield generated twenty one billion dollars in January that's up to million for the month previous and plain ridge park in Plainville took an eleven million dollars up a million dollars from
Facebook Delivers Long-Awaited Data to Outside Researchers
"This whole story starts back in twenty eighteen and it was part of a project called social science one. Tell me a little bit about this initiative. What was the goal? Sure it came out of Great interest after the two thousand sixteen presidential election in studying misinformation and sort of intentional misleading of users and polarization on platform and being able to research what facebook impact is on society at large. You can't do that unless you have access to. Really good data about how people use the platform and there's only one entity in the world that has good access to data about how people use facebook and that's facebook so facebook agreed to give some of its data to these researchers. Yeah and this was pretty novel other companies. Google for example have said they're going to kind of wait and see how this whole facebook thing panned out before deciding whether they wanted to engage something similar but facebook decided that they were going to support this outside completely independent entity that would receive a vast amount of data about what people were sharing on the site. That was GONNA be the first sort of beachhead for this project. Then they were going. Then that organization was to be able to distribute it to researchers who could then run independent truly independent no oversight from facebook research projects on it and go public with their conclusions when they felt do. So so what were some of the things were they just looking at the? Us elections or were they looking at other things as well. No this was global. So in Taiwan researchers were looking at civic participation and facebook the influence there in Chile. They were looking at how facebook had affected the country's twenty-seven elections There are sort of more broad research topics on just how misinformation spreads generally and kind of a just a whole range of topics that were very broad. All mostly election focused but but very focused on that so facebook agreed they were going to share this data. Researchers had projects lined up. They thought they were going to get the data within a couple of months that was in two thousand eighteen. What happened yeah? So and all. This was premised on outside funding from a whole bunch of philanthropies. That sort of thought this was going to be moving along at a pretty pretty fast clip. What happened is lawyers? Probably basically there were a whole bunch of privacy concerns that arose partly due to GDP are in Europe the Europe's Data Privacy Law Partly due to facebook settlement with a the FTC and the concern ones that kind of precisely because facebook had gotten in trouble over the cameras. Analytica stuff and with data being used for authorized purposes off the platform. It couldn't afford to mess up again in terms of privacy when it was working with researchers this time and so this was a really painfully slow process and it turns out. Facebook was actually less good at just technically offloading data to researchers than it thought in the first place and it also had to pioneer with some outside researchers ways to alleviate privacy concerns. It's called differential privacy. It's pretty technical and there's no way you want me to explain that. So where are we now and I guess. The big question is. Is it even relevant to be researching the two thousand sixteen election or the two thousand election in Chile? Now in twenty twenty when we've got maybe different rules different regulations in place on a whole new election to be looking at. I think that I mean from the. Us point of view right. The most relevant thing would be twenty sixteen. Maybe the two thousand eighteen midterms And the data doesn't go back. The facebook offering doesn't go back to two thousand sixteen But I think broadly the answer is yes the level to which researchers understand who is using these platforms how they're using the platforms. How polarization and political parties interact with these platforms. What context Kent succeeds. What's behind misinformation? These are kind of universal and broad questions and ones that no one has a particularly good answer to right now. I mean we all have sort of vague theses but outside the company. No one has the data to study them. Well kind of broadening out you said that other companies were looking at this as a test case and trying to determine whether or not they might share information in the future. This is taken a long time. You said lawyers got in the way. Is this one of those situations where we can say? Oh well they've ironed out the kinks and next time when someone wants to do a project like this is GonNa be way easier or oh. They've realized how tricky it is. And this is going to be much harder for researchers to access to this kind of data in the future. That is an open question. Facebook is very much pitching this as you know it. It was painful. It was brutal but you know what we did it. We hit our initial goal. And we're committed to doing more So good for them in terms of general public access to data whether anybody else is going to view this whole process as having been a success though is and particularly whether anybody any other of facebook's competitors is GonNa view it that way is an open question I think partly that also depends on what comes out of the research to I mean if facebook has put a great deal of time two years and I believe twenty full time staff members efforts plus some money eleven million dollars. Facebook says into producing something that is going to result in a lot of research about how facebook is problematic for society. I don't know if anybody is going to want to follow in their footsteps and there is a possibility. That's what's going to be happening here. Yeah that would be a hot potato tech reporter Jeff Warwick thank you so much for joining us. Welcome
New York: Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti found guilty in Nike extortion trial
"Michael I mean not he's been convicted of it starting at Nike Michael I'm not a black guy his lawyer for stormy Daniels Evers like maybe ill take on trump I mean he's a lawyer and he's mean and he says a lot member that guy and then right cells or had a mine is like how would you defeat trump in the primaries like that would be a mean jerk and stuff was like excellent excellent well now Michael I'm not going to jail so I always thought that Michael I'm not his candidacy would end up with somebody being frog marched out in hand because he promised is gonna be trump turns out as Michael I'm not a according to the daily beast in battle lawyer Michael I'm not he was convicted extorting Nike one of the front of his client in a bid to repay millions from the shoemaker in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday it took jurors less than two days to deliver their guilty verdict against a California litigator who shot to fame for representing porn star stormy Daniels in a civil case against president trump and who among us who among us hasn't tried to extort Nike after representing a porn star everybody's connection mark the rapid fall from grace he still faces to other pending criminal cases in New York and California in which he is charged with stealing money from several of his clients including Daniels plenty sweat three hundred thousand dollars from her book advance which means that technically she was rude about trump end Michael have an Audi since the fall of two thousand eighteen I'm not a string of criminal cases and headline grabbing arrest and selling his reputation as a liberal hero with the chops to take on trump the jury found him not guilty on all three counts extortion and wire fraud and transmission interesting communications with the intent to extort during closing arguments on Tuesdays on Tuesday prosecutors played audio recordings mod Avenue he's conversations of the Nike lawyer reasonable you didn't make sense for like you to pay his client an exorbitant sum of money in light of his role in this assistant US attorney Matthew po does he said I'm not a wonder where his eleven million dollars in debt and he saw that is me any saw a meal ticket named Gerry Franklin personal how can rack up eleven million dollars in debt as just a personal injury
Oscars 2020: All the big winners
"In Hollywood parasites makes history at the Oscars becoming the first foreign language film to win Best Picture and the Oscar goes to on Oscar night history is made parasite aside a south Korean film becomes the first foreign language film ever to win the Oscar for Best Picture when the announcement was made inside the Dolby theatre a huge cheer went up in the past a number of foreign language films have been Best Picture nominees the till now none had ever won with me here at the Dolby theatre in Hollywood Kerry met bit of fandango dot com re quite a memorable evening Steve it was incredible just hearing the press room a rafting and joy and applause when parasite one this is a movie that cost eleven million dollars and it grossed over a hundred and sixty three million dollars it's taken Hollywood by storm and tonight is just such an incredible evening the the folks behind parasite I think you're going to be drinking for the next year they're so happy now the acting awards went pretty much as expected Joaquin Phoenix wins Best Actor for joker Renee Zellweger Best Actress for Judy Brad Pitt best Supporting Actor for once upon a time in Hollywood and lower during best supporting actress for marriage story Elton John wins Best Original Song the big loser tonight the Irishman it had ten nominations and didn't win the thing
Oscars 2020: 'Parasite' Wins Best Picture, Best Director
"I'm Steve Futterman live at the Academy Awards in Hollywood just three more wards to go the top three Best Actress Best Actor and Best Picture a few moments ago two big wins for the south Korean film parasite it wins best international film that was expected it also wins the Best Director with me here live at the Dolby theatre Perry method of fandango dot com Harry this parasite now have a big chance to win Best Picture absolutely Steve history is been made tonight for old an eleven million dollar film from South Korea no film from south Korea's ever been nominated for an Oscar it's made over a hundred and sixty three million over season here in the states and bong joon ho the director of the film he had no idea was going to win he said he wants to saw his Oscar in fifths so we can share it with all the other directors it's really a joy for a little of start film company called neon that's only three years old and they are taking on Hollywood and bong joon ho will be drinking for the next year
Ad Meter 2020: Bloomberg and Trump campaign ad
"As the chief some forty Niners vie for the Vince Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl fifty for both teams tied at ten at the half to billionaires running for president solve their campaign shell helps some big Bucks for campaign ads airing during the game president trump's campaign paying eleven million dollars for two thirty second ads touting his record former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg paying the same amount for one sixty second spot as is customary the incumbent does a break he came interview on the network televising the game in this case box Sean Hannity asking the questions president trump bringing up Pocahontas his nickname for Elizabeth Warren this woman can't tell the truth Michael Bloomberg very little I just think of little you know now he wants a box for the debates to stand on okay okay there's nothing wrong you can be sure why should they get a box to stand on okay Bloomberg calling that a line in the present and a pathological liar he is not competing in Ohio's I always carcasses tomorrow or in next week's New Hampshire primary waiting until March third super Tuesday one fourteen states including California hold their primaries California moving it's a contest up
Box Office: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Rules Over ‘The Gentlemen’
"Well movie goers you were stuck with the bad boys at the box office this weekend I guess they were stuck with them not we're stuck they chose to go and here's Kathleen Maloney raking in the cash the box office Will Smith and Martin Lawrence remain the top ticket sellers with bad boys for life what do all these you insured anybody in our shop yeah bringing in thirty four million dollars the World War one flick nineteen seventeen is second with nearly sixteen million in ticket sales and guy Ritchie's gangster film the gentleman is the top new release imagine having to your boss Mickey is too small to be blackmailing us Fletcher and the gentleman selling eleven million dollars worth of tickets Kathleen Maloney fox
Legislation aims to preserve 148 Native languages
"Congress has sent legislation to president trump's desk which is aimed at preserving native American languages the measure is named after Esther Martinez a traditional storyteller in teh what language advocate from a northern New Mexico pueblo dozens of tribes across the country are currently sharing in more than eleven million dollars in grants for language preservation an immersion through the programs
Mario Kart Tour Has Record-Breaking Launch
"Kart is doing incredibly well. We're following up something. We've talked about before this is. Kevin A gamespot. It's been one week since Ah Barenaked Ladies Songs that accused anybody else as John Wayne. It's been one week since Mario Kart to arrived on. IOS injury devices and despite its aggressive micro transactions actions. It's already proving to be a big INTENDO. The game amassed a record breaking ten point one million downloads on launch day in now that number has climbed to ninety million mobile double analytics Tracker Sensor Tower reports according to censor tower that makes Mario Kart tour were Nintendo's fastest mobile game launched to date by comparison the previous game game to hold that distinction animal cross pocket Camp Animal Crossing Pocket Cam hit fourteen million downloads in its first week while Super Mario run garnered thirteen million prints these although unlike the other two titles players had to spend ten dollars everything beyond Super Mario runs. I three levels sensor tower shares some other interesting data on how Mario Kart tour is fairing thus far it seems the game is more popular on Android than IOS devices accounting for nearly sixty percent of its downloads however Iowa's owners have spent far more money on the game more than and seventy five percent of its gross revenue comes from the APP store the US leads in terms of downloads and revenue according to censor tower. Mara tour grossed more than twelve million dollars in its first week on the market however Nintendo's most successful mobile game is still far and away fire emblem heroes since it launched back in early two thousand seventeen title has generated more than six WOMP. Sorry six hundred eighteen million dollars. Pocket camp currently sits at second with one hundred and eleven million dollars in revenue while jerk lost close behind with one hundred six million dollars.
Oversight panel investigating Air Force crew's stop at Trump property in Scotland
"Air force crew made an odd stop on a routine trip rip trump's scottish resort this remarkable reporting thanks for hustled into the studio to help us understand. Thank you so much rachel. Just it is just incredible in terms of thinking about the geography so glasgow obviously one of the major cities in scotland edinburgh glasgow glove. There is a main glasgow airport which is right next to the city of glasgow vasko. This other airport that we're talking about is called glasgow prestwick airport and they put the name glasgow on it. It's actually like thirty miles outside town. It's easy to understand why that airport which is sort of on the coast away from everything and certainly away from the center of might be in economic distress and it has been economic distress for years the idea that that under trump the u._s. military is flying into that little out of the way airport that is basically otherwise going to close and spending eleven million dollars in fuel there at that airport to prop it up because that's the airport that services has golf course. I mean honestly if this were fiction you would walk out. You would walk <unk> out because this
California smuggler of erectile dysfunction drug gets prison time
"A walnut man's been sentenced nearly eight and a half years in federal prison for importing and selling eleven million dollars worth of erectile dysfunction drugs John Lee was also ordered to pay more than five hundred fifty thousand dollars in restitution to victims including men who were injured by misbranded pills federal prosecutors say from twenty eleven through early you twenty seventeen Lee illegally imported shipments of of powder prescription drug used to treat Sarek tell dysfunction sold under the brand name Cialis from suppliers in
Celebrating the wisdom that comes with age, in a youth-obsessed industry
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Scout. The world's leader and service assurance and security for data centers cloud five G. and more net scouts visibility without borders allows you to see things others can't get a clearer picture at net scout dot com and and by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation John Romanelli founder and C._E._o.. At airspace experienced technology says in Michigan Revolution is in the air find out what planet is doing to help businesses make that possible at platinum dot com. That's P. L. Hey N._e._t.. M Dot com you is celebrated in tech but what about the wisdom that comes with age from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Hollywood. In the tech industry has well known diversity issues around gender and race. It's lesser known but still huge blind spot is age google just settled more than two hundred claims of age discrimination and the complaint is becoming much more common. The average age for an American worker is forty two according to the Bureau of Labor our statistics at the biggest tech companies according to job sites and research firms. It's more like twenty five to thirty five Cate Edwards works in gaming and was head of the International Game Developers Association for several years for our series evenly distributed looking at different elements of the digital divide. She told us how she came up with a way to celebrate experienced tech workers like herself with a list so my name is Kate Edwards and I've been in the game industry for Twenty six years so I am fifty four years old. The and one of the initiatives that I've been focused on is ageism and <hes> I came up early in twenty eighteen with this idea about doing a fifty over fifty lists just on a whim and I was like why can't we celebrate age. Why can't we celebrate wisdom and experience at the advice of one of the people <hes> which I won't name but they're actually on the list <hes> they said you know you might want to contact everybody and make sure they wanna be on this list because to have their name on a fifty over fifty lists that actually could double down on the ageism that they might be experiencing because there might be people around them who don't not they're that old? I reached out to them and I asked them. Are you okay with this. And of course I was super happy because one hundred percent or just like absolutely I don't care put me on the list. I think it's awesome. There's this general stigma or this misperception that older people they they get set in their ways. They're not into learning. The thing that I find interesting is in the fiction we consume so veraciously you see older characters actors all the time they serve very important role in the hero's journey. They serve a very important role in narrative that we love you know the Oracle in the Matrix movies and tie appear from wonder woman. They served a very valuable role as a mentor tour guide. Why is it that that that same value that we place in older people is just not there in reality at that disconnect is always been really at the forefront? When I turned fifty years old it was a week before the big game developers conference in San Francisco? It's so instead of having my fiftieth birthday at home. I deferred it to the next week so our Party became partially my Fiftieth Birthday Party and I did it for. For a point because I wanted people to know that I'm fifty years old and I'm not ashamed I mean I already know I'm doubly challenged because not only am I a woman in tech also over fifty now but they want that to be emphasized and I guess in a way that was sort of a kernel that led to me eventually creating something like the fifty over fifty list that's Cate Edwards creator of the Global Gaming Industry fifty over fifty list and now for some related links a little more on that Google story which just came out this week. The company was sued in two thousand fifteen by sixty something tech worker who was denied a job at Google it later turned into a class action lawsuit. Now a judge still has to approve the settlement but court filings say Google will pay about eleven million dollars to settle claims of age discrimination from two hundred twenty seven different people Google doesn't admit any wrongdoing. The settlement says it'll have to work harder to prevent age discrimination with manager training and a new hiring committee we work was also sued for age discrimination last month as it prepares to go public the Wall Street Journal reported that it's former vice president of construction said we work quote consistently treated older employees differently than their younger colleagues and that his job was taken by someone twenty years younger and last year IBM put the brakes on an internal program called the millennial selenium core after age discrimination lawsuits used it as evidence the company could be biased toward younger worker but while the age discrimination in Employment Act of nineteen sixty seven specifically protect certain applicants and employees age forty or older. Let's acknowledge that ageism Ken also include unfair treatment of younger workers like underestimating their skills dismissing their opinions. It's something that's come up a lot more around going to say the M word here.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"So we hope to see down there. What's the date on that Friday twenty twenty? That's what I said. But it's the twenty four the twenty four th. Yeah. Friday, the twenty four will be down there. Great time. So we hope to see you there. They got a lot of stuff happening. We got softball season kick it off we got the headliner shawl. We got the big Royal wedding in the summer. So we've got a lot of great stuff coming up. We've got the draft lottery. We got the NBA draft. We are right on the cusp. Speak of the royals. Did you see that Meghan Markle header baby? I did see that. Yes. We're all wrapped up in that. No. I'm not no interest in those people. I never have believe we fought a war to not pay attention to what they were doing many many years ago. So I don't care. Don't care. I'm happy that they had a healthy baby. Grace good. That's awesome. You wanna see healthy things right in this world about healthy. Yeah. All about healthy. But no, I that doesn't register with me one bit. So another question. Go ahead, boomer. All right. So you had a choice of pitchers and you needed the sign of pitcher today and that pitcher say cost you eleven million dollars a year. Yeah. Would you take Matt Harvey? Or would you take Dallas title? I would take Dallas kaikal. I've been there done that with Harvey. I mean, I I don't know on the cycle. I mean, they got so much the draft pick thing, man. They're all about that draft pick compensation if that wasn't attached to it. I think it would be a lot easier general managers focal. Over the money. Now. Kyko is said he has had numerous offers that he he and his agent Scott have all turned down. And he is claiming that the analytics showed that there's an amount of money that he's worth, and he's also frustrated by the fact that when you go, and you kind of kind of go shit your contract, they'll use the analytics against you to hold down the money. But when you spoil the analytics in their face and say, this is what I'm worth, this is the market value for some reason, he can't come to an agreement with any of these teams that are trying to sign him. So somebody's trying to sign them. And I'm hoping that he's staying in shape somewhere and throwing the ball. But you have a you have a season starter out there. He's a lefty he makes a lot of sense for the AKIs. He did have a for him. It was a bad year last for the Mets and Russian. We'll makes more sense for the Mets personally. I mean, they don't have any starting. Wilmer font. The great Woolmer fought to go out there and throw perfect game tonight warmer. Against the Padres..
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"About turning his grief into awareness just last week as you can imagine that turns your world around quite a bit. And you feel like the world is just spinning out of control. And you're gonna get spun off if you don't do something new towns police chief confirmed Richmond died this morning from an apparent suicide CBS's Manuel. Bojorquez says this comes just days after the deaths of two survivors of the school shootings. In parkland, Florida w w j news time eleven thirty five a company, which owns a popular Donut chain is making reparation. CBS news correspondent Jeff glor- explains. The German family that owns crispy cream donuts admits it has a Nazi past the Ryan family. Also owns panerabread Einstein bagels and some other. Well, known brands family members who died decades ago gave money to Hitler's SS after learning. This knee Ryan said they'll donate more than eleven million dollars to charity younger generations of the Reimann family began to ask questions about commissioned rather ask questions, then commissioned university of Munich historian, five years ago to examine their history. More thoroughly well as we heard from CBS news, President Trump is apparently blaming the special counsel investigation into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election on political opponents, he says the people responsible for launching the investigation should be quote looked at hopefully that people that have done such harm our country we've gone through. Period of really bad things happening. Those people. We'll certainly be looked at. I've been looking at them for a long time. And I'm saying why haven't they been looked at me investigation found no coordination between his campaign and the country of Russia. It reached no conclusion on whether the president attempted to obstruct the probe. Meantime, the US Senate plans to debate the so-called green new deal this week. But Democrats aren't having any of it leader McConnell is elected to push a sham vote on their version of the green new deal. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says majority leader Mitch McConnell's version of the deal isn't Ortho vote. It's no wonder our Republican colleagues don't wanna real debate. But a game. But the American people are not going to be fooled by the Republican stunt vote. But McConnell says it's a perfect chance for senators to indicate where they are. I could not be more. Glad that the American people will have the opportunity to learn precisely where each one of their Senator stand on this radical socialist makeover Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Traffic and weather coming up next. Dear.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WEEI
"It's a big safety market this year. So you can look at it that way and say, hey, maybe the giants feel like there's gonna be a player who's an eighty or eighty five percent version of Collins who making get for sixty percent of the price, and they can save the money, and and all that. But they're also spending a lot of money on airline managed to bring him back. And so if you can take that approach, I mean, you know, you think you'd kind of want to gear up for some kind of you know, if you believe that you can do something for you this year, it would make you think you're in kind of a win now mode. I would I would think but a little bit mixed signals here. I got the idea that the giants maybe don't value safeties the way some other teams do not willing to pay that franchise tender of eleven million dollars, or whatever it is ten point whatever. But still I mean, look Collins two years ago was playing in an elite level last year. Very good. When he was healthy. You know, he's he's gonna get snapped up pretty quickly. I would think as kind of a tone center for for whatever team joins. So it's a little bit surprising. But then again, they've Gettleman. I mean, look the way he handled the Josh Norman situation. Carolina the way other negotiations really kind of a line in the sand. Dude. I guess it's not stunning from that perspective. And we heard the reports about Collins baby wanting out and taking his stuff, and he's got to be pleased with this that the that he's not getting tagged. This is this is the perfect situation for college. Here. Let's move onto Kareem hunt because I don't know where a couple of weeks ago. The Browns sign Kareem hunt, obviously a very talented player, but a very polarizing figure now because of the incident he had off the field that was on tape. A two part question. Are you surprised that Cleveland made this move? And if hunt can stay out of trouble how goodwill this move for Cleveland. Yeah. I mean, the the latter part is is, you know, we've seen it potential in in Kansas City, and John Dorsey having come from there and having taken risks on character the troubled players in the past, you know, whether it was tyreek hill in Kansas City, the markets Robertson other players along the way, so this this fits what Dorsey has done in the past. And obviously, I think they've made it no with the size of the contract. I think gets one point one million for one year, and this sort of zero tolerance thing that they love it on him and said, you know, one slip up in your gone, but but isn't a bad. Look to that the incident in question. Maybe both all incidents occurred in Cleveland the cities now playing in. I mean, you know, I guess from that perspective it's a little worse than if he was going up the Green Bay or Chicago or somewhere else. So I don't know. I mean, obviously hunters a special talent, you know, we've seen it in his time in his brief time in the NFL chiefs missed them. I mean as good as they were without him in the in the back dog, they know. Hey, look, if you didn't have any trouble we'd love to have it back. There was no way he was not going to be a part of their plans going forward, except for the sensitive is very, you know, revolting thing to happen. It was caught on tape, which as we know people see those and they make judgments that they don't make if they don't see it. So yeah, I mean, the Browns are obviously in that really interesting spot where they feel like they're kind of building something here, and they feel like a player like haunt may just sort of pushed him over the top. But one misstep, and he could be gone the Browns. Look really bad for this. Eric you surprised your Chicago guy? You surprised the bears? Didn't take a chance on him with the Matt Nagy connection? So I was there the day they kind of had their Nagy and Ryan pace the GM they had their cut of season wrapup media session. It was almost an hour. I mean, they took a ton of questions, but the questions that they took the most about what's about hunt. I mean, I think there are at least six or seven of them and in no way where they trying to shoot those down. In fact, the almost sounded like there were inviting the question so to me that day I felt like I think they're putting up a trial balloon here. I think Matt Nagy is saying what I liked him as a player absolutely is Ryan pace gonna push back and say, hey, you know, we worked I mean, one of the best things that pace, and John FOX did was get rid of some of the bad character guys, and you know, that locker room, it's a great bunch of guys and having been there many times, you can see the camaraderie. They don't have character question guys. And all that. So there was this sort of push poll, and they put it out there in the media as a way to see what the reaction would be. I suspect. This is my guest, but. You know, look, very negative talk radio for a couple of days. And then, you know, the websites and the blogs and everybody in the discussion rooms and didn't go over real. Well, they didn't seem to want him as great a talented. He was so once that kind of came out, I sort of felt like they read that and said, yeah, okay. That's right. You know, and and moved on because sister comments that the combine couldn't have been any more different. Yeah. No doubt about that. Little surprising. But the media certainly me being based in Chicago as well, not very receptive to the idea of Kareem on with the bears. Hey, great stuff. Eric, always a pleasure. Look forward to chatting again, real soon and have a great rest of your week. All right, buddy. We'll talk to you. Thanks. There you go get home with you back with more after this B as.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on High Noon
"It's an outlier. I mean, their wives Nick them Sealy and Nettie from the color purple the emotionally inseparable sisters have you seen? I have because I had to research. The story that I wrote about this. But I take you back to the summer of twenty fourteen bulb the brawn James Dwayne Wade are talking about what's going to happen next season. They're both up. Dwayne Wade says I'm going to sacrifice eleven million dollars to make the Miami Heat salary cap situation. More palatable we could afford LeBron James they go on this private plane from Las Vegas to Miami. We see them on the tarmac hugging. Lebron James, leaps he leaves. And so when I asked Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle union his wife about this. What's staggering that they are genuinely unbothered LeBron cost eleven million dollars, and he left and the friendship survived to the point where after this miss three. They're going to embrace in hog in front of all of America. Can you imagine to other people in any industry doing what is different about? This to me is this is the only relationship that I can really think about in sports that is based on friendship, then the defining thing like their relationship has helped to. Find the last ten years of basketball, their relationship changed the order of what the would because what LeBron they're generally we think of two players as good as these guys work in currently as being rivals. But there was no point in their careers that ever overlap in such a way that actually created robbery. Look there was facing time for that to be the case teams just weren't good at the same time. But also we as media LeBron was the guy with all the flash coming out of that drought. Dwayne Wade won the championship. I won finals MVP, and we still never put those guys side by side. It's fascinating. How it all went? Yeah. And now we have guys like Jaanus who are of the Koby Mamba mentality. Talk about how they don't wanna work out with anybody. But that is that is in defiance of the culture that you just talked about the culture that they shave because friendship across enemy lines is still too many people subversive see the thing with Janas to me is he did not come up in this AAU culture that we have here. Like one thing. That's different is these guys have known. Each other overall, not these two specific ones, but they note he's ten eleven twelve years old. They're building friendships all the way along the way, it is not necessarily going chain wasn't flips up when we get there. Like, I don't even know if guys more savage or were more savage as much as Janas did not grow up with these dudes in the same way, probably going to have to these guys make themselves better by working out in this way. We got I can't work out with you who the hell are you? Go work out with go make you better. Right. And meanwhile, we have these guys talking after the game about something that made people like me incredibly incredibly angry, please roll that tape..
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To eleven eleven million dollars has been awarded to a country club hills firefighter, who sued the city for alleged sexual harassment gender, discrimination and retaliation the daily southbound reports. Deana? Lewis Brits Shetty was awarded the amount after a two week trial and a few hours of jury deliberation yesterday. According to the paper, she amended her complaint to include allegations of firefighters regularly watched pornography at the fire station missing Bradley university professor and her husband are presumed dead and one of the suspects there. Twenty one year old son. The Peoria county sheriff says blood was found inside the home of Bradley university. Professor, Susan Brill Ramirez and her husband Antonio Ramirez, baron, a relative called police to the home on Sunday to report a possible burglary. The couple hasn't been seen since police say the couple's vehicles were at the house, and there appeared to be some items missing inside the home. They last reported to work on Thursday. Cisco Koto NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. And according to a thirties. Jose Ramirez has been charged with first degree murder in the deaths of his parents to twenty two year old Matthew Roberts was also arrested and has been charged with obstruction of Justice and concealment of a HAMAs. Title debt, Peoria county. Sheriff Bryan ashville says the arrests came after a confession and efforts to recover. The bodies are underway. Nearly five hundred new cameras have been installed across rail stations in Chicago this past year. Oh, EMC director Alicia take nadeau says it includes ninety five new high definition cameras on the blue red and Brown lines. These will help us be more effective than address the safety and security while.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Of all coming from our tax code in the United States until you think, you know, I want to warn our listeners, don't let your eyes glaze over when I say tax code. Who does the tax code favor? I mean, is it something that wealthier families and wealthier Americans are more savvy about and know how to make their way around these types of loopholes. Yeah, I, I think wealthy Americans are more savvy, but I also think they need to be, you know, I think an important thing to remember here is that the estate tax only applies to the wealthiest individuals and families. You know, it only kicks in now this year, if when you die, you have more than eleven million dollars. So it's not like these people are avoiding tax that is generally applicable to the rest of the population. Like when they are avoiding income tax and other people are paying their fair share of income tax in a state tax, you know, it's a, it's a creation of congress. That only applies to the wealthy and then there are other creations of congress that minimize the amount those same people have to pay. And if you follow the rules, then you're abiding by the law. The problem here is that the rules were not really followed. Well, it feels like they weren't followed, but it also like think for a lot of Americans, I think there's a sense of frustration among those. Of us who pay our taxes and don't, you know, find these loopholes and and are paying significant amount of our income in taxes versus the wealthy who kind of seem to be able to get around this. I think that's more of a valid complaint with income tax with a state tax. None of the rest of us pay state tax. Do the wealthy pay a state tax, yes, significant portions of it in, you know, sometimes they can minimize the amount that they have to pay. And what is that? What you know is that normal behavior of the ultra wealthy in this country, minimizing the amount of state taxes, absolutely. Normal behavior committing fraud to do. It is not normal behavior. How do we distinguish the two? You have to look at the amounts and whether the violation of the law is willful. And you know the IRS has a whole set of penalties that that they use to apply based on how undervalued the properties were in the estate tax returns, Jenny Johnson, whereas a criminal tax attorney and partner at Johnson more in Chicago, Jenny, thanks for being with the takeaway. Thank you..
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Welcome back to the GMC social media news podcasts. Continuing our trend of talking about people who are much with driven, I ever will be in Australia. Australia miners found more than eleven million dollars worth of gold, but not in a gold line because they have so much luck tonight. Seriously. What did they stumble over? It knows we're the mining, but this was in a nickel mine. I mean, they paid Nichols money and you do mind for it, but that was totally not what ever. Of like a mind like, oh, yeah, nickel, we actually need that. Listen thing. Just lots of piggybanks. Right. Introduced for other stuff that I don't know what it is. Yes, this mind the owners had actually been trying to sell it since April, but they themselves actually suspected that there was gold in it, which I now have that there's called and then they're like, I apologize. I just could not get that without saying that. But so this was nine thousand two hundred and fifty houses. And since we don't really do is this was a huge like three by three foot thing that they broke down into three cantaloupe size chunks, lip size. Folks. I can't do a can't divide nine thousand whatever by sixteen in in my head quickly. So you know, but how many pounds is that? I mean, these things coming in, it's not like solid gold like a big, shiny nugget. It's within rock itself. So at first it doesn't seem that much on the way don't know the market value of gold. So I'm not sure how much like you know, a piece of gold. The size of my fingernail would get me, but could I have a piece of decides McDonnell just because sure, yeah. I have one or you can have one. So this is worth between eleven million and fifteen million dollars. I think there's a difference there because of which dollars it is which again, like with when we do crazy ridge Asians and trying to figure out how much forty million is if it's not US dollars, if the same that you'd be worth the same amount of money. Like aren't that rule or something, but it just confusing if there's multiple countries that use dollars, but it's like, oh, the US dollars versus the Australian is like, this is going back to this just own clicks just because are better than your dollars. You can't handle dollars. Why? Like if I have a panel that should be an actually since British Commonwealth, the pound up the same countries have never mind. Maybe this is just a regular thing and I'm complaining because I'm confused. Okay, you can complain because you're confused. Yes, but this is just incredibly lucky to, yes. I mean, I I'm happy when I find like a quarter on the ground, finding cantaloupe size jokes of gold, and they're not even looking for it. That's just not fair. I mean, fine. Technically, you were doing all the hard work of mining, so you should get something for your work for there, but you were looking for nickel. You should get nickel then right? One thousand one hundred ninety three. Dollars and sixty cents an ounce. One thousand something dollars. An ounce of gold could be. That's what I'm trying to figure out if I'm looking at this wrong. I mean, then they since nine thousand in eleven million. I think that we're properly my mouth, the calculators in front of Heidi. That, yeah, we will have Syrah for research and we'll make Heidi do all the number crunching metal very badly. Trust me. I've heard it on the podcast that it's whatever it's like, it's like, no, that's one. What are you talking about? Completely off. We would be. That's just how we do it here. But I just I have never been this lucky even with like the lottery. I've gotten a ticket by by a scratcher all maybe once.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"You if you spend any time this weekend watching the news even though i advised you not to even though i asked you to do a spearmint if you wanna be happy if you want to just turn it off for a week and i guarantee you your overall mood and attitude about your own country will change dramatically but you know something else i hear the trump trump is also doing something reagan did and that is more and more people are saying trump makes them feel proud of their country again happy about their country but if you watched it this weekend either you can you can see it's becoming abundantly clear who the deep state is this overreaction they had the mccabe getting cannon andrea mitchell crying about it and thinking she andrea mitchell nbc news washington essentially asking a member of congress to hire the poor guy so that he doesn't miss his pension do you know that mccabe has a net worth of eleven million dollars honestly on a salary about one hundred eighty to two hundred thousand what he's worried about a pension and the source for this is peter schweitzer's new book about people in the establishment who show up of average means and end up leaving his millionaires how they do it and one couple that he investigates mitch mcconnell and his wife but this is the question we've always all wondered how do these people how harry reid show up with no more than his salary to his name and end up owning gobs of acreage all over the south west how does that happen robert sheets birds another great example from west virginia well schweitzer in his new book name of it escapes me at all find it has endeavoured to investigate this to find out but andrew mccabe according to this has a net worth of eleven million dollars now inside the estate of muller's net worth is said to be three million dollars i think and within the establishment that's chump change don't doubt me but it's still a lot of money and it's very sufficient now the reason i was waiting for the privy to spit something out remember we had this call the last call of the previous hour from gina just down the road is tara toga in upstate new york and she reminded us of a.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Them for legal services now you lawyers out they think about this there's bound to be something that gets you disbelief bard for doing that that's improper billing you can't say if you're going to bill a client for legal services to the tune of eleven million dollars and it wasn't legal services two things are going on here first of all some i should loser law license because they're cooking the books and making it look there and but what they're doing is that's money laundering that's money laundering what you're trying to do is it's illegal for hillary's campaign to pay a foreign agent for opposition research it's illegal for that so what they do is they pay the lawyer for quote unquote legal services and the legal services is a lawyers hiring the opposition research guy from from uk well i would think you not only violate the spirit of the law you violate the law and it's interesting there's a big call now for jeff sessions to unrec hughes himself jump into this thing and go after all this stuff because there's a lot of hey to be made in a lot of people to be arrested time short jeff we got a lot of people put in jail you don't have time to do anything else on recuse yourself and come back let's get this thing done back to the fusion gps thing says fusion gps is not directly involved in the lawsuit this is to try to get um the lawyer change in which russian businessman uh alexei gubareff is suing buzzfeed news in federal court in florida for publishing the dossier a december twelve 2016 memo of the dossier written by former british spy christopher.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The house and senate have each pass their own versions of a sweeping tax bill and now one not so small task is left ironing out the differences between the two marketplace's were not a szego reports the house sense senate bills are similar they both cut corporate taxes double the standard deduction and drive up the federal deficit the congressional budget office says by about one point four trillion dollars over the next ten years they differ on wind tax cuts kick in and how long they last exhibit a the estate tax here's howard glickman with the urban brookings tax policy center for house bureau double the exemption to about eleven million dollars and that repeal to senate bill does not the house bill makes shooting to wish in waivers taxable the senate's does not the gop pushed it stats plans through quickly that could also be a problem says david came in at new york university these bills have both been rush with very little time to analyse them they're going to be a wad of unintended consequences and before anything becomes law the house and senate hastert we agree on a common bill have a committee of selected senators and house members discuss it further in holding another vote before the proposals go to the president i'm or not a szego for marketplace let's zero in now a little further on some of the key differences between the two bills marketplace's nancy marshall ganzuri's joining us now nancy one big difference we should talk about involves obamacare the senate version would repeal the individual mandate that requires people to buy health insurance the house version does not yet that's right sabri and the house avoided it for a reason it's a huge political can of worms has figured it had enough on its plate with the tax overhaul it didn't want to sink the tax fell by adding in a repeal of the individual mandate and of course that's the mandate under obamacare requiring almost every one to buy health insurance another big differences.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With more than eleven million dollars to leave their heirs and they wanna do it with republican votes only through these rules that don't allow them to increase the deficit all that much and so they end up to get the money back while they're they're basically the schrodinger odd forgotten men are thing well they're loading it on i i think there's some truth to that i mean they're loading it onto law they're loading onto taxpayers particularly in high income tech states it's not across the board is very much geographically dispersed i i'll be honest with you i think that they painted themselves into a box here because of the card all in the southern on not increasing the deficit and one of the ironies and i hear this from people he just a sort of your forgotten man type of person all the time which was a congress only really seems to care about reducing the deficit or talks about carrying about reducing that episode with the talking about taxes hit saw it seems to be a much less vigorous debate when we're talking about the spending side of the ledger and saw you know all this is viewed i think with a little bit araya's by by people you know you're ordinary person who's actually putting the tax bill it will assign a thing that public consent said they said well because of these budget rules we have to impose tax increases effective tax increases on some people that we have faith that congress is just going to try to fix that later which i guess would mean increasing the deficit more later do you have abc faith that congress if unable to pass a tax cut now for ordinary people is just going to do it later no i know i don't have been as possible but i i think it's i think it's a challenge so the the the what people what people say and i think this is absolutely right i hear this with people who call into the show all the time which the the the republicans in congress are all the house rules or the federal rules are those who that is what if you don't like what you think that they're bad also you can change the rules and may think that was maybe that was a better plan uh navy that was a better way to go early.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The middle class they're the ones who need the help not the wealthy people they're the ones who by the products keep the economy hamann they're the ones throughout the 50s 60s 70s created the best economy america's ever had not just the few millionaires it's astounding if the president and republicans in congress set out to pass the a middleclass tax cut as they claim if that's where they set out this bill completely misses the mark this is really here she spend radio programming from tuesday meanwhile the big winners big corporations the very wealthy you're doing great already estimates estates worth over eleven million dollars get a tax break why is that why is that when average middleclass people struggling corporations get a permanent reduction in their rates while individual tax breaks expire after a few years the bill would even open up drilling in the atlantic national wildlife refuge because this tax bill wouldn't be completed mustered help big oil to all of this the saddle the next generation of americans with larger deficits even larger debt something many of my friends on the other side of the aisle have laboured against their whole careers hurts so many speeches from the other side about deficit reduction i think my colleagues were sincere why they abandoning it now they all know every one of our colleagues knows that we could do a lot better job in a tax bill at reducing the deficit than we have here democrats have from the very beginning told our republican colleagues we wanna work with them on tax reform we want a lot of we want to lower taxes on the middle class we want to reduce burdens on small businesses we want to erase the incentives that send jobs overseas and bring jobs back home and we wanted to all these things in a way that doesn't add to the deficit republicans from the very beginning have said to us we're not interested in working with you were going to drafted ourselves use reconciliation so we don't need your votes and you can count for our build you can you can vote for our bill if you want.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nick volks former goal and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero six three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he is early and i'm gary mcnamara okay the senate came out with their outline for the the the top individual tax rate would be thirty eight point five percent there would actually be a little bit of a reduction in the topright from thirty nine point six tunisia or thirty eight point five the number of injured individual tax tickets seven uh the estate tax expands exemption uh to about eleven million dollars propulsion but it does not get rid of the estate tax ever not like the house bill these they tax would stay god corporate tax would be 20 percent but the corporate tax rate reduction would not start until two thousand nineteen nato the jazz uh uh above thirty percent it would not be 25 percent above 30 percent state local deductions for eliminate state and local deductions for everything and that would be property tax sales tax gag tax uh a missing one in there uh they also what but what about talked about two interest mortgage interest deduction uh they were the wealth they thought was odd.
"eleven million dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Sms well almost y'all and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three frigeri nine eight six six ninety red eye he is eric harley and gary mcnamara the senate came out with their outline for the uh the tax bill the top individual tax rao thirty eight point five percent there would actually be a little bit of a reduction in the top rate from thirty nine point six to thirty nine or thirty eight point five the number of injured individual tax brackets seven hm uh the estate tax expands exemption uh to about eleven million dollars per person but it does not get rid of the estate tax ever not like the house bill these state tax would stay god corporate tax would be twenty percent but the corporate tax rate reduction would not start until two thousand nineteen the top pass rate uh above thirty percent it would not be 25 percent above 30 percent state and local deductions for eliminate state and local abductions for everything and that would be property tax sales tax income tax uh a missing one in there uh about what about two interest mortgage interest deduction uh they were dragged the thought was odd to take a to a million on the exemption from five hundred thousand were the house has it yeah i just don't see it here in in their outline uh it it would uh uh keep the medical expense action right loan interest rate deduction uh you would eliminate of the national exemption would nearly double the mantra gene would allow eliminate the alternative minimum and the child tax credit would go up a little bit to one thousand eight actually go from one thousand to one thousand six hundred fifty per child which the house version has gone to 1600 which so right there on that they're pretty much close but they can't get this through this version can't get through with a simple majority so they're going to have to change and they said i need to change major parts of this are going to have to change if they if they want to get it through with a simple majority and there's no i hope that they're going to get this through on with democrats on board well here's a again he here's politically and and we what we want to.
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"State's reiter than eleven million dollars well eu you are you are correct in that sense and again we've been talking about the income tax system as it relates to a state tax you know the death tax we believe that people get taxed once and not twice and that will enable the keep lots of family businesses passed along uh but the it'd be a state touch you are correct the majority of his estate taxes is paid by the wealthy so we're focused on changes to the income tax system but you pro proposed eliminates in state care acts on those changes to the income tax sense if i understand you correctly said the objective is that the wealthiest will not get a benefits so are you saying that the president is going to veto a final bill if it provides a tax cut to the wealthiest americans the president very want much wants to get tax reform done because it's critical to the growth in the economy and that's something we've been talking about since the campaign we fundamentally believe we can get back to sustain threepercent gdp or higher which adds literally millions and millions of jobs in over ten trillion dollars to gdp and that's our focus so the president wants to get tax reform were working with the house and the senate and we hope to get something on his desk to sign in december right but he he's also said and you just repeated that he doesn't want the wealthiest americans to get a benefit from this tax reform plan so ifs congress sent some a bill provides benefits to the wealthiest americans will the president veto it george i think the president will look at the bill when it comes in its entirety again as we've been consistent the president's objective and i think congress is heard that is to create middle income tax cuts and not tax cuts to the wealthy and as i just mentioned the existing player actually has tax rates going up in many many state so were sensitive to the impact of the economy we wanna get the federal government out of the business of subsidising the states we we think that's the right thing to do and.
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"A mafia movie as an oil see i mean there's a else's the guy you don't mess with he is it was embroiled in a pretty bitter lawsuit with the guy represented by the attorney the one who was shot in the back of head outside his own home his best friend richard walls best friend was christopher grise aid tax attorney embroiled in a pretty bitter lawsuit with the guy represented by the attorney the one who was shot in the back of the head outside his own home his best friend richard walls best friend was christopher grise aid tax attorney who lost eleven million dollars in a lawsuit litigated by that attorney and who allegedly used wall and and the business to launder money to avoid paying the judgment according to court records in fact that tax attorney was richard walls best man at the wedding now that judgment was for eleven million dollars that's a hell of a lot of money that you don't wanna pay up but then there was the murder in vegas this happened in two thousand eight this was a year before that attorney was shot in palace verb ace it was david james known as dj vargas and he lived a little more than a mile from the vegas strip vargas self employed guy he's been trying to start an escort and limo service he was in the whole with this guy richard wall for a hundred grand 100 grand and he shot and killed now the attorney for richard wall says the sky in vegas he owed him money juan gabriel ramirez mendez shot outside his apartment in what what are your police and the la county sheriff's department have described as looking like matter so at murders in two thousand eight geoffrey tied as the attorney it rolling hills estates his murder was in december of two thousand nine and then two thousand eleven all hundred seventy eight.
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"In a pretty bitter lawsuit with the guy represented by the attorney the one who was shot in the back of the head outside his own home his best friend richard walls best friend was christopher grise aid tax attorney who lost eleven million dollars in a lawsuit litigated by that attorney and who allegedly used wall and and the business to launder money to avoid paying the judgment ccording to court records in fact that tax attorney was richard walls best man at the wedding now that judgment was for eleven million dollars that's a hell of a lot of money that you don't want to pay up but then there was the murder in vegas this happened in two thousand eight this was a year before that attorney was shot and palace verde ace it was david james known as dj vargas and he lived a little more than a mile from the vegas strip vargas self employed guy he's been trying to start an escort and limo service he was in the whole with this guy richard wall for a hundred grand hundred grand and he shot and killed now the attorney for richard wall says oh the sky in vegas he owed him money to a lot of people what are you talking about it richard wall which is one of the guys he owed money to my clients not gonna kill someone over 100 grand or anyone for that for any amount of money for that matter so at murders in two thousand eight geoffrey tied as the attorney it rolling hills estates his murder was in december of two thousand nine and then two thousand eleven one gabriel ramirez mendez shot outside his apartment in what what are your police and the la county sheriff's department have described as looking like a prefer russian will hit shot in close at close range in front of his two kids the killing in that case was carried out by two men one of them described a we tall hundred seventy.