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"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Colorado Ale back to. All right before we do the categories Sean as an important question. We talked about this a little bit on the Ferris pod. Tube at Bill. Were you a Trent or or a Mike? You want to give by. MAKES YOU WANNA? Give by Mike Thoughts now, sure. You can answer my question though. I think I had points in my life where I was a Mike and other points where I was. Okay given your hostility to. Troy from reality bites. And Kevin from Saint. Almost fire I. I regret to inform you that you are trend. I'm going to save my mic thoughts because I have a whole section near the end on on Maki Mita categories. I tried to narrow this down because I mean honestly the whole movies re watchable, also real flow movie, so you could be like this twenty five minute section or this twenty five minutes action. So the drive to Vegas fucking kills me when he's. He talks a bit going and then all set. He's in the front seat. Is it a suit? Is County Buddy? 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"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Many of our little lego scales and it looks pretty good for legos and then you can get really technical and get into bigger models with the technical our vets that's up to forty five dollars you can sum up two hundred and fifty dollar Porsche nine eleven two hundred dollar Land Rover defender or go all out get a three hundred fifty dollar like okay got a siren so it depends how much you like your first initial if you were you you like motorcycles I know they've got a Harley one out there like it was put out and some Formula One stuff I've seen as well that's always fun I don't know if your dad like my kids loved shopping for me and that I mean some of lego set last year and it was a fun little time to to build some car like I was in and of course my what I want to play with it destroy it what do you what do you think about the the enthusiast so Jim you've got a couple of older cars like eighties cars nineties cars they don't have Bluetooth I mean that's in in Illinois you can't hold your phone in your hand and talk anymore when you're driving right so find there's all sorts of cheap Bluetooth kids out there make sure you do a little bit of homework and get one that's worth it but for twenty five Bucks you can stream your audio three year your radio and then you can take to receive your phone calls and stuff like that I think that's a great gift for people that maybe have an older car if they're enthusiast anything like Jim mentioned that's branded their car their brand if there is any guy I mean that's an easy quick and easy gift but also I think it's really cool there's a lot of watch companies now that are doing car themed watches and that's so cool gift for somebody who is they got their car they're proud of it and that's something where they can wear all the time and it could remind them any of the gift giver but DC all of the the thing that they love their car or their truck or whatever it is let's not forget like surprise we did mention this right off the top bowling Brooks very on whether to yeah you know I mean I mean really do you won't Kerr formats for Christmas I mean they've got it but they've got the thing going on if you have you know for fido to hop in the car I mean they got the for your girlfriend or your wife that would be a pretty quiet Christmas it's all weather Sekhemre shel it was a gift exchange in the office and all four people who were exchanging gifts got everybody the the weather tech couple phone thing that they've been marketing yeah I think that that is pretty is pretty cool that can go along with the blue too thing and be a way to get your phone out of the hands of you can focus on driving will look we're not showing for weather take your what I love what they did about that thing is that you can adjust the cops but you can do that he will call the radio just the size of a writer and author I think that's a pretty yeah role there I once we get all the academic I'll get there that's a very stinking Christmas or we were help up another week mark be like general manager of Dr Chicago in Chicago Auto Show marketing director Jim overall so next week we will be on again at ten o'clock due to Illinois football and we will talk about Cooper tires and the Mazda C. ex five were struck Chicago brought you by our good friends at Bettenhausen automotive house.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You know this for years of kind of a dumb guy but if you tell me on that you get to keep more my money and the government is going to get less of my money right off the bat that doesn't tell me that we have to pay for my tax cut it means i get to keep my money and the government needs to spend less money no it is it is your money in that our point of this healthy your time you know the amount time people spend to do their taxes just continues to grow and grow and grow and so we're we're we're we wanna tactical disrespectful of people's time that is simple and fair and flat and and think about this can you imagine code so fearing simple that each of us knows what each other's deductions are right because we have exactly the same ones and we're really pushing for that type of simplicity and by the way in texas for example where where i live look this will create over eighty thousand new jobs and a family four in my community to teachers will save over two thousand dollars a year which washington thinks isn't much voluntary for families you know that's important you can do that you could do a lot with that money that type of tax it is uh is kevin brady house ways and means committee chair always appreciate the time where we getting the number 1100 eighty dollars to have reads every taxpayer yes media that that nowhere that uh the average household in america makes about fifty nine thousand dollars a year so that uh it very some from state to state near you the area but for that family uh they get a average tax cut of about eleven two hundred dollars you know uh uh a small business person on main street just making sixty thousand dollars they see three thousand dollar tax cut so this really drives toward those modest and middle income families and local businesses in a big way as i was talking to the president and two to kellyanne conway and does the cliff syms and all these other folks the white house they were saying it really effectively will be more like four thousand were even five thousand dollars were they get met it sounds like.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"At family uh they get a average tax cut of about eleven two hundred dollars you know of a small business person on main street just making sixty thousand dollars they see three thousand dollar tax cut so this really drives toward those modest and middle income families and local businesses in a big way as i was talking to the president and two two kellyanne conway into the cliff syms and all these other folks at the white house they were saying it really effectively will be more like four thousand were even five thousand dollars where they get mad at sounds like that that repatriation of money has something to do with that yeah it really does so we we're not we're not banking on tax relief alone yeah we're talking about raising paychex growing paycheck they've been stagnant for a decade for every kind of look at what we're doing here how grow the economy vault america back into the lead pack worldwide in companies like contextualize who compete win worldwide today we block them from bringing their dollars back to brcko invested in our country here we open it up and zero tax rates so you know accounts estimates that that that not only do you get tax cuts your paychecks increase in texas they expect us the median household we'll get to see an extra twenty five hundred dollars a year in higher paychecks and so we're looking it's it's got two big benefits for families it's kevin brady house ways and means committee chair republican the greeks that its actions district dates uh so with this money coming back is do they just you're you're right zero percent tax the reacted very paying tax in the country where the are half so how where they're going to that is on top of that attacked ours here we tax from abroad we punish them.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"And sell all kinds of things legal and illegal so using bitcoin and you are three for the tax collectors prying eyes and greedy grasp well that may not be as cruysse people on november twenty eight after more than a year of irs manipulation than the court us district court magistrate judge this a federal judge uh the shock for the corollary correlate ordered clean base the san franciscobased largest bitcoin dealer in america to turn over to the irs the names addresses in taxpayer identification numbers of at least fourteen thousand three hundred fifty five people who were some of its customers between 2013 in 2015 this was after the irs discovered and analysing their data in 2015 that only eight hundred two americans had said they had gained or lost money in bitcoin even though it turns out during that period of time during those three years the price of bitcoin had gone from thirteen dollars to over eur eleven two hundred dollars and you yet almost nobody was claiming that any profit on that so uh the irs has the ability to squeeze the main bitcoin dealer in the us to find out who is a customer and who isn't it exactly who they are uh the judge to also ordered coin basis company to provide the irs the identity of anyone who threw them bought or sold twenty thousand dollars worth of bitcoin which is just a fictitious today i think uh or just this week surged to above twelve thousand dollars that means to bitcoin's and your name is going to be a it if you bright going through them now the other it is very volatile is reliable as a reliable source value i don't think so and with the volatility can't be a medium of exchange it's very doubtful becauses extraordinarily volatile isn't it and and what is backing the vic coin no more than once backing the dollar at least the dollar has the government back i will bitcoin doesn't even have that well the dollar is good for one thing this makes it almost magical in that is.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Amount time people spend to do their taxes to just continues to grow and grow and grow and so we're we're we want a tactical disrespectful of people time that is simple earn flat and and think about this can you imagine a code so perrine simple that each of us knows what each other is our right because we have exactly the same ones and we're really pushing for that type of simplicity and by the way gene texas for example where where i live look this will create over eighty thousand new jobs and a family four in my community teachers will save over two thousand dollars a year which washington is much dante for families you know that's important you can do that you could do live with that money that type of tax it is uh it's kevin brady house ways and means committee chair always appreciate the time where we getting the number 1100 eighty dollars to every every taxpayer yes medium that that no were that the average us household in america makes about fifty nine thousand dollars a year so that it varies from from state to st mary's area but for that family they get a average tax cut of about eleven two hundred dollars you know uh uh a small business person on main street just making sixty thousand dollars three thousand dollars tax cuts so this really dr toward those modest and illegal income families in local businesses in a big way as i was talking to the president and to two kellyanne conway into two cliff syms and all these other folks at the white house they were saying effectively will be more like sort thousand or even five thousand dollars were they get mad at sounds like that that repatriation of money has something to do with that yeah i really that so we we're not we're not banking on tax relief alone joe we're talking about raping paychex grow for a decade for every economist at deniau grow the.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"The maple valley area south out one six one six nine excuse me at cedar group road we have a crash partially blocked in the right lane causing some minor delays through there also just reminder both 405 ramps at their road are closed until four thirty tomorrow morning to to some road construction and both directions of 405 though wide open for renton the bellevue your next traffic report 1144 i'm curtis qiao who with komo news steve pool with the forecast though everybody well here's what you can expect throughout the night here we've got two overnight low temperatures some around the forty degree mark highs tomorrow should be hovering right around fifty degrees or so it's pretty similar to what we've been through so scattered showers for much of your friday they'll taper off even more so going on into the weekend so we are gonna get a little bit of a respite and that's tough to do in november remember that of course we know that in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now forty six degrees major expand of the city's controversial up zoning initiative i would dramatically changed 20seattle neighborhoods skulls met markevic explain at the corner of 5th at 15th avidly northeast university christian church sold its parking lot at below market value so the city could build how kgb we can only three that would rent for seven to eleven two hundred dollars a month depending on a family's income even less if they are homeless and example of why we create an fair with the funds that will come in through mandatory housing affordability mandatory affordable housing requires developers to provide rigorous cricket housing in new developments or pay into a fun for the city to construct affordable housing in a place of the city's choosing but now.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Eight eight eight nine eight eight josh that's triple eight nine eight eight j o s h now let's get back in the huddle with the financial quarterback gosh jilin ski the financial quarterback taking your calls next caller gave you're on with josh jilin ski and jordan goodman who were giving his book away to schedule scheduled keeping obligation review eight nine at a josh go ahead jordan um damn about twelve years ago i had a i stylish my role over ira and i it most of my stocks with at twenty four different mutual funds have almost doubled in the twelve years except for two which i could give you the names of the family but there in the gold mutual funds they with regionally would down more than fifty percent over the years they've come up a little bit now and i'm just wondering if you think i should maybe hold on to them now i would hold on to them because of what scar on the world gold is have a big move i'm a gold got down to about eleven two hundred dollars an ounce knots about 1320 at the peak in two thousand levels by 19 hundred dollars an ounce so you can see it kim way down it's come back up and i i would hold on to it developed without bigger part of your portfolio but with what's going of north korea in all these things around the world i think gold's gonna be coming back so that going to mutual fund proudly as owning gold mining shares which of leverage to goal so as gold goes up those go up even more so i i would hang onto the dave the the other thing i would look at dave is i would want to see what that gold fund is in and there are many different gold funds n e t s n so if.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Two ooh yeah did do yes yes he is this luke is said alexia car that his days each when several 43 my veleta the morning a couple of days ago colin bell son texted me and he sent me as head song it's hard to find you and he said the song is really good for ryan was like opened up over the summer listen to it so ryan and i listen to a together these lyrics are so us like the it's just like this love song i have some hilarious uh so what did he says that the song is good for reiner right thinking he met leg it's good for ryan like the words are what he would say to me okay the lyrics are all runaway with your footsteps it's a build a city that dreams for two and if you lose yourself i will find do my nineyearold son sent a thought of brian when he heard it in that that would be a good song for you believe that i couldn't believe it that kid uses something else florida hampered men that can lead overseas paul and privately like a column thinking about running away don't tell anybody that are running away no it's not about running away oh runaway with your footsteps i'll build a city that dreams for to see i'm running away okay bright right and what's rest and if you lose yourself i will find deal here that's nice he's got like you know ryan here's your footsteps as ocean current a terminals for me i thought it was so sweet here we go this is 1100 dollars eight six six five four four my of anwar said noise eight six six five four four six nine three six here is your noise the footsteps of ryan running away eleven two hundred dollars to have one more time producer your 2016 brightest burden in this room there it is eight six six five were for my.
"eleven two hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The timing of your own retirement as i said before the break it's one of the most important and worst decisions that many retirees make they make the wrong the decision so i'm oppose these two you fair enough i'm ready okay question number one you just learned that you were do a tax refund if you'd like you can get the thousand dollar refund right away alternatively can get eleven two hundred dollars and a refund ten months from now which do you prefer oh that's pretty simple it's a ten percent return in less than a year i'll take the deferred okay so you're not going to do a you're gonna take the money later i question number two you just learned that the era do a tax refund if you'd like you can get a thousand dollar refund in eighteen months alternatively can get an aide eleven 100dollar refund in twenty eight months now which do you prefer was really the same mathematics that may need the money more in eighteen months did i do now but again it's a ten percent return in ten months and i'll defer okay so here's what they say about that i by the way i answered the question is exactly the same way attitude questions are nearly identical each poses the same kind of choice of a second question postpones the two options for delivery by eighteen months while the first offers an option for immediate delivery the point of the exercises to measure the consistency of a person person's time preferences someone with consistent time preferences should answer both questions the same way as mr stewart did choosing the early option both times or the delayed option both times such consistency as a requirement for making financial plans that you stick with some people ever choose inconsistently they will take the larger tax refund if both refunds require a delay as in the second question but they choose.