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Russia Gives Google 24 Hours to Delete Banned Content
"Monday russia's communication watchdog warned google. It could be fined and have their traffic slowed in the country. If they do not delete prohibited content within twenty four hours. Google could be fined up to four million rubles fifty four thousand dollars. Us and repeat offense would incur a fine of up to ten percent of google's annual revenue. Russia currently has a slowdown in place for twitter. Following a similar request.
NYPD Cop Plotted Murder-for-Hire
"Valerie Cincinnati paid her boyfriend. Seven thousand dollars to hire a hit man and kill his teenage daughter and her husband but she had no choice. What was she supposed to do? Try and take them out herself. She was in New York City. Police officer that's a good way to get yourself fired or at least on desk duty but that was twenty nineteen and she's had to change apart since then after folding prison laundry for a year last month she really really tried to be released on bail using the corona virus as an excuse to get back in front of a judge because too but the judge had good reason to roll his eyes and refuse in the words of the. Us Attorney in Brooklyn. The evidence in this case is overwhelming. Hey I'm amy and every Sunday Wednesday. Were here recapping. The story behind a true crime headline so. Let's get to it Valerie. Cincinnati paid her boyfriend seven thousand dollars to hire a Hitman and kill his teenage daughter and her husband. Did you get that because I had to read it a few times before? I believe what I was saying. She paid her boyfriend to have her ex husband killed because she was deep into a custody dispute with him over their son and she wanted him dead so she didn't have to share her. Nypd pension or her son with him and she was paying her boyfriend to have her boyfriend zone. Fifteen year old daughter killed because she was getting in the way. What offering to pay for your boyfriend to have his own daughter killed. Seems like a real dating. Don't but apparently Valerie thought he'd be into the idea. He was not because after she outlined the plant he right away immediately told the feds started wearing a wire when he was with her allegedly because her trial hasn't started yet but allegedly her boyfriend. John Rubel took Valerie seven grand and used it to buy five ounces of gold coins to pay the Hitman gold coins. Remember the days when you could just hand hitman cash and they do the job now you got to exchange the money for magic beans and give them those. It's just it's so complicated but Valerie says she was just giving John the money to buy gold coins. What's the problem? But let's just say that the cops the better the other cops that they're right and Valerie was using those gold coins to buy a couple of murders which did not happen by the way everyone save except Valerie. She should drop the soap in the shower anytime soon but she was trying to hire a contractor to kill. These people does not sound like she was very easy to work for according to court documents when she was told the Hitman was at her ex-husband's office in Long Island said he should be killed in the hood or the ghetto instead so it would not look suspicious and when she learned. This hitman didn't WanNA murder teenage daughter near her school. She said runner the F over. How about that K- and then when a few weeks went by and her husband and this poor teenage girl weren't dead. She asked the obvious question. Why was this whole murder-for-hire thing taking so long but then cheap further micromanage the process by telling her boyfriend to have the Hitman kill the girl his daughter over the weekend and then wait a week or a month to kill her husband so it wouldn't look suspicious and she should know because she's a police officer a police officer at this point law enforcement had had enough and they decided to give her what she wanted? A dead husband stood in my car glass on the floor and all over me and had me hunch over into the peasants and it's a picture that was that like Earth craziest experience. Yeah after she saw the pictures and the police told her he was dead. Her boyfriend recorded her discussing what her fake alibi could be if she was questioned about it. If these allegations proved to be true in the yearbook this girl would definitely be voted most likely to be arrested for being dirty cop kind of a not so smart super dirty cop at that among other damning Internet searches. She Google the phrase. If your ex dies do you have to share your whole pension? She might as well been googling. Dump things criminals due to get themselves convicted. She was a twelve year veteran of the NYPD. Working as a domestic violence officer in Queens. And that's where she met her boyfriend John Baruba in two thousand seventeen while she was working case. He's been called her sugar daddy in the press. Now he was fifty four. She was thirty four at the time and he paid her and Bill. So yeah yeah that tracks but then he got her suspended when he reported to internal affairs that she was hanging out at his house when she was supposed to be on duty protecting serving but then they got back together. Their relationship is not surprisingly described as volatile. Of course Jon is an exactly choirboy either. He allegedly threatened to shoot a guy over fifty four thousand dollar diamond ring in January twenty nineteen and was bragging about supposed ties he had to the Gambino Crime Family. He was also very proud of his friendships. With a couple of the actors who played mobster on the Sopranos so for Guy who seemed to be such a mobster wannabe. How ironic is it? That the first thing he did was drop a dime on his girlfriend. Of course if you ask Valerie's family they believe it was John who set the whole thing up to framer and speaking of her family at the time. She was arrested. Her brother was an FBI agent two months after she was arrested he committed suicide but again she insists she's innocent. Prosecutors say Valerie did her best to try and get rid of the evidence they believe. She destroyed to cell phones and deleted texts. But even without those phones. It's pretty hard to argue with wire. Tape recordings isn't it does not look great for you girl. Her trial was supposed to start on April twentieth. But it's been postponed while her legal team. Sifts through thousands of pages of text and calls between her her boyfriend and her ex-husband if she's convicted. She faces ten years for each of the two attempted murder for hire accounts and twenty years for obstruction of justice. I have a feeling this is going to be it for
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Family of four during that time each year made less than fifty four thousand dollars this is what I like about in this way tactically works choose trying to establish Dershowitz says this is not impeachment worthy and then Bondi comes out it says it's not close not only that there is a legitimate reason if you're president added states you feel you crate affected the election targeting you negatively and you have a new president in charge I want to test this guy would find that he's going to be the reform he said he was going to be I want you to do us a favor I want you to look into corruption I want you to find out what happened with the bidens that's what was outlined in the case it was over in out into the Bolton book drops as usual the timing is impeccable and not coincidental the bone people said did not deny the contents of the book in the characterization but they said they had nothing to do with it leaking out when you provide this type of intelligence again affected impeachment trial you just know there's an anti Trumper amongst you in man there are a lot of those people friends ins when bill out of those people stab in the back out there who are anti trump is working around the president still like for example the whistle blower or I'm not accusing him but for the vin men's brother twin brother is also when the loop of somebody would have to review that book I'm not saying you did it but I'm saying my goodness the mold end of your Joe Biden you could sit and dismiss it and say they're just out to get me because they fear me but if I'm Bernie Sanders who foolishly said no one cares about you damn emails Hillary when it shows how little she cared about keeping intelligence private in secret and dishonest she was did I show browsing server and then destroy it with a hammer if I'm running into re I bring that up but Bernie didn't would he be foolish enough to not bring that up against pied listen what was your son doing on that board I'm not I don't like Donald Trump but why would you make it all that money well you were running it how could you have such poor judgment senator Joni Ernst of Iowa is listening to this and saw Colbert your Sanders in war and perk up during the Biden stuff cut ten Iowa caucuses.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The rich Eisen show. sports ray. you have jobs around the house you need to get done tried to tackle app we're talking with tackle CMO Jack Johnson that's T. A. K. A. L. can you tell our listeners what tackle is all about Jack was a simple platform that connects you with people in your community who than background check to are able to perform small jobs in shorts for you around your home or business give me an example of some of those jobs house cleaning we did lots of yard work we follow a lot of trash we also assemble a lot of furniture we had a lot of flat screen TV's those are the types of jobs that are very popular with tackle I got to think that people are really having some good feedback for you what are they saying were approaching twenty four thousand reviews and the apple apps store and our star rating last I checked was a four point eight out of five stars you got a job that needs getting done tackle is the apt to go to that's T. A. K. A. L. A. go to T. A. K. L. dot com tackle CMO Jack Johnson we thank you so much for talking with us on newsmaker thanks Larry appreciate you having me on. with Chris Bruce and rob Parker's gaze back hello is this song. and I want to say this you've got two guys that have two different view and when they don't agree. you don't want to feel. counsel with Chris Bruce started rob Parker right he seven PM eastern four PM Pacific. that might harm and a drop in knowledge like this Antonio brown has his new helmet which he told you the silliest controversy could look out easy it is if that's all he's getting paid and now he's going to play but the guy can't help himself he has gone from being a big drama queen it to the biggest drama queen in the NFL to now a guy you can't go ten days without having something involving himself make front page headlines the Steelers finally got tired of his act when it became too frequent right because the the build up for Antonio brown in Pittsburgh was well here's a Facebook live here's an art with teammate here's this but then something last year there were four or five things we left the team a couple of times and the last time he left was right before the final regular season games deals and you know what you're not going to report for the last week were fighting for the players were done we're moving on from you and now what is it with the raiders ever played a game yet already there's been three big controversy with him and now here is the fourth and this is why I'm telling you he's not going to make it past following the raiders of find him fifty four thousand dollars for missing time during training camp Antonio brown response he put this out on social media quote when your own see want to hate but there's no stopping me now devil is a lie everyone got to pay this year so we clear let's try to break that when your own team want to hate but there's no stopping me now okay I get that the of the rate is one eighty but you're still not going to stop me from playing well which I don't think the raiders want to stop him from playing well they want to stop him from doing things like missing meetings and not showing up which is what these fines of force so was he channeling Missy Elliott of queen no stopping now your kids I mean now and I think it's probably worth more Missy I don't stop to get the rest of what she said Smith and.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Co host centers on embattled mayor Sean Morris times union reporting forces agreed to plead guilty to a felony criminal charge tomorrow may need to resign as mayor of the sentence before the end of the year when his term expires Moore's lost the June primary to retire retired state police major bill Keeler in June and killer tells W. G. why what he believes will happen next fight for the common council president who's been in service to the mayor in his place and in this case Chris places become council president so I mean none of this is unanticipated so it's just a matter of when really says he's already had several conversations with Chris breaks more to been expected to stand trial in September on charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud wire fraud lying to FBI agents he was accused of using campaign funds for personal use and there's been accusations against Morse of domestic abuse Peter is running on oppose this November in the general election and is expected take office on January the first president trump saying he does not believe the US economy will enter a recession anytime soon fox's John Roberts reports from the White House the president going the words of his chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow who said didn't exactly the same thing yesterday but while the president is playing down the idea of a looming recession here in the United States he is looking to the fed to make some big moves to stave off the possibility of a recession calling on Twitter today for a big I mean big rate cut the president tweeted quote the fed rate over a fairly short period of time should be reduced by at least one hundred basis points that would be a full percentage rate cut with perhaps some quantitative easing as well famous during the Obama administration if that happened our economy be would be even better and the world economy would be greatly and quickly enhanced good for everyone that's fox's John Roberts at the White House the national association for business economics conducted a survey showing thirty eight percent of economists think they'll be a recession in twenty twenty more than fifty four thousand dollars been raised for a woman who lost her father when a plane crash into their house in Dutchess county this weekend Scott Pringle as more donations are pouring in according to the online fund raiser more than a thousand people of sending money for Serra bonkers just days after this plane crash police say a Cessna slammed into the blockers home in Unionville Saturday in and burst into flames the crashed killing the pilot Sarah's father Jerry and the critically injuring Serra sister meanwhile the small communities honoring five neighbors who officials say jump right in to help rescue Serah from the second floor window this plane took off from Orange County airport in route to farming deal but at reports of engine trouble Scott Pringle newsradio eight ten and one oh three one W. G. Y. five people hospitalized after car crash near a hot dog stand in Saratoga springs today police say jeep grand Cherokee blew through the intersection of Merion Excelsior avenues it to stop signs drove through a longer the Saratoga awesome dog food truck hit another car then struck four people in front of the food stand another car.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Your save money over fifteen years and if you add a crappy first fifteen years with your stock market money beginning in year sixteen you needed an income stream of I think it was fifty four thousand dollars from your portfolio to buy what forty thousand dollars bought fifteen years earlier we had a rotten fifteen years we've only had eight percent so we don't liquidate stocks we wait we wait but we do liquidate those two rental houses or one rental house now and one rental house later houses are easy to style and yeah you may not get a huge the sales price but I only assumed what two percent growth on an all cash property I think that's reasonable would be like a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar property would be worth three hundred and twenty five thousand Bucks so not withstanding taxes guy no we can get really technical and all that stuff but you'd you'd have about an asset worth three twenty five three fifty at the end of fifteen years use our you need to supplement your income you needed how much them well in fifteen years your vote two percent inflation on a forty thousand dollar income need today you have done that's when you need to fifty four thousand Bucks art so fifty four thousand minus the fifteen grand you're still getting from the annuity thirty nine thirty nine thousand dollars where am I going to get that well I'm gonna sell real estate I've got say after taxes three hundred twenty five thousand so how long will that three hundred and twenty five thousand dollars last at thirty nine thousand dollars in payments if I can earn college three three and a half percent of my money at a little over a ten percent weight or withdrawal rate that's scary he appears here to spend all the money exactly and the last eleven years a last ten years so you now have had your stock market money and your annuity that's all that's left I've already spent down by my real estate brokers all gone it's gonna save money is gone the real estate money's gone but you're still in your stock market money and you still have your nobody Pena fifteen thousand what is the if you your money market money by the way it's been sitting there now for twenty five years I'm ninety at this point in your at the at three hundred fifty thousand dollars in the market twenty five years ago you pick the worst day since nineteen fifty to invest and your own seven point nine four percent or the worst month or the worst year whatever twenty five years and and you you had a three hundred and fifty thousand dollars to start with over twenty five years you now have two million three hundred and sixty four thousand dollars in your equity portfolio that's assuming Eyal left it alone did nat from it didn't take anything out of it you die your family gets two point four million Bucks the annuity goes away because it was a life annuity so the question then always becomes did you leave your kids richer or poorer than you are today today you have a million Bucks so if you have a million Bucks and you want to keep pace with a two percent inflation over the next twenty five years you would need to leave your kids one million six hundred and forty thousand dollars well I just left them to point something case is now closed and that's what I think you should do so that that we ought we started out multiple sources of income do you see how critically important having that real estate income and having the annuity income and then being able to take principle and earnings from a safe account to buy you time because here's what we know about the stock market and this dates back to the eighteen hundreds if you have a really good fifteen year period it's usually followed by a not so good fifteen year period that's what you want if you can pick the day to retire ticket like ten years ago today all right ten years ago today you'd be feeling pretty good about your money but if you pick up bad fifteen years like nineteen ninety nine right those that those next fifteen years were not so hot but the next fifteen years typically are followed by a really good fifteen year period so even though you may be panicked at the end of fifteen years because you didn't get up to that million one number that we talked about you got up to seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars it's still okay because you have the alternative source of income there could be liquidated to fill up the safe bucket to buy you another ten years and there you're almost certain that those next ten years are going to be fantastic years and you'll end up with two point four million all hypothetical these are just numbers for.
Biden raises $21.5 million since late April, trails Buttigieg in fundraising
"Joe biden campaign released his cue to fundraising numbers there is a quick update on those now that have had more than ten minutes to sit with them so overall biden brought in twenty one point five million dollars hit a total of four hundred thirty five thousand donations given by two hundred fifty six thousand donors that means some of those donors gave more than once nbc news story pointed out that if you take biden's fundraising and divided by the number of days he's actually been the raise his per day fund raising looks a whole lot better than just the total number me explain there were a total of ninety one days in q two this year given that number they average per day raise for buddha judge around two hundred seventy two thousand dollars every day that's a great number four sanders the per day raise was around one hundred ninety eight thousand dollars also really good but for biden given his shorter time the raise his per day number is about three hundred twenty six thousand dollars that beats buddha judge by almost fifty four thousand dollars each day now that is unimpressive number and the cast biden's q two in a very different light if you use this per day metric he will very likely leave the field this quarter binds campaign did not release figures about cash on hand so we can't compare those two buddha judge sanders will know all about that stuff in just eleven days anyhow
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"We have about eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars invested twenty five thousand casts, but we still have about one hundred and fifty four thousand dollar mortgage and our incomes about two twenty five we have a plan to pay off the house in proximity, three years. We're wondering if you would recommend pulling some of our investments paying the capital gains now, when in retirement, you know, our tax liability is going to be, so much less than we. We looked to retire in about seven years. Capital gains tax liability won't be different. You're going. You're on a fifteen percent tax bracket on capital gains, you still will be in retirement. So it wouldn't matter so just paid off. Now, I mean, at least that part of the equation doesn't. So great income, by the way, how old are you? Forty six forty five well done. And what does fifty invested in how much of it's in retirement accounts? Four hundred thousand four one K about three hundred seventy company stock, and then about eighty thousand in other investment account until you the company stock purchased on stock plan or given to you as a benefit both. Yeah. The given to you is benefit will be one hundred percent cashed. Have you already paid income tax on that we have everything is given to us? We've already paid on. Okay. So then the only thing you'll have is capital gain on it, and you're heavy on company stock. We are would yes. We are. Yeah. That scares me. So that's another reason to do it. I'd take a hundred and fifty of that, and pay off the house today, plus enough to pay the capital gains and I'd rebalanced my portfolio. I don't I the, the problem is you've got this wonderful income coming from this company and you've got half of your freaking net worth in this company. And so if this company turns down or worse than that goes, south you in a real world of hurt. So that lack of diversification scares me, I'm gonna move and have no more than about ten percent of your total net worth, which is probably worth won't accessible million. So one hundred hundred and fifty. Thousand bucks in company stock when all the smoke clears. Yeah. I mean we we actually just went over a million just a few months back. Congratulations at forty six years old. How much of this did you inherit? None. We just. Much of it. Did you steal? Are you a crook? No, no. People think it. Now, we're, we're we live. We live on about, you know, our monthly budgets around forty five hundred dollars. Wow. So you're living on about eighty grand making two and a quarter that'll make you may I don't work well done. What do you do for a living? We both worked for can I say the name of company? I don't care. We both worked for Home Depot. Okay. Wonderful. And that's all that company stock. Well, it's great stock right company obviously, it's been great to you guys. But regardless of who it is. And it's not as in you, and I'm had the discussion before I knew who it was. So it doesn't matter who it is. I'm still not going to be in company stock. It's heavy as you are. So. Yeah, pay that off. But you're an everyday millionaire, you wanna Chris, Hogan's everyday meters, man. You did it forty six years old starting from starting from nothing. Well, and it's all, you know, it's, it's a combination of us working together common goals, and you know, with less than what you make. Well. And you've obviously excelled at your careers. Yes. What, what college did you graduate from? Neither one of us have graduated really. No college degrees. Wow. That's cool. Okay. Fair. Yeah. Just got very, very good at what you do for Home Depot, then. Okay. Seventy hours a week. We'll get it done. Yeah. Man. Boom, just like that old fashioned DEA very neat. Hey, a guy emailed, her tweeted, rather this morning, he said, next time you and ho gonna do those millionaire thing matters, ask them, how much TV they watch so much TV. Do you watch? We have a couple shows that we catch pretty regularly. But it depends like this year. We don't watch TV. So how many hours a week, would you ever GE five? Wow. Yeah. A tenth of what the average person does. Yeah. That's so you don't know who got thrown off the island. That was always said, the typical can't tell you who got thrown off the island. There you go. I love it. Why did go Josh? I'm proud of you. Yeah, that's exactly what I'd do. Brother pay off today. Pallone enough to pay the capital gains to a rebound says, portfolio move some of that company stock over into good growth stock mutual funds with your Smartvestor, pro, or whoever's, advising you on your finances. And, and, you know, tax friendly situations there, you're probably going to look for some low turnover ratio type mutual funds that don't tax you as they grow, because it has low turnover ratio, and so that, that's the portion. That's not in a retirement account. That's what you need to look for. So you got a great situation. So you've done a wonderful, wonderful job. Very proud of you open phones at triple eight, eight to five five, two two five, Sherry is on Twitter or Shari. My husband and I are in baby step three that means they're outta debt. And they have their -mergency fund have no kids. We plan to leave anything. We have to our church. But you still recommend not pre-planning or prepaying, our funerals. I would always pre plan a funeral. I would never prepay it. You have the money to pay the funeral and you pay it out, or they someone pays for you after you're dying out of your stat of your money. Anytime you prepay anything college funerals are the two biggest ones out there. Your rate of return is the rate of increase in price. The inflation rate. So how much does college go up a year? Well, the average is about seven percent a year for the last fifty four years. So when you prepay college and making seven percent on your money, not bad. But you could made twelve thirteen eleven in good mutual fund. Okay. So that's why we recommend you do five twenty nine hundred mutual funds prepaying college how much a funeral funerals going up for the last fifty years. Maybe probably with average inflation rate would be my guess somewhere around four percent of your, which is call it that and so you're making four percent on your money when you prepay your funeral and it wouldn't do that if that's the actual inflation rate, and I think it's probably pretty close might be five might be three but it's not ten and. So, you know, you don't prepay you, instead, invest the money and ten eleven twelve percent, mutual funds, which is a lot more than four percent in you'll have a lot more than you need to be buried that way. You're not king Tut. So I'm going to be that hard or the Queen of Egypt or whatever you need to be to do that. So there you go. I just don't prepay stuff like that. I instead invest it and pay it when it's time to pay it. This is the Dave Ramsey show. If you have a lot of debt and little income do something about it. What if you had your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job now? Ziprecruiter's technology can do that just for you. Just download the ZipRecruiter job, search app and let it know what kind of jobs, you're interested in and its technology starts doing the work the ZipRecruiter app. Fines jobs. You'll like and put your profile in front of employers who may be looking.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Want, and this case drinking soda, right? They don't want people to drink soda anymore, so they tax it. Because they want people to drink less soda, but they can't put it together that they also tax things that we want more of like hiring people an opening a business other good things. Now in that case, those, you know, free market cases, they say taxes have no effect on behavior whatsoever in their mind. That's what this, there's no effect on behavior. Minimum wage. That's higher prices, right? No effect on hiring behavior whatsoever. But attacks on soda will stop are epidemic. So Philly fell for. They put another on top of what they already have another one point five cent per ounce tax, so twelve ounce cans eighteen cents. Times twelve by twelve packs, two dollars and sixteen cents quite a bit on top of what they already have time. So that was last year and the soda sales than twenty thousand dropped fifty one percent cut in half. So does come half. So yes that worked. So tax worked higher prices. People bought less soda. Taxes, always taxes, always having effect on behavior. Now, here's CNN implementing a sales tax may help get Americans to stop drinking sugary drinks. If a new study about Philadelphia soda consumption is any indication. Now, here's the thing, this people who look at one variable, and then Pat themselves in the back for getting that one. Right. And then they're smart people who keep looking because there's a big difference between a soda tax getting people to stop sugary drinks, which is what the CNN first line in the article said, implementing a sales tax may help Americans to stop drinking, sugary drinks. Right. There's a big difference between that and a soda tax getting people to buy sugary drinks somewhere else. Which is what actually happened. Let's wants you to believe is that because of the soda tax people decided to drink green smoothies instead. You gotta go way down in the CNN story while researchers found that sales of sugary beverages fell in Philadelphia after the tax beverage sales in nearby, towns, and counties without the tax went up. That's suggests people may have been travelling to get their soda at a reduced price. You think? Of course. That's what happened. Now it's even worse than just that other implications here as well. Because I doubt people drove across town or drove out of town, just to buy soda. A lot of people probably now do all their grocery shopping. In other towns, maybe they work somewhere. They live in the Philly live work outside or vice versa, whatever, and they now do all their grocery shopping in other towns, so Philadelphia, grocery stores and convenience stores, lose a lot of business. And those stores employees a lot of entry level employees who are now hurt. Not only that, but let's say I'm just ease of numbers. Let's say a million ounces of soda, we're sold before the tax. The city was bringing in fifty four thousand dollars in taxes. And they increase it. And they say oh, now we're going to bring in sixty two thousand dollars in taxes, whenever progressives and we're on FOX friends last week to two weeks ago last week. Thomas in California with the marijuana tax, same thing, government's always assume static behavior. Nothing nothing will change when the institute, the new tax. And then they make this bold projection about how much money tax is going to bring in, but as we just said taxes, of course, change behavior. So the city was bringing in fifty thousand dollars a year, but soda consumption went down at half. So now they're bringing in half as much money. Now here's the real problem. There. He spent it. This happens every time every time the government says, oh, we're going to bring in this much money for this new tax. They spend it now dissipating that it's gonna come in, and it never does, which means they have to raise taxes somewhere else to make up the difference. And this is what we said on FOX today. The marijuana's the states at all. We're gonna bring in this much money on the marijuana tax. They didn't so that difference between the projection. The reality has to be made up with higher taxes on non pot smokers. If only anyone saw this coming. Everyone. Saw it coming. When the tax went into effect, Pepsi, laid off one hundred workers in three distribution plants which served Philadelphia. They knew that the higher tax would result in less soda consumption, and they accounted for beforehand. Progressive fantasy land. They think they're changing the world for the better with their good intentions. But this good idea is just this one simple soda, tax resulted in people laid off. Higher taxes on everyone else, lost revenue for the city and fewer jobs in local grocery stores, all with no decrease in actual soda consumption. No good thing happened from this tax. One positive you can at least say, well, there's all those things happen know grocery stores, lost business, and but at least people are healthier. No, no, no. Decrease that actual soda consumption. Dickey's one hundred seven sixty seven sixty five three six two Newman replacement windows good local family owned business doing it the right way, not the government way. The government had a window company. Everyone would have holes in their walls covered by clear garbage bags. Saw someone driving on the street with one of those their car, and it's always a good luck. So we don't have that our houses. Now. Fortunately, we have new replacement windows twenty five years in business. There. These people have been working there for decades, installing their windows. They've seen it all. They do it. 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"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are you? Hey, welcome. Where do you guys live Lynchburg Virginia bond? We're good to have you welcome. Oh. So you're the liberty gang that everybody's here and your kindle, Matt. Right. Yeah. My brother your brother works here. Yep. Okay. Very cool. Good stuff and Matt likes to be in the background. He doesn't like me to put the spotlight on him. Like, I'm doing right now. Watch him turn red. There you go. Okay. He's a great guy. We're glad to have him on our team. Welcome. How much data you paid off? Right at fifty four thousand five hundred way to go. And how long did this take seventeen months? All right and your range of income. We started at eighty and we did one oh five last year. Cool. What are you guys do for a living? I'm an auditor at a community Bank retail. Okay. Very cool. Very cool. So fifty four thousand dollars one in the world. Fifty four thousand dollars off mainly my student loans. Okay. That was about thirty five thousand and we had a car loan and two credit cards. Okay. How long have you guys been married? Twelve years going on thirteen. Okay. What happened seventeen months ago, put you in gear? Matthew, he came here, and he would defraying he's like, a mini, Dave. And he's relentless and. Tells you all the things that you don't want to hear, but you need it. So you have to listen to or thinking we're going to jump on board or we're going to hear this for the rest of our lives. Listen to your YouTube videos at work on my lunch break. Okay. And you know, really just got me fired up, and we come home and talk about it. And also, obviously talked to Matt all the time and. Once she gets on board with something. She goes two hundred twenty percents. That's what we did. So Matt knew that he had he had to help you convert Morgan or this wasn't going to happen. It was more getting me going once. Yeah. Once I got going, she'll she'll do anything, you know, say, hey Morgan. Let's do this. Okay. Let's go. Okay. All right. Anything for him as long as it makes them stress-free. I wanna make his life is easiest possible. Very good. Very cool. Well, that's sweet on Valentine's Day as good. I love it. Why did it go you guys? So Matt harassed you into looking at this the YouTube videos start coming up Morgan says, I'm on board. So then what did you do? The first thing was in you hear everybody say it when you listen to the debt-free screams, but getting on a budget without the budget. We wouldn't have been able to do this. We were averaging fifty percent of our income was going to debt every month. And then the other thing was we went to work. We each got second and third job. Oh, really? Yeah. We worked from seven AM to nine or ten PM every day our girls, which will be here in minute. They'll they went with us to work sometimes in the evenings in the summer and everything we just work like crazy. So what were your best part time jobs, the ones that paid the best? Well, they didn't really pay that much to be honest. But I'll let Morgan. They pay more in blessings, really. But we got a part time job at our girls. School working cleaning at night time. Waxen strip floors all summer long, the girls came with us every single night unless they vacation bible school or with medium Papa. So, you know, it's just been a really group effort to get here to where we are so seventeen months game on and now you're free. How's it feel? It's great. Yeah. It's wonderful. It's it's fun to actually put the money into your savings account and not have to pay interest. You get interested to come back your way. Yeah. And instead of the snowballs role in the right direction now right for sure very very well done. Very cool. So who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you definitely us because without you know, teamwork and being able to do it together. You can't do right? You can't do it. But our family in Matthew, obviously, he was a big cheerleader. Parents friends at church teachers and staff at school air, little girls school Timberlake, Christian school, and our small group they've really pushed us, and now we get to be there till leaders, and it's super exciting because we get to give back and when we see someone working hard to pay off their debt, we want to do the same thing that they differ us. And reward them little things that it's just crazy to see God is always on time. And you know, you never you think you're going to go without. Feeding go at bell. Didn't miss did. Miss a meal. No gain weight. Working on losing. Then. We also I lead FPU one one time at our glass. So we had people we met during the class that obviously became cheerleaders obviously trying to encourage them as well. So that was another part of it, and you brought the kiddos along and their names and ages are what a Teheran, which is her birthday tomorrow. She'll be nine and Graceland is six. Okay. Very cool, and they helped participate in the part time jobs. So the summer they worked unpaid, unpaid unplayed, unpaid slave labor. There we go. I love it. Well, good job. You guys were very proud of. You know, your family is a nomad is very good stuff. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires because you're well on your way to be in one..
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Who is loving at the most everyone was loving. I remember or was loving it. Offset. Biggest pot are. So he I think he knew the whole time. What route to is doing? It was just so classic. I miss playing. I texted teddy on the ride home. We were just shooting the shit, actually texting me like Russian hate us. Let's just keep giving it to them online. Speaking of that. I got a message from Russian reporter on too. I did too. I got to listen to this text. I didn't even play there. I was like, I don't know. I I'm not the one saying shit lady. I just ask the questions around here it almost like had me a little worried. Hello, ryan. This is so and so I'm Russian sports journalist. There's big fuss. Now in Russia about your words on Russian women that you said in in may in spitting Chickasaw aren't hookers in the lobby when they talk about what did I say that they're either a ten or a point to like, what do you want me to? That's my comment. Just write it down. Yeah. Like, just take our audio. Quote me. The quotation marks. Yes. So teddy said, so we we were just chatting, and I was like, dude how you ban, blah. Like do. You miss the game. He's no I missed the paychecks. I need to ask you about that. Crazy parlay bet that somebody set you. Yeah. Man. It's funny because it was a it was let me see I got it right here. One two three four five six seven teams in this person did the well the opposite pipeline from being which usually play this person played one plus one point five goals on each thing. They laid the juice juice, minus two fifty minus two fifty five minutes to seventy buddy pick seven fuck and teams he put four thousand dollars down. That's a pretty good size. Not to put now for poly, any hit it one fifty four thousand dollars on a four thousand dollar poly. Like said he he picked all favorites getting a goal and a half. But still seven seven. Oh, man. You gotta tip you captive, whoever. This fellow is. I don't know if it's the guy who tweeted, I'm not gonna say names just in case. But if you know seven oh one any split. I don't care if you picking lodge favorites getting points with them, and what's incredible about it is one of the games when the teams he had he had the fly is Bob. Plus the goal and a half. They will lose five to one that that game was Saturday. And I know because I bet the fucking lightning. I was laying the goal in the half. I went out for a walk over five one. I was practically cut my money. I come home saw the final six five five comeback tied. It up Tampa ends up when and all the time. But this guy was willing to whisker of losing just that game. Not to mention a couple other ones that close, but again tip of thousand dollar play play down fifty four fucking came back in one thing as far as the plus what one point five I'm gonna try to chart me. All I thought Dutch Schutte bed. I'm like, buddy. This is Polly. I I mean when we talk about flatbeds. Yeah. I don't think it's a good bed. But when you pick and seven and Apollo that's that's a different situation. The I would I would never make that bed at Saint bet. And what's even more insane about is that he put four K down on? I've seen people make parlay bets like that. But they're putting twenty bucks to win like fifteen hundred. Yeah, that's that's a lot of jam. And I don't care. I would assume this guy's got a. Big Bank bankroll. But nonetheless, that's a that's a jam bet. A guy see me and Grenell got loaded in New York City. I was crushed Cornell. Let's talk about what happened. What happened they cavalier? We're pretty fucked up. I wasn't I should beer all Jake's. Legitimately a million beers. And you had been drinking before you even got true. 'cause we went to the to the Rangers game. Why you got so excited because I I'm finally on a heat. I got crushed crushed crushed like was going to quit..
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"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"An air conditioning guy joe come over to my house i asked him hey how's business he's like we can't keep up with it the guy who works on our system really strong guy great guy love him he's putting his kids through college like it's nothing he's making so much money i said do you have to work these hours goes no man how do i turn down the money okay back to the article listen to this nationwide three hundred ten high school grads who go to a four year public university having earned degrees within six years this is according to the national student clearinghouse so even the kids that are going to call it they make their parents feel good for a while until mama de go hey johnny hey suzy how come it's taking you almost six years to finish i'll tell you why you pushed him into college mom and dad and they have no idea why they're there they don't have a plan the treading water to the tune of ridiculous debt seventy percent of construction companies nationwide or having trouble finding qualified workers according to associated general contractors of america so again i'm giving you the contrast here there are more trae jobs like carpentry electrical plumbing sheet metalwork and pipe fitting then the state of washington can fill the annual average wage of these trade workers is fifty four thousand dollars now folks i told you at a previous show a couple of months ago that according to the bureau of labor statistics construction jobs along with healthcare and personal care that's human to human interaction.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on House of Carbs
"In 2015 supermarket chain morrison's replace selfservice machines one thousand manned check out after nine six percent of customers surveyed said they preferred staff check out such nice jobs are coming back and just really into this idea of like all uh i'm not into theft of course but i i i will never forget the store when with these chef that spiked of vegans and then had the upper are attributable there and i like that guy's also just tricking the storing the thinking that meat is fruit for his own like weird thrills i mean i assume he just did this for like the weird criminal thrill of it or something i i made a making tomase options but this sort of like dynamic between is it meat is not me is is a world that i'm i'm very interested in i i have to say i have a slightly different take out now had i pulled up the conversion euros two dollars 'cause i we i you know i in january around you know a buck thirty it's actually a dollar 22 right now so two hundred eight thousand euros is two hundred and fifty four thousand dollars that this dude was fined but this is a dude who makes twenty four thousand euros a month and attleboro absurd so we'll why is he taking veal liver and sticking it in in a fruit bag house 47 euros worth of bill liver so what's that like if i could do the math quickly in my head fifty five to sixty dollars worth of veal liver um and it's got to be what you just described he just gets the thrill out again the way with something yeah but you know he he i love the judges comment not inconsiderable criminal energy wait not inconsiderable so that means considerable yet at double negative translates into a guy being a dick because he had plenty of money en enemy.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on CarCast
"What else do you want to win the sesar any have you seen any accessories or anything your life i haven't gone to the other halls yet like seem as getting big enough tori like you pick a year this year central hall next year just north pole and maybe the year after wheels and tyres just wheels and tyres that's all you can do but it's tough to do it all right are you guys doing it all are you having at all our are you is there anything you guys have seen here that is blown blown your mind beside the fist steve up on its bumper over the ford both yes the what are the four hundred are the four hundred aren't oh the porsche yeah we did see that that is pretty amazing yeah it supports your four hundred are it's it's it's like an 993 is of the ninety three like yeah 993 aircooled borja done up singer style it's really nice yeah the singer stuff is amazing and i'm i'm happy abortion making way more expensive but i'm happy to see that the market is is getting good like if you build something like a singer poor shared a lot a lot of these cars in the past some wanted to spend two hundred fifty grand built the car sell it to chris titus chris titus we get divorce it end up in meat gum and monterrey and they have hammered out for fifty four thousand dollars with a guitar in the in the bacteria ticket sewage show for foreign and now this stuff is holding its own soil another cool car though is right here on the optima boothe is jonathan words cal one of his darrell accept their the rolls royce.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Money Girl
"Okay the second place to invest after you max out of retirement account is a retirement plan for the selfemployed simone didn't mention of she has any other sources of income but if you self employed or you've got your own company there are even more ways to save for retirement in addition to an ira even if you already maxed out a retirement plan at a day job at work i'll just cover my favorite plan here which is a simplified employee pension plan also known as a set ira it allows employers to make pretax contributions to a traditional ira for each of their eligible employees sets don't allow employees to contribute they can only be funded by employer contributions but what's really cool is that they allow individuals who are selfemployed to make contributions to their own retirement account and this is an account that i've used for years and love it the money you put into a acept can go to various options you choose from a menu of available investments like mutual funds your contributions our tax deductible and they grow tax deferred until retirement the separatists allow you to contribute any amount you like or none at all you can go up to 25 percent of your salary if you're an employee of your own company or up to twenty percent of your net selfemployment income if you are self employed these percentages are capped at a maximum contribution of fifty four thousand dollars for 2017 you can even have a sat for your part or fulltime self employment income even if you have another job or you participate in an employer retirement plan and maxine out so this is a great option for any of you who are earning income on the side.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Geek News Central
"You wanna keep your job in don't be sending pictures like that what why when the first if some someone sent me a picture like day and i knew who it was in in in if i was working accompanied the first stop would be hr mia oil what is this or or or maybe not hr maybe be like i'd go see the person like you can if you do that again you know you i'm going to go to turn you will be fired you know maybe i would do that you know but you know this a why would ap did it to moldova people way when people go to each i don't get it i don't i really don't so anyway the the reporters standing by his sources fourteen of them was he drink her or what at it i don't get it i just don't understand why people want to do that wisconsin you know is gonna beginning he foxconn plant in they did a deal were they're giving foxconn a chinese company three billion dollars in tax breaks exchange for a ten billion dollar factory and interport issued this week those wisconsin legis late of fiscal bureau said the state won't break break even on its investment until twenty forty three now a two one he 43 fox in a hummy worker sparked cut hires is going to be a good question here but if foxconn actually created thirteen thousand jobs it climbed cleaned it may and agreed in average wages shaikh fifty four thousand dollars it it promised to create them at.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"And possibly based upon the formula that's used allow her to put a significant amount of money in there um theoretically it could be possible even for her to uh put in place a plan that could lower to essentially contribute all of her earnings into the into an individual 401 k because she didn't technically have to take the wages out uh from her business and pay them out to herself she could set it up so that her employer contribution and her employees contribution went into the account and the contra total contribution limits are about fifty four thousand dollars issued a between those two so when you line that up that one might be the uh the best way for her to go about getting the most money in it individual 401 k a little bit more complicated than a simple or sap a but it's not impossible and has grown in in popularity but it's definitely going to be more complicated um than that the final option would be a time of year of that she's going to do it remember that a 401 k has to be done during the tax year so she's going to make a 2017 contributions they all need to get into the account during 2017 whereas the other plans can be done after the tax year so she could sit down on in a marcher 2018 or april 2018 while filing her taxes and allocated designate hor her previous year's contribution at that time so those are what those are some differences between those.
"fifty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"In two thousand and seventeen the set by our a contribution limit is 50 four thousand dollars but the at a set by arrays very simple and easy to set up the paperwork is standardised uh there are almost no administrative responsibilities so it's very very simple and easy to set up a sat buyer ray you can do it you can you can do very very easily the catch where the sap ira as your maximum contribution is either fifty four thousand dollars or five percent of the a of your earnings or twenty percent of your self employment earnings so in order for you to be able to contribute the full uh twenty four fifty four thousand dollars into it you she would need to be earning a few hundred thousand dollars so that's gonna be harder for her and that's probably gonna make it less appropriate for her to do that would be the problem with a separate but for a business owner who does have higher earnings a set by area simple and if 25 just say 25 percent for easy remembering if if investing twenty five percent year profit is sufficient for your desire of how much you went to actually get into a pension account that's the appropriate type of plan your next option would be a simple ira and a simple ira is it obviously it it it's just from the name of it it works basically like a traditional ira except that the earnings requirements are or the earnings amounts are just a little bit higher.