21 Burst results for "Fifty Six Hundred Dollars"

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The View

The View

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The View

"The worst pandemic and one hundred years in an economic meltdown and that legislation went a long long way to easing the anxiety pudding. Fourteen hundred dollars a person fifty six hundred dollars for family for it helped them through this very difficult time. We expanded the child tax credit. We extended unemployment and so forth. It was a success and it helped us move the economy forward right now. What the president wants. What i want is for us to begin to deal with the structural crises that this country has ignored for many many decades. What do i mean we got an infrastructure that is collapsing. everybody knows roads. Bridges water systems. We need massive amounts of forcible housing low income housing to be built. We have the only major country on earth not to provide paid family medical. Leave the only major country today. There are women who give birth and have to go back to work a few days later because they don't have any paid time off. Our childcare system is an absolute disaster. We have kids who cannot afford to go to college graduating deeply in debt and then on top of all of that how do you nor the incredible destructive threat of climate change which is ravaging our country in the entire world so these issues that cannot be ignored. Now i am proposing. Is that we pay for all of the ongoing programs that we want to develop that means continuing the child tax credit which is so important to working families helping them raise their kids fully funding and paying for child cow paid family and medical leave etc but right now is also a time to invest in infrastructure because interest rates are at an historic low rate. So if you want to rebuild our bridges and roads deal with. Climate now is in fact the time to do that senator sanders. You have been a vocal critic of certain israeli policies which still acknowledging and sometimes even celebrating. Israel's right to exist as a jewish state but some of your surrogates and supporters have taken things in a different direction calling israel. An apartheid state publicly pronouncing themselves as anti zionist and implying that israel is akin to terrorist organizations. Do you agree that. This kind of extreme anti israel rhetoric and i want to make clear again. I am not talking about criticizing specific. Israeli policies has contributed to the rise in attacks against jewish americans. Because i e i interviewed joseph origin who is the victim of an anti semitic attack in new york city and he is deeply dissatisfied with response from democrats. Anti semitism a serious and growing problem. Not only in this country around the world. And it is obviously unacceptable. We have to combat it in every in every way. My own view in terms of american policy toward the middle east toward israel and the palestinians is that we need an even-handed policy. It cannot simply be one hundred percent pro israel that we have to understand that in gaza for example you have sixty percent youth. You have already situation which was only made worse by the recent war. So what i want to see is our country. Play an even-handed role. Wanna see the united states work with other countries to try to bring the israelis and palestinians together to bring about some peace in that region. We never have never have enough of you. So we'll have more with senator bernie.

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Americans begin receiving Covid relief direct deposits

NBC Nightly News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Americans begin receiving Covid relief direct deposits

"The massive covid relief. Bill was signed into law just two days ago but this weekend americans started receiving those checks some totaling thousands of dollars. Kelly o'donnell is at the white house with one. Your money will arrive. Kovin relief is now showing up as money in the bank and lighting up social media. Fourteen hundred dollars for steve martinez in san antonio nicer price of kings. So soon and it couldn't come at a better time. The key to fast delivery this first wave of direct payments going to qualified americans who filed tax returns that linked their bank accounts to the irs. My phone got a notification saying that the irs had direct deposited. I was on the phone with my mom. I go fifty six hundred dollars for twenty five year. Old mom breanna raines. Who is out of work in casper wyoming. I have some bills that are behind. Obviously so those are all already caught up. I got all of those caught up this morning. In springfield missouri. The covid relief math means faith produce family of five qualified for seven thousand dollars. They received today both have a little bit of weight. Lifted off of our shoulders not have to worry asthma as maybe what the nuxie months holds but the rollout of deposits paper checks and debit cards is expected to take weeks. Eighty five percent of the households in america. We'll be getting this money to track your check. The irs says its website will provide daily updates with its get my payment feature. We're going to be traveling. The country to speak directly to the american people about how this law is going to make a real difference in their lives. That biden team road trip begins monday with the first lady vice president and second gentleman also making stops to promote the relief package. Kelly wash such a big push to sell a bill that already passed. Well it's promotion and politics. They want to be certain. Americans know about the real world impact that will affect them and they wanna make sure democrats get credit for it

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The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:18 min | 1 year ago

The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

"Okay. Who is getting. What in the biden. Bill perio first up is what most adults in. The country are going to get a one time payment of up to fourteen hundred dollars. This is the single biggest part of the bill. And here's where the bill stands. Now if you made less than seventy five thousand dollars either last year or the year before you will get the full amount fourteen hundred bucks beyond that if you made between five thousand and eighty thousand dollars you get a smaller amount and if you made more than eighty thousand dollars you will not get one of these checks for married couples who file their taxes together. The cutoff for getting a check is a combined. Income of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars in these checks are both the biggest and the most universal part of the bill. The exact amount of money that your household will get does depend on a few things in addition to your income. Like whether you have kids or other dependents but even so roughly eighty to ninety percent of all households in the us are gonna get checks for some amount of money and the hope is that people will spend that money to help boost the economy so next step people who are getting money in the stimulus bill. The unemployed four hundred dollars per week on top of what they would normally get from their state in unemployment benefits when there isn't a pandemic and that extra four hundred dollars. A week will last until nearly the end of august and there's a lot of people still claiming unemployment benefits each week almost nine times as many people as a year ago right before the pandemic started. That's more than nineteen million people claiming those benefits right now and a big part of the reason why there are so many is the government has expanded the range of people who can qualify for these benefits during the pandemic and the reason unemployment benefits matter for the overall economy. Is that the allow people to continue spending money while they are between jobs paying their rent buying groceries buying school supplies for their kids yet without the extra four hundred dollars. Unemployment benefits would only replace less than half of a workers lost income on average but with the extra four hundred dollars from the stimulus bill. These benefits will be replacing more than eighty five percent of the lost income for the average unemployed worker up state and local governments. What they're going to get from the bill so tax revenues for a lot of state and local governments have just deride pandemic and some of them have been forced to cut back on services that they typically provide like garbage collection law enforcement mental health and addiction treatment services and a bunch of others state and local governments have also had to lay off one point three million workers especially a lot of workers in public schools teachers administrators janitors. It's one of the hardest hit sectors of the labor market so this bill provides three hundred and fifty billion dollars for state and local governments. And actually that might end up more money than state and local governments lost during the pandemic three hundred and fifty billion dollars is above the range of estimates for how much money state and local governments will have lost through next year. But it's also true that some states and local governments are in worse shape than others and so one of the big debates in the senate is over just how to allocate this money between different states and cities. And we're gonna pass here for a second because if we stop right here just right now out of the cost of those three things that we have discussed the checks that go out to almost everybody. Stimulus checks the bigger unemployment insurance benefits and the money that goes to state and local governments. That is the biggest part of the bill. Roughly half of it around a trillion dollars is going to go to those three things combined yet and there's all kinds of interesting and important stuff and the rest of the bill to so. Here's a few more that we definitely think are worth mentioning. Starting with what parents are gonna get. Yes so parents are going to get an extra fourteen hundred dollars for each of their children and this includes adult children who parents list as their dependence. Yeah so if you are. A family of four people say to spouses and two kids. The total amount. You're gonna get in those one time. Checks is up to fifty six hundred dollars. But that's not all. The bill also increases the size of the child tax credit for one year. So parents will now be able to offset their tax bills by thirty six hundred dollars for each kid under the age of six the really young ones and by three thousand dollars for other kids who are not yet adults bottom line take that same family of four and let's say both parents make less than seventy five thousand dollars each year and let's say their two kids are very young. They're toddlers that family could get a total of nearly thirteen thousand dollars in checks and tax credits because of this bill. Okay and now. Let's look at what schools are going to get kindergarten to twelfth grade. Schools are gonna get roughly one hundred and thirty billion dollars but maybe what's most interesting is what that money is intended for. Yes so this money is not for textbooks. It is for things that make it easier for schools to reopen and operate during the pandemic. So things like improving ventilation buying more personal protective equipment and even changing the shape of a classroom so that social distancing between students is easier next up. The bill includes tens of billions of dollars for loans and grants to businesses and the industry. That's going to get the single biggest amount in grants. So that's money that does not have to be paid back is bars and restaurants yup bars and restaurants. They can prove they lost money. Last year will be eligible for up to ten million dollars each in grants and the bill has set aside a total of twenty five billion dollars for eateries and watering holes and restaurants. And though that is the most any industry is getting in this bill. Some perspective is important here last year. Bars and restaurants lost about a hundred and forty five billion dollars sales from the year before. It's a twenty percent decline and there are still nearly two and a half million fewer jobs in bars and restaurants than before the pandemic and this year knock on wood will not be as bad because people are getting vaccinated. Covid cases are coming down and more of the country is reopening still. That is a huge hole to dig out of

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Mill hill. Surrey like a lumber mill selam yes. They would take cedars with cedar mill where they'd take cedar remanufactured into differed cedar products alike fences and all of that kind of really west coast thing over here. So yes so. I asked about getting into that and they said no absolutely not. I was a paramedic at the time. Still actually technically a paramedic right now. I really still enjoy doing that. Every once in a while. And i thought to myself man i just want to learn business and i don't want to go to business school and so i thought well what better thing to do than purchase a restaurant or purchase. Some kind of business. I'm like jesse. Do it can do that. And just learn and like what's the worst thing that's going to happen so i looked on craigslist. I found this taco. Del mar restaurant so it was a mexican chain restaurant that had actually had a lot of success in the past and was now kind of on a bit of a downward trajectory but the restaurant itself was thirty. Five thousand dollars canadian. So twenty five thousand ish. Us what's the worst case scenario. I'm going to lose thirty five thousand dollars like at twenty three years old. Yes that is a lot of money. But i thought oh i can recover from that. That's no problem. If if that's the worst case i mean really like i'll just fast forward a bit and then come back to some more of the details. The worst case was much much worse than that. I lost about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in about five years of my life and heartache. And i remember i remember nights i can specifically remember some nights in in our first apartment and just setting just thinking of like. How am i going to pay this bill and then harleys coming on early fifty six hundred dollars. It's funny. I still remember these numbers but like and that check bouncing and then my landlord texting me and just sing the the check balanced again. What's your plan..

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Launching Patients over Profits

Medicare for All

10:19 min | 2 years ago

Launching Patients over Profits

"Have some exciting stuff to talk about this week. Most exciting top of the list is that there's a new massive national medicare for all campaign that was launched just this last week Ourselves healthcare now part of a coalition That's going to roll out this campaign it's being led by national nurses United And it has called the patients over prophets pledge So Stephanie Before we get into the details like nuts and bolts of what this campaign is GonNa look like This is a campaign that is targeting. Legislators so they will not take money from the healthcare industry. Why is that important like at this particular stage movement right so as we expected as our movement is taking off there's momentum in Congress and at the grassroots level our opposition has taken noticed and they have organized? They've convened a new organization The Partnership for America's healthcare future may have heard of it which is comprised of bad guys like health insurers members of Pharma hospitals and everybody else who has something to lose shows of commerce single the most exactly So now we have this like mega villain. This transformer of multiple villains Who have have convened this new partnership and they are spending a lot of money. For example on ads on industry aligned speakers on ghost writing op eds for members of Congress and other legislators and employing lobbyists to spread their talking points Why don't we go ahead and listen to to a short clip of an ad? This is like a prime example of what they are running around. The country. Politicians are pushing one-size-fits-all health. Plans Medicare for all Medicare buy buy in in and and public public option. option. All All mean mean the the same same thing. thing. You'd You'd pay pay more more to to wait wait longer longer for for worse worse care. care. So they're doing stuff like this and of course they're also donating millions to our elected officials. So how are we going to take on this new mega opposition that has launched with the express purpose of taking down? Medicare for all So any new has come up with this patients over. Prophets pledge. Ben. Can you tell us a little more about it? Yeah so it's pretty straightforward basically We're going to be asking a legislators Elected officials but especially members of Congress to not accept money from any arm of the healthcare industry. That is part of the Partnership for America's healthcare future any wing of the healthcare industry. That is trying to undermine Medicare for all trying to prevent us from getting the healthcare. We need We want to drive a wedge between this partnership of this empire of evil. Who's trying to stop us from getting our health care and the legislators who were supposed to be representing us. I'll remind you just normal constituents patients so here's a little clip from Max Cotterell of National Nurses United on a national call that they hosted to launch this campaign. The patients over profits pledge is linked to aim to sever those direct ties that corporations actively involved in fighting Medicare for all have been carefully building with politicians across the country. And so in this fight to pass Medicare for all what we know is that will never be able to outspend the for profit industry but we can make the active accepting their campaign contributions politically toxic. Well put Max And you know I would say just a little bit beyond this that any elected official can sign this pledge. Whether that's mayors city councillors a state REP state senators. Any target is fair game but obviously the big boys are the ones in Congress who can actually Enact Medicare for all and who the partnership is just spending hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars trying to weasel their way into their confidences and to get them to oppose this So now I'd like to say that US in the Medicare for all movement can take credit for this campaign design and the structure but actually we have an closely allied movement. Who's had a lot of success with this kind of Pledge Approach Stephanie? Do you want to say a little bit? More about sort of the roots of this tactic and the strategy sure so if this campaign sounds familiar it's because of the climate change momentum. 2017 launched a very similar pledge called the no fossil fuel money pledge after which the patients over prophets pledges kind of designed so the no fossil fuel money pledge prohibited. Siamese from accepting campaign contributions over two hundred dollars from executives political groups or lobbyists in the oil gas or coal industries. So what has been the impact of this? Almost all of the major candidates in the presidential race of sign the pledge although both Biden and budgets have come under fire for violations of of the pledge and over fifty members of Congress and both the Senate and House have signed as well and dozens of elected state and local levels as well I think you know when there was news about Biden holding a fundraiser with an investor in fossil fuels and Buddha judge also having close ties with some of these industry players that has been huge news. And it's really affected perceptions about their campaigns So what do you think? Ben What do you think is the potential of this campaign? Yeah well so first of all. I'm going to play a clip from An activist in the sunrise movement. Who has worked had been heavily involved in this no fossil fuel contributions campaign Talk about what he sees as the impacts and then. I'm going to say a little bit about how that sort of carries over to Medicare for all for us the no fossil fuel money. Pledge has been a tremendous tool for three reasons. I it's been a really good at organizing tool for building are organizing muscle second. It's helped us draw media attention to the corruption of fossil fuel money in politics and three. It's translated into concrete political games both in winning and losing elections as well as the impact inside the legislatures. Yes these are all some of the outcomes that I think we'll see also in the Medicare for all movement I see this pledge as a very versatile tactic right You can target existing legislators who support Medicare for all already. But you know maybe. Their level of commitment is not super strong Maybe we're a little worried that when it comes time to actually vote on this bill we might lose that legislator That they might get cold feet Is the time to try and get them to up their commitment level and to really pledge not to take money from these industries Which I think will more firmly. Secure them in our camp when it comes time to vote But you can also target if you have like a legislator who is so right wing that you don't think they're ever going to back. Medicare for all this is the way to publicly shamed them right and to start imposing political costs on them for making the wrong decision. So I think you can take You can apply this in all sorts of different targets And there's also been a lot of success recently getting candidates to pledge not to take PAC money for example. Obviously not all candidates have of of come up with this have agreed to this pledge but there's paralells of this tactic working in clean elections in anti fossil fuel movement and Clean Energy Movement And I think bringing this tactic to our woman is really going to strengthen us. Yeah I think the corporate pack pledge has been really useful for our movement. Because you know we've seen candidates who have taken the pledge return or refused donations from insurance and pharmaceutical companies but because it doesn't include individuals like you know the new patients over profit pledge does executives have been free to donate money as individuals to candidates. And that's a big issue too right because couple can actually give more than a Pat Ken so two people can give them more than a pack. They can give up to fifty six hundred dollars so marquis who is a co-sponsor of the Medicare for all bill. You know when you look up his campaign donations He has taken Donations actually Max out. Donations From health insurance executives and this pledge sort of encourages us as activists to take a closer look at the financing sources of our incumbent and our candidates. And say look this obviously violates the spirit of your co-sponsorship of Medicare for all a Bill. That would actually do away with these corporations. That are giving you money. You know in please stand with us and not the corporations. Yeah this is another clever way. That that Corporations impact elections sometimes with they won't have an official company. Pack that funnels money to a candidate. They'll like get all the executives in the company to bundle their money together essentially and send it to a certain candidate and then they're gonNA know who it's coming from but this pledge is designed to catch those people to But it is. It will not catch you. Know if some hapless low level employee of pharmaceutical company wants to support where? We're candidate they support. That's fine. We're not going after those contributions so Stephanie. If folks Who listening want to get involved with this campaign One help US pressure. They're elected to take this pledge. How do they do it? How they get involved in. What is it like? Would you have to do to to actually carry this out? Sure if you're listening to this right now you actually can participate in this campaign because every single district there is not been a single signer in Congress of this pledge yet so everybody everybody has somebody to work on totally brand new. So there's going to be a week of Action April six to the tenth Before that we'll be doing canvases to ask people to demand that their representative take this pledge and so we're going to be collecting signatures before that and then we're going to be gathering them together and we're going to have a drop off date sometime in April and both healthcare now and then you have resources to help you organize and recruit for this. You know if you want to. If you want to take the lead in organizing in your area you can do that. If you don't want to take the lead and you just WANNA show up to an event you can also do that so If you want to get involved just send us an email And we will help connect you to this

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I guess that's somewhere the neighborhood of fifty six hundred dollars in change also I guess I'm weather watch on TV I mean unless some up close and these aren't even like good tickets these are good seats these are like way up there like you could change light bulbs in the stadium lighting season in a system or whatever else for that kind of money and I know is sterling that's not the right thing to say I'm just telling you me personally even if I was spending ten McGee's money if I was spending bill Cunningham's money I still wouldn't take that cash check luck will you be like sterling here's ten grand go to Miami have a good time I'll be like you move I don't know I make those some money around the sports book I'm I put a little that money away I don't know but I know check consumer coming up in the get ready for the the kick off six thirty talking of forty Niners and she's my prediction cheese by six Mister Holmes gonna be out of control but that's why they play the game what to wait and see what happens I'll talk to you next week here where the rex play seven hundred W. O. W. Cincinnati traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati the corner has identified the man killed in the CVG accidents with the three o'clock report time Serra lease breaking now a Cincinnati workplace accident has killed a construction worker at Amazon CVG air hub the Boone County corners as forty six year old Lauren shoe make from Campbell county was an iron worker hired by Columbus steel a raptor an autopsy revealed the cause of death to be blunt force trauma Amazon released a statement saying quote our thoughts and prayers are with the family along with the contractors and construction teams during this difficult time now the latest traffic and weather together I'm not seeing any major accidents or delays at this time but if you do see anything.

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McConnell, Romney vie for influence over Trump's trial

The Young Turks

02:54 min | 2 years ago

McConnell, Romney vie for influence over Trump's trial

"Just yesterday. Yesterday we talked about how Pam Bondi one of Donald Trump's defense lawyers is corrupt herself and she goes out there on the Senate floor and goes after after the Biden's for corruption when she took twenty five thousand dollars from the trump foundation and is now representing trump but more importantly dropped the investigation instigation into trump university Luckily they didn't drop that investigation in New York and trump ended up having to pay twenty two million dollar settlement because he defrauded students But this is this is what we're dealing with right. So whenever the media pretends like both sides are equal. It's infuriating because you have one side. That is not family lying to the American people but helping cover up Donald Trump's criminal activity in the White House so let's move on to some real corruption when it comes to this impeachment process new reporting indicates that Donald Trump's lawyers have given thousands of of dollars to Mitch McConnell who is obviously overseeing the Senate impeachment trial now. It seems as though there might be a conflict of interest there but we live in a country where I heard this type of bribery is legal. And so you end up with senators who don't serve the best interests of the country. They will sell the country out in order to maintain their your cozy little relationship with their donors. So let me give you the details of what's going on former independent counsel Ken Starr and Robert Ray who both investigated former president. The Bill Clinton ahead of his impeachment contributed thousands of dollars to Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell last year before they joined the president's team so Star Star actually gave him twenty eight hundred dollars in July of last year and Ray gave him a fifty six hundred dollars in September of last year and and that's according to the Center for Responsive Politics which is trying to shed some light on what's going on some of the corrupt influences in the Senate impeachment trial in fact Senator Mitch McConnell was notoriously. Said this and he was very open and honest about it during a cable news appearance. Let's take a look everything I do during this yes I'm coordinating. With White House counsel there will be no difference between the president's position our position as to how to handle this. But we'll be working through through this process. Hopefully a fairly short period of time in total coordination with the White House counsel's office and the people who are representing the president in the Oil Senegal Exactly how we go forward. I'm going to coordinate with the president's lawyers so they won't be any difference between us on how to do this again. I'M GONNA take my cues from the from the presence lawyers. I'M GONNA take my cues from the president's lawyers because the president's lawyers have donated to my campaign and GotTa look out for their best insurance. Go Go ahead and sell the country out. It's this is this is this is our democracy.

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of the trade between the black helicopters and CNBC there's the right side of the trade right side the trade is brought to you by online trading academy Phoenix celebrating twenty two years is the world's most trusted name in professional trader education well the last segment we'll talk about it again as a recording this the markets at an all time high by time you hear this who knows where the market's going to be but we're talking about some fundamental questions about this market and the first one is when the markets at an all time high is that a good thing or a bad thing and first of all if you achieve your financial goals you now don't need to take market risk anymore where the market is and you sell out you take all your chips off the table then it's obviously a great thing but the difficulty is most people aren't in that position most people either haven't hit their financial goals or they're just kind of assuming the market's going to keep going up and so they're gonna keep kind of rolling the dice and try to get that next you know X. amount of return but as we talked about in the first segment in the last twenty two months even with markets at all time highs the market's only up about seven percent most people under perform the market if your mutual funds are probably under performing it relatively significantly but let's assume you make a market rate of return again this is almost two years to make seven percent but then if you pay capital gains taxes on your gains either now or if they're in a non taxable account when you take the money out and he was twenty percent there again if you had a hundred thousand dollars in just about two years you've made seven grant is that seven grand here to get you where you need to be okay you have a million dollars you've made seventy grand is that seventy grand gonna get you where you need to be then you get in your view pay the capital gains rate and you say okay well instead of making seven grand at me fifty six hundred dollars or instead of making seventy grand and made fifty six or fifty six thousand dollars and then I start thinking about inflation and now I'm looking at a rate of return maybe some more around four percent in a five wrist you know say a hundred thousand dollars to make four grand in and basically two years or five rest a million dollars to make forty grand in the same time frame am I really getting the rate of return that I need to achieve my goals and for most people again they're not where they need to be and think about how much you had to rest to get that for grant you had to risk a hundred thousand dollars basically every day in this market is that really a great rate of return name is the fallacy is one of many fallacies of buy and hold investing again if it's two thousand and nine and you buy in at the bottom and you wait for the market to go up and then you either have some risk management in place where you take your chips off the table then that makes all the sense in the world but the idea that you just buy blindly and you sell with every you randomly turn sixty five or seventy or your last kid gets out of college I don't know how anyone thinks that makes sense I mean either what is just an accident of birth as to what year you turn sixty five or seventy or whatever it is that you want to retire so if you think about it this way if you tried to retire in two thousand and seven and you basically got out of stocks and you went into just fixed income or whatever it is you're kinda live in one way right now if you did that wanted to do that in two thousand nine or two thousand and ten after the market took a really big hit took about a sixty percent he had the wife style is incredibly different and it is a function of under anywhere we are in the market and developing a plan to know what is most likely to happen next but also understanding we can never really know what's going to happen next so we need a variety of contingency plans and strategies so again the class that we're going to be teaching is alternatives to buy and hold strategies strategies for today's market would markets red bottoms there's a DC said a strategies buy stuff when markets are it tops it's a much tougher set of strategies you have to protect what you have so you don't give it all back in this holy people well I'm just playing with house money with all due respect no you're not okay you took a lot of risks to get those rates of return why would you continue just to let it roll and you just hope that all keeps working out when you've if again we've gotten to this all time high we need to lock in some of those profits and his ways of doing it besides just selling so these are the kinds of things were going to cover in class now again we get into the class at our Scott still campus are brand new Chandler campus we're also going to be doing a couple of these out in Peoria so no matter where you are in the valley this.

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Free she's all right thank you let's go to Scott in Iowa welcome to the show hi Scott hi George you get a great guest tonight I'm saliva or of course nine will be moved here and certainly got a biased but you may be able to download it for free the way he's going because it's gone well by his book when our give to the source right you got it he is that great that's what I'm gonna do Hey and I'm sure she will too would just talking about a year but I think it was a bunch of socialists that were you know thank god we or whoever whatever you believe we we avoided a revolution I think it's good but what I'm talking about is a suck it up buttercup law that state representative body Cochran here and I really started the one that deals with the is the loss of money on things like cry rooms in schools the highways you know what it's okay to protest but you shouldn't be impeding and taking money from other people for in force men and all of this other stuff and I didn't know if either one of you know about it and I'll take my answer which would be is it a good idea here austere and thanks to Tommy too thanks Scott I don't know shifting money like that does that work correct well you know let's see let's see how well it works with you they take money from from George nori and give it to people that didn't work for it where I come from that's called stealing okay but I guess some some people believe in it. it you know we argue in the book George when you take from one group of people to give to another group of people without them earning it. that's basically staff how long does it take that person that's receiving that benefit to finally realize Hey why do I need the middle man the federal government all just go directly to Cregger Georgian take what I want I know somewhere along the line I think we have an obligation to help people in need absolutely absolutely and and look there is a there is in were well I'm glad you said that George there in is where the problem is where the morality kicks in because if you truly need it you should be you should get it but if you don't need a nine oh two particular people in mind we we we we did some research on this that are getting to disability checks that total fifty six hundred dollars a month as a couple in Texas okay they're not injured they haven't been hurt and they're living there getting fifty six hundred dollars a month tax free Jordan how did they get this but they got on permanent disability one because so what are the disabled not at all they're just as healthy as that's fraud exactly and that's where the morality comes in so here people that don't deserve it and don't need it say well it's there so why not take it all I have to do is get in no from a doctor now you can say that you're just you're just mentally capable of working and get disability and that's why we have ten million people now taking permanent disability out of social security SSI and as a direct result for putting more stress on the system so when you have somebody that really got hurt that really needed the money okay they have a harder time getting it than some of the the crux in the cheats and that's why I talked about earlier we have so much fraud and abuse in Medicare Medicaid section eight housing I mean it goes right down the line and that's why yes is Donald Trump is to truly drain the swamp look everybody says well that's only a billion here a billion there is not that much money over time it's a lot of money George. but more importantly it brings immorality back to the society you don't steal you don't cheat you don't lie and that's why when I picked the title out P. two publishing said you're going to kill yourself with the title because you're talking about morality people are going to think you're you're you're preaching one bit of preaching in this book it's just about doing the right thing in government in business in your finances and when the world works that way were when we as Americans work that way where on fetal ball George with the best nation in the world hello. no doubt about that we're coming back with final questions with Greg Smith money morality on the machine next one of the perks.

Scott Iowa fifty six hundred dollars one bit
"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg businessweek Carol Nasser and this is public radio. well this is really good together this story as I teased is among a restaurant on the Bloomberg terminal today is about the billionaire fan of president trump and his environmentalists daughter and the impact that they are having on the city of Seattle so viele Xander's wealth team reporter at Bloomberg news she joins us right now in our nine sixty studio in San Francisco interesting read certainly caught my attention this morning Hey so if you talk to us about this father daughter team yes Sir thanks for having me all right so it's an interesting duo here we have Martin Seelig who's sort of a legend and the Seattle real estate scene and is thirty two year old daughter Jordan who seems to be poised to take over the reins and they have sort of differing views on certain things but they're both very passion about real estate that's for sure well let's talk about their views what's Jordan's few verses her dad's with Jordan didn't want to get to in to politics but when we asked she said that she is not in line with her father's views she doesn't support the president but beyond that she wasn't so comfortable talking about it but she is very passionate about environmental issues so she's a little bit more progressive on that stuff well and when you mean progressive meaning kind of thinking about the environment the impact the carbon footprint all that good stuff right yep that's right well it's interesting to and let's take a step back because it for those who might not be familiar with Martin we certainly talk about the billionaire hers and we have the Bloomberg billionaires index but tells of the visit his backstory sure so he actually fled **** Germany in nineteen forty with his family and it up in Seattle and never left and he built his real estate empire starting in the sixties building shopping centers and now his whole portfolio is worth about one point one billion dollars. yes so he's been really successful and he's done it in Seattle correct yep that's right alright so let's talk about you what's going on in the Seattle market right because there's been a real push back there's been a lot of development concerned about whether or not the infrastructure there is to support kind of the population boom and everything that's going on there so that's what impacting both of them yeah for sure they were very confident in the real estate market going on out there they said they're just trying to meet demand and more and more people are coming to Seattle day every day to live and work and they can't seem to build their buildings fast enough well and it's interesting so check the kind of what they're doing right now and it's and there's also a contrast right because talk about the building that Martin did what was it back and was it this early nineteen sixties and or or seven or no it was in the eighties right hello Columbia center I mean that was a huge building yeah seventy six stories tall that's probably what Martin is best known for in Seattle it's the tallest building in the city and if you look at the Seattle skyline it's hard to mess it's a giant black box right it's hard to miss kind of the contrast with Jordan who is leading the development you do you talk about your story I think it's called four hundred Westlake and it's a green building right it's quite a contrast what tells a lot about four hundred west like yep funder Westlake's gonna be fifteen stories and it's going to be the greenest office building of its size in the world when it's completed they have a one million dollars worth of solar panels going both on the building and off site to make sure that the building generates more energy than it consumes well it's interesting you know you spend sometime I'm assuming with these two individuals total but about the dynamics and and you know it does sound like Jordan is really trying to push her dad to become you know more green in terms of his development yeah it's funny to watch them they're both very passionate about the projects during the. interview in their offices they both stood up at one point to to go in depth on a building that they had posters up of and in Jordan and definitely seems to be leaked leading a lot of the new developments that they have and so there is sort of a shift in what they're building and what kinds of projects they're taking on this some more residential stuff it seems to be a push from Jordan there's definitely more green stuff like with four hundred west like the green building and then there's a thirty six story tower that house we work in school living off shoot we live and there's just so much more that they're doing well as you mentioned Martin is is certainly supporter of president trump not shy about it I think he the quote your store he's the best guy around it he donated fifty six hundred dollars and able to trump's twenty twenty or reelection campaign as well as fifty thousand to the trunk victory joint fundraising committing you said Jordan has made political donations to both and said she doesn't support term it's an interesting read and I bet they have some fascinating conversations dad and daughter no doubt about that so be thank you Sophia Alexander she's wealthy reporter Bloomberg news in a Bloomberg nine sixty studio in San Francisco so coming up I mentioned my co host he's had quite a busy day in around Bloomberg headquarters today and that included sitting down with the CEO of delta airlines so we'll get a snippet of that conversation in just a moment another edition of Bloomberg business week and business week talk so here from that in just a moment in the meantime let's get a check of all the national news headlines let's all head on over to give up Carol on a day he ordered new sanctions on Iran president trump spoke to reporters at the airport in Los Angeles between campaign stops in southern California and even as he cracks down on the Islamic Republic for the weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia's main oil facilities trump indicated he's not opposed to trying to pull Missy at the United Nations General Assembly next week. in New York I've always felt the United Nations is very important I think it's got tremendous potential I don't think it's ever lived up to the potential. but I would certainly not want to keep people out they want to come. spoke.

Carol Nasser Seattle Xander reporter Bloomberg president fifty six hundred dollars one billion dollars one million dollars thirty two year
"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of course now I hope the moves here and certainly gonna buy is booked for you guys you may be able to download it for free the way he's going to go ahead Scott well by his book when our give to the source right you got it these are great that's what I'm gonna do Hey and I'm sure she will too would just talking about a year but I think it was a bunch of socialists that were you know thank god we or whatever whatever you believe we we avoided a revolution I think it's good but what I'm talking about is a suck it up buttercup law that state representative body Cochran here and I was started in one day deals with is the loss of money on things like cry rooms in schools the highways you know what it's okay to protest but you shouldn't be impeding and taking money from other people for in force men and all of this other stuff and I didn't know if either one of you know about it and I'll take my answer which would be is it a good idea here austere and thanks to Tommy too thanks Scott I don't know shifting money like that does that work Greg well you know let's see and let's see how well it works with you they take money from from George Norian give it to people that didn't work for it where I come from that's called stealing okay but I guess some some people believe in it. it you know we argue in the book George when you take from one group of people to give to another group of people without them earning it. that's basically staff how long does it take that person that's receiving that benefit to finally realize Hey why do I need the middle man the federal government all just go directly to Cregger Georgian take what I want I know somewhere along the line I think we have an obligation to help people in need absolutely absolutely and and look there is a there is in were well I'm glad you said that George there in is where the problem is where the morality kicks in because if you truly need it you should be you should get it but if you don't need and I know two particular people in mind we we we we did some research on this the beginning to disability checks that total fifty six hundred dollars a month it's a couple in Texas okay they're not injured they haven't been hurt and they're living there getting fifty six hundred dollars a month tax free Jordan how did they get this but they got on permanent disability one because so what are the disabled not at all they're just as healthy as in that's fraud exactly and that's where the morality comes in so here people that don't deserve it and don't need it say well it's there so why not take it all I have to do is get in no from a doctor now you can say that you do you're just mentally capable of working and get disability and that's why we have ten million people now taking permanent disability out of social security SSI and as a direct result for putting more stress on the system so when you have somebody that really got hurt that really needed the money okay they have a harder time getting it than some of the the crux in the cheats and that's why I talked about earlier we have so much fraud and abuse in Medicare Medicaid section eight housing I mean it goes right down the line and that's why yes is Donald Trump is to truly drain the swamp look everybody says well that's only a billion here a billion there is not that much money over time it's a lot of money George. but more importantly it brings immorality back to the society you don't steal you don't cheat you don't lie and that's why when I picked the title out P. two publishing said you're going to kill yourself with the title because you're talking about morality people are going to think you're you're you're preaching one bit of preaching in this book it's just about doing the right thing in government in business in your finances and when the world works that way were when we as Americans work that way we're on fetal ball George with the best nation in the world hello. no doubt about that we're coming back with final questions with Greg Smith money morality on the machine next one of the perks.

Scott fifty six hundred dollars one bit one day
"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"Here and certainly gonna buy is booked for you guys you may be able to download it for free the way he's going to go ahead Scott well by his book when I get to the source right you got it he is that great that's what I'm gonna do Hey and I'm sure she will too would just talking about a year but I think it was a bunch of socialists that what you know thank god we or whoever whatever you believe we we avoided a revolution I think it's great but what I'm talking about is a suck it up buttercup law that state representative body Cochran here and I was started the one that deals with the is the loss of money on things like cry rooms in schools the highways you know what it's okay to protest but you shouldn't be impeding and taking money from other people for an Forsman and all of this other stuff and I didn't know if either one of you know about it and I'll take my answer which would be is it a good idea here austere and thanks to Tommy to. thanks Scott I don't know shifting money like that does that work correct well you know let's see let's see how well it works with you they take money from from George nori and give it to people that didn't work for it where I come from that's called stealing okay but I guess some some people believe in it it you know we argue in the book George when you take from one group of people to give to another group of people without them earning it. that's basically staff how long does it take that person that's receiving that benefit to finally realize Hey why do I need the middle man the federal government all just go directly to Cregger Georgian take what I want I know some more along the line I think we have an obligation to help people in need all absolutely absolutely and and look there is that there is an were well I'm glad you said that George there in is where the problem is where the morality kicks in because if you truly need it you should be you should get it but if you don't need and I know two particular people in mind we we we we did some research on this that are getting to disability checks that total fifty six hundred dollars a month it's a couple in Texas okay they're not injured they haven't been hurt and they're living there getting fifty six hundred dollars a month tax free Georgia how did they get this they got on permanent disability one because so what are the disabled not at all they're just as healthy as that's fraud exactly and that's where the morality comes in so here people that don't deserve it and don't need it say well it's there so why not take it all I have to do is get in no from a doctor now you can say that you're just you're just mentally capable working get disability and that's why we have ten million people now taking permanent disability out of social security SSI and as a direct result for putting more stress on the system so when you have somebody that really got hurt that really needs the money okay they have a harder time getting it than some of the the crux of the cheats and that's why I talked about earlier we have so much fraud and abuse and Medicare Medicaid section eight housing I mean it goes right down the line and that's why if is Donald Trump is to truly drain the swamp look everybody says well that's only a billion here a billion there is not that much money over time it's a lot of money George. but more importantly it brings immorality back to the society you don't steal you don't cheat you don't lie and that's why when I picked the title out key to publishing said you're going to kill yourself with the title because you're talking about morality people are going to think you're you're you're preaching one bit of preaching in this book it's just about doing the right thing in government in business in your finances and when the world works that way were when we as Americans works that way where on beatable George with the best nation in the world hello. no doubt about that we're coming back with final questions with Greg Smith money morality on the machine next one of.

Scott fifty six hundred dollars one bit
"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah that's the way it by graphic yeah that they're having trouble with her words mark I like that song they do wonders about the nickel back out was it a bad ending but she also had lines does yeah that affects people in different ways she went undiagnosed for a really long time kind of like the gal from Beverly hills house waves and I still that senator your voice on the to do that again our memories plant early days very so that yes I'm just gonna say yes I remember you don't remember maybe listen to it I don't wanna hear again yeah how will fail read her first husband having to ask people to help pay your medical bills what the hell they can insurance is run out or something she said cancers for years she was diagnosed with lung cancer in twenty oh nine I know but don't you know you can't do you have a through the union for said don't they offer well as long as you keep paying your dues hasn't were I don't know I'm just guessing I just found this to be quite shocking I don't you don't know when you have cried then the only radiation fifty six hundred dollars it's rota for crying out loud people I wonder if it's really her I wonder if this is a scam I don't think so you don't this did this we did this come from like people magazine source yeah I just think it was kind of shocking makes me feel bad makes me feel bad I feel bad for anybody it makes me feel bad for everybody and that's why I feel like I can never quit working yeah how are you gonna pay for it when you get what if something chronic chronic happens and suddenly all the money dries up as follows well I mean because this will happen to be both happening to her yeah yeah cash to it that's why they should just to Medicare for everybody or whatever you call it the they already have that for everybody for although I mean they're already do it get to a certain extent with government in names well it can be Medicare Sir was like thirty they already do it without all the retired military people was something called tree at thank you they've got it down I mean I'm just saying that they could there's money to do it it's just figuring out what you're not gonna you know what I mean it's not really yeah no I get it the government is already doing it they already have or they have a big number for veterans yeah.

senator Beverly hills people magazine fifty six hundred dollars
"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

12:21 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

"A month so that's fifty six senators about why you bought this building because you're an investor like me you know how to find someone with the problem now so somebody they die divorced whatever or they just hate real estate they don't like dealing with tenants so you pick up this eight plex on a deal four hundred thousand dollars okay so are payments twenty eight hundred dollars a month were making fifty six hundred dollars a month k eighteen hundred dollars in profits were doing much about something goes wrong let's say you have one of those bad tenant situations you have one unit that's just empty 'cause it's empty you know sometimes that happens now they're kind of issue get rid of those other six units are still paying for the place that's forty eight hundred dollars a month you're only at twenty eight hundred dollars a month plus you know sat in taxes insurance it's still profitable even if three units go it's still making a little bit profit for units go out it's paying for itself so it's a thing of numbers so i like looking at you know ten twenty fifty hundred unit apartment complexes because of that stuff my single family homes horrible investments one thing goes wrong how long does it take me to recoup that big apartment complex hey you know something got flooded we lost a ten units gonna take some time that's okay everything's still paying for it so it's still cash flowing were still building equity life is good so what kind of empty rate they say like you know if you have my biggest fear that you're a hunter units vacancy yeah what what kind of rate is expected industry average if you will so usually when running deal we try and do be by people the group's i hang out with himself so we try and do ten percent from may nets ten percent vacancy rates and a ten percent property management rate again you're investing freedom time building wealth if you're waking up at three in the morning to go plunger toilet from a phone call you know that's not worth it so we throw property management in there so you look at about ten percent so now you figure that out do the math i'm not gonna try to do the math on eight plex oh no ten percent as but no okay so roughly ten percent you're gonna expect all right now there'll be more though you take care of yours stuff just like with commercial so most my units on my property management auto but we go in with somebody moves out if it's a older class been beat up whatever suddenly got on a deal we remodeled up make it nice but people in their family has been set put the property management company where we've worked out with warranty company on all of our stuff so something breaks down we get it fixed right away we take care of it right away they need a fresh fix it replacing now window broke don't fix it replacing their fault okay fear wait a charge him are false cool let's take care of it right away you do those things it's easier to keep a play spilled because people know crummy landlords they're everywhere they've already left through crummy landlord so now they're living at the landlord like wait i called in their here on the same day and took care of the problem and you're oh yeah so yeah you so like i like that idea to 'cause you actually said look i'm gonna upgrade this crappy inside make better and now you might be charging thirty percent premium on this one apartment compared the necker island and they want these people finally leave eventually you'll have a nice place yeah maybe you redo the outside a little bit better so they match is inside you look at area you're at because obviously you can't buy a c class area building and do eight class stuff in it because ed class people aren't gonna leave on that side of town so you do have to pay attention that that doesn't mean it can't be a c plus class building or even a b minus building you know do it up that nice so everybody in that area towns like oh i wanna living that one because you know it's still reasonably priced gets in my area of town it's near my friends family whatever but it's the nice one it's the wind that shows landlords taking care of and we'll see those you can definitely find right is it is not marvel cabinet but it's it's a nice linoleum on top or something whatever you guys use yeah have you ever taken a piece on apartment and said look i'm gonna make it nice and classy were gonna added jim would remove one of their apartments and make it like a gym so that isn't admitted ear like a business office you know two bedroom apartment if you had eight you turn one into a gym and the business thing for people i dunno as profitable is necessary you're so that would be eight class thing now if you bought a two hundred units like it in class area and there let's say there there was a storage room or something you know you turn something like that and i would never turn in apartment into that maybe i mean you know if it's a class area and you're doing a portion of it like let's say it's in florida somewhere near the beach got you honored that you're renting out a hundred and fifty elements fifty of 'em you turn turn in the air bnb you know then maybe i'd look at something like that now a okay but otherwise now because other people don't do it unless it's like super high end you know like a tall scraper something then yeah you're gonna wanna fitness for and maybe it's office for things like that but now here's right yeah people you go to the park and workout yeah okay i mean i've been in apartment complexes before they have one right and sometimes you just like why did you even waste their money because i mean they could put it on their flyer now but you look at it and you're like well ram really in a budget crisis all user jim but other than that like i'm going down the street if the marketing tool and i've been in places like that growing up that were in c plus b minus neighborhoods that had i mean you could tell it's a marketing tool and equipment is not that great generally have all that stuff in there i mean the person's gonna go out working there is that you know fifty eight year old man who's out of shape but wants to feel like he's doing something no yeah so yeah i wouldn't waste time on things like that i have added washers and dryers cleanup took place in now where it's like okay there's not a washer and dryer ability in any apartments mind a little spot for in a common area now it gives them something now they're not having to drive anywhere an over gonna make a couple of nichols so i lived in a place like that it was it was my first time experiencing the whole boiler system an downstairs stairs is the only place where you could watch close like there was no option in your place like unless you really like put some pipes in you know you had it would have been so rigged up you'd have been embarrassed have anybody over right just with the convenience so you know when i was looking at that place i was like talking about real estate agents like this is ridiculous i'm a grown man i don't go to the basement in like watch close for a dollar would you just do the math for a second he's like what is the washer and dryer cost okay how often do you watch lows what is it called do that he goes right topping idiot like all right right right right bathroom saving the point is like i'm a grown man i don't wanna go the basement right especially when creepy basement then you now who's rifling through you're stuff in yeah you're not staying there for an hour and a hot on air conditioned area like now go back to my up my condo wait around and come back right away stolen what a dick ridiculous 'em okay were looking for a big complex what's the normal rate but you have to put down because then eight plex were talking through four hundred thousand maybe that's a pretty big chunk of money but what's up with zero down why not how's that even possible is every tooth out on four things negotiable so so i'm different than a probably i'm not a realtor again you know i don't play by the rules i do things differently i'm a real estate investor so i don't use my own money for any deal again here's the building were intended exists apple pay these people on this building for a long time they had inherited k as you oughta commercial building depending on how you dear taxes most likely you'd appreciate it so you'd appreciate it over the years that you're able to offer you ever sell the building uncle sam wants that money back now there's different tax things you could do and stuff you know like do a ten thirty one exchange throwing their money back and do different property but if you don't that set up when you sell you're gonna have to pay huge chuck back in on a three million dollar building that's gonna be some things up that's a hefty penny the pay back i find people again who are in trouble were struggling have issues like that hey these guys enjoy the cash flow the building they didn't like the maintenance of the building and the calls and the dealing with tenants things like that so they want and what you pay somebody to do that a lot of people don't a lot of people it's only ten percent it's worth ten percent loss a lot of people believe if you want some downright you do it yourself and because of that mom and pop businesses never grow you see it all the time right yes lasts as long as the old man's around it when he dies goes under it's gone you know brian plunge in the toilet yup 'cause they they they didn't build a system a process like mcdonald's you know where ray kroc was like i'm not doing it myself i'm hiring people and they can't do it they're fired him iron the next guy so so you find people with problems like that okay so these people have this property they want the cash flow still they don't wanna do that okay let's workout in owner find that steel you'd be the bank account man i'll handle all this stuff you don't wanna handle all treated us by known cause it is gonna be my on and i'm gonna write you that you know seventeen fifteen thirteen thousand dollar check every single month okay well i do want some money down let's say they want somebody down okay well what i do as being an investor i don't like is my own money i know doctor justin no doctors and with a lot of money and stuff you know whatever other business people with a lot of money all want a better retirement you want some cash flow but they don't have the time to do it you guys were busy hey got this building wanna bring in on you know give you a great return or maybe even make your partner on we need a hundred grand put down okay she even a hunter grand per gallon we workout whatever deal we do i give these guys a hundred grand and then we take the building get it running going do that for a couple of years so like this building here i bought for one point four did some stuff to it got the rats raised up filled up samantha b you know what we got an appraisal at three point two million okay okay while we just crossed over a million dollars on the property where gonna refinance it out by them out take that money go invest in some other properties that much money i never had automatically go somewhere else so that's how you start building wealth and everything but that's how you can do it no cash out of your pocket partner with other people on there are deals though where we've done it without any money at all not even using other people's money so like how i told you had three house is thrown at me recently single families i try and stay away from all to longer family friends i've known forever just down on their luck bad things have happened okay will take care of the property you know make sure it doesn't go into foreclosure are you don't lose or anything like that the one we did it on her find that steel other we did a thing called the subject to in every mortgaged there's a code and they're called subject to you go to a lawyer they fill out the paperwork boom it's in your name you take over the londono not go the bank anything like that some there's a lot of strategies a lot of great strategies if you're willing to you know look for people have problems and help them solve the problem where you can get into something now the normal way the way where taught in life in school things like that because you know we're taught to be i'm gonna get political here but we talked to be you know basically service to the one percent so not doing things the way the one percent does but doing it normal people yeah you're gonna find a place the.

ten percent twenty eight hundred dollars one percent seventeen fifteen thirteen tho four hundred thousand dollars forty eight hundred dollars fifty six hundred dollars eighteen hundred dollars three million dollar fifty eight year million dollars thirty percent
"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Eight dollar and ninety nine cents day rental vehicle. So just call make an appointment and reserve your rental, and we take care of the rest. All right. Let's go back to those phone lines got Brian calling in from winter haven. Welcome to the show. Brian. What's your question for Larry Perry? Good afternoon. A seven expedition with the five four notorious for their camp phasers. The it's about two hundred thousand miles, and there's someone else has been in the front end of this engine before I bought it. The rattling has returned picking up a little bit and washing a lot of YouTube videos. I guess my question is, is they sell block off kit to, to lock the phasers in the place, should I do that. That's the cheapest way or do I need to replace the phasers oil pump, all together? For more volume their oil palm. What Brian are you hearing rattling or anything like any noise in the front of the motor, always? Unless the PM's are pushing that will. And I know the phasers are controlled by the pressure, correct. Correct. Correct. Well, what may have happened is, there's actually these big old springs that are actually inside those phasers that makes them return. And, you know, usually what happens if they start making noise the spring inside of them broke? So, you know, as, as opposed to just blocking the, the thing off, it's really not gonna it's not gonna help you get rid of noise, or something rattling around, you know, so that I wouldn't even attempt or wouldn't even bother with how long have you had this expedition? I've had it for about fifty thousand miles, and yeah, I was told it was just done right before I bought it. And you know, listen when Brian I you know, I it probably did have it done. But the problem that you run into is most of the people that do the timing chain systems on these. They don't know what they're doing that. That's the biggest problem you run into when, when you do the chains Nagai's and the tension. There's and you always wanna hang on new set of phasers, especially on a five four. The other thing, too is a lot of people don't know, this, but there's two different types of tension IRS that you can use on that engine and on that timing chain design, one of them is a, a spring loaded check ball that basically supposed to retain tension on the timing chain through the tension. And those things just don't work that they that they're Motors gonna rattle and bang and make all kinds of noise. Every time you start today on. Things you have to go with the older style ratchet type of system. It's actually got a ratchet as a chain. Where's stretches? It actually comes out and keeps a chain tight. And it's not just Ford's folks, I mean, Nissans with four Motors all those if you don't go back with a ratchet type tension or you're going to have problems at you pay somebody, you know, couple of grand to fix the thing. And you don't want that. But if the technician is working on it if he's not capable of doing anything, but taking the parts off put whatever he's given back on there. You're going to leave with a problem and fifty thousand mile on a lousy chain job done surprise me at all Brian, but, you know, listen, if the thing is burning a bunch of oil, and you've got decent oil pressure with it, you know, the things probably capable of giving another hundred and twenty five hundred and fifty thousand mile so, you know, making the investment into it as long as it's a decent clean vehicle. I mean shoot you may as well. I mean you can't do the other scenario to you know, I mean you can. The price of the five four three. Vows have has came down considerably from what they used to be. They used to be over fifty five fifty six hundred dollars for those Motors. But now, the long blocks have came down in price considerably, there more around. Well, they're closer to around three thirty two hundred dollar area. But then you got your labor, you know, to put in there, she's still looking over five grand a report, but you want to if you want to keep the vehicle, you wanna take both of those into account should you put in our motor in it. You don't get a hundred thousand mile. Jasper engine and put in it and be done with it or go ahead and update the timing chain system and the new phasers and everything else by the time you're done with that. See you're up to probably around twenty five twenty six hundred dollars just to do the chains and all new Cam phasers and, and tension hers. And you know, there's just a lot to it and it's very time consuming, but you, you need to price it out both ways and see what you're comfortable with, you know, new engine or either, you know, go ahead and take care of what you got. But even if you're if you're Motors, not if you're not consuming oil, and the rest of the motor, you know, you don't hear any lower in knocking or anything like that is perfectly worthwhile. Go ahead and update the chain system. Let us know if we can help you all right? Let's move right along here. We got open lines though, at eight four, four to two zero zero nine six five, maybe one of the shortest wait times. You'll have you call in right now at eight four four to two zero zero nine six five. We're gonna move along call and talk with Don calling in from frost proof. Welcome on the show. Don. What's your question for Larry Perry? Larry of. Give them a nineteen seventy four Mercedes four fifty FCL car, pro the core. Had been stored. For thirteen years. Had it passed away. And he didn't do anything to store goals. He didn't realize he was going to die. I guess so anyway, got the car. I'm taking a few. It's got a, a solar aluminum engine in it. With traffic fuel injection? No, it doesn't have it does not have electron fuel injection. Oh, that's got us that has what's is referred to as a c. I s system, which is, it's kind of it's, it's actually a mechanical type of fuel injection system. Okay. Okay. Then when he put the car in the garage, it was running fine. Up started a Scott the tight of just about out above a new stranger and he'll filter that goes outside the paying next to the fuel pump mounted externally. The question is I was figuring putting cooperator cleaner into the fuel on the return line into supply line. And letting it soak in clean that out clean the tank out good do of who would see injectors at that point, does that injector pump need to be pulled and cleaned and rebuilt or what would be your thoughts in salts on my analysis done. Listen, I hate to be the bearer of bad news. But somebody needs to tell you the truth. And, and hopefully you understand this, you're into one great big mess, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart and this is not going to be at to hear that motor run again. You're going to be replaced in the fuel pump. You're gonna you're gonna wind up replace in the fuel distributor, you're gonna wind up replace in the coal start valve, all these things are rubber diaphragm, and just by setting just because of their age, let alone fuel setting an all this time injectors there plug solid. You could put all the fuel pumps, you want to on that car, and I'll tell you what I doubt very seriously that you hear that engine come back and breathe life back into it. You, you, you literally are, and this is the other scenario. There is so. Few people that work on continuous injection systems anymore. Even the people that specializes in Mercedes don't want nothing to do with them because they really didn't grow up in that air, you know. And so they want to work on the newer electric fuel injectors stuff as opposed to the old continuous injection systems because they can be a bear in. They can be extremely challenging, and in your case I'm gonna tell you, you're going to be buying a few parts to ever hear that thing run again if you're not if you're not one hundred percent. If you don't know that car that, that fuel system. Don, I'm telling you, you are gonna wind up pulling your hair out. It. It's just I mean, if there was any vehicle that I would caution anybody about working on herself without any prior education or, you know, schooling that is one that I, I, I will just tell you point blank, you better go into this, you know, you can go and clean the fuel tank out hanging fuel pump on it. And you can crank it over all you want to burn two starters up on it just to make yourself. Feel good about it. You know, if you have to put it if you clean the tank put a fuel pump honor that just something else that mechanic's not going to have to do as long as it works when you're done. But, but the rest of this stuff, I'm telling you, warmup regulator. It's going to date a fuel distributor, I mean, we're talking, we get a little pricey here with this stuff, too. So, but, but just when these things set for a long period of time delorean's use the same. Exact type of fuel system we get those things in all the time where they have set for twelve or fifteen years and to be honest, we Don literally had to replace every part on the fuel system. It is just there, there is just compacted. It can't be claimed you may as well just throw it away, you know. And like I said, in the problem is there is so few people even people that specialize in Mercedes unless they're sixty or seventy years old, and that's all they've ever done all their life. They these guys don't know what they're doing with these CIs systems. They, they just don't. It it, it's something that's completely Greek to him. It's ancient history, you know, so, but on something like that replace your pop get you smooth gas in it. But it's, it's not wanna start it's not going to start a distributor shot just from age alone. Not counting that the fuel is set in there that long, but, you know, make sure what you do, do you do. Right. If there's any hoses in question, make sure your replace them with the proper eight. Let's see that would be six millimeter fuel allies. But they gotta be high pressure. But, you know, these are things that you're going to run into all those fuel on's back, there around that pump need to be replaced. It's just I, I, I see these all the time and I just know what you're getting yourself into their challenging for me. Let alone for a novice. It doesn't do it every day for eleven. So if you got questions along the way, you're more than welcome to Email me. Magic mechanic dot com and Donna hold your hand as much as I can. But I'm just telling you, you're, you're facing a mountain of big mountain to climb new. Well, good luck done. And I mean we appreciate your calling.

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:05 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Yeah, I have the landlord tenant situation. I'm living in. Apartment building and their reports are big, okay? One apartment building. Section eight. Okay. You have a second. Okay. Section eight apartment. Okay. Yeah. Okay. And there are reports burglaries due to spring, latch law. Installed on the doors which enable a safe to use a plastic card to twist the spring to the side walk in into the apartment take what he wants we've already asked the management to install walks which prevent the use of the plastic card and camp approval, the, the manager has compromised with some doors permitted latch shields, but they are so fooled with in a tempted burger question. So the management of not allowing you deadbolt locks there or will not provide them. Yes, deadbolt locks. So they're saying no. Right. What's your question? So what should we do insist on it, let them know and no one certain terms that they that you're gonna hold them liable? You have there. They are allowed because of the burglaries a pattern that has happened. They now have a duty to reasonably secure the front doors. And what I would do. Here's the bottom line also is push comes to shove. I would I would just do it myself and just put him in. I mean, how much is it deadbolt cost to put in? Well, we need permission. Well, here's the problem. You tell them we're not going to give you permission. A we don't you're not going to give us permission. And it doesn't matter if you do don't because here it is. So if they don't give you permission to do it. Think about this. You have told them that there are burglaries, and they know it. You'll have said that these doors are very easy to break into all you need is a credit card. And then you say and you won't let us put in a deadbolt you're going to be held responsible, and I would also call the section eight folks, the people that run section eight housing and explain to them. The problem. Yes. Yeah. I mean, that's, that's totally unreasonable doesn't make any sense. I can't imagine an owner of a building. They keep in mind these apartment buildings buildings are owned by people. How does an owner say? No. Nope. Not only we not gonna put a dead bolt, and we're not going to allow you, and we don't care if they're broken into man. You think you, you go to court on that one with the judge? Going to say. David. Hey David, welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. I'm a business owner and property owner in city in the inland empire. City itself wants to set up a downtown association and apply. A hefty downtown tax to plant flowers and sweep streets, which they already do. Anyway. They are going to have a ballot. This ballot was put in or. Set out by third party? Asssociation around California. And of all the ballot is scared because there's only a checkmark area for, if you approve disapprove, so first of all the people won't even send a balance back because there's no way to vote against it. Now, the other part of the problem is, is this. Owns thirty percent of the downtown area and they are going to that thirty percent of votes for this. Wait a minute. They're going away. This city is going to vote and sells who in the city or the city itself is that one vote is that two hundred votes. Is that three hundred votes? I, I don't quite understand thirty percent of the vote because they own thirty percent of based on the land, and are they? Oh, it's interesting. Kansas City, even vote got it. All right. That is an interesting situation. Also, the way the ballot is, in fact, configured is kind of interesting 'cause if you can't vote against dead. I then the ballot is invalid on its face because it's a question of majority, fifty one percent of the people have to vote. No in order to defeat it or fifty one percent. Yes. And if there is no way to vote. No. All they need is one vote positive. And it's over my point. Exactly. Okay. So what's your question? Well, first of all is the ballot legal. Okay. Second of all chemistry, actually vote, I would guess. No, I guess. No, but either it's either one or both that are completely illegal. So someone's gotta go into court and just invalidate the whole thing, and ask a judge to say, no, thank you. And so I don't know where you get the money to do that. I would start calling organizations out there and you get to just do some research, as far as the law is concerned. I don't how can you put a ballot up? Yes or no pallid. And there's no place to say. No. I don't quite understand how that works. How, hey Al. I'm the head on law. Yes. The question medical insurance. Yes. A primary insurance that a medical procedure a while back and. Medicare and my crime area sharing thirty union medical Bill about forty four thousand dollars. Yeah. And, and I. They keep sending me letters that I need to pay it myself hospital dust, right? Forty four forty four thousand dollars to write a check for nothing wrong with our health system in this country is they're never a problem. I never get a phone call and all about how crappy our health system is, and how insurance works. So I e first thing I would do is called hospital and say, I don't have the money to pay you. So that's not going to help. And so here's what's going on. I have insurance, they're not paying I have Medicare, they're not paying, and then if you have to you get a lawyer to work this out. I mean you have no choice. I mean this happens on a constant basis. And there are plenty of organizations out there. I don't even know if you need a lawyer per se, the organizations that deal with insurance companies because you're not alone. May tell you good chunk of America has problem, and it's it's tough. So start looking for the organism. Nations. And if you have to go to my website and see if that helps just ask if there's anybody out there who do you know of anybody, and generally, you get a pretty good information about where to go? Oh man. Don't you love it? Oh, by the way, the forty thousand dollar charge. You know that it's a hangnail because that's about what they charge for that procedure. I mean, just crazy crazy stuff. Debbie. Hi, Debbie him a question about married. Couple can navy. Witnesses credible witnesses. I mean 'cause they're married without the still the same thing as someone. That's unbiased, of course, they can be sure they can be witnesses to anything. The problem is, is someone's going to argue by now. Is it against each other? Are they defending each other? No. All right. It is a guest teacher. That's fine factor married has no problem. The only the only issue is are they did they see the same thing. Yes. They, then you put them both out that's fine. No problem with that. Sure. There's no conflict there. Absolutely not. Greg. You're welcome to handle on the law. Greg. Hi, bill. Real estate question for you. My wife and I sold a rental property last month, and I was aware that the state Tucker taxes up front now instead of waiting for a year. And I sent the final closing statement over to my CPA. So I knew what would know what to plan on for next year. Turns out they took out fifty six hundred dollars too much. And he said, I would get a refund next year. This equates to sign up with the wrong exemptions on your w. I think you're counting is wrong on that one. Because if there is an overpayment you have your choice you can credit to next year or you can ask for a refund right now, especially took out too much money. So I think it's just a claim that you make against the state. I mean I. The state for that you go to the website, their website and you pull out claim form. Do you have an accountant incidently? That is done your work. Is it your accountant that said this for many years? Yes. Oh, well. Man, you got me and your accountant, you're telling me, I can't even make a claim for the money they just automatically pay it back, Seattle everytime dealt with the IRS taxes, I would get three. Well, I don't get it. I don't get it. That doesn't make any sense to me. So I'd look it up. It's one of those things where the account and I think is just wrong. I mean I've had accountants. We're just dead wrong. I switched accountants last year. And because I thought I was paying too much from accountant. Of course, I went to an accountant that charge twice that much. But he's very, very good. Any charge us three times that much for all. I know. But a lot of mistakes were made and accounts do that. So you can check with another accountant. You can go onto the website state website. Places you can go. This is handle on the law. Happening to you. Night. One snores. And the other gadfly leap. It seems like there's no end to it. But now there is a quick and easy to use Aleutian on natural solution, snower, stop snort, stop was created and tested by a team of physicians.

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To handle on the law, more general legal advice. Hello, Eric, you're up. Yes, eight I have a landlord tenant situation. I'm living in SO -partment building, and their reports are burglaries. Okay. I of what apartment building. SO section age. Okay. You have a second. Okay. Section eight apartment. Okay. Yeah. Okay. And there are reports burglaries due to spring latch locks installed on the doors which enable a safe to use a plastic card to push the spring to the side walk in into the apartment take what he wants we've already asked the management to install deadbolt walks which prevent the use of the plastic card, and our camp approval, the, the manager has compromised with some doors permitted latch shields, but they are still fooled with in a tempted burglary question by me. So the management is not allowing you deadbolt locks there or will not provide them. Yes, deadbolt locks. So they're saying no. What's your question? So what should we do insist on it, let them know, no-one certain terms that they that you're gonna hold them liable? You had there. They are allowed because of the burglaries a pattern that has happened. They now have a duty to reasonably secure the front doors. And what I would do. And here's the bottom line also is push comes to shove. I would I would just do it myself and just put him in. I mean, how much is it deadbolt cost to put in? Well, we need permission. Well, here's the problem. You tell them we're not going to give you permission. We don't you're not going to give us permission. And it doesn't matter if you don't because here it is. So if they don't give you permission to do it. Think about this. You have told them that there are burglaries, and they know it have said that these doors are very easy to break into all you need is a credit card. And then you say and you won't let us put in a deadbolt you're going to be held responsible, and I would also call the section eight folks, the people that run section eight housing and explain to them. The problem. Yes. Yeah. I mean, that's, that's totally unreasonable doesn't make any sense. I can't imagine an owner of a building. I mean, they keep in mind these apartment buildings buildings are owned by people. How does an owner say no, no? Not only we not gonna put a deadbolt and we're not going to allow you, and we don't care if they're broken into man. You think you, you go to court on that one with the judge? Going to say. David. Hey David, welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. I'm a business owner and property owner in city in the inland empire. The city itself wants to set up a downtown association and apply. A hefty downtown taps to plant flowers and sweep streets, which they already do. Anyway. They are going to have a ballot of this ballot was put in set out by third party that does sociation around. I guess California. And first of all, the ballot is skewed because there's only a checkmark area for, if you approve got one if you move, so, first of all the people won't even send the balance back because there's no way to, to vote against it. Now, the other part of the problem is, is this. Owns thirty percent of the downtown area and they are going to that thirty percent of votes for this. Wait a minute. They're going to await. The city is going to vote and sells with who in the city or the city itself is that one vote is that two hundred votes is three hundred votes. I don't quite understand. It's going to be thirty percent of the vote because they own thirty percent of the spaced on the land, and are they? Oh, it's interesting. Kansas City, even vote got it. All right. That is an interesting situation. Also, the way the ballot is, in fact, configured is kind of interesting, if you can't vote against dead. I then the ballot is invalid on its face because it's a question of majority, fifty one percent of the people have to vote. No in order to defeat it or fifty one percent. Yes. And if there is no way to vote. No, all they need is one vote positive. And it's over my point. Exactly. Okay. So what's your question? Well, first of all is the ballot legal. Okay. Second of all, can the city actually vote plano, tax. I would guess. No, I guess. No. But either it's either one or both that are completely illegal. So someone's gotta go into court and just to invalidate the whole thing, and ask a judge to say, no, thank you. Okay. And so, I don't know where you're gonna get the money to do that. I would start calling organizations out there and you get to just do some research, as far as the law is concerned. I how can you put a ballot up a yes or no pallid? And there's no place to say. No. I don't quite understand how that works L. Hey, Al look, I'm to handle on law. Yes. The question of medical insurance. Yes. Primary insurance that a medical procedure does a while back and. And my crime area sharing third meeting places medical Bill about forty four thousand dollars. Yeah. And, and I. They keep sending me letters that I need to pay it myself hospital does right, forty four forty four thousand dollars supposed to write a check for nothing wrong with our health system in this country is there never a problem? I never get a phone call and all about how crappy our health system is, and how insurance works. So I e first thing I would do is called hospital and say, I don't have the money to pay you. So that's not going to help. And so here's what's going on. I have insurance, they're not paying I have Medicare. They're not paying, and then if you have to get a lawyer to work this out. I mean you have no choice. I mean this happens on a constant basis. And there are plenty of organizations out there. I don't even know if you need a lawyer per se, they'll we're going to say that deal with insurance companies because you're not alone. May tell you good chunk of America has problem. And it's guy it's tough. So start looking for the organism. Nations. And if you have to go to my website and see if that helps and just ask, if there's anybody out there who do you know of anybody, and generally, you get a pretty good information about where to go? Oh man. Don't you love it? Oh, by the way, the forty thousand dollar charge. You know that it's a hangnail because that's about what they charge for that procedure. I mean, just crazy crazy stuff. Debbie. Hi, Debbie asked him a question about married. Couple can they be witnesses credible witnesses. I mean 'cause they're married without the still the same thing as someone. That's unbiased. Yeah. Of course, they can be sure they can be witnesses to anything. The problem is, is someone's gonna argue bias against each other. Are they defending each other? No. All right. It is a, it's a guest teacher. That's fact factor married is no problem. The only the only issue is are they did. They see the same thing. Yes, they did. Okay. Then you put them both out that's fine. No problem with that. Sure. There's no conflict there. Absolutely not. Greg. You're welcome to handle on the law. Greg. Hi, bill. Excuse me. Real estate question for you. My wife and I sold a rental property last month, and I was aware that the state taxes up front now instead of waiting for year. And I sent the final closing statement over to my CPA. So I knew would know what to plan on for next year. Turns out they took a fifty six hundred dollars too much and he said, I would get a refund next year. This equates to sign up with the wrong exemptions on your w ten. I think you're counting is wrong on that one. Because if there is an overpayment, you have your choice you can credit to next year or you can ask for a refund right now, especially they took out too much money. So I think it's just a claim that you make against the state. I mean I. Stay for that you go to the website, their website and you pull out claim form. Do you have an accountant incidently? That is done your work. Is it your accountant said this for many years? Yes. Oh, well. Man, you got me and your account, you're telling me, I can't even make a claim for the money they just automatically pay it back. See, I don't get that every time, I'm with the IRS taxes, I would get three fun. Well, I don't get it. I don't get it. That doesn't make any sense to me. So I'd look it up. It's one of those things where the account, I think is just wrong. I mean I've had accountants. We're just dead wrong. I switched accountants last year. And because I thought I was paying too much my accounting, of course, I went to an accountant the charge twice that much. But he's very, very good. Any charges three times that much for all. I know. But a lot of mistakes were made and accounts do that. So you can check with another accountant. You can go onto the website state website. Places you can go. This is handle on the law..

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It is now again, we just hit fifty six hundred dollars. Can we get three hundred dollars in the next nine minutes? That would be stupid simple to do three hundred bucks that gives us six thousand dollars. Let's roll. I gotta read this paragraph. One more time just just for my own personal entertainment. I this. I read this before the break it made me dizzy, this is this is the the progressive mind. Speaking progressive mind, evidenced itself with Eric Holder. We told you earlier he wants he's literally calling for people to be trained. We have to be trained because we don't think. Right. If we're white. We don't think right seriously. So he's calling for betraying those in this. Homo. Nationalism hormone, Ashley, listen to explain the ways in which SIS gay and lesbian veterans of the Iraq war were celebrated as proof of American exceptionalism in contrast to racist slash orientalist discourse about Iraq combatants and other people in central Asia racialist outside the US understandings of whiteness what Megan. Making this up. Ever this? I this is the speech guide whether they're trying to set out things that people should think saying do, but this other going to communicate Amherst college, president biddy Martin O. If you're name's biddy. You gotta be you've got to be an adverse again, I if your name is Brantley, and he's one of the good guys, by the way Brantley or your name is biddy era shoe in Amherst can't go anywhere else. Who Clem she hadn't seen the document before? It was posted insent said in a statement, the guy takes a very problematic approach. Really? Thank you Betty. Thank you. Now. There's more to this. But I choose not to get into it Lee. Walk down the edge. Well, thank you. Making my head spin to about white privilege and stuff. Got a doctor bills here. I've had after my prostate, cancer and treatment and stuff. Reeling from taking over a year. Now, just get over the radiation. Got bills lined up, and it's not covered. Macaire tempted to kick that wine mojos what so hurt he'd have done. Ship is bench to see where he was going..

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on WLAC

"Than I deserve? What's up? Hey, so on right now. The situation right now, we're kind of like I should have called you about seven months ago. So I'm in right now, my three hundred fifty seven thousand dollars twenty nine years. Got married a year ago. And most of that comes from a house that'd be purchased a months ago. The house was about three hundred twenty six thousand and right now is eating up like fifty five percent of our take home pay. And I noticed that number should be down to twenty five percent. Wondering we bind them pretty good neighborhood. Where did we're expecting some increases in property value and things like that? Matter you can't survive like this. Now when you say take home pay to you mean after you're putting money in a 4._0._1._K or just take on pay after taxes. Take home pay, you know, take home pay after taxes anthropoid, Monica 4._0._1._K. Yeah. That's not the number. The number is not counting 4._0._1._K not counting insurance or anything else. Just after tax income. And so how much of this? How much would this number change? If we didn't count your 4._0._1._K. If for so monthly that number will change, so bowel. Fifty six hundred dollars a month combined her on a monthly take-home pay. Okay. Meaning the fifty five percent of your take on pay at that point would be more. Like forty percent of your take on. Yeah. I'm guessing I don't know the number on the house payment. But. Twenty one hundred dollars. Okay. And if you did not put money in your 4._0._1._K, what would your take home pay? Two different incomes. So that's a little bit difficult. So I'm using my Uber. Income much are like fourteen hundred dollars a month. Uber and put fulltime job. Like, I have a salary for eighty eighty thousand foot take home..

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Happening from our KTAR news department. Peterson more is with us right now. Peter I'm gonna let you set this up. I think you have it there. Right. Bruce. We KTAR just acted as as the facilitator amongst KTAR listeners. So we got a phone call a couple of weeks ago from a man named Joseph Montague, and he tells us his story his wife is a federal employee, and so she was out now to paychecks. Got it one of the one of these people affected by the government shutdown. Exactly. And he wants to work full time. But he can't. We've been struggling since August twenty fourteen heart attack a stroke, while working feel physically fine and healthy. But because my heart condition could pretty much go anytime. So the doctors say, basically the longer you work, the more you work, the less you have on hers. Heart attack stroke. Good night. Yeah. Both of them in the same time. He was he was an air conditioner installer. Fifty six hundred dollars a month. He was doing everything right doing his job. And then again everything changed five years ago because he just simply couldn't work anymore. And so now knowing his wife becomes the breadwinner in the household, and she's not even winning bread anymore because of the federal shutdown works at a local federally owned hospital. And so we have this situation. We tell the story of we were looking for in Peter you went out looking for who are the people actually affected by a government shutdown. We we hear about eight hundred thousand here and this on the other, but we can put a face. Yes. Who the shutdown, and that's what you were doing Peter. That's exactly right. So Joseph willingly told me his story, and he showed all the suffering that's going on. So he was down to not being able to make rent for February on his home in ten p. He had already taken the pictures in the mirrors off the walls, pack them up. He was looking to sell what? Ever. He could to make ends meet and he builds furniture for a living. He goes around. He goes around to these construction sites collecting their scrap wood or there would for packaging, and he showed this off to us and just to say that you know, he is trying to make ends meet make a small living by collecting from furniture sites. Any show this not just to me? But to Frank we'll tell you about Frank right now. But Frank is looked at all this when he came over to the house, and he just had to he was just in all of it. One of the things that impressed me was you were were willing to do that to go out and do anything you can to help your family. That says a lot of value says a lot about your own courage and your own values, and that you're standing up to be the center of your family, so Frank no last name wants to remain. Anonymous is the is the angel in this story? Frank comes in and says, you're the type of person I want to help because you're you're trying to help yourself. Exactly. Right. And so he. A week after we ran the first story with Joseph Montague Frank called the KTAR newsroom. Also. So both men had called and Frank says, I want to help this man, I could tell by your story that he's doing the best. He can. And unfortunately, it's just not enough. I wanna help I want to pay for February's rent for him and marches rent free month's worth of rent. And the the interesting thing is both of these men live in timpee. They're practically neighbors, right? They live about five minutes apart on different streets. But still Frank says I want to I want to be able to help and it just so happens. So when I when I saw these men on the twenty fifth, which is just last Friday, the end of the shut down was announced, or at least the freeze of the shut down was announced because we don't know what's gonna happen February fifteenth, and Frank said, Nope, I still want to help Joseph because I know he's catching up on bills is going to be catching up on lows. Now, we have the aftermath of the shutdown said the exact same thing to me. And so Frank looked around. He got to see the tour of the home gets the woodshop. And then Franken Joseph hug Frank then headed over a rent check for February and March. And of course, there were tears shed. Really love changes your feedback humanity there there's people who are compassion to care about the people live around. Yeah. I there's so many amazing parts of the story. But the idea that they're basically neighbors. Yeah. And how your circumstance can be so fundamentally different because of something like this stupid government shutdown and how it disproportionately affects some people others aren't affected in any way, shape or form restoring faith in humanity in your own backyard. We have that entire story up. Yes. Including pictures, some of the audio you just heard at KTAR dot com and video as well. A behind the scenes making of the video and just such a powerful moment for me to be there to witness all this really, I was just a witness facilitator at fast, but this was their story. This was about just if this was about Frank just two of our KTAR listeners, helping each other out our.

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"fifty six hundred dollars" Discussed on CarCast

"Heritage addition. So seventy seven miles for sixty I'm rounding around. Two hundred and eighty eight miles of the heritage addition goes for four ninety five and three thousand miles of the exact same cargoes for five thirty three. Yeah. That seems clear to me because of the lot numbers the first one everybody's in. They want to buy the car and the first one up there goes for the high dollar five thirty three because there's more guys in the room bidding one guys out because he bought it. And the other guys are getting nervous going, oh, the low mile ones are going to go for more money, but they've reduced the amount of bidders in the room. Yeah. You know, then the last guys like all right? I'm gonna buy it for the other guys already got. Yeah, you're right. Why isn't the guy who paid five thirty three for three thousand mile one? Why isn't he pissed because the guy paid for sixty two for the moment, seventy seven miles, right? It's the order that they're in right? All right. Let's see. There's a lot of a lot of interesting stuff. Mclaren Senna sold for one point four five seven million dollars. I want to say if you're on the list bless you. If you're on the list, they were like a million bucks. MS RPM a million bucks. So it's already gone up for him. Yeah. It's gone up a bit. I'm I like that a split window Resto mod sixty three vet one for three eighty five. I liked that the gone in sixty seconds Eleanor. I don't know if it's the one it's one of the ones from the movie traded five I like as a guy the re-creations at we're going for like one fifty. Yeah. Is a guy who is. Is a guy who's messing around with taking z car or taking a nine eleven and kinda Resto modding it, although I wouldn't use the word Resto mod in a weird way for the Z or the nine eleven, but yeah. Doing building the Sima car doing a bunch of cool stuff to it. And who is sorted staring down the barrel of putting in a hundred fifty grand into each vehicle. I like the notion that if it's if both cars are done really, well, and you pick the right materials, the right colors and the right, whatever. Yeah. That there's potentially three hundred or three hundred fifty grand worth of automobile when the dust settles on the buck fifty or buck seventy five you just poured into it. Yeah. And that was a big thing, they the the customs the Haraz the rest of Mods, whatever you wanna call them. The well done once were really starting to pull some money. You know, Dave kindred cars, pulling quarter million bucks. Dave kinderg- sold like a twenty one or twenty three window boss for like two fifty. Yeah. A few f you to go a Mustang that he built years ago pulled over two hundred thousand bucks, and you know. You still get on that call and you're like, wow, the craftsmanship is still amazing. And, you know, even after now, we've got all the three D printing and more CNC and all that stuff, but pulling good money. You got the Paris Hilton elephant story. Yeah. So this is. This is whatever in two thousand twelve her boyfriend got her the Alexis Ella Fe, and then they broke up the next year. But her financial information leaked online that year, and it shows that she took over the payments after they broke up. So she ended up paying fifty six hundred dollars a month for sixty months for this car..

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