38 Burst results for "Fifty Thousand Dollars"

US Existing Home Sales Fall Again as Prices Continue to Soar

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

US Existing Home Sales Fall Again as Prices Continue to Soar

"Is the housing market cooling off sales of existing homes have dropped for a fourth straight month the number of previously occupied homes sold in may was down just under one percent from April and soaring prices and a limited supply of homes available discouraged many would be buyers however the national association of realtors says existing home sales were up almost forty five percent from last may that's when purchases fell to their lowest point of the Colbert nineteen outbreak also the M. A. R. system median price of a home exceeded three hundred fifty thousand dollars last month a record high my camp in Washington

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Fresh update on "fifty thousand dollars" discussed on Life Success

Life Success

00:43 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fifty thousand dollars" discussed on Life Success

"Having capitalized it because the way you guys capitalized. It is actually beneficial to many of our existing and potential clients. Yeah we'll in our boot camps. We always tell people you've got a pool of money somewhere. You may not know. What do i didn't think i had a pool of money right. So we've been doing ramsey so we didn't have a whole bunch of consumer dad's smaller things those kinds of things but we had our mortgage well as we started looking at things. We actually have equity in our home And so what. Mike help us do put together a plan where we could leverage. And i don't even remember mike suggested or we came up with. I don't recall brain but we leveraged home equity line of credit to get our first paul's we started four policies. One of myself when my wife and one each of my daughter's okay And that was really important for a couple of reasons one. My wife had previously had thyroid cancer and she was now cancer. Free have for ten years so we were for sure. Starting to policy on era we saw the power of use start a policy on sunday. Win their healthy never know me. She was young right. So you start a policy as soon as you have the opportunity to and we have other team members. It'll talk about that absolute. So we started four policies. We leverage the equity in our home and took a line of credit. And that's how we got. Our policy started Yeah okay so you you use. He locker home equity line of credit to capitalize your system. Tell the listeners. Sort of going from a nine month. Investigation to what kind of policies did you guys do. Well people who work with us soon soon find that we have no secrets right. We will show our policies our policy loans cash value. We have no problem with doing that. Because we're just full disclosure. So mike was not suggesting this bright way absolutely we. He was suggesting. I think maybe like a twenty thousand dollar annual premium policy for us. Well as. I learned through my investigation. That premiums are deposits into a system. That i own and control and so do i want my deposits to be larger small right secondly i know because of the power of compounding interest. The sooner i start and the bigger. I start the better right. so sean. And i actually leveraged the equity in your home and we started cumulative premiums for our four policies of fifty thousand dollars a year in life insurance premiums while which people here that they just freak out absolutely. Well i mean. I think anybody would have a reason for pause when they don't understand the in game or if they're thinking short term right which is one of nelson's principles and so you only really had your mortgage to eliminate at that point yet because part of that was we..

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NFL Loosening Many COVID Restrictions for Vaccinated Players

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

NFL Loosening Many COVID Restrictions for Vaccinated Players

"The NFL is loosening many coronavirus restrictions for players who are vaccinated the league and the NFL Players Association are encouraging players to get vaccinated a memo sent to team says for players to get their shots it's almost back to business as usual for the unvaccinated players must be tested daily wear a mask and practice social distancing they also won't be allowed to eat meals with teammates and cannot leave the team hotel or interact with people outside the team while traveling several players say they are worried about getting vaccinated the new protocols give them more incentive to get it players can be fined up to fifty thousand dollars for violating protocols I'm at Donahue

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Fresh update on "fifty thousand dollars" discussed on CarCast

CarCast

05:41 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fifty thousand dollars" discussed on CarCast

"Well done that are popping up at checks and what you're finding is the ones that are well done are getting recognized for the quality of the work and their stories. Not just one or two bill. There's any there's not one or two builders but also keep in mind that there is a business. there's a business model of many shops grabbing a car and going. Oh hey let's go out and let's pick up a let's pick up a used jen one bronco. Nothing special saving gennifer thirty thirty five forty grand. You know all stock and let's go ahead and rebuild it turn it into a modern day air conditioning in decent stereo. And give it. The you know refresh all the parts and stuff on it you know maybe get into it for about one hundred hundred and ten thousand dollars total see if you can flip it for one hundred and forty one hundred and fifty. At barrett jackson there are one vehicle for that company yet make it to the forefront and that's not a bad business model because there a lot of people that look at those broncos and i would like to get one. That's already kind of done now. There is a difference between the fifteen of those. I probably saw at barrett jackson. And the three or four. That are knocking the door of like icon bronco quality right. And then you see those types of builds really start to pull in the in the money. That's where this sixty three split window. Coupe comes in at three hundred ninety. Six thousand dollars. The i don't have it here in front of me specifically but i wanna say that ring brothers. Camaro the seventy or seventy two of the green one called grinch three hundred eighty five thousand dollars car pulled but when you look at that thing you get it like. It's a room brother's car. That are notable builder job on the thing. It's immaculate and you know it's a work well be blah. I want to say when when some of the i like ring. Brothers must thanks for hopping up at barrett jackson and getting two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Mike and jim ring were like that's that's insane. That's great money in the aftermarket for for them and now they're knocking on the door. Four hundred thousand dollars when you heard rumor about that brought about the blazer of years ago that i was looking at glazer. I've got a sixty nine that i want to replicate what they were doing by off the mic. Like a half million dollars to take off the floor at sea and they turn there. They turned it down probably because they already had a client that owned that car when they built it. They're not really in the business of building cars for themselves. They ask the client know. I kind of agree because you know from clients. He's been looking at this thing for a long time and waiting to get into. It can't wait to drive it really for the right about of money. Now truth is is is bring brothers had built a couple of those of those blazers already. That other clients. I like what you did there. Make me one. Maybe don't make the five hundred thousand one but but something along the lines of that. So let's see we've got a list of some of the Top ten cars at biggest selling cars. Henry ford the second. His his personally owned one point sixty six ford mustang convertible. It's an all stock gorgeous sixty six mustang convertible. I don't know what the market is on these cars. Fifty sixty grand. Maybe something like that i. It is a k code which is an original. Gt car that adds some value to it as well but being henry ford. The seconds car is pulled some money three hundred and thirty thousand dollars. That thing went in frank. Sinatra's nine thousand nine hundred seventy maserati ghibli three hundred and thirty thousand dollars as well. There was a a twenty eleven porsche. Nine eleven speed star. This is the modern day speedster with the windshield and stopped three hundred. Eighty five thousand dollars are and of course that the ring brothers grinch three hundred and eighty five thousand dollars split window. Corvette cost them the sixty three split window that we mentioned three hundred ninety six thousand dollars and then this is an interesting one. Speculating all over the fast and furious toyota supra first movie now twenty years old. This is the paul walker car the orange one with the crazy graphic on the side. Now this car. I believe also ended up in the second movie as a gold super wrapped and reused. But then when somebody got it they restored it back to the first movie. Five hundred and fifty thousand dollars all in such a hammer. Price of five hundred. You add your fi five hundred and fifty thousand dollars and we're trying to figure out. Is this a good bye. Bad by is that you know. Where does it fall. And i'm kind of neutral on it. I think it's i think it's fine. I think you spend. We're kind of getting into this world. Where it's it's a significant movie franchise and other than the charger. This is the iconic car that franchise as the movies got bigger and kind of the top throwing things out the back of airplanes and monster trucks and stuff. It's cool action and stuff but you don't recognize those vehicles as anything other than a stunt vehicle right so what i think. What the story. Yeah that's the thing is that's exactly it it started. The vehicles became more about the action and a little less about the co star right the iconic image of that car. And it's interesting because when we saw that first movie where like the toyota super orange. And it's got this wacky graphic on the side but now it's so recognizable it's worth five hundred now it's worth five hundred and fifty thousand right like that's a that's it you know so now we start to kind of understand a fast and furious five which is one of my favorite i believe is five is the one where they went to like south america and they robbed the bank and they're they're they're like dragging the the safe all over that's a fun one but nobody's going to care about seven flat black dodge chargers with a with a tubular bumper on it right like it no one's gonna those were stunned cars. There's no hero car. It was a cool scene. But yeah you don't get the same thing out of it so i kind of liked this car pulled this kind of money. I think it's It's a testament to the franchise to testament to toyota. Super is what they've been doing recently. Paul walker as well. It helps when when you're a super likable guy. And a car guy i would. I would argue that. A lot of the paul walker stuff over time. Even more time will become more vulnerable. Absolute.

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How do Income-Share Agreements Work?

Side Hustle School

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

How do Income-Share Agreements Work?

"So income share agreements. Let's break down. One of the first and most well known. Examples is lambeth school. Which is a programming school. I coating school. And you don't pay tuition until you're earning fifty thousand dollars a year the way it works. If you go to lambeth school dot com you can learn more you agree to pay seventeen percent of your post lamba school salary for twenty four months. But only after you're making fifty thousand dollars a year at least and they have a cap at thirty thousand dollars so basically you never pay more than thirty thousand dollars tuition and if you don't get hired and you never pay so isn't that pretty cool like they also have options to just pay tuition up front if you're able and that's what you prefer But to me the groundbreaking thing is this income share agreement because it's allowed a lot of people from poorer countries or from a disadvantaged background to really get a world class education and then a high paying job so there are a few other schools that are offering similar programs. I just did some brief research university of utah's doing it. Purdue university But in the world of entrepreneurship to focus our discussion here most iras are from startup. incubators one of the big ones that you may have heard of. It's called y combinator and their jail is first of all very selective so you can't just apply and get in like a lot of people who apply. Don't get in but if you are accepted there deal is they will invest one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in return for seven percent of your company. Okay and that would be great if you qualify. First of all i said and also if you need more than one hundred thousand dollars in start-up capital so there is a world in which that is the case for lots of different businesses but here on site us'll school ninety nine percents of stories that feature. You don't need anywhere near that much money. Our whole point is to do this frugal to do this on a budget. To use the resources you have instead of just trying to find somebody to invest money so the reason i essays exist which as i said overall i think they're awesome but the reason they exist is because of expensive tuition or start up costs for some businesses. You were attending college. That was affordable for your budget. Then you wouldn't need the and so two. Is it for the side. Hustle model like total startup costs five hundred dollars. Let's say which we've had hundreds of stories that fit in that category then. An essay wouldn't really be worth for either party like you don't need somebody to own. X. percentage of your company in exchange for that five hundred dollars. You should just find a way to get the five hundred dollars or less on your own so that you don't have to give up any equity in your company.

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Fresh update on "fifty thousand dollars" discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

00:47 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fifty thousand dollars" discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Morning. Everybody is tj envy angela. We are the breakfast club. good morning. yeah all right. well let's get to. These rumors are still bears. Wouldn't report on the breakfast club. Kenya bears is on the cover of the hollywood reporter and he's talking about exiting his net flicks deal. It was a one hundred million dollar deal that he left in january now. According to his interview he said the marriage was imperfect because he wasn't willing to be the broadly commercial producer the streamer wanted him to be a net. Wasn't interested in being the as you home that kenya wanted. he said. I wanna do in your face ish. He said that netflix's didn't let him create what was going to what he wanted. And they also bought up charlemagne who had told listeners of the breakfast club that black jeff with like white people. Doing a bad impression of black people Kenya barris it. Of course he did went charlemagne to like the show. But i guess his his He was more interested in what other people thought about the show other thought leaders right in addition to that he said. I just don't know that. My voice is netflix's voice. He says the stuff. I wanted to do as a little bit more edgy. A little bit more high brow a little more. Heady and i think netflix wants down the middle. They also try to get him to run a multi cam sitcom that they were developing according to sources it was jamie fox is desktop embarrassing. Me which is now cancelled but he refused to do that. So in addition to exiting this netflix deal and he has inked a new deal with viacom. Cbs he also is launching a music label with interscope records and also a podcasting deal with audible Spoke to kenya last night. He actually called me because a lot of times these publications take things out of context and how was going back and forth with each other over over nothing okay. Was there back and forth. What you mean. I mean you having a back and forth over. Oh no. I'm saying it could have been no if i read that article. If i read that article in and didn't talk to kenya. He'd probably come on here and say something you know and defensive myself would for what you know. I like kenya. We like each other. I right now. Tristan thompson has been granted. Fifty thousand dollars in a libel lawsuit involving paternity accuser. kimberly alexander. She was ordered to pay him that money. In general damages and a conditional default judgment that was issued on on tuesday. So thompson filed lawsuit against may of twenty twenty after. She claimed that he's the father of her five-year-old son and dna test results were. Realty is not the father. According to the judgment he originally had asked for one hundred thousand dollars in damages because of loss of reputation. Shame mortification and hurt feelings but He says that he had not received an endorsement deal. Since january of two thousand twenty but the judge found that with insufficient evidence that her accusations with the cost so instead they gave him fifty thousand dollars according to the court document. So she knows. I can tell you that i will get all my money. There'd be less red eye right now. Snoop he said he got high with pete davidson in an interview with a news nightly pop and he said that You know that. Pete davidson doesn't have the street. Cred that you might think that he had. Here's what he said..

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Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Christie's will auction Isaac Newton's notes for his greatest work next month Christie's has announced hand written notes containing Isaac Newton's jotted revisions to his master work the Principia will go up for auction July eighth in London Newton's mathematical principles of natural philosophy published in sixteen eighty seven set up the laws of gravitation and motion Christie's expects the revisions to sell for between eight hundred fifty thousand dollars and one point three million dollars the first edition of the book sold at auction for three point seven million dollars in twenty sixteen the page and a half of notes for a planned second edition includes comments and diagrams by Scottish mathematician and astronomer David Gregory hi Mike Crossey up

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Is Urban Meyer Taking a Gamble With Tebow?

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

01:04 min | Last month

Is Urban Meyer Taking a Gamble With Tebow?

"The biggest story in the nfl right now. is tim. Tebow and the jacksonville. Jaguars on friday afternoon. The jaguars sign boat to a one year. Nine hundred fifty thousand dollar minimum deal as a tight end. His jersey makes up the top five selling items on the nfl shop dot com store. Now figure that out and to me urban meyer's really running the risk of losing his locker room here because if you talk to people inside the league if you talk to executives and other coaches there's a lot of genuine skepticism over urban meyer becoming. Nfl head coach generally. And there's a sense that it's four more likely that he flames out and never wins a playoff game than it is that he winds up winning a super bowl when this experiment bringing in tim tebow not necessarily even as a quarterback you have trevor lawrence. They're bringing tim tebow into that locker room in two thousand and twenty one and having him sing for his supper is a tight end. There's a belief that meyer runs the chance inside the league of losing his locker room before this season even begins

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Wet Notes - 5-21-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:07 min | Last month

Wet Notes - 5-21-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock. Radio for friday may twenty one two thousand and twenty one first up. Today's news from the history of diving museum down in. I'll mirada florida about a month ago. On april twenty first to be precise. They opened up a new exhibit at the museum. This new exhibit is called diving in pop culture and it runs through december two thousand and twenty one the exhibit showcases. The underwater world portrayed in advertising entertainment and mainstream culture. The museum says that there is something for everyone. They have the regulator that was used in star wars. I think i read somewhere that a been an old decor that was used for darth vader's heavy breathing. They also have stuff from jaws men of honor and of course see hunt. Yes it's still alive. This is not a virtual So you'll have to get down to i'll miranda before december thirty first to catch diving in pop culture. Pick or it didn't happen. That's the tagline used by light. I'm sure to have my acolyte. Olympus t g six rig when i head down on a couple of days well i just saw that. They are running a contest for people to design their new pick or it didn't happen shirt. The design winner will get five hundred dollars worth who i like year. That's pretty nice. I hope you also get a teacher now. The contest opened on may first and runs until june sixth. So he's not a lot of time. The designs must be underwater photos or have underwater theme. And you must incorporate pick or it didn't happen into the design. No other words are allowed. You cannot use the ike light logo or any other copyrighted material the entry form on the lake blog so you have to search for light contest to find the link. I wasn't able to get to directly from their main websites. Who just do a little bit of searching there so fire up your creative juices and enter the pick or it didn't happen. T shirt design contest from michael. Light is reef. Well this is very interesting. Hope reef is an initiative that is being sponsored by shiba. The cat food brand hope reef is in sulawesi indonesia and they are planning to restore one hundred eighty five thousand square meters of reef spells out hope and apparently you can spot the letters on google earth. The purpose beyond restoration is to drive awareness and show how positive change can happen in our lifetime. Hope was unveiled on may fifth. Two thousand twenty one but it actually started two years ago is using something called restare technology that incorporates centimeter wide steel stars that the corals can attach to hope reef has its own youtube channel and you can check out the short one minute and thirty eight second video called the film that grows coral. It's called the film that grows coral because all advertising revenues from the film support the hope reef. Just go out there and search hope brief. Take a look diving with a purpose. That's exactly what a team of divers started last week. According to an associated press article. That i read this team of five to ten. Divers started a massive six month effort to clean up lake. Tahoe out in california. Their plan is to cover seventy two miles of shoreline and their goal is to conduct three dives each week to a depth of about twenty five feet. The team will be running this dive schedule from now through november. The operation is being sponsored by a nonprofit called. Clean up the lake. It was founded by a guy named colin west who is a diver and a filmmaker. The ultimate cost of this endeavor is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars on that i dive. They pulled two hundred pounds of trash from lake tahoe and tagged twenty larger items for subsequent removal. It's amazing that people still use our lakes rivers and oceans as garbage dumps. Good luck to this team for making a difference and diving with a purpose in case you missed it. Psi pci the gurus scoop scuba cylinder inspection. Recently posted a short article on died news wire. They needed to dispel a couple of rumors. Flying around out there about scuba tanks. One was about old luxury tanks. But that's not what i want to talk about here. Apparently there is a really bad rumor going around that beginning in two thousand and twenty one. Steel cylinders are exempt from ota cleaning requirements. What how did that one start. That is just unsafe and dangerous. Cg a or the compressed gas association states oh to cleaning is required for anything above twenty three point five percent over to please please please make sure you get your tanks properly serviced and cleaned for. Oh two as necessary thanked. Psi pci and finally. Here's some news from vermont. The remote business magazine recently reported there has been an appeal of the vermont agency of natural resources permit to sink the one hundred and fifty two foot ferry and the adirondack. as an artificial reef in lake champlain. The vermont national resource council via in the lake champlain committee. Lc has appealed to permit the vn rc's policy and water program director. John grove been. Doesn't think that this sinking is for the benefit of the people of vermont as it only serves a small group of divers. Laurie fisher the executive director of el-sisi stated that lake champlain is not a dumping ground. She feels the pcb's and other contaminates from the ferry will impact their drinking. Water she indicated that lake champlain. Already has one hundred racks and doesn't need the mvp honor adirondack on the bottom certainly an interesting perspective wondering how this will turn out.

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Bitcoin Plunges 30% to $30,000 at One Point in Wild Session

CNBC's Fast Money

02:06 min | Last month

Bitcoin Plunges 30% to $30,000 at One Point in Wild Session

"We start out. Today's crypto carnage. It was a gut check. Moments in the crypto currency market names. Bitcoin ether light coin. Even doj coin getting slammed. Today's thinking double digits shedding millions of dollars off the market caps and the selling was fast and furious. Bitcoin quickly plunging below thirty thousand dollars before bouncing. Well off that low. It is now down forty percent from its april. All time high so is today's crypto collapse. Just froth coming out of this trade much more pain. Had james mcdonald kickoff. We saw breakdown a bitcoin below the fifty thousand dollar level without a rebound studying the security or if we can call it a security this enthusiastic asset class. We've seen a dip in rip pattern every time. Bitcoins come down that they've come back and bought it We didn't see that at the may sixteenth breakdown below fifty thousand. That was a sign of things to come and then again on the sixteenth excuse me the twelfth and the sixteenth we saw a lack of buying support come in and that was kind of a clue that the sentiment had shifted and everybody knows what an asset swells to the level of did. It's gotta stop at some point. Think those were the clues looking for the next level. We think the twenty seven thousand level the next level carter braxton worth the current quarter start macro is on earlier this week saying you know. Drawdown of fifty five percent is garden variety when it comes to bitcoin nadine and i'm curious i mean a fifty five percent down his garden variety. We're pretty much still within that garden. Variety spectrum doesn't feel too good though now in fact we probably only have one or two clients who don't care about that kind of draw down and chew believers for the long haul in crypto versus almost all of our other clients who preferred us to trade it. And so just as we're talking about just now. We saw some breakdowns not just in bitcoin and below fifty thousand but also in the related stocks whether is gray scale or ms. You saw that breakdown. It was actually broke our short term trading range line. And that's when we knew we actually had to trim so it wasn't a surprise to us. Also this is happening.

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Why 98% of Businesses Never Break $1 Million in Sales

Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

01:58 min | Last month

Why 98% of Businesses Never Break $1 Million in Sales

"Yes. The first thing you want to look at right is the plan. I talked about that earlier right and get it out of your head. You know what you wanna do. It's in your head. It doesn't have to be perfect. It just has to get on paper because once you realize when it's on paper you can see 'em mitt charging when i need to charge. Seventy nine percent of small businesses are undercharging for their product and service. I know everyone that's listening right now. You know you need a pay raise because you pulled that pricing out of your hiney. Let's be clear we all pull it out of her honey. What is dennis charge. What a charge. What is bomb charge. When was jim charge. I'm gonna charge this basma. Nothing nothing to do with your pricing. So i go through a formula. 'cause even my business when i first started right i was undercharging. Five dollars right. Which doesn't sound like a lot of money but five dollars times three hundred customers. Right was fifteen hundred dollars a month. I was losing times twelve months. That was eighteen thousand dollars a year. I was losing and that was off a one service. So you you look at. You're losing money because you won't take the time to get clear on what it is. You're doing eighty eight percent of small businesses. Don't hit that hundred thousand dollars. We can go get jobs. One hundred grand. So i want to if you're going to do this and if you're going to sacrifice your time your money your retirement account hawk your home right. Get a home mortgage max out your credit cards. Let's do it right so it's looking at. Who is the ideal client back in the day as a hairdresser i was like where do i find my ideal qualified customer. So we all know our avatar and you put together but the missing piece that i see is you. Don't get clear on how much money they make. And how much disposable income. They have doesn't matter if i make one hundred grand if i'm spending two hundred gram it doesn't matter how much five hundred thousand dollars if you're spending five hundred fifty thousand dollars so do they have the ability to swipe that card and pay your prices and services. You'll grow your business quicker and faster if you get really clear. So i'm really clear who my avatar is

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NHL Fines Rangers $250K for Criticizing Head of Player Safety

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

NHL Fines Rangers $250K for Criticizing Head of Player Safety

"The Rangers have been fined two hundred fifty thousand dollars by the NHL for criticizing head of player safety George Parros the team commented after the league fine but did not suspend Washington's Tom Wilson for his role in a scrum that injured Rangers star Artemi Panarin on Monday also the league is handed Rangers forward Pavel **** named each a one game suspension for cross checking capitals forward Anthony Mantha in the second period of Wednesday's rematch which name which was one of two Rangers who were sucker punched by Wilson on Monday I'm Dave Ferrie

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How to Save for Your Retirement

Motley Fool Answers

01:51 min | 2 months ago

How to Save for Your Retirement

"Every once in a while you may read about or hear about including on this very podcast guidelines. What how much you should have saved for retirement at this point in your life and they're generally expressed as multiple of your household income. But of course is there's just general guidelines right and there are many variables that will determine how much you answer listener needed to be saving to retire. How and when you want so in this. What's up bro or web as we call behind the scenes. I'm going to highlight two of those variables. The age retire and your income. So let's talk about. Perhaps the best known guidelines they came from fidelity you could find them. Just do an online search for a report called. How much do i need to retire. And you'll find them but just so we review them very quickly here. According to fidelity thirty you should have one times your household income already. So if you make fifty thousand dollars you should fifty thousand dollars in your 401k's in iras age. Forty should have three times or household income six times at age fifty eight times at sixty and ten times at age sixty seven so the guidelines that you often read about or hear about from fidelity they assume you're going to retire at age sixty seven however that's higher than the average retirement age these days. These people are still retiring at sixty four sixty five. How much should have saved up before you retire. If you're retiring at age sixty five. According to fidelity it's twelve times your household income because retiring earlier that's too few years of contributing to your accounts and you're claiming social security earlier which results in a smaller benefit. That's a pretty big difference right. Eight retired a sixty five and he twelve times household income. But if you just wait two more years you only need ten times your household income. That shows the power of delaying retirement. Just a couple more years.

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Founder of Adobe and developer of PDFs dies at age 81

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Founder of Adobe and developer of PDFs dies at age 81

"The man who helped invent the pdf file as co founder of software company. Adobe has died software so widely used. you almost take it for granted. It's the portable document format better known as the pdf and sadly charles. Chuck geschke the man who helped to develop it and co founder of adobe is dead at age eighty one went onto invent pdf acrobat. Illustrator premiere pro and photoshop. But his wife. Nancy says geschke was also proud of his family in nineteen. Ninety-two guess she survived a kidnapping. When he was held for four days a suspect caught with six hundred. Fifty thousand dollars in ransom. Money eventually led police to the hideout where he was held captive and two two thousand nine. President obama awarded guests and adobe co founder. john warnock the national medal of technology

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Professional Poker Player Johnny Vibes on Getting in the Game

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Professional Poker Player Johnny Vibes on Getting in the Game

"I bring to you live cash game crusher and youtube phenom johnny vibes. Welcome to the show sir how you doing. I'm doing well nice to meet you and happy to be on nice to finally meet you as well and you know typically on this show we start at the same place and that place is where you know. Tell me the story of how you got involved with playing cards. Oh man so Is still so long ago. Now i've been in the game for about fourteen years Primarily playing for a living that entire time to you I just turned forty last week. Oh god is that a congratulations is not as i feel good. I felt fine with it. You know married. I'm happy with the place that i'm at live so it wasn't a somber birthday yet. i think the my path to poker was similar to a lot of people that are kind of in this time frame that like in the forties rain or thirty five to forty range. I was introduced from my brother who was like really kind of drawn. In by the moneymaker he started playing. Like in two thousand and four right after the that when it was always on. Espn he was like the right time frame. In his life he was eighteen. Nineteen years old playing in his friends baseman. And things like that. I had I had gotten a two year degree and In computer science. I was writing software for a company in indiana and we were living together and every day he would come home and he would hop on. I would come home. And he was on the computer. Just clicking buttons on party boker and pokerstars stars all these things in my mind. I'm like bro. you're just like what are you doing. You know like. I gave you the path i went to college. I have a job now. I'm making fifty thousand dollars a year in indiana. You could be doing this if you just quit. Throwing your life away on poker and It was a little bit of a back and forth on the older brother at. I'm supposed to be guiding him but slowly by slowly. I kept realizing that he was angry for life significantly through poker so i i started to open up my mind a little bit around and kind of watching him and he was like mentoring me without even knowing it

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Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition

Native America Calling

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition

"A federal jury has convicted. The former chairwoman of montana nonprofit of false claims wire fraud and theft from a receiving federal funding yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more meredith. Mcconnell is the most recent former staff member and leader within the montana native women's coalition to be convicted of misusing federal grant funds to benefit herself and others. The coalition's former executive director cheryl lawrence and ex board member barbara day chief pleaded guilty to stealing funding from the coalition earlier. This year the montana native women's coalition seeks to support native american victims of sexual and domestic abuse the montana. Us attorneys office argued that over a four month period in two thousand seventeen. Mcconnell is responsible for the mishandling of more than ten percent of the nonprofits grant funds. Mcconnell pleaded not guilty to all charges claiming her signature was forged on a number of incriminating documents following the federal jury's conviction mcconnell faces a maximum of twenty years in prison a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine and three years of supervised release. She has not yet been sentenced for national aid of news reporting for montana. I'm caitlyn

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How Magic: The Gathering Plays for Keeps

Planet Money

02:04 min | 3 months ago

How Magic: The Gathering Plays for Keeps

"This episode which we originally put up back in two thousand fifteen is all about how the company behind the popular trading card game magic the gathering figured out a way to keep its game from becoming a fat after the show. We have an update about a new way. That they're trying to keep their business bubble free all fads start out the same way with this feeling inside that you just gotta have something that everyone else already has for zach hill in fifth grade. That thing was a tiny plush animal filled with idi beans. The beanie baby was named garcia. It was tied. I'd teddy bear hickory. Ridge mall in memphis tennessee. I think i was trying to impress a girl. Or something. And i bought garcia for like seven bucks with some allowance. Money didn't know that he was at the beginning of a beanie baby bubble because bubbles always seem harmless at the first stage. Just a simple fat. Then someone figures out they can make money by reselling. That thing i ran into my friend. True and drew really wanted. Garcia was swept up in the craze. Like i was. He's i i want that. I want that i want that and i'm like dude. I you know they go to the store so it goes to the store and they weren't selling it and he just telling his mama betty wants it and she says like hey like will you sell me that and i was like yeah like fifteen bucks and she said yeah and i just realized i made like profit on. This sounds like this. You'd probably not be the last time that i do. This was staged two of the bubble. No matter how much you pay there is some chump like drew's mom out there willing to pay more. And so little zach hill fifth. Grader went into business buying up stuffed animals on the internet. Tabasco the bull the pterodactyl and unloading them on desperate schoolmates on parents. He says even did a big business with teachers. Zach was a full-on speculator. I made a lot of money as a fifth grader. Selling beanie babies on ebay we. Did you like forty fifty thousand dollars.

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Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold

The Breakdown with NLW

05:54 min | 3 months ago

Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold

"There was an absolute flurry of content and commentary yesterday around the place of bitcoin. Stable coins defy and the digital asset industry as a whole vis-a-vis. Us government regulation as well as how a digital dollar might shake that all up before we get into it. Let's at the terms of the debate. One of the competitors for this cycles top fudd is the government will ban it if it gets sufficiently threatening now to be clear banning depending on your sister could mean anything from an outright ban of use in holding too forceful seizure too limiting access to on and off ramps to the more benign from a commercial standpoint but no less threatening from a privacy standpoint integration of the full crypto infrastructure into the am l. kyc. Money surveillance apparatus. I've spent some time on this show looking into global versions where this fudd seems to be playing out in particular. We've been watching the evolving situation in india and nigeria india which seems gearing up for a bill that would have some sort of outright ban although at least one finance minister says that that's not the case and nigeria. Where the central bank of nigeria. I reiterated that banks should not be working with crypto users which they've then subsequently rolled back just a little bit either way however really what everyone has been focused on is the us particularly in the context of a new administration. The last administration had friends and foes alike when it came to bitcoin and crypto trump. Famously tweeted that he did not like bitcoin or crypto. But we didn't really take that seriously as a threat because it was so clearly about zuckerberg and libra mnuchin was a much bigger enemy. Probably wrote that text for trump's tweet even and clearly wanted to tighten the reins in his final act. He was trying to require exchanges to collect more information. When users transferred crypto to their own wallets on the flip side however there was brian brooks who was absolutely revolutionary at the office of the comptroller of the currency. The changes he oversaw are a huge reason. Why so many big institutions are now playing in this space. Why so many big traditional banks feel like they have to race to catch up to allow people to offer their customers crypto services however as we know from physics every action has a reaction and to some extent one reason why observers are so keenly watching the biden administration is to see how much they're going to respond or try to walk back with brooks in the occ changed on top of that. As the biden administration has come to power the price and volume around bitcoin stable coins and the rest of the digital asset industries have made them much more on ignore -able last time joe biden was in office. Bitcoin is about four hundred and thirty bucks. Now it's been over fifty thousand dollars for sixteen days in a row tether was barely out of diapers now. It has a market supply above forty billion in his doing upwards of one hundred billion dollars in volume per day combined with us dc. And you've got over. Fifty billion dollars of usd approximates there so lot more is at stake with that. People have been watching. Two things has come in and what they're saying on the who has come inside. Janet yellen is back for another round although this time is treasury secretary rather than as he chair gary genzer to is back. Although this time is as he c- chair. Instead of cftc chair of these two there is much more optimism around gessler who has done a pretty fair bit of work to understand where the crypto industry is coming from even teaching a course at mit about bitcoin and blockchain. And of course we have someone who still around in the form. Of jay powell. The federal reserve chairman. His ex factor. And all these discussions is the potential of a central bank digital currency a digital dollar. That could potentially shift the us's relationship with these projects now in terms of what we've seen these actors say so far over the last few months up until now it's been pretty standard fare one part. There's a lot of exciting potential here. One part we have to protect investors though and one part but it's also used by criminals over the last couple of days however we've gotten both comments and news that could shift as into our next phase of understanding what the us is relationship with. Bitcoin stable coins and other digital assets is going to look going forward. So let's talk about powell speaking about cdc's and cryptos at a bank for international settlements panel yesterday. Let's talk about the announcement of digital dollar prototypes coming this summer. And let's talk about new draft fat. If guidelines around cryptocurrencies. I up powell. Did a session yesterday with leaders from the bank for international settlements including augustine carstens. We talked about last week. He was asked about crypto currencies. And whether he saw them as a threat. And here's what he said. We call them crypto assets. You know. they're they're highly volatile. See bitcoin and therefore not real useful as a store of value in there not backed by anything. They're more of an asset for speculation. So they're also not particularly in use as a means of payment. It's more speculative asset. That's it's essentially a substitute for gold rather than for the dollar. And i think with crypto acids the the the public needs to understand the risks. The principle thing is there's the volatility there's also the outsized energy requirements requirement for for mining. And the fact that they're not backed by anything so let's break out these three reasons that he wasn't particularly impressed by cryptos. I this idea of volatility or that. It's just an asset for speculation. Basically he's dismissing bitcoin and any other crypto as something that he does not have to stress about or really factor into his consideration around global monetary competition while many. Bitcoin is grabbed onto the essentially a substitute for gold piece as a great tweet and knocked to the gold bugs. Who they're trying to convert or at least undermined powell was saying this more. Like a giant shooing away. A fly gold is to him clearly. Irrelevant an unimportant antiquated part of the fiat system that he sits at the helm of in that way a substitute for that thing does not present a threat

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Sales of new homes plunged 18.2% in February

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Sales of new homes plunged 18.2% in February

"February was a bad month for new home sales sales of new homes plunged eighteen point two percent in February as severe winter weather in many parts of the country and a lack of supply took a toll on the housing industry the commerce department says sales of single family homes dropped to the slower sales pace since may of last year the median price of a new home sold last month was just under three hundred and fifty thousand dollars that's up from just over five percent from last year severe winter storms also had an impact on the sale of existing homes they declined six and a half percent last month I'm Shelley Adler

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Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

Optimal Finance Daily

04:55 min | 3 months ago

Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

"I think the main reason people seem amazed at the idea of retiring at age. Thirty forty or even fifty is the lack of real information on early retirement. In general if you type retirement calculator into a search engine these days and enter some stats about yourself. You will find some very strange assumptions. That are guiding you to think you need an absolute load of money to retire for example. I was once working through such a guide in a magazine from northern. Trust a bank that caters to the wealthy. It went something like this. Consider your goals for retirement. What life events do you need to be prepared for. The following table lists average cost children's and grandchildren's university education. A hundred thousand dollars per child children's and grandchildren's weddings twenty five thousand dollars. Assisted care facilities a hundred thousand dollars per year. Medical costs funeral arrangements. Twenty five thousand dollars trust funds for loved ones esteem and legacy planning and charitable foundations. 'wow looks like you're well into the millions before you even get to buy yourself some groceries. Another retirement calculator on cnn. Dot com has various parts to fill out dropdown boxes pre filled with hand values like retiring at age sixty five and needing seventy percent of your maximum pre retirement income constantly for the rest of your life. The drop down box with seventy percent in it did not even offer a value lower than forty percent. This percentage of income concept is one of the most anti mustache ones out there if you make two hundred thousand dollars per year just before retiring this experience. Corrupt you so much that you need a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year for the rest of your life or is it possible to maintain the same luxury standards of a person who has a merely comfortable income like forty thousand dollars per year. This goes back to the ideas of the get what you need posting. I made recently and that is why not go for maximum happiness rather than maximum consumption. I propose that maximum happiness is achieved at a spending level where you live in a comfortable space. Eat healthy foods and get to do lots of active and stimulating things with friends. That doesn't have to cost a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year or even fifty thousand dollars per year for most of us the other assumption they push on people is a very low rate of savings they assume you will less than the annual limit on 401k contributions. And don't say much about what to do if you save more than that which the high income person mentioned a few paragraphs ago could certainly do so these banks and mutual fund companies will continue to tell you that you need millions of dollars to retire because it benefits them for you to invest your money with them. Luckily it's a harmless bit of tom foolery since the saving benefits you as well but the disservice they do is in scaring people out of dreaming to save faster or to think about much shorter time horizons like tenures instead of just plain old age. Sixty five so. I'll give you a quick retirement calculator of my own adult couple with no kids or whose children are. Grown can live very comfortably on forty thousand dollars per year and retirement. My own family lives very comfortably with one child on somewhere. In the twenty seven thousand dollar range you can shoot higher or lower depending on what level of luxury water pursue twenty. Two eighty thousand dollars is a good absolute maximum sane range. But if you don't want to calculate everything out just go for forty thousand dollars and figure out how to make your savings produce that for you for a single person. It might be difficult to slice in half because you lose some benefits from sharing a house in car but you can come close to quick early retirement budgets number one in early retiree couple lives on thirty thousand dollars per year. Earning five thousand of that combined in part time luxurious post retirement careers. The remaining twenty five thousand dollars per year is generated by their savings. Six hundred and twenty five thousand dollars of total savings are required to generate this amount of passive income using the four percent rule number two an early retirees single person leaves on twenty five thousand dollars. Earning ten thousand dollars on his or her many career. Fifteen thousand dollars per year is required from savings which calls for a nest egg of about three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. I'm working on some much more detailed and exciting sample budgets using real numbers for my own spending experiences before and after retirement

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Space Tourism Is Here—Would You Want To Be On Board?

Travel Genius

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Space Tourism Is Here—Would You Want To Be On Board?

"Galactic announced that it'll be sending its first customers space next year after so many years of hyping this up and it's going to cost what two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per ticket. I must admit. I think people who already gone and just not talked about it. It's been going on silo. This has been the never ending story literally but okay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per ticket a quarter of a million dollars. You don't get a hotel suite. You gotta spacesuit and it's this was kind of the story of a few months ago it's being designed by under armor it's got all of these different considerations built into it. You got a whole lot of training the ultimate bragging rights as soon as you book your ticket. Of course we have no idea. Who's going but rumored astronauts and waiting include. Theoretically angelina jolie. Tom hanks and yes victoria. Principal aka pam from the original series of dallas. How is she one of the first passengers. Good for her good for her is right. Those dallas residuals must be pretty pretty good. Who would have thought well. These people currently have pretty good company in real life travelers. Like you and i according to the app trip scout which is a really good travel community by the way. It's a fun one. They've pulled several thousand members to see what people think about going to space. And it's a mixed bag but there is surprisingly positive feedback. So what what did they say. Because i'm i'm really on the fence. I know i don't have the desire brazenly eighty four percent of the polls travelers at least registered an interest in visiting space. All right but there was a caveat. They said they don't wanna be pioneers. They don't wanna be on the first wife. Eighty two percent of travelers said. They would only go once they felt. It was safe enough and meaning once virgin. Galactic hit a thousand flights that was their critical thresholds. Twenty nine thousand nine. Who knows right. Twenty three percent. Were okay with at once. Richard branson himself went up and came back safely. Which was you know a different threshold for safety. I don't know what do you think mark. I'm totally with the eighty. Two percents. yeah i do. This is one of those moments where. I don't want to be an early adopter now. I'm very happy not to be the center. I stream space but also to stay alive.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You can select one of these options. But just as the acquistion pepper, can you tell us about credit card? Whether you're looking for Trish nations. Yeah. AP arms creepy benefits. Rady pity Christian. Each needs. What's really creepy about it? It talks with its hands. Like a person would or like a Bank teller or somebody whose job it was. I don't like it. I'm looking at it now to give you like a spiel on credit cards or help you out with Bank transactions or like I'm doing right now as doing the segment, it just moves its hands around talks at the little creepy. Look at and it's kinda short. These things cost much fifty thousand dollars. They say one important note, pepper does not speak Spanish yet. Okay. Why is it being put in Miami? But it can dance the rookie. Miami, the Bank could speak to less than half. The customers. Robot not going to happen. I if you're had, I know Sean, you have a neighbor with a dog and Sabrina used to have a neighbor that would stop all over the top floor trying to sleep. That's right. Stop the are Joe's partisans of step crew. I'm not completely your own. Oshii was crazy. Shawn's dogs Shawn's neighbor dog seems fierce is really a lot smaller than you all bark. No bite. Well this person in palm bay has a neighborhood sort of there's a thing in the neighborhood. That is a lot of bite. And there's a lot of concern over. This African is be hive Oguz, which I think are the bad ones. Right. The killer bees over the past several months of neighbors in palm bay community have been dodging bees from giant beehive on the site of a nearby home close. It's like getting close to the size of the hood of a car, Linda burns is concerned because of. Attached to her neighbors house. I'm across the street from where this is happening, but I'm starting to get more and more. Bee's, neighbors say to hive has been on the house since August and the homeowner is so afraid of being stung, using mowing the back, your his backyard is over growing with means there's probably more insects insects..

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Not to exceed fifty thousand dollars. So at one hundred grand of account balance you can borrow fifty at two hundred grand you can borrow fifty five hundred grand borrow fifty. Now, you must repay the loan. And it must be repaid over a maximum of five years with at least quarterly instalments, but most companies are going to take the money out of your check every single month. And if you default. You get tagged with a big income tax Bill and penalties. If you're under fifty nine and a half. Now, usually while people are still working the companies taking the loan payments out of their check and everything's fine. But if the company goes into downsize mode, are you find another job or you quit? You get fired. You get laid off all of a sudden you find yourself with a big problem. And that is you'll have sixty days. And that's it. If you can't get that money put back in to the plan. Well, then say a sixty day period of time. And payback that loan you're going to have an ordinary income tax. It. Now, I've been criticized by many inside and outside the financial services industry because I have been a strong proponent of using 4._0._1._K loans to lower your other high interest rate debt. Sixteen eighteen twenty two percent credit card. Or maybe an automobile loan. That's that's killing you financially. Speaking. But you always must be prepared in the event. You lose your job. How you're gonna pay that thing back. Now, there.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Fifty thousand dollars. Word the word freedom from. If you live and work in city county in Denver like, I do I actually play Denver city income tax. And it's not even worth me trying to spend my time to get back at the end of the year. I forget what it is. I might pay one hundred and forty bucks or something and income tax in Denver. And I never tried to get it back because it's not worth the time and the effort my time's worth more than one hundred forty bucks an hour. And then probably take me two hours even using turbotax to fill out the forms to get the money back. I'll check this year and see if that's still true. So I've contributed to this free shuttle service if you've ever shopped in the city and county Denver, and you've paid a sales tax which you have. You're paying for this. It is not free. Why do we always say something is free when it is never free? Somebody has to pay the freight for this. And I don't know who I'm more upset with the the media that keeps touting this as a free service. Ford Motor Company that is actually taking two hundred fifty thousand dollars taxpayer money and using this to provide a free service because you know, Ford's not doing it for nothing. So there's gotta be a profit motive somewhere for Ford for the subsidiary afford to make some sort of money. Unless of course, I would guess I could argue that chariot might be a nonprofit arm of Ford Motor Company, and they're willing to take a loss because then they can write that lost their taxes. City government bills a service. Brandon city shuttle is a coveted solution to the first and last mile gaps. Those are the spaces between the bus train, stop, and your origin or destination. I have a suggestion. If you are using public transport transportation, which is already being subsidized by the taxpayers anyway. So when you pay your little whatever you paid ride the RTD, whether you right, you're riding a bus. You're writing the light rail, whatever you're writing, whatever, you're paying Garin rest assured, the rest of us are subsidizing the fair that you are paying. So you're not paying your full fare share. Remember, we're always hearing about people need to pay their fair share with all of you using light rail or RTD, you're not paying your fair share because the rest of us are subsidizing your fair. And then here's where other irritates me. If you are using RTD. And you can't get from the last bus, stop or RTD or light rail. Stop. And you can't get from there to your house or your home. What's called the last mile? Walk. Right. A bike. Call an Uber. Call a taxi. Why should we also subsidize your last mile, well, Michael? But Michael, I'm poor. I'm poor. I can't afford to go that last mile. Maybe just maybe. Did you get a bike? Maybe just maybe you walk. You know, there's some people hear stories about this all the time people that walk miles and miles to a job because they can't afford a car for a while until they walk because we're trying to save the money for a car or maybe they're trying to save up money to buy an RTD pass. I don't know..

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of fifty thousand dollars. Okay. Guys back in the saddle right here at eighteen courses. You could say, well, it's kind of like the red white and Blue Wave. Let's hope that's what's coming our way in November because we're going to need it because the laughter the socialist, commies, whatever the hell you want to call. They are not going to quit. Meanwhile, I had to shift things around a little bit. Let me get shark bait on a real quick. He's on a short leash. Hello shark bait. Anything you Dave this real quick? I won't take much time about a month ago. I took a shot at the end and lobster shot back at me. So I just wanted to defend what I was saying the union gets their Mitch into these companies, and they drive the price the pay out to where it it's no longer viable for a company to stay in this country or they just find a simple run them out of business. And you know, that's the biggest problem with the union is that's it. They ruined businesses. And that's what I was saying. Yes, I used to have its place in this in this country. But no longer does it really have a place in this country, more or less or just money. Grab Democratic Party. I think you're hitting on something that's an important point a lot of people out there. And I got a lot of buddies, and I was in a union for eight years working construction. And I always enjoyed it and always made a good group of guys. But nowadays, it's about the leadership of some of these unions. And they're only like you say to raise a bunch of money that way, they get invited to raise the money for the Democrats. Like, you say they never give it to the Republican. They don't care about that. It's just, but they wanna get invited to the cocktail parties, and the cookouts and the golf tournaments, and blah, blah, blah, and scratch my back, and then you're gonna get go here and there and oh, by the way, we're going to have a convention out here in Hawaii or whatever. And so you're your your way paid because you're the union honcho, but I really don't have anything against the unions. And I know that some of the unions are pretty good, and they. Try to work out for the working men and women, but if they would actually be impartial and quit sending all this money to their democratic hacks at all they care about is getting their socialist, buddies elected, and you know, the goal around in circle type of thing. I think more people's one have things against the unions. But I know what you're saying shark rates. So I think you make a lot of good points. Well, I mean, yeah, I mean that's just like here in Cincinnati at the Jeep plant there. And even now. You know? A lot of jobs out in the North Carolina have because. G went in and said, hey, you know, we need to buff up our production. We need you guys to the abbey was like eight eight or twelve percent higher production and union based the contractor contract state and be basis at okay, that's fine. But just shouldn't jobs down to. There North Carolina and now five hundred thousand airline instead of here and even down. That's why there's some give and take on the whole situation, but that can happen. And of course, there come out and say, well, you know, the companies making record profits, or blah, blah, blah. So we should get it. Cod or whatever it should be an equal thing. We're low give and take on both sides of the equation. But sometimes the union bosses think they're all full of themselves, and they can dictate mandate or whatever the guy that writes, the check I think that's the guy. That's usually in charge. You know, what I mean, honest day's work for honest days pay if you can't do that. Then, you know, we need to take a look at you know, but that that's my feeling about.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Twenty to fifty thousand dollars. Hormones tend to be a little cheaper, there's ways to do it, but in something that can be accumulative cost over the course of our lifetime. And so that can also get really expensive. You would said depending on where you live a great deal of this may be covered by insurance then. Yeah, that's one of the major changes that have happened probably in the last five to ten years that. The feeling has really been that patients who have the what the psychiatrist from gender dysphoric, but we not call gender incongruence. So it's a, it's a condition which their lives can't be happy. It's not a preference. It's not as better surgery. It's a critical surgeries, you know, for their life just as you might say, heart surgery or that cancer surveys or some other kind of surgery. And I think once we came to that realization, sort of naturally followed that these two should be covered. You know, this is something that's important to pay since that's important for their life and their wellbeing, and it's not just something that they're doing for fun or for other reasons. And then again, from that perspective, I think absolutely insurances should cover, and this is something that patients need to have done to feel that it's important to them. The way you described gender affirmation is very different than a lot of the way people. Conceive it, they think it's choice and you describe it, how would you, how would you explain that to somebody? How would you get that across to them that that's not a choice that it's an assessing. Somebody does somebody somebody that doesn't understand why someone would go through that. Yeah. I mean, they've been a lot of really good study showing that if you feel that your body is not your body creates a lot of psychiatric this is it's a depression anxiety and which in turn can have systemic problems, you know, leading to like hypertension or coronary disease and all of the body stress responses. So like it's clear that one, if you're healing that you're in the wrong body and that you have, you know this gender dysphoric or gender incongruent has major physical effects and to increasing. We sewn that these surgeries change. So the natural history or change the outcomes for these patients. So if you do the surgery, you know they're like psychiatric conditions, it's depression. Anxiety are Levy it substantially the medical conditions follow from these. Pencils, Kathy problems also Levy it'd I mean, in my mind, there's no question that this condition percents conditions, right word has like massive effects on the body, and it's something that's doctors we can fixed. So why shouldn't there too? Yeah, I'm I other Dhiraj. I'm just kind of stunned right now. It's just in a wonderful way of those points across, and they hope to listeners really take that to heart dress, not only in their own lives, but the people around them who are considering transgender becoming transitioning into a different gender as this is who they are not choice so it can cause other problems. We've seen it with suicide rates. We've seen him with being kicked out of homes and stuff like that. So losing friends and family over this is a big choice. Some people have to make a special convention states, but it goes across everything. I'm not gonna say anything more. This. Has been the Brown and Brown cow show. We'll be back just after a few minutes. We're going to start talking about age and gender reassignment surgeries or other JJ and gender major greasy and already learning. We'll.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Fifty thousand dollars in debt. The marriage was falling apart just didn't see how it could be possible that we could get out of the hole that I had created. He wasn't keeping up with his and since all the debt was in my name. Eventually I said, all take all the debt, and I'm not blaming him because I made the decision to to go forward with that. But when I look back there were a number. Times where I would have this goal insight and I would allow other things to sabotage. Cricket was very aware that she needed a simple plan, something she could grant onto in create momentum in her life and opportunity to move forward. But when she was presented with that plan, she still had to look deep within and ask if she had what it takes to change her situation. Some choices when I was young, that made me have a lot of shame and I felt like odd couldn't possibly love me the way I am. One of my friends heard me and he pulled me aside and he signal I'm, I'm teaching this thing church. Actually, I don't even think he would have said Turks because it would made me run because I was not going to church at that point. He said it's financial peace university. He might want to check it out and I was desperate. And so I I, I listened if I hadn't been so desperate for help with the finance. Part, I probably would have walked away in would've been unbeliever. The rest of my life, financial peace university provided everything, cricket needed goals, budgeting, investing, and getting back.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Thousand dollars a year four hundred and fifty thousand dollars so he finally retires and he is released from the payments legally because he retired in two thousand ten was the agreement when he retired yeah stopped exactly years and years and years go by and morris county probation service that handles all this says that they just discovered that he had missed a payment and he says that's impossible that i missed a payment it was automatically taken out you never saw the money right he saying you guys are the ones who got the money yeah so if it's missing your fault not mine right he goes back through his records and sure enough the very final payout that was supposed to be paid out was twelve hundred and fifty dollars on november thirtieth twenty ten that was the final payment it was taken from his wages and he's now saying they are insisting that i must pay again and are threatening with court action for this oh for the payment and outstanding interest on the money all the way back for eight years and a lean on top of that he prints out his records he goes in person he shows them all this they say yep yep that was definitely taken out but she never got the money so you have to pay again he says no no no i never got the money if she never got the money and it came out of my check that means a went through your hands you guys didn't pay not nothing to do with me and they said that you have to pay he says i already paid it and this goes on and on like this this actually was in this bamboozled column which ends with reviewed a letter from probation the court order ending the alimony payments in two thousand ten indeed it shows the twelve hundred and fifty was garnish we reach out to the court sharing the evidence to see if it could free this guy from the payment a few days later he finally gets a phone call was one of the employees ease and it was not encouraging according to the man she denied that she or any colleagues ever told me i would still have to still pay the lost alimony payments again irrespective of the evidence of my pay stub but the employees also said that without a new order acknowledgement the missing payment would remain on his record as if he's like some deadbeat all very confusing crap but all i know is when i got to the point in that story early on when it was four hundred fifty thousand dollars all i could think is why do we even still have alimony especially for that length of time fifteen years of alimony and she couldn't find a job exactly fifteen years and this is one of the lucky guys there are some cases still on the books that its lifetime alimony is bill said even once you're retired you still have to keep paying even if you got a pension you have to give her half and then still pay more off of your hat where she's making more than you are from from job you had all these years and you know i think in very rare cases the only cases i could see alimony making senses if the woman were disabled and unable to work and you knew this either going in or for a long long part of the marriage before the divorce if the circumstances were you know a very very old marriage where they had always agreed that she would never ever work and they were together fifty years say you know like a couple of almost eighty and then they get divorced i can understand that but for the average divorce case in new jersey those aren't the averages and the average divorce case the woman is perfectly capable of working and it's basically babying woman to say that she needs alimony it's treating women like children to say that there should be any sort of long term alimony so we wanna know do you think long term alimony should even exist anymore and who has what guys or women have a horror story about alimony one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen here's new jersey fast traffic heads up of your.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"She put in fifty thousand dollars because that's very typical fifty and one hundred are the two most common amounts more hundreds and fifties but that's okay and so she probably had if she was getting thirty six hundred a month that's forty three thousand so that's eighty six thousand so she probably had a death benefit eighty six thousand dollars so here she put in fifty could get that back anytime she needed it was liquid available to her if she changed her mind or be needed it for or part of it for some other reason we really see very rarely see people actually just solve it you know they they might take a little bit out and put it back but anyway but she could and then the death benefit would have been eighty six thousand dollars that means that what she put it in and if if six months later she suffered a massive stroke and passed away that fifty thousand dollars would've turned into eighty six or gone to her heirs tax free that's not a bad thing she posted away stroke is exactly and that's what we're talking about here so so so so that was fine and she really she had a history of years with not using that account or anything so that worked out but knowing that but knowing that the eighty six thousand would be would be worth for long term care eighty six thousand twice over additionally which is two hundred and forty fifty thousand eighty six thousand types three times three hundred rafter two hundred so when she put the to the fifty thousand dollars in she knew that she would get that fifty that eighty six thousand was the death benefit she would be able to draw that out over two years which came out of the thirty six thousand six hundred dollars a month and any of that that she didn't use would go to her air so she's bad sixty thousand of it twenty thousand would be leftover for now all of this tax free yeah now she could run through the whole thing and more besides as the insurance company digs now if they don't get any that's not true what was that true.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hundred and fifty thousand dollars would pay an additional twenty five hundred dollars per year in taxes those with homes weren't five hundred thousand would pay an additional five thousand dollars a year those with home's worth one million dollars would pay an additional ten thousand a year for thirty years on top of existing taxes further more you would not be able to escape this by selling your house and leaving you know why you're not gonna be able to sell your house nobody's gonna buy your house in chicago with this kind of taxation on it and the people that that come up with these rules this this is the reasoning from the federal reserve bank of chicago new taxes would not affect people thinking of moving to eleanor while they would have to pay higher property taxes that would be offset by not having to pay as much for their new homes in addition current homeowners would not be able to avoid the new tax by selling their homes and moving because home prices should reflect the new tax burden quickly in other words they fully expect the value of you in chicago illinois who own your home's the value of those homes to plummet with the application of these new property taxes so people arriving in the state are going to be able to afford your house because you're going to have to practically give it away which means you're going to lose every bit of equity and wealth you have in your house if you try to sell it and leave current homeowners would not be able to avoid the new tax by selling their homes and moving because home prices should reflect the new tax burden that means nobody's gonna wanna buy they are admitting they're admitting that the dynamic results of this is going to be to destroy the eleanor housing market but that they have to do it to come up with some money to help fund underfunded pensions so in other words they're just gonna confiscate wealth from current homeowners because they will pay whether they stay or not through an immediate reduction in home value this proposed tax will only address five state pensions there are six hundred and fifty other tensions in illinois particularly those who overlap jurisdictions in chicago which grossly underfunded.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Hundred and fifty thousand dollars would pay an additional twenty five hundred dollars per year in taxes those with homes weren't five hundred thousand would pay an additional five thousand dollars a year those with home's worth one million dollars would pay an additional ten thousand a year for thirty years on top of existing taxes further more you would not be able to escape this by selling your house and leaving you know why you're not gonna be able to sell your house nobody's gonna buy your house in chicago with this kind of taxation on it and the people that that come up with these rules this this is the reasoning from the federal reserve bank of chicago new taxes would not affect people thinking of moving to illinois while they would have to pay higher property taxes that would be offset by not having to pay as much for their new homes in addition current homeowners would not be able to avoid the new tax by selling their homes and moving because home prices should reflect the new tax burden quickly in other words they fully expect the value of you in chicago illinois who own your home's value of those homes to plummet with the application of these new property taxes so people arriving in the state are going to be able to afford your house because you're going to have to practically give it away which means you're going to lose every bit of equity and wealth you have in your house if you try to sell it and leave current homeowners would not be able to avoid the new tax by selling their homes and moving because home prices should reflect the new tax burden that means nobody's gonna wanna buy they are admitting they're admitting that the dynamic results of this is going to be to destroy the eleanor housing market but that they have to do it to come up with some money to help fund underfunded pensions so in other words they're just gonna confiscate wealth from current homeowners because they will pay whether they stay or not through an immediate reduction in home value this proposed tax will only address five state pensions there are six hundred and fifty other pensions in illinois particularly those who overlap jurisdictions in chicago which are grossly underfunded.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Zayn pile of pasta on lasagna night and a team os that she got squirted stuff on her hand and cannot go to work a couple of months she is suing for fifty thousand dollars yes those double jason fifty thousand it also kind of feels like she'll settle like it's enough amount where you're gonna settle at my at my over twentyfive she should settle for like free pasta for life that's bottomless breads or where to put your goddamn hand when you're or a an oven mitt like they should learn how to evaluate a situation this looks hot yeah i mean i'm sure smoke was coming out of it you dummy if it judgment if it was that hot there definitely was like smoke coming this is all her again we are far as we know dude right there is no way it wasn't also why do you just stick a fork into lasagna you trying to take the top layer fan dummy this is it you take a knife knife and a fork scenarios yeah all right there you go that's a many guys that's a many guys school yeah old school many i actually like it we should just throw these in every once in a while because it is fun just to the three of us agreed we have great guests coming up by the way sarah silverman i believe next week so check that out and guys rate and review this podcast we can always keep going up higher come see us in chicago and in oklahoma west silence springs cherokee casino on the fifth of may and the fourth is in chicago yet north bar get your tickets now because those shows are selling it we are close to those shows that i want to tell people to because people would hit us up i think they will be able to release some tickets that day of for the podcast right if you missed out on that come to the standard shift susan it'd be so much fun and we'll probably do a little people town something fun and they'll they'll be three of us will throw in something fun for you if you get shut out of the podcast for sure.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"She put in fifty thousand dollars because that's very typical fifty and one hundred are the two most common amounts more hundreds and fifties but that's okay and so she probably had said she was getting thirty six hundred a month that's thousands so that's eighty six thousand so she probably had a death benefit of eighty six thousand dollars so here she put in fifty could get that back anytime she needed it was liquid available to her if she changed her mind or be needed for part of it for some other reason we really see very rarely see people actually solve it you know they they might take a little bit out and put it back but anyway but she could and then the death benefit would have been eighty six thousand dollars that means that what she put it in and if if six months later she suffered a massive stroke and passed away that fifty thousand dollars would've turned into eighty six and gone to her heirs tax free right that's not a bad thing away a stroke is exactly and that's what we're talking about here so so so so that was fine and she really had a history of years with not using that account or anything so that worked out but knowing that but knowing that the eighty six thousand would be would be worth for long term care eighty six thousand twice over additionally which is two hundred and forty fifty thousand eighty six thousand types three times three hundred and fifty roughly two hundred so when she put the to the fifty thousand dollars in she knew that she would get that fifty that eighty six thousand was the death benefit she would be able to draw that out over two years which came out to the thirty six thousand six hundred dollars a month and any of that that she didn't use would go to her air so if she spent sixty thousand of it twenty thousand would be leftover for her heirs now all of this tax free yeah now she could run through the whole thing and more besides as the insurance company digs now if that's the case the that's.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hundred and fifty thousand dollars we can very reasonably expect that overtime and not won't probably take all that much time we'll see this cost drop rather dramatically so yes we agree with warren buffett that future generations standard of living is going to be better than prior generations standard of living which has been the case with pretty much every generation throughout tie but there is a bit of bad news a little bit of contradiction to warren buffett's message and it comes from a new survey from td ameritrade they surveyed members of gen acts that you that's my enemies and these are people ages thirty nine to fifty three these are the children of baby boomers and the genetics generation according to td ameritrade thirty seven percent of them that's more than one out of three will never be able to afford to retire uh and ballet forty three percent of them admit that they are behind in their savings forty nine percent of them are worried they're going to run out of money if they stopped work and two out of ten of them say they aren't doing anything right now to save for the future that is really really scary and and think about all said these are the generation of people whose parents are the boomers they're going to be meeting k her here in the future they're gonna be needing help so don't put yourself in the position where you can't even afford your own lifestyle 'cause.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"And fifty thousand dollars which is interesting because an area like seattle and belbey in puget sound a lot of houses of course that's kind of a starter home price and so that will affect a lot of people here won't affect people in most of the country but again california washington new york places where prices are higher that's definitely going to affect them there one interesting thing i noted when this was going through the political ramifications of this donald trump did not in the republicans did not do well in states like new york and california will which of the ones that guy hammered the most in the item i see the actions new york and california si edge father kind of interesting that i think there's a little political targeting going on there but uh swelled opinion on that could we also talked about not just acquisition debt but refinanced it yeah in the past um you could deduct debt on refinance up two hundred thousand dollars that is now gone so if you get a second mortgage or refinance dead lines of credit what we're saying here is that a good direction on the interest may be gone it's so there's in me some planning around getting mortgages now i think we didn't have before yeah and also really keeping track of the sources of the debt in order to do the tax return yeah that's another thing i used to be it is add up all your mortgage interest and it was real simple you put it on their and generally you got it now we're gonna have to track sources as it acquisition desert refinance debt forgot to break it down some deductible some is not so that is not simplification right there i a guarantee that i have a miscellaneous itemised deductions any changes there yeah those are now all gone no more none of those what if some.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Folks fifty thousand dollars a year the percentage of his income at two million dollars is dramatically lower than the seven point five percent of your total income that a middleclass guys pay for this same stuff do you get the point when you tax that stuff so when you tax said snubbed joe you are to percentagewise not not nominal mom percentagewise you are hurting middleclass people because they consume more as a percentage of their income than rich people do that's the point that's how the europeans of is that makes sense show britsh people and middleclass people both eat they both house themselves and they all have cars but but the percentage of their income spent on that stuff for middleclass people is far more so when you tax that stuff using a vat you suck middleclass college try that's how the europeans by sucking middleclass wild dry pay for free healthcare and yet rice continues to insist that somehow rich people are paying enough in the united states despite the fact that if he wanted to institute a very system is espousing free healthcare it's not the rich people that are going to pay more it's hugh you're gonna get screwed but again don't let you know liberal fairytales ever get in the way the truth folks the fund shout ahead again thank you again for great week folks i really enjoyed doing this your beat a lot to me in a very serious note so thanks for tuning please go to budge you know that cobb subscribe to my email us thus suddenly these articles and i will see all on monday think his third dan bongino jio get more of them online anytime at conservative review done coma you can also get dan's podcastone i tunes or soundcloud and followed in on twitter 247 at d bongino.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"On the house for fifty thousand dollars i need debt of seventy thousand dollars so what i'll do is uh i'll take back a note for seventy thousand dollars and i'll take in paid fifty thousand dollar debt so there's a twenty thousand dollar difference in their so we have this wrapper on mortgage a covers both mortgages and iot you the seventy thousand dollars i'll pay you the note on the sabbath day you take the money from the seventy obey the fifty and it will go on down the road until these these notes pay off so i started doing that you know and people started losing money people got ripped off both of the buyers the sellers the noteholders everybody started taking measure everybody else got to be really nasty dirty business then they started this thing in this got to be another big it was uh owner finance notes so i'll buy you this house at us all by this house are to round sell it to you the tenet on either a leasepurchase agreement or contract for deed now on a leasepurchase agreement would basically said is your pettitte into you elect to be a buyer once you like to be a buyer some portion either zero or some other amount up to some point would be considered your downpayment monies that have been paid from your security deposit end or your rents would be considered you downpayment and then you would just go ahead and get a note for the difference neither go that get a note or maybe i would want to finance the note for you all that type of a deal and a lot of that stuff got done but the problem with that is that the people buying homes actually thought they own homes but they didn't they were still just tenets and so whenever the landlord wanted to get rid of him he just get rid of them at all that would go away or what would happen is a landlord might lose the house foreclosure for not making the payments and the people who've been paying on for years thinking there were going to buy it ended up with no house it was gone uh that's a leasepurchase agreement next thing was called a contract for deed where you'd literally sign a cadre actually if i pay you 100 and twenty pain twitter ten years twelve times a year for.

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"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"I'm thinking about the word that i i just did an an and some new projects that armed i'm going to be doing in the near future and i'm gonna tell you right now there's no way that's that's just way off the charts and i think that's the point of the guy who built it look what i can do for five fifty and it's if it's not you know that's not going to work he understands okay but the point is even if you even if you just heavily inflated that of five grand and you will you and and we even took it to ten so you're you've increase the cost of a 20fold yeah still doesn't touch the low bid of 65 grand that it would take to build that if the government will the government i won't say the wasn't the low bid that was the government estimate between sixty five and a hundred and fifty thousand dollars right to to complete it yeah between sixty five and a hundred and fifty thousand dollars for the construction of those particular of of stairs and so it just it shows you what happens and we've talked a lot about private sector verses government we have talked about old over and over again and especially with healthcare this week is very important to bring this up on an on on healthcare why the public and more and more republicans now believing that more government involvement more of a monopoly control over the product and services of health care does a better job bob than the private sector when it's proven a i've always said look at everything around you right now everything in your home wherever you are right now if you're just waking up in your bedroom look at every single thing and i mean every single thing the sheets address or the clock the lights the walls the curtains anything that your brain when you're scanning right now you're looking right not every single thing there was made in the private market in order to make a profit and you're basically satisfied with the stuff that you have for the most part people are very happy with the things that they buy that they can choose to do it but in healthcare we believe that a monopoly does a better job at for the life of me i don't understand how people lose those those critical thinking skills from the progression.

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