26 Burst results for "Forty Four Thousand Dollars"

Tesla Buys $1.5 Billion in Bitcoin

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Tesla Buys $1.5 Billion in Bitcoin

"I i figured we would mention what seems to be taking over the internet. As far as fans of crypto currency anyway and that is that tesla has purchased one point. Five billion dollars worth of bitcoin and plans to accept bitcoin for its products. And this is bitcoin legs. -i it this says. Btc specifically this is from bitcoin dot com. And that's it says plans to accept. Btc for products. I would have to imagine at some point. He will expand that. But i think i would guess for something like a tesla vehicle that you know the amount you're gonna pay for one of those makes things like the The fees sort of it. Oh okay that's reasonable. If you're going to spend forty thousand on up on a vehicle you know the network fee the transaction fees. You know as high as they get. Sometimes when bill clinton's flying it what is it today. Forty thousand dollars thirty eight. I think it went up to forty four thousand dollars today setting a new record high bounce. It came back down. It was at thirty eight now. It's i think it's back up around. Forty three forty fives has spent. I think forty three most of the day which of course means that the transaction fees are higher. It's gonna cost you more than network is busier now because you more but i would imagine buying something like a tesla vehicle a little bit of extra fee for that type of a purchase. Is it gonna make much of a difference to somebody in that market. But i don't know. I mean play things for the rich. Don't hurt but i don't think it was saito she's primary

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Fresh update on "forty four thousand dollars" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:56 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "forty four thousand dollars" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Cool good for you. Gosh well done. Excellent how old are you too. I am twenty four twenty five excellent. How long have you been married since september. Twenty nineteen all right good so not long after marriage then fifteen months right you look down and you see you got forty four thousand dollars worth of what kind of debt. Well we had nineteen thousand in her car loan we had fifteen thousand in my student loans and then the rest was in the couch Wedding rings and for anderson. abc cashflow. Dr baby we have a four month old baby girl all right while all this is going on excellent so Tell me your story. How did you decide to get out of debt. Well my dad gave me a copy of the book and for a couple of months just sat around the house and then tiling total money makeover makes a really good coaster on the coffee. Does and then finally i decided to give it a shot and i liked it so much that i had read it to rhys and then we'd got it read in two days and just from there and we were like. Let's just get it done. You know what made you pick the book up after sitting there. You're sitting around the house or something happen. Was there an emotional thing on vacation. Yeah we were on vacation and we were just sitting on the beach thinking you know. How can we get to this stage in life. Yeah without working her whole life away looking at early retirement stuff like that. So i said hey. There's a book at home. Maybe we should check that out when we get is so your dad gave it to you so he had some connection. I yeah i'm not sure where he got it from. He just informed me last week that there everyday millionaires. Now that's great. I love it. This is great and now he's Straightened out his grandchild's parents wonderful. You guys are fun very well done. Okay so fifteen months what did you do. What do you tell people to secret to getting out of debt is i think we definitely have to be on the same page with one another and live below. Our means just live a simple life. Uh-huh yeah being on the same page with each other. I feel like there's just nothing we can't do together So a lot of other people your age doing this stuff or you. Kinda were weird. I'd say we were weird our friends. They're really supportive of us. But i don't know that they were all really on board to do it with us. Yeah they're kind of looking at your side. Yeah at least they weren't straight on making fun of you to your face shaw. They're proud of us they. They were very happy for us. That's good that's good. That's good kind of friends to have well done well done. You got excellent so the book is the whole thing. That's how you did. It just got the total money makeover book out and follow the steps and did it. Then i i was listening to your podcasts. From there to on the way to work Okay all right and the good news is just looking at them and listen to him. It doesn't sound like you guys really argued about this. You just said okay. let's do it. Yeah yes what was the hardest thing you had to do. A sacrifice or getting used to this gazelle intensity. Maybe when friends were doing stuff going out to top off stuff like that. We just decided. Just no top golf golf home. Save the money all right. No crazy food stories like eating rice and beans every night. Now that now. I mean we. We cook a lot at home so we just try to big meals. I would last couple of days at a time. They're not meatballs for like four days. Is there it is. I like good but she makes the best meatball. So there you go. I love it. Well played you're getting this married thing down that's great. This is good. Well done you guys. I'm so proud of you. Rockstars man you got the whole rest of your life in front of you do the smart most people sitting around fifty five sixty right now. I wish i'd done that when i was twenty. Five man. look at those guys shows those gas. But you're pretty incredible very very well done so you brought your youngster with you. What you have girl a little girl. What's her is gemma. Jim aright hate jemma. Okay so when mom and dad scream isn't gonna scare i well. This is a legacy changed. A family tree changed right here. Good good stuff. That is so fun all right. We've got a copy of the legacy journey for you because you have a whole new legacy because of your courage and the fact that you stepped up like grown-up heroes and took care of business. I'm so proud of you and also a copy of the total money makeover another one so you can pay it forward to somebody else. Now absolutely somebody else's ready to be sick and tired of being sick and tired and you probably inspired them with your life and with the scream so well done all right jake and gamma gamma shaimaa. I messed it up. Jim at forty four thousand dollars paid off in fifteen months making eighty six. Count it down. Let's hear a debt. Free scream three two on.

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Bitcoin prices soar as Tesla says it bought $1.5 billion worth

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Bitcoin prices soar as Tesla says it bought $1.5 billion worth

"I figured we would mention what seems to be taking over the internet as far as Fans of cryptocurrency. Anyway and that is that tesla has purchased one point five billion dollars worth of bitcoin and plans to accept bitcoin for its products. And this is bitcoin legacy it this says. Btc specifically this is from bitcoin dot com. And that's it says plans to accept. Btc for products. I would have to imagine at some point. He will expand that. But i don't think i would guess for something like a tesla vehicle that you know the amount you're gonna pay for one of those makes things like the fees sort of it know okay. That's reasonable if you're going to spend you know forty thousand on up on a vehicle you know the network feed the transaction fees as high as they get sometimes when bitcoins flying it. What is it today. Forty thousand dollars thirty eight. I think it went up to forty four thousand dollars today. Setting a new record high right. If it came back down is at thirty eight and now it's i think it's back up to around forty three forty five. It's been i think forty three most of the day which of course means that transaction fees are higher. It's gonna you more than network is busier now. Cost you more. But i would imagine buying something. Like a tesla vehicle a little bit of extra fee for that type of purchases. It gonna make much of a difference to somebody in that market. But i mean play things for the rich. Don't hurt but i don't think it was Saotome she's primary concern the publicity listed. I'm sorry the publicly listed from tesla has announced in a securities and exchange commission form ten k filing that the company has purchased one point. Five billion dollars worth of bitcoin.

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Elon Musk's Tesla buys $1.5bn of Bitcoin causing currency to spike

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:10 sec | 8 months ago

Elon Musk's Tesla buys $1.5bn of Bitcoin causing currency to spike

"Surpass forty. Four thousand dollars aucoin earlier today. After tesla said it has bought one and a half billion dollars of the digital currency

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Biden releases 2019 tax returns ahead of debate

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Biden releases 2019 tax returns ahead of debate

"Joe and Jill Biden have released more of their personal tax returns just before tonight's first presidential debate the return show the bidens reported taxable income last year of about nine hundred forty four thousand dollars they paid nearly three hundred thousand in federal taxes including roughly two hundred eighty eight thousand in personal income tax the release comes after The New York Times reported president trump paid just seven hundred fifty dollars and federal income tax in both twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen and nine in ten of the fifteen years before that the president called the report fake news but still refuses to release his tax returns Biden's already released two decades worth Sager made Donnie Washington

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Businesses about to reopen looted during riots in Boston

Jay Talking

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Businesses about to reopen looted during riots in Boston

"Boston's Boston's mayor mayor says says an an untold untold amount amount of of damage damage was was done done from from Sunday Sunday night's night's violence violence and and looting looting that that hit hit the the city city WBZ WBZ TV's TV's Michael Michael cross cross tells tells us business owners spent yesterday cleaning up I really wasn't surprised the manager of wild duck wine and spirits of Washington Street in downtown watched remotely as looters ransacked his family store Sunday night this is a movie that thirteen down there from full support for about forty four thousand dollars glass and bottles of red wine if they'll cover the store's floor it's ridiculous it's often major sale the Geronimo is still adding up the damage they've been rifled through a cash registers there and stuff he says it'll take at least a month and a half to fix the damage before they can reopen really had not to do with us what's going

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"She's on the air and she's you can see here on on TV she says I'm not going to end tomorrow I'm done guys Natalie does work to Mars mess like this what it looked like on the the Spanish version of the today show here's what it sounded like bring your the when she's jumping up with the the crowd jumping up and down and she's gone crazy the to have the correct numbers is worth four hundred forty four thousand dollars so you know she's she's excited she was really excited people jumping up and down because it's the Truman show it's the Truman showed really stuff like this really happened she even at the store where she was broadcasting from ran and bought a bottle of champagne Serbs is spring around the crowd and it was just so amazing of forty tickets have been sold at this location the number one location of four of the winning number and she repeated so many times to six five nine zero who'd like burned into the host's brain and then she went to go inside and cash sure take it to him to have the great moment and found out that her four hundred forty four thousand dollar ticket was let me explain it this way banish lottery tickets cost two hundred euros so to make the game easier for average people play you can buy a decimal or a tenth of the full ticket for twenty euros her pay off was five thousand five hundred or so she'll be in tomorrow suppose he's back on TV apologizing so because I do believe that I didn't mean to mislead anybody but gosh you know of these few months have been difficult I got really excited and what a horrible thing to have happen to you you know when you you've won it all and you said goodbye to everybody you've pretty much quit on on the air no such luck for me I I like that one hit but what a four hundred fifty thousand dollars it might be in Spain that goes a lot further I don't quit on that right no I don't know why you would think that that's it maybe she has a husband who works and she figuring that's going to take care of me for a lifetime that I don't know people situations but I did not even invest in a in a lottery so I'm here yep and so's liberal Mike and I see and so was the Supreme Court Weber and so is Brad Ford and we're all set to go today I did my post a Christmas shopping I got up on the day after because the the whole idea was you know to say like I felt myself going up before Christmas ready to buy stuff both of my kids are coming home until the weekend so why go out and buy things before when there was a pensive and so I went out the morning after Christmas it's not easy getting up Christmas morning at like seven AM I remember when you had kids young kids they would always wake you up anyway but you know when your empty nesting of your alarm going off seven o'clock and go do I really want to do this do I really but I was I was trying to think of every excuse in the world not to get out of bed but I thought no I committed to this I'm gonna go save some money and I showered and got dressed now when at seven AM boom and I and I hit the stores and I cast it was awesome I the first door I stopped at I got all my gosh I got lights for now I got a Clark Griswold of set of lights for next year's Christmas for like nothing first it was like it was like giving it away reporter sighing though I know I know and I and then and then I I mean I found although all sorts of great stuff all either it at least half price off it wasn't at least half price of I didn't bother but you know it's score that's the thing to do just postpone your Christmas till two days after I was there so early the people were putting up the you know fifty sixty percent off signs up on all the the little shelves there.

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Mach-E: Meet the new electric Ford Mustang of the future

Kim Komando

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Mach-E: Meet the new electric Ford Mustang of the future

"Way let's talk about the brand new Mustang did you hear about this did you see it online is the first fully electric vehicle from for the Mustang Mach he now is not your typical Mustang it's an all electric crossover that looks more like an issue Vic now depending upon the model this is pretty sweet you get three hundred miles on a full charge and the high end models are fast I'm talking about going from zero to sixty in a little over three seconds kind of fast losing my Ferrari my F. twelve berlinetta it goes from zero to sixty in two point and hide seconds this thing smokes my Ferrari it also has a few upgrades you haven't really seen before before like the ability to use your phone to unlock the issue very as a massive tablet style infotainment system on the dash looks kinda like a Tesla there but the most notable part about it all of it is the price the base model starts at about forty four thousand dollars goes up to sixty thousand for the GTA and that also excludes get this you get some federal tax incentives up to seventy five hundred dollars you have to be patient you can reserve the car now but you're not gonna see until next year but back to Tesla they've got something new in the works to it's not a sedan or an SUV get ready for the test will pick up truck we don't have all the details at the moment because I'm recording the show actually hours before the official announcement but the code name is this cyber track and you on must previously said it should have a starting price under fifty grand we have all the information about it in the forward over at commander dot com but it sure would be nice to see another truck on the road other than the Ford one fifty

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of you all a I sunny skies today highs in the mid seventies tomorrow and Wednesday mixture of clouds and sun both days highs in the upper seventies tomorrow in eighty on Wednesday love your water get a Connecticut Hey I had the lab is that the standard interview doesn't sweat work to do in life never had to sweat of a hard people sweat for them some kind of medical condition that to me as weak I don't sweat I have a medical condition I was what I used to not sweat sounds like he couldn't get his story straight because he's a lion I'm sorry I don't have anything against the royal family and I don't know anything about this suggests that comes across as very hunky just very he he all right acid US yeah Ukraine ambassador Marie a lot of it spoke before the American people on Friday she said she went to Ukraine to help the nation become more stable well that's our job testifying in the latest public it impeachment hearing in the the house divided which said Russian influences that fuel considerable corruption in Ukraine okay your body which also recalled running afoul of the trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani who was conducting an unofficial diplomacy in Ukraine okay why is the president said attorney handling anything outside of this country that's the big question yes she testified that she had no has no understanding of why Giuliani went there when after her in the first place I I didn't learn anything I didn't already know on Friday I just to me this whole thing Hey I like I know why they're doing it it's all about the party it's all about the Democrats versus Republicans and it's all about getting Donald Trump out of the office because I don't guess they think they can't win in twenty twenty I say let me go let's see what happens in twenty twenty yeah the big story out of Friday's testimony was definitely the fact that the president could not resist tweeting about Hana village as she was testifying you know now there's new claims of witness intimidation or worse if you look if you would just have Twitter it will be a much better place right now all right the hearings take place or get back in in action again tomorrow with Jennifer Williams state department official advising vice president Mike pence lieutenant colonel Alexander van Ommen National Security Council staffer Kurt Volcker former U. S. S. special representative Ukraine into more so the National Security Council staffer and then on Wednesday Gordon's son one the US ambassador to the E. you will testify in the morning in the afternoon defense department official or Cooper an Under Secretary of state for political affairs David Hale then Thursday before they take their thanksgiving break former National Security Council staffer Fiona hill is scheduled testified of course you keep the right here will keep you up to date on everything going on as far as the impeachment goes gosh it just one weekend I mean seriously that the call Kathryn thing I was scratching my head on Saturday about that I couldn't believe the guy's applying for a job is it in essence as what he was doing pulling stuff like that well the fact that he's got so much publicity over a work out I mean well it was very odd that they do a work out the day before game exactly that to me was just PR that's that's just think okay we're going to we're going to do it we're going to have the work out but then he pulls this let's move it because I I want to be transparent can you throw the ball can you play football the actually threesome and I'm sure the guy the guy has townhouses yeah I think the thing is going to keep the NFL teams away from him is all this crap you're hoping that maybe he's calm down a little bit but when he pulls a stunt like this you're just tell me right now you're gonna be a backup quarterback wherever you go it is this going to be the guy did you wanna be the backup quarterback is gonna get all this press I don't think so well the ball is in the NFL's court as Capper Nick said so we'll see what happens I think he just I think there's a chance they can come back this year at all that's just me his agent seems to think is that come back at all well they just had a lot to do with the move it so maybe that's why all right more on that coming up throughout the morning here's a fox business news control spraying and this is the fox business report printer company H. P. rejected a thirty three billion dollar takeover offer from Xerox holdings over the weekend H. P. says it's still open to exploring a potential combination with Xerox HP says the offers significantly undervalues the company and is concerned about the death the merger would put on the combined business born just revealed its Mustang marquis de all electric SUV it starts at just under forty four thousand dollars and travels up.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A tiny home for one person yeah. It's pretty small. Let alone eleven presume these. The people were sharing bathrooms and sharing kitchens. There's a little more about the bathrooms here and it'll tell you it was on the building's fourth floor of the condo where nine people were living living holding unit six zero. One was on the building's fourth floor. <hes> where this yes that's correct. Okay great <hes> the condo where somebody should be arrested for that where nine people were living also had any legal bathroom. The tenants were relocated from the nightmarish fire. <unk> hassard went buildings and apartment inspectors raided the place in response to a three one one complaint so somebody snitched on him for this. You got kicked out because they didn't pay their rent probably probably inspectors hit knee with more than one hundred and forty four thousand dollars in fines for failing to have sprinklers along with proper electrical structural and plumbing permits of course. We didn't hire any unions to do the work either so they were upset. Began sure that it is new york city after all when the post visited the building reporter observed apparent additional changes to the apartment above knees in the second apartment number seven. Oh one which knee has listed in the past as his address air conditioning units were set up on both the top and bottom floor or to ceiling windows in an arrangement that appeared similar to the unit below it so there's just a bunch of a._c. Units just stacked basically in the window by by ten thirty on friday officials in the buildings. Department uniforms were back at the property as seven tenants from apartment seven. Oh one left carrying luggage or bags eggs that apartment had also been illegally converted and he found a way to make some money yeah well. I mean it's new york city where it's almost impossible to build new new apartments. What were they making. What was it. What were they paying for these these units. We don't get that oh wait a minute. We get that we're getting to that here. In just i mean i'm really curious. I i've been at my friend's apartment in new york years ago at this point and it was twelve hundred dollars a month for what a one room deficiency with like it was more than one room but it was a it was two rooms basically in a bathroom. It was a small bathroom with the smallest tub i've ever seen in my life off and a kitchen and living room combo thing and a bedroom. The units lacked light ventilation so again ads nine single room occupancy occupancy. Lighting ventilation are extra <hes> no fire protection systems proper egress said the spokes bureaucrat.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Because I've got enough money to self insure through the risk but otherwise next year at this time when I turn sixty I would've been a candidate for buying long term care insurance long term care insurance usually doesn't cover but three or four years but that covers about ninety percent of the nursing home stays in America anyway as most people just don't live ten years in a nursing home which would be highly unusual so all of that to say you bought it too soon and you bought the wrong thing I get out of there while the getting is good even if you do pay some taxes Sam good question all right Hector is with us in New York high Hector welcome that I've Ramsey show. Hey they're not even on other than I deserve what's up. hi I just had a question I have a car loan twenty eighteen I got a about twenty nine thousand on on the car is also forty forty four dollars in credit card debt. emergency fine. about a seven thousand dollars and I in no way to I know you say you go with the smallest at first but. it's a car is this one is that so I don't know if I should sell the car or put the money into the car or put into the credit card so I don't know what to do. what's your household income. when I make about a hundred hundred grand. so how long have you been overspending to get forty four thousand dollars in credit card debt. I like crying okay. the card. seven now how much seven thirty thirty seven thirty seven okay so ten ten years so you've been argue over spending to the tune of about five thousand hours your plus about a car you can afford in your household incomes a hundred you know twenty nine on the Honda what DO in the other car. dad I'm not the cars car you have one car okay yes. well the the rule of thumb I use on vehicles is two things one is. he can I pay off all of my debts not counting my house within two years and keep the car that that is about seventy thousand dollars. and can you do that in two years making a hundred and ten yes it could be thirty five thousand a year for two years you can do that and be debt free within two years the second rule of thumb I users don't own things with wheels and motors all added together that equal more than half your annual income because things with wheels and motors all go down in value and if you get too much of your world tied up and things going down you're never gonna be money. exactly and so you're not there either twenty nine thousand less than half your annual income for the cars a keeper if you love the car and you're willing to fight you know for two years on beans and rice you and your wife together on a budget you're not going out to eat not going on vacation stop the insanity and clean up your mess if you're willing to do all that thank you keep the car and work your way through it does fit our guidelines but that's a call you'll make some people look at that and go I ain't worth it I'd really really Kerr about dental center other people look at and go on this great car always want this car and I'm going to you know go power out ahead and you know take an extra year of fighting and beans and rice rice and beans a scorched earth lifestyle in order to keep the car get all paid off but do if you're gonna screw around with this for next five years you'll keep doing what you've been doing number one.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A generosity continue all week a long series is a lot of stuff left I mean she's nineteen dot give smart dot com and Richard reports we are up over forty four thousand dollars has thanks everybody for doing that so then we went down to Santa Clara we sat across me Jimmy G. well if you're not so fast the not so fast after the meat cheese event we had the Dwight Clark party thank you guys for coming two thousand of it onto itself the ice for it forget about us for second do congrats to you mail call Yoko Z. Garris Brad manner all these dudes were there and I'm not to mention you know some great forty Niners of all time you came to Turner's Ronnie Lott Murphy again your tween boards when I saw his face some exact Wayne border seventy eight I've never met him so I I couldn't like totally idea Mike Kelly was awesome you do you know do import you guys have a history and stuff I died don't with him yeah yeah he was a D. line coach when I was coming okay then Murphy then and only then do we drive to Santa Clara yeah then we don't Santa Clara yet over with and maybe have that might be able to talk about where babies come from more yeah is it what what happens we can get into a little bit later we gotta get paid tribute to you as the judge but it might be did it we discussed everything from music to a child birth to religion to chick fillet to mobile ordering chick fillet to whether or not you're probably is overrated or underrated relate he rated faith yes and yeah we saw is we got to that point yeah it is a lot of stuff I would like a book that was written three thousand years ago tell me that I can't gratify myself yeah plus there's no picture is either way you are listening to can be our money so I can be our San Francisco KSAN HD to sanity of the sports leader at circa isn't it a nonconformity we got into non conforming to former for many deep on that we didn't we didn't get to the right shows a larger I'd want to wear but the biggest the forget about religion and child and all that okay it might have been the biggest thing was his insistence that had we mobile ordered at chick fillet everything would've been okay told we should mobile this so what happened was on day two I give me a chance I said okay but here's the deal mobile or for both hungry yeah I'm gonna go get the car I'll come get you with the equipment at Levi's mobile order and we'll go pick it up guess what the mobile order total disaster is not working man thank you give me your card thirty points in mind question my card is a dozen to be working fortunately I didn't get a receipt so you might get charged yeah so anyway total disaster when I when I was having to stand in line just like the heavy set Asian American hobby by his Jersey guy why take it anymore you guys wait well he said I guarantee you ten minutes you can slap me in the face I see that's what I a slap in the face I think he wanted you to the I agree with you that some say because some guys take it to an extreme he just kinda look through that out there you know so how long to wait thirteen minutes okay put these handcuffs it all again Pauly my I usually I don't know what's going on today Matt Murphy we've ever calls me hide the key and tape my mouth shut we'll see what happens yeah I don't know yeah when even for the he'd enjoyed.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Can twenty three it is one of four three my favorites fell into the morning eight six six five four four my bags are about to give out ten thousand dollars how great is this our give about ten grand just last week or something we give a fourteen six before that was like forty four thousand dollars the money flies out the door here one of four three my FM I like the nice round numbers ten thousand dollars has such a great ring to it well the the first thing you would do if you won ten thousand dollars now first thing I do ten thousand dollars I'm a get a good massage that sounds nice I like that yeah and not worry about what it costs you know and I'm worried on that in a minute right the eighty minutes due to add on or some you know they they add on's you know for Brian well it's really gonna put aside or something like that yeah where do you go to get your massage is bright you said add on and I like hot strong right there is a bus one wanted to put you in a tub there you're like in a tub in the summers unite had obviously and they massage you in the tub and roll your round us up was fantastic some immersive water therapy isn't like that so you kind of feel yeah it's just some kind of immersive water therapy of that yeah if you wanna get rolled around in the tub eight six six five four four mind them it was great with your eight or ninety eight eight six six five four four might then.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We're forty four thousand dollars in debt and only have social security and a small amount of EBay income. I'm wondering how in the world can I retire somehow in ten years with a little level of security? Yeah. Well, I mean, there's two sides to the equation then comes out and the outgo side. Okay. I don't hear in your explanation. Severe overspending. And maybe in the past. But today you don't have enough money to be overspending. And so the best way to retires to clear the debt and obviously, Powell some money into retirement accounts are some dude, a little bit wealth-building over this next decade that you've got which millions me to ask the question. What can we do to get your income up? And the first thing that pops into my head is how can we expand this EBay business? Well, we've got quite a bit of inventory. We ended up to fourteen hundred or so a month. It's dropped down to two hundred one. Probably emotional things. Son gave us a free house to live in. We had twenty eight thousand dollars in debt at the start of that a year ago. And we borrowed to move we borrowed to buy the lawn mowers and different things to run not knowing about you and just ran it up. Okay. So fourteen fifteen hundred maybe more, right? But you're, you're, you're EBay income went down. Why? Emotional reasons, I just can't get in a funk. I don't know. Oh I got you. Okay. No, no physical reason it's hard. It's hard to work on it. When your hope is kind of been kicked out of you. I got you. Okay. That makes sense. All right. Well. I think there's a couple of things that are going on. One of the things I learned about much burchell bulk is grace means I can put stupid in the rear view mirror. Okay. If I've ever done something stupid, and all of us have most likely most of us today. But I mean, we could take like that last little bit of debt you did, and college stupid. That'd be pretty easy to do. And, but we can put that in the rear view mirror and say, okay, I've learned my lesson and seventy five I'm not too old to learn lessons. So I'm done. I'm not borrowing money more because it's not working for me. It's stealing my hope. It's doing my emotional capacity, and I'm not going to do so now what am I going to get out of debt? I'm on get excited about e bay like I was fifteen instead of seventy five and I'm gonna go bananas and just sell everything in sight. And I'm gonna find some way to do something on EBay that I'm buying something and reselling it on EBay and moderate volumes until they sell to where I can, you know, create an EBay income that is thirty forty fifty thousand dollars a year, jump on EBay, or jump on Google even and read the stories of what people have done as an entrepreneurial activity with EBay stores to make bazillions of dollars. They're, they're inspiring stories. And I think you might if our. Were in your shoes, what you're describing with the funk is you might need a little inspiration. You might need a little thank you. So if I see somebody else, do, it, it makes me believe I might be able to do it. You know. Right. And so I mean, I remember I remember reading one on there. I don't remember what the numbers were. But the guy did like a million dollars in volume in used golf clubs, he would go because golf clubs won't sell for nothing. I mean was golf clubs are just dirt. Right. So he would go to garage sales and bomb for five dollars. Polish them all up. You know, get the steel wall out shine them up and take really good pictures and put them on his EBay store and sell them for one hundred bucks. And he ended up doing a million dollars in a believe it was a million dollars in us golf clubs or might have been more. But you can look that story up. It's out there floating, rents an old story didn't happen last week. But I mean stuff like that, you know, you can do all kinds of stuff, if you believe you can, and if you've got enough reason to enough motivation and dude, you got the motivation. I'm trying to get it. And you got desperation it's getting there. The desperation motivation. I found you. Well, I'm honored because of you, my car is sitting in the driveway with a dead clutch because I won't put it on a credit card. Good. And I thank you for that. You're welcome. And let's get her fixed though. And let's get this EBay thing going. I want to get you income up and get your winning again. Hold on. I'm gonna send you a copy of our book entreleadership, which is about business and starting and running a business. I don't know that yesterday I need to start some big, huge operation, but something you and your wife can do to turn some money, whether it's EBay or at sea. I don't care. Some way to turn some money in is your biggest and best mathematical hope that's where your mathematical hope will come from you. Don't borrow anymore period. You've already drawn that line in the sand. Good for you. And then we find some way to increase our income, which makes the sun shine in the windshield, because they're storm clouds in the review mirror, but that's been the past. Let's drive away from it drive away from the storm towards the sun. And that, that's what we're all trying to do learning from our mistakes. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five Emmanuel's on Twitter. Dave, what do you think of investment apps, like acres and stash? I think they're cute. Acres is you round up these roundup things. Or you say, you know you save a nickel save a quarter. By the way, if you save a little bit. You're going to have in your account a little bit. By definition. And so the danger of something like that they're not bad. I mean, it's okay. But if that's your only retirement plan plan on eating dog food. Because if you save a nickel and a quarter, you're going to have nickel and a quarter. Up. Well, not too much. I mean you start saving fifteen percent of your freaking income seven eight ten thousand dollars a year, which is not what these are leading you to. That's how you become. Reach, you know, everyday millionaire status. And you can do that. But, but not if you think you're doing something, which is the danger of these little apps. It makes you feel I'm saving money. And I don't worry about check that box money saved them. I'm done move onto the next thing. Go buy something, we're saving money acres. Save my nickels. Save my quarter. I mean, if you're saving more than that using one of those apps final shut up about it, but most people aren't there, the very, the very premise of those is that you just round up and you save your, you know, it's like saving the money out of your change jar or something back when we used to get change back when people used to use like real cash, like I still do, and so anyway, they're not bad, unless.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Where forty four thousand dollars in debt and only have social security and a small amount of EBay income. I'm wondering how in the world can I retire somehow in ten years with a little level of security? Yeah. Well, I mean, there's two sides to the equation, the incomes on the outgo side. I don't hear in your explanation severe overspending. And maybe in the past. But today you don't have enough money to be overspending. And so the best way to retire to clear the debt, and obviously, Powell some money into retirement accounts are some dude, a little bit of wealth-building over this next decade that you've got which millions to ask a question. What can we do to get your income up? And the first thing that pops into my head is how can we expand this EBay business? Inventory. We ended up to fourteen hundred or so a month. It's dropped down to two hundred. Probably emotional things. Gave us a free house to live in. Twenty eight thousand dollars a year ago. And we borrowed to move we borrowed to buy the lawnmowers and different things to run. Not knowing about you ran it up. Okay. Fifteen hundred maybe more. Right. But you're you're in your EBay income went down. Why? Emotional reasons. Oh I got you. Okay. Physical reason it's hard. It's hard to work on it. When your hope is kind of been kicked out of you. I got you. Okay. That makes sense. All right. Well. I think there's a couple of things that are going on. One of the things I learned about much burchell mocha's, grace means I can put stupid in the rear view mirror. Okay. If I've ever done something stupid, and all of us have most likely most of us today. But I mean, we could take like that last little bit of debt. You did and college stupid. That'd be pretty easy to do, and, but we can put that in the rear view mirror and say, okay, I've learned my lesson and seventy five I'm not to learn lessons, so I'm done. I'm not borrow money, Marcus. It's not working for me. It's stealing my hope. It's stealing my motion capacity, and I'm not going to do so now what am I going to get out that I'm on get excited about EBay? Like I was fifteen instead of seventy five and I'm gonna go bananas and just sell everything in sight. And I'm going to find some way to do something on EBay that I'm buying something and reselling it on EBay and moderate volumes until they sell to where I can, you know, create an EBay income that is thirty forty fifty thousand dollars a year, jump on EBay or jumped on Google even and read the stories of what people have done as an entrepreneurial activity with EBay stores to make bazillions of dollars. They're, they're inspiring stories. And I think you might if. Were in your shoes, what you're describing with the funk is you might need a little inspiration. You might need a little thank you. So if I see somebody else, do, it, it makes me believe I might be able to do it. You know. Right. And so I mean, I remember I remember reading one on there. I don't remember what the numbers were. But the guy did like a million dollars in volume in used golf clubs, he would go because golf clubs won't sell for nothing. I mean, golf clubs are just Dr. Right. So he would go to garage sales and bomb for five dollars. Polish them all up. You know, get the steel wall out shine them up and take really good pictures and put them on his EBay store and sell them for a hundred bucks. And he ended up doing a million dollars in a believe it was a million dollars in us golf clubs or might have been more. But you can look that story up. It's out there floating. Right. It's an old story didn't happen last week. But I mean stuff like that, you know, you can do all kinds of stuff, if you believe you can. And if you've got enough reason to enough motivation and dude, you got the motivation. I'm trying to get it. Mommy, you, you got desperation? Getting their desperation motivation. I found you. Well, I'm honored because of you, my car is sitting in the driveway with a dead. Clutch because I won't put it on a credit card. Good. Thank you for that. You're welcome. And let's get her fixed though. And let's get this EBay thing going. I wanna get you income up and get your winning again. Hold on. I'm going to send you a copy of our book entreleadership, which is about business. And starting running a business. I don't know that yesterday need to start some big, huge operation, but something you and your wife can do to turn some money, whether it's EBay or at sea. I don't care. Some way to turn some money in is your biggest and best mathematical hope that's where you're mathematical hope will come from you. Don't borrow anymore period. You've already drawn that line in the sand. Good for you. And then we find some way to increase our income, which makes the sun shine in the windshield, because they're storm clouds in the review mirror, but that's the past, let's drive away from it drive away from the storm towards the sun. And that's what we're all trying to do learning from our mistakes. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five Emmanuel's on Twitter day, what do you think of investment apps? Like acres and stash. I think they're cute. Acres is you round up these roundup things. Are you say you know you save the coin save a quarter? By the way, if you save a little bit. You're going to have in your account. A little bit. By definition. And so the.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Are you? Hi, how are you better than I deserve? How can I help? Dave. My question is actually regarding my parents, I found out a couple of weeks ago that they're basically broke there in tremendous debt. They still have a mortgage on their home, quite a substantial mortgage on their home. And I'm trying to figure out a way advising them. What what to do where to go from here as far as? Getting out of this debt selling their home, possibly maybe looking into until somewhere. My mom had asked me about a reverse mortgage. I don't really know much about that. She's also considered a bankruptcy. What are you? What are they? What are they own their home? Okay. Let's see here. They oh. Here. First mortgage today. Oh, one hundred sixty seven thousand eight hundred twenty five dollars. They also have a wine credit three thousand one hundred forty five thirty thousand one hundred forty five dollars. So they around little under two hundred on the home. What's it worth? If they were to sell I would say after selling they this is being conservative about two hundred seventy five thousand show, you think of the house on the market for rent three hundred. Right. I think they could probably listed for you know, three thirty after it's all set sales asking. So what other debts have they got? Okay. They have probably around forty four thousand dollars in credit card debt. Okay. What else? They own their car they own their car. Yes. They have an older vehicle. That's been paid for one. Just one vehicle and. Okay. And what is their income? Okay. They're both retired. He's seventy five and a half. She's sixty six and a half their income. Is basically social security his social security her social security, and then they have an annuity that pays them payments monthly which the total of all three is three thousand seven hundred sixty three dollars. How much is in the? The annuity. They get payments from I don't know a whole lot about this. But I I saw paperwork that said as of the end of December of last year be balanced with sixty four thousand two hundred and four dollars. So basically, we have one hundred thousand dollars equity we have sixty four thousand dollars, and we have versus a forty four thousand dollar debt, and they don't make enough income to pay their house payment. That's how they've gone into critical. Their house payment is a little over a thousand dollars on payback their house payments, two hundred thousand dollars worth of debt. Cannot be supported on three thousand dollars a month. Correct. That's how they got into credit card debt. And then they will use credit cards to live. Exactly exactly I figured out. They probably they have around forty five hundred dollars of expenses. During the whole grand a month, which is twenty four thousand dollars a year is going to be added to this credit card debt until they go bankrupt. If they don't stop there death spiral. Mathematics guest pharaoh. Okay. So the house is gone. They can't afford it. Right. Can't afford it. And no reverse mortgage, attach it 'cause reverse mortgage only makes a loan of fifty five to sixty percent of the value of the equity, and that's they don't have any equity if you put apply that figure to it. So besides that reverse mortgages are horrible. But aside from that. So we're selling the house, and I were they live in Chicago. We're actually about an hour outside Chicago in Indiana crumbling, Indiana. Good, okay. So there's a chance we find them a little condo for one hundred. I've been looking at that. It's very hard to do. But it's just I mean. Here's the thing. If you're supposed to getting another mortgage on something hormone mortgage, they don't make any money. A three thousand dollar income. We can't afford mortgage. I mean, I. And I got forty four thousand dollars in credit card debt. So I will take their hundred equity and bomb something if I can pay cash for it. But otherwise, I'm gonna pay off their credit card debt. Let them rent. Okay. Because I do not want them back in a mortgage again. And you know, and I hate to cash out. There's one asset this annuity. Although it probably sucks. Yeah. But if you cash it out, it's probably going to have taxes on it. Hey, jump online and get with one of our Smartvestor pros. And unpack that annuity with them. And see if you can get up get them out of it. If you can get them out of it and clear the credit card debt. I would rather than being a paid for house with almost no money and be debt, free, credit cards and everything. A paid for condo. And I I would liquidate that annuity. I would liquidate that house I pay off the credit card debt, and I'd buy something for casual what the cashiers left and try to leave ten thousand dollars on an emergency fund. And there are one hundred percent broke with a paid for condo of some kind. And you know, two thousand dollars a month income to live on and they make it out on that. Okay. So you think they should get rid of the cash out? This an annuity possibly said you need to sit down with Smartvestor pro. I don't know what the implications of that are without getting into unpacking. The entire annuity on the air, which I'm not gonna do we've already on our situation on the air. So just sit down with somebody. And look at that. That's a possibility. But I can just tell you one hundred percent they can't afford this house. There's no scenario in the mathematics. You gave me here where they afford this house unless you guys write them, a check for one hundred thousand bucks or something. If you've got an extra hundred grand laying around maybe they keep their house, you pay off credit card debt, you pay down the mortgage path a second mortgage, maybe they can make it on the first mortgage. But unless you got one hundred grand you can throw at this. They don't keep this house. I've already spent all the money because basically they were just they were asleep at the wheel financially and the credit card debt is not because they were irresponsible. It's because they had a burn rate above their income and they've been covering the burn rate for existence. That's what's going on here. Mathematically. So hard to work through these things though because Tina because it's just so emotional. You love your parents. And you wanted good stuff for him. Just like you. Love your kids and you want good stuff for him. And the sad story is. I'm less. Somebody's got some money to throw at this. There's not gonna be a a really super wonderful fireworks going off financial happy ending to this. It's gonna be a struggle all the way through. Because of their ages in their incomes. And that's where they are. So that's the thing. Hey, thanks for the call. Guys..

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Exclude forty four thousand dollars in pay only four which we're gonna but it brings up the question is era back insurance for sixty five dollars a year for the insurance won't cover area. That is it worth the product. Or is it under the category? I would I mean if you got insurance. Furnished the work is insurance that Darniche very work not as not nine will pay if ending on how it's cutted what the trauma is whether it's medically necessary offer death. Here's apparently is out of network that they're only four thousand forty four. Yeah, you're gonna have to push that. And and as you said fight that through. I mean, if he's got free health insurance, and you you I guess you could cover it with that. It's just it's. It's really a needle in a haystack situation. I mean, the number of times someone actually gets air back in your life. You know, you probably got your one done, you know. Unless he continues to fall out of tree stands. Oh my gosh. So what happened to him when he fell out? He was coming up into his tree, and they strap at the top of the ladder broke. And he read the letter going down and upside down. Ooh. Okay. And compounds actor by by phones, and all lower margins say surgery a hundred fifteen so in medical Bill far insurance has been great for everything,.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Is the forty four thousand dollar model three and he says it needs to broaden its customer base to survive the company delivered more than two hundred forty five thousand electric cars and SUV's last year nearly as many as all previous years combined. But it's still fell far short of a goal set nearly three years ago of manufacturing five hundred thousand vehicles for the year. It did turn a four percent profit in its most recent quarter. But musk said that was only because it was able to sell higher priced vehicles in North America. And that preliminary numbers show a smaller profit during the current quarter Musk's said in October that tesla had forty five thousand employees the seven percent cut would mean that three thousand one hundred. Fifty people will lose their jobs. The tide is turning globally in regards to how populations react to the abuse of autocrats. According to the advocacy group Human Rights, Watch AP's, Karen champions reports coalitions of states, civic, groups and popular movements are pushing back against those tail freedom annual report, the group said that the big news of the pasta isn't the persistence of authoritarian trends, but the growing position to them. The good director Kenneth Roth says the same populist to spread hatred and intolerance off heating a resistance that keeps winning battles. According to the report released examples of such Hispanics can be seen in efforts to resist attacks on democracy in Europe, prevent a bloodbath in Syria. Ulta stop the Saudi led bombing and blockading of many civic. Volkswagen says it will pay a fine in India of one billion rupees or four point two million US dollars for installing software that allegedly cheated pollution testing devices, even though the company is still appealing the order in a statement Volkswagen. Says it's challenged the national green tribunal's order in India's top court the Indian panels had Volkswagen diesel cars caused air pollution in the Indian capital due to excess nitrogen oxide emissions. The company statement said all Volkswagen cars were compliant with the emission norms in India. Cohen comments. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. The White House is denying a report from BuzzFeed, quoting President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen and saying the president directed him to lie in his 2017 testimony to congress AP's Jonathan Lynn MIR reports this may increase the talk of impeachment. There's plenty of energy on the left, particularly among new democrat representatives who were came to office this past November who are urging an impeachment of the president. And this sort of offense is something that could add fuel to that fire in Washington today, the annual March for life. Fro the group heard from President Trump has president. I will always defend the first right in our declaration of independence, the right to life to shark. Researchers say they came face to face with what could be one of the largest great whites ever recorded in the waters off Hawaii. They took plenty of video and pictures. I'm Ed Donahue, AP digital news back in a moment. Morning. There.

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Tesla to Cut Full-Time Workforce by 7%

WSJ What's News

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Tesla to Cut Full-Time Workforce by 7%

"Electric vehicle maker tesla is cutting seven percent of its workforce the second round of layoffs in a year. It's part of a continuing effort by tesla to sell its model three sedan at a lower price. Tim Higgins covers tesla for the Wall Street Journal, and he joins us from San Francisco. First of all Tim isn't as a bid by tesla to stay profitable. While it lowers the price of the model three sedan. Yeah. Exactly Alon musk last year promise that the third and fourth quarters would be profitable. And in fact, when he surprised Wall Street with a third quarter profit that was a record for the company said that this was the the start of sustainable profitability going for forever. And so this is essentially a bid by him to continue to be profitable while at the same time lower the price of the model three to it's long been promised that it was going to be offered at a starting price of thirty five thousand dollars. But even from the get-go it hasn't been that price. How many layoffs are we talking about? Well, seven percent of the company the exact total isn't quite clear because the this is for seven percent of the fulltime workers. And they have a lot of contractors and part time workers in that in the total of about forty nine thousand. So we're talking about several thousand people use many as maybe three thousand something like that. Yeah. And this was again on top of a nine percent. Layoff announcement. I guess in June. Right. Yeah. Exactly Tesla's goal is to sell the model three as a mainstream sedan for thirty five thousand dollars, but that's been difficult to achieve because Tesla's costs are so high isn't that right yet when they announced the car, and they and they've been bringing it out for the last year or so you'll on Mosca cassette. They couldn't launch it at thirty five thousand dollars because it just wouldn't have been sustainable that he needed the time in the kind of the scale of bringing out vehicles to lower that cost over time, and they really been pushing for that across the board. And so one of the things one of those levers is adjusting the of mount of workers they have at the company how much is the model three selling four right now. I understand I remember they lower the price by two thousand dollars not too long ago. Yeah, they lower the Lord all of the prices by two thousand dollars at the beginning of this year is the the US federal tax credit of begins to phase out a starting price. Of the model. Three currently is at forty four thousand dollars which is lower than it was but still not thirty five thousand dollars. It hasn't tesla really been ramping up production, and I guess, you know, tagged onto that it's still trying to boost production with fewer people there. So is to kind of levers, they're pulling right there. They're going to try to lower their costs and at the same time start producing more vehicles is kind of the classic way to do these things that the challenge for Tesla's that they spent all of last year really struggling to increase production at their Fremont factory here in California. The question is how many more vehicles how many more model threes. Can they pump out of that factory? They have broken ground on a new factory in China that is intended for that market. But that'll be a while before cars start coming out of there. It's a empty field. Essentially now there they need to build it. And it'll take time and they've also signalled and said they planned to open assembly plants in Europe at some point of. But we haven't had any of those details yet. So they're making the plans for having increased capacity in the future. But at this point, it's a little unclear exactly how many cars they have the ability to churn out on an annual basis. The layoff announcement was contained in a memo that Tesla's CEO Elon Musk sent out to employees early Friday. Very early Friday didn't musk also issue somewhat of a profit. Warning. You know, he said preliminary results showed tesla made a second straight quarterly profit in the most recent quarter, but that it will be difficult to repeat for the current quarter..

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"From Oaklawn, forty four thousand dollars was the average cost of this life event in two thousand eighteen what do you think it was a wedding? If the average person goes crazy trying to throw this elaborate wedding when all in reality. They sit back, and we could have done this a whole lot smaller girl. I agree with you forty four thousand dollars that is a lot. Well, guess what? We're still paying your bills a thousand bucks certain Monday. The man was enough. Started. Much. The world. Noticed. Seventeen. Everything. Series. Got. The combat. The daily news..

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Tesla Cuts Prices, Model 3 Deliveries Miss Target

WSJ What's News

04:28 min | 2 years ago

Tesla Cuts Prices, Model 3 Deliveries Miss Target

"Tesla says it will reduce prices on three of its electric vehicle models after it reported the global delivery is more than triple during the last quarter of two thousand eighteen those delivery numbers however were short of expectations. Tesla also said full your deliveries had a total of more than two hundred forty five thousand for two thousand eighteen that's more than double the previous year. Joining us from San Francisco with more is Wall Street Journal reporter, Tim Higgins, first of all Tim by how much will prices come down. Tesla says they're bringing the prices of their vehicles down by two thousand dollars. That's particularly meaningful for the model three which is Tesla's attempt at mass market car. Ilan must the CEO as long talked about having that vehicle cost thirty five thousand dollars. But he hasn't been able to sell it at that point yet and this new price cut brings it down to forty four thousand dollars. And there's some suggestion. The company keeps saying that they continue to push. Bring it down a lower in a later date, which other vehicles will see price cuts. Well, tesla is largely known these days for the model three the compact sedan, but the bread and butter has been previously the model S the large, Dan, and the model X the SUV model those vehicles amounted to about one hundred thousand the ical and twenty eight teen actually just short of a hundred thousand vehicles total and that was a missed for the company. Elon Musk had said that they were going to do one hundred thousand vehicles, basically what they did in twenty seventeen but came up just a just a hair short of that goal. Why is tesla cutting prices, Tim? Well, there's a couple of things going on here. Tesla for the last few years has benefited from a federal tax incentive that its customers can take advantage of if they bought an electric car here in the US that credit was was worth seventy five hundred dollars. It's being phased out because tesla has reached a sales milestone in the US of two. Hundred thousand so beginning January one of this year, it gets down at its haft. And then a later this year, it's decreased again, and then by next year it goes away. And so essentially what tesla is saying is that the they're trying to make up a little of that tax break that people were getting with this two thousand dollar decrease in price and to make it easier to get into vehicles. Okay. Now, you write that tesla said the total deliveries feel by increased production and sales of the model three sedan more than triple to ninety thousand seven hundred in the fourth quarter from nearly thirty thousand a year earlier, but that sort of missed the Mark analysts from facts that were expecting total deliveries of ninety two thousand fourth quarter deliveries of the model three rose to sixty three thousand one fifty from fifteen hundred fifty year earlier, a big jump at analysts still expected sixty four thousand nine hundred and Tesla's stock fell Wednesday after these deliveries came up short are deliver. Coming up short because demand slumping or their production problems. I know Elon Musk has wrestled with trying to boost production and also lowering the prices, why were the deliveries even though the jump seem rather impressive. Why were they disappointing? This is the challenge for tesla. And a lot of ways he eighteen was a banner year for them. Total sales went to almost two hundred fifty thousand units compared to a hundred thousand or so and twenty seventeen and even fewer than that in twenty sixteen. So that's dramatic growth. But it's at an expectation game Yuan must see oh had promised to build a half a million vehicles and twenty eighteen so he came up short in that regard part of that a big part of that is because the model three has turned out to be a lot harder to make any expected. It took him a lot longer to to ramp up production at the California factory where he's building them. And so it wasn't really. Still the second half of last year that tesla was able to start churning out the the model threes at a rate that could start to to meet the customer demand. Well, once they do that they had they struggled to put those vehicles in the hands of customers for logistic reasons. So they have seen dramatic sales growth, they missed their target there by a hair, if you will it tends to be that way for tests, and some of these things they they're getting closer to what they they.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I Gotcha. The tortoise wins the race, not not the rabbit. You read the book. Yeah, you're okay. You're fine. I mean, you don't have to can back a little, but I between your retained earnings and your gross doubling and all of your doubling of your gross went back into the business. I doubt that back a little and take some home since you have a goal at home, you've been very responsible and obviously you're great at your business. Congratulations. Very, very well done. Hold on. I'm gonna have Kelly pick-up. We're going to give you a copy of entreleadership our book on how we run business here and hope. It's a blessing to you. Thanks for the call. Carlin is with us in Knoxville, high Carlin. How are you. I'm good. How are you better than I deserve what's up. Well, I'm looking for some advice from you. I on my own home right now. I have about a hundred forty, four thousand dollars left on my mortgage. And my question is, eventually I would like to move to a little bit bigger of a house. This is like my starting out house, ethnic audit of more to small all done with baby steps. One, three in January or February question is how does it work? Whatever you want to pay down your mortgage and also be saving for a house? Like do I pay heavy picket my equity up in the house? Do I not do that? Hurt anything to throw it all in the equity in the house. Because if you bought move up and house your sell this one, and when you sell this one, they give you check at closing for your equity. So the money's not lost when you pay the mortgage down and it's really a pretty good return because it's your mortgage interest rate is ready to return. You can't get that on a savings. So if you want to build up a little bit of a house fund and throw the rest of it at the mortgage aggressively and use that as your method to move up. That's a pretty good method like it to go. Kiddo. You got this on the run. This is the Dave Ramsey.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"This one morally ethically weird but that is very weird this one is different though because if you look at the email trail his clearly broken the wall it's not any mcginnity about this what he was doing behalf this chickfila is a clear blatant violation of federal law he should be under his dated not not not a gray area thing any one of these would have gotten cabinet official just completely run ten for some reason i don't understand why trump sticks with this guy he's hurting trump's own well and and lisa elise how do republicans stick with with it i tried to write some of these downs seriously they're just so many ethical scandals here i just i can't keep up with them but he had a sweetheart deal on lodging with lobbyists he lied about it then he lied about those lobbyists having business before the epa you get caught in lies had some bizarre situation where people had to come in and like kick down the door to his apartment the middle of the day yes at maxwell smart phone booth that costs like forty three forty four thousand dollars as willie said he demands excessive security details wanted the sirens to be like blaring who's going through washington dc was told that wasn't protocol fired the guy who said that he wanted the trump mattresses at discount this chick fillet i mean thousands of dollars in silver pins how can republicans ever run against the swamp as long as this guy is still working this guy is a worst example of swamp like behavior since lbj left washington dc on january twenty first like nineteen sixty nine how is it not crony capitalism when you are using your position as the head of the to try to broker a chick fillet franchise for your family all those other ethical transgressions and misuse of government funds were pollen and upsetting but this one just really takes the cake because it is just not even trying to move off the government in steel government funds for bedazzled pins to get your own chickfila franchise which and personally a little jealous about because i i love chick fillet.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I wanna thank you for everything that you do you like you change your life brother i just showed you how i'm proud of you well done open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five corey is in palm beach corey how are you okay dave how are you better than i deserve how can i help i had a question for you i currently have a student loan about about thirty three forty four thousand dollars and i'm in plan call income driven plan where i'm a police officer and if i hit over ten year period they all remaining balance yuck and the payment and the payments are currently like two hundred bucks a month how are you i'm thirty four years how long you been that plan i've been in the last two years okay no i don't wanna stay in that eight more years sucks who wants to be in debt for eight years what are you what's your household income my helpful income on that plan no no no you're that planning to do with it i'm talking about your household income what do you make or are you married i yet by erica what are you and your wife mike what's your household income a hundred sixty thousand dude give sallie mae her victim papers get that ugly woman out of your house seriously for i'm not screwing around with forty three thousand you're gonna one hundred sixty kill at thing man in the street get your life back don't play footsie with the government for eight years and hope they don't change something one thing you know for sure they're going to screw with a student loan mess there's one point three trillion dollars in student loan debt and there's people run around all over the culture screaming that somehow the taxpayer who loaned them as money has done them wrong i gotta tell you man there this is not going to go well long term you want out of student loan debt as fast as you can possibly get out this political climate is not gonna allow a lot of these things to happen the way they've been happening it's gotta stop at some point so hey thanks for the call we appreciate you joining us.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Slept in the shit i don't know so you might have them by the call just back than his i don't know us but a look at this and i say this is exactly why i cannot sleep in a car or bus anything moving on four wheels i can't do it because now sleep on the plane because on a plane i mean they take every precaution to make sure that you don't die you know you got the you got the copilot autopilots safety pilot you got a ground control you know you too much traffic traffic control you got secret air ranger who's got a gun terrorism you know they don't always work but hey you'll chance the are diminished greatly so i'm a little more comfortable on the plane plus you on a plane for that long if i'm in a car my friend driving chances are he's just hungover as i am yeah he ain't and he's not getting paid and chances are i didn't give them no gas money so the buffalo sleeping might open up that doing push my you know i cannot fall asleep in a car or bus anything because of that i'm so scared of buses weaving and drivers falling asleep is just too much room for error and here's the other thing i've seen i've seen how much bus drivers and people who work at the ground bus station get paid i looked looked up today you see the highest paid person on here is the bus driver in native get fifty thousand a year they get forty four thousand dollars a year in the prostitutes at the bus station probably make it more.

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"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"forty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Okay they have probably around forty four thousand dollars in credit card debt what else um that's it they'll on their car they own their car yes they have lower an older vehicle that's been paid for one just wanted the contract and um we'll try and what is their income they're both retired uh he's seventy five and a half she sixty six and a half their income um is basically social security uh his social security her social security and then they have an annuity that pays them payments monthly which the total of all three is three thousand seven hundred and sixty three dollars much was in the end um the annuity are they get payments from um i i don't know a whole lot about this but i i saw paperwork that said as of the end of december of last year the balance was sixty four thousand five hundred and four dollars so basically we have one hundred thousand dollars in equity we have sixty four thousand dollars and we have versus a forty four thousand dollar debt and they don't make enough income to pay their house pilot that's how they've gone into critical your house came in as a little over a thousand dollars on tell you about house payments two hundred thousand dollars worth of debt cannot be supported on three thousand dollars a month iraq that's how they got into credit card debt because they're all there can there how he palin and then they be use credit cards to live.

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