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Dallas, North Texas Cities Cracking Down On New Year’s Eve Illegal Fireworks And Gunfire

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas, North Texas Cities Cracking Down On New Year’s Eve Illegal Fireworks And Gunfire

"As we approach new year's eve health authorities and local officials are again urging north texans to welcome 2021 safely at home meanwhile they're also warning that adding illegal fireworks to those celebrations could be costly. The dallas police department cracking down on fireworks and celebratory gunfire. This new year's eve there reminding everyone that getting caught with fireworks could lead to a two thousand dollar fine shooting off. Celebratory gunfire is a four thousand dollar fine and a possible year in jail after hundreds of of nine nine one one one one calls calls last last year. year. Dpd Dpd says says they they are are taking taking a a more more widespread widespread approach approach this this year. year. Fire Fire inspectors inspectors will will also also be be working working with with police police going going on those

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Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older

Environment: NPR

05:16 min | Last month

Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older

"It's chilly across the country today. Highs of just fifty eight in miami and sixteen in minneapolis which makes minnesota colder than an arctic as mcmurdo station but the cold weather doesn't last forever in the twin cities and in antarctica. It does ice their last hundreds of thousands even millions of years and as npr's nell greenfieldboyce reports that makes an arctic the perfect place to find some of the oldest ice in the world. Just how old is the oldest ice. On earth john higgins says. Nobody really knows you know. Would i be surprised at this point. We had five million-year-old is i mean. I'd be surprised. But not it's not unfathomable i think he and some colleagues recently collected ice samples in antarctica. That were later analyzed and shown to be as old as two point six million years. It's beautiful stuff when you pull out. The is it. Essentially as crystal clear accepted filled with tiny bubbles the bubbles contain air from when the ice formed and this trapped air is what scientists are really after higgins says if you want to understand how gases like carbon dioxide have affected the climate throughout history. You know you can't really do better other than getting a time machine and going back in time and taking an air sample then using these ice cores which physically just trap samples of ancient air to release that ancient air. All you have to do is melt the ice. That's the sound of a research camp manager in antarctica making drinking water by melting scraps of two hundred thousand year old ice in a metal pot to actually collect an analyze the release gases however ancient is has to melt in a lab. Sarah shackleton studies old princeton where she gets to watch the trapped air bubble out and that is something that i don't know if i'll ever get sick of watching. It's actually like pretty mesmerizing and one thing. That's released surprising every time to muse. Just how much gas is actually in the ice. She says it's a lot and samples from time. Periods undergoing past climate changes could be used to help make predictions about the future. One of the biggest questions in terms of kind of the modern warming and look anthropogenic. Climate changes helmich warming. Do should we expect with the amount of co two that we have in the atmosphere now. Antarctica has been covered by an ice sheet for at least thirty million years. But it's actually pretty hard to find really old ice. John gooch is a geologist. At the university of minnesota he says while snowfalls constantly add new layers of ice to the top of the ice sheet the oldest layers at the bottom can disappear. That's because of geothermal heat coming up from the ground so the rocks are giving off heat of slowly over time and so that has the potential to melt ice at the bomb. Still bits of super old ice like that two point six million year old sample can sometimes be preserved at the ice sheets edges the older snippets of ice. That we've been able to find come from places where the ice has flowed up against a mountain range and been exposed at the surface in those spots though. The ice can be all jumbled up and messy. It's not nice layers that have been laid down sequentially over a long continuous stretch of earth's history to get a neatly layered ice sample like that. Scientists need to drill straight down through the thick icesheet so far the oldest ice collected that way goes back eight hundred thousand years. Gooch says the goal now is to drill down a couple of miles to reach ice. That's older a million to two million years old whether or not we'll be able to find it at the bottom of the ice sheet where we can recover a relatively simple continuous record. Is i guess. That's the sixty four thousand dollar question at team from china has drilling underway a group from europe. We'll start in november. What everyone wants is i-i samples that cover a key time period about a million years ago. When there was a dramatic shift in the planet cycle of ice ages. Those had been coming every forty thousand years or so but for some reason that pattern ended and it changed to every one hundred thousand years instead unto us working on climate. That's a really big deal. Eric wolf is a climatologist with the university of cambridge in the united kingdom. It's a really big question as to why that change is fundamental tower climates. Work in a way you could say. We don't really understand today's climate. If we don't understand why we live in one hundred thousand year will draw the forty thousand year world. The coronavirus pandemic basically ruins the arctic research season. That would've been happening now but starting next fall researchers will be backed down there searching for really old ice nell greenfieldboyce npr news.

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How Much Money Can You Make on YouTube?

The $100 MBA Show

07:43 min | Last month

How Much Money Can You Make on YouTube?

"Youtube is a media monster. It's such a huge platform and such a great search engine for information entertainment education. It's a real live monopoly. Nothing comes close to youtube. Yes there's video but the meals really not there as a source of media people maybe post videos and is very short in the film industry or in the arts but nobody comes close and believe it or not. It's still very early days in youtube. You still can get into youtube and really grow. I still find an astonishing. That youtube is still free. Meaning you can start a youtube channel. You can publish to the platform. You can store videos. You can accept comments. All this is free. And yes their business. Model relies on content. That will create. But you can easily charge a very small annual fee just a stroll. He's videos for crying out loud. But it's still open for everybody for free which is a great opportunity. There's over two billion logged in users every single month on youtube and this statistic is huge eighty-one percent of fifteen to twenty five year olds are on youtube. This means the existing and future generations in the next five to ten years that are spending. Money are on this platform over five hundred hours of video uploaded to youtube every single minute and ask business. Youtube is not going anywhere in the us alone. They made five point. Five billion dollars in revenue in just twenty twenty. So what are your options when it comes to earning an income on youtube. Well the obvious option is to become a creator being a youtuber. Were you publish content on youtube channel and youtube places ads on your video when people watch those ads. You get a bit of money now. How much money. You might be surprised about this figure. But i do research based on other youtubers. I've read forms read. It's an on average for every thousand video views. You can earn between three and five dollars. Why the range will depend on. Popular channel is how in demand. Your videos are Retention rates all that kind of stuff it also depends on the length of the video. How many ads are on that video. All that kind of stuff. But this is just general Barometer for you so if a video gets let's say ten thousand views you're probably gonna make around forty dollars on that video so just off that rough number you might be thinking. Wow that's not that much money that means if a video got a million views which is absolutely incredible. Very hard to do that. Video would earn ten four. To five thousand dollars in ad revenue. Now you can see why youtubers true publish as many videos as possible. The try to get you to subscribe So you can watch those videos reminder to watch those videos the do a lot of seo. They wanna get people searching and finding their videos and watching those it is even if subscribers because their ad revenue dollars count on the fact that people click on videos. Watch the videos watch threats now in order for you to even monetize. Your channel youtube requires you to have a thousand subscribers to your channel. This is a new rule that they place maybe a few years ago When i started on youtube this wasn't there also have to have at least four thousand watched two hours in the last twelve months so you can't just have a bunch of subscribers and Views to another rough estimate. I know noah kagan recently launched a video on youtube talking about How much money the earn on ads in washington. Ads run on his channel and they earn between three to four thousand dollars a month and they have a hundred thousand subscribers around one hundred thousand subscribers and a takes a lot of work. I mean no has been working on his youtube channel four years publishing great grey videos on a regular basis highly produced a well edited very engaging. So if you're looking to make money on youtube as a youtuber solely on ad revenue this has got to be your main game. This has got to be your Dedicated craft where you're trying your best to produce amazing content gray videos gray editing and those who make a healthy income six figures seven figures on youtube the really catering to a large large audience. They're trying to mass a huge audience and often niches that are in comedy entertainment sports tech things that will appeal to the masses. Now if your business is not one of those knee shes don't worry that's not the only way you can make money on youtube ad. Revenues only one way. And it's actually not the one way. I would recommend videos agree to build relationships. It's a good way to start the relationship to educate people to give content I would say second to blogging. Videos are incredibly powerful and it's becoming more and more a seo powerhouse. People search for certain things videos will come up so see youtube as a way for you to get in front of your audience and give them great value in exchange. They're going to check you out. Check out your work. Subscription newsletters Understand what you and take you up on it. A lot of companies have started youtube channels solely on the fact that youtube is so powerful and they can get in front of their audience. Very easily one caveat. Though you're in the video business in youtube you're basically becoming a media company in any kind of investment you're gonna make in content marketing. You need to be consistent. You need to be committed. This means consistently producing great video great content. Then it's a lot of work to create a video so whatever it is whether you decide to create a video every two weeks or every month you gotta stick to it. It's a lot of work in my recommendation is to get somebody dedicated to this on your team or you dedicate yourself if this is something you enjoy doing now. I don't recommend that because you need to run a business so hiring one person to run your youtube channel is the bare minimum in my Estimation you should really have somebody and they could be the talent that could be the person in front of camera. But they're they're the person that has to be responsible for producing these videos on a consistent basis. Very much like podcasting Your youtube subscribers are looking forward to the next release. They are expecting the next piece of content from you and you got to fulfill those expectations and utah will reward you for that consistency for the constant effort to adding to their great content on the platform. And yes you can also monetize and make some Money on the side based on your views but in this strategy your mean goal here is to build a relationship with the larger audience. that's on youtube With people that are searching for certain terms getting them to get your website get on your email lists and continue growing that relationship there so they can become a customer if you want to check out some examples of companies. Have done this really. Well checkout prophet. Well patrick campbell and his team has done incredible job with their youtube channel. Checkout podesta's youtube channel. I mentioned a noah kagan. He's done a great job with his youtube channel. Brian deane from back lincoln. Also a business. That sells seo courses advice. Coaching and he's built an incredible. Seo base channel on youtube.

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Trump threatens to not sign COVID-19 bill, wants bigger stimulus cheques

NPR Politics Podcast

04:53 min | Last month

Trump threatens to not sign COVID-19 bill, wants bigger stimulus cheques

"Speaking of holiday cheer. After seven months of roiling congressional negotiations congress passed a landmark relief deal. Everybody got on the same page. The seem to be a problem that was solved and then last night. President trump sent a tweet. The bill they are now planning to send back to. My desk is much different than anticipated. It really is a disgrace so aiysha. This was not an explicit veto threat. But it kind of was and the president made this after the bill had already been passed. What exactly does he want here. Yes so the president is asking for explicitly asking for a bigger payments Stimulus payments for individuals two thousand dollars for individuals. Four thousand dollars for couples He also said he wanted The tax break that was brought back in this Bill to last for longer than what is in the bill. Right now This tax break is known as the three martini. Lunch tax break by critics of who say that it benefits you know executives more than it will benefit struggling restaurants but those are some of the things he also raise these concerns about other things being in the bill not seemingly acknowledging that this isn't just a covert relief package but this is a a spending bill. It's the the relief package is coupled with the spending bill that funds the entire government. Right right. I mean these. These are programs that the president asked for his own budget months ago and programs that he has signed previous annual spending bills mean things like money for the military more money for the military money for military. Pay raises an endeared. Your we talked about this a lot but it's worth just emphasizing one. More time as the president comes out and tries to blow this up. After the bill had passed after congress has left town he was absolutely totally disengaged from these negotiations for the last few months right. I mean really. That's been the president's mo during his entire first term. I mean he. He has not really engaged that much with congress. He left the negotiations on this cove. Relief bill as he had in previous covid relief packages to his treasury secretary steven mnuchin and republicans on the hill were given the assurances that the administration was signed onto this package. And and it's it's really worth pointing out that. The the party that the president is undercutting the most here is republicans because he comes out and says i want two thousand dollar relief checks for every american republicans had negotiated this down to six hundred dollars and it was interesting. You saw a house speaker. Nancy pelosi say right right after. This video came out great. Yeah let's do two thousand dollar relief checks. I'm all for it yes. A president trump is sort of acting a bit like a grinch for republicans right. He's still in there Christmas a deal at this point. It seems like he's very angry with republicans in general and not just about this issue but really about the overall him feeling like they're not backing in his reelection bid. Right now backing. You mean saying that we're going to overturn the results of an election that oven election. Yes of an election that that happened. It seems like he's angry at them so now he's calling out you know different. Republicans whether it's senator john thune. Who's a top republican in the senate You know calling out mitch mcconnell so i it seems like this was president trump. We don't know whether he will actually veto or not but saying look i'm still the president i can still. You know demand attention and i can gum up. The works abet teardrop. Do you have any sense how this could play out going forward. I mean given that now you have democrats running in the special election in georgia. You have the house speaker saying yet. We've been pushing for bigger payments. Let's do two thousand dollars like what. What are the options going forward. And and what are the deadlines that we need to think about. I mean i think what we're looking at is a couple of deadlines one is tomorrow. The house will come in and has what. It's called a pro forma session which is really just usually like housekeeping day over the holidays. But what they're going to do tomorrow is try to pass a bill calling the president's plan and say we would like consent to increase the stimulus check payments to two thousand dollars like the president said we would expect the a house republican to object

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Trump threatens COVID relief, Pelosi urges 'sign the bill'

Democracy Now! Audio

01:50 min | Last month

Trump threatens COVID relief, Pelosi urges 'sign the bill'

"Trump threatened to thwart the nine hundred billion dollar. Bipartisan corona virus relief package which. He called a disgrace in a video released on twitter. Tuesday night as congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low. Six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars or four thousand dollars for a couple. I'm also asking congress to immediately get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary items from this legislation and to send me a suitable bill or else the next administration will have to deliver a covid relief package and maybe that administration will be me. Trump did not say whether he would veto the bill which passed with a veto proof. Majority top democrats seized on his remarks tuesday night to repeat their own calls for higher direct payments house speaker. Nancy pelosi and senate minority leader chuck schumer reminded trump republicans blocked the move pelosi tweeted. Democrats are ready to bring this to the floor this week by unanimous consent. Let's do it and progressive congress members for she to lead leave alexandria ocasio. Cortez tweeted last night. They already prepared amendment to add the two thousand dollar payments to the bill. Senator schumer responded to his tweet quote. I'm in did you say mitch. This comes as the united states is averaging over two hundred thousand new cova. Nineteen cases per day with record-breaking deaths and hospitalizations twenty twenty was the deadliest year ever and us history mostly due to the pandemic the country's on track to top three point two million this year over four hundred thousand more deaths than in two thousand nineteen

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Trump throws 'ridiculously low' relief bill in doubt

WSJ What's News

01:10 min | Last month

Trump throws 'ridiculously low' relief bill in doubt

"President trump has criticized the nine hundred billion dollar coronavirus. Relief package passed by congress earlier. This week saying it had quote almost nothing to do with covid. He made his comments in a video posted on social media. Yesterday i am asking congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars or four thousand dollars for a couple. I'm also asking congress to immediately get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary items from this legislation and to send me a suitable bill or else the next administration will have to deliver a covid relief package the move surprised lawmakers on both sides of the aisle and is likely to delay payments to americans treasury secretary steven mnuchin had said the first payments could go out at the beginning of next week. If the president doesn't sign or veto the bill within ten days. After it's passed it would become law without his signature. The white didn't immediately respond to a question about whether the president plan to veto the bill. Senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell's office declined to comment on. Trump's statements democrats said president trump signed the bill and then work with them to pass additional aid

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How often should I increase my rates?

The $100 MBA Show

08:39 min | Last month

How often should I increase my rates?

"So doug asks on cuny wednesday. How often should i increase my rates. Last time doug increases rates it was all over eighteen months ago. So it's in my opinion time to do so. I actually think the maximum time. You should wait before you increase. Prices is eighteen months actually. I think you're just at the point where you really really really should be increasing prices. Especially if you're doing regular work this whole time the value you're giving your customers day in and day out now project after project is getting better and better every day and therefore you should be charging more for the increased value. I want to address A little bit of doug's of raising his prices he does own a ternary his existing customers. Ona discourage them from working with him again. I want to tell you from a customer's point of view. Who hires a lot of freelancers. That hires a lot of employees. If i work with somebody who delivers who. I come back and work with again and again. My biggest concern is not really them. Increasing the prices. My biggest concern is that they're not gonna be able to do. The work might have to find somebody else. That's really my worry paying a little bit more in order to get the same town. Does he get the consistency to get what i expect. Is a very very small price to pay. Many people. Don't realize that from a company's point of you from our point of view consistency is so important knowing what you're gonna get Having expectations and having them fulfilled this is incredibly valuable them so they don't wanna let that go and if you say hey My prices have gone up by raise. Gone up it's not out of this world. You know this is normal. Anybody who believes the service or create any kind of content. You know musician makes more money today than they did. Three years ago because they've gotten better as a musician or an athlete or any kind of professional. Like i mentioned a doctor lawyer. A service provider plumber and again from my perspective as somebody who's hiring somebody to do a service. I'm okay with paying more. If i'm getting good work done. I actually found that higher rates are not discouraging to actually things. I look out for actually want somebody who charges a bit more for example. Your website developers. Somebody comes to me and says hey you know. I charge eighty dollars an hour. You know that might seem expensive. But that person charges eighty dollars. An hour is experienced. The know what they're doing and they're probably going to be able to complete the project faster more efficiently And more accurately than somebody who's charging maybe half that forty dollars an hour depres is going to take a lot longer is going to have a lot more roadblocks and may not be able to do the project as well as somebody who is charging much more so sometimes you actually save money in the long run and serious buyers who aren't so price sensitive are the kind of customers you want to attract so in the long run increasing. Your prices are really going to help you. Increasing your rates so minimum increase their prices every eighteen months. You can even do it every year. But that's kind of my recommendation chain a year eighteen months now how to do this well. It's very simple the next time you engage with customer you can just mentioned it. Hey by the way last time this was my rate since then i've increased my rate. It's currently this over this project. It's going to cost x. Amount of money and stop talking or stop writing a lot of people that go on and on. Is that okay with you. I hope that's okay once you is that okay with you. Ask a question. Is that okay. That is opening up a negotiation. Because they can say well actually you know if you just say it as a fact. This is my right now. This is how much it cost now. And there's no question at the end of it people gonna be like okay. That's what i gotta do now. Many service providers have done a to type pricing strategy to. I think is really good Actually increase the prices for new customers at one rate and recurring customers or a returning customers than others. So for example they'll take their rate in the increase by twenty percent. That's the new price for new customers so people that don't know any better. You know know your first price. Best the price they know and four returning customers. It's fifteen percent and you can mention this to your returning customer. Because a hey buy. New prices are twenty percent higher. My new rate is such and such but I can give you a return customer discount so it will be so so and so it'll be only fifteen percent more the shows that you respect loyalty and appreciate their business and then hey you're giving them a little something special. How much should you increase. Will it depends on how often you increase your rates. Let's say for example you're increasing. Every year i would say no less than five percent and no more than twenty percent any more than twenty percent. Twenty five thirty It becomes a dramatic jump. This is why it's more Advisable to increase their prices every year rather than waiting every two or three years because then the jumps are going to be quite high but even fifteen or twenty percent increase may not seem too high but will make a big difference for you for all your clients so say for example. You're alary fifty dollars. A twenty percent increase is only going up to sixty dollars but across all your hours across all your customers. It makes a significant difference now. One of the things i recommend is when you're delivering the change of rate to are turning customer. You can offer them to lock in a longer term package for example to have you on retainer so say for example you say hey. My hourly rate is now a hundred dollars. is usually increased my rates every twelve to eighteen months. But if you'd like you can lock in this rate for the next two years if you want to. But you'll need to commit to a certain amount of hours on retainer month so you might say i need to have ten hours on retainer every month. That means a thousand dollars every month. That means a twenty four thousand dollars for thirty two years and this can just be a retainer Four any kind of work that they need to do Maintenance work update work and then anything outside the retaining hours you can charge them early at the current rate and people that like to work with you would like to lock in a great rate that they can have and have predictable pricing for the next couple years. This could be done in a very low pressure just by the way. Here's something that i offer and you'll be surprised. How many of your customers. We'll take you up on it. Because people like to save money. People liked to lock in a discount more on today's cuny wednesday but before that. Let me love to sponsor support for today. Show comes from our very own whether ninja looking for a webinar platform to host. You're alive tourelles classes or special events feeling. You're stuck on a never ending journey to find that. Perfect webinar software. That's not gonna break the bank. We get it. 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To sign up for our next live demo. Again that's webinar. Ninja dot com slash workshop to answer. Doug question on cuny wednesday halston. Should i raise my rates. Well like i said you shouldn't wait more than eighteen months. The sweet spot is anything between every twelve and eighteen months and you can increase it as low as five percent up to twenty percent and as long as you consistently do this. Every twelve to eighteen months you'll continue to be able to charge more and earn more based on your increased value.

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Trump urges Congress to amend 'wasteful' coronavirus aid bill

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:37 min | Last month

Trump urges Congress to amend 'wasteful' coronavirus aid bill

"Trump then posted a video in which he seemed to threaten to veto the massive nine hundred billion dollar covert relief. Bill that congress just passed twenty four hours ago throughout the summer. Democrats cruelly blocked covid relief legislation in an effort to advance their extreme left-wing agenda and influence the election. The bill they are now planning to send back to. My desk is much different than anticipated. It really is. A disgrace is called the covid relief bill but it has almost nothing to do with golf. I am asking congress to amend this bill increase the ridiculously low six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars or four thousand dollars for a couple. I'm also asking congress to immediately get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary items from this legislation and to send me a suitable bill or else the next administration will have to deliver a covid relief package and maybe that administration will be me and we will get it. Done trump had been expected to sign the nearly six thousand page relief. Bill before leaving for mar-a-lago for the christmas holiday he was largely absent for the bipartisan negotiations. He never named a dollar amount. That americans should receive the bill passed. Both houses with veto. Proof majorities. This will get interesting. Because it provides aids from aid for millions of americans whose lives have been up ended by this

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Trump threatens to torpedo COVID relief with new demands

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Trump threatens to torpedo COVID relief with new demands

"President trump threatens to scuttle the coronavirus relief package passed by the house and Senate in a video posted on Twitter president trump demanded changes to the bipartisan nine hundred billion dollar relief bill after slamming the Egyptian military the Kennedy center and the Smithsonian museums trump demanded Congress increases six hundred dollar per person stipend them out back by the Republican leadership increased the ridiculously low six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars or four thousand dollars for a couple house speaker Nancy Pelosi fired off her own tweet at last the president has agreed to two thousand dollars adding Democrats are ready to bring this to the floor this week by unanimous consent let's do it the huge package cleared both the Senate and house by lopsided numbers enough to override a veto should trump decide to take that step to acquire Washington

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A potential bureaucratic dispute could slow down the birth of 5G internet

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:19 min | 3 months ago

A potential bureaucratic dispute could slow down the birth of 5G internet

"The US needs a five G. Network that much everyone agrees on. This is the network that would allow things like fully self-driving cars Internet. That's a hundred times faster. But it turns out. There are a couple big questions not fully resolved in Washington I who should build and operate parts of this network and second who's responsible for giving up the airwaves that it would run on. We point this out because the FCC's looking at auctioning off some of the government owned electromagnetic spectrum. So companies can use it for five G. and at the same time. The Department of Defense is looking at leasing out some of that same spectrum. So I asked Craig Moffett analysts for telecom and media research for Muffin Nathanson. Who is in charge here? That's the sixty four thousand dollar question. Historically, the FCC has always been in charge of spectrum at least for commercial purposes. What's been proposed here is unusual in that the Department of Defense is suggesting something that is a bit of a hybrid, build their own network that they would then make available through some mechanism to commercial carriers, and that starts to crossover fairly clearly into the commercial sphere. Will this all sounds frankly dysfunctional. You have two major government agencies not on the same page over how to govern a piece of technological real estate. What are the consequences of this situation yet look dysfunctional doesn't begin to capture. It seemed fairly clear that the dod didn't know what the FCC was doing that the FCC. Didn't know what the DOD was doing and that parts of the dod didn't know what other parts of the Dod we're doing. Dysfunctional. Is being polite. It is a mess. There is this on again off again conversation over whether the US needs a national five G. Network run by the government or a private sector driven network, which is where we've been going how does this dispute over spectrum and you know who can Lisa rock it out fit into that conversation? Well I it's very much part and parcel of the same discussion. The idea that we should have a nationally coordinated response rather than a commercially driven response. I reared its head in the beginning of twenty eighteen and it was soundly repudiated by everybody in in government within a matter of days after it went public and it went underground and then came back again and then it was repudiated by everybody and went underground. And came back again and it keeps coming back. It's sort of this Zombie that can't be killed. This country has committed. I think fairly clearly since one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, and the break-up of the bell system that we're going to pursue a private enterprise approach to telecom rather than a government regulated monopoly approach, and you can see a tremendous amount of tension ideologically among different parts of the government about whether that's appropriate. Is there any merit to the idea of a national five G. Network just because? It just sounds maybe more efficient than having a bunch of private companies build their own separate versions. Yeah. There are two arguments here. The the first one is time to market and at its very core, the motivation for government intervention and the motivation of certain participants and names that have been attached to this concept like Eric. Schmidt, the former chairman and CEO of Google, for example, is this belief that the US is moving too slowly and that China is taking the lead and that has two consequences. One that there will be a more robust equipment ecosystem were or supply chain. That evolves around the Chinese five G. Network, and therefore, there will be critical infrastructure that we simply can't produce in the Western Hemisphere. So so that's part one part two is this view that if we don't move fast enough, then China will start to develop the economic ecosystem that rides on top of five G., all the applications that will emerge that we can imagine yet but out of four g came companies like Uber and facebook arguably really grew into what it is today because of four g and so so all the innovation that comes on top of a platform like this. is feared to becoming too slowly because the US may fall behind China in developing our five G. Network. That's separate and apart from the question of just is it economically sensible to have three or potentially four different companies building five G. networks instead of having one national platform that then everybody shares or at least chairs some part of and buys capacity from. So let's say that this conflict between UFC indeed doesn't resolve and this big midsection of spectrum disease just stays locked up, is it still going to be possible for you know verizon or whoever to buy five g service to all of us? The short answer is, yes. There are other solutions besides this particular block of spectrum. So. Most of the world, it started down the path of mid band spectrum before the US. 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Trusting Yourself with Kay Lopez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:14 min | 3 months ago

Trusting Yourself with Kay Lopez

"K. Welcome to government palm thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here and tastes space with you I'm excited. Let's dive in. Let's dive in. Tell us who these K- what's your heritage I am Mexican American first generation. My family is from automakers go first generation. So you were born here yet I was born in Houston Texas Houston Nice you've left in a lot of places. Yes. So I lived in New York New York. was really a five year. Plan. which turned into an eight year adventure and after the eight year mark I was like you know what it's time to move again. So the West Coast was calling at, it was time to make that big jump. So I've been jumping around coast to coast. Now let's talk about what made you decide to go to New York. It's so interesting because it kind of relates to what's happening now in terms of the economy recession and reading the happening. So when I graduated graduated during the recession. It was very difficult time to. New in my specific industry will for everyone just graduated in trying to build their career might track was very specific in communications and advertising and being in Texas. I was so limited to what roles rick available to me and I really needed to think about my career was a very hard decision to make need my family being the first in my family to say peace everybody. Being. The eldest in a female, it was hard but I needed and I really had this desire to accomplish my dreams career. Wise. So really wasn't planned in my head. I was like eventually I'm going to move to New York. So a friend invited me to her wedding. She was originally from Houston she moved to New York. She met someone amazing. She was you know having her wedding she sent me the invite and I went to the wedding and it was only supposed to be for the weekend. So I had obviously packed lightly and then the night before my fly I was the Brooklyn Bridge with a friend and I said you know what? I don't think I'm going back home. What girl your flight is like at five in the morning. Midnight where you talking about he's like, where are you going to stay and I was like you know what I think this is it. I think this is my moment and I miss my fly and I called my parents that five in the morning. So I literally woke them up my dad the phone and I could hear my mom and she was automatically like worried like who is it and why is she calling? So early like what's happening I was three in the morning. It was like around two o'clock So they automatically you know freaked out and I told my dad, you know he was just waking up so you could hear his yeezy could hear him like confused and he was like dusted. And I was like, Yeah Pa. Did limit that. Go Gin. And They Like I'll figure it out I. Think I'M GONNA. Have a few friends that I went to college with and I'm just into a little couch surfing and that's what I did and it was the craziest thing that I had ever done in my life that no one thought that I was boy to ever do because I was always you know I was sheltered and that was my journey to new. York was like, okay I'm here I'm going to go through this five years just build my resume and go back to my family five years turned into eight and you know that's really how I moved to New York it was just really wanting to reach my dreams and see how much I can accomplish on my own I. Love it after that phone call with your dad and your one suitcase. So you bounced couch served all that stuff. So because if people are listening there like you know I want to take off and like just do it right especially in the middle of a recession. What was the first thing you did? Well to prepare for that was I created a list of all the places that I wanted to work at. So I already had like a vision in terms of like, okay. Where these are the companies I'm going to fight to make sure that I was prepared in terms of like my portfolio examples I only had one internship when I. Finished College. So I didn't have too much like actual work to show at a lot of like comps in examples of what I could create but I had a strong portfolio might professor reviewed all of that I had resume that again, my professors have looked at and I had that list at working list of like, okay. These are the companies that I'm going to hit up and. I that's exactly what I had with me. I didn't have a lot of money had four thousand dollars to my name and anyone who has been to New York or knows New York that's nothing. Right while name that is not and it was you know sitting at McDonald's and eating the dollar menu the cheeseburgers in the coffees in sitting there with my notebook in my laptop my. Old Laptop in like scratching now, agencies that I had a I to like motivating myself every day on top of the pressure like my parents constantly calling checking in on me and wanted to know my progress was

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A domain name for Big Think

Recession-Proof Startups (manual)

01:49 min | 3 months ago

A domain name for Big Think

"What happened when you tried to get that? So this was my first lesson and basically content ownership. We thought the big think would would have been much better because there were some websites out there. So I'm not in front of it seemed fancy couldn't get it. We tried it turned out to be owned by some Australian person maybe still owns it never responded. So the next best thing we thought was big think and we negotiated with South Koreans to get it and we paid I think was thirty-two or thirty-four thousand dollars back as large portion of the money that we raised but we got it and while it seemed like a drawback at the time big think is far better than they'll be think. Yeah way that Facebook felt that it wanted to be a Facebook. Like I went back to see what was on the site. It was one of those cheap old linked sites that that Google hated because basically every link on the site was some kind of affiliate paid per click type of thing. There was ink there was ink cartridges are plane tickets et cetera. So if you end up on big think. Com back in 2004, you're basically being hustled off to some kind of Advertiser. They wanted $100,000 for the site. How did you get them down to 30? Well, first of all, we would never have 800,000 even though maybe we should have it was just about I was constantly I never spoke to them on email with them and Thursday. We compromised and after a few weeks they agreed. I don't remember how we exactly got it, but it was just like we are going no no no higher than this and we have other options. They finally agreed

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Willy Woo on Why It's 'an Extremely Great Time to Buy Bitcoin'

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:25 min | 3 months ago

Willy Woo on Why It's 'an Extremely Great Time to Buy Bitcoin'

"This was quite weak for Bitcoin and crypto in general with pave announcing that it will allow it's three hundred and forty-six million customers to hold bitcoin ether and other cryptocurrencies as well as use them to pay pay. Pals Twenty six million merchants. Avenues the price of Bitcoin shot up briefly flirting with thirteen thousand dollars. What do you make of PAYPAL's news? yeah. Well. It's very much significant if you were to look it on chain, exactly how many people actually holding the coins in the Wallet? Well it currently is only twenty three point four million holds on shade and if you count the exchanges, these one, hundred and one million. Active unique accounts so if you look at cal, it's all mice five times it's four, hundred, eighty million. So you know this the absolute unlock to the mainstream Mac here to excess bitcoin. Way In excess of what we currently have in numbers. Before that news broke, you had been tweeting a bit about how bitcoins price behaviors have been changing. One of your tweets showed a chart of coin dormancy against the bitcoin price and you tweeted dormancy is a measure of old hands selling out as interesting to see old hands reliably sold tops. Until this present cycle, they sold the bitcoin bottom at three, three, thousand, four, thousand dollars they are selling right now. So when you say this this present cycle, what time period are you talking about and why do you think the Behavioral Behavior Fall Chances. Changing. This this is the current cycle of the coin cycles. Every four years because the happening that's kind of impulse of. Of supply reduction, and so we get into these four year macro cycles in this particular cycle is interesting in the we had the fist. Through of exchanges with the lights, of bit mix. Introduced in the telling twenty seventeen and with the crazy leverage is these guys can do on these exchanges they. They have dominated the volume on. Against you know the the organic sputnik people would normally come in and by the coins move muffins the wallets. So when you've got this out live, Oh, you on derivative markets where traders cabin and trade against each other. They play a whole lot of strategic games. You Know Defensive Lines I. It to playing a game of gridiron where you going yards and you're trying to push the other side over the they back trace in. So we're in this era of derivative dominance where it's trade a game. So you see if you look at the chat of Bitcoin, we had this very nice organic. Movements and price. It was very effective fundamentals of visas coming in, and since twenty seventeen, the telling twenty seen really coming into twenty eighteen and into now we've had a crazy whip sore in the price action. It's like you can see the six thousand sort of band that we head and twenty. Eighteen in it plummeted down to three thousand. That was all trade against. On. Exchanges and so what I think's happening is that the old hand Wales, the Oggi's that voted to Bitcoin, wipe win, and the obviously highly capitalize in the boys being out of cell tops the not currently equipped to play the very sophisticated trade games that helped him unto exchanges. So that not selling the top selling the bottoms right now. and. So I don't fully understand. You know when you talk about this kind of game. What is it? You know just from? hodler perspective, it should be. You know something straightforward. You buy low you sell when it's high. So what is going on? Exactly that's keeping them from being able to do that. You know this obviously is a hotly you'll going to organically by and hold for long term sort of held that if you these terrific of exchanges. All you're doing is making bids long shore the prices, go one way or the other, and if I'm correct I make a lot of money in. So what actually happens is there if you see, for example, the gene rural market, the general traders which of unsophisticated traders they may be going long. So if your though the winner. you'll the whale onto exchanges and the winners team to be one to the Mac out according to picnics ninety nine seat lose. you're the guy with. Tens of millions of dollars of what we call Ammo. To bad to push the MAC at one way. So for example, if you've one's going long. And I'm the one percent. Well, I'm going to choice it and I'm going to sell and I'm going to sell in the NFL I may even sell on spot exchanges to to push the price down and I'm trying to push the price down below the defensive line of people going long because if you going long you bidding on a going out, but you do have this. Line in the sand where if you're wrong, you're either liquidated will you have a stop loss where you can a sell out both both cases you're going to sell out? So what the whales do is they they counted trade you they pushed the price below your offensive line, and at that point you have to sell in and then suddenly the price plummets and then thou- group at the bottom and they win and so you know that happens with your long assured the the ninety nine percent lose, and this is a derivative. Casino game. With with they're very smart sophisticated players. That have now entered bitcoin is completely breaking headache

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Poverty Levels In Minority Communities On The Rise

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:53 min | 3 months ago

Poverty Levels In Minority Communities On The Rise

"This week applications for unemployment benefits jumped unexpectedly to their highest since August this new economic report by Columbia. University. Finds that millions more Americans are falling into poverty with the expiration of benefits from the cares act. It also says black people and Latinos are more than twice as likely as white people to be poor in this country people like, Jasmine, a twenty, two year old black woman here in Washington. DC, we aren't using Jasmine's full name because of the social stigma associated with poverty. She tried to get pandemic unemployment assistance back in the spring when everything shut down and she couldn't start a new job at national stadium I was receiving. Five hundred dollars a week. It was rarely enough, but it helped me out and. That stop. believe in June. And ever since then I've been going through a lot of financial burden jasmine is a single mom she's home with her four young kids including a three month old making it impossible to look other work she's already burned through the four thousand dollars she managed to save up while receiving assistance like I've spent all. From my pool and being accused me like orange and where I think ED's. and. It hasn't gotten that far with Congress unable to agree on a new round of Corona virus assistance people like Jasmine are slowly dropping further into poverty every day we're going to dig into the causes of this with William. Spriggs. He's the chief economist for the AFL CIO and also a professor of economics at Howard University in Washington. Thanks for being here this morning. Thanks for having me. What's GonNa Happen to people like Jasmine if Congress can't agree on more federal aid. For the moment, some people depending on where they live or benefiting from the halting of evictions that means they're building up arrears and their rent many of them because they don't have a flow of income are also building up whereas when utilities or they're borrowing from Peter to pay Paul and they're building up careers there as well. The problem for others is they are in places where he fictions are taking place. there. quaint to need extra deposit in order to get the next rent, their credit score will have suffered. In some cases, people are sophisticated enough to use the forbearance that's out there for credit cards. Many people don't know about this, and some of them are getting penalties for missing credit card payments. Cycle that keeps feeding and pushing people further into this place. Exactly. It spirals out of control in the problem is, as you mentioned on unemployment insurance claims while we did see the rebound that everyone expected. That we found has slowed and the last three months we've seen progressively lower job creation a build up of people who are now permanently unemployed as opposed to people reporting that they're temporarily unemployed and for African Americans the labor market is now turn back to its discriminating itself and I was Gonna ask about that I mean. This is hitting a blacks in America and Latinos harder than whites. This is a big question and a lot of it is structural but can you give a concise answers to why? Well there's clear discrimination labor market. So the unemployment rate last month for high school dropouts. was lower than the block an appointment. That's the depth of the discrimination that black workers space that their unemployment rate is higher than the unemployment rate of high school dropouts of this nation. LemMe ask when it comes to children child poverty. Is that a recent study by the University of Chicago, Notre Dame found that black people and kids have been hit so hard if we can't turn things around what is life like for those chiltern. The real tragedy we know that spells of poverty permanently scarred show because they fall behind on so many dimensions and that's why it's necessary that we stop this economic pain. As soon as possible it's a long term S- growing for our economy, not just the scoring we're having immediately, which is very deep to our labour-market. William Springs is the chief economist for the AFL CIO. He's also a professor of economics at Howard. University. We so appreciate you taking the time this morning. Thank you. Thank you.

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Inequities Of The Pandemic

The Indicator from Planet Money

03:46 min | 3 months ago

Inequities Of The Pandemic

"Right here we go four inequities, the covert pandemic I up growing racial and ethnic inequality according to a recent survey by Pew Research. Throughout. The pandemic. Black. Hispanic. Families have struggled to make payments on their bills, things like health care bills or mortgage payments more than white families. One clear reason why is that black and Hispanic adults have been more likely to lose their jobs than white adults but another big reason is that white households had so much more wealth before the pandemic. Here are some staggering data points as of last year the median black household had about twenty four, thousand dollars in total wealth and the media. In Hispanic household had just a bit more about thirty, six, thousand dollars but the median white household had a hundred and eighty nine thousand dollars in wealth. That's just a huge gap. Also, white families are more likely to own shares in the stock market and to own their homes, and since both the stock market and home prices are actually higher. Now than they were before the pandemic wealth inequality has almost certainly gotten even wider, and this also means that white families just had more of an economic cushion going into the pandemic they had more savings and more stuff they could sell to help them get by when the. Economy started to go bad. The second inequity exacerbated by the pandemic is a pretty straightforward one people who make lower wages have been much more likely to lose their jobs because of the pandemic then people who get paid higher wages a big reason for this industries that pay low average wages, which include jobs in restaurants and bars and retail stores have themselves been more likely to have shutdowns or lose business then industries that pay wages like finance or law. In fact, people who work in these low wage industries are roughly three times more likely to have lost jobs since February and to still be out of work than. People who work in high wage industries, and that trend also overlaps with the third inequity, which is about the labor market for people with different educational backgrounds for adults with college degrees. Their total number of jobs is almost back to exactly where it was before the pandemic even started but there are still twelve percent fewer jobs for people with only high school degrees and eighteen percent fewer jobs for people who did not graduate high school, and there is another really incredible statistic that gets at the difference between people who have college degrees and people don't, and that is this is the ability to work remotely way from the office. Sixty seven percent of college graduates who have jobs can do those jobs from home for high school graduates. Only twenty five percent can work from home, which makes it hard for them to keep their jobs at a time of social distancing and business lockdowns. And the fourth inequity is widening gender inequality. There's more than two and a half million fewer women in the US labor force. Then there were before the pandemic and being out of the labor force by the way means that you don't have a job and also that you're not looking for a job possibly because you have other responsibilities like tending to a sick relative or watching the. Kids and women have been dropping out of the labor force in much higher numbers than men since the pandemic started. So explanation for these differences is that women are heavily concentrated in some of the industries that have had the highest losses things like teaching food service working in hotels. Another possible explanation is the pay gap between men and women women earn less money on average than men. Do, and so in couples where both spouses work, it can end up making more economic sense for the women to step out of the workforce if someone has to stay home and care for the children or the home, and in this pandemic, working mothers of young kids have been roughly three times more likely to lose their jobs than working fathers.

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What to expect from iPhone 12 online event

The Vergecast

01:31 min | 3 months ago

What to expect from iPhone 12 online event

"Are you? What are you expecting out of Apple? Well I always know what I'm hoping for, and then what I'm like realistically expecting. So I'm expecting the new iphones basically, it'd be the focus they talked about speed. So yeah, five G. faster chips faster screen maybe fingers crossed hoping actually we should talk about that. We're going to get the the topic today by the way of Samsung we're going to get into Samsung. Like how they deal with screens but I've been saying that at a thousand bucks, you should expect a high refresh rate and I think even saying that some similar things but is that is it okay that apple doesn't like generally the rest of their animations are really smooth or is it like this is a mess you know it's so for Apple, there's a couple of. Weird specifics that apply to them. So number one for me, the iphone is these smooth is sixty hertz phone that I consistently use all give them that but also to apple's like the one company that consistently gets away with the four thousand dollars I should be getting this SPEC and I'm not. They don't get away from that as far as numbers on paper. Pretty. Constantly. So we're not GONNA get a huge four, thousand, five, hundred, million, battery we're. Not GonNa get US sixty four megapixel camera but just you know higher frustrate is one of those things I just I love it on every other phone I can't expect it to not be awesome on the iphone just give it to US already. Yeah. Right. Had It on the IPAD for. Years to have something like that. I mean I'm expecting the exact same thing. I'm hoping that the stuff with like the the wide band doesn't mean that it's more expensive on verizon decided to do that for millimeter wave because a bunch of other people been doing matt but I guess we'll see

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The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

Warm Regards

07:53 min | 3 months ago

The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

"Nathaniel I'm really excited to have you on the show today. I have never seen so much discussion about get out the vote efforts around a midterm election. So were really here. We're really happy to have you here in excited to have you on the show. Well thank you jacqueline and thank you Ramesh I'm I'm really excited to be here with you guys. So, do you do you feel like we're seeing something different in this election we keep hearing all these projections about how college students are really GonNa vote this time and You know the projected voter turnout is really high in various places and I think I just read an article that my home state of Vermont has something like a ninety two percent. Voter registration rate for the state, which is crazy. Awesome. So do you do you feel something's different? Are we going to see a shift from the from the recent past? Yes. I absolutely feel like something is different. A field director just told me about an hour ago that a million people have already voted in Florida so far as also voting. and they're in person early voting hasn't started yet. So all of these people are people who requested that ballots be mailed to them. And have already made them back in and just to put that number in context just to give you a denominator I think barely six million people voted in the twenty fourteen midterms and Florida. So the hot a million people have already voted mean something's going on now who are those people that I can't tell you? I can't tell you with whether these are young people storm in the polls or liberals or conservatives I don't know. But you're right that there's a new energy going on this time around. Suspending of demographics mean you focus mostly on on kind of an untapped group, the the environmental movements, and we often think of environmentalists is really active in terms of making lifestyle choices. giving up meat or dairy, or or abandoning abandoning your car for a bicycle that takes a lot of effort and a lot more than going to the polls. So my question for you is, how are we doing? Are we actually voting as a group? Jacqueline you you ask the the sixty four, thousand dollar question no, we're not we're not laugh. Yeah environmentalists awful voters. I'm not going to sugarcoat it. We. We've done a lot of research on this and it's pretty easy to measure because weather you vote or not, and a lot of Americans don't know this. Whether you voter not as public, record. Now. I'll never be able to look up who Ramesh voted for or who jacqueline voted for but I can absolutely look up which elections you vote in in which elections you don't. And so people are able to run large polls and build predictive models and identify all the environmentalists in various states. And it turns out. That environmentalists. Habitually under vote they vote far less often than the average voter in almost every other state and just to give you some context here, I'll use say the two thousand, sixteen presidential election as an example. In two, thousand, sixteen, Sixteen, nine percent of registered voters voted. But only fifty percent of environmentalists did. Wow Yeah and if you go back to twenty fourteen, it's even worse. Forty four percent of registered voters voted but only twenty one percent of environmentalists did. Okay. So the obvious follow up question there is why? Yeah. Why? Is that one hundred, thirty, five, thousand dollars. That's Before thousand. In one dollars. So we know some of the reasons but only some of the reasons. So part of what's going on here is just demographic correlations so I don't know what the Environmental Movement was like ten twenty thirty years ago but. It certainly isn't now. What People Imagine as the stereotypical environmentalist. The typical environmentalists now is not well, it's not me it's not some white Yuppie who hops into their electric vehicle to get to their job downtown. people who deeply care about climate and the environment are now much more likely to make less than fifty thousand dollars a year. Be African American or Latino, and live within five miles of an urban core end they are predominantly younger but that's not. Not so much the case anymore. And all of those demographic groups that I just mentioned right now. Vote less often than the average American. So part of what's going on here is just that environmentalists are likely to be part of demographic groups that just habitually under vote. But the really interesting thing. Is that's not all that's going on here because even if you look at just young. Environmentalists vote less often than the other young people. Were even if you've looked just at Latinos, the Environmental Latinos vote less often than the other Latinos. So something else is going on here and the honest answer guys is we don't know what it is because it's really easy for behavioral scientists to measure why someone takes an action. So it's really easy to set up an experiment to to figure out how to get someone to vote. What's really hard? is to figure out the opposite. What's really hard is to set up an experiment to figure out why people don't take an action like exercising or voting or or vaccinating their children or something like that. the best you can do is ask them. And when we ask environmentalists why they're not voting. They lied their pants off. They lie France off and so and I'm. That other people or So, so no not more than other people and that's a good question but no, I mean no matter how you ask the question if you try to determine why people don't vote. The responses they'll give. Our responses that they think you want to hear. What we've realized is that even non voters still buy into the societal norm that voting is a good thing. So everybody wants to be known as a voter. Just, like everybody wants you to think that they brush your teeth, brush their teeth or or wash their hands every time or something like that. This voting is a societal norm that we all buy into and so I ask people why they don't vote. They will often before they even give you an excuse guys. They will lie their pants off and say, Oh, no, I vote all the time Jacqueline. And we that's a lie because whether you voted not as public record, right? These people looking at their voting histories and we know that they've never voted their entire lives and they swear up and down all the time that they vote whenever there's an election and so. The honest answer to your question and it's a good one is. We. Don't know why environmentalists aren't voting, but we've got some good ideas as to how to get them

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Biden releases 2019 tax returns ahead of debate

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months 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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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And just about any and all businesses, but moving right along we were talking earlier about borrowing money from K, and why that's also a pet peeve of a lot of individuals and mine as well, but I will be hypocritical. If I didn't take the other side of the argument because I am guilty of having done that. In fact, I recall back in the mid to late nineteen ninety s where I borrowed from my 4._0._1._K the maximum that it could at the time. And I borrowed from my line of credit and bought real estate. Now, did I take risk you better believe I did? But did I know what I was doing. Well, I thought so and that real estate ended up paying off very very nicely and what happened to the stock market, by the way in two thousand three two thousand and two cratered. Yeah. So you just mentioned John one of the negatives before the break is the opportunity cost. Well, that's got to work both ways the opportunity cost is well, the market could keep going up, and you could leave some you know, some returns on the sidelines. But the market can also go down and those payments that you make back to yourself going directly into a market. That's gone down. Means you got to buy more shares cheaper prices. So when when the pundits right about that stuff. They can't just take one side of the argument and not give you the other side. Yeah, they did say can be substantial center, saying be careful. They didn't mention the other side where it can also be good. But yes, the opportunity cost you're right. A couple more of these Jerry very quickly. We've heard this one many times interest on a 4._0._1._K loan is not tax deductible. So you should never take a loan from your 4._0._1._K almost no interest anymore is tax deductible. When you think about it and mortgage, even mortgage interest for most Americans is not income tax deductible. Why? Well, that's simple married. Couples get a twenty four thousand dollar standard deduction. So your mortgage interest and your property taxes and the other schedule a deductions have to exceed twenty four thousand dollars before dollar one becomes deductible. That's true charitable contributions as well. So for many, I don't know of most is the right term. But for many that interest is not the doctor bowl and for most even if it is deductible. It's not as valuable as it used to be well, and if you put it on a credit card interest your credit card is intact. There you go. They say paying interest to yourself is not a good idea. They say that they believe four one K loans make sense many people because they're paying interest to themselves, and they say well here, I it is normally not a desirable financial strategy to pay interest of any kind second. Why would you want to pay a higher interest rate on a loan just because you're paying it to yourself that just means you have less of a paycheck to live on? Healthcare. You're paying your loan back with interest that is not deductible, but it is going into your account both the interest and the principal's going into your account. And that goes back to the argument. It's actually a pretty good idea to have borrowed the money before the market drops to pay your interest and principal back, plus your contributions dollar cost average of the market's down. So that one's kinda lame. But I mean, there's a certain element of truth to all of these. But whenever you're writing an article, you've got a skew it the way you want to skew it, right? Well, you have to and you have to come up with seven or nine or something so just to others, and I don't I don't think much of these very quickly. They say a reason you shouldn't take your 4._0._1._K.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Family hub refrigerator, which is a four thousand dollar smart fridge, the touchscreen on the door allow singles to learn about potential mates based on what they keep inside the appliance the apps website says that it will hook you up with a variety of fridges of different tastes to pick. And choose from the site. Also offers tips for users looking to use food as the pathway to someone's heart suggesting that you don't only narrows down potential mates to those with fridges that look just like yours that an unexpected mix could be just. What you were looking for. That means this could lead if nothing else, Gordon, this could lead to a surge in clean refrigerators or people fraudulently stocking the refrigerator, right like a scene out of what was it cribs from MTV. I always love that scene. If you ever saw that show, but there's always a scene where they would open up. The person's fridge. It's looked like it was very neatly sort of stock with certain items, and they were stacked in certain ways, you know, sort of to give off a certain appearance and tell something about that person. Okay. So I guess maybe you will. I'm sure they'll be websites. It'll pop up that'll tell you exactly how to set up your free. Someone will find you attractive and that kind of thing. So this is just the start. I believe it's the refrigerator dating app. Yeah. Very difficult to say I have to say I had to go over that a few times before tried to say that out loud. You. How'd you meet? Yeah. Well, we found each other on the refrigerator dating app. Yes. Yes. I guess this is by the way extraordinarily creative marketing by Samsung. Oh, yeah. Because this is totally moronic. But it's tremendous marketing by Samsung is very well done, and they deserve a round of applause. Am I guess another use for that four thousand dollar refrigerator? You I've got to find something to do with that four thousand dollar fridge. And if you think Gordon at your kids are sometimes ungrateful and don't always appreciate the many gifts that you've given them over the years. You haven't heard anything yet a twenty seven year old Indian man plans to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent Mumbai businessman Raphael. Samuel told the BBC that it's wrong to bring children into the world because then they have to put up with wife suffering Samuel says he understands that our consent can't be sought before we're born but insists that it was not our decision to be born. So as we didn't ask to be born, we should be paid for the rest of our lives to live, Samuel's belief is rooted in what's called anti needle ISM. A philosophy that argues that life is so full of misery that people should stop procreating. Immediately. Samuel says his decision to take his parents to court is based on his belief that the world will be a much better place without human beings in it. He's now looking for a lawyer to take up his case. But so far he's not had much success. Not a surprise there. I guess I mean, this sounds like kind of a roundabout way of like, look, I don't really want to work, and I need somebody to pay me some money for the rest of my life. Perhaps. That's that's you know, enough. So cynically speaking that that's what it seems like I was going to ask you, Mike. What did his friends say about this? And then I realized he probably has no friends doesn't it doesn't appear. So thank you, sir. Thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The touchscreen on the door allows singles to learn about potential mates based on what they keep inside the appliance the apps website says that it will hook you up with a variety of fridges of different tastes to pick. And choose from the site. Also offers tips for users looking to use food as the pathway to someone's heart suggesting that you don't only narrows down potential mates to those with fridges that look just like yours than an unexpected MC. Could be just what you were looking for. I mean, this could lead if nothing else, Gordon, this could lead to a surge in clean refrigerators or people fraudulently stocking the refrigerator, right like a scene out of what was it cribs from MTV. I always loved that scene. If you ever saw that show, but there's always a scene where they would open up. The person's fridge. It's looked like it was very neatly sort of stock with certain items, and they were stacked in certain ways, you know, sort of to give off a certain appearance and tell something about that person. Okay. So I guess maybe we'll I'm sure they'll be websites. It'll pop up will tell you exactly how to set up your free will find you attractive, and that kind of thing. So this is just the start. I believe it's the refrigerator dating app. Very difficult to say I have to say I had to go over that a few times before I tried to say that out loud. You. How'd you meet? Yeah. Well, we found each other on the refrigerator dating app. Yes. I guess there's this this is by the way extraordinarily creative marketing by Samsung. Oh, yeah. Because this is totally moronic. Right. But it's tremendous marketing by Samsung is very well done, and they deserve a round of applause. I am. Another use for that four thousand dollar refrigerator. Got to find something to do with that four thousand dollar fridge. And if you think Gordon at your kids are sometimes ungrateful and don't always appreciate the many gifts that you've given them over the years. You haven't heard anything yet a twenty seven year old Indian man plans to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent Mumbai businessman Raphael. Samuel told the BBC that it's wrong to bring children into the world. Because then they have to put up with lifelong suffering Samuel says he understands that our consent can't be sought before we're born but insists that it was not our decision to be born. So as we didn't ask to be born, we should be paid for the rest of our lives to live, Samuel's belief is rooted in what's called anti needle ISM. A philosophy that argues that life is so full of misery that people should stop procreating. Immediately. Samuel says his decision to take his parents to court is based on his belief that the world will be a much better place without human beings in it. He's now looking for a lawyer to take up his case. But so far he's not had much success. Not a surprise there. I guess I mean, the sounds like kind of a roundabout way of look I don't really want to work, and I need somebody to pay me some money for the rest of my life. Perhaps. That's, you know, so cynically speaking, that's what it seems like I was going to ask you, Mike. What did his friends say about this? And then I realized he probably has no friends doesn't it doesn't appear. So thank you, sir. Thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on This.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Choice. And so I'm having my third child. We don't have room for a car seat. I have a four thousand dollar Honda. So I go and buy a forty five thousand dollar SUV. I was forced. To buy that car for the good of my children. They would not have been safe otherwise. Have you ever heard that call on the show if you've been listening to show for while you've heard that call I've taken that call one hundred times in the last two years one hundred times, I was forced to do something for the good of my child? That is absolutely freaking ludicrous. Kristen stupid, but because of my drama Queen self has box myself into a corner. I am forced to do something. That is absolutely freaking makes congress. Look smart. I mean, it's just stupid on steroids. I'm forced to do something. That is dumb dumb dumb with money. All but it's okay. Because it's for adoption. Oh, but it's okay. Because it's for in vitro. Oh, but it's okay. The child has special needs. Oh, but it's okay. It's to be with my son. Oh, my marriage wouldn't have survived. If I hadn't done that. Dave Ramsey was going to cost me, my marriage horsecrap. Seriously. Now, our marriage is important. Absolutely especial needs important. Yes. Absolutely. Is an option important. Oh, yes. Nothing's more important kits. I got grandkids. That might be the only thing that's more important than kids. I'll tell you. I kept are we kept Rachel's to this weekend? I got a nine month old and Papa Dave had a blast this weekend about how great grandkids are going to be out of been nicer to their parents. Seriously. I am not saying these are not valid noble callings. They are the most valid the most noble callings. What I am saying is is that your decision making paradigm breaks down when you start saying stupid stuff. And when I started saying stupid stuff, and I have said it to like, I was forced to do this. Or my child is going to be in the street. I had to go eighty four thousand dollars in credit card debt to pay the attorneys, or I was going to lose the custody battle, maybe not. Be there's another way to skin the cat. May be I forty five thousand dollar SUV from children to be safe in a vehicle. I can rent. Maybe I don't have to buy the thirty eight thousand dollar international adoption Bill, which is too much to pay for an international adoption. May be I start searching out some other options to my decision. Other than one. That's good for the children and one and this financially stupid or one is where we abandoned the children, and it's financially smart. So Dave, you wouldn't have his trade money for children. Would you know? I really wouldn't. But you're not gonna put me in that false dichotomy that false box that in causes me to ensure your stupidity. I've been there. I've done stupid stuff in the name of nobility, and my drama Queen for your old self inside of me told me it was the only way to do it. And let me tell you when you make those kinds of financial decisions, they set you back a decade, and it does more harm to your family. Then the thing you were trying to protect your family from. Because you end up working all the time just to pay bills that you couldn't afford to take out because you bought crap you made mistakes with money you could not afford to make. And if you are sitting there, and you are hearing me say choose children over money. You are not listening, and you are a drama Queen right now you're living in drama Queen mode. If you're hearing that right now, I'm not saying that I am saying see none of the above a pick money be picked the nobility of family and children over money and makes a stupid decision. I'm saying see none of the above find another way to skin the cat. Find another way to make the decision. Find another way to serve your family and maybe late make less progress financially but not justify rationalize with your four year old self on a serial a major stupid financial decision..

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We don't have to call time out. Get the delay again. And then they'd have to call a timeout. After the delay. You may think those things are little things, but they're not. So that's where I see the progress the sixty four thousand dollar question is and will be can he improve his accuracy enough. Kenny hit these throws like there were two of them to Anthony Miller. There was another couple to treat Colwyn. We know what we're talking about. Here. Can you consistently be more accurate than you have been on the downfield? Fires you can even take the completion percentage in diluted. Because as I said in the first few weeks of the season, they completed twenty four passes behind the line of scrimmage. So it's the eye test more than it is the statistical analysis somebody's sent us that tweet if you put Tom Brady stats next to Mitchell Trubisky stats for two thousand eighteen they are virtually identical in every category gift going around. Currently, you know, how many people have posted that crummy Facebook page or sent that to me. How irrelevant that is? Because the eye tests tells you that's relevance. Trust your eyes, my eyes. Tell me that he's less robotic. He's comfortable. He's missing too many layup throws. So when he starts making those throws. That's when it's double thumbs up. We've you know, we've made the most important progress of all when he continues to miss these throws or he hits them inconsistently. He misses him one week. He hits them the next week. He misses three of them in the first half. He hits to the next. That's when they're still going to be questions about whether or not he's making the progress that you want from a a franchise caliber quarterback and be in. This will always be his, you know, his his Burton's Kerry. He was the second pick of the draft guide. They gave up trapped currency for and the two other guys are really good. Yes. I wanna play you. This is Dan Orlovsky from early in the week. This was the guy who he breaks down a lot of film. He was on with kept talking about mitch's inaccuracies and how he's more accurate on. The I read the less accurate, and we talked about that was Steve Young a little bit. Take a listen. He misses no doubt. I mean, that's that's part of him still being very young..

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To enforce it if they don't come into the judge so we had zero tolerance if they had no driver's license and we also rested nine other are nine other violations now keep in mind this is other twenty four this is not just the illegal aliens and so forth yes so there was nine driving while licensor invalid and that could be an offense includes up to four four thousand dollar fine and up to one year in jail we also had a dwi that was over point one five level of of alcohol which is a class a misdemeanor and up to four thousand dollar fine and a year in county jail we had a dwi that was a class b misdemeanor that that produces six months in the county jail are a two thousand dollar fine we had one cocaine charge which is a major felony that carries a prison sentence we also arrested two people for possession of marijuana which was a class b misdemeanor two thousand dollar fine or six months in jail one public intoxication in one more for harassment now that sounds like a good night's work to me it does can i ask you though you said that you had several requests from the community about increasing the police presence what kind of complaints where you getting as to why they wanted they increase presence well we didn't get into the complaints what they said was that they didn't say the presence of law enforcement in their area very much and of course i explained that we didn't have deputies to send in their area are increase their enforcement because we would have to take it away from some other part of the county if we put them in there on a daily basis okay sheriff maurice cook county is with us a story in the statesman today is headlined bash drop traffic enforcement operation turns into deportation mill and we wanted to have the sheriff on and give him a chance to give his side of the story have you gotten any backlash because of this story written by the statements from anybody that lives there in bastrop i've had more people to come in encourage me than i have backlash i think i had three negative phone call so far from folks in the county that that didn't like the fact that we had a enforcement action in that part of the county but other than that i've had citizens i went to a ribbon cutting while ago and and they were citizens coming up to me and thanking me for enforcing the law and and so forth and some of them lived in that area i have no one of them that did actually live in that area sure if it sounded like you you grown a bit there sir when i read that headline what do you think of that headline will you know how headlines are headlines are designed to attract the reader as you know it'd be a news person the headline is awful important some people never read beyond but but the headline does not characterize it the way the operation was the operation was for public safety reasons we make no apologies for enforcing the law and our people could not no absolutely could not know what the citizenship of the folks were in the sixty three cars that they stopped they stopped the car they take the proper enforcement action and when twenty four hour arrested keep in mind they do not ask citizenship now with they have no driver's license they may ask where do you live how long he lived there they'll ask questions to decide whether the issue in as i mentioned or not and if they can't verify where they're living in this operation they were knocked on the issue a citation so those people were arrested they were brought to the county jail at the county jail they are asked background information and the names are all run through ice and ice will determine whether these people should have an tainer the deputy that booked in probably would never know whether they had an ashtray or not and of those twenty four arrested saturday night sheriff some were us citizens and if they did not have a license with them they were treated the same way the same way right sheriff absolutely that's what i'm saying they didn't know anything about the background of the folks that they were checking into the jail the jailers were.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Total of four thousand dollars of charitable donations whether it's little bits or whether it's all in one chunk to one charity or a whole bunch of them it doesn't matter so instead of taking the required minimum distribution putting it on your tax form and in writing it off by writing a check let you do is you instruct the ira to send the money directly to the charity via this qualified charitable distribution now the effect is the same here's what happens i sent four thousand dollars directly out of my ira i am now satisfied my required minimum distribution for the year i never saw the money didn't come to me and in any way it didn't hit my tax return in any way because it went directly to the charity and the other net effect is the charity received the four thousand dollars the important thing is though in this case that that four thousand dollars in my example did not wind up anywhere on my tax return it didn't wind up anywhere on the taxable column and you still have to account for it and you still have to show that you received the time tonight because you're going to get any time now the nice thing about the qc cd the qualified charitable distribution is that it does not have to exactly meet match dollar for dollar your required minimum distribution if you're required minimum distribution is four thousand is john was in you can give a thousand through the q cd and then take three thousand is a normal distribution you could give a hundred thousand through a qualified charitable distribution even if you're required minimum distribution was only four thousand course be hundred thousand is the maximum by the way so you it doesn't have to it's just a matter of it does it qualifies as part of or completely satisfying the required minimum distribution they can be part of it they can be more than it it's fine it just that now it does have a slight difference than the required minimum distribution beginning yeah hold on a second we will tell you just a we'll tell you about that sunny give us a call back in orlando florida just wanted to take.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To our website wealthed dot com we've been talking about charitable donations and here's what we've been we've been discussing is the fact that you're going to at age seventy and a half to take a required minimum distribution if you're taking more than the minimum and you didn't even know you had our md no big deal you're taking more than the minimum they don't care but if you have a required minimum distribution you actually have to actively go do it because you don't really need the money and by the way you also like to give money to charity there's there are a couple of ways you could do this professor plum i'm seventy whatever let's say seven five i've got a required minimum distribution of four thousand dollars or so out of this out of this ira and i don't know anything else so ii here's what i could do i could take my required minimum distribution i can take four thousand dollars put it on my tax return pay or pay taxes on it out of my ira that year and say there's a nice little charity down the street i'd like to give them some money so i'm going to write them a check for just coincidentally four thousand dollars now the effect to me is that when i do my taxes next year i took a four thousand dollar distribution which went on the taxable portion of my ten forty my taxable income for that year the twelve percent bracket maybe you expect another what four hundred eighty bucks in taxes maybe and then i say okay well you know i got i is let's say well actually no yeah let's say itemize and so i say okay well i got four thousand extra income but at the same time i've also got a four thousand dollar legitimate charity right off so that should be it should be it should be a.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on Channel 955

"I walk in the morning we're talking about retail therapy to get over our weather depression well mine mine's frank discussion i i sometimes engaged yet but i went and bought a wedding dress and i love it so much and i sent four thousand dollars oh wow big purchase bought a how much of a how would you say dollars but i still have more to pay my deposit bought a four thousand dollar wedding dress in you're not even engaged and it's more than four thousand that was the deposit more your timeshare if you get a good yarn like you can't say no do you have do you have a man are i'm waiting to say i did you tell him you bought it that he see you bringing that in from the car no one knows can you imagine his face if you've found out if you walked in with address tomorrow me so i told a wedding dress store that i need to come back and pretend to buy it again my mom that's awesome now that's retail therapy right there so depressed that she went and bought a wedding dress and she's not even engaged you were so depressed what retail therapy did you do on this that's a good price is myself we were not going to buy one at all and then it happened really good hold on a second you need some things for your puppy i've got a twenty dollars target gift card for you congratulations hold on a second here we'll give it to you i spent so much target they gave it to me so here you go of rachel you can get your information from you li li yeah so depressed what did you buy okay so i bought probably upward up a thousand dollars worth of airline tickets and festival the josh is to get outta here i'm like you i get on the computer start looking at travel ab h anywhere but here everybody's like what airline what airport is that aviation anywhere but here i don't care let me just look at some pictures of somewhere else give me initials for this one melissa you so depressed what did you buy abyan c c d n double d why after my act is split up how wow now that's retail therapy end emotional therapy boobs there lies bianca high so depressed what did you buy.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To you the the four thousand dollar personal exemption was before so you're gonna see your income taxes actually come down a little bit based on everything you've told me okay so good india that that going for wanting to 2003 definitely gonna make it their fit so uh yeah i i feel a little bit better thank you for taking my call all right thank you brad now these are of keep in mind these are temporary and by temporary ten million yeah it's their they'll all go back to where they were i think it's 20 25 some are going to start going some with some we'll sunset over the next couple of years and then by 20 25 it'll all be gone but the idea is well they'll fix self fixed this some time between now and then you know that's that's down the road so we'll see uh we'll see there are a couple of other things in after the break we will go over some of these things we talked yesterday about this whole idea of raw three characterizations where you either contribute to a roth or you convert to a roth and you decide at some point that year that you shouldn't have done that for whatever reason you just you know they're they're are other with a bunch of reasons why you think maybe you should so you decide i'm going to undo it i'm going to just pretend like it never happened i will re characterize this roth back to let's say a traditional ira well there's some new tax laws on that also talked about the the loss of the personal exemptions for children but the greatest right and how for most people that the tax credit the empties increase tax credit with better than the personal exemption was before well yeah and that was a last minute i mean very last minute in addition to it they got the last couple of uh senators i think on board on this so okay we'll talk about this woman come back and if you've got questions on this or anything else we're going to cover a wide range of topics this hour next hour.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And that one that additional thousand dollars of tax credit is worth more to you the the four thousand dollar personal exemption was before so you're gonna see your income taxes actually come down a little bit based on everything you've told me okay so good india that going from one to two thousand it definitely gonna make it if it so uh yeah i i feel a little bit better thank you for taking my call all right thank you brad now these are of keep in mind these are temporary and by temporary ten million yeah it's there they'll all go back to where they were i think it's 20 25 some are going to start going down with some we'll sunset over the next couple of years and then by 20 25 it will all be gone but the the idea is well they'll fix self fix this some time between now and then you know that's that's down the road so we'll see uh we'll see there are a couple of other things in after the break we will go over some of these things we talked yesterday about this whole idea of raw three characterizations where you the either contribute to a roth or you convert to a roth and you decide at some point that year that you shouldn't have done that for whatever reason you just you know they're they're other with a bunch of reasons why you think maybe it shouldn't so you decide i'm going to undo it i'm going to just pretend like it never happened i will re characterize this roth back to let's say a traditional ira well there's some new tax laws on that also talked about the loss of the personal exemption for children but the greatest right and how for most people that the tax credit the mps increase tax credit is significantly better than the personal exemption was before well yeah and that was a minute i mean very last vin in addition to it they got the last couple of senators i think on board on this so okay we'll talk about this woman come back and if you've got questions on this or anything else we're going.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Accommodating transgenders scouts the girl guides britain's version of the girl scouts of issued new guidelines permitting boys who are physically male but identify his female to shower with girls and use the same changingroom and toilets they'll be allowed to use the facilities of the gender they identify with because otherwise it said it could caused them anxiety the rules applied a girl guides age five to twenty five the guidance also states it's not best practice to inform parents that a trans person will be attending a residential event larry miller cbs news london w wjr news time five forty three can we make it work this is dave ross on the cbs radio network tax reform will eventually pass the whether it works is going to be up to us yes the whole reason for cutting the corporate tax rate is so companies can finally give the people who packed those trump rallies the raise they've been waiting for and while i know the free market is supposed to make your boss spontaneously want to increase your pay it would probably be prudent to have a plan b so here's plan b once this passes we need to march to the front office politely explained the theory behind the tax cut and conclude by saying i'm ready for my race set with me i'm ready for my ray but they do say how much should we asked for well let's see here my council of economic advisors estimates that this change xiaolong with a lower tax rate would likely give the typical american houshold a four thousand dollar pay raise so based on that i would ask for eight thousand a figure the boss will probably counter was an offer for pox lease zero and then you can both compromise on the four thousand if that doesn't work that's when you put your head out the door give the signal at all of your coworkers march in wearing red hats chanting raised that pay hey boss says ok i'll just tires of cheap foreign workers you will quit because you know the wall is coming and boy will he be sorry then the other plan b would be just to bible out of corporate stock and collected evidence which from everything i read is where the money's really going to go anyway i mean i do this is dave ross on the.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Was a four thousand dollar number they kept yelling for you will every family will get four thousand dollars and i saw the economy issue right yeah so i several now wait a minute wait a minute you're saying eventually get my fourth in the distant future you will get four thousand dollars so i thought was what why way wayne just right everybody a check for four grant are we can't do that martin and gonna work the fact is the same if a tax cut is going to give everybody 4000 then why not just forget that and give everybody 4000 not they're not going to do that of course that that's the kind of stuff that i'm seeing that really makes you think they don't want you to look into this well i mean conception again conceptually having lower rates for in individuals and corporations is a good thing conceptually you know having having greater growth in the economy presumably is a good thing oh growth it's it's it's hard when the headline is corporations are paying less tax i think it's hard politically to sort of lead with that is your major benefit you're not going to think it's a really difficult message for most of us to you know to sort of swallow what is especially as you know they're all this sort of backlash is happening against you know corporate there's still leftover sure of animosity from the whole two thousand eight collapse and the banks and all this stuff and uh the just a lot of that in the background so we did talk about though the if you if you own like small business which could be a benefit the rate for for passed through entities 25 percent yeah on the ordinary in.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"1600 from a thousand but the four thousand dollar perchild exemption would be repealed they say this legislation is the first major revamp of the us tax code three decades has been a top legislative and political party for americans now lawmakers also are concerned about contribution limits the 401 k and the possibility of a tax rate christina local taxes this potential changes to the plan has created an uproar after rumors surface at republicans were considered a planet to slash pretax donation limits from eighteen thousand promote people to 24 100 okay i'm just ask you this out now i'm a little disappointed because i thought what they would come up with is you know everybody just pay a percentage screw the tax code hang the code will just do ten percent tax for everybody let's get rid of all these iras agents let's downsize the irs so it sounds like there's still a lot of deductions of there's still a lot of i you know so i'm still confused so the house ways and means committee is going to consider the bill next week house majority leader representive kevin mccarthy said this bill for every member this could be the most significant bill they make a decision on an congress so i i mean i like the idea of saving money i like the idea of us pay less taxes i'm a huge fan of that i just don't really understand the.

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"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"four thousand dollar" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Field because if you bring in her hurry in dollars art artery word holloway going to see a huge increase pelacia and so by the air or in the four thousand dollars all um price increase over in croatia where i'm not sure that that's where getting the four thousand dollars unless you want us unless you're saying during that the resulting inflation from infusing the economy with that much money repatriated would cause salary is toward proximate expanding by four thousand dollars a year but of course if its inflation induced uh then there's no net benefit to it and that's not what right and say what ryan saying hey aren't tax reform is going to get your four thousand dollar a year raise that's what it says now i'm sorry folks on the mayor of real i can't read something like that in simply go right on man right on let's do it let's have tax reform again everybody afford vows on average and four thousand dollar a year race it's based on the fact that american corporation is gonna have a whole bunch of money in america they used that they can't use now because they can't bring it back goes a tax rates too high sugar lower the corporate tax rate plus make a one time offer a very low taxes on the repatriated amount and that's going to equal more money being held by american businesses domestically and that means that everybody gets a four thousand dollar raise is there something in the build mandates businesses pay higher wages with the money now the he's gotta mean psychic because of my analysis of this mean anybody's not just me that was going to look at this would giant question marks they've they've put this out the way they've put it out they have to be able to back it up with something i just can't figure out what it is because government doesn't give you a raise unless you're a welfare and for that to happen they have take money from somebody else to do it redistribution of income they're not talking about this is redistribution they're talking about this as corporations having more money equalling corporations paying employees more no theoretically it'd be wonderful and it may happen in some places but it may not you know not all employers are nice that may come as a surprise to you anyway i may be over thinking this but as the mayor of real ville in.

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02:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Dollars a art artery or or they going to see a huge increase pelacia and so bad even before thousand dollars all um price increase over and pelacia well i'm not sure that that's where is getting the four thousand dollars unless you want us unless you're saying that the resulting inflation from infusing the economy with that much money repatriated would cause salaries toward proximate expanding by four thousand dollars a year but of course if its inflation induced uh then there's no net benefit to it and that's not what route and say what ryan's saying hey our tax reform is going to get your four thousand dollar a year raise that's what it says now i'm sorry folks on the mayor of real i can't read something like that and simply go right on man right on let's do it let's have tax reform again everybody afford vows on average of four thousand dollars a year raise it's based on the fact that american corporation is gonna have a whole bunch of money in america they used that they can't use now because they can't bring it back goes a tax rates to hide circuit going to lower the corporate tax rate plus make a one time offer a very low taxes on the repatriated amount that's going to equal more money being held by american businesses domestically and that means that everybody gets a four thousand dollar raise is there something in the build mandates businesses pay higher wages with the money now the he's got to mean psychic because of my analysis of this mean anybody's not just me that was going to look at this would giant question marks they've they've that put this out the way they've put it out they have to be able to back it up with something i just can't figure out what it is because government doesn't give you a raise unless you're a welfare and for that to happen they have take money from somebody else to do it redistribution of income they're not talking about this as redistribution they're talking about this as corporations having more money equalling corporations paying employees more no theoretically be wonderful and it may happen in some places but it may not you know not all employers are nice that may come as a surprise to you anyway i may be over thinking this but as the.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"To do cut rates we draw america's firms backyard the country which will make everybody watt a great job here that have been ireland or someplace the nettle drive up wages and employment ear be great hurt ordinary workers people want to know how the present got to this number cut to economic advisors estimates that this change show along with a lower tax rate would likely give the typical american houshold a four thousand dollar pay raise to be a lot more than that gavin her those about a four thousand dollar amount of money additional so the american family to spend four thousand dollars come from or the estimate oh you know there are lots of different ways the model how to act that the fact the on meet one thing you can do is think about how much economic growth you're going to be a mandate you get you know five percent more gdp then how much weight to get out of it but there's of more direct way to do it which is that there's this big literature that look bit how when you change corporate taxes around it affect blue collar wages wages were dairy workers and literature blind very very large and so we studied it at length about economic advisers and four thousand dollars is actually a very conservative number it's easy to get numbers much larger than that but the basic idea that the right now you a firm the boy us tax bill factories and places like ireland which increases the demand for workers in ireland and drives up wages in our if we have a corporate tax reform the doesn't reward firms that do that then they're going to put factory here are going to increase the demand for workers here that's going to drive up wages here the fact is that lots and lots of country to run experiment like the one that we're proposing and we've seen over and over a lots of evidence that when those corporate tax rates go down that wages go up and if you bury conservative side like the low inside that that literature.

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