28 Burst results for "Fourteen Thousand Dollars"
Market Update: LINK, LTC & ETH Looking Strong
"Here a couple of people talking about the high of the monthly candle now 'cause. We are in November, now and Yeah it month all of Taiba Twenty five percent can't come plane with. some pretty happy with that the weekly, of course, looking beautiful rot. Now, the way clearly is about to close in five minutes Montagne. And if it stays as he's right now it will close up five point three percent notice big away laws wake the no wake in the right direction dilates look it's not over extended. Now a the moving average having court. Out We did pull up through fourteen thousand. But? Filed a hold fouled to stay above and I was a real wicky taught break. It didn't really dealt with. Excuse me much confidence. Ward down. Didn't break with much confidence at all so Yeah. Look I'm into the modern Certainly, we could say bitcoin continue to claw. To. Be a crazy person would suggest that that's not lyles are not possible. Sites. We hang up hanging up pretty high, and we haven't seen proba pullback. On the daily alway clear for quite some time that look we could continue to keep on moving out. Let's let's take ourselves back to that sort of. Projection run of two, thousand, nineteen, where we you know we we saw massive moving. We saw many strong wakes, but that was also pulled back I mean we saw in on the twenty ninth. Of April the Sixth of my thirteenth May and the nineteenth. Sorry Mike, we sort go up. That was full wakes. Aquatic strong move there as well that that full-week move let me just take from those full weeks with seventy one percent now for. The loss of five weeks sammy seen a thirty percent Mussa note is big percentage. Wise. that. We pulled back into the trials on a little bit on that Waco game back in June, and then we shot back up headed tools that fourteen thousand dollar mock. So I am. I'm not thinking about this I'm just watching. What the bucket is providing me and saying, is there anything there that is signal to make to be more bullish bearish right now longtime on bullish meeting Tim on bullish. Oliver the four out there highlights and they're all higher highs. So I can't really can't build Germany cases being short right now the the one out can look we do have some resistance at thirteen, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two. Two test but did push down low just recently where are we today with Bitcon? We'll close down point three percent at thirteen, thousand, seven, hundred, and fifty one dollars. So Guy, it's pretty happy days right now theorem at an Oscar push-up es died. Broadcast through the resistance level that which was was that three hundred, ninety, four region and will have to wait and see if we can break above that a guy. Now, there is a two-day candidates also quite bullish. This I'm keeping a close on Theorem as well. It's broken out this morning through the to test level of Wa- on full, which was a guy in the level I said before this is a law time from him looking and I will be provided that the simplicity kicks continues I will be looking for for long try on a theory. On looking quite NAS as a trend there. Needs to settle itself a bit more three, hundred, Ninety, seven, thirty, four now, which represents two point seven percent up. Except pay also cheaper, we mentioned the weekly the on a theory as well. It was actually down two point, two percent at the moment. Noah nearest bullish. Well, Bitcoin has course nothing really has banked buffet. Ex pays close awake daffy five point two. Point three percent at twenty four cents on the nose is a really horrible looking child's up point one percent now twenty four cents flat nothing to speak overwrought their bitcoin cash. All Of that to seven fog level. Again, guidance going to close down one point, two percent as we are about to close rods. Now it's up two point, two percent today. The WACO is going to. Finish in the red, not much to go on their dialect low to mid timeframes on Bitcoin Cash Ignatz break, two, seven five and ultimately Nacer to Eddie one get to a new hire high. That's listening back the WHA one at the Bay of me to be trading. The why the trade now come on the lot coin hair gyn loss wake you know the cracking wait twenty, three percent or the week before the week just gone down five point five percent on the daily has just closed right now. It closed down. Yeah. It was basically flat on the Diet that was nothing really speak of it is a level at fifty six dollars and forty five cents of keeping a close eye on. And Lot, coin as well on the tonight. There is a bullish candidate right there on that today on keeping a close on that as well. Why? Well because it's in the cradle Zion and it looks pretty dont strong at the moment. So keeping. That in my watch list today looking for long opportunities that
How to Prepare Your Wallet for a Disaster
"How to prepare your wallet for a disaster by Austin with PT, money dot Com. I teach English in western Japan and was here last month to witness first hand the carnage that the to Hokuto earthquake and tsunami had on the northeastern coast of Japan by now many people have seen the devastating footage of the soon nami reaching mainland with whole houses, being ripped from the ground and cars being thrown around like matchboxes. These goods which people had saved up for years were destroyed in minutes. The monetary aftermath of this disaster will be a challenge for Japan for decades to come. If you pay attention to your finances, you know that a disaster like the one in Japan can and will wipe away your finances. All of the saving and investing you've done can be deleted in minutes if you don't prepare for it, so one go about preparing your finances. In case, a catastrophe were to strike. What are the steps you can put in place this week? That would make a huge unexpected financial hit less painful on you and your family. have an ever-growing emergency fund. To help ensure yourself or your family start an emergency fund today using it. Sub Savings account with an online savings account like I N G or ally. Once you open this account, create an automatic monthly transfer of twenty five to two hundred dollars to the account from your regular savings, so it continues to grow every two weeks month or two months. This is money that will only be touched in the worst situations where all of your other money has been wiped out, and you have no other options. Don't be content with five hundred or a thousand dollars in this account. Make it grow every month because it will ensure your financial safety that much more in case, a disaster affects your family in the future remember. It's always a good problem if you have too much money in your emergency, Fund. Insure your big ticket items. Your House and car should already be insured, but consider extra insurance for prized possessions in case of natural disasters, fire theft, etc, maybe you have a fourteen thousand dollar wedding ring or a rare painting from France. That's worth ten thousand. Can you ensure these items for a little bit every month? In case of emergency by spending a little to ensure these high importance items, you'll allow yourself to sleep easily knowing these items can be at least monetarily replaced in a time of need contact your insurance agent today to see about rates for your most valuable high ticket items. Have two to three credit cards with large credit limits. It's been a month since the Japanese tsunami and people are still holed up in shelters in times of need. Having quick access to money is important and something that can provide another level of security is a credit card not having to worry about the amount of cash you have in a time of need is one benefit for those who are credit card, weary need water, clothes, food or
Rose Kirk: What I Wore When I Got My First Job In Corporate America
"Going to talk about what you were when you got your first job in corporate America I understand that this is this was the nineteen eighties and it was a time when women were sort of by large expected to dress like a man. Yeah that was that era when women would show up at work and they would have on either Blue Brown or gray or black suit always with the little white shirt sometimes you could be a little adventuresome and add maybe yellow or pink and then you had the little bow ties that went around your collar and then you pull your hair back with the little sort of Bo ribbon thing back there and then all the shoes really sensible and everyone had nude hosiery and that was the style because they were competing to be taken seriously by man. It was just era where we were really beginning to break down a lot of the doors and the and the glass ceiling so I come out of this journalism background where I was working in a newsroom where you could wear whatever you want it to work and I had to buy suit in order to get my first interview in Dallas Texas new mind you. I was coming from Alabama so I thought Dallas fashionable women right so I went and splurged to my little journalism salary which wasn't a lot of money. I think I was making. Maybe fourteen thousand dollars a year. So splurged and bought this fabulous ellen tracy soup so it was estimated beautiful it was linen. It was double breasted. It has this long flowing pleated skirt. Pleats are again. And it was extremely styles and as I walked across the floor that interview with everyone in their cubicles. I was sort of swishing across the floor and I see people popping up over there. Cuba is your woman has just shown up her skirt and this somewhat corporate but not quite corporate sued I kept sued for years. I got the job by the way I was obviously as yeah so can you tell me a little bit more about that job. My first job in corporate America was an executive speechwriter. Where for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company at the time it was really just writing speeches for the executive team that headed up the Texas division so each state had its own president and speechwriter for the president and his reports so all those journalism skills went into corporate America as speechwriter is style something. That's important to you right now. I think Stahl is important to me. Being comfortable with WHO I am and showing up in a way. That feels authentic to my southern roots. Women have a tradition of always looking their best right. Always going out Looking great if you think about even southern football teams the women's still dress up to go to the to the to the Games so it is important to me I. I don't over think it I have a set style that works for me but whenever I have a major presentation think a lot about what I'm going to wear and usually it's GonNa have read in it because that's my power color relics. Yeah a lot of women say that the red is a color to be reckoned with. Yeah you kind of breakthrough. It's unexpected and I believe every girl. She have some red lipstick so I carry a lot of red lipstick and not ashamed to wear and today my nails are actually polished. Red La that. What's your favorite lipstick. Do you have one. I don't know if I have a favorite because I'm one of those girls. That can get lipstick anywhere. I can get it at the You Know Loco drugstore I can get it. You know from the makeup counter. I just love to get it wherever I can always look for a
Arizona official charged in adoption smuggling scheme resigns
"Facing three criminal trials for adoption fraud Maricopa county's assessor has resigned Arizona's Attorney General accuses Paul Peterson of cheating state Medicaid out of eight hundred fourteen thousand dollars he says he'll now focus on defense of allegations against him which also includes illegally adopting out Marshall Islands newborns here in Utah and in Arkansas Peterson maintains his innocence but county supervisors clay the allegations distract from his duties governor do see had called on him
Feds pursuing broad investigation into two associates of Rudy Giuliani, including his consulting business
"We've all heard about the three Amigos I'm lucky to the pharmacy to get that's the knuckle head trio a Steve Martin Chevy Chase Martin short in the nineteen eighty six comedy but now the three Amigos is also synonymous with three US diplomats at the center of US policy toward Ukraine those that make us our ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunland energy secretary Rick Perry and former special envoy Kurt Volker there's also a sequel here if I may this time it's two Amigos who emerged as central to the impeachment story Soviet former business associates a left Parnassus and Igor Froom on the men were apprehended at Dulles airport in October with one way tickets to Vienna I asked author Gary Graff what we've been learning about the two men in recent days I'm sort of the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern of the impeachment inquiry is popping up in odd places and serving as key go betweens between Rudy Giuliani some of these Ukrainian old darks and even appearing to do some business with president trump on behalf of president trump but love hello this is appearing to be willing to cooperate with house investigators and has turned over some set of audio in potentially video recordings to the committee although he is also in other places asserted his Fifth Amendment privilege to avoid testifying about some of those campaign finance questions where's your from and is not cooperating with Congress and the investigation so it's clear that partners sees any opportunity to potentially help get himself out of the hot water that he's in with federal prosecutors by cooperating with house investigators so in the past two days part of this is also making life more difficult for representative Devin newness the Republican chair of the house intelligence committee what has partners alleged so one of the things that has come out in the last couple of days that is added to the circus like atmosphere of these impeachment hearings is the stunning news that Devin nouni as the man who has been leading the president's defense as ranking member of the house intelligence committee himself has actually been out in Europe investigating Joe Biden's ties in Ukraine and hunter Biden's business ties in Ukraine and that Noone has has been trying to dig up dirt alongside some of these efforts that we have seen from folks like the desert deposed Ukrainian prosecutor Victor shorten so this week fox news anchor Maria Bartiromo ask newness about that trip bottom line were you in the end it with Shokan yeah the look of I really want to answer all of these questions and I promise you absolutely will come back on the fifth hole it answer these questions Gary Graff wouldn't be pretty easy to establish whether harnesses claim that Noone is went to Vienna it's true yes and in fact there's very clear evidence that at least aspects of it are true Devin unions has filed for tax payer reimbursement of some of these trips including at least fourteen thousand dollars that he charged for a four day trip that would appear to me to the parameters of what is being alleged so basically the allegation is that Devin newness was also trying to dig up dirt on the buttons yes it into put it a little bit more simply that Devon knew me as the leading defender of the president in Congress in these impeachment hearings is himself a co conspirator in the underlying efforts Gary Graff is the author of the threat matrix inside Robert Muller def be on the war on global
US couple being 'held hostage' at Mexican hospital because they can't pay medical bill
"Seven American couple says they're being held hostage in a Mexican hospital over an unpaid bill here's ABC's will read we just can't leave until the fourteenth Steven Johnson and fiance Tory Austin say they were vacationing on a carnival cruise when just two days after the start of the cruise Stephen needed medical attention he was you can onboard the ship the couple says they received excellent care but his condition was serious officials told them that once the doctor in the Mexican city of Progresso Stephen would need to be taken to the hospital after spending three days in intensive care the couple says they were slapped with a fourteen thousand dollar bill and alleged the hospital won't let them leave until they pay the one
Boris Johnson referred to police watchdog over links to American businesswoman
"Downing Street has reacted angrily to the referral of the British prime minister Boris Johnson to a police watchdog calling the move nakedly political the local government authority for London has announced the watch dog to assess whether Mister Johnson should face a criminal investigation over his relationship with the U. S. business woman it's alleged when Mister Johnson was mayor of London Jennifer a cure he was allowed to go on overseas trade missions for which she previously been turned down and she received about fourteen thousand dollars in sponsorship money is the B. B. C.'s Daniel Sandford the munching officer the greater London authority has now decided to court in the I a PC the police watchdog to Austin to assess whether Boris Johnson the prime minister should be investigated for misconduct in public office and the reason why the I. P. C. is relevant is because when he was mad found that he was also in charge of London's much post simply set forth to them to give advice on not now Boris Johnson has always denied these allegations strange always arch with propriety and they said that he's very proud of his time as London Matt.
Man Behind the Camera
"All right so this is your second time with the pot getting our concern Osama veteran okay known at the table. No crunchy snacks crunchy snacks. No no shaking of the coffee ice loud. There are months where like weeks will go by. We're I'm like how am I literally. Don't know where your I will not have seen you for two weeks. Yeah that is basically the story of my life. Sometimes I don't even know where I am. I'll wake up hotel. Mike Oh yeah no. I'm in Appleton Wisconsin. Oh No oh now I'm in San Antonio Texas. Yeah I mean we talk about a few issues in your job in general but in our travel issue that came on May so you you shot almost the entire feature will yeah does may two thousand nineteen you were in Beirut with Andy Burgundy tracked and then you I'm just flip through the pages then you were in Taipei with Suli and also burgundy and Andy any wanted to tag on everything so that was a big photo portfolio of yours your shot in Allison Rome in spring break menu story that was just in New York yeah that was here in the building the buildings that was as basic recipe story and then you shot photos for our red sauce America package which brought you. Where did you go for this one? Oh man that was a lot. I think that was six cities L. A. L. A. Philly New Orleans. Oh my God. Where did I go? I mean you literally can't remember yeah I it was like four to five cities. I guess my first question is I think a lot of fans of yours. WanNa know like how do you end up as a staff dog for at a food magazine like whenever someone asked me about this is I'm the worst possible personnel asked because it's purely luck and circumstance stance and my only goal and still the only like hey just don't get fired and spend closing up on your six and I still get asked to come back every day and there were definitely moments early on we're Alex pollick grocer artificial photo department critic Blake. I'M GONNA kill Lau a huge mistake so you start off as an intern turn years ago yeah. That's my freshman year of college. I just wanted to do something with my life and not just go home for the summer to California and you know Oh bummer and my parents house so I wanted to find an internship and I've always had a fascination with the magazine world apply too much internships. Nobody got got back to me in like a week. Before summer started. I saw a posting for esquire magazine to be a fashion closet intern. Oh and I was like that sounds cool. That sounds way out of my reach. I am hugely under qualified for that but I'M GONNA shoot my shot and Michael Steph. who was the fashion assistant at the time got back to me? He's like when can you come in based on what oh it. Did you have background. It was the most underqualified letter ever. It was basically hey. Here's my resume. I was a lifeguard in high school. I was a high school tutor and I intern at the State House in Massachusetts in politics nothing related to magazines but I really love menswear and here's like my favorite menswear blogs and here's my favorite brands brand's. I like fashion. I can work hard and he got back to me. Can I just say that. I am a lot of times when I talked to young people who are just out of college in their writing you you know letters to inquire about a job and they read like they're written by a law firm. I'm always like learning be yourself. Be passionate sort of expose yourself so to speak but that's what's GonNa grab some somebody's attention one hundred. I think the way I showed her. The letter wasn't like the formerly hi my name's dogs home. Hey My name's Alex. I'm really excited about this. I know him not meant for this Gig but I will do whatever it takes gap and so forth and they took a chance on me and that kind of was my segue into the New York City magazine publishing world and it turns out having square on your resume. Just opens opens up a lot of doors but it was great. It was just my eighteen years old. I didn't get paid but I got to see how magazines work I've got to be on fashion shoots Justin Timberlake Lake and Ryan Gosling and wow poll like hold fourteen thousand dollar jackets and look it Nick Sullivan whose whose the editor in chief at the time Grainger David David David grange just like talk shop and like this is amazing. This is legendary and that made me really WANNA stick with it yeah very recall okay so internship at esquire. How then does that lead you to be a so after that? I was convinced that I wanted to stay in publishing. Look fashion. menswear ended up at Nylon guys Juku for a little bit complex four pins so I was very very much in that circuit as an intern just doing minimal intern work but after a couple of years I was just like this is not really what's my angle here. I don't WANNA be stylus. I don't WanNa be a fashion writer. The idea of being a photographer and fashion was just you know. I didn't even sit down. That's not going to happen so after this is my third yes approaching my third year of college. I A Internet a bunch of or apply uh-huh bunch of other internships again. Nobody got back to me. Despite actually this I'm being off and having a lot of magazines in Monroe oster I applied to like yeah a a couple of mags won't be noted but they're they're. They're okay. They just get back. I mean I saw a posting for bone apetite photo internship and I was like I know nothing nothing about food. I like pictures. I took photo classes in high school and college. So how active a photographer were you at this point. It's like I'm not active. I don't know I took a lot of fissures in high school. I had my own flicker account. I you were you were you were definitely interested. We're sitting at least and I took pictures of the school paper and stuff like that. I I was a you know an avid hobbyist as major so do you did you come in an interview like what God you the job ultimately so I went in again. It's always like a last minute. Call in showed up from Boston and I met with Jake. Ramoser are former photo assistant and he he gave me a talk. Hey so turn yeah. It looks like you've worked a lot of magazines. you have zero photo experience and you have zero food experience so you're pretty underqualified but honestly the only person here that's interviewed. That's worked at large publications so we're GonNa go with you. So that was basically it was it was Bazeley. Hey you're you've worked at reputable places so we'll hire yeah. I do think that's interesting interesting career wise like over the years. I've worked at James Beard Foundation in Time Out New York and the food's severe than G. Q. Got more fashion thing that came back to food. I was a sports writer in college like it is you can move around and I think one thing that editors employers look for is that you do have experience in in a particular field and that you know how to get stuff done that you know under you understand what the industry requires but within that sort of industry you can shoot food. You can shoot you know people. You can do all these things. You don't have to be in one lane. One hundred percent I think at the time I was taking some classes and I was also I was studying NPR print journalism at the time and I remember talking about that with Jake and he was like Oh. This is a plus because you kind of understand writing thing and photography on some level so we'll run with this so he didn't internship summer internship a year or so later. We ended up hiring you as a foot assistant no so I did this summer internship and I was like this is way better than working fashion. Everyone's so much nicer yeah yeah. It was a great time and I was like in order for me to WANNA stay in this world I can see I need to shift from fashion to food media so then I went back to Boston awesome for my senior year and as as I left Alex pollock the photodetectors times like hey we love your great. Just reach out when you're when you're graduating we can like. Maybe you keep you keep you happy. Come back so I would always send emails and I say hey just graduated like three months three or four months. I would love to come talk about a photo editor assistant role. Did you in the interim year. Were you working on shooting things. Decrease your portfolio to share with Alex to say hey I just want. I've been shooting a lot. Take a look at my stuff. Yes so thankfully because of my time I she went over to Boston magazine for my senior of college and I ended up being digital intern which basically means I was just doing every anything and everything for the website correct the king yeah yeah I remember being so proud and like twenty years old on my I've got years of intern experience. I haven't been paid for any of them but you we know I've seen some stuff like that really was my my pride enjoy worked a lot of places and they harden managed digital intern and they also gave me bill do photo take pictures and do have my own bylines socially once a lot of times when you get your foot in the door somewhere are the the brand or the magazine wherever they need people to do stuff go. You can go okay but we'll trust you. There's something trustworthy about you. Then people are all right. Go give this a shot. You'd have a DVD will keep doing it. I must really thankful that it was a web internship versus print because obviously no one's GonNa give any Interna print byline whereas it's much lower risk to teachers hey make something for lab and if it's really good we'll Polish and if not we won't publish in no one will ever or care about low budget so it was just gave me a lot more freedom and they knew that I worked at the food magazine before okay so you know how to take pictures of food. You were photo intern turn. I'm like yeah I guess I mean I. I saw Marcus Nelson. Do you like an overhead shot of something by a window so I can do that. How hard can it be yeah so I mean I I? I did it and they would. It was really cool. I mean they sent me there. Okay so we'll just have you do restaurants so they would send me like once a week in shoot for four restaurants a week and just shoot it for their website so who was giving you guidance about photos style at that point what kind of shots they wanted from the restaurants. It's nobody else really. They just assumed you knew what you were doing. The funny thing is I applied to Boston magazine to be a photo inter. I WANNA continue that path that track of being working for requirements it's but they they didn't want but then the digital department got back to me. I didn't really have communication with the magazine so it was just kind of me and our digital editor who just send me. I was like Oh this. Let's get this close enough to bone advocate and some overhead shots off light and like keep doing this and I would just bike around Boston Jason and go to a bunch of restaurants that are digital restaurant editor Chris Hughes covered and yeah it was it was really good training. It's really good training. I looking back it was really great just being able to go in and practice and shoot restaurants for relatively low risk and have that be an internship set eh great base so then I shot all these restaurants and as shooting what's in all this stuff to Alex pollick. I'm like hey portfolio.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Each athlete displaying their names and exactly how faster moving in behind them a call for trail it fluctuates of that changes in speed to the system uses four cameras along with algorithms that analyze the athletes move back now this isn't the only smart tech is headed to the twenty twenty Olympics last year NEC announced plans this big facial recognition system for three hundred thousand or so attendees of course is B. as a way to say enhanced security but we're not really sure that that whole system is Justin has things for them a lot but also we're going this way is virtual reality may remember the last Olympics the V. our systems didn't really work compound has used to so we can say that that was not really any gold medal winning tech all right let's move on to video games I'm sure you know someone who plays these games in your life now the big excess for everybody wants is that I was being gaming chair now there are some special chairs and sit on the ground others have speakers built in but if your kid arrest you for our future tech gaming chair called the predator throw knows air just say no until you get in this thing into your house to be a major undertaking let alone find a place to put it so basically it's just the steel frame bees made by a user that surrounds a chair inside that you can hardly see a large arm extends from the back of the chair over the front and mounts for three monitors so let's just assume for a moment if you have a whiz bang gaming computer let's assume that surely have three monitors I say that because of this chair all by itself because the reading. fourteen thousand dollars oh my gosh so I did then intend to switch that they S. for doesn't sound so bad anymore does it. no problem with that. all right picture the scenario by you perfect car couple months go by Zillow the car but the colors just on doing for you tomorrow you really wanted blue but she said no I'm gonna go out on a limb and get avocado green well one day changing the color car might be as easy as changing you're sure to see a team at MIT's computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory they've developed re programmable color changing it. they make special dies into a solution that can be sprayed onto another object and not just a car could be a pair of shoes it's actually really slick as my commander community members can see and here's how it works after you spray the object with the solution it gets put into a box with the projector and UV light next you map the color you want and then the UV light is used to activate or deactivate the colors the ache in this not just solid colors it could be like full on.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We've been talking about stress on today's program, so far we've covered that financial stressors like risk volatility and losses and the problems that they cause debt. Also, a big problem, Jim, and Dan, what are the other things that come to call stress in people's financial lives that you guys help solve one of the biggest fears taxes because people don't understand taxes, right, Dan. So give us an example of a client that has a fear of taxes, and what we've done to help them all so many people especially in their sixties. Are just deathly afraid of taking money out of their IRAs because they know it's going to add to the tax Lincoln or they're right. It will add to the task makeup. But they're wrong. They're not going to pay taxes. We have clients in here. The other day they have about eighty thousand dollars of gross income from small pensions and social security not taking any money out of their three million dollars of assets that are all in IRAs. We put a plan together that would allow them to take one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year from the iris jacking their income up from eighty thousand to two hundred thousand how's that for an income plan? Just awesome. Awesome. But they freaked out about potential taxes. We denounce in his shows on their two hundred thousand dollars of total income they're gonna pay by eighteen percent in federal and state taxes. They're gonna pay about twelve percent federal tax and six percent state tax on two hundred thousand should they have been afraid of taxes. Absolutely not now that's going to net them like fourteen thousand dollars a month every month after taxes, they get to spend or save. It's beautiful. They shouldn't have been afraid of them. Now, the top we always talk about his tax mistakes. One of the things we see especially this time of year. When people are doing their tax returns will be that they're paying tax on a lot of income. They're not using what's a situation like that. Jim what causes that damn? What causes dad is that they have on their non IRA money. Ena brokerage account, we call it non-qualified money. They have gained potentially building up in it sometime in October. Or November those gained will be end up being sold off inside those mutual funds and reported to the consumer on their tax return. So the end up paying taxes on gains at a really kind of phantom gain just on paper, even though their portfolio could have lost value. Just like it did in December of this year, right, Dan. So you could have on those and that kind of portfolio you could have dividends that you had to pay tax on capital gain. Distributions you're talking about you had to pay tax on. And if any asked us remove there could be capital gains, and you had to pay tax on all these even if you're not using the money. He tax mistake we've seen people with two hundred thousand dollars of what you're calling phantom or just income in their portfolio that they're not using creating a huge amount of taxes. And then they had a loss in two thousand eighteen so. They had to pay tax in two hundred grand. And yet they had a loss in the portfolio. It makes no sense at all. But that's what's happened. No one's helped them. I think another problem that stresses people out Jim is really they feel like they're not earning acceptable rates of return because they've been led to believe they're gonna get eight nine ten eleven twelve percent rates return. That's what the broker tells them, and what's actually happened. They have a good anywhere near that. But they don't understand that. Because I give an example. And it was almost like a blows us away. We see this all the time. A client will be with an adviser state ten fifteen twenty years and the last four portfolio analysis and the advice will actually give them a portfolio analysis based on not the bear market. But the most recent run up in the bull market. So even if you've been with an adviser since two thousand and you've asked him for a portfolio analysis often, they'll give you a portfolio analysis started in two thousand nineteen well that's the last ten years, but they don't go back and tell you what you lost with the two preaching downturns. And when you do that. Yeah. You got maybe seven eight nine percent radio return over the last nine. Could we've been in a a wonderful bull market. But when you actually go back and do the calculation to two thousand you may have lost money or had a paltry return a baby one or two percent, right? We've seen a lot of portfolios. Command that we've done second opinions on for the last fifteen twenty years they've made one to two percent rates of return inside their portfolios, and they were being fairly aggressive to get it. So what happens is consumers have these ideas are going to get these huge rates return. Well, it's not gonna happen in certain years. You might like in two thousand seventeen the SNP up by nineteen percent. The problem was then if you had to be in the market fully in two thousand seventeen you had to be in the market fully in two thousand eight and he would lost fifty percent. So it makes it very difficult. So we wanna make sure that people understand that you have to find out what the return you're actually getting is. But you also have to be very very cautious and not try to take.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We got emails to get to some things that they're still a leftover from the previous hour as always we not. We've always got that. We will get to some more on this annuity an annuity checkup. We were doing that in the previous hour, and then we're going to get into some of these articles articles. These these quotes these sayings from people who have said, here's why you should never owned an annuity. And we'll have professor Plum. Maybe refute some of them not to they're not not fully refused them because we do agree on in in some cases. It just depends on the individual situation depends on the goals of the individual. Does it fit your goal? This is true. Not just of a new bit all products, financial products, all products in general. I mean, does it fit your needs. I is cream because I got a sweet tooth or something. You know? I don't know. I'm standing at the checkout counter, and those tic TACs kind of good nobody would argue that nobody should own tic TACs most people probably shouldn't. But by one if you know, you need a little pick me up. Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. You should be at least informed as to why somebody's telling you should buy it. All right. We'll get into that. Eight seven seven planner our number. We'll take a couple of calls here. Eight seven seven thousand L A, double N, E R and wall, get your emails. Go to our website wealthed, Ed dot com to do that. We'll get right back to the calls. Gina is first up this hour in Mesa, Arizona. Hi, jean. Thanks for hanging on. How can we help you today? Oh, pets thank you taking my call term. I was wondering what is the safest way to do. Roth conversion from a rollover IRA already has RND's setup taken out of it in they'd be two separate transaction. Of course, what's the ordering on that? According to the IRS is should I do want earlier in the year and. Can they be done simultaneously? And the the custodian of my account will get it, right? Safest to guard against what that IRS comeback. Based on because I know that the R N D can't be converted a role to a Roth IRA, right? And so they're not gonna know the order that happens. They're going to get the IRS is going to get a ten ninety nine. Let's say you have one custodian and hundred thousand dollar IRA and a four thousand dollar RAM D in the beginning, you do a ten thousand dollar conversion and then later in the year, you do a four thousand dollar distribution the ten ninety nine from that custodian doesn't break it into two pieces. The that custodian says fourteen thousand dollars went out and then in the paperwork for the fifty four ninety eighth and everything it shows that you did a conversion of ten thousand dollars so four thousand didn't get converted as long as that four thousand dollar number is enough to satisfy the RND, you're fine. You can do them simultaneously or say, you can say on this distribution, send me four thousand ten thousand over to this Roth IRA account number XYZ. So it's. It's basically they don't look at it on annual basis. Some custodians will not let you do a conversion then tell you've taken there are that's the custodian rule not the IRS role necessarily. So if you're saying send this over to the January, you say Senate it over to the Roth IRA have you taken your if you say, no, they'll say gotta do the first. But that's just the way. Some custodians will look at it. But as long as enough money comes out of that IRA to satisfy the be that is not converted. It can happen. Any order. You want? Because they're not gonna know. Great. Okay. So the ten ninety nine we'll show the total amount. As long as I cover the what I need some that are MD, then I'm good. Just make sure a lot of people like doing the RND. I that they know it's done. And then now, they can do whatever they want conversion wise with whatever's left. I don't have to worry about did. I did. I forget to actually put that check in. Do they do it? Whether they do the be done with it. And that way, you don't have to worry about it. And you can just convert after that. Yeah. Okay. Well, that sounds great. Well, thank you so much for your health your Arkham. Thank you for the question. Gina. Appreciate the call required. Minimum. Distributions cannot be converted to Roth IRA's you cannot. Do anything with the required? Minimum distribution other than take it out of the deferred account, or whatever it or one k one k seven four three b right? And that's considered. Then you're considered to have taken your required. Minimum distribution. I didn't know the custodian sometimes we'll look to see if you've taken your required. Yes. Sometimes it's up to the custodian get a little carried away with it. Now, here's how they do it. They just simply remove it from the account and put it where I have an IRA with XYZ brokerage, and I need to take a four thousand dollars required. Minimum distribution. I instruct them to take it because it's you know, early in the year, and I want to get it out of the way. So what they're gonna do is remove it from this account. And then they're going to put it in. I have to have another account somewhere. Right. Well, they can send you a check or they just send your check. Well, if I if all right? So they can send me a check. So that be obvious, obviously, if it's a check, but let's just say wanted to. Withdrawal securities and say move, eighty four eighty four hundred shares of this little stock that total up to five thousand dollars, whatever. The number is move it out of there. They're not going to send it to you. They're going to stay. Okay. Where do you want us to send with this what brokerage company? Do you want to give us an account number two said to or will open an account number here for you, do it. Here's an individual account. Yes. Now, it won't be a Roth IRA if you haven't in some cases, if if you haven't taken your required minimum distribution, but they will put it into another account any personal account. And then at that point, they might example, it's four thousand dollars. They will drop a ten ninety nine that says a four thousand dollars left the IRA, and they will send it to the IRS. Remember, they do the ten ninety nine at the end of the year. Yes, they do the ten ninety nine at the end of the year for all the distribution that happened during the year, whether you did it in one lump sum, whether you did it on a monthly basis, whether you did a periodically here there. They don't give you a ten ninety nine for each distribution that you made from that account. You have an IRA, and you take a thousand or one hundred dollars a month out of it. It and then periodically you call and say give me three thousand bucks. Okay. Give me five thousand bucks altogether. They're going to total up, and they say, oh, you took eight thousand dollars in total up. They don't send it to ninety nine for each for the monthly one. But there is a ten ninety nine attached to how much came out. That's what they tell you. That's what they do. Yeah. So the rules one more time on Roth IRA's. She had asked about using. It was in this case, the I guess it was an IRA was a rollover IRA meeting that came from something else like a 4._0._1._K or something like that. It was a rollover, and it was subject to required. Minimum. Distributions. You just have to be careful about the amount. That is equal to the required. Minimum distribution cannot be converted to a Roth IRA here, you have to pull out at least enough to satisfy the armed these or the money that went to the Roth is considered an excess contribution. That's the problem. That's the penalty. And so just make sure you do your arm D. Yeah. All right. Thank you. That's eight seven seven planner. Let's get you an Email here. We will get more of this annuity stuff. We have. Let's see a question from how much time do I have. Jason and Phoenix Arizona opened a Roth IRA vanguard account in two thousand eleven I had made contributions of ten thousand dollars to vanguard from two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen I then rolled this over to a Roth at another brokerage in two thousand fifteen and I've made fifteen thousand dollars in contributions to that one from twenty fifteen through today. Now, Jason says, I know that I cannot withdraw my Roth IRA contributions without penalty unless the account has been opened for five years. What I'm not clear on is. Well, first off you're not clear on that. Yeah. Let's let you want to start with that contributions that you've made to your Roth IRA do not have a five year time clock. I can take my contributions back at any time for any reason without penalty without tax. I made a contribution last year. I could take it out this year the five year rule. There's two of them one of the five year rules deals with conversions the other five year rule. Deals with earnings. There's three types of money in a Roth IRA potentially can contributions conversions earnings contributions. Do not have a five year rule. So you can take them back at any time you want. So shall we keep going, well, we can't? Although I, you know, I think the questions that he's talking about. Still have to do with withdrawing the contributions, okay? Okay. Can I withdraw the ten thousand and contributions that I made to my vanguard account or will this incur a penalty? Well, no, it's not a penalty. If that's all because I rolled it over, right? Again, it doesn't well first off the IRS doesn't care where the money is at which area. Custodians, it's with a contribution doesn't change. It's time horizon her character by moving it from fidelity vanguard, the T Rowe to this too. That the other thing it's still the tax year that you made the contribution in and how much is contribution conversion in earnings. And so the fact that you moved custodians has nothing to do with anything in this. It's not germane to the situation. I don't know. The Germans had anything to do with this. Sorry. I couldn't resist for t- Justice, quote sort of. It's not quite as close enough. The Gulf darn. That's not even what it was. Yeah. So does he seems to be talking about contributions is really? Exactly the penalty contributions to Iraq can be taken out at any time taught traditions. Do not have a five year rule contributions are very accessible which was both good and bad can be a lot of young people. I think tend to like that first of all young people are oftentimes, not always. But oftentimes better candidates for.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"Ninety nine eleven all right. Let's get to Teresa's questions guys. She's from plant, by the way, and she says, Steve rich. My husband started his social security benefits earlier this year at the age of sixty two in the amount of sixteen hundred and seventy dollars per month. And then he recently passed away. I turn sixty this year in make about forty five thousand per year. And I plan to continue working my social security benefits at my full retirement age is fourteen forty per month. What kind of options Emma looking at here. We'll tracer your eligible to collect widow's benefits on your husband's in switch two years at age, sixty two. The problem is if you're going to continue working, you're going to get caught with what they call the earnings restrictions on either benefit once you're over seventeen thousand you're gonna lose one dollar for every two dollars, you earn. So the the difference would be based on your income. So in this case here, your incomes, forty five thousand you take the seventeen thousand away from. And that leaves you at twenty seven thousand so now you divide that by two. So the long insured of is this you're gonna lose fourteen thousand dollars in lost benefits. So the earnings cap would affect wipe out about fourteen thousand dollars in benefits leaving you with a net benefit of only six thousand dollars of your husband's benefit now if you claim your benefit of sixty two because it's higher you're really going to run into the same issue. It's really so complicated when it comes to social security, and like, you just pointed out in a lot of cases, even though the government's dangling that bunny in front of your face. There are some restrictions there, and they can reduce your benefit if you're still working. So in a lot of cases when that comes into play. It makes no sense to start taking early is. If you delay it it continues to roll up eight percent a year. So you're going to get a higher benefit when you elect to take it down the road absolutely in. The thing is is that when you structure this properly, those increases are pretty sizable. We're talking about eight percent year for upwards of four years. Years with cost of living increases in that's a permanent increase that. This arriving spouse will end up with for the rest of his or her life. So this social security or is really a critical area to to get correct? And we do run an analysis on social security to make sure that you're filing properly. Oh, it's it's definitely part of the complete planning review. And it's so complicated. There's so many different strategies, not only are you thinking about when to file ones optimal time for me.
UCF QB McKenzie Milton leg pressing in the gym just over a month after almost losing leg to brutal injury
"Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO. Still no arrests in the murder of a boon high school student killed walking to school yards. Johnny sheriff's office still offering a ten thousand dollar reward for any information. Alejandro Martinez was just fifteen years old when he was shot and killed near WALDO street in east. Kaley street back in December police have released surveillance video of a car believed to be involved, but nothing else in terms of a suspect. Description voice funeral has been held in a gofundme erase over fourteen thousand dollars to help pay for those costs. Anyone with information is asked to call crimeline, Kevin reviews. News ninety six point five WDBO. Updating breaking news from yesterday. We told you that rod Rosenstein is out on his way out of the. Attorney general office and the Trump administration. Now this morning, we learned that he plans to stay on until Robert Muller submits. His report a source tells NBC news that Rosenstein would remain in the office until early March. Several legal sources have said they expect the molar team to submit its report by mid to late February Rosenstein has been overseeing the special counsel's investigation into Russia's meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Our young people can do stupid things, and this is right up there in Ohio team horsing around playing Russian roulette with a handgun when he was shot in the head Akron. Police say the seventeen year old was playing with a sixteen year old boy and a twenty year old man Saturday when he was shot police are trying to determine if he shot himself or he was shot by the other gamers. Snares gave the green light to a program may to help. First responders too the pulse nightclub massacre, the mental health program will benefit emergency room, nurses. Police firefighters and paramedics who worked the crime scene to deal with the horrors. They see on the job. Donna white is manager of Orange County's division of mental health and homelessness services when you're in a state of trauma regularly. It has the ability to change your brain chemistry. She says law enforcement often don't seek out mental health counseling because they don't want anyone to know what they're going through. There's a little bit of a stigma attached to, you know, am I weak because this is affecting me like this. The program will teach first responders how to care for themselves after crisis events and recognize the symptoms of PTSD and their peers
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That happened. A couple of times if that happens they'll call now. Okay. Anyway, not really official capacity gift capital and under the gift tax world, the first fifteen thousand that I give any particular person. I had this question of the day. We'll I can't give them they're not related has nothing to do with relationships. So yeah, it has to do with did I move money or capital from my ownership name to somebody else's ownership. Name. That's a gift. Got adequate compensation to me. I got nothing in return. Yes. And so that's a gift. And now we hear a lot of we throw around this number quite a bit. When we talk about gifting this year. We're throwing around fifteen thousand dollars couple years. It was fourteen thousand dollars prior to that. And I don't know what it will probably be the same next year fifteen thousand dollars. This is where a lot of confusion comes into people have heard that you can give up to fifteen thousand dollars this year in two thousand eighteen. And not have to worry about a gift tax well on the surface. That sounds like anything that you give above fifteen thousand dollars subjects somebody to paying some tax. Whether it's the giver or the receiver not so professor Plum. I mean, there is the technical answer. And there's the real the reality answer if I were to give John right now. Fifty thousand dollars the first fifteen thousand is part of the annual tax free gift exclusion. So I don't have to even report that necessarily, but the other thirty five not, including the fact that he's very just assuming a single individual. This is all assumptions because he's not single B. I know this is a hypothetical. This is a bizarro world, you know. But in that world, the first fifteen thousand gave them for the year is a non event from a gift tax standpoint. Basically the other thirty five though is technically a taxable gift, however until such time as during my lifetime or at death. I've exceeded cumulatively eleven million almost two hundred thousand dollars in cumulative taxable gifts eleven point two million. There is a credit. I fill out a tax return. And I say, okay, the gift on that was the if I gave him thirty five thousand dollars the gift tax may have been three hundred fifty bucks. I don't know what it would have been. So I'm using up some of my credit IRS pays the credit. They they tell me. Okay. You just reduced the amount of credit? You have available for yourself a death. Basically you've reduced the amount of money. You can pass when you die by that thirty five thousand that you gave John as a taxable gift this year. So instead of being able to give if I died this year eleven million two hundred thousand dollars, I think it's what million one hundred eighty but we'll call two hundred. If I die the first eleven million one hundred and sixty five thousand I can pass without an estate tax anything above that. Oh, don't we wish we would have a an actual tax associated with it were the estate would pay the tax. So the reality is it's kind of a non event for most people when it comes to gift taxes because from what I have heard in statistical lead not that many people are worth more than eleven million two hundred thousand dollars per person. Now, if you are worth in excess of that, then you have potentially your your state will pay some taxes when you die or you could run into some gift taxes. Now, if you get really carried away, I know somebody who is this next week in going to the annual dinner for the family most of the family they see once a year. They don't even know the person that is putting this on. Yeah. He's a great uncle always and part of the dinner is they all receive a.
U.S. actors, TV networks agree to end casting couch
"Bbc the former orthodox priest said he'd involved ukraine security services the moment he was approached and played along to try and gain vital intelligence jennifer medimmune kief mr symbolic a ukrainian nationalist told me how he was approached to kill the russian journalists and received a deposit of fourteen thousand dollars all the time mr symbolic says he was in close contact with ukraine's security services the man who is to symbolic says gave him the money barry's gear man was arrested the next day ukraine says he was working on russian instructions but mr chairman is now also claiming he was working for the security services and new all the time it was fake antigovernment activists in nicaragua have clashed with riot police and paramilitary groups in the northern city of hindu where at least one person was killed and many injured overnight videos posted on the internet show masked protesters gathering for a second night of violence this is the world news from the bbc the swiss of voting in a referendum today on proposals to regulate online gambling the new banking law the gambling legislation would only permit online betting on licensed sites run by swiss casinos all lotteries internet providers would have to block foreign sites swiss voters will also have their say on a proposal to prevent commercial banks from creating money by lending more than they hold in savings supporters of the proposal say would make the banking system fairer the largest union of actors in the united states says it's reached a tentative agreement with the four major us television networks limiting editions in hotel rooms or private homes the agreement about the use of the socalled casting couch follows accusations of sexual misconduct and abuse in hollywood peter bows reports from los angeles the union which represents about one hundred and sixty thousand actors i drafted rules in april calling for an end to auditions interview views and other meetings in hotel rooms or private residences the goal being to eliminate the potential for predators to exploit performers behind closed doors under the guise of a professional meeting came after the outrage that followed reports of harvey weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct over many years he's denied the allegations hundreds of people in guatemala have taken part in a demonstration to.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"It was supposed to be fourteen thousand dollars you may find one fair amount cheaper than that so what you're saying is that i should possibly look around at at dealerships and so forth and you know practice might negotiating skills and see what i can get at a dealership for for a hybrid or tell me how many miles you drive day not that much i'm what i'm actually thinking of doing is becoming a lift or an uber driver or something like that and in that i all of my cars are older much older and i'm thinking of actually getting something that's in this century and driving some distance in various things and you know gas mileage in my older cars isn't really that great free is a perfect vehicle for an uber a whiff driver because you're looking at fuel economy that will average around fifty two to fifty four miles a gallon exactly now i will tell you if you're going to be an uber lift driver i really like for you to look at the prius v v in is in victory okay which is a like a micro van i guess you'd call it okay or almost like a large stay small station wagon because what that allows you to do is you're able to carry a lot of people in a lot of luggage oh okay good to know and so looking at any of the hybrids though used is just your timing could not be more perfect if you tried now can the the price of the least vehicle be renegotiated if a lease is done with a.
Rose McGowan Loses Bid to Have Cocaine Charge Dropped
"In a different way the drug probably went modestly cut the risk of death or heart problems for heart attack victims in a big study probably you entered a similar drug have been sold since two thousand fifteen but they cost more than fourteen thousand dollars a year and insurers have balked at covering them except for people with very high heart risks the new evidence that probably went to improve survival may help expand its use a motion to dismiss a charge of cocaine possession against actress rose mcgowan been declined by judge in virginia her lawyers have suggested the drugs may have been planted by agents hired by disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein in an effort to discredit her for making sex assault accusations against him mcgowan was charged after authorities said cocaine was founded a wallet she left behind on a flight to dulles international airport in january of two thousand seventeen or lawyers said the drugs could have been planted before the wallet was found by cleaning crew chief general district court judge debra welch said the issues could be addressed it in march twenty first hearing when live testimony could be presented what do you get when you twist together the rush of a wood coaster with the gravity defying aerial thrills of a steel coaster you get twisted timbers changed all new hybrid coaster you get speeding barrel rolls rumbling g forces and whiteknuckle inversions in other words it's a ride like nothing you've experienced before so prepare yourself for the unexpected thrills of twisted timbers the area's first hybrid roller coaster and for a limited time everyone pays kids price at kings dominion dot com texas package bombs northeast store again i'm tim maguire within ap newsmen a police in austin texas are looking for whoever has been dropping off package bombs earlier this month.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A fourteen thousand dollar maximum in eight team plus an additional fourteen that would count for 2017 while things have changed a little technically though you can't make up a gift that i'd missed last year's like you know i won the lottery is february of 2018 a really wanted to give my kids fourteen 1450 thousand last year so i'm gonna actually i should have been giving him the muddy all along for the past twenty years i'm just going to give them seventy grant or seven hundred rare whatever the number israel and say that it actually was for previous years that doesn't work but three allergy as with today's new tax laws leia's fate laws the of portability now that we've got the ability to give away a lot of money without and gift tax from the federal government yes there is something called a non taxable gift for 2018 is fifteen thousand dollars anything that we give any one individual in during the calendar year 2018 that's more than fifteen thousand dollars is technically what they would call a taxable gift but i don't pay taxes on it and tell those taxable iq the gift exceed eleven million plus dollars not too worried about it as per person now eleven million over my life per person so if you're married couples twenty twenty two million million just unless you're worth a whole bunch of money his him the money if that's what you wanna this has thrown is not going to only valerie third halim he gave on the money and don't pay any gift acts on esi brink okay area and take a break we've got more to come obviously is a lot talked about eight.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"House i can't live on fourteen thousand dollars a year so i decided i'm not doing that you know i it's not about my politics is about shoring up the system because the reality is our system would have been fine for like five years maybe ten years but there's a lot of people in the system who need their pension to be there in thirty years eight or you know when it wasn't going to be so anyway my tagline at the time was this is math not politics i won around i talk to anybody who would listen including many people who did not want to hear from me and i basically said look i i got some bad news this is the math of it i know we need to solve this so when central falls went bankrupt uh i don't mean to sound cynical here but politicians do talk about never letting a good crisis go to waste was it the kind of crisis that got the attention of voters and others in the state and then let you say look if we want to have it not be that bad we have to at least take some medicine now i think it lent credibility to what i was saying it was hard for people to say oh she's she's fearmongering or she's not right this won't happen because it was happening so it just made it very real at the time i don't wanna sugarcoat this there was a huge amount of resistance many people did not agree however the legislature overwhelmingly voted for my proposal so it was vast majorities bipartisan voting in favour the proposal than you did we should say get elected and statewide election to governor this move was made as treasurer correct yes he has no you're right you're right i made for a very difficult election i have a very difficult democratic primary running for governor you know frankly as a result of this but i want so how do you explain that you did something that would be theoretically so politically unpopular especially for democrat and yet you then one governorship as a democrat i and he was the right thing to do when people realize that you know i i told the truth to people i was honest i was in sierre and we solve the problem you know i.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WCHS
"Goal of fourteen thousand dollars on their kickstarter and they raised forty one thousand dollars of a simple video did they make the product or is the product coming out her we the product is coming out is really cool and you know what i mean i never would have thought of that mitarai does remain the ink but the lid helmet i might have you well nine i'm not to impress well like you know i don't like motorcycles i should just say this right off the top i don't like motorcyclists of this was a bicycle helmet oh it's a bicycle helmet yes and i didn't realize it was a bike how it's a normal side look you have the video here on tv cam it's a normal bicycle helmet in the the way they it is you're supposed to be able to carry with you wherever you go it's collapsible in a collapses about an inch and a half on either side it's still a pretty big helmet right and they asked for they had a goal of twenty thousand they ended up reading twenty eight thousand dollars to save people i dunno three inches of space that does it you know what i wouldn't put i wouldn't want my money wrapped up in that i'm not impressed with that are now now the cat the cadillac it is his toilet for cats written a you know what i you know it's like a little conveyor belt system on which little fido sets here's the thing doesn't ever need to be cleaned up because you hook it up to your sink and to the toilet now this may grow some people out for when the can't goes number two the conveyor belt senses of the cats gone in sends it down the cadillac drain then grinds it up and sends it to your toilet to be flushed out and then cleans the toilet with the water from your sink have you ever had a cat never i not a huge fan of cats in think so but i don't think the country is either they wanted sixty thousand dollars for this.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You can give up to fourteen thousand dollars a year in and so forth so even if you are giving as gifts there may be some issues if you give too much as as a gift but understand that anything you receive in compensation for doing something is going to be deemed by the irs as taxable income the most boys don't have much of an issue with this because they're just go by what's shows up in the w and if they're ploy or has accounted for and put it another w two than there he added they don't even though they're paying taxes on it in some respects so irian brought up the just just because it's kind of fun to talk about you brought up the oprah now you brought up the that like like a bagels the bagels yeah you know maybe two or three times a week they bring in bagels right and so an employee ebay over the course of a year eat more than two hundred dollars worth of bagels i've seen people do that one day never know but what does the mayor cost you know to three bucks a pop i dunno i don't know why they goes but okay do they i don't know all right well you know you don't have to have very many of them before you're up over the minimus limits i mean nobody's going to come after you for that will it also one of the things that the litmustest as if it's an unreasonable accounting nightmare task year out of it yet they're just gonna say will wash our hands of it right exactly and i i don't know what they'll say cash is never an unreasonable thing to keep track of no okay because you know how much you got his it's fairly easy to distinguish between that but as far as i don't even knows a company right off pagel's advise beshir somalia that as an expense the office expense there's your gray area right there eat more two hundred dollars worth of bagels you're supposed to claim those bagels as a as a day on your tax withholding portion of the bagels anyway there you go all right just some fun stuff i bring that up phil try that at all of.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You can give up to fourteen thousand dollars a year in and and so forth so even if you are giving as gifts there may be some issues if you give too much as as a gift but understand that anything you receive in compensation for doing something is going to be deemed by the irs as taxable income the most the boys don't have much of an issue with this because the they're just go by what's shows up at the wto and if they're player has accounted ford for the w two than there yeah they they don't even know they're paying taxes on it in some respects so here you brought up the just just because it's kind of fun to talk about you brought up the oprah no you brought up the bagels the bagels maybe two or three times a week they bring in bagels right and so an employee may over the course of a year eat more than one hundred dollars where the bagels i've seen people do that and one day you never know but what does the mayor because you know twothree bucks a pop i don't know i don't buy bagels but okay do they i dunno all right well you don't have to have very many of them before you're up over the de minimis limits i mean nobody's going to come after you for that will it also one of the things that the the litmustest as if it's an unreasonable accounting nightmare data that the they're just going to say well wash our hands of it right exactly and i i don't know they'll say cash is never an unreasonable thing to keep track of no no no because you know how much you got it's it's fairly easy to distinguish between that but as far as i don't even know it was a company right off bagels advise grocer oh yeah the do as an expense office expense there's your gray area right there were two hundred dollars worth of bagels you're supposed to claim those bagels as a as a day on your tax withholding portion of the bagel anyway there you go all right just some fun stuff just bring that up don't.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"You add your children's name to the account as joint tennis with writer sire shut if okay so what what what can happens when you pass away it's going to be very easy for them to take over control of the bank account without need of probate however technically i mean it's not enforce really that much but technically that is a gift to your children because now they have a joint tenet interest in the account if it's over fourteen thousand dollars then you know you need to file a gift tax return there will not be a gift tax owed because you're below the lifetime exemption but you're not technically that can occur also for medicaid purposes if you fall break a hip later than apply for medicaid they medicaid could make the argument that you made a transfer of the account balances to your children which can be problematic there's a way to remedy that but what i like about your plan is now you have to ayers and you are going to pass the account to your children without probate and i'm going when we come back from the break stay on the line bob because i'm gonna tell you about a method to do the same thing with your real estate so you can pass it to them without even using last once estimate which requires a court procedure called probate this is the boom at show we'll be back right after this if you could get rewarded for sleeping would you what about for sitting on a bench looking out at the ocean or for sit in a comfy chair watching football on tv guess what that third dream job is real thanks the.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"W j teague pearl jackson morning again boats at kelly kyle here with all form of filed win and associates in its eight eighteen this morning on a tuesday morning uh you're listening to peace of mind estate planning a before the break we were talking about how not to do medicaid planning telling you about some bad advice that a family had received that came to us later on in some of the advice that they had been given by their small town attorney who was not very experienced in medicaid planning was that should give away her house to her children they had also received advice that because mom had more money in cash than she was allowed to have and still qualify for medicaid benefits that mom could give away fourteen thousand dollars per year to each of her children without any penalty let's talk about that that is a common misconception shen but the fourteen thousand dollars does have some basis in fact but it's based in the internal revenue code and there are provisions of the internal revenue code that say you can give away fourteen thousand dollars to a child each child that you have every year that figure by the way is going up to fifteen thousand dollars next year in twenty eighteen but the significance of that number is that you can give that away and not be penalized by the internal revenue service however there is nothing in the medicaid qualification rules that says anything about giving fourteen thousand dollars a year or any amount uh through your children without penalty any amount that is transferred from the medicaid applicant to another person other than their spouse is going to result in a penalty as a result of having made that trained despite my best efforts to educate people about nursing home matters i know that lots of people are still not aware that when a family member has to move into a nursing home there are still things that can be drawn even at that time to save assets in nearly all cases there's hope of saving a pretty big percentage of a person's assets and not having to spend everything that's been earned an accumulated in saved over lifetime if this is something that you and your family or dealing with you really should give us a call at kyle men associates our local number that means for the jackson area is six one nine seven eight seventeen 100 and we know.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Irs them out that we can give anybody each year currently sitting at fourteen thousand dollars off that's going to go up any he argued i just had that same questions you were saying it's been fourteen thousand for quite some time and i don't know what they base that on i think it's probably based on a similar idea that they 401 case and other things are the 401 k limit did go up maybe we'll get an increase i've only seen it in thousand dollar increments it might only be in thousand of that may take it longer to end yes yeah but it's fourteen thousand dollars i can give anybody i don't have to you know with them fourteen thousand dollars during this calendar year and as long as i don't give more than fourteen thousand to any individual i don't have a gift activity i could stand you know we've talked about that oh streak or heading out fourteen thousand dollar bundles laws nobody got line twice i don't have any i think the report yet although i probably will wanna keep a recording of if i were that wealthy the ira and they a look at you but technically saying reordering if the nontaxable gift yeah you're doing nothing other than giving away your money it's only if john be in the greedy one that he is in line twice in i don't notice that and i give him another bundle of fourteen thousand while then have that second fourteen thousands laws a calendar year is is is by the time i got my my give your original in january and somehow you came back through an in october i gave you the other fourteen thousand i have to report that second gift because i'm over the fourteen thousand dollars then again in a given calendar tax year one for it any one person other than my current us spouse us is a key issue that it does.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You don't have any i remind anyone so i've maybe he was just misunderstanding with it's the contribution that we're looking at as what they call a back to a roth ross who stepped contributing to a traditional ira as a non deductible contribution than converting that and that the only way to make that happen on a tax rebates have no other iras but there's no reason for them to do a back door roth ira the combined income between the two of them the four their health insurance deductions at work before they're 401 k deductions at work is two hundred thousand dollars they need to bring them down by fourteen thousand dollars ars his wife is contributing to their 401 k thinking she's wilder contributing ten percent yes is contributing fourteen thousand that brings her their household income adjust to grow think of under the one '86 that doesn't even include any money they're putting into their you know paying for their health insurance we bring it down as well they don't have to do a backdoor roth as long as they are keeping their in covet that one of these six are lower by do the 401 k they can just do they don't have to make the 104 disappear into the 401 k they can just do direct contributions to a roth ira yeah okay now you mentioned ten percent that could you you read the email and so i didn't get to this search read this portion of it but here's here's where the key was they said this adviser also recommended reducing her 401 k contribution from ten percent currently down to four percent which takes.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WCHS
"By members choi's west virginia federal credit union where you've made the right choice magistrate yegor stepped down on thursday amid growing allegations of embezzlement that stem from her serve office as treasurer of the west virginia magistrate court association said spreme court of appeals administrative director gerry johnson followed a complaint on wednesday saying yegor has embezzled at least fourteen thousand dollars from that organisation uigurs benaco i can imagine strich since 2005 a man wanted in connection with a homicide in and huntington from earlier this week is now behind bars 40yearold raul with role was arrested thursday afternoon in lawrence county ohio police say he has a long criminal history and is now charged in connection with the murder and robbery of david ralph on wednesday at a home on huntington's virginia avenue close to twenty teenagers are facing charges of underage drinking and possession of marijuana after south charleston police say they broke up a party earlier this week that party put together and promoted via snapchat among the teams were staged at a vacant home that's currently for sale on pen street police say there was some damage to the house in one teenager a loaded gun the teams were charged and released of their parents what the west virginia national guard is doing with the boy scout jamboree will last well beyond the thousands of scarves and volunteers when they go home state editon general jim hoyer says the guard is in charge of a military force at the jamboree site in fayette county it's also playing a role in an interagency task force then there are two other military exercise is is taking place with guard members in other parts of the state at the saint taught hoyer says what they will do through the end of the jamboree provides an excellent training ground for the national guard is a unique opportunity broke support the security and safety or the scout but be better prepared to do our overseas and our homeland bishop.
"fourteen thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Her using his income as long as they file gas joint return would it goes on the return and its return is as long as there's money on that joint return it can go to either one of the spouses retirement ira accounts it doesn't matter which one it just becomes the joint money the come community money veto file of joint return the now you're separate individuals your filing a separate return during house yours or your spouses income there's and they have to you each have to have your own income discipline court your own ira contribution now used to have 13000 because he's at about sixty five hundred dollar contribution for for her and her her one or both fifty years of age or older right now the the fact that you said after four one k contributions is because it w well let's have a job where i make fifteen thousand dollars that's more than thirteen thousand dollars but i contribute fourteen thousand dollars to my ira yep our excuse me mike all on care work will now i can't use the same dollar to support the row off salary deferral and an ira contribution my salary could either go to the 401 k oregon go to an ira but it can't use the theme dollar to go to both places no dollar split no now you can do to max if you have if you make enough money to cover it you could do the max sixty five hundred in his case into a into loyalists called roth or any ira and at another you know call it twenty four thousand into you have to have a case thirty thousand five hundred dollars that worth okay they can break this hour just fly in by eight seven senate planner our number pla double any are lines open give us a call.