36 Burst results for "Jill"

Fresh update on "jill" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:41 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jill" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"On a dating app. I admit. Really? My mistakes. Well done. She wasn't a box. She's a real person. Have you gotten influenced by Russian disinformation in those swing states enough to vote for Jill Stein? You're not the first person that's been duped. Yeah, there's no shame in it, but look, this is what compromises. You know, I'm not going to take the lesser of two evils. I would love some lesser of two evils right now. Wouldn't it lesser of two evils be great? We all got taken by a con man. Professionally speaking here on the Stephanie Miller show? It's happened to all of us. Who are you talking about, Al Gore? What? Stop it. No, it just goes a joke. It's a joke. Yes. Can I just say a lesson about that about accountability Travis? Oh man. You know what I'm talking about? I know you're talking about. If

Jill Stein Stephanie Miller Al Gore Travis
Rep. Jan Schakowsky on the American Lives Trump Has Ruined

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:36 min | Last week

Rep. Jan Schakowsky on the American Lives Trump Has Ruined

"Let's just say. Good morning. To find American. Rocking congresswoman from the great state of Illinois, Jan schakowsky. Good morning representative. Oh, good morning. Good morning. I have to tell you, I don't think I've felt the level of anger out there from our listeners. I mean, people in general, from yesterday's hearing, just the pure raw emotion and watching these Americans whose lives were destroyed by this president. It was just so painful. I watched that explode. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Here's a woman who was for years. I understand trying to help just make elections go smoothly. She was just a stand up citizen, helping people. And suddenly became targeted. And when she talked yesterday, she said, really, in many ways, her life was just ruined. And that of her mother, it's just incredible until the president of the United States targeting her, really, it was a kind of terrorist attack in a way. On her. And she's afraid to give her name to anyone, then this is typical of the retribution that this president, the president, former president Trump, and his people. And the. Hooligans who helped him out went after these innocent people, it's just

Jan Schakowsky Illinois President Trump United States
Trump Is Ready to Abandon Attorney John Eastman

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:16 min | Last week

Trump Is Ready to Abandon Attorney John Eastman

"Reporting this morning, I'm sure you've heard is that they're getting ready to turn on John eastman that Trump is getting ready to throw Josh. Which you look at any history and go, of course he is. He does it to everybody. What's John eastman going to do is the question, is he going to flip, do you think, is he going to save himself? You know, what could he do that would hurt? He is a lawyer who is in total disrepute because let's face it. His theory was total nonsense. It had even he in a red line version had said, here's the opposite, which is true. And so he knew that what he was saying was fraudulent. Donald Trump knew it was fraudulent because everybody else, including his own lawyers, and his vice president were saying, this is not a power that I have. I can not do this. It's illegal. It seems to me that you can't get away with this continuously. So even if eastman were to turn on him, it would certainly would help. I mean, everybody who turns is good. It's just, I wonder what happened to people like Pence, why didn't he come forward? Why didn't he enforce the Twenty-fifth Amendment? When his own life was put in

John Eastman Donald Trump Josh Eastman
Watergate Lawyer Jill Wine-Banks on How Nixon Impacts Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:30 min | Last week

Watergate Lawyer Jill Wine-Banks on How Nixon Impacts Trump

"I thought it was interesting. You tweeted if Nixon had been indicted, it would have sent a message to future wrongdoers in office and created a precedent. It also would have been the right thing to do based on the overwhelming evidence of the facts. One of the things I thought was so interesting, I'd forgotten Jill in watching gaslit is that one of the major reasons cited why Jerry Ford didn't win election is because he pardoned Nixon. Oh, yeah. Exactly. And it certainly was a reason I campaigned against him. In part, it's the wrong thing to do when you have clear culpability. You need to hold people accountable. And our failure to do that in a meaningful way, even though there was a legitimate impeachment going on and he would have been impeached but for partly because your father's running mate went to The White House and said, if you don't resign, you will be convicted in the Senate. Yeah. So it was obvious that there was an alternative remedy then, but the message obviously hasn't gotten through to Donald Trump in the same way that he's committed charitable wrongdoing before. He was fined $2 million after raising 3 million, which means he came out a net profit of 1 million. Right. And that's not enough. So now he's raised 250 million in a ripoff based on the big lie. And, you know, if the penalty isn't in excess of 250 million, then it isn't a penalty at

Nixon Jerry Ford Jill White House Donald Trump Senate
Joe Biden Falls off His Bike

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:22 min | Last week

Joe Biden Falls off His Bike

"Know, this Trump bicycle thing. Or the Biden bicycle thing. This is, this is pretty brilliant. So Biden's writing his bicycle in Delaware and what gets me is when I was about to get up and give a speech when I heard hey, have you heard? People were talking about it back in the green room. Have you heard about that? What happened? I thought maybe somebody, I had a little baby Jill had crashed into Biden. I didn't know what was going on. Maybe Kamala did a T bone, but it turns out that he had actually stopped the bicycle. And was trying to get off the bicycle when it all went when I went to you know what? And he's okay. It's not like, you know, he's fine. He just got bruised a little bit. But it's kind of like this guy have you noticed that he always has trouble walking up the stairs. He fell down the stairs. It would be like, that would not be good. That would not be good. Because he just keep tumbling. I think he would tumble all the way down. But how many times does two or three times he's had trouble climbing the stairs maneuvering the stairs on an Air Force One, and now the poor guy fell down and he couldn't get up, it was terrible. So you do wonder at what point at what point does somebody step in and like mister president, you got to call it a day here.

Biden Kamala Delaware Jill Air Force
FBI Can't Tell Sen. Cruz if FBI Knew About Jan. 6 Informants or Not

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

FBI Can't Tell Sen. Cruz if FBI Knew About Jan. 6 Informants or Not

"I want you to hear senator Ted Cruz getting right to the crux of this with a senior FBI official named Jill Sanborn on Capitol Hill this week. I want to turn to the FBI. How many FBI agents or confidential informants actively participated in the events of January 6th? Sir, I'm sure you can appreciate that I can't go into the specifics of sources and methods. Did any FBI agents or confidential informants actively participate in the events of January 6th? Yes. Sir, I can't, I can't answer that. Did any FBI agents are confidential informants commit crimes of violence on January 6th? I can't answer that, sir. Did any FBI agents or FBI informants actively encourage and incite crimes of violence on January 6th? I can't answer that. Miss sad burn. Who is raps? I'm aware of the individual, sir. I don't have the specific background to him. How does that not blow your mind? I'm serious. If you're sitting there saying, oh, Trump incited violence.

FBI Senator Ted Cruz Jill Sanborn SIR Capitol Hill Donald Trump
Jill Biden helps unveil postage stamp honoring Nancy Reagan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jill Biden helps unveil postage stamp honoring Nancy Reagan

"Jill Biden helps unveil a postage stamp honoring Nancy Reagan Not only was the audience pleased as the stamp was revealed the First Lady loved it too Isn't the step just beautiful At The White House ceremony Jill Biden said First Lady Nancy Reagan served the American people with grace She understood that the role of First Lady came with inherent pitfalls and scrutiny The issuance of the forever first class stamp Barry Nancy Reagan's image is part of a yearlong celebration of the former First Lady Centennial by the Ronald Reagan presidential foundation and institute I'm Shelley Adler

Jill Biden Nancy Reagan Barry Nancy Reagan White House Ronald Reagan Presidential Fou Shelley Adler
Bidens briefly moved to secure location after plane entered restricted airspace

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bidens briefly moved to secure location after plane entered restricted airspace

"The White House says a small private airplane entered restricted airspace near President Biden's Delaware vacation home I'm Ben Thomas with details The intrusion prompted a brief evacuation of the president and First Lady Jill Biden from the Rehoboth beach home The Secret Service says the plane mistakenly entered secured airspace and was immediately escorted out A preliminary investigation indicated the pilot was not on the proper radio channel and was not following published flight guidance The federal aviation administration published flight restrictions earlier this week standard practice for presidential trips outside Washington They include a ten mile radius no fly zone within a 30 mile restricted zone accidental airspace breaches particularly around temporary restricted zones are common I'm Ben

President Biden Ben Thomas Jill Biden Rehoboth Beach White House Delaware Secret Service Federal Aviation Administratio Washington BEN
A Message to Joe Biden Following Mass Shootings: 'Do Something'

Mark Levin

01:41 min | Last month

A Message to Joe Biden Following Mass Shootings: 'Do Something'

"Jill and I visited Arlington national cemetery As we enter those hallowed grounds we saw rows and rows of crosses among the rows of headstones with other emblems of belief honoring those who paid the ultimate price on battlefields around the world The day before we visited you valde you validate Texas In front of rob elementary school we stood before 21 crosses For 19 third and fourth graders and two teachers on each cross a name and nearby a photo of each victim that Jill and I reached out to touch innocent victims murdered in the classroom that had been turned into a killing field Standing there in that small town like so many other communities across America I couldn't help but think there are too many other schools too many other everyday places that have become killing fields battlefields here in America we stood at such a place just 12 days before Cross from a grocery store in Buffalo New York memorializing ten fellow Americans a spouse a parent a grandparent a sibling gone forever And both places we spent hours with hundreds of family members who were broken whose lives will never be the same They had one message for all of us Do something Just do something for God's sake do something

Rob Elementary School Jill Arlington National Cemetery Texas America Buffalo New York
Jill Biden says she, president settle arguments by 'fexting'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Jill Biden says she, president settle arguments by 'fexting'

"First Lady Jill Biden says she and the president don't like to hash out their disagreements in front of others and instead do it on their phones The First Lady says they argue by text as she calls it fixing After she recently texted him during an argument doctor Biden tells Harper's BAZAAR magazine the president told her you realize that's going to go down in history There will be a record of that noting presidential communications are preserved Doctor Biden told the magazine I won't tell you what I called him that time She also says the first couple may soon be sharing The White House living quarters with a teenage granddaughter who landed a summer internship here in Washington and wants to move into the executive mansion with her grandparents Sagar Meghani Washington

Jill Biden Bazaar Magazine Biden Harper White House Washington Sagar Meghani
White Supremacy Is the Big Lie

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last month

White Supremacy Is the Big Lie

"The president just spoke at buffalo. Let's hear some of the speech. Jill and I bring you this message from deep and our nation's soul. In America, evil will not win. I promise you, hate will not prevail. And white supremacy will not have the last word. So this guy came to office trying to unite right. I'm going to unite Americans. He's the most divisive president, including Trump in American history. The guy hates his own country. It's a gigantic lie. It is a gigantic lie. It is the big lie. Of a fascism communism, nazism, that white supremacy is this great threat in America. All it is is a way of the left gaining more power. They've created a boogeyman, is white supremacy evil. Yes, it is. Is it rampant? No, it's not. That's the lie.

Jill Buffalo America Donald Trump
'This has to end': Jill Biden sees Ukraine moms' heartbreak

AP News Radio

01:09 min | Last month

'This has to end': Jill Biden sees Ukraine moms' heartbreak

"First first first first lady lady lady lady Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden has has has has been been been been visiting visiting visiting visiting with with with with Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian women women women women and and and and children children children children who who who who fled fled fled fled the the the the war war war war in in in in their their their their country country country country to to to to neighboring neighboring neighboring neighboring Romania Romania Romania Romania I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at our our our our trip trip trip trip who who who caress caress caress the the the First First First Lady Lady Lady saw saw saw how how how teachers teachers teachers helping helping helping some some some of of of the the the approximately approximately approximately nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand refugees refugees refugees who who who fled fled fled to to to Romania Romania Romania since since since Russia Russia Russia invaded invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine telling telling telling reporters reporters reporters later later later help help help and and and help help help the the the children children children drew drew drew pictures pictures pictures Biden Biden Biden noticed noticed noticed one one one girl girl girl she she she didn't didn't didn't want want want to to to draw draw draw the the the girl's girl's girl's mother mother mother told told told Biden Biden Biden the the the harrowing harrowing harrowing escape escape escape from from from Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine after after after being being being holed holed holed up up up in in in a a a cramped cramped cramped cold cold cold base base base about about about the the the little little little hello hello hello all all all that that that and and and also also also praised praised praised the the the Romanian Romanian Romanian government government government and and and relief relief relief organizations organizations organizations for for for the the the eight eight eight they're they're they're providing providing providing I I I think think think this this this is is is really really really unfortunately unfortunately unfortunately just just just the the the beginning beginning beginning just just just the the the beginning beginning beginning I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

Romania Biden Biden Biden Ukraine Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Romanian Romanian Romanian Gov Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thom
Harris positive for COVID-19, Biden not 'close contact'

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Harris positive for COVID-19, Biden not 'close contact'

"The the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says vice vice vice vice president president president president Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Harris Harris Harris Harris tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus the the the the plan plan plan plan is is is is for for for for the the the the vice vice vice vice president president president president to to to to isolated isolated isolated isolated home home home home and and and and work work work work remotely remotely remotely remotely the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says she she she she tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive on on on on both both both both rapid rapid rapid rapid and and and and PCR PCR PCR PCR test test test test but but but but has has has has exhibited exhibited exhibited exhibited no no no no symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms Harris's Harris's Harris's Harris's press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Allen Allen Allen Allen said said said said neither neither neither neither president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden or or or or First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is considered considered considered considered a a a a close close close close contact contact contact contact in in in in recent recent recent recent days days days days Harris Harris Harris Harris received received received received her her her her second second second second coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus shot shot shot shot around around around around the the the the time time time time she she she she was was was was sworn sworn sworn sworn in in in in last last last last year year year year and and and and received received received received a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster shot shot shot shot earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month the the the the diagnosis diagnosis diagnosis diagnosis comes comes comes comes a a a a month month month month after after after after Harris's Harris's Harris's Harris's husband husband husband husband Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M. Hoff Hoff Hoff Hoff recovered recovered recovered recovered from from from from the the the the virus virus virus virus at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington Washington

White White White White House Harris Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamill Kirsten Kirsten Kirsten Kirste Biden Biden Biden Biden Lady Lady Lady Lady Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Harris Harris Harris Harris Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington
Biden avoids politics in honoring hockey champion Lightning

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Biden avoids politics in honoring hockey champion Lightning

"President president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden mostly mostly mostly mostly avoided avoided avoided avoided politics politics politics politics in in in in honoring honoring honoring honoring the the the the Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup Cup champion champion champion champion Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Bay Bay Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House it it it it was was was was a a a a rare rare rare rare sports sports sports sports break break break break for for for for the the the the president president president president during during during during the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine he he he he pointed pointed pointed pointed out out out out Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa sports sports sports sports success success success success Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers won won won won the the the the Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl to to to raise raise raise one one one of of of the the the padded padded padded these these these guys guys guys behind behind behind me me me became became became back back back to to to back back back Stanley Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup champions champions champions and and and then then then maybe maybe maybe you're you're you're not not not sure sure sure who who who knows knows knows the the the president president president did did did reference reference reference First First First Lady Lady Lady Jill Jill Jill Biden's Biden's Biden's attendance attendance attendance at at at a a a vaccination vaccination vaccination event event event at at at the the the lightning's lightning's lightning's home home home arena arena arena last last last year year year I'm I'm I'm not not not saying saying saying that that that the the the First First First Lady Lady Lady be be be there there there and and and your your your read read read it it it during during during the the the playoffs playoffs playoffs is is is why why why you you you want want want to to to get get get into into into political political political reference reference reference for for for the the the battleground battleground battleground state state state of of of Florida Florida Florida she she she was was was there there there during during during the the the election election election season season season as as as well well well he he he seems seems seems to to to show show show up up up with with with people people people when when when there there there were were were no no no noticeable noticeable noticeable absences absences absences on on on the the the team team team even even even the the the three three three players players players from from from Russia Russia Russia where where where they're they're they're at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington

Ukraine Tampa President President President Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanle Cup Cup Cup Champion Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Bay Ba White White White White House Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccanee Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl Stanley Stanley Cup Cup Cup Champions Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Arena Arena Arena Buccaneers Florida Russia Donahue Donahue Donahue Washin
Rain dampens the 1st White House Easter Egg Roll since 2019

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Rain dampens the 1st White House Easter Egg Roll since 2019

"The the the the White White White White House House House House has has has has resumed resumed resumed resumed a a a a long long long long standing standing standing standing tradition tradition tradition tradition firstly firstly firstly the the the Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden and and and the the the president president president welcome welcome welcome some some some thirty thirty thirty thousand thousand thousand kids kids kids and and and adults adults adults to to to a a a soggy soggy soggy south south south lawn lawn lawn for for for the the the first first first egg egg egg rolls rolls rolls since since since before before before the the the virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic this this this year year year were were were finally finally finally getting getting getting together together together again again again and and and it's it's it's so so so special special special the the the theme theme theme was was was education education education a a a nod nod nod to to to the the the first first first lady's lady's lady's job job job as as as a a a teacher teacher teacher with with with the the the lawn lawn lawn divided divided divided into into into educational educational educational stations stations stations brown brown brown bear bear bear brown brown brown bear bear bear what what what do do do you you you see see see a a a and and and a a a reading reading reading nook nook nook where where where tonight tonight tonight show show show host host host Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon Fallon joined joined joined the the the first first first couple couple couple with with with his his his own own own book book book about about about grandmothers grandmothers grandmothers I I I know know know you you you love love love nana nana nana banana banana banana loves loves loves you you you more more more Sager Sager Sager remained remained remained on on on the the the Washington Washington Washington

White White White White House Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Tonight Tonight Tonight Show S Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon Fallon Nana Nana Nana Banana Sager Sager Sager Washington Washington Washington
Bidens paid 24.6% taxes on $610,702 earnings, returns show

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Bidens paid 24.6% taxes on $610,702 earnings, returns show

"Monday Monday Monday Monday is is is is tax tax tax tax day day day day and and and and the the the the White White White White House House House House has has has has released released released released the the the the returns returns returns returns of of of of president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden and and and and the the the the First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady the the the the return return return return show show show show Joe Joe Joe Joe and and and and Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden earned earned earned earned six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in their their their their first first first first year year year year at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House and and and and paid paid paid paid about about about about one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred fifty fifty fifty fifty thousand thousand thousand thousand in in in in federal federal federal federal income income income income taxes taxes taxes taxes that's that's that's that's a a a a rate rate rate rate of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent compared compared compared compared to to to to the the the the average average average average of of of of around around around around fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen percent percent percent percent the the the the president president president president reports reports reports reports about about about about three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in pay pay pay pay as as as as the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's chief chief chief chief executive executive executive executive while while while while Jill Jill Jill Jill by by by by the the the the first first first first First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady to to to to continue continue continue continue her her her her career career career career earned earned earned earned about about about about sixty sixty sixty sixty seven seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand thousand for for for for her her her her teaching teaching teaching teaching post post post post at at at at a a a a Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia community community community community college college college college vice vice vice vice president president president president Harris Harris Harris Harris and and and and husband husband husband husband Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M. offs offs offs offs return return return return shows shows shows shows earnings earnings earnings earnings of of of of more more more more than than than than one one one one point point point point six six six six billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars they they they they faced faced faced faced a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent federal federal federal federal tax tax tax tax rate rate rate rate and and and and paid paid paid paid more more more more than than than than five five five five hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

White White White White House Lady Lady Lady Lady Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden Jill Jill Jill Jill Virginia Harris Harris Harris Harris Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M Sager Sager Ani Ani Ani Ani Washington Washington
Cracker Jill (MM #4035)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Cracker Jill (MM #4035)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Baseball season is finally getting ready to start, and if you're an old timer, you start thinking about cracker Jack and peanuts and popcorn and all those kinds of things that go with baseball games. I've always loved cracker Jack. I don't know many kids who didn't. I don't know many people who still eat it. I couldn't tell you the last time I had cracker Jack. But there was always something sitting in the back of my little marketing mind that made me wonder why this never happened before. This year, to honor women, cracker Jill. Now it's really just a marketing ploy. There's nothing different about cracker Jack versus cracker Jill other than the packaging. It's almost like a publicity stunt I guess you would say to make the treat a little bit more inclusive. Now I have a feeling it's only temporary. I have a feeling again. It's a marketing ploy. It's a stunt, but they have rerecorded a new version of take me out to the ball game. That's more inclusive. I don't know what that means. I don't know where you'll find it. I don't know anything more than seeing a few pictures of the packages. But at least something that I've been rolling around in my mind for years is finally coming to fruition. So look for cracker Jill on your shelves. Don't worry, cracker Jack's not going anywhere.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Baseball Jack Versus Jack Jill Nasa
Cracker Jill (MM #4035)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Cracker Jill (MM #4035)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Baseball season is finally getting ready to start, and if you're an old timer, you start thinking about cracker Jack and peanuts and popcorn and all those kinds of things that go with baseball games. I've always loved cracker Jack. I don't know many kids who didn't. I don't know many people who still eat it. I couldn't tell you the last time I had cracker Jack. But there was always something sitting in the back of my little marketing mind that made me wonder why this never happened before. This year, to honor women, cracker Jill. Now it's really just a marketing ploy. There's nothing different about cracker Jack versus cracker Jill other than the packaging. It's almost like a publicity stunt I guess you would say to make the treat a little bit more inclusive. Now I have a feeling it's only temporary. I have a feeling again. It's a marketing ploy. It's a stunt, but they have rerecorded a new version of take me out to the ball game. That's more inclusive. I don't know what that means. I don't know where you'll find it. I don't know anything more than seeing a few pictures of the packages. But at least something that I've been rolling around in my mind for years is finally coming to fruition. So look for cracker Jill on your shelves. Don't worry, cracker Jack's not going anywhere.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Baseball Jack Versus Jack Jill Nasa
Cracker Jill (MM #4035)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Cracker Jill (MM #4035)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Baseball season is finally getting ready to start, and if you're an old timer, you start thinking about cracker Jack and peanuts and popcorn and all those kinds of things that go with baseball games. I've always loved cracker Jack. I don't know many kids who didn't. I don't know many people who still eat it. I couldn't tell you the last time I had cracker Jack. But there was always something sitting in the back of my little marketing mind that made me wonder why this never happened before. This year, to honor women, cracker Jill. Now it's really just a marketing ploy. There's nothing different about cracker Jack versus cracker Jill other than the packaging. It's almost like a publicity stunt I guess you would say to make the treat a little bit more inclusive. Now I have a feeling it's only temporary. I have a feeling again. It's a marketing ploy. It's a stunt, but they have rerecorded a new version of take me out to the ball game. That's more inclusive. I don't know what that means. I don't know where you'll find it. I don't know anything more than seeing a few pictures of the packages. But at least something that I've been rolling around in my mind for years is finally coming to fruition. So look for cracker Jill on your shelves. Don't worry, cracker Jack's not going anywhere.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Baseball Jack Versus Jack Jill Nasa
"jill" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"jill" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Protocol for them, it is nigh on impossible to get good signal amidst the noise of, for example, a Discord channel or a Twitter account and so forth of what is really resonating with people. Thanks to the fact that so many of these projects that I was alluding to have been rewarding people over the last couple of years for just dropping into their Discord channel and saying GM or making a meme or what have you. And don't get me wrong, I love the sort of pleasantries that exist within the greater crypto web three ecosystem. But I also think that it has really muddied the waters in terms of being able to drive signal from noise for those of us trying to find the market for what we're building. Yeah, listen, I say this is someone who has loss listeners because they didn't just instantly condemn NFTs for some purity test. And as someone who believes very strongly that they're both super interesting things about NFTs and that even the worst of them are radically less pernicious than the worst of the ICOs. But it's hard not to be reminded of when investors asked with a straight face, how many people are in your telegram. Right. When they were vanity metrics, right? Yeah. No, there's definitely a lot of that. You had a great tweet about this. He said AirDrops and whitelists based on low hanging contributions, like saying GM and a Discord mass meme creation of shot to hell, existing models around community development and engagement. Crypto needs to completely rethink what community can look like. That's the challenge. That's the opportunity. All right, well, we'll check back in in a few months to see how we're doing on that front. But for now, Jill, thank you always for your time for coming on for sharing your insights and glad to see that your back building and excited to see what you guys do with it..

GM Twitter Jill
"jill" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"jill" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"So, it turns out, like, flexible on a long enough timeline. We don't know everything about our own identities or about other people's identities. I mean, actually my other favorite lesbian movie is bound that is an amazing movie. And it makes a lot of sense to me that, you know, now I like thinking about like, oh, and that was actually, that was made by women, you know? But before I knew how that worked, 'cause identified, that was still a movie that I loved. So I mean, this is true. This is really complicated. This is really complicated stuff. And I appreciate you just talking it through with me. Of course. You know what else I was going to say besides euphoria that I truly, truly loved in the last month or so was tell me the sex lives of college girls. Did you wash that? I haven't seen it yet. This is what everybody is telling me is that it's amazing. It's so I have really laughed out loud. I really love the characters, and it is really hot in a surprising way. I love a good mommy storyline. Oh, there's a mommy story? Yeah. I don't know how I blew it, but I don't even know what that means. No, it's like a hot mommy situation. If you like Carol, watch this. Okay. You got it. Yeah. Awesome. I love that. Yeah. Well, thanks for the tips, because our listeners got to know. Yep. But before I send you back into your day, and by the way, the folks who are listening, they can come see us talk more about yay. Lesbians and pop culture, if they live in Los Angeles at skylight books and hang on a second, I'm going to even find the date. It is, do you know it? Off the top of your is it your publication? Yeah. It is. It's march 8th the day the book comes out at 7 p.m.. I'm so excited. I'm so happy that you're doing it with me. I'm like, all I wanted for this event is because I am not a stand up and I am not somebody who performs publicly. I was like, I just want somebody who is going to make me laugh and make me feel comfortable and that you were like the first and only person I thought of I was like, oh my God, that's special. No, I'm just so happy that you are down to do it. And I would say. Yeah, and you know what else? I'm totally, I'm so good at making people feel comfy right there next to me. It's going to be, it's going to be so chill. The vibes are going to be good. Thank God. All right, well, before I send you back into your day, I wanted to ask you to shout out a queer ro, which is a person place or thing that made you feel that you can be who you are today. Would you shout out a queer Jill? Absolutely. I thought really long and hard about this. And I do think at first I was like, it has to be a person. It has to be a person. But then I thought more broadly, orange is the new black is a show that I wrote about heavily in the book that more than anything I have ever consumed like changed my life and that was like the final push that or like the only real push that knocked me out of the closet. And it changed me in so many ways. And I also honestly miss it dearly. I think that we don't have, you know, it obviously changed over the course of the years, but those first few seasons, I was like, we just don't have anything like that that is like as good as serious as funny with as many queer people, especially if we're women of color today. We just don't. That's actually such a good point. Yeah, I mean, you know, what that show was able to do in terms of its ensemble is, yeah, it's not, that's not on TV right now. Yeah, I can't think of something. Just because it's such the ensemble was so huge also. And each character was so, so well explored. Well, that's really amazing. I mean, yeah. Yeah, I know some, you know, I feel like, yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I feel like it makes sense for me to call out a show that I watched as my career, but I love that. I love it. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, thank you. This was so much fun..

Carol Los Angeles Jill
"jill" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

07:26 min | 3 months ago

"jill" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"You know, it's like, sometimes you look up and you're in the midst of a great project. And that's sort of what happened there. But actually, there is something, so you have a book that is coming out. What's the publication date? March 8th. March 8th. So we're recording this like a month ahead of that. And it's called girls can kiss now. And you and I are going to do an event together. Well, it's your event that I'm together. But it's your event. Through skylight books, which is really cool. And read the book to prep for that, but then also for this. And one of the first things that stuck out to me is that you have this story about, well, first of all, congrats. Thank you. And second of all, you have this story about the FBI coming in and talking to you, busting you for a tweet. Yeah. Can we just wet our listeners whistles by hearing a little bit about this instance? Because I have, this is going to be a back and forth story time. What is the biggest reaction you've ever gotten to a tweet? Yours is different than mine. But I have had an, it's not equal, but I have had a weirdly large reaction to a tweet. Yeah. I'd like you to go first. Yeah, yeah. No, and I will preface this by saying, and I say this in the book too, that it sounds like the most made up story of all time. It sounds like something like an old recluse, like a youth about. But it did happen. I got a knock on my door at 11 a.m. on a day in October 2018. I think it was. And it was like two Men in Black wearing suits that looked like they were from party city under FBI detective. I was like, is this Jehovah's Witness? And they asked my name, they were like, Jill got to us, and I was like, yep. And then I was like, oh no, why did I admit that? Because who are these people? And at the time, I was living in an apartment that had a very narrow stairwell entryway where there was truly no in or out what somebody was standing in it. And it was like, these two big men I was just like, it was very threatening. Anyway, they said, you know, we're with the federal bureau of investigations. We are with the department that investigates threats of violent crime, and I was like, my family is dead. Like what has happened? Oh my God. And it just devolved from there because I think each step was so unbelievable. In its own right, like I was like, you know, the FBI is at my door. If it's even really them and not like two trolls who found my address, what does this mean? For me, then maybe this comes from like a sick twisted childhood fantasy. I was like, no, my whole family is dead. And I'm going into it in his protection or something. That's where my mind was at. And then it got worse because it actually was about a tweet that I had sent, which is insane. They asked if I had any threats to kill a U.S. or any intention to kill a U.S. senator. Again, insane. I said no through shivers. We're glancing behind my head through the apartment and seeing I had at the time a painting that I had made of Jamie Lee Curtis hanging on the wall just like stuff that I don't know to me does not signal going to kill a U.S. senator. And I don't know. What era Jamie Lee Curtis, what was happening in the movie. It's the meme of her pointing and yelling at somebody. It's like a conversation she was having and was packed. I don't know. I'm not sure. I don't know. I haven't been through FBI training, so I don't know what they're looking for. I don't either. To me, that is art for no one. But me. Well, that might be it. When they're looking for things, that might be art for no one might be one of the things. Right. And other visible pop culture items I had like a magazine of Taylor's with Taylor Swift's face on it out. And I think that there were just things that signaled like, this is literally some who from the Internet, but they basically they handed me a black and white printer paper print out of my tweet, which I thought was so stupid. I was like, do you not have nicer paper at the FBI? For this. And it was a tweet, it sent the day that Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate. It was it's that aria stark voice, and then the list of the names of the senators who confirmed him. And if you watch Game of Thrones or if you don't, I will explain it the way that I did to the FBI, which was dark has a kill list. That sounds bad. It's not a kill list, but she has more of a revenge list. And every night before she goes to bed, she recites this list. So it was a joke. And not, in my opinion, a threat. But a bunch of they got pretty candid and told me that basically a bunch of Republicans had taken this as far as it can possibly go. And reported me filed real 'cause it tweeted well. A lot of people saw it. There was a lot of. Yeah, whatever. And we didn't even know that those Congress people watched Game of Thrones, but they did figure out what it meant. And yes. Yeah. Yeah, it went viral and people started snitch tagging at FBI at Secret Service. Are you going to do something? And I was like, and I had asked them. I was like, you guys aren't checking the FBI's mentions for threats. That's not real. And that's when they thought they were like, no, basically a bunch of people filed real reports against you in like a coordinated effort. And there was this whole thing that after Parkland happened, there were new protocols in place where because the FBI had known about or had been tipped off about the Parkland shooter and didn't act that people were able to be like, well, you knew about it and you didn't do anything. And now they have new protocols about the things that they have to investigate, including knocking on random entertainment writers doors, and yeah, and everything was fine, minus me remembering this for the rest of my life. But it was really scary and just a really harrowing reminder that the things you say online are not just online. Online is the real world, you know? And these are real people that respond and react in what I think are extraordinary and terrifying ways, but well, I mean, the funny thing about that is like, it's like I would never have worried seeing that tweet from you, but then I also am completely like we are ideologically.

FBI Jamie Lee Curtis U.S. Brett Kavanaugh aria stark Jill Taylor Swift Taylor Senate Secret Service Congress Parkland
"jill" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"jill" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"And I think this is a this is a muscle that needs to be strengthened over time, and we start with practices that are like relatively benign so that you can actually get a sense of mastery. So one of my favorite things is, for example, if you are a woman who shaves your legs or a man for a shape, their likes. If you're a person who saves your legs. When you get in the shower, you have a ritual for how you do this. You do your right leg first and then your left leg or vice versa. You start in the front, you go around clockwise, et cetera. If you completely switch that up, so now you do your left leg first and you start in the back and you go from back to front to side to side, not in order. First of all, this forces you to be present. It kicks you right off autopilot. And you are there, and I guarantee you're not worrying about the meeting that you have later. Because you have to focus. But you also are practicing or it's an opportunity to practice willingness because you will feel weird. And it's awkward. It doesn't feel right. It's not how I want to do it. And you'll also notice an urge to go back to your normal way. And if you can really notice that experience of I just want to go back. That's the thing we always respond to when we end up diving for our comfort zone. Even if it's pulling us away from something that's important in our lives. Now shaving your legs, it doesn't matter. But it's just a practice. And so if you can notice that urge and make space for it and keep shaving your legs in a bizarre pattern, then you're starting to build that muscle. And there are a million fun ways to do this. I just got this image of like all these people walking down the street with these wacky shaved legs so I can zigzag patterns like just practicing what Jill said to do. If we're doing a mindfulness practice, I love this. What else can kick us out of that autopilot comfort zone? Yeah, so I'll give you a couple of my other favorite practices if you're someone who carries a purse on your shoulder, just put it on the other shoulder and your chiropractor will love you because they want you to do that anyway. For me, I have a podcast too, my psychologists off the clock podcast, and we did a practice together. My guest and I were we both took our glasses and put them on upside down,.

Jill
"jill" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"jill" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"Amen. I just china's sea however. Kiss all gums. But i can't. Because i i got ta got t t hokey lifts out. Just wheel saw in full gear. Lives out in touch the back of your hand. said this'll just kiss real quick. No i'm not doing that. It is so solved just lips. I thought there is absolutely nothing wrong. And then my mother gave me gain. She talked to me about you know protecting yourself. She talked about. If you're going to have a what is it called in entanglement commenting if we're going to have an entanglement that can only be one in the neighborhood. Oh if if it go out of the neighborhood for sure but it there has to be somebody in the neighborhood that you wanna spend some intimate time with only one so choose now. Listen i know you are private with your family life in your son. Yes what advice are you giving him. Well he's twelve so he knows he knows the basics and to me the basics are the anatomy of it all mom the wise. The wise are important to me a why anybody would Sometimes it's just a physical attraction that's part of his son in sometimes. If you're truly truly lucky is love and love comes from friendship and spending time together and getting to know one another listening and communicating all of those things helping each other. That's where love comes from. You know if you spend time doing that if there are any parents listening. Jill just gave you guys probably below the one of the sweetest ways that you can explain love to relationships to insects to sorry. She's that's very very simple way for me to explain it to a child absolutely absolutely because if he does not have a phone his friends happen phone so much access to see everything and i'm not saying he's looking at a sneak but somebody has a phone and i'm just saying the access yeah that unfortunately Kids have or from. I think i would have rather. I definitely would rather hear it from my my parents. A mother. She sits one of her children was sexually active. It wasn't me. It was not my little six year old sister. Obviously so you're telling me is really it was the other two is one of the other two. I'm being honest was not me and says don't be having sex because you get too attached.

china Jill
"jill" Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

In Your Corner Divorce

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jill" Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

"Regardless of how we find ourselves in the world of divorce the one thing we have complete control over is how we behave from here on out. We have two choices. One is to remain stuck in the stories. The anger and pain in the other is take a breath. Adjust our sale to the wind and work harder than ever before to create a new story for our children for ourselves and for the world around us. It's your choice your work. But i'll be in your corner welcomed in your corner divorce. Podcast my name is carly israel. I am your host. Today i have the privilege of talking with a great friend of mine jill. I'm so honored to have juror on here. Jill welcome thank you for having me and so excited to be here and one thing she was just saying before we start was that this is vulnerable. She's getting out of her comfort zone and chief yells at her story to be told to give hope which is the whole purpose of the podcast. So i'm going to jump right in.

jill israel Jill
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In your financial life and what you need to do to get on a path to a brighter future. How about that? Who doesn't want that? If you have any kind of question that relates to money, career, anything like that. Send us an email asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. Asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. What's Get to your questions? This is from Ronald, who writes I'm a new book author and I plan to publish my first book. In a few months. Book royalty payments will be my only source of earned income. Okay. Are these books sale royalty payments? I qualified source of income through which I could contribute to a Roth IRA. Right? Well, they should be. Mean royalties. It's just going to come in on your schedule C. It's just, you know, it's It's self employment income, So yeah, do it. Rock n roll. Get that Get that Roth contribution going. Let's see. Let me go to the next one. Christina says If I'm happy with the plan that I had for Medicare do I need to do anything? Or will I be automatically enrolled? You do it defaults to an automatic enrollment of whatever you had. But, you know, I'm gonna be a pain in the neck about this guy. No. Could you just go and check out the Medicare tool just to make sure even if you're happy, I want to make sure that the medications you take her still covered. Make sure that everyone all the doctors were in your network, etcetera. You just just run the tool, okay? Here's another question about Medicare. Can writes that he is now retiring his.

Jill Medicare Christina Ronald
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Are broadcasting from the capital. One bank Virtual Studios Capital one. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? And if you've got a financial question, been bugging you a little bit. Shoot us an email asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. Ask Jill At Jill on money dot com. That's what Loretta did. Who says I'm trying to get out of debt? My fi Ko's score dropped to 7 30 from 7 68. That's not bad. And unfortunately, it's it goes on. Never late. Never behind. They usually do balance transfers at 0%. And now I'm paying interest. Should I apply for a new balance? Transfer credit card. Take out an equity loan I owe $26,000 in credit card debt. Oh, my God to mortgage free homes. And I'm restoring one to either rent or sell on 79 years old and retired. Wow. Ha! This is very strange situation. Okay, so the first thing is That? Yes. Let's use a home equity loan and get rid of these credit card debts. But how did you get into credit card debt? How did this all happen? Because if you get I mean, if you get a home equity loan, it's not gonna be 0%. That's gonna be pretty low and you've got to immediately once you don't rent out this other home. Sell it. Pay down. Whatever the equity line is and get some money in the bank and stop messing around here. There's not good 79 years old with $26,000 in credit card debt. Mark, Come on. Come on, and you have assets, so there's no excuse. We just need to better manage your assets. Really? And if you could do that, it will make you I think you breathe a lot easier. So sell that home. Fix it up, Sell it. Pay down the home equity loan. Put some money in the bank have some, you know, boring stuff. And if I'm missing anything if there's any other assets that air in your holdings, maybe an IRA or something. Let me know, But I'd love for you to have a nice safe cushion That will help you. Especially as you go into your eighties. Having a question is really important. Okay, That's it for our number one. Hey, Big guest for our number Two. Good Get by us. It is two of the founders of Warby Parker. You know the eye.

Jill Virtual Studios Capital Loretta Warby Parker Mark
"jill" Discussed on I Run Because

I Run Because

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on I Run Because

"I was like well if i have someone with me. Maybe it won't be as bad. And i ended up with a really great person as my guide and he was great fun and he really kept me safe. I had a great time enough to want to do it again. In twenty twenty but then that got cancelled so sad face. Yeah it's happening all over right now so. I'm glad you were able to do it. You know. I just know as a guide like one time i had somebody that didn't fall but wasn't feeling that well and was contemplating leaving the course and it was nice for her to know that i i was there to help her get home. You know just that extra. Like i can't do it. My legs aren't working all that great and it it was. It was comforting for her to know that there was somebody there that wasn't going to leave for on the sidewalk. And just keep running. You know like if you're there with your friends your friend paid for the race. She wants to run it. And then you always say. Go ahead but your guides there to stay. So that's like one of the most important things for us to do is to keep our athletes safe. It's an amazing difference. I mean i never thought like. I never thought any of this was possible. Everyone so i always just kinda thought any race. I did was always going to be just me. You know at the very back and as slow as humanly possible because a lot of times it was legit me and a police escort and god bless my friend because her smiling face with her two kids at the end going you do it but i mean there was legit like nobody else jill. You're still faster than that person. That's on the couch. That doesn't matter that's it you know so. Do me favor if you could tell me. In two thousand nineteen when you came back to do the shamrock shuffle. What would your feeling..

jill
"jill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Your back it's Jill on money you know this is the show where money is not scary and it is not boring it is just here for you you know we are here to make this a a program that makes money financial matters accessible to everyone so regardless of whether you have tons of experience or very little experience this is a program for you how about that no matter what we are delighted that you are joining us we're in the middle of an interview with Michael Goodman he is a CPA and also a certified financial planner his company is called well stream advisors and they don't I think what's amazing during the pandemic and during the financial fallout from the pandemic is that many of you have had the presence of mind to contact us and ask very specific questions about how to take advantage of some of the dislocations in the markets so early on what we knew is that interest rates plummeted and that gave some people the opportunity to consider our refinancing even marked it I think mark was already on his way to doing it but it just so happened that the the crisis made that interest rate even more compelling for him a refinancing of a fifteen or thirty year mortgage it really is dependent on your unique situation and that's what we always tell you guys that that's what we want you to call in and we want you to talk to us we want you to email us because we want to know the details of your life to determine whether or not a refi makes sense for you well in this segment with my friend Michael good men we're going to talk about refinancing about whether it does make sense for a lot of people whether a fifteen year or thirty year is appropriate and Michael's key key takeaway for how to survive a pandemic hint it has to do with working here's more of our interview with Michael Goodman how about strange opportunities that pop up I need a crisis like this talk about let's talk a little bit about interest rates interest rates are way down have you been hearing from your clients about refinancing or are people thinking about purchasing real estate now that that rates are so low the rate factor is interesting and it affects a lot of people in a lot of different ways I would say that while rates have come down savings rates have come down substantially mortgage rates have not come down as much and the mortgage rates have been at a store close for a while now so even if you're gonna be able to save maybe a quarter or a half point on a refinance if your deeper into your mortgage and you're not going to you know really get that much benefit more now reset the clock on a new term and after the hassle factor in the closing costs refinances are not always no brainers as people might think can you talk a little bit about some of the carols a shorter term mortgage because this is what I've been hearing a lot from people who had ten fifteen even twenty year terms but actually when the blankets the fanned the bigger issue is that you know they don't have any room because there is so much of your money is going to their mortgage that's right so I've spoken to some clients in the past where we've looked at a fifteen percent there to your mortgage and would you done the math because I've explained to them you know you could take out a thirty year mortgage and pay it back at a fifteen year pace obviously the interest rates going to be a little bit higher but if it hits the fan and a castle gets tight you can revert back to the thirty year payment with no penalty so it surely something to consider I do think that people tend to underestimate the benefits of that flexibility I do too and what's the worst case so tell me a little bit about somebody who has a let's just say somebody's got a longer term mortgage you're into the eighteenth nineteenth twentieth year when do you usually start thinking about well okay maybe this person can pay it down we're always looking at the ability to pay a mortgage down versus the cost of the mortgage purses there longer term plans and if somebody's gonna be in a continuously high tax bracket and they're going to actually be able to itemize well that's something to think about too is the psychological elements there are people that like to wind up paying their mortgages off with retirement so we're careful with that as well because psychologically that feels really good going into retirement with that being completed is there a financial case to paying down a mortgage if you're sitting on a bunch of cash in the cash is really getting buckets definitely if you're a conservative investor would just refuse to put your money into the market and are sitting on a lot of cash that's earning less than one percent and there's a guaranteed that your mortgage is going to be three and a half or four percent or even higher well then to me it makes sense to pay down the mortgage if on an after tax basis you're going to be not in the worst condition what is it about the idea of carrying a mortgage into retirement that you think freaks people out even if they've got plenty of money but is it just me knowing that you have this obligation well this is great transition that people go through that they don't anticipate when they go into retirement and that is that my paycheck stops so you're used to every month or twice a month or every other week depending on your pace game this direct deposit coming at once that goes away even though mathematically you know you might have enough money in savings and retirement plans it scares the crap out of people do you find that in light of the crisis and the economic uncertainty personal uncertainty but there are some people who are now saying you know what maybe I'll just keep working I think that that's been underestimated for a long time you know when I meet with clients and talk about what do you want to retire I usually get one of two responses one is what time is it because one of the tires at the next hour but more often than not they don't think about a mastectomy even used the word retire anymore we talk about when do you want to plan to moderate your income or better yet what do you want to plan to know that you could stop working most people of fortunately that I come in contact with like what they do and enjoy the engagement more portly once they find out that they can afford to retire they don't mind working as much I have one client that has whose retirement papers in his briefcase they're completely filled out there just not signed and dated he says that he's in the one bad day away Klopp in.

Jill
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Your fax it's Jill on money we are delighted that you have joined us fantastic that you have and and you know I know that there's a lot of questions that we've been dealing with around our investments and certainly if anything is more proof that market timing does not work perhaps the last four five months is the best illustration of that I cannot I wish we should have just time stamped and saved every single email that we got in the month of March where people were freaking out and wanting to had the best advice as to what they should do because they were cashing out I mean it is amazing nobody asked us to care about cashing out in February when the stock market indexes were all hitting new highs but miraculously when they were getting lows in bear market lows that's when we heard from you okay some of you did want to invest but it was a scary time from that March twenty third low fifty days we saw the S. and P. five hundred go about forty percent I don't know if it's going to stay the markets are going to stay higher but I can just tell you this the last few months is a wonderful lesson in not trying to time the market it is about having a game plan sticking to that game plan not messing around with it when the market goes up down up down don't do that create the plan they can see you through we would like to help you create that plan so if you had any sort of questions around your investments feel free to email us ask Jill Jill on money dot com now many of you know that we have a sister podcast okay it is called Jill on money when you write and I need more information you know that I always say that went on the radio show as well well I did that with somebody named John who wrote to us and we she was asking about target date retirement funds and I asked for more information so here's her follow up which is hysterical hi Jill and mark the thread you recently heard was my jaw dropping in surprise when I heard you addressing my question on the recent podcast and asking for additional information to make the response more specific to me wow talk about exceeding expectations that's so nice okay so here's more about don she writes I am sixty one years old single no children I retired earlier than expected to become the primary caregiver for an elderly parent okay I classify my investment philosophy via the acronym kiss keep it simple stupid I love that I'm all about that don well done current fair market value of my house is three hundred twenty five thousand dollars no mortgage no other debts I received a monthly pension of two thousand dollars no guarantee of increased but it will not go or go lower than this amount for the rest of my life I plan to claim my social security benefits at age seventy here's my expenses three thousand dollars a month not bad between checking and savings I've got two years of supplemental income I have a CD that will mature in twenty twenty two that will be that cash payment for my next car here are the investments okay here we go rollover IRA from previous job current value thirty thousand dollars invested in the vanguard target retirement twenty twenty five font okay that seems reasonable and don has been converting this money into a Roth account usually just to the top of whatever bracket she's in for the year currently that's twelve percent she says I expect the that the conversion of the entire account will be complete within the next two to three years okay perfect that's fine okay so now what's in the rough the vanguard balanced index fund and then there are two retirement accounts one is a pre tax retirement account four hundred sixty thousand dollars in the vanguard target retirement twenty fifteen then there is a post tax or Roth retirement accounts it's got fifty granted that same vanguard target retirement twenty fifteen my question to you is prompted by trying to decide what to do about the four fifty seven counties to retirement accounts okay the fund choices are limited while investment costs are low trying to withdraw the money is more difficult massive paperwork limited flexibility and they charge a fee you for each withdrawal okay well this is going to be completely easy thank you very much let's say initial thoughts were to move the four fifty seven Roth into the vanguard Roth since conversions in the four fifty seven are possible but difficult okay I love that idea that's perfect let's do that next also I would consider moving a portion of the four fifty seven pre tax into the vanguard target retirement twenty twenty five and continue conversions from there into the vanguard what however I wasn't sure about being the right fund mix for retirement situation I'm unsure about having all the money at one company and whether that's a good idea any thoughts are appreciated I think I would be in a better position now the podcasts have been available thirty years ago all that's a very nice thing to write okay big picture first of all you're in great financial shape right because you already have two thousand Bucks a month in the pension income you will get that social security so essentially we're just looking at the next nine years between now and the time you claim your social security and how much money you would need to be pulling from these accounts so here's what I think you ought to do I love the idea of slowly converting the roll over to a Roth that's number one number two I think easiest thing for you to do right now is to take the four fifty seven Roth move that into the Roth IRA you can do that right now don't even sweat it easy peasy and then you could actually even taking the four fifty seven and roll that into the current role over Iraq just put it all together now you'll end up with two accounts right your rollover account which will now have the thirty thousand dollars it's there plus the you'll see how that happened million dollars in the rollover Capt and again you can slowly convert it you don't have to go crazy right they do it a little bit at a time and then in your Roth account you'll have about two hundred fifty thousand dollars okay and that's fantastic all the you need to really consider is whether it is the right investment to have a target retirement account or whether you should just do this yourself now vanguard is a wonderful company you can feel free to have one company for that chunk.

Jill
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Your back if Jill on money and what the break I was excited hi I went and did some shopping just kidding I did not I do notice that sometimes when I'm bored now that I'm home hi I will go back through my past Amazon orders and see if anything that I ordered is back and available now mark do you do that obsessively where you check even if I don't really need I'm just wondering like what are those Lysol wipes still sold out or not is it is there still the same crunch in terms of inventory and I just monitor it on Amazon nothing even need it because I got more toilet paper than I probably ever use we are here this and you got a sense of humor gang someone just said to me like you know your partner can join you on this again I don't think so I think my partner's pretty sick of me right now really a lot of close time mark in that small space that you have you are surviving and not only thriving and that boy is about to turn one so everybody when we figure out great presents for the prince of the Jill on money broadcasting empire differences on thin ice he has been a fifty fifty with this afternoon naps and so this is really a challenge for mark and his partner so it's a wolf touching go when you get to the afternoon but fingers crossed that this is all going to go okay if you've got a financial question please don't hesitate to send us an email it's ask Jill and Jill on money dot com and if you happen to be on our website and a lot of you've been visiting the website we thank you for that there's a contact button on on the upper right hand corner so just click that and we'll get your message so Karen writes thanks so much for the daily pod all right now wait a second I it's hard for me to read this mark this is when I need you to read that the message but I read anyway you are brilliant yeah not so much but I you're brilliant and you make the complex matter seems simple to understand that I do too so that's good okay first I know how blessed I am to be healthy and to still have a job on men sister I feel the same way okay my husband and I are physicians were in our forties we are not front line we see most paste patients virtually right now combined salary four hundred Grandy we're doing nicely we think with retirement savings we both Max out our four three bees we fund back door Roth iras so here's what they got nine hundred fifty grand is in the four three bees in a target date fund forty three thousand.

Jill partner mark Karen Grandy Max Amazon Lysol
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To Jill on money your back it's Jill on money if you've got a question we'd love to hear from you our email addresses ask Jill Jill on money dot com you know what I've been thinking about mark I've been thinking about if I had a college age kids what I want to send that kid back to school right now you know like knowing what I know now hi mark says now I know I don't think I would either I mean I don't have children around to make this decision I also not sure that is we re think college are you really going to want to spend twenty five to seventy five thousand dollars a year to have your kid to remote learning I don't know that that's it I feel like that's a tough one I I don't know I I'm really I'm gonna be watching these colleges I think some colleges are going to go broke I do because I just don't think there's going to be as many people who want to do this crazy right all right this is a email from L. C. hi Jill I'm always learning from your expertise on the podcast thanks for sharing best wishes to you and all the brothers and sisters in New York we're going through so much right now we're all holding hands from a distance I love that sentiment which is great okay so here is what else he says everyone is so paranoid about losing money during this thing going on I have no complex questions like many of your followers but I thought I might chime in I've found a surefire way to get a guaranteed return it's so simple if you have some cash like I happen to simply pay down debt that has higher interest rates but we talked about that earlier in the show this this week in fact okay L. C. says I am our early sixties approaching retirement and comfortable I've got a mortgage with several years left at three and a quarter percent and I started to make some additional principal payments on it since the stock market went for a swim whenever the market settles I can simply adjuster reallocate accordingly to get the most bang for the Buck fortunately I've know whether consumer debt but I just think so many folks that have credit card debt staring down at them but that fifteen percent plus interest rate what a return that would be in the short term that sure beats the heck out of any current CD or savings anywhere I've got all the fundamentals in place six months of an emergency reserve fund forty percent stocks sixty percent bond allocation of my Roth IRA minimal losses due to prudent investing I never try to hit a home run like many seem to think they're going to and they miss out on the next big thing slow and steady basis it's for me and over time I've been well rewarded it works what do you think L. C. I think you are just really reading from the jail on money playbook I couldn't agree more so often you know people will be looking to say to start I want to make a quick Buck or I want to try to catch this thing that's happening you don't have to you don't have to you can be prudent N. as L. C. says just stick to a pretty simple game plan and you're going to be fine okay this is from Serra my company's employee stock purchase plan re enrollment and purchase date is April thirtieth I'm wondering if I should increase my contributions from my current five percent to the full ten percent allowed and then sell them in six months when they mature for a fifteen percent gain keep that in mind okay fifteen percent gain I'm an airline pilot I'm planning on a furlough through October first my airline applied for money into the cares act which means they can't for a loan me until October first it's great as it gives me time to save aggressively for six months I realized my company stock purchase might be a way to say but maybe I'm missing something yeah you know what you're missing you don't know whether the stock is going from going up fifteen percent I get it you buy the stock at a discount at a fifteen percent discount but what if this company goes broke which by the way you work for an airline it could so here's what I would do I put zero percent in your employee stock purchase plan and I would sock away as much money as I could into my savings account that's what I would do everybody has got to stop this nonsense about thinking you're going to out smart the universe yes of course you get to buy the shares at a discount but that presumes the cut the stock goes up later you don't but the downside is that this company could go broke that's the downside and it's so clear to me that we guys we human beings I tell you the truth we're an optimistic bunch I just wrote about this actually because I put on the website because I I woke up very early one day during the week and I went back and I said you know we do we all under estimate the hits that we're going to take and I started looking this up because I said you know we go back to March to what I was writing and what I was hearing from economists and then I went to back you know went into real time as everybody is now in a different place right and what's fascinating to me is that when we are looking at our own situation we tend to have what's called the optimism bias and we L. over estimate our likelihood of experiencing good events and we under estimate the likelihood of bad things happening you know and I found this neuroscientist her name is Todd leisure wrote and she said we're more optimistic than realistic but we are oblivious to the fact and that is why we do things like this I think that we're going to buy our stock and it will go up we've been we have been fielding questions you might be surprised to learn of people who were shocked that when they look at their company stock that they purchased six months ago at a fifteen percent discount that they were under water even with the fifteen percent discount and now what do they do and you're in the airline industry for god sakes we're we could have a nationalized early where the government we may own warranty in your airline could you make a killing sure is that risk worth it no please please don't do this if you think that you will be furloughed the best thing you can do is to save as much money as you possibly can in non risk assets that means savings checking a short term CD that's about it if you've got twelve months of savings that's already in the bank then go ahead and pay down some high interest debt but I don't even care man just be really.

Jill Jill mark
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Fact it's Jill on money and we are trying to help you make sense of an incredibly stressful time I was just listening to a podcast where they had a relationship not a marriage counselor but just a shrink who matter who really specializes in couples work and talking about the pressures that both people being home and working together and everyone in the household like that the amount of pressure it puts on everybody so you're not alone mark did I tell you about our way of dealing with this I I don't know if I gave you the sun nice neat little work around but my niece and nephew who are married and have two kids in their home they came up with this idea that the way that you can sort of manage your own anger towards your spouse is to pretend you're working in an office environment and come up with like some other person in the office that you hate so much more than the person you're married to or partnered with and so you you make up a name so for us we have my name of the my most hated person in the office is Nancy so when I feel a little anger at my spouse over it instead of snipping I think to myself that Nancy to worst at city that's our work around so sometimes I wake when I am in the kitchen and doing something loud and we have a two dueling conference calls going and you know I get shop the look I know that that look is I hate Nancy too so that's how we are doing a mark you know why I picked that name right yes yes of course mark I won't even say that because that person who might even listen to this program might my Nancy certainly does not most assuredly does not but the person I liked the least in my work life Nancy that's the name okay okay mela rights hi Jill can you talk about how we should think about changing my investments with the robot advisers who are managing my money I'm thirty three I've paid off my student debt and I foresee being financially secure through a corona by a corona induced recession as a passive investor about a third of my net worth a hundred thousand in a wealth front account it's invested in ETFs exchange traded funds I'd like your advice on whether it's a good idea to buy the dip invest more into a passive portfolio we should be cautious lower my risk tolerance from six and a half on a scale of one to ten with ten being the most risky before doing so I would not lower your risk tolerance at all you're young you're healthy life is good so if you're thirty three if you want to buy the dip and essentially put more money into that account that's great but I wouldn't change your risk tolerance because your risk tolerance is really predicated on a longer term vision of what you really feel like you can manage so if your risk tolerance right now is at seven or eight don't mess with it if you feel fine that's great if you want to invest more and put more money into the account but I wouldn't I wouldn't sort of end run it that way I would be much more content review just putting more money and if you can okay and your rights that he retired from the local county at the end of last year fifty nine while the pension is good I wanted to use my four fifty seven plant that's a four fifty seven is a state retirement plan it's like a four oh one K. but for municipal workers he wanted to use this for fifty seven to make life a little easier my intention was to put the money into funds that would generate income the plan was to skim the interest off to use as walking around money without using the principle I was told by the local rep of the firm running the program that I could not remove the funds out of the program until I was fifty nine and a half although I could withdraw them prior to that and then I could turn it into an Iraqi everything seems good right okay at that point I could invest in anyway please he told me at the set up withdrawal program he didn't seem to understand that I didn't want to withdraw money in the conventional sense so with the information I was given about my four fifty seven accurate secondly can I do my plan of skimming the interest I have a Roth IRA and taxable brokerage account so this is not all my savings I enjoy your show on let's just talk about this because you've got three let's think of it your big picture first of all you're really on your fifty nine and so your money needs to last you for thirty years so with the pension you want is a little extra money what I would do is I would not pull money out of your for fifty seven plans because I think that what you have to know is that of course once you turn fifty nine and a half then you don't have to pay any penalties and by the way you have to pay any penalties right now anyway if you were probably if you're either everyone listening this impacted by the virus but you do have to pay tax and you have a pension which leads me to believe you're still a decent tax bracket so I think that ideally we'd rather look at the taxable brokerage account as the fund that would you be you're walking around money then we could delay tapping into the four fifty seven plan and the last fund that you would look at would be the Roth IRA because it's already been taxed so I'm if you wouldn't mind maybe if you could follow up with a breakdown of how much money is in each you don't have to move these funds but I'd be interested to know where is the four fifty seven right now it might make sense to roll over and turn that into an IRA rollover account where ever you hold your Roth IRA but again I'd be much more interested in knowing how much money's in each of these accounts whether we can delay paying taxes on that four fifty seven plan so you you don't have to I mean you can sort of just a with a special program that you have to set up you can just pull money out however you wish to pull it out so I wouldn't go too crazy but let's let's follow up with a little bit more information that make press does that make sense gosh I can't speak today of okay last one before the break Susan is retired she sixty two married budgeted for forty years nest egg is over weight for gang ten million dollars we live comfortably on a hundred twenty grand a year when our nest egg was half of that we agreed to have a million and save money CD is a million a realistic the rest invested we're doing backdoor conversions every year should we increase our safe money now that our nest egg has grown so much it makes you feel better I mean this is a real rich person problem to have god bless you for having it used sounds like you did a good I got a really good job I'm I don't I don't think you really need that I mean it if you have you don't.

Jill
"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back to Jill on money with Joe Slazenger you're back in jail on money a you've got a financial question we love to hear from you our email address is ask Jill Jill on money dot com mark are you sensing that might break did good did wonders for me aren't I in a good mood I was a little fried at the end of last year and so I took a little time off a lot of time off was fantastic did not prevent us from putting shows that I'm just saying that to get those shows out took a big herculean effort by yours truly and her number one man mark T. all right let's get back to our issue at hand and that is Eric from Texas who with his wife getting their financial start an error you said how old you thirty one how old your wife thirty one issue thirty okay and no kids and you're not going to have kids right it's a discussion was really no further than that right now he has to go beyond the discussion I have to tell you the same I'm not an expert in that but okay so you got some money in cash by twenty one grand how much wood and emergency reserve of say six months be for you guys who I probably thirty okay so you're putting in a thousand Bucks a month so it as that that will get you know obviously that will go up to a thirty pretty quickly okay so that'll be you know a this year thing you'll have your emergency reserve beefed up to your six month net which probably is not the worst you know you don't need to do twelve months you are as you said you've got a pretty predictable income as a military person what is your wife do for a living right now she her background in education but we're in a real small town so as a college educators so there's not a lot of places for her he teaches you pretty specialized so right now she is she also works on base she is a civilian government contractor okay all right so tell me so you guys have great income hundred fifty grand he got the dead on the cars you heard me give you a little bit of chiding for that okay fine but let it go she's got fifty grand in student loan so you're working on paying that debt down faster right rack and in so what's going into retirement right now so right now she does ten percent to a I believe it's Ross to to a four oh one K. and then she gets a three and a half percent match right and then I'm doing five percent to arrive he S. P. A. getting up five percent match as well fantastic that's great so you're doing the five percent she's doing the ten percent you're saving the thousand dollars a month you're paying making extra payments on your student loan on her student loans yours together whatever and and so that's about all you can do right now is that right yeah okay guys that sounds like a good game plan I like that I mean making the extra payments on the obviously a six percent student loan makes a ton of sense really get now is there any reason why you would see any change to her income in the future or at least like near term at least now okay got it how about any housing that you live in military housing do you own a home what's up so we own a home on a fifteen year VA loan to making really good progress on their we've been here for about a year and a half and I'll still be here for about another two two and a half years yeah so estimated equity when we sell it somewhere around forty so hoping to maybe use that to kill off the student loans when we leave here and that's a definite in other words like are you making extra payments on that VA loan no okay three point eight seven five on a fifteen year so I'm I'm Makin killer progress just by making the minimum perfect I just don't want you to make don't make any extra payments which is great okay so this sounds great now what's your question so basically because I can see the rest of my life with my military future with Hey and raises and bonuses and that kind of stuff we have where we want to be for retirement and so if we do everything kind of on plan and then get just eight six percent year over year return will easily had our target so I kind of just have like the gates that I want to hit every year okay and so the the target for the end of this year was right at like fifty thousand yeah but good market year and put in some extra money there the actual over fifty eight so we have I don't want to pay extra for like an extra like eight thousand dollars right where I would want to be yes but since she's only in one account and I'm only in one account there's not really a way to re balance I don't think I gotcha so all of all of mine in the Ross yes P. at all in a life cycle funds good day fun or whatever you wanna call it and so I do I'm not sure that there's any way that that re balances itself other than changing the risk based on the time her eyes and okay you're in what year life cycle twenty fifty okay and what is she in I need to check I'm actually not sure okay because I mean one thing you could do if you I mean again as you you could potentially take the money out of the life cycle fund as you gather more assets like you have how much in your own Ross T. S. P. right now so the split is forty is mine eighteen as hers I mean you could potentially say at you know with this much money with forty grand now you've got a nice question there you can now move into say like I'm gonna put some money in the G. fund that I'm gonna put some money in the safe fund and call it a day and then you can change you can re allocate a little bit if you just gonna stand the T. S. P. and you're you know you're not gonna worrying and just wanna let it be to get a little bit more money in there that's fine let it go then what we could do potentially is if your wife is in a four oh one K. with a target date fund I'd love to know what her choices are in her four oh one K. maybe we've got some different choices that we could allocate and that would be is kind of like a little rebalancing you're not going to get our true re balance in that twenty fifty fun you know essentially I think you know this but the extra seven thousand like your target they you know yeah I wanted fifty I've got fifty seven fifty eight it's not really extras just money that you'll need because again like the prior year the markets are down a rotten years so it all will kind of smooth out but if you want a little more control and be able to re balance a little more actively than we've got to find which assets in each of your accounts make sense for you sure so would you imagine a jeep on the sea but would you recommend it maybe like a target date fund like a twenty thirty yeah I mean you you can do is you can kind of make yourself when Pierre right yeah that's how we are told in that category right right there with you all right then yes the way the other way is if you just want to add one make it easy yes use a date that's closer to right now which would mean you know instead of having more if you look at the you drill down into the funds and you'll see that I think in the twenty fifty fine you probably have a lot more in the equities and a lot less than the bonds but if you choose more of like a seventy thirty split that's probably going to get you exactly where you want to go with a smoother ride okay and that's it how about that come on what's with you in the car though I mean really give the need for speed I not such annoying thing yeah I I definitely have since I was a little kid I've had a bunch of just like stupid fast motorcycles I got rid of the last one a few years ago I think it's because I have to fly a safe so I'm I teach pilot training and mobility pilot when I'm not teaching pilot training yeah almost like airlines big heavy slow so in order to get that fixed I kind of have to have the fast sporty car I have two words for you what the hell virtual reality they put some those glasses on get with your buddies who were like the drone guys and just like play and you know whatever give us a call back leave any questions your delight and I I wish you all the best you're doing a great job right now if for some reason there's extra money that is dumped in your lap if your wife for to get a different job if you know your great great great aunts Sarah dies and left you money your number one priority would be to put down extra money on the student loans at again that six percent gauge interest rate should be the the real focus don't do anything different keep putting money into your retirement account but think about this one said emergency reserve fund is built up to about thirty ground the extra money that you have that thousand dollars a month that's going into that emergency reserve can now be used to accelerate the student loan debt pay down that's where it should go and then once that is paid off you Eric will be able to increase your Roth T. S. P. allocation up to that same ten percent that your wife is doing and I think you guys are in great shape if things change and you decide to advance our conversation about kids will we've that into the game plan but so far so good you are doing terrifically well said thanks for calling Eric if you have a financial question like Eric and his wife just give us a shout you can email us ask jail at deal on money dot com we'll be right back here.

Joe Slazenger Jill Jill
"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Jill on money with Joe Slazenger your baggage jail on money if you've got a financial question we'd love to hear from you send us an email ask Jill Jill on money dot com go to the website Chillin money dot com we got a contact button in the upper right corner and otherwise yellow so Twitter Instagram Facebook you to work at Jill on money that's us okay role a wants to know about dividend investing investing for income we just had a question about that the pros and cons you know income investing is great but it doesn't mean just because you're investing for income does not mean you don't have risk in your portfolio so like everything else what I want to remind everyone is that no single asset or asset class is the answer to all of your questions how are your issues or will ring out all the problems or risks that you would confront as an investor that's I would like to have a diversified portfolio says some growth and maybe some in common dividends the big downside to these types of investments is that if they're held outside of a retirement account you got taxable income so we always want to make sure we keep an eye on that Mary Beth writes I'm sixty nine years old I go to work every day I'm employed with my company for wait for it forty nine years she started collecting social security at age sixty six I'm my question when I stop working with my social security check increase I don't know I don't think like I don't understand that because I'm not sure I think if you started collecting social security at sixty six then that amount is that amount I don't know I don't know about that it does social security not sure I know the answer to that question okay here's a question from him who says my husband and I have a home mortgage balance two hundred thousand dollars three point six two five percent we can pay this off without touching our emergency reserves we don't see a need to keep this mortgage but were unaware of any other financial considerations we've got no other dad our other major expenses childcare both of us are working would you what would you recommend I'm you know it I just to leave okay two hundred grand a three point six two five and the if you pay it off yeah you know you're getting your three and a half or four percent return could you do something else with this money that might be better for you could you you're you're paying for child care could you use that money that sitting around that two hundred thousand and put it into a five twenty nine plan could are you guys maxing out your retirement contributions it really depends what my alternatives are so I don't want to weigh in that's that's the big question a question here from Jerry I've been after my husband to buy life insurance for years he's got a hefty policy we had to drop that were seventy six and seventy eight mark you want the other Claxton ready for me about life insurance or not all right hold on play that play that little blaring thing about life insurance.

Jill Joe Slazenger two hundred thousand dollars six two five percent forty nine years sixty nine years four percent
"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Find out everything you need to know about your favorite radio station on the talk radio five sixty. Website. Get the latest news. Learn about events and concerts and listened to the shows you love all. Dot com. Now back to Jill on money on talk radio five sixty ks. Back Jill on money. Where Jill Schlesinger helps. You take the mystery out of your finances. Your back with Jill on money. If you've got a financial question, we would love to hear from you. Easy peasy to get in touch with us. You can hop onto the website, Jill on money dot com. That is incredibly easy way to get in touch with us. Click on the contact us button easy. You can also just send us an Email asked. Jill Jill on money dot com. That is what Veronica did. I'm just gonna blow through some of these emails, man. I am I know gang. We have got a bunch of interviews that are going to be lined up. But we also know that you've got these financial questions some of them are time sensitive. We're trying to respond. We're a little buried right now, Mark, and I sort of made a New Year's resolution with one another that we were going to try to get unburied. Which means we are talking to you an answering your questions instead of populating the show with tons and tons of guests if we get a fabulous one. Yeah. We'll put him or her on. But for now is all about you. Again. If you have a question about your money asked Jill Jill on money dot com. And if I write the sequel to my book, the dumb things smart people do with their money, you may end up in the book. That's what happens, okay. Veronica asks..

Jill Jill Jill Schlesinger Veronica Mark