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Fresh update on "jill" discussed on Valentine In The Morning
"About Jill Buzzkill gel as her family calls found out. We're asking how your parents make fun of you. We did get a text from Gabriella. She said. Don't worry, Joe. My parents think the same of me. Make fun of me for being uptight. They definitely prefer me after a drink. Joe doesn't drink. So what was wrong? Um, I really like this text from Cherry, she said. I had a crush on Ray Romano when I was like 14 and my mom still laughs at me for that one. That is pretty funny, actually, for me, I think if there's anything it would be, because I'm vegan, so whenever my parents whenever we're with them dead Doesn't necessarily love the food that is forced to eat like whenever they come to cities like boy, I can't wait to have more of those tiny black bean tacos. Those are great, Kevin, could you pass the P protein? Hey, Carol. Why do your parents make fun of you? It may email Mom. She makes me She makes fun of me..
Bidens Meet Queen Elizabeth for Tea at Windsor Castle
"President Biden and first lady Jill Biden are at Windsor Castle in England. They were just greeted by the queen and are now inside the castle to have tea with Queen Elizabeth Biden is only the fifth US president to be invited by the queen to
Fresh "Jill" from Valentine In The Morning
"Today? Fourth custody? No, I have no idea. I don't know Jill's looking at the news here and my family has a Disneyland Day today. And the news says Disneyland reopening full capacity just like full capacity. Holy mother Today. Sunny, very hot, excessive heat warning, In effect, tempers in the nineties. Triple digits. Very, very hot. Apparently in the Anaheim area, you'd want to avoid that area. At all costs highs. The eighties near the beaches 62. Rowland Heights, 64. Santa Monica, Jill's Got the Hollywood headlines Coming up. You've heard the phrase Million Dollar Smile. One celebrity spent $1.6 million on his teeth. I'll tell you who right after traffic. Alright, So Jill's that seem to do sorry. Rocketing wrong, Altro. You'll tell us right after 6 50. Okay. Sorry. Um, so you've got a list.
Jill Biden and Kate Middleton Meet for the First Time
Fresh update on "jill" discussed on The Mock 'N Rob Show
"Jill pulling him away. They always do. He looks stunned. At least the crowd found it entertaining. Anyway. Now look, let's look at one of his official addresses. I think he went off script because he forgot the standing and ambassador Take. Thank you leopard. Who is, uh, our charge A at the embassy, filling in for Ambassador and Ambassador will have one soon, but She did a great job. And then apparently, some of us don't know what Covid is. I know. You all know A lot of people may not know what cover this. Really? Off the back of his speech. The usual protocol is taking reported questions. But of course, Biden has a special exemption. And this time he threw his staff under the bus. Uh, get in trouble staff. I don't do this the right way. Jennifer Jacobs number Enough. I come back to the point I've made many times before. This guy will be very lucky to last his full term. That is a frightening proposition once again because it's kamala Think about what you just heard. And the only put your hearing it and the analysis is in Australia. Yeah. Right. A lot of people don't know what Covid is Mark. I mean, I'm sure that people there's people that are very unaware. Never heard that word before. It's not been really dominating society for the past year and a half. Seriously. It's just gotten ridiculous. A dithering old fool who really shouldn't be left on his own, much less running a country for real and the the worst part about this is that continue in this country, at least the continued fawning and protection he received from the media because they're so wedded to the ideology. Yeah, he does. He gets all the cover except from apparently Christmas in Sky News that Sky news switching gears because I know we've spent a lot of time on Joe Biden. We need to talk about the fact that there are some school board members in New Jersey, who are getting some backlash because they unanimously voted the other day to remove the names of all holidays. From the school calendar, and I'm talking Thanksgiving. I'm not, You know, I know there's a lot of, um There's been a long time practice by some schools to not call it Christmas break, but instead to call it winter break. That's very offensive, right because you don't want to offend somebody. For I don't even know why that would offend somebody. But you don't want to offend somebody by saying Christmas mock Jesus Christ is highly offensive, right? And, apparently now so is Thanksgiving. So they have scrapped the name of every holiday because they don't want anybody to hurt to get hurt feelings. And that is actually the quote of board member Doreen Roche, who said about this change, quote. If we don't have anything on the calendar, we don't have to have anyone be hurt feelings. Or anything like that. Someone 1000 Blacks school board member. That was what she said about the school calendar. Think about your existence. If you're offended by the names of holidays, Mark if you're offering me a day off unless you're calling it Hitler Day or Mao Day, right? I don't care. Call it whatever you want. Call bananas. But I mean, this is so dumb, right? So now there is just going to say on the calendar is just going to say, day off, day off. That's it. How many people are actually offended? This is always my question. Like who is offended these? We don't say Merry Christmas anymore. Who was actually offended that you told them Merry Christmas in my entire life, and I've been going into retail stores for 20 plus years. I've never seen somebody go. That's highly offensive. But there I do believe that there were people that were that decided to be mad about that, because there's constantly these people who are on the hunt for something to be outraged. I'm not. I'm not disputing that they exist and they're miserable, pathetic people, But what percentage of the population Are these people? And if they're not offended by that anymore, they'll be offended by something else. Which is why you never caved to the mob. Exactly Why this? That's why the school board members are being roundly criticized, and there are parents that are calling for them to get removed because they were there were tons of parents at that meeting to have that conversation there to say this is ridiculous. I cannot believe this is even something we're discussing. There is no reason to make this change. And yet they still voted to do that. Prompting some parents to actually just get really loud at the meeting and say, What did you just do? What just happened? This is lunacy. Think about being so woke. That you're worried Memorial Day where we honor fallen veterans might offend someone. Well, America as an idea now is offensive. You're right. You're absolutely that's it right. Anything that relates so President. Oh my gosh. George Washington. He's offensive. What is? Yeah, that's in New Jersey. By the way, New Jersey It's Randolph's board of education that made that change so that this is the kind of crap that is happening right now. Also because people never tire of waiting to hear what celebrities think so that they can also think those same things. Thankfully, we have a brand new P s a from none other than Jennifer Lawrence, who is pretending and you'll hear this. You'll hear this in the P S. A. She's pretending to be partnering with a nonpartisan organization. However, in this audio that you're about to hear she openly says that Republicans cheat at elections. So and super nonpartisan. Take a Listen. Whatever your personal politics are whatever side of the aisle you find yourself on. You need to know that your.
Jill Biden's "LOVE" Jacket a Positive Message
"First lady Jill Biden has sent a message with her outfit during her husband's first overseas trip as president as the bidens met with British prime minister Boris Johnson and his wife Mrs Biden was wearing a dark jacket with love embroidered on the back I think that we're bringing love from American president Biden has said his first trip is aimed at assuring allies America is back after his predecessors go it alone approach the first ladies jacket immediately reminded White House watchers of the message on her predecessors code three years ago on a visit to a Texas border town housing migrant kids melania trump's jacket said I really don't care do you Sager mag ani Washington
Fresh update on "jill" discussed on Valentine In The Morning
"Romantic. Just maybe you had no ideas for the perfect date. A lot of people getting back out there. Jill's got some stuff that's going to put the fire. Fire where it should burn brightest. These are fun things to do during the summer. Like, for instance, taking an outdoor class or trying something new. A lot of parks in these outdoor spaces offer these free classes like pottery or yoga or salsa dancing. You guys can go take a class together. Try something. You both never tried before or try something. One of you is done before that one can have fun with it. You know, it could be free getting crazy in the park. Also farmers market. You guys can go on a date to the farmers market by a bunch of stuff and then cook dinner using all those ingredients. It's like a an entire day together. Go to the market, Grab a farmer and a roll in the hay. I hear what you're saying. Jill exactly what he's a cute little date. It is. Let me do a little break will come back at more of your date ideas for the summer because you have a favorite one. Everyone is coming up, and it's actually something I did last summer, and it was one of.
Biden to Meet Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle This Month
"Says Queen Elizabeth will meet President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden at Windsor Castle. During his visit to the U. K for the G seven summit next week. The president and the first lady are in Rehoboth Beach today, marking Jill Biden's 70th birthday.
Fresh update on "jill" discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"In the episode. You get it. But you know i think. Soren represented genuine curiosity curiosity with an agenda sure from russia in terms of what american life was did that flow in the other direction at all. I mean we're americans is interested in russian life as russian seemed to be an american life. Was there a zoran of the us who was trav- traveling russia. There was unknown unbelievable fascination with the soviet union and particularly with russia. Really bonded with julia barton. Our story editor over this because we grew up obsessed with russia. Because when i was a kid like every social studies class you'd have a unit on russia and a unit on communism and when i went to college like everybody was taking russian classes and then suddenly the cold war ended in an all. Your taxi. drivers were were americans with russia's studies who had no jobs because suddenly somehow you shouldn't bother but there was this was a huge piece of detente in the nineteen seventies. That mutual understanding alone could save us from atomic apocalypse. And there was something to that right like actually did realizing that. We're all human beings. And and also i think you could credit the environmental movement and a new sense of a shared humanity in the face of much bigger challenges than ideology and there was the olympics. Yeah for me as a kid like right like it was all about the ice hockey. Well i was gonna bring that up because and this is one of the lenses through which certainly sports i think flowed in both directions but i think a lot of americans saw russia through the lens of sports competition. And you know we were sending teams over from the forties through the nineties to do these tours and you know maybe. The atlanta hawks were zoran. You know. I mean they were the ones who are sort of some sort of way All right well. Let's bring it to an end there and one more shot up for julia. Barton were all big fans. And i will point out. That julia did a really wonderful series About russia and russian propaganda on tv and satellites. Four this network radio tokyo. It's called bridge. Go check it out. And i remind you that we can only do that kind of work because of support from our listeners. The fundraiser you always have to be pledging jill. It's very important to keep that in mind. Now check out. Julius work and of course checkout joola pours series the last archive Thank you so much for doing this. Oh thanks so much. I'm really glad to be a part of a satiric political history and also really honored to be on with you guys as well philly and and nicole. So thanks again. Nicole hammer thinks he was always thank you. Jody and kelly carter jackson. Thanks to you my pleasure. This day in political history is a proud member of radio topa from pr and network of independent listener. Supported artists owned podcasts. And we are of course in the middle of our spring fundraiser for radio tovia. Thank you to.
Jill Biden Getting Delaware Beach Day for Her 70th Birthday
"The bidens are hitting the beach for a rare midweek get away first lady Jill Biden turns seventy tomorrow and she'll celebrate with the president at their vacation house just outside Rehoboth beach Delaware it'll be the president's first visit since taking office and a brief one they're expected back at the White House Friday Jill Biden told vogue magazine last year her husband promised he'd get rid beach house when he wrote his book they bought the two point seven million dollar house four years ago sadr Abad Donnie Washington
An Insiders View of Jay-Z and Beyonc's Dynamic Partnership
"Jill biden joining us to thank you for having me. I'm excited anytime i can talk about. Beyonce's great i know right. Yeah we're both excited to. It's been a while since we've gone to talk about her. Yeah when we decided to rerun this arc. We knew we needed an interview guest. Who could really speak to be on current impact. So having you with us is such a dream. I'm glad all of this information that takes up space in my head is saying yet. Okay so before we get started joe. Can you introduce yourself to our listeners. What does jill cans do Sleep is not one of the things to jill. I'm a dj radio host and podcast host from chicago. Which is where. I'm talking to you from right now. I post A daily radio show on a station called vocal. Oh here in town which is sister station to wbz. Which is where you can find making beyond say. I host a podcast called the opus for the consequence podcast network and sony legacy where we dive into classic albums on their milestone. Anniversaries and events for npr. Here in town and lots of other live things through the computer these days. But you know you guys are in the same room now. Maybe one day. I can be in the same room. Yeah so you weren't kidding when you said you don't sleep. Yeah one thing's clear your cooler than we are asked about that but i'll take the compliment and And joel what made you want to tackle beyond a story for the making series. She's just such a compelling figure any way you slice it like she's you know a regular person from just like a regular place whose parents are regular people whose talent but also this incredible work ethic that she's had for virtually her whole life. It's has led to this kind of fame that like shouldn't exist but amid nasty. I'm glad it's her.
Nervous Workers Struggle to Adjust to New Mask Policies
"People across the country especially store workers are still trying to figure out the new government guidance on wearing a face mask the supermarket chain Kroger becomes the latest to announce that it's no longer requiring customers or workers to wear face masks in states where mandates have been lifted some workers are celebrating but others have been posting concerns they still could catch the corona virus from unvaccinated customers or co workers infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci visiting a vaccine clinic at children's national hospital in Washington admits the new guidance was confusing unfortunately some people interpret it is that that everybody can get rid of their masks which is not the case it was only speaking about people who are vaccinated he and First Lady Jill Biden kept their masks on for the clinic tour I'm Jackie Quinn
Gaetz Associate Agrees to Cooperate in Federal Investigation
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an associate of congressman Matt Gaetz agrees to cooperate with federal investigators a close associate of Republican US representative Matt Gaetz of Florida has agreed to cooperate in a federal investigation according to court documents Jill Greenberg is expected to plead guilty to six federal charges during a court appearance in Orlando on Monday the charges will include sex trafficking of a child according to people familiar with the matter federal prosecutors have been investigating whether gates and Greenberg paid under age girls are offered them gifts in exchange for sex as part of his plea agreement Greenberg who was Seminole county tax collector will admit he recruited women for commercial sex acts paying more than seventy thousand dollars from twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen might cross see Washington
Apple vs Epic with John Gruber
"John gruber. Welcome back It's good to be here peter. Thanks for coming. Thanks for making time. We're not gonna take a lot of time. But i wanted to check in with you about the epic apple case in the trial recording this on wednesday. So we're we're two and a half days into the trial i assume you following it closely I noticed you not a lot of coverage during fire. Also i figured go straight to the source and you have to type anything. You can just talk. You know it is easier to talk about especially at this point I am following. But i am not following hour by hour. It just does. That just doesn't seem like good use of my time. i mean so. I'm trying to get the daily updates and i'm looking at. I mean obviously the big juicy part that's coming out of this are the emails that come out through What's the process called. Whatever you know being entered and coverings. Yeah yeah a little bit of a smaller at all. This stuff was uploaded into the court system last week. So if you wanted to you could have gotten all this last week But no one wants wants to actually go thrilla before we go into the particulars of of what we've heard because we can't see We've been we've been listening to these calls and looking at documents Let's just talk about the case. Rodley i think anyone who's listening to this show understands the broad outlines right this epic arguing the administration monopolist Because of the way they run the app store you are someone. I i often think of referred to as an apple enthusiast so i would think you are mostly sympathetic to apple in this case but i think also you have been increasingly critical about the way apple runs the app store for the last few years so before we get to the specifics of epic and apple. What's your overall. take on the way. Apple runs the store. And and what you'd like to see from them. You thought you said it was going to be a short show. I i would. I think it's useful to break this down. I took a note. I wrote before coming on the show. What exactly is epic asking for. And i know you're asking me my take on the apple store but i kind of feel like epochs suit is a good prism to break a very broad range of complaints out into some discrete ideas.
White House Readies for Family Cat
"The bidens are close to adding another pet to the White House for the first time since the George W. bush administration a cat will live in the White House she is waiting in the wings first lady Jill Biden on NBC's today show with her husband who was asked if getting a cat was his idea the cat will join the family's two German shepherds including major who's had to biting incidents in the White House and was sent away for training it included how to live with a cat they took him into a shelter with cats to conserve yeah and he did fine Sager mag ani Washington
First Lady Jill Biden in Arizona to Visit Navajo Nation
"Visiting the Navajo Nation today. In Friday. The highlight Corona virus vaccination efforts and visit a vaccination site shall also meet with Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and give a radio address. Your number more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories
Saucony President Anne Cavassa on Prepping for the New Roaring Twenties
"I sit down with an vasa president of sokha ni best known for running shoes in the last year. More people have become runners gyms temporarily closed and wanted to ask how the company leaned into that opportunity. Plus how it's remain competitive with more brands entering the performance. Where space welcome in. Hi jill thank you very much for having me really appreciate being here Well indeed throughout the pandemic we have seen a runners and anyone actually just looking to get outside Coming to the brand. So whether they're walking hiking running or just general activity We have been seeing an increase in consumer is coming to the brand. Were really excited about it. I would say that The running boom is real Were i think all brands across the industry are seeing this. And what we're doing really specifically as we're making sure that were Connecting with engaging with consumers where they're at so whether they're experienced runners and they're running malar whether they're new to running whether they're walker's coming in whether they're on trails whether they're hiking really making sure that we're communicating with them In how they need to and want to be communicated with and what the topics are so. Whether that's around what shoes. They need with their training. Should look like With their diet should look like all of those things around running in the running lifestyle. We've been we've been working on from a communication perspective and from an inspirational perspective. I would say okay. So would you say you are marketing strategy. I mean one eighty. You flipped it last year. No i would not say that i would say are absolutely a technical performance running brand and we serve runners so as people have as gyms have closed and if people have turned to other things. It's really just recognizing who people are and where their ad in there running
19-Year-Old Former Employee Identified as FedEx Shooting Gunman
"Three mass shootings this year. The latest has resulted in nine deaths, including the shooters. It happened at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport shortly before midnight yesterday. Today, police have identified the gunman and joining us now with more is reporter Jill Sheridan from member station W F Y I welcome I think you also so I understand. The shooter is a former employee of FedEx. That's correct. Police. A 19 year old Brandon Hole has been identified as the shooter. Now he was a FedEx employees as recently as last year. Ah hope was not working there now. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department deputy chief Craig. My card says detectives working with the FBI have no search tolls home and have issued other warrants. So now the work really begins trying to establish some of that and you see if we can figure out some sort of motive in this, but we don't have that right now. So whole has had contact with local law enforcement officials who seized in a legal gun from him last year. It was last night that whole carrying a rifle began shooting randomly outside the FedEx facility where four people were killed in the parking lot. He then entered the building where police say he randomly shot and killed another four people before turning the gun on himself. What is the status of the investigation at this
Biden to Accompany First Lady to Appointment for 'Common Medical Procedure'
"A procedure during a medical appointment early Wednesday. A medical appointment has been added to first lady Jill Biden schedule as the White House says she and President Joe Biden will travel together for her to have what is described as a common medical procedure. White House didn't detail the nature of the procedure. Both Biden's, according to the administration, will then return to the White House later in the day. The
White House: First lady Jill Biden to undergo 'procedure'
"The White House says First Lady Joe Biden will undergo a procedure during a medical appointment early Wednesday a medical appointment has been added to First Lady Joe Biden schedule as the White House says she and president Joe Biden will travel together for her to have what is described as a common medical procedure White House didn't detail the nature of the procedure both Biden's according to the administration will then return to the White House later in the day the president is to address the nation of plans to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September eleventh he is also expected to visit section sixty of Arlington national cemetery the final resting place for many service members who lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq Tim McGuire Washington
Ways to Make Calls With Lexi
"Today. I want to give you a little bit of a tip when it comes to making calls with your lexi and there are a number of different commands that you can say to get lexi to make some phone calls. Assuming you've already paired your echo device with your phone guarantee i'm gonna read out a bunch of Basically a whole list here of different things that you can say and different ways you can get lexi to make your phone calls hero so you can say call a person's echo and obviously substitute that person for a name. So call bob echo. You can say. Call bob's mobile. you can say. Call bob on his home phone. You can say. Call bob at work call bulbs office so assuming you've got all these different numbers in there for bob or jill or whoever getting a little off topic here all right you can also say Call dad grandma you get the idea you can say call and then actually save the number the actual digits you can say. Call my phone. And that i have that one a couple of times to find my phone when i've misplaced. You can say call device group names. If you've already named a group of devices into one group you can specify that or you could also say call the group name group so whatever that name is maybe the downstairs group you can say that as well so lots of different ways to communicate with your echo device lots of different ways to say that command and their now you've got different ways to make some
Biden's Dog Major to Get More Training After Two Nipping Incidents
"For one of President Biden's dogs After some high profile incidents we get details from CBS is Matt Piper, President Biden's younger dog Major is set to receive more training to help him become more acquainted with living in the White House. First lady Jill Biden's office says majors private training is set to take place off site. In the Washington D C area and is expected to last a few weeks. The three year old German shepherd rescue along with champ the first family's older dog, joined the president and first lady at the White House soon after the inauguration. But major has not adjusted so well, causing a minor injury to someone in early March that nipping someone later in the month. Back
Major training: Biden dog gets help adjusting to White House
"I'm Julie Walker major the dog belonging to president Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will get major professional help adjusting to the White House after a pair of biting incidents last month that was three year old major and twelve year old champ both German shepherds when they moved into the White House now major will be getting private training expected to last for a few weeks according to the spokesperson for the First Lady last month the White House confirmed that major had nip someone during a walk shortly before that incident the dog because what the White House said was a minor injury to a secret service employee on March eighth both dogs spent time back in Delaware after the first incident on national pet day on Sunday Jill Biden tweeted photos of both dogs caption I love these two I'm Julie Walker
"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" 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" Discussed on Homophilia
"Back with Jill gotTA OUTTA wits. Yes I said yes got to. It's you were showing us that because of people often goods yeah. My nickname in high school was Gouda. Gouda Cheese Because people thought it was good to its and I would correct them all the time it just seemed to stick. It was like that was what people wanted. And so that's what it was some of my like longest term friends. Silk Call me graduates. And I'm like I don't even hear it anymore. Sure I mean as nicknames go Gouda Strong it is pretty good I I like the it's kind of like a a good Combo of it's a funny cheese but it's also kind of like endearing it's not too gross or anything. Yeah Gouda I liked it. So what's in your you know pop culture diet at the moment. Is there a show. You're obsessed with I I've been I've been I just did this like five week job and I felt like I was in this void where I didn't consume anything. I've been playing catchup the past like two weeks Sense sense and I've been really into watch men although I have to say I don't understand it at all that is failing I don't know what it's about couldn't tell you but Yeah it's really entertaining. I mean I think I just like I really like Regina and Alternative Gene Smarr. Our Lake God damn. They're awesome but yeah I I don't understand it at all. I don't know what this show is about If that answers the question at all aren't yeah. Yeah I love Mrs Fletcher. I've been watching those back Although I I'm starting to think that they don't give you anything thing. which is I think? Good writing but it is so frustrating by this point. Because I think there's only one or two episodes left at this point and I'm like she has done nothing. I WANNA see her. It be a fucking freak. You know I'm not sure what I don't know I. I don't know what's going to happen in the season finale. I think I'm really invested in all the characters and I really liked the show and I love Catherine Author Han of Catholic. She is. She's so fire but soon the first couple and I love it but I'm behind but where are you with the sun emotionally. Yeah that's a good question because he is affecting No matter how you feel about him he sucks so much like it's so affiliate the actor is so good like he's so good at playing spark but he's it's like everyone knows hundred of this guy you know it's like he's like the the to really boil down it's like he's like the high school bully who goes to college and like realized he like people don't like him but like everything was really easy for him in high school. But I think like more so that it's a lot about like you know his privilege and him making jokes that I think that kind of person in high school would get away with and have buddies being Likud is like like like micro aggression rape jokes and stuff like that and like gay jokes. Just I don't know just like little stuff that's like enough for people who understand the world to blanche out and be like Jesus Christ but also like the kind of thing that would fly at Thanksgiving. You know There's there's a scene I don't I won't be a spoiler for you. But there's a scene in The fourth or fifth episode where His Dad takes him to like like College Art Installation And him they're both jerks and they're both kind of pushing each other around and they pick up this like or insulation. That's it's like a some some sort of like football that is supposed to do with rape culture. I think that has like certain words on it. Like it's I don't know I just remember pink football and was part of somebody's art project about rape culture and they like pick it up and start throwing it around and like it's like a joke and they keep joking belly patriarchy being Legu- like men suck we get it and like stuff like that where it's like. It's just like their shitty. You know but on this like low burgling way where it's like we all know these people And so it's I think it's interesting to watch. The people hit the characters around him. Like grapple with that I guess what do you think about i. He's alarmingly alarmingly attractive and really. He's Katie Seagal son our okay Looking them up and yeah I don't know yeah it it. There's something really odd about like finding a like an awful man attractive or endearing or are. Are you watching the morning show at all. I think I'm like four episodes and it's a similar thing where it's like it's so i. It's just bizarre. That Steve Carell L. is like sort of written presented. Steve Carell. It's it is hard to not like him but totally yeah. It's an interesting. That's actually like to stack those against each other. It's interesting because I feel like the perspective that Like the Pov of Mrs Fletcher is coming from the right place. where it's like? They're showcasing him. I'm as being shitty so that we you know so that people understand like oh I get it like this is who this guy whereas I feel like with morning show. Oh some of it has pissed me off so much to watch because I'm like a lot of it is like do we need this like. Do we really need this story right now. About like this guy who you know is a sexual sexual harasser but not the bad kind and like you know. It's all this stuff that it kind of makes you feel it wants you to feel bad for him When it's kind of like I don't know are there should even shows were were like feeling bad for the women that have been affected by this stuff yet? So but yeah I mean with with us. As far as the Mrs Fletcher. Character goes I forget his name doing the same Mitch. Something if something hot shitty guys sorry no. That's Steve Carell Guy. Don't Brendan Brennan. Fletcher Brendan Okay. Because I'm looking up is I I think I don't even remember what I was saying. Just that he The perspective is different. Thing so I think that's go ahead. Well let me ask you this. Yes move on from the morning show. Wh How what are your thoughts on Jennifer Aniston just in the morning show her in general general. I I love her. I think she is like a well rounded America's sweetheart type. I'm just GONNA see myself out. You know she's great but I just I wouldn't knowing talk about you and about Matt. I'm just I don't feel like I'm going to need to be here. Okay yes right she got Loves her Yeah No. I think she's great. I feel like she is. I don't know I feel like she has. She's one of those people has a brand of movies where it's like a Jennifer Aniston movie in you know talking about an I know and it's I don't think any of her movies are even like that bad grade light and you know that like two thousand thousands of Rom com where you know what you're getting yourself into. I love her movies. I think movies I love. I love like the morning show as just a a victory for her totally. Yes and the anger that she gets to express in it feel. It's it's very easy to project. All of your yes ramsden narratives onto also feel like this yet. Maybe this is me projecting but I feel like you can literally see her like I duNNo. Get like it's like What is you see? You can just see this release for her that it's like she's so when she gets. It's the release all his anger. Whatever you can tell? It's so cathartic for her again. Maybe I'm projecting that but like in the scenes where she gets to be angry and like whatever like it's just like. Oh fuck yeah like. She's doing it and you can tell that she's like finally somebody's letting me do this. You know we've been waiting for this for a long time. We all of us have in the Anniston Community uh-huh what else are you watching or list. What what's her like Whatever music APP you use? What are your thoughts by Yvonne? I'm like a true top forty girl like I like like a pop garbage and like I. I don't defend it at all. I think it's like the more vacuous it is the more I'm GonNa like it Like I mean Taylor. Swift is probably my favorite pop. Zor El though you know if you had asked me five years ago so like I would have been like over. Yama is my favorite pop star like basically have forgotten about her because she has pivoted so hard to I don't know anything besides music And five years ago I also like wasn't super into Taylor so it's like I liked. Her shoes had been around and I had known her songs. But it's only been the past you know few years that I really like decided to lean into being a Taylor swift fan swifty Like I I love our Anagram Day. I like the the the spotify girls that you can barely tell apart style or voice. Yeah I just like a lot of I like do Aletha ready for more. We're doing a show ready for a new album. Yeah she is like she's one of those people who think like could literacy like her whole career is just like a really good outfits like I feel feel like the first two years that I knew about her followed her instagram. She like really good sporty spice esque outfits. I was just like I love this. I don't need to hear anything who you are. Yeah the new rules video just blew my mind so good and I mean it's great. It's the art direction is amazing and a great song. It's she's very hot. Obviously like it's it all works and I like her new song too. I feel like she She has this cool thing of wanting to like makes you wanNA dance like it's very like like obviously club songs. But they're also emotional and way that I'm like I should journal Right now I shouldn't I should write about this and there's a sophistication in 'em I'm like. Yeah clearly three years older than the other popstars. Yeah there's just something right. Yeah so I will say the one thing that while on the Duleep a topic the one thing that like totally bummed me out about her in the past couple of years is like her her boyfriend stuff like she had not the guy she's dating right now who is a hadeed the guy before they were so intense on instagram and like saying I'm in at ninety percent for her outfits on Instagram and so when it became more we're about her boyfriend than her outfits I you lost me And then they broke up and now she's dating I is his name Anwar and and and now it's all about him too so sorry to spend this entire episode on my phone. It's okay great visual aid. Have you seen her dad. DULEEP is dead. I haven't is he took with.
"jill" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"You're cute or you're thin or you're not cute or you're not than enough and then you start to do the pose of holding your stop again and this is almost like the first. I think that women do to lose power is to just realize after like tighten their tummy and then a few years later you go through puberty for me. I went through puberty really late for whatever reason to get my period sixteen so went through most of high school like a child and then you went through puberty and then like suddenly. I still had my child's body but I had huge press. Sts Hardware to say because it's hard to know when to and the word is gone for instance tits some people call them uh-huh. I straight abused boobs do which is fine. It's not actually fine. They're none of them are good. Now I know I don't like any of them because they're all set about. I agree. I don't like any of the words either I also don't. It's so weird like I don't mind for me. I do not mind having them. If I have a bra on and assured shirt on I really like I think that I have pretty big boobs and I think they made me when I look at myself. I think that they make me look like I have like a strapping like just to sum like I'm just like big like a yeah like I think they're your huge Jason Momoa. It's just like looking at a grip damn right because a lot of guys who are ripped up huge boobs right yeah that's. That's what you think. That's what I think of them. As we don't have a word for that yeah yeah you'd like ripped a woman man boobs and they're not rigged like definitely regular like they're trying to lift but yeah right now continue to me squarely in the zone of Lake fat pockets pockets today and that's going to be our claiming coming but I I do remember yeah that transition you know in high school you go through that like you know you're waiting for the bus in my case it was the one show one lasalle and you're waiting for the bus and men men are driving by honking at you now all of a sudden they're honking. Their sixteen at this point is junior high school there yelling things out the window grown ass men people. Your Age are now taking you in now. You belong to all the mad end of the world. That's I think turning point number two. I I can hold my stomach in and it's like puberty. I it looks like The lady I'm not even. I don't belong to myself anymore for the first one. Do you notice because I have seen I see so many pictures of myself when I'm on stage and I feel the most free when I'm on stage and I also really think about my breathing I really think about being rooting length through the floor like it like I have prior to learning anything about yoga or like anything about crystals and stuff. La would be into my experience of doing standup is is like religious uh-huh and spiritual and I noticed that in those pat makes sense for visionary except visionary but yet so I noticed that when I am doing my posture's really different than I think it is other times. I really do stick stomach out for sure you do yeah yeah doing whatever that like. You feel convex. Yes that's right yeah comfortably comebacks yeah. How do you think you do you think you are still were. Were you with. I'm still figuring it all out. I still I'm so immersed in a world of Trans Hands People and Trans Thought and I'm constantly thinking about gender so things that seemed totally normal to me step outside of the world of transparent outside the world of topple encounter people who don't have as much experience with thinking about gender realize how immersed I am in it but your obsessed zest and I think about all the time and I think about I'm sort of constantly doing a little lake self test trying to figure out where in win in how in my body I lost my feeling of being the subject in the world the main guy that's really the thought instead of the Act Act and so one of the things we were doing on transparent. This year is like shelley takes Improv and she becomes obsessed with being this character named Mario. Yep and when shelly is mario she can eat. She can just be in chicken. Fuck you. This is like my obsession with contracts Old Italian in guys sixers Tommy out and you know what he signed a convex old colleague for sure. That's where yeah you're just is like yeah. These are my man boobs and this is my Bali and and all the chicks like me if you could talk about if you could talk about your gender but not using like you don't have to use any I mean the the joke that I have about it is that I say my genders fighter pilot the one. I've been talking to people on this show. I mean really like the person who later fi look. Look at the person who I look at and I think that's me is like David Bowie which is which is I don't think that that person's body has anything to to do with my body and that's I think how part of the way that I know like gender is distinct from bodies like everything else because that person and I would not look the same in close yeah but just like if I looked at their color the I'm really into these days as and again like I feel lucky enough that I can evolve this week after week. Yes I'm really into the idea of having zero gender like no gender invisible gender and I I like to feel invisible in my gender so then when when valet guys calls me Ma'am like he did last night. I get like Shukan out of my reality and like what what is he looking at that he's seeing a Ma'am is it because I'm fifty because they have short hair or like I mean I went to a party. The other night I was wearing full tracksuit red and white tracks it you know and white gym shoes in like these days. I don't wear makeup anymore. Cut My hair short enough. I don't even look in the mirror really you. You know I'm not like what am I presenting just like. I'm out got my tracksuit on going to a party and feel a little bit like a woman a little bit like a man a a little bit like Jill a little bit like some guy named Joe but whatever it is. I don't want anybody Miami. I was on a date and like we got out of the Uber and she was really Fab and like we have our own little dynamic and then the guy's like okay ladies. You know could thanks ladies. I'm like what does he we see when he sees the two of us and he's calling US ladies. I literally feel like I'm an elephant and he's calling Igloo like he's not seeing my species. He's not seeing if I'm alive or dead ladies about me a woman. I'm dating in getting out of nowhere to go into a party. He sees ladies unlike when you cut when you're calling me a lady dressed like a guy. What are you doing. What are you doing. What are you doing for you. Are you insulting me because it makes you feel better or do. You actually think we're really cute. Ladies Eighties. One looks like a lady and one doesn't but we're both ladies. I think that my experience of this because I do I do have a partner that presents like very neutral ladies. When you go out hello ladies. Sometimes I feel crazy. I feel like some times. It's actually embarrassment on the other person's part or like. Don't don't worry don't worry. I still see that your women he i. I don't run their being politically correct. Yeah like this. There can be a kindness to a misplaced kindness highness yeah. I've noticed that I've had that experience. The two of us together reunite together also had the experience of like somebody being able to place me because I have one long side and then like having and then assuming wing that really assist dude and then for her that becomes a little bit of a safety issue sometimes like I know that that's how she feels that is that she's waiting. Ding for like the other shoe to drop the person to realize right that they've made a mistake and then for that embarrassment over nothing to then cause a potential safety issue so I don't know like what would be the thing that would make. I feel like it's it's literally guys like I like. Thanks guys or like the. That's what that's what makes me feel the most safe in that situation. What would make you feel most saving. Thanks Yeah but without the thing you know. It's it's it's hard because you know people are like right this way ladies restaurant and so what would you want us to say i. I guess you'd have to just have the period after the word right there. Is this way yeah and that looks to Absolu- into that yeah something about when people say ladies the reason. I don't like it besides that it's just the grossest the world. It's so much like panties leading but I I but how are you supposed to get people to clap at us in a comedy show. If you can't use the ladies Elsa ladies all right yeah all right ladies people that's for Correal though ladies and gentlemen is such a staple yeah of a industry. You have to say friends. I guess folks people. Vokes is also hard hard to get away with because it's like it's actually my preferred. If I'm tweeting something like that like the written prefer folks but it's really hard to get away with being onstage saying like well folks. Suddenly you're like sitting down with a corncob pipe. It just becomes a very folksy. It becomes very folksy. They yeah so I do use use US guys on stage. I will usually gentlemen and become an audience. I would be upset because I would feel like you're ignoring me day. No I mean I hear you and then I become aware of it. I'm trying to fix it in the moment. It's a it's a verbal ticket point. It's like built into the act for years and only my awareness of that not being like inclusive of the entire room jazz. It's all new a year old so for me. It does feel like and I haven't been doing a lot of that time. I've been here in. La making you can do this sound similar so that they jd little men so you feel like you're saying the thing and then they won't notice notice. I said guys I said guys at a I was trying really hard to say guys.
"jill" Discussed on MarketFoolery
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"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"With Jill Schlesinger. Welcome back. Hey, something cool happened here at the Jill on money shell we have started to get more involved with Instagram, Mark. How do they follow us on Instagram? I don't even know Jill on money. Or is it Jill Schlesinger? Jill on money on Instagram. Anyway, Mark has teamed up with a friend of mine at work whose fabulous and she's like Instagram Queen and she came in and gave us Instagram bootcamp recently. And you Mark did my eyes glaze over within six minutes, or so I just looked a lot of work. I mean, I'll do it. But I'm not going to to probably record myself sitting in a green room getting ready to go on the air. Although Mark and Alex say a half do I don't know. I'm probably not going to. Let's be honest if there's someone famous in the house, then maybe because stock Oprah when she's in the green room, that'd be great. Sure. She'll love that. Anyway, let's get back to the last segment with Steve Vernon we are answering your Medicare social security questions. Here's more of our interview with Steve Vernon this is from Charles Charles retired at age sixty two and he said at that time, he started receiving his social security checks. At age sixty seven I went back to work part time, and I have been paying into social security since then with no increase in my social security benefit the bottom line. They told me no increase because not making enough money. But I've made at least sixty thousand dollars in the last six years, it seems unfair that I'm not getting any payment increases. So how would that work? What you start receiving benefits? He can't just get the increase, obviously. So what would have been the way that he could be up his social security would he have had to stop receiving benefits when he went back to work. Well, in this case, remember, my answer to an earlier question social security takes a thirty five year average of your earnings to copay benefits, and they cherry pick the best thirty five years. So in this guy's case. Maybe he's been working a little while. But it might not have been one of those highest thirty five years. That's why he's not getting. An increase to increase benefits. Get the cola increases the cost of living. But he's not going to get that. Because he's probably not making enough to replace one of his prior earning yours ready to do a follow up question to that. If I retire at age sixty two maybe because I need the money, right? But then at age sixty three I get a job. Can I stop my social security clock their repay what I've been what I've gotten in benefits and start adding to that thirty five year average again while you're talking about a do over, and it used to be that you could do what you're suggesting jail where you pay back the benefits you received? And it's almost like do over. Nothing happens social security to change the rules two years ago. And now you can do that do over only within twelve months. Of starting your benefits in the first place. So you're sixty two before eleven months have passed you stop benefits and fan back. You can do do over. But once twelve months of past you're not eligible to do that interesting. Okay. Well, that's a bummer. We're talking to Steve Vernon who is the author of retirement gain changers. He's also a blogger at CBS MoneyWatch where I know him from and he has been kind enough to answer a bunch of your social security questions. Here's another one from Richard. Who is eighty four eighty four is current spouse's. You ready for this sixty nine his first best died back in nineteen ninety. His second spouse are as current spouse is receiving social security benefits based on her previous employment, which is less than one half of what I receive. She was divorced about twelve years ago. And now we've been married for six years. Assuming I- predeceased her will she then be eligible to receive my benefits. And Jill here's another case where I think yes, that's my understanding. And but also she might actually be able to get that spousal benefits. Now, not waiting for him to die. That's what I was wondering. Right. She should definitely call. That's a case where you got a call for sure because I think she might be leaving some money on the table potentially thought so too. So here's the answer..
"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Back to jail on money with Jill Schlesinger a question. Call or Email anytime eight five five four one one Jill or asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. You're back with Jill on money. If you've got a financial question, we'd love to hear from you very easy to send an Email asked. Jill at Jill on money dot com. I'm just trying. You're not gonna have to write a big article Mark about year end tax planning, given the new tax law. I can't just recycle all my old columns, which is what I usually do. I go back. I look at it. And then oh, this is going to be real work. Guess kidding guys? Know, you got the things that you you have to do. All right. Sandison email. That's what Steve did he wants a quick assessment and advice on the next decade? He's fifty three two hundred eighty five grand salary, no debt houses paid off. It's worth five hundred thousand dollars emergency ridge slash fund emergency fund one hundred forty five thousand. Four zero three b has six hundred ninety five thousand kids colleges funded. How am I doing? You're doing great. What should my goals for the next ten years? I don't know you tell me what are your goals for the next ten years. What do you wanna do? Are you married? You didn't mention a spouse. But you've got some kids. Here's what I would say. If you are looks to me like you're in great shape. I don't know you you have if you have a four zero three b than you, you probably work for maybe work for a school system. Maybe you work for a college or a nonprofit, maybe what you would want to do is just keep pumping money in their in your goal might be. If you wanna retire earlier, or I don't know what you wanna do. I e the goals are up to you. I can't do the goals for you, keep saving rock and roll. I don't know. What do you think? You have to figure that out. You really got to figure out what your goals are going to be. Okay. Let's move on. I love all these great questions about like, what do I do have extra money? This is from Lee he says he looks forward to listening to podcasts. Also, which I love our podcast. It's called better off, and you can subscribe to it anywhere. You get your podcasts. Apple Stitcher radio dot com. Google play anywhere. You get those podcasts Lee says that his commutes. Or she I'm not sure. All right. It's a he Mark says lease commutes have drastically changed since he started listening. He says I have some cash that's parked. It's not being put to good use. I've been shamed. By your advice into needing to change my allocation to a less risky one. I am prepared to purchase more bonds through funds that said it's my understanding that this isn't the best time to purchase due to rising interest rates best to bite the bullet and pull the trigger. Now. First of all. Yeah. Of course, you know, you're going to be market timing. We can't I don't know when the bond market is gonna move. But you're I get what you're saying. You're essentially saying that g. With interest rates rising. Should I really be buying bonds? Right now, I think the answer is if you're investing for the long term, it you shouldn't worry you shouldn't. Okay. Just do it. And you know, you'll be mad at me. Because what's going to happen is the bond market's gonna fall apart right after you, buy and you yell at me. But you know, if you bought the stock market. At the all time high in October of two thousand seven and you just stuck to your game plan. You were richly rewarded so bonds are not going to be in a cycle of one thing or another forever. A long term investor. Get going Rene writes that she is sixty eight she's retiring she wanted to take she wants to take her ex's benefit and then switched to hers at seventy if he passes later will I be able to claim the survivor benefit. I don't know if you can switch back and forth twice. Yes. Take the X benefit and switched years at seventy. But I don't know if you can do that. I would actually that's a that's a social security question that I would ask the social security office. I don't know the answer to that. If you get to switch back later. Not sure. Here's a question by Stephen who thanks me for maybe. It's a comment about retirement savings. The idea. Okay. So he's responding to a book that I had mentioned in an article called rescuing retirement. The idea being proposed sound similar to the social security system in place, the main differences that people are actually receiving their own funds back in retirement instead of relying on the next generation. It's not exactly like it. Because it's not a pay as you go system. So it's just a different. It's a different approach, Mark. You're going to have to put the actual link to that article in the show notes. But I see why you would say that. I think it's different. I'll tell you the thing that I like about both social security, and this idea proffered by this this book, which is called rescuing tyrant is that the that retirement becomes a compulsory part of everyone's life, and we don't force people to do it. They're not going to do it. That's what we've learned. Okay. Will wants to? Has an estate planning question. He was updating his revocable trust the trust states that my current spouse as opposed to his future one during her lifetime receives all the income from the brokerage accounts preserving principle for the most part undistributed after which the principal balance passes to my children from a former marriage. One question remains unanswered, concerns. My IRA is there a method by which its value fits into this scenario? No, it's different. So if you want you're going to have to divide it up and say some of the money goes to her outright and some of the money goes to the kids outright. I think that's an easier way to do it. Thank you for writing. Well, thank you offer writing. And by the way, if you've got a question, it's asked Jill Jill on money dot com. We'll be right back..
"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Finances. Your back with Jill on money. If you've got a financial question, we'd love to hear from you. Have to do is send us an Email asked. Jill Jill on money dot com. Ask Jill at Jill on money dot com. Okay. Here's an interesting question because some people you may not realize this. But let's let's just go through this. This is from Rebecca who lives in Washington state. So she sixty five and so is her husband and her husband is disabled. He may need to be placed in ignorance facility. My question is is my IRA secure for me. It does the facility get some of the money. We are sixty five I had to retire early to take care of my husband twenty four seven. Oh, you poor thing. Terrible. So hard. Okay. Generally, speaking, the state, which you reside directs really how this will work because there's no like national plan on this. It all comes down to the state level. I think what you're asking about is your medicate air his Medicaid eligibility. And generally speaking that you will absolutely have there are some rules about what is what is available. What is not available? Okay. So let's say that I don't know how much money you guys have okay? But when you apply for Medicaid, or you know. If you know, presumably, you you may have to you have to like, basically say, here's everything I have. One of the things that's really important is that once it's an IRA asset. It's an asset. That is not it's not qualified asset. I think it is actually available since it's available to you. But and here's the, but I think that what you really need to know is that we've got to look at everything that you have and what you're able to keep if you go to your state's website, which I just looked up Washington state healthcare.
"jill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Curie or financial problems could be just a phone call away eight five five four one one jill is the number to dial back to jill on money with jill schlesinger you're back with jill on money if you've got a financial question we'd always love to hear from you give us a holler so easy to do send us an email asking at jill on money dot com asked jill at chill on money dot com okay let's get back to the final part of our interview this is with scott wapner he wrote a really interesting book it's called when the wolves bite to billionaires one company and an epic wall street battle and basically these two guys if you're just joining us we're billionaires they're fighting about this company is it a scam is it not a scam one goes long one short one bets for the company went bets against the company and when it's all said and done this very public battle spills out in public and everybody sees this and the one question i had for scott was like what was learned from this whole process both by the people who participated and by him so here is the rest of our interview the end of it with scott wapner what is the lasting lesson that comes out of this brawl for each of them what do you think do you think either of them learn something or both of them what do you think so i think that bill will never go public with a short position ever again i'm also fairly confident that he will never short anything again now he may and i could be completely wrong but there's no way he's getting up on a stage ever again and good and saying that he's short xyz company and it's going to zero what i also try and do in the book and i hope readers come out with their own view of what separates these these two not in a way that one is better than the other or that but just the different parts of their psyche that guide them as as great investors and and to be fair you know the last few years have been unkind to bill ackman but before that he had some really spectacular wins including you know a trade that that will go down arguably is the greatest hedgefund trade ever made so it's not like the you know he's a dummy it's just they have different personal characteristics about them you know bill is more emotional he's more emotionally invested in in the positions that he makes whereas you know carl is more hey you win some you lose some if you lose you you take the bait off the hook and you go into another pond and he's been able to do that successfully he's had his ups and downs obviously but he hasn't had these spectacular wins or losses like bill has and i just wonder if that underscores in some way the difference between the two men would activists investors if they only stuck to creating a position without any leverage without borrowed money would that be perhaps a cleaner way to essentially change this from mathematical formula that only that mostly enriches shareholders to one that could help the company overall or would it i don't think it matters i don't think it matters i mean i think that whether they're you know whether there's no leverage or or what i don't think it makes a difference to how these investors view what they think is right for the company if there's something that has changed though towards activism over the last few years i think it's companies or more emboldened than ever to fight back i truly believe that now i don't know whether the herbalife case specifically has led to that i think companies are feeling better about themselves to push back and say maybe you you all don't have the best answers that led us the ceo the board run the company the way we see fit that we don't necessarily need your outside interference which may last for a handful of years it may be less but the impact on our firms will be forever so scott you are financial journal list you've been doing this for a few years and people see you all the time on cnbc what is something that would surprise people like a deeply held view that you have that people may misconstrue about the business that either that you really feel to your core is like this would surprise people to know that i think what is that thing.
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"You're back with jill on money if you've got a financial question we'd love to hear from you the phone number is here he goes very quick jill get it mark because i know you actually don't want anyone to call but sometimes i still feel compelled to say it send us an email we would actually preferred instead of the phone calls because we get to ask questions in return so the email addresses asked jill jill on money dot com all right you know we talk about the f word all the time on this show that is fiduciary don't be dirty and our guest john taft to is currently the vice chairman at baird is which is an international wealth management capital markets asset management private equity firm he's quite passionate about the concept of fiduciary so here's more of our interview with john what business thinks it's a good thing to fight the idea that you put your customer your client i that's like a shady business right there okay i'm i'm you want me to argue the point okay i agree with you i agree with you but yes managing under fiduciary standard do you really think that when they then turn and talk to the municipal bond ladder that the same advisor has built for them that the adviser takes off the white hat of cheering puts on the black hat i don't but i tell you something.
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"Another day another show another other weekend thank you so much for joining us it's jill on money very happy that you are with us very happy that you have decided to spend this time we really never take you for granted because you are the reason that we exist and that's why we want to hear from you part of this program is predicated on the idea that you like listening to questions from each other and you have financial questions that you want to ask so if you fall into that category why not send us a quick note ask jill at jill on money dot com asked jill at jill on money dot com and hopefully we'll get you on the air which would be so much fun and if it's a detailed maybe just give us a little background about yourself would help us out and we would be delighted i am a certified financial planner i'm actually the senior cfp board ambassador mark are you almost done with your last cfp class so mark is months away by the end of the summer you will have create you will have completed all seven of the modules what do they call them these days i don't know if they're sections modules of the certified financial planners kinda the predicate to take in the big test mark wants to know if i ever saw this coming no i didn't know that but you know it is so to me it's like so funny because you're you're so curious in general that it doesn't surprise me that you're doing it if you want to find out about how you can become a cfp you can just go to the website cfp dot net that's the one that will tell you how to become a cfp professional and it will give you links to education partners and especially and i know we have a lot of people who listens to the program who worked for financial companies so this is a great place to find out more about the cfp certification and why i like it so much so i think that that to me it's a it is a gold standard it's not the only but it is a gold standard i think it's well worth doing if you're in the business so go check it out.
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"Another day another show when other weekend thank you so much for joining us it's jill on money very happy that you are with us very happy that you have decided to spend this time we really never take you for granted because you are the reason that we exist and that's why we want to hear from you part of this program is predicated on the idea that you like listening to questions from each other and you have financial questions that you want to ask so if you fall into that category why not send us a quick note ask jill at jill on money dot com asked jill jill on money dot com and hopefully will get you on the air which would be so much fun and if it's a detailed maybe just give us a little background about yourself would help us out and we would be delighted i am a certified financial planner i'm actually the senior cfp board ambassador mark are you almost done with your last cfp class so mark is months away by the end of the summer you will have create you will have completed all seven of the modules what do they call them these days i don't know if they're sections modules of the certified financial planners kinda the predicate to take in the big test mark wants to know if i ever saw this coming no i didn't know that but you know it is so to me it's like so funny because you're you're so curious in general that it doesn't surprise me that you're doing it if you want to find out about how you can become a cfp you can just go to the website cfp dot net that's the one to that'll tell you how to become a cfp professional and we'll give you links to education partners on and and especially and i know we have a lot of people who listen to the program who worked for financial companies so this is a great place to find out more about the cfp certification and why i like it so much so i think that that to me it is a gold standard it's not the only but it is a gold standard i think it's well worth doing if you're in the business so go check it out.
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"Follow jill on twitter and instagram for more personal finance content just use the handle at jill on money now back to the show you're back with jill on money and if you've got a financial question we'd love to hear from you asked jill jill on money dot com that is our email address be sure to give us lots of details about what's going on in your life that would be helpful all right let me just think about a few things that i want to get off my chest right now first of all the college and high school graduation season is coming up and again we are still in our month of april which is financial literacy month so i am going to encourage you all to use this occasion of graduation to have some conversations with your kids about money now please do note that i am not a parent so when i give you parenting advice you might roll your eyes i have many opinions about parenting because apparent but it is a good time to it is a good time to break the ice on some issues if there is a a college graduation maybe you really want to sit down with your kid and talk about you know how they plan to manage their lives in this next phase financially for high school i think a great time before your kids go off to college to really have conversations about how you're going to help them out maybe you know the decisions are being made around financial aid that's for sure but halbe getting the kids used to managing their money by saying i'm gonna send you a certain amount of money every month now let's put a budget together and look at what you but expenses you have coming up but it is a it's an icebreaker time and even if it's just the end of the school year and you know you're you're really talking about high school kids who were getting summer jobs these are just moments there moments in time they give you an opportunity to actually discuss the matters that i think are pretty important in in our business we call that a news peg like we use something in the news to actually tell you to eat your vegetables do your financial stuff so these events can be wonderful opportunities to actually have conversations that you've been meaning to have for a long time see.
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"Takes the mystery out of your finances here's your host jill schlesinger welcome to jail on money are you doing so delighted you're joining us this is the program that takes the mystery out of your financial life spring has sprung hopefully by now it really has sprung it was a rough beginning of the spring but now i know we're all sort of looking up thinking it's a possibility things could be actually coming that would maybe encourage us to believe that we will have a summer thank goodness thank goodness i mean i hate to be one of those boring people like it is incredibly boring to talk about weather or traffic if you ever go to a dinner party and someone sitting next to and they talk about the weather or traffic go move your seat of the worst topics ever so boring do you ever find that like when you're when you talk to people about like what you do you can tell very quickly whether or not they're interested so i was recently at a party and i said to somebody i work in news in radio and what you do i cover business and finance and the guy literally like turned around and was like oh okay bye all right well hey i love what i do so you know this is a program that takes a mystery of your financial life so you've got to give us a holler let us know what is going on send us an email asked jill jill on money dot com let's start this show with shane who's calling from iowa jane just inherited a half a million dollars the brokerage of where it's at the fees or are pretty high and i'm trying to figure out what the what the best way to go about whether moving it or trying to find some different fees or some different funds to put him in.
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"Follow jill on twitter and instagram for more personal finance content just use the handle at jill on money now back to the show you're back with jill on money and if you've got a financial question we'd love to hear from you asked jill jill on money dot com that is our email address be sure to give us lots of details about what's going on in your life that would be helpful all right let me just think about a few things that i want to get off my chest right now first of all but the college and high school graduation season is coming up and again we are still in our months of april which is financial literacy month so i am going to encourage you all to use this occasion of graduation to have some conversations with your kids about money now please do note that i am not a parent so when i give you parenting advice you might earlier is i have many opinions about parenting because i'm not a parent but it is a good time to it is a good time to break the ice on some issues if there is a a college graduation maybe you really wanna sit down with your kid and talk about you know how they plan to manage their lives in this next phase financially for high school i think a great time before your kids go off to college to really have conversations about how you're going to help them out maybe you know the decisions are being made around financial aid that's for sure but how about getting the kids used to managing their money by saying i'm gonna send you a certain amount of money every month now let's put a budget together and look at what you what expenses you have coming up but it is a it's an icebreaker time and even if it's just the end of the school year and you know you're really talking about high school kids who were getting summer jobs these are just moments there moments in time they give you an opportunity to actually discuss the matters that i think are pretty important in in in our business we call that a news page like we use something in the news to.
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"Follow jill on twitter and instagram for more personal finance content just use the handle at jill on money now back to the show you're back with jill on money are you the sort of person who just believes in whatever you believe in and that's it i used to be that kind of person and then i was i was learning how to become a trader my first boss had said to me look you know it's really important to say like well what if i'm wrong if you're wrong then you lose a lot of money as a traitor that to me is a really important concept whatever were thinking about in our financial lives and anti duke our guest and author of thinking in bats is here to help us understand the questions that are important to ask ourselves because we're not always right these are annie's questions so here's more of our interview with any duke you have some great questions i just want to give because i love these questions especially for people who have rock solid black and white beliefs especially about their financial is because they think it's this concrete thing that is not about luck and sometimes it often is very much about exactly why might my belief not be true what other evidence might be out there bearing on my belief are there similar areas i can look toward to gauge whether similar beliefs to mine are true what sources of information could i have missed or minimize on the way to reaching my belief what are the reasons someone else could have a different belief what's their support and why might they be right instead of me what other perspectives are there as to why things turned out the way they did and.
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"On money now back to the show you're back with jill on money are you the sort of person who just believes in whatever you believe in and that's it i used to be that kind of person and then i was i was learning how to become a traitor my first boss had said to me look you know it's really important to say like well what if i'm wrong because if you're wrong then you lose a lot of money as a traitor that to me is a really important concept whatever we're thinking about in our financial lives and annie duke our guest and author of thinking and bats is here to help us understand the questions that are important to ask ourselves because we're not always right these are annie's question so here's more of our interview with any duke you have some great questions i just want to give up because i love these questions especially for people who have rock solid black and white beliefs especially about their financial is because they think it's this concrete thing that is not about and sometimes it often is it's very much about exactly why might my belief not be true what other evidence might be out there bearing on my belief are there similar areas i can look toward to gauge whether similar beliefs to mind are true what sources of information could i have missed or minimized on the way to reaching my belief what are the reasons someone else could have a different belief what's their support and why might they be right instead of me what other perspectives are there as to why things turned out the way they did and you say that basically just by asking these questions you're going to move to a whole different plane.