5 Burst results for "Kathleen Michael"
"kathleen michael" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The crease financial capacity recently yeah and don't you think the pandemic can actually help certain people with negotiations through you almost definitely those folks who have been either laid off or suffered a reduction in income could benefit could benefit substantially from this yeah so if you contact eight four four Larson tax even if your burdens not big enough you think to hire someone they'll let you know that and they can give you some tips anyway they they do it all the time they do it all the time Kathleen's got a question for you go ahead Kathleen are you there Kathleen Kathleen I'm gonna try one or two it Kathleen the higher tax rate yes I can hear you fine head gear okay great well my god thank you so their company and she has to do a new W. four so they get rid of tax form and I was looking at it but you know how it used to be where you could claim yourself then you know put all the deduction on there are you in other words some people would claim a lot of deductions to keep more of their own money and that when taxes K. they would put down their truth and that they pay they were or what they would rather have the money themselves yes well you can't do that anymore are you can't even claim it now you can't even claim yourself what what do you talk I can't type yourself of course you know Michael have you heard of that is what you folks are talking and I'm gonna check out the new double yeah right now he's going to check it out because you can only do it it says on here if you have income under the hundred thousand dollars per ad four eight dependence but she's only single so she can't claim that you can't claim or south so there's no way she could put herself women because she makes more than a hundred now two hundred if you're under two hundred about two hundred thousand I laugh but that's very dependent so it for my husband and I thought we could put the pandits on there but every single person you can't claim yourself anymore they've changed the W. fours I realize that have you put that on because all hold on okay we're checking it out right now through Lahr said they're going to check it out so on the form let's get this straight that there there are people that can still claim more yes Sir now or no one can can't wait yes so Kathleen who gets to claim dependents is what I'm asking you know people that are married to have children but if you're alone do they automatically they just assume you're you're claiming yourself L. it doesn't say that on the form okay Michael did you look at reviewing the form on step one it does affect your filing status and there's an option to check single or married filing separately so when you change that it would seem to me that would automatically quote unquote claim yourself that's what it would seem to be Kathleen yeah but I think I think we're the rub is is that you can't claim multiples you can't in other words if you just claimed if you're filing as single I don't think that you can up the deductions to keep more of your money Michael I think that's changed because you well sorry America for Tom under the direction it says if you expect to claim deductions other than the standard deduction and want to reduce your withholding use the discussions worksheet on page three and and here Kathleen at all given so it does give you that option Kathleen so I thank you yup you might be mistaken that beat the form does allow you to check single which would automatically account for you right and then on the other page what Michael is telling us is that you can then check multiple our dependence does your daughter usually take multiple dependents and and keep more of her own money during the year and no she doesn't she usually displays without that sometimes she also you know kicked in a little bit more yeah yeah yeah I know people who do that I know people do just the opposite there and and Michael what at what age thank you Kathleen Michael for the record is that why would people used to do that they would claim eight or nine depended to that at the end of the year claim themselves you know they didn't cheat but they wanted to keep more of their money during the year how does the government look at that well so long as they don't accrue tax liability and end up on able to pay that amount due when the return is filed in some cases the IRS will reach out directly to the employer and declare mandatory withholding okay N. and I was told as long as you pay ninety percent end of your previous year's liability you're safe right and as long as that remaining ten percent is paid by the tax filing deadline I don't think you'd run into an issue Tom okay so right now people have still time before the iris goes on full force collection to get current and we've said this before if you suspect you owe money from the past to the future you want to be you want to pay the most current bill first right you want to pay the most current bill first exactly okay enough folks miss it they may be eligible for penalty abatement for earlier tax year and hopes they try to do this on their own fate they sometimes miss out on that opportunity and that's another thing that we get for a lot of our clients ensure filing two thousand nineteen taxes what would have been April fifteenth is now what the normal life does that mean that all the other extensions are are farther out you know what the extension filing deadline they said nothing about that so it's an additional extension is filed by July fifteenth I expect that that extension will only go through October fifteenth so not six months beyond July just three okay so if you have a job deputy talk you have a question or comment I spoke to a woman who claims that she was taken as a deduction on someone else's tax can she call the IRS is over for department or criminal she was a parody it was without her consent or knowledge and they're not supporting her he was still in her family that claimed a residue junction and shows a grown woman and she's she wants to know what you can do about it yeah what do you do it if you're claimed by someone and you know it's not right what do you do there's a couple different options Tom she can report it to the I. R. S. there is a reporting hotline that she could call or she could trigger an automatic review of both returns by her filing a return of her own and that would automatically flag the other returned to the I. R..
"kathleen michael" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"On seventy two hundred claims and unfair competition law claims so please welcome Christopher charbagh our next panelist is the professor himself wrote the book he is a graduate of Notre Dame where he was a runner up valedictorian but he made it made up for that when you went to Harvard Law School in when the face the problem of being the top student to graduate in his class he is a perfect of a lot easier a lot easier a lot easier and he and he has been a lawyer and a professor including back in our for awhile is currently at Vanderbilt and he's the author of this book makes a compelling case as to the class action mechanism and then we'll hear more from him I just a bit and our moderator today is judge on the ninth circuit he is a graduate of was a Korean immigrant has to start with and came to this country and and graduated from I believe Cornell and then also Harvard Law School because because my classmates magna **** laude and worked at walk tell work that another large losses associate White House counsel I believe from the special counsel to the Judiciary Committee the Senate and I recently appointed to the ninth circuit so round of applause for judge Kathleen Michael.
"kathleen michael" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"It is step at a time because there's a lot to do in It in it's one of those things like email. You're doing it now when you're probably GONNA have to do it in another two years it's never ending. He does is back matter. Changes You want to feature different books in your back I mean I'm getting to the point. Where is GonNa get difficult? Listing listing all the books I published. Because it's GonNa take pages so is like one of those things really you know you just need to pick and choose what's going to help sell and everything in in one of those things where they talk about what that you're back matter matters with other word for that sorry wise cool about matter but they do. You know what that is like. This morning I was too came. I was writing down what I've been doing for this. A section for this section and I feel I just been. I haven't written today having written yesterday but I haven't had. I just haven't been stuff to organize this morning. I just go away from me but I've just signed I've been having business and I meant to rise it as B. U. S. Y.. By dement ripe to be you as I and then I realized. Then that's how you spell business said business is just another form of business. I'm actually quite gobsmacked by that. I never made the connection. I should either but now I'm never going to look at the worst than same because now it makes sense because people describe my inner if you're doing business. Isn't she lovely busy busy. But you haven't got a busy. You've just got to be doing what you have to do. And sometimes that will be not working side get caught up in dizziness. Everyone will business i. I've actually been focusing lately because you know for years we heard about you know if you really WanNa be successfully grafted drafted multitasking. You have to do all this and that and in always constantly be doing something I am. I've been more productively lately. But what I've been doing is I. They call it chunking. L. May time or I set aside like two or three hours. I just focus on one task and I tried to block off everything else and I'm actually doing more than when I was trying to multitask so I'm like you know what everyone's been lying to us yet. History it's actually proven that it's always women can multitask Telecomm- men Colin. It's not true no one can just one thing do well and then move onto the next thing. Yeah that's what I've been doing until yeah it's it's helping but who knows all. My comments come in Montenegro. I only got one on my end on this on episode. Thirty five by MIRA The episode where do you need to read to be a good author in. She commented briefly about that but she ended up sharing a story which I thought was really cute when she was a kid her mom would call the library and say you know. Don't let her borrow more than three books or she'll never go outside and play in the library Are you just Mr. She disliked with ten books. It's funny I mean book lovers I mean. We started out at an early age and we just like dedicated book lover so Kilo story in. She also oh commented that she needs to read that. All I want book were included in earthquake seen during a sex no earthquake during sex scene. Which I've been noticing your your Pimp Indiana on twitter witter which Enjoying the graphics. Your attention to that one with the woman on the shaky bed. I couldn't find one with somebody having struck on sex during an earthquake. Somebody needs to give listen. I would make it if I had to make a Gif. By Dame's I'm betting ahead to attach one. I mean I. I'm still excited when I can attach gift to twitter twitter message or tweet vet maintenance tweet say yes. Thank you to Mirror in here is a regulatory and and in very lovely very lovely Rita. She sent me chocolate. One nine left mirror wow. I haven't received chocolate cheese very lovely. And she's always very supportive so I put 'em an instagram post about arm episode. The T. Four. I think he was an adult book and I got some comments back on that so. Natasha says she was very excited to get home. And listen to the episode so I enjoyed attache. NSA she stumbled onto the cause and he's loving them and she finds US inspiring TV. She's Nice Limp. Wow she thought. It was a like an episode on researching your novel when we came up with places occupations names on things I think we can deana. Yeah we actually on a research trip together we did. We might lawn one who knows and finally would Al-Said. She loves the pool cost and she discovered an another less vehicle that he she's loving through it array array and I think that was because we were talking about. How boomer does very good strap on sex scenes in romantic novels in I just recently bumped didn't to Aurora and She was we were having lunch at the same place in so I just chatted with her but I forgot to mention that we were pimpernel. Hurt Pinella is apparently my my phrase is to episode not even using it correctly but I forgot to mention that we mentioned her strap on sixteen. I should have is kind of awkward to see in person to someone that you really bump into reading events and be like. Oh by the way we're talking about your strap on you very good struggling seen tell me a little. The Obama Nagy shows techniques right. Let's get to the swings big question. Which is what Book Books Have Changed Your Life? I think I think you should start off on this one Ryan. I will say when I was thinking about this I was thinking about. I took it in and three different phases so one books. I remember from my childhood to less fake books that made me think. Oh I fancy this and through a note list Japanee very uncomfortable citizen type in and and three books made an impact on my life general. I always find it fascinating when we because we don't discuss beforehand. We're going to tackle the question. Didn't we always come in at different angles. Within right it will be really shape across everything and did anything sign with them. They'll be so boring then we'll be cheating out in droves. Oh my God. Is these teeny women right. And of course they're saying it's there's really entertaining women with MTV Foster Ramp Mug. She's drinking from today. How many drinks on the gay? He seemed to have lying about ten to guts. T- but I'm almost done with with this one so I'm going to have to switch to the water bottle soon okay. I'm at Tamworth Guineans. Remy one right. My my first book from I didn't win and this was I think maybe is between ten and fifteen and it was called changing times and it was blind with the by Tim Kennel now. This book was one that I think I've said before my dad used to buy my book every week and said he's my Dad's choice book for maybe an eleven year old may but it was. I remember it being being infected. Be Quite and I read it many times. I've still got it on my bookshelf downstairs. It's one of those books that I've kept and moot is towns with many times. Say clearly means something team and it's a story of a fifteen year old girl co Victoria and she's going with the Boyko Daniel but daniels from an abusive. Hey when his father is very controlling and his mother's latch to say much or dressing any colors or is quite is dark and Daniel hates his family and and once again there and him and Victoria until we get together and when they get married is only me different and Victoria Biases Mirror from a second shop. And it's a magic mirror and time travel's in her forward in time and when she gets there she's married Daniel and she's in dropped close and she can't say any say very much and she sees leased that Daniel has become his father and she has become his mother and says she goes back in time and she breaks up with Daniel clearly. The feminists me love this book. Feminist me but it was for. I guess it was a book that Far Away I book it was Kinda basting bruising reality I thought and I remember reading it again and again and I think just the power of the story in the woods waiting into captioning now is this is a book. Your Dad gave you. Did you have any words of wisdom. When he ordered it a state read this take really he just use again bookshops by me young adult books the so sweet your dad I mean? I don't mean to harp on but my dad was not ever buying me books. So it's this. Oh sweet that your dad was all your dad's a feminist. He did actually used to be feminist when I. He's not anymore because he's open companies forgotten what he needs to be very sad very sad fact gang old but never mind and but as well when I was sort of in my late teens and and I was gentlest for the university paper and go on to become one but then I remember saying to my dad when I was hey ones that really wants to be a spoiled jealous. I love sport known to Mike Bennett. I female journalists at that point in any of the national papers and my dad. They elected every single. One of the national papers town take Neil and and argue and telling them that they need to get more women in the say he was actually quite a big supporter. Now he he he moans when they have pundits female pundits on the football so he's forgotten that in his eighties mind. My second choice for my teenage is and he may be moving. This one is forever by Judy. BLUME obviously Judy blume. But I can't remember what this particular one is when you thought well you must have read it in because I remember I remember remember the scenes from it. It was the first vaccine I ever read it. Remember it not read this trait trey type travel back and say I was just having look at some of the visa forever this morning when I was preparing this and somebody's code at fifty shades of your first love and that is very true. It was a spellbinding. Judy blume writes he. Still one of my favorite ever storyteller she end and she just brought in on it and if you haven't read the book that she did about three years ago Gun Rita is it's absolutely brilliant. I listened to audience is excellent. It's called in the unlikely event but anyway forever was spellbound independent of face. I Love I xe first. heartbreak is about Katherine and Michael and when I was a teenager though is yes straight pairing of Catherine Michael but when I was a teenager there was no representation of anything else. Jose say. I was thrilled to get this book. Because it told the story of Kathleen Michael. They're both like seventeen eighteen. They get together and it's kind of stuttering took steps to having sex and and it was on the page and our exit on the page is six is on the page like how detailed is a six on the page detained detained. I don't think anybody in my school read. This book reveals painted every single person. I knew at school read this book because because they have sex on the page and it was about teenagers so like it was written with such honesty and with such imitation and with an e felt. You felt the heartbreak when they break us. It's not a but it. It was real and I'm on. The Games from my brothers I was in a hallowed was maybe about fifteen sixteen or something like that. Yeah I think I was still in school and my mom and dad went away for the weekend and I went to my brothers to stay and I just bought this book. Maybe uncle my data by for me. He knows that he played in shoe. uh-huh I remember sitting at his breakfast table and reading this book every bowl of cereal and remember my brother he was maybe twenty five. He's my it doesn't become really good. Yeah and I gang back upstairs to his room and just reading on my bed because I couldn't put it down and and read a book while having cereal at your brother's house. Yeah so much about it Wiz. A Romance Raymond's notice expert. TV and and a yes. It was a straight pairing but I'm not one of those people who's repelled by strikes ex united tonight a lot of people in the world does what the mind to stand in their way and you know it was a book about the Infest Times..
"kathleen michael" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Leaf on Washington's mall Conor show happy national dog day let me just be clear before we get into that I love dogs and I love cats I love all animals anything that I might say that could be interpreted as disparaging to any of these for like a creatures will be completely misinterpreted it's on you not me I'll never forget Katie Pavlich was filling in on the morning show one time with me so the two of us were doing mornings on the mall years ago and she said we were doing some topic about it got a dog somebody got arrested for leaving their dog in a hot car and she said something about that I remember what the details were but boy did she get it from the dog lover but she loves dogs do but you just said you know I grew up on a ranch with dogs in Arizona minute we had dogs all the time I mean they we bred them they were dogs every you know due to they were working dogs on the ranch and you know we just that I don't I anyway was it misinterpreted and boy do you hear it then I get it because we love our animals we love our pets and we love our dogs in this national dog day and that's great and I love dogs to do me to be clear on that I also love cats and I have owned a dog in my life and I've owned cats in my life I've actually on more cats and dogs I now choose to not own any other animal any I I have four kids that's enough that's enough and a wife and a radio producer I have plenty of people to take care of far right I don't need an animal energy to Pat okay but but I saw a lot of people talking on social media today about how it's national dog day and dogs are for conservatives and capture for liberals white guy let me just challenge you on that dogs are dependent on me the nanny state for everything for their food but even beyond that they're dependent on me for their affection they're like they need me to love them they need me to show affection on their terms at all times they need me they're constantly dependent on me I can't get up and go to the other room without the dog following me neither what do you do when you go when he going to do what can I go with you should I go with you do you need to be with you will be with us I am here I am here for you if I needed any if you're gonna do something I want to be a part of because that is one the guy I I need my space right but they're not independently minded animals in my experience cats on the other hand they don't really need me around I will co exist together but they are fiercely independent they pull themselves up by their little boot straps if you don't feed them they'll go out and find animals don't you worry about it they are predators they're just fine and they certainly are dependent on you for affection love I mean if it's if it's convenient for them great if not that's okay too you live your life I'll live mine I don't think that's a little more conservative minded there's no co dependency here I think there's room in the world for conservatives to love both cats and dogs and to make their case but I'd love to hear from you at your place six three Debi M. A. L. if you are a cat lover on this national dog day what is your response to people who claim that cancer for liberals Kathleen in Maryland go ahead Kathleen we'll start with you you're on to be a male Hey Larry I voted for trump first time of the for him the next time I have a cat and people who tried to associate one with conservative and the other with the liberal it's just stupid game but they do it right do you do you hear that from people that was like over what you're at your you're a Republican you have cats what do you do it whatever word that really all my gosh I I hear a lot right I do I hear it a lot yeah for sure all right we'll make maybe it's just I have weird friends that's entirely possible I promise you alright Kathleen the cat lover is is all in for trump alright thank you Kathleen Michael in Chantilly what do you say on this a very hot topic thanks for taking my call I love both parents were both kind of animals they both live in my house but I want to get someone I want to clarify some of one point you made was that people are saying dolls are for conservatives catch for level yeah but then you also mentioned that it was started at all from one thousand well not that they're superior not intelligent yeah DOT apparently dogs have dogs have more neurons then then cats do apparently scientifically five hundred million neurons in their cerebral cortex that's double the amount of cats Mr things up for the for statement together now so if there if dogs are smarter therefore they must be conservative or vice versa at my so you're trying to get me into more trouble than is what you're saying the start up a little bit yeah thank you for that are okay thank you in fact yes I so here's the thing either the Newsweek is laid all this out and of course news because I literally worth a dollar but they they put this together it's it's entertaining first you got the more neurons dogs have more neurons in cats is all sites dogs have cancer detecting noses working dogs a pen that are being trained to detect a very and cancer try to teach a cap that cat allergies are worse than dogs boy that's true Bob our kid Veronica we actually ended up having to get that's why I could I knew exactly how how long it's been since I had a cat is running our plea that the Naval Academy which is about three years old we realize she's allergic to this cat we got to get rid of this cat she's never had a problem dogs but cats will dogs are better for your health research has shown the cats are great promotional well being and make great therapy animals studies have shown that dogs are better for different aspects of our lives research published in the European journal of medical research found that dogs contribute positively to the lifestyle of older people as well as helping them cover an average daily distance of fifteen hundred meters also by the way this whole idea the cats are great service animals I I'd like to see a cat sniff out an IED in Afghanistan that ain't gonna happen all right military dogs are bad **** I'll give him that how about Joe in Haymarket Joe your next up on WMAL on national dog day Hey Larry I love your show and I'm glad you're back they are you a great job thank so let me get your spiritual argument okay all right and if this I know god loves because he gave us dogs that teaches about unconditional love and he also gave us cats the teachers not to think too much of ourselves they are humbly animals aren't they Joe reporter that were true they put your right your place all right Joe well set see there's a little bit there's a reason for every one of god's creatures especially to come to our domestic pets all right are you on the side of dogs being superior to cats and also does your choice of dog over cat reflect on your political viewpoints our dogs just more of a conservative Republicans animal versus a cat six thirty WMAL Washington's mall W. 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"kathleen michael" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Welcome to true crime garage wherever you are, whatever you are doing. Thanks for listening. I'm your host. Nick in with me as always is a man that would like to remind us all that you can observe a lot just by watching. He is the captain. I'd like to remind you that planet game of flicky flicky and public as a crime. It's good to be seen, and it's good to see you. Thanks for listening. Thanks for Toma friend. Tonight we are drinking secret stairs by Trillium brewing company garage grade four and a quarter bottle caps out of five secret stairs is Trillium signature style. It's bold balanced and very satisfied is not too sweet or syrupy. There's an earthy nece with bitter cocoa hints which makes secret stairs. Awesome. And this wonderful beer was brought to us by these good. Good peeps right here I up. We have a MandA from Baltimore, Maryland and big out cynical from ralway New Jersey. Next up. We have Mario at the tattoo studio and parts on known 'em are me awesome tattoo of moose mowing grass on my ass. We also have Marianne Lee. She is in beautiful parts known as well and big. We like you zip to Ryan and Belmont New Hampshire. I wanna go out west and fist-bump this guy Jason from California and last, but not least we have Christina and Bothell Washington. Thanks to everybody for filling up the fridge for this week show. If you want to help us out with next week. Beer run Goto true crime, garage dot com, and click on that Doni, but and that's enough. But the base nays. That's right. Everybody gathered around grab a chair, grab a beer. Let's talk some true crime. Teams, please get them to heal. This veg an ambulance. Jill. Kathleen Peterson was born February twenty. First nineteen, fifty three in Greensboro, North Carolina. She grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and graduated first in her class at high school also voted girl of the year. So it's quite obvious. She was well liked and respected by her fellow classmates. She moved to Durham North Carolina to attend Duke University. It's been reported. She was the first female student accepted into dukes engineering school. So a very bright young woman. She met her first husband, Fred atwater at Duke. They had a daughter, Caitlin, their marriage did not. Last later she met Michael Peterson, Michael graduated from Duke as well. After extensive schooling and education Peterson, took a job with the US department of defense to research military involvement in Vietnam. Tom, he also had a first marriage to a lady named Patricia SU. She elementary school on the Rhein main air force base in west Germany. They had two children, Clayton and Todd in nineteen sixty eight Peterson enlisted in the marines and served in Vietnam in nineteen seventy-one. He received an honorable discharge with the rank of captain after a car accident, left him with a permanent disability, Michael Patricia lived in Germany for some time there, they befriended Elizabeth and George Ratliff and their two children, Margaret and Martha how unfortunately George would pass away and after his death, the Peterson's and the Ratliff families became very close when Elizabeth Ratliff died in nineteen eighty-five. Michael became the guardian of her two children after Michael and Patricia divorce in nineteen eighty seven, Clayton and Todd, the two. Sons went to live with their mother, Patricia and Margaret and Martha stayed with Michael, who then moved to Durham North Carolina, Clayton and Todd would later also joined their father. Okay. So both are divorced then when later Michael and Kathleen meet and then they are together in nineteen ninety two. The couple bought a fourteen room dream home on cedar street and five years later, Kathleen Michael married in nineteen ninety seven now are murder case. And the day in question takes place in two thousand one. By this time, Kathleen is in has been a successful business executive for Norton making about one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year Peterson. Michael Peterson wrote three novels based around his experiences during the Vietnamese conflict. The immortal dragon, eight time of war and a bitter piece are the three titles of his books. He also co authored several other. Books, and he worked as a newspaper columnist for the Durham herald sun where his columns became known for their criticism of police and Durham county district attorney, James harden junior, mainly because of what Peterson suggested was a lack of ability for the local law and order to solve cases and get convictions or start with the time line of the murder. So we'll start a day before the actual event. So on Friday, December seven, two thousand and one Kathleen takes the day off from work that afternoon. The Peterson's, Michael and Kathleen go Christmas shopping Friday evening. The Peterson's attend event for the North Carolina independent party. Michael was involved in politics at different points in his life. So it makes