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"mauritz" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Mauritz Raymond James dot com and Americans for the Arts From WSB in Atlanta. Welcome to this Friday edition of Closer Look, I'm Rose Scott coming up later. In the program, Runners, wheelchair racers and walkers, you all get ready. This year's Peachtree Road race is back to normal, so to speak to do this over two days, is requiring a significant commitment of significant asked Everyone in the community, but we believe it's worth it. The Atlanta track club's executive director, Rich cannot give the details plus our suburban areas being neglected in the nation's plans for infrastructure upgrades. I'll speak with Georgia Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn Bardo, who talks about her legislation to make sure the suburbs are included. We have a regional Greenway's proposal, and this is something that would connect the different communities of the seventh District. That really will go through the sixth Congressional District Fifth Congressional District. Down to the 13th. Those conversations coming up in just a moment. But first this, millions of travelers are expected to fly this Memorial Day weekend or hit the road. It's the unofficial kickoff to a summer which really makes up for limited travel last year because of the covert 19 pandemic, which we're still all under. But Georges will also be greeted with the most expensive Memorial Day weekend gas prices. Since 2014. That's according to Monterey waiters, a triple A spokesperson. She says gas supply has stabilized following the colonial pipeline cyber attack earlier this month. But prices are likely to fluctuate leading up to this holiday weekend. And we're seeing gas prices around Atlanta in the metro area. It's trending now and like to 97 a gallon for regular unleaded gasoline, so a little above what the average gas price is for Georgia, But again, it's contributed to the demand, Waiters predicts there will be more than 1.1 million Georgians on the road this weekend. Now, she says, while triple A's still getting reports that there are pockets across Georgia without gas. For the most part, drivers should not have a problem filling up their tanks this weekend. Finally, it's been some time since the Atlanta Hawks have hosted a playoff game 2018 to be exact. It's Game three of the Hawks and New York Knicks first round of the NBA playoffs. State Farm Arena will host Game three tonight at seven PM and Game four Sunday at one P.m.. And it's now three wins in a row for the Atlanta Dream there.
"mauritz" Discussed on WBUR
"Mauritz O m a com From NPR and W bur. I'm Robin Young and I'm Tanya. Mostly it's here now, and there's some encouraging news for those who have had covert 19 and recovered from it. A new study shows that immunity lasts for almost a year and may last a lifetime. Immunity also improves highly with vaccinations. This research published in the journal Nature shows that the body likely can produced antibodies against the coronavirus after a mild case. Hoping to dispel a concern that immunity from contracting the virus won't last long. Let's bring in Ali Al Abadi. He's a professor of pathology and immunology at the Washington University in ST Louis and was the senior author on the study. Ali welcome. Don't thank you. Thanks for having me. Yes. Thank you for being here. So tell us more about what you found regarding how long immunity from the coronavirus lasts. Sure what we have. Is that what we what we have looked at is them trying to understand. And does people when people get infected with the virus and candy actually produced the two main components off immunity, and that we can actually When you get infected or vaccinated. There are two lines of defense are formed at first on the antibodies and the second The second line is memory. So we looked at those two lines over time upto one year after infection. And those are the individuals participate in the study came to our study and participated started from Martian April last year. So when you have when you haven't when you have an antibody, these antibodies are actually produced by specialized cells that live in our bone marrow. OK, so we asked our generous party. Yes, our generous participants to give us both bone marrow samples and blood samples for over a year. And analyze these samples, and we saw that they do have those cells in their bone marrow that produced these antibodies that can last for the lifetime. And they also have the memory beetles and the memories of the can respond. Rapidly of the get exposed to the wires again. This is an amazing discovery. But to be clear those who had the virus and recovered should still get the vaccine. Is that correct? Absolutely. They should definitely get the vaccine and this is so there. I think there is too. Mean misconceptions that need to be clarified about the whole port process of having an antibody in your system. First is if you have an antibody in your blood against the virus. It can be detected by some of those serological essays that are commercially available now. That doesn't mean a tool that you're protected. It means that you have some antibodies that resulted from your exposure before. There's a chance that those people are not enough for protection, especially when all of the new values that we're seeing that can be sufficiently different from the wires that circulated very early in the pandemic. And in that case, you're not protected. The second misconception is about that if you get a vaccine Vexing will interfere with your natural immune response and I've heard this from many times was brought up to my attention and the problem with that. It's not true, because you're naturally immune response already took its course. And that's why the person who was infected already recovered and they made the memory. The seltzer and vaccination will make the best use of those things myself. And also more good news is that people who got infected And then, after six months got the vaccination. Those individuals are making great immune response not only to the circulating strains but also too many of them variants that we have seen around the world. So I think getting vaccination for those who are infected before Is a huge boost for the immune response. You need like this down for us, You know a many. Many of us gets sick with colds every year. That's another type of Corona virus, And that's because they evolve. So is lasting immunity on Lee one half of the battle here because variants can actually get around immunity. Well, that's a great way of putting it. Yes, exactly because If we're talking about if we're talking about immunity to a virus or a bacteria that doesn't change or any pathogen doesn't doesn't change. Then it Z. Obviously great. Once you have immunity that could last for a lifetime. Just think about many, many of our childhood. Vaccines that we don't need to get again because we the virus itself doesn't change. But with the many of the cold viruses, influenza viruses and now in then about SARS viruses That they have the capacity to actually change their major major structures, and that allowed them to escape some of them unity that we form to the previous version. So that's where we should really. Unfortunately, we have to keep. It's almost like a moving target that we are trying to catch. That was Ali al Abadi, professor of pathology and immunology at the Washington University in ST Louis. Thank you for sharing your research with us. My pleasure. Thanks for having me. Well now a cautionary tale. The Biden administration is overturned dozens of environmental rollbacks from the Trump presidency. But a handful of key regulatory reforms to chemical safety remain on the back burner. They actually predate the Trump administration going back to a deadly 2013 explosion in a small Texas town. The same conditions that contributed to that disaster exist today. Texas Public Radio's Dominic Anthony walls, reports. In central Texas. There's a small town with an eternal flame. It.
"mauritz" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Out of Chicago and Mauritz Johnny Jet, the original travel influencer more to come. Right after a quick break here. Let's start with the weather, and it's going to get warm and humid again. Like you did yesterday. That was crazy yesterday, wasn't it? That cold front move through here and went? What did I see? Here in Waukegan? The temperature went down 25 degrees and less than two hours was pretty quick, dramatic drop, too. But we'll be back up into the eighties today, maybe up to 88 for a high today isolated thunderstorms. We've been checking some of the cameras weather bug cameras this morning and we see the fog burning off in the places where there had been some dense fog earlier. And that's allowed the National Weather Service to cancel that dense fog advisory. So fog is going to be part of the story that is over now from the weather Department. Mostly cloudy overnight tonight, alot of 70 and then afternoon showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. Minor 85 83 on Wednesday. 65 on Thursday 62 on Friday and nice and sunny for the weekend. Right now in Chicago, 59 Left, he gets it done. Phil Mickelson is six major, the oldest golfer to ever win a major now at 50 years old as he takes the PGA Championship by two shots. Cubs beat the Cardinals to toe one Harvey by as a two run bomb in the tent. That was the decider and the White Sox lose to the Yankees. 52 fours. They get walked off Andrew Bonded type of game of the night with one out homer. Travel is building this Monday morning. Outbound Eden's 21 Minutes from Montrose Up Chili Cook Road. Still looking Good inbound at 15 the Kennedy We've broken over the 40 minute mark from Oh, here into downtown 25 minutes and from.
"mauritz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mauritz N. C. L D daughter work It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. It's not that Shabaka Hutchings is eclectic. I mean, yes, the saxophonist and composer blends jazz, calypso dancehall hip hop African folk music Afrobeat. That alone isn't what makes him so great. Shabaka was born in the U. K. Raised mostly in Barbados. He studied classical music in college, not jazz. And that's interesting. But again, it's not the reason you should listen to his music. You should listen to the music of Shabaka Hutchings because he makes brilliant, beautiful songs. His music is vivid, complex and hypnotic. He's the leader of the band Shabaka and the ancestors and Sons of Cam it. Hutchings has found ways to speak using the language of all these genres to make something that is entirely unique and entirely hiss. When he writes a piece like say, Go my heart go to heaven. Do you hear the harmonized sax work of Ethiopian jazz legend Moola to ask Todd K. But the energy is different. It's cooler, more romantic. And a little disorienting. Or in the Sons of Chemin, the band more informed by his upbringing in Barbados, you might hear a dub song performed almost entirely by horns. And then Shabaka himself goes into a sax solo is absolutely breathtaking. The Sons of commit have a brand new album. It just came out. It's called Black to the future. I'm so excited to have Shabaka Hutchings on the show. Let's hear a song off the new record. This is to never forget the source. Chewbacca. Hutchings. Welcome to bulls. I'm so happy you're having on the show. Oh, yeah. Thanks for having me a pleasure. Your first instrument was the clarinet. How did you end up with a clarinet.
"mauritz" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mauritz mos dot or G'kar. It's here and now the number of Americans who say they won't get the Corona virus vaccine is twice as high in rural areas. The reluctance is widespread enough to raise questions about whether this country can reach herd immunity. But there are some people who are working on persuasion. Aaron Bolton from Montana Public Radio has this story first heard on morning Edition. Libby is a small town in northwest Montana. Lincoln County Public Health manager Jen McCully is walking downtown with a small cooler filled with syringes of visor and Mader to vaccines. The next thing anyone walking McCully steps inside your brother's hobbies looking for people willing to take a handful of leftover back scenes from her weekly clinic standing behind the front desk owner Stephen Cheer says he's been hesitant about getting a shot because he's already had covert 19. I've always just beyond always been coming in the edge about it, because I don't want to get sick again. Kind of thing. You know, it's Has pretty much just me just worrying about nothing. After a quick conversation, the 32 year old agrees to get a shot right inside his store. When we go Fizer, she sticks on a band aid and reminds him to check back for his second shot. McCully says Demand for vaccines has fallen dramatically in recent weeks. Even though just a third of Lincoln County's population has received at least one dose, she says. Some people will get the shot once that their questions are answered. And others just want it to be convenient. If we go to the grocery store, we have people that are like, Oh, yeah, I've been meaning to try to get in, but I'm just having so Yeah, I'll take it. Survey Data from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that at least a quarter of Montana's population is hesitant about getting covert vaccines, one of the highest rates in the nation. In fact, the majority of counties are asking for fewer doses week to week as shots stock up in freezers. Ashley cursing her with the Kaiser Family Foundation says a lot of rural states are battling this problem. There are specific groups. Regardless of where you live that are the most vaccine resistant. They tend to be Republicans. White evangelicals and rural America just has a larger share of them in their population. One in five rule. Americans say they definitely won't take a covert vaccine and cursing her, says survey data shows it will be nearly impossible to sway them. But, she adds, there is still progress to be made with the roughly 15% of the role population that's still on the fence. As they've seen. Few people get side effects. They've moved from that wait and see toe Now they're getting vaccinated. So that's really encouraging. Back at the hobby Shop in Libby customer, William Jennings says he considers himself to be a part of that. Wait and see group. But the 37 year old has been thinking about getting vaccinated more as he's resurrected plans from last year to visit family. We're going to Eugene, Oregon. To go visit my brother and sister and he's coming from Philadelphia. He says. Having the shot brought to him made the choice to take it easy. It's free. Why not? Is it free? Yeah, right. Many health officials across Montana say vaccine hesitancy will likely stand in the way of reaching herd immunity. That's why it's so important to vaccinate people like Jennings one shot at.
"mauritz" Discussed on WTOP
"Real estate donations. It's 5 18 traffic and weather on the AIDS. Where's the trouble spot? Dave Gill died in the District Suitland Parkway, First Sterling Avenue. That spot is clear. The crash is out of the way, but it's still backed up on South Cat from the freeway on the inbound 14th Street bridge into the district on 3 95. That's a late wrapped around southwest and Southeast. But it's easing. Now out of the 11 and South bound on to 95 with all lanes Hope and on Suitland at First Sterling Avenue because of the backup on the Southeast Southwest Freeway, more drivers went down River outer loop of the Beltway. Slow from Vanguard gets the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. More traffic went that way and through old town south found on Route one and Washington Street off the parkway. 66 westbound heavy from Nutley Street out toward Fair Oaks and Fair lakes, the broken down bus beyond route 50 still blocking the left lane, 95 south found routine volume delays. Newington to Woodbridge into Maryland on 95 north on traffic remains slow out of Laurel past Columbia. The crash between 1 75 and 100 getting moved from the right lanes over on the right shoulder. But it's still slow getting past it. More traffic diving off one of the BW Parkway words slower than it would otherwise be near Fort Meade and 32 to 70. No crashes reported between rock feeling Frederick heaviest North found near the Gaithersburg accents. Clear sailing on route 50. If you're going day bridge found getting a jump on the weekend or something. No delays eastbound for Annapolis toward Kent Island across the Chesapeake silver. Dieter is hiring a silver diner. 80% of their managers are promoted from within. Learn Mauritz silver diner dot com slash career Silver Diner Eat Well be well, Dave. Don't nine w T o P traffic. We've got a million Draper at storm team forces. The spectacular weather moves on here this afternoon. We're gonna hold on to this for a bit. We are so on overall, I mean, I'm continuing.
"mauritz" Discussed on WTOP
"It Learn Mauritz cdw. Com slash Deltek. 10, 48 traffic and weather on the eighth Steve Dresner in the traffic center in the district down the north bound side of I 3 95 after the X said a Massachusetts have any when the third Street tunnel still have the incident with one single left lane getting you bind delays remain back to the area of Massachusetts Avenue, not affecting the South bound side traffic moving pretty well on the Southeast Southwest Freeway but very slowly. On the north bound side lie to 95 right before the Suitland Parkway in We do have a work zone set up and last report single language by no over on the South bound side right before Malcolm X Avenue one into the ditch over the left side may be blocking the left side of the road. Wayne over in Virginia Quiet ride on the capital Beltway traffic, moving well on 3, 95 and 95. No incidents for Port on 66, the Alexandria area. Crash in the intersection of self Patrick Street and Duke Street meddling blocked in each direction otherwise in Maryland could ride on the capital Beltway. No problems to report on 95 or the BW Parkway between the two beltways. No issues on to 70 quiet on Route 50. But at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, westbound span closed for roadwork, two way traffic pattern and currently set up over the eastbound span. Public transit get you where you need to go. Even in unprecedented times. You can count on Northern Virginia's trains and Busses for your next trip visit Overrides Dodd. Word to plan your safe and healthy trip. Steve Dresner. W T o p Traffic and now to Storm Team four meteorologist Samara Theodore temperatures tonight or falling into the mid to upper forties. Now, while we're pretty dry throughout Lots of clouds are meandering.
"mauritz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thing happening in the Republican Party right now, where I feel like they're trying to out racist one another. And then they claim when people criticize those comments that they're being canceled, you know, into cried, cancel culture, and then they fund raise off of it. It's this weird cycle of saying the racist thing Denying the thing you said is racist and then fundraising off of that when you're criticized by everyone else, and I think everybody heard what he said. We know what he means. We know what that expression Comes from and I find it. Ghastly that he would invoke that at a hearing when they were talking that day about anti Asian hatred and the fact that eight people were killed this week because of potentially white supremacy and white supremacist violence. And so that's the issue. The issue is not an expression from Texas in which you invoke lynching. Uh, yes. Here we have again. Mauritz. It's white supremacist. Violence in Atlanta. Even though we've we've gone over this, the data is that the information that we have is that it is not, in fact was not motivated by white supremacist violence. White supremacy is is being if you watch MSNBC. If you are an avid CN watcher, this is you would think the biggest problem in America. Worse than Cove it I mean that the worst thing in America today the most dangerous, lethal and frightening thing that we deal with this country is if you watch MSNBC, CNN read The New York Times It is white supremacy. Remarkable. And you have to wonder as well. Is the country so much more racist now? Then it was 20 years ago. Win white supremacy as a term was reserved for actual white supremacists. What's really changed the way they described America on the left or the actual the actual situation in this country. We've got much more racist. Is that really their belief? I'd be very curious to hear how that makes any sense. But you should just be prepared for a future in which the argument increasingly especially around immigration. Becomes an argument about race and racism. From the left perspective, that's what they'll do. That's the likely place. They will take it because they feel very comfortable. They they feel very powerful in that part of the discussion, you know, liked lecturing anybody who's on the right of American politics about race. It's so easy and puts people who are Republican doesn't matter what your race is a Republican. If you're part of the GOP of your conservative, you're on the defense of the moment. The issue of racism comes up. That's the way that this has all been set up. That's the game. And You could be prepared for a lot more of that kind of discussion here here is Ilhan Omar talking about the border surge play 11. It means understanding that surges happened. And you know this. This conversation around the hysteria that is happening with the Republicans Right now, Eyes centered around. You know the gaining political points. It's not about the safety of Americans. It's not this. It's not about that hearing to international law and allowing people to seek Asylum. It's not about coming to the table working with us in regards to immigration policy, because if any of those things were true, you would hear hysteria from them in regards to the northern border. You would hear hysteria from them around. You know, folks who become undocumented because they overstay their visas on so it shows you Really that this this conversation it's about maligning on You know, I think creating a tortuous space that often becomes dangerous on Divi Elin for those that are the least fortunate in our immigration population. The northern border. I mean, that's really the argument here that they were supposed to worry about the northern border. I mean, if we had 100,000 people a month crossing into the country from Canada. And they were coming from all over the world. I can assure representative Omar That would also get a lot of attention. And I can assure representative Omar That there are people who really do believe that this is a rule of law issue. And that you know if if you're a bad person For wanting to stand up for our immigration system and for the laws around it. And what does he stand up? Where I know there are problems with everything else. But just having an immigration system instead of laws about Who can come here and when how they can stay and how long they can stay in everything else. If if you're a bad person for Being upset when those laws are broken. We're thinking that's a problem. Why do we have immigration laws? I mean, you have to really get into the Underlying mentality here. In the moment you do that. You recognize these Democrats are Just nuts. Well, actually there Doing exactly what they think is most likely toe. Benefit their political power and give them the most benefit. So in a sense It makes perfect sense. I get what they're doing. I'm not surprised by this. In fact, you know, I I wrote a book about, you know, in advance before the pandemic, the socials and survival guide. On a road for Stansbury research and in the book, I said You know, open borders. Sovereignty is for suckers. That was the title of my immigration chapter. I wrote that in 2019. Were saying exactly that play out right now. This is what the Democrats want. They're getting what they want. The problem for them is just that The American people are figuring it out sooner than the Democrat's anticipated and seeing it for what it really is. That's.
Washington State Moving To Phase 3 Monday, Boosting Local Businesses
"Now to a phase three reopening today, almost Brian Calvert has a closer look at what that means. In a nutshell. Restaurants, bars, stores, gyms, theaters and your local bowling alley can now host 50% of their regular indoor capacity has been a pretty tough year. We're just so excited to be back. Trying to provide a safe, clean fun environment You have. Swanson runs West Seattle Bowl. We're looking to the future and hoping that we can keep on the path. Good pass going out, and now that they can host 50% of their capacity, Francesca Gold Mar via downtown Seattle's Asiago Restaurant says, Come on, in truly need the support now more than we ever have before. So 50% will make a great deal of difference for us also knew today in Phase three indoor church services and 50% hair salons and retail can all move to 50%. There are also fewer restrictions on weddings and funerals and endorse sports events can host fans at 50% capacity. Outdoor sports facilities could allow even Mauritz just that That number is based on the venue's size. Brian Calvert. Come on you so effective today,
"mauritz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Who is against you on this? Who doesn't think that's a good idea. Um, I don't know. So maybe there's there's some entities out there. I have another bill. Uh, that's going to be voted out of the oversight committee along these lines next, uh, this week. That put the the salary information online of the government employees. So whatever department it has the list who they who they've hired and how much they pay and because of pushback from some of the unions, we took their names out of it. S o names when it show up, And still these unions are against the bill. Um, you never know what happens and people in different special interests that come out against these things. I think, Mauritz if somebody has You know, it's a initial distrust. You know, if you have something to hide, you kind of don't want to show it And I think that just highlights the need for some of this and tell your last point of the governor of data, whether we agree or disagree, and maybe she's done everything great. We'll just show it lay the cards on the table and let everybody see that and it's all about communication and understanding. So when when people aren't willing to show show their work, if you will, you know it has ah, this under this guise of mistrust initially until you can control what you're dealing with. Working with? Well, I would've would direct you, Representative Berman for I know you know.
"mauritz" Discussed on KGO 810
"Million bucks dwindling, valued onto 600,000 from 2001 to 2003. It took four years. Until 2007 to make back what they lost. Then in 2008, they saw that million they finally we're back to dwindle down to 600,000 again in one single year. And most Americans. It took four years until 2012 to make back that $400,000 loss because if you knows 40% a 40% loss, a million down 600,000 let's say Has to be followed by our 67% gain to get back What you last they 600,000 now has to grow by 67% 400 grand to make up for the 40% loss. And so that's why we call it the last decade. It was actually a 12 year period where people really didn't make any headway at all People Using strategy is one of my favorite strategies is indexing. Using that many people averaged returns of 7.23%. And by re balancing even 10.7% rule of 72. Your money will double or even triple in a 12 year period. On so many people did have three million for the million. They started with using the strategies that we like to educate people about instead of just being back to break even in a million bucks, it's a huge, huge difference. And so that's why these articles came out. So the original premise of a diarrhea for one K is just not true People who if they say very much money are not in lower tax brackets when they retire. Most people, schoolteachers, I. This isn't just wealthy people. They end up paying back. The first 2 to 3 years of retirement on the average every dime they saved in tax over the 30 years of contributions. You get a tax break on what you contribute, and they pay back that in the first 2 to 3 years, and they do it every 2 to 3 years the rest of their life. It's very common for many retirees who have a 41 case and the like to pay back 12 to 15 times the amount in tax that they saved on the contribution phase during the distribution phase, And that's why would usually say man whose retirement were you planning yours? You're Uncle Sam's as pretty pathetic. So in our various educational webinars and seminars and in my books, I talked about four phases of retirement. Planning the contribution phase where you contribute money for your future in overlaps the accumulation phase. Hopefully you're gaining ground with interest, dividends, growth and so forth. And then you have the distribution phase that withdrawal phase and all too often too many people go into withdrawal when they hit that face because they thought they were going to be in a lower bracket, and they're not. And then you have the transfer phase. Most people leave behind something when they die that would have sustained them had they lived longer and the worst place to leave money When you die for your Children to inherit is in a tax deferred diarrhea for one K and most savvy CPS and tax attorneys will agree with me on that. So the messages you want to redirect that you want to free yourself from the IRA For one K tax trap, do a strategic rollout, which is a three part strategy. Now I'm out of time in this segment, but I want to share with you How you can learn Mauritz. This is resonating with you so you could be liberated. So get ready to jot down this free educational webinar. We are teaching a 90 minute webinar this coming Wednesday and it's absolutely free. And we're gonna follow up the 90 minutes of education with about 20 to 30 Minutes of live Q and a on we are going to start at 12 o'clock noon..
"mauritz" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Low interest rate environment is great for buying a car, getting her house refinance and all those types of things that's just different places and we're in different parts of our life and we get to retirement. So how do we retire in a low interest rate environment now? Stephanie, You started your company No. Four. That means your company was running full throttle. When we hit 2007 to 2009 early 2009 the housing financial crisis and back then it was like Holy cow. My 401. K is now a tool One k. I'm never going to be able to retire last year. The pandemic was people being laid off for load going. How can I go ahead and retire right now? I lost my job I want if I can go ahead and retire. Why do you think there was such a different mindset in Oh, wait, I'm never gonna be able to retire 2020. Boy. Life could be short. Maybe I should Coast smell the roses. I mean, is that kind of as simple as it could be? I think they had a lot to do with it. I think a lot of it was just, you know, the enormous mental stress. That we go through it, and I did. You're right, Mark. We had a lot of people coming into our office saying, Hey, what do we do? You know, do we have to go back to work? Do it Can I just? I like I didn't realize I would like this and the noise was so loud, You know, I mean, there's so much that people are having to process and think about scared. Fear. I mean, fear drives a lot. So I I have found that you know, one of the things that became really important when people come into our office, whether it was last year this year or next year is to offer A safe place to come in to know that we're not going to make emotional decisions. We're going to be cautious about our approach. We're going to be patient. We're gonna look at the what ifs. There's a lot of things that we wanted to wait and see what happens. But we also want to make sure mark that were properly allocated. We want to take a look at the things that make sure that things are lining up with our risk assessment. So when you're coming in, you're right Mark. There's a lot of people that are asking the question. Can I just retire? That's why this is an important place to come. Because we are retirement coaches. We have used known strategies and continue to use known strategies that aren't solely dependant on interest rates are not solely dependent on what the market does or does not do. We are 100% about putting into place retirement plans that have a strong foundation. So whether it's a pandemic, whether it's a hurricane, a thunderstorm or hail the foundation of your retirement is going to stand solid. It's really about the plan Mark and not making emotional decisions. Yeah, I think that is fantastic. And if you'd like to learn Mauritz 809 479522 you think about a low interest rate environment Typically low interest means low inflation. High interest rates means Ah, hi inflationary period. The Fed is said we're going to keep the interest rates between zero and 00.25% probably threw 2023. But they have been talking about the inflationary rate that they want to start creeping that up a little bit. And I don't want thing that you do. Look, when you create those retirement plans for your clients of force and financial. You do have to factor in inflation. Have you really had to with this low inflation raider used you still talk about it? We absolutely want to talk about because we don't want to take inflation as something that isn't today, and maybe we'll never be. Inflation is a silent killer. You understand that It happens and you don't even realize it's happening. And you know, we average in. We're planning for about a 3% average inflation rate. You know growth, and so you think about that mark if I was to retire today, and let's just say my average expenses were $4000 and over the next 10 to 20 years. Here's what happens to that $4000 in 10 years. Now is about $6000. This is that adding any expense, not adding any what ifs. It simply is just taking my current lifestyle and living it out. Just like it is right now, in a scary thought, especially, you know if you're retiring at the age of, say, 65 you know the mortality tape tables are showing us now that retiring at 65 that you could live at least another 20. Plus years. What do you realize in 20 plus years? Your expenses that probability of them being double or very strong. Here's a stat for you. And I don't know why I don't have a better stat for you, Stephanie. But this kind of talks where you're saying the CP I Consumer Price Index, 1981 $100. Well in 2014. You needed $287 to buy the same thing that that 100 did back 24 years earlier. Yeah, yeah, that's good, and they're looking at that was interesting about that mark. That's about a 3.2% inflation rate. I mean, just don't look at that. Also consider like when you look at health care. Do you know that health care right now? The inflation on that is 5%. And so what are the chances that you're going to need? Some type of health care and retirement? Nothing? No, not much. Not much. Definitely because I'm in the 30%. That will never need any long term care. 70% of us will need it. I'm glad I'm in that 30% that won't Boy, I hope I never have to spoon feed you on that one. Don't we all don't we all and that is really crazy. You think about the cost of living adjustments, so security recipients this year, I think out of 1.3% bump and their social security. Probably most of that taken away by a bump in Medicare Part B. They had to pay for so you may not have come out ahead at all. But you think about that when they figure cost of living and the you know, the All that kind of thing is they don't factor in health care. They don't factor in Things that affect retirees..
"mauritz" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Might think. So when Victor and I began looking into school options, we were borderline amazed at the huge range of not only options out there, but the tuition costs out there. Hello, but not only that, but the various options in getting it paid for. It was very eye opening. And if you or, you know you're thinking about for your kids or for your grandkids. You're thinking about making a switch to something other than public school. There's a couple of tactics you can take that are really going to help you boil down the best needs for you. So in no particular order, here's what we're doing. Talking about various non public school choices. When you were talking about non public schools were talking about private schools were talking about parochial schools were talking about charter schools were talking about everything in between. Not all private schools or created equal tuition rates are going to very so much between anything talking. Maybe three grand a year. I've seen schools 20 Grand Year. My kids do not go. The 20 grand to your school. Thank you know, but they are. You know, it's a few grand a year for each of them. Alright, Mauritz Suspensive School doesn't necessarily mean a better school. Although it might mean a fancier building, You know more amenities. Maybe I'm not just gonna put it right out there possibly a snooty er student body. Okay, so and listening looking at this block again. I'm looking at the living Well, spending less blogged. We're pulling some great points from there today. Take the time to shop around.
How Did Arizona Cardinals Lose to San Francisco 49ers?
"Really rough one when you've got the Niners is your loss at home. What a rough lost. We had going into the weekend. Yeah, that's probably got to be the Cardinals worst loss in five years, And I don't think that that's hyperbole. I mean, you're you're facing not only a Niners team that's out of it. Niners team that's been living in your stadium for the last month because they can't play or practice up in northern California. So they've just been staying here, and I mean they were missing everybody. They were at the third string quarterback. They were like their fourth or fifth string center. I mean, so many guys missing. And the Cardinals put up 12 points and loose. Oh, How does that happen? I mean, that is show incredibly frustrating. Of course, I'm watching the fans and watching the you know the different sports guys that I follow on Twitter and they're all very frustrated with this. This has to be You know if you're Cliff Kingsbury, you're just thinking what in the world has happened? Well, yeah. I mean, we've been talking about for four hours this morning. We still haven't come to a consensus. How you how you not only get outplayed, but, like San Francisco just seemed more motivated and they seem like they had Mauritz steak, and you know, that's not the case. Sanders was mail for a few weeks. Cardinals have been in the playoffs and five years and they could have really done themselves a favor winning obviously on Saturday, now the way things worked out the good news for the Cardinals. Is, after all, that if they just win this Sunday, they still get in because they were playing the team that they're now chasing. So it's that whole Just win, baby. Just win. Yeah, except we tried that last weekend didn't work.
"mauritz" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Put that chapter behind him for their sake. And for your sake, 809 324082. So I've been getting all of these fabulous You know the texts and the emails and the Facebook feedback, even some linked and feedback. About stuff I posted regarding Christmas trees. I'm a Christmas tree aholic affects you, nado. Whatever you want to call it. I love Christmas trees. They're fun. They're beautiful. They don't trigger anybody. They're just marvelous. And when I put pictures of our Christmas trees up on Facebook Got some great feedback from people as specially since I am the ultimate cheapo that just uses the artificial trees. You guys, I had no idea how much People were having to spend on the real Christmas trees. This year. I am stuck back in 1995 when I first got married, and even then I thought Christmas trees were a little too pricey when they were like 25 bucks. 30 bucks. I'm a horrible real Christmas tree shopper. I was not. I was not a good person. And But now people are saying, Do you recommend going anywhere in particular to get the Christmas trees? Because right now, and I looked it up and average price anywhere in this country is topping out around 75 bucks for an average size, maybe a 5 ft tree. I was blowing me away. I could not believe it. So this first segment we're talking about Christmas trees. Now you already know courtesy of my social media. I again love the Christmas trees minor all fake. They're totally fake. I adore them. But instead of paying for these super pricey fake trees, which I'm hearing people are spending like 200 bucks. For a 6 ft. Regular sized Christmas tree, much less the big, tall ones for these glorious listeners out there who are showing me pictures of their three story living room with the Christmas tree to match It is majestic and on inspiring and just gorgeous, and God only knows how much they're spending for those trees when the regular sized ones are going up to 200 bucks for fakes. So long story short, we're talking trees in this one. Starting with my own. I've got three trees. Three Christmas trees in the house. One is in the living room. I love dressing up the living room just completely over the top. Everything is from goodwill. All the decorations. My fake point set is all of the guild. All of the wreaths and certainly the tree. Here's what we do in the living room. We have a big It's gotta be like a 9 ft tree. Okay, totally fake. Got it on Craigslist for 25 bucks. And this is when Katie was a baby. So this thing was 15 years ago when I bought it. It was probably 10 years old at the time when I bought it. So why now have a 25 year old rough estimate. 25 year old fake tree in my living room, and it's gorgeous. You gotta put the individual branches on there. You've got a little bit. You got a whole bunch of people out there, saying You got to get one of the new ones, and they are impressive where you basically hit a remote and this thing springs from a small box size up into a 10 ft tree. I'm exaggerating to realize. But there are now trees and I am dazzled and so impressed by these trees where they start off very, very flat, and all you have to do is lift it up. As you lifted to the height that you want. You can lock it in place at any particular height. And there it is. With lights even attached. It takes literally less than one minute. I think that is absolutely fabulous. But you know where I'm gonna have. The hiccup is the price on these things where they're topping out at 200. Bucks and Mauritz not gonna happen. So I'm sticking with my cheapo wonderful $25. And it started out it much more than that when it came out on the market some 25 years ago, but I spent 25 bucks for it. I bought it on Craigslist this you know, 9 ft tree that I have. And you've got little fake little plastic needles are coming off every year and vacuuming more and more, but it still looks very full, very beautiful. And after spending 25 bucks on this thing on Craigslist 15 years ago, I have. I mean, there's no amateur ization on this thing. It's basically costing me less than a buck a year at this point, and so you put it up every year. It's gorgeous. It costs next to nothing. I get great comments on it. You keep your lights somewhat in decent shape. There's still some tangles to take out of there. They're gonna last year after year. But even if you bought brand new ones, let's say you spend 10 bucks on lights, okay? The rest is all do not laugh because it looks absolutely gorgeous. Fake point set us. You know the big point set of flowers, okay? Goodwill ages ago. Had this sailing point set is it was after the holidays, and they just had just lined up across the entire floor. All of these points set of plans big ones, small ones. Whatever. I bought tons of them. It had to be for less than about 20 bucks. They were just giving them away. I would took dozens of these plants came home, took the flowers off the stems and through all of the flowers into a garbage bag. Put it in there with put the garbage bag They're in with the fake tree for the next year, son. No. Ever since then, I have this lovely 9 ft tree, which cost me less than a buck each year, considering I spent 25 bucks on it 15 years ago, maybe a little more than a buck each year. Okay, a little better than the 200. People are shelling out for fake trees in the 75 8100 for real trees, So I pull out my dollar a year. Fake 9 FT Christmas tree, which is luscious and gorgeous. Put our lights back on it and have it's just covered with red and white lights and red and white points set is pink and white points. That is white points. That is point set is with gold edging on him. It's covered with red and white lights and beautiful points. That is that I got for next to nothing. I do it every year. That tree Now, with everything I have on. It cost me about two bucks per year to put it together. Okay, So when you can say that you can put together a Christmas tree cheer for less than five bucks and it's really nice and it's fun, and it just hits every one of your happy Christmas buttons. That's what I'm talking about. Make that happen for yourself as well then. In the dining room, because too much is never enough when it comes to Christmas time, especially when you don't overspend on it..
"mauritz" Discussed on WTOP
"Could learn Mauritz, sponsored by Northwest Federal Credit Union 9 51 now and Joe Biden's campaign says it entered September with a $466 million load in the bank together with the Democratic Party, giving Biden the financial advantage of about $141 million over President Trump. This as the campaign heads into the intense final stretch the money edges a reversal from the spring. Over the past few days. The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been a huge motivator. Ginsberg's passing so close to the November 3rd election has energized the Democratic base significantly. According to the online fundraising organization ActBlue grassroots donors gave $91 million to Democratic candidates and causes in the 28 hours following the justices death on Friday that figure broke the all time ActBlue record for dollars raised in a day as well as dollars raised within an hour. Maria Garcia CBS News Republicans are preparing to release a report in a matter of days on their investigation focused on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. Now they're hoping that is going to bring fresh scrutiny on the Democratic nominee just weeks before the election. The controversial probe is spearheaded by senators Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley. And it's focused broadly on Obama era policy and Hunter Biden's were For Ukrainian gas company Barista Holdings. The GOP reports had to be released this week is expected to argue that Hunter Biden's work impacted Obama area Ukraine policy and created a conflict of interest. No evidence has indicated so far any criminal.
"mauritz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Are. We are the safe guys. Here we are the safe money. We are not the risk takers conservative. I guess. At the end of the day we're conservative. And then, of course we're conservative and then to top things off. More conservative. So one of the programs that I have been talking about Is a is it pays 3.35% guaranteed for five years, and that's as wonderful It's great compared to the nothing that you're getting out of the banks. So And that's a great program. Now the good news is I mean, that's good news. Guess what? There is better news, so because I continually shop around Look for programs gone another one. This one is currently And I do not expect this to last. I think that the company is currently out. They're bringing in new clients. So they are offering a good plan. They will bring in a boatload of new clients and then the good plan will go away. It's It's kind of like Sail. The mid summer sale. The fourth of July sail the Labor Day sale. We're going to put things on sale to get people in the door so they will come in and buy other stuff, and then the sale is going to be over, and I think that's exactly what this is. The program is paying 3.7%. For five years, 3.7% for five years. Pretty good deal. I mean, really, That is a really good deal, And I think the reason they're doing this is because they want to attract a lot of new clients. And then once they've attracted either the number of clients they want or the amount of money they want, they're going to turn off the spigot. So now this is not up to me. This is just my take on the reason behind the 3.7 because I mean, that is really good compared to 3.35 was really good, not a lot of companies offering over three. The banks are not paying it all. And these guys come out of the blue and offer 3.7 So I'm like there's a catch. And the catch. In my opinion, the catches let's let's open the it for a little while bringing his much business is possible as many new customers as possible and then we're going to shut it off. And this is not unusual. This happens from time to time seen it many times before, and that's what I think is going on right now. Well, that's fine. That's fine. So guess what. If you're listening to this show Then take advantage of the opportunity. It's here at the moment. It might be here next week. It might be here next month. I have no idea. I wish they would consult me when they go to change things, but they don't So Right now, we can get a five year plan guaranteed 3.7%. And if you if you want to learn, Mauritz, you want to figure out if this is gonna work for you..
"mauritz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of mobile of viewing for customers who are with for rising or with other carriers now that they've expanded this contract scott also seems that that they are uh that all of this force lakes and i really mean all of them i mean like not just baseball and basketball and football in hockey but lacrosse in the women's nhl and and and you know frano high lie there are the police force there are all looking to to make deals with someone other than the couple of big networks and that its whether it's going to be facebook or amazon prime or horizon they want to have not just have another bitter in the room but want to try to imagine distribution channels for the future sure and they've been very successful as you know people just love sports sugar roger goodell a new contract and herded him at all most most hated most hated donor in the leak operate in the in the in an allsports read something about that they're the arguments there amazing in serving it servings league really well apparently uh although i think he has some critics the gives go ahead go ahead please go ahead what so the the sense that you know we are every distributor of content needs an audience and they are guaranteed audience often is this group of people who follow us sport so so so passionately on they it's it's not something can tape and and and play later that has the same kind of value this is something live and that something people are willing to pay for an nfl knows that they have a lot of media companies or distribution companies wrapped round the finger yeah exactly right his horizons trying to build as you put down in your story building their own online video and an advertising business so they need content to so uh yeah know they needed didn't have stuff to offer people aren't going to be interested or advertisers won't be scott mauritz thank you say you'll scotland's fourth quarter on the corner i did just a block away butler fourteen wall imagine back all across the street the wonderful railroad now nearsighted scott marks a bloomberg news atochem reporter are always a pleasure have a relationship reasonable market a minority carol massar and i of course are.
"mauritz" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Oh ross everything we've we have we've lost their cause life which is never be the same the family of safi rousseau said the youngest person to be killed in the manchester arena bombing speaking to the bbc's judith mauritz when the official at the ceremony says you may now kissed the groom victor hugo prouder we'll have to choose which of the two men standing with him he'll kiss i manuel or alejandro the ceremony planned colombia in the coming months will celebrate the first legalised union of three men in the country and possibly the world journalists ability brzezinski is in the capital bogota and she's been telling the bbc's ben james more in colombia heterosexual couples often down legally get married say just form sort of legal unions and so this is this is sort of a take on that except that it's among three matt so it basically affords them inheritance rights and the right to decide about healthcare issues and that sort of thing it constitutes them as a family i dunno would they use is that three eta which is a spanish equivalent to an english term and threepole blunkett couple book with three exactly but tell us about how this group evolve because does this sound pasta this actually in the fourth member of the greek to that's right i i need handed over the years and manuel malysz were a couple and in fact in the year two thousand they became the first male gay couples to be really growing recognize their union.