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"moorhouse" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"That's for sure the exponential growth of snowflake with been seeing for me the tipping point of a number will transition to clamp moorhouse's this allows a transition to software as a service such as ours approach for cataloging whereas before a lot of companies were really restricting the excess to warehouse or they had on premise warehouse. Which could not allow such tool so it was pretty much about offering open source software that you could install machines or your private in sometimes public cloud but it was pretty restricted for me. This was the entry point the fact that now a lot of companies are totally fine with going on a club warehouse. Would it be rich shifts or big query Which also is driving innovation. Crazy is dbt. as you mentioned it. I will not dig into what it does because you presented really well for me. Why is it the mental piece of the recent evolution because it gives flexibility and autonomy to detail or bi analysts. It may seem like a simple thing to say but it drives a lot of energy and a lot of focus out of the data engineering teams in makes them able to tackle governance in documentation issues such as castaways trying to tackle through for me. Those were like the enablers. The recent neighbors so we also are enjoying the fact that moon san pioneered in an over. Gaffer tooling were developed in house and sometimes open source. They paved the way for roda understanding. Of what is dated catalogue. Pretty much the same airflow kind of led the way for. What is it that a floor. So this is the base. So no where we're going is pretty much interesting. We're trying to leverage the same way the lt leverage those may be five ten years ago when we five years ago. I'd say when we so do crew the the incredible growth from five trend or stitch. The two were buildings such as i said catalog or quality. We will have the standpoint of connection to those warehouses sources in bill a lot of interesting features of what we can infer what we can compute what additional information we can infer giving example..
"moorhouse" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Was Moorhouse Ire Ng than firing last month. Foxes. Lilian would details that just released jobs report live Dave. The economy did add jobs, but it was lukewarm number 50,000 fewer than expected. This comes after we lost jobs in December. Ah lot more than first reported the revision. 227,000 positions versus 140,000, The hard hit leisure and hospitality sector continues to bleed jobs last on Losing 61,000 and the unemployment rate for January fell sharply 6.7% to 6.3% about half of that, because some found work, But others had just stopped looking, Dave Well, and there will be a $15 minimum wage in that corner. Financial aid package got taken out in an all night vote. Marathon. Republican Senator Joni Ernst calls it devastating for hardest hit small businesses. Another amendment will prevent illegal immigrants from getting stimulus checks, all part of a budget resolution that passed after 5 a.m.. This was a bipartisan activity. In fact, the First Amendment Which will help the restaurant's was done by senators, cinema and wicker. Democratic leaders, Chuck Sure, but in the end, no GOP senator voted in favor of the resolution that sets up a process They can't filibuster. So Vice President Harris Castor first tie breaking vote this morning, and she may do that. In the final approval as well. In the House 11 Republicans joined Democrats voting to remove GOP Congress one Marjorie Taylor Greene from two committees. America You only know me by how media matters. CNN, MSNBC. And the rest of the mainstream media's portraying me. Telegram says she no longer believes the conspiracies in Cuban on theory she touted in the past before running for Congress. The number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S Senate record yesterday, topping 5000 for the first time, but a third vaccine could be coming. Johnson.
Tom Brady Gets Ready for 10th Super Bowl Appearance
"Positive. It's Super Bowl Week. The Patriots, however, are not playing. But of course, Tom Brady is perhaps you've heard his 10th Super Bowl he and drunk Rob Gronkowski or taking the Buccaneers. Two Super Bowl. 55 4 Tampa Bay. It's the first time they've been in the big game and 18 years, CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports from the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Something about their relationship clicks do that was great. That was perfect. That was just what I needed in Tampa. They have a weekly show Tommy and Gronke. I love to score. There's no such thing. Has more When I'm out at the campfire. I took us more girls. The kind of guy had come over for a cabaret here in that time, maybe for like a like a glass of nice. Tennessee Titans kicker Stephen Gostkowski is an ex Patriots teammate. What was the secret to their success on the field Just now about those guys work extremely hard. It did with the Bucks. Another Super Bowl for Brady and Graham Brady, of course, looking for Ring Number seven and Moorhouse history to be Aid at the Super Bowl with the first female ever to referee the big game
"moorhouse" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"moorhouse" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Every single Sunday, right here, answering your questions and talking about the things that truly matter in life. And the after life. And, uh, John chapter, 14. First six. Thomas. He's talking to me and he says, Lord We do not know where you are going. How do we know the way? In verse six. My reply. Is I am the way The truth. In the life. No one comes to the father but through me Did not say I am the way a truth. And the life This. Kind of idea. That you shouldn't offend. And that I think what happens is you Don't offend people. So you don't want to make an absolute truth. You don't want to say this is absolutely true. But let me tell you this. Every single statement of truth is exclusionary by its very nature. If you say one plus one equals two. That truth statement excludes one plus one, equaling three or four or eight or 10. If you say Hi. My name is Bob. You've excluded your name from being Karen or Sally or David or Chip. That's the way truth works. It is exclusionary, but that's purposeful, and that's good. There's become this attitude. That exclusion is bad. If you exclude anything, it's bad. It hurts feelings. It makes people feel bad. It makes them sad. That's okay. Because It's not about excluding people from a private club. It's not about trying to make yourself exclusive in a different way that you're better than someone Because that is not truth. It's about excluding it's about getting rid of the draws, excluding that, which is false. So that everyone learns people are only excluded. From a club like this if they refused to see where the door is. The truth of that door being where it is, is what gets them inside. It's not like there's a sign out, say besides saying that if you're this this, uh, race or your this color It's that the doors here And this is how you get in And in life. There are many of those types of doors that are exclusionary in appearance, but really are there to teach you to train you to understand truth. Truth is your friend. Truth is a wonderful partner to go through life. It helps you from justifying things with your partner when you're in an argument. Not just trying to justify and use rhetoric, but to learn, okay. Yes, You're right. I'm wrong here. I've made a mistake. Work through those things. People try and skew this and that everybody's writer. The truth doesn't matter in these types of things, and really, you've created a mess. You can't be accountable to torto sort of. You're accountable to the truth is something that's absolute. You know, even Moorhouse. Absolute truth is when someone tells you the truth is not absolute. Ask them if they're absolutely sure..
"moorhouse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"We're delighted you're with us. So Keith Right now It's an extraordinary time in real estate, in which mortgage interest rates are quite often available below 3%. We've all seen rates dip in the past, but they tend to go back up very quickly. But this under 3% rate has settled in So what does a low interest rate like that mean? Two people looking to buy a home in 2021. Most importantly, a rock bottom rates mean that a borrower's income can carry more mortgage than if rates were higher. And that means they may be able to buy a house or buying Moorhouse than they might think. However, low rates also mean that more borrowers qualify for loans. And that means increased competition for houses and already crowded sales markets. Absolutely so, Keith. Maybe we can crunch the numbers for a minute. Now if I qualify for an interest rate below 3% How much Moorhouse could I buy compared to a market in which interest rates were say 5%. Well, if we make some assumptions that your median household income of $68,703 You have no debts to make a minimum 3.5% down payment, which, of course means cost the PM I an interest rate of 2.65%. That's today's average conforming 30 year fixed rate from Freddie Mac. A borrower would qualify for $270,467 mortgage with their down payment would be a able to buy a home of about $288,567. And what about if interest rates were 5%?.
"moorhouse" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You could buy so much, Moorhouse. You can get your family in a better neighborhood. Now The loan mortgage team will get you pre approved for a loan better and faster than anybody, And they guarantee the lowest rates. If you're in your current house, and you love your current house, and you want to stay in your current house, called the one mortgage team and get refinanced, you could save hundreds of dollars of On thousands and thousands of dollars a year again. Interest rates are as low as they've ever been. The one mortgage team 6 to 3875 99, 41 mortgage dot com. Tell him Gato Century represents terrifying job by flying lineman. Take three. Today We're talking with Josh Kun SRP lineman. His job is to be dropped onto electrical transmission towers via helicopter and do maintenance. Josh is an absolutely terrifying job. Why do you do it? It's a very demanding job, but very rewarding. How much energy you actually working with up there. 500,000 volts of electricity. It's definitely not my line of work. There's anything shock you. Yeah. Distracted. Drivers terrifying. Just message is brought to you by the NBA and the station. This'll is voice to America, the global talk show where the world comes to talk. Here's your host, Tony for me? No, thanks So much for turning into this edition of Voice to America Radio program where you find out what the world thinks about you. The issues that are important to you. We hopscotch around the globe. Talk to regular people just like you and me and the hot zones. We hear their stories and then hopefully we can connect the dots. Happy New Year. This is our first program of the year. 2021. We're going to be busy today. We're following several developing stories at this hour. We're going to make stops in just our first hour into a Europe in into Israel and into Egypt..
"moorhouse" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Because with these rates people can afford Moorhouse makes sense at all. You know it all. Cycles around. I was kidding around on Twitter this morning. I couldn't believe how many people Answered it because, you know, they get these things on Twitter all the time that are You know they they're a pastime right there. Ah. Hobby there. You know there what we talked about when people look at their phone for no reason, because there's something there, right? That's what Tic Tac is. That's what Snapchat is. That's what I mean. There's always something on your phone. That Arguably more interesting than whatever else you're doing. So they somebody put out, you know, without saying your age. Who was your first quarterback that you rooted for growing up? What was the quarterback of your favorite team Growing up the first one? You can remember. Which quarterback was the first you can remember when you became an NFL fan? How did you know the whole point was without saying your age? So in typical stupid fashion, I did the opposite. I put down without telling me your quarterback. How old were you when you started watching football? And I just did it as a joke. But boy, everybody answered. And it turns out what we thought is true, right? You know, it's why the McDonald's model works. With a happy meal. Because Most of us I mean the vast majority of us Did not become an adult and then become a sports fan. Most of us Are answering in between 87 and 11. You know most of the answers or between seven and 11 as to when Your sports fandom began. Which brings me to some interesting topics. Um, interesting to me anyway. And you can chime in at 855 to 1 to four. CBS if you are so inclined in that regard Ah 855 to 124227. But I was thinking about gambling, which is certainly become a bigger deal. And you add fantasy to that. Which is Uh, I gotta know what you would call it soft core gambling. Gambling nonetheless, for a lot of people who put money in and then Root hard to win their league so that they can win the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow at the end of the season, so Uh, That's one of the things I was thinking about. I joined again watching chefs NBA last night. I'm not a regular season NBA guy if I wasn't Ah Filling in for Bill this week I would not have spent Probably any time last night watching. I wanna watch night before simply because it was opening night. I wanted to see The spectacle in Brooklyn and see Whether I thought they got down to business and whether they had any discipline and just how they played out the Nets. What about playing the game? So I probably would've watched that anyway. And a little of the Lakers Just cause they ceremony night and all and you got star players there. But interesting last night. You know there's some interesting stuff. Uh Luca, playing against Chris Paul and company and Phoenix one that Celtics with a nice win over the Bucks, So there was some good games. There were some Entertainment out there for sure. Last night. Miami losing to Orlando. So, Yeah, There was some stuff to watch and kick around. But let's face it Christmas Day tomorrow, you know, A lot of people will check out the MBA for the first time. Maybe not with the sound up. You know, it's in the background while you're milling about, but all of us have fewer guests, so You know it. Zey Like everything else. It's muted right? There's a There's AH cold tarp on top of The celebrations. Obviously, if you celebrate Christmas than tomorrow's your big day and You know, it's not as big as it would be, if all your family was where they normally would be, But for most of us, that's not the case. And Therefore, there might be even more TV watching tomorrow, then they're normally would be on Christmas Day, which is not a TV day, but we've learned that There's a just like on Thanksgiving. There's a background of football all day long. On Christmas, the MBA. Wisely, I guess because it's worked for them has decided there should be a background of NBA basketball. All day long and there will be so that opportunity will be there for anybody who cares tomorrow and you'll have an opportunity to see some of your favorite players, and that's a good thing. You know, and that's a good thing. So that'll be there. Plus, we have an NFL game tomorrow as well in the late afternoon and then we have three on Saturday. Had a big group on Sunday and they're all Except for two of them. Uh, In a position to implicate the playoffs, which is pretty amazing. Talked about this a little bit yesterday. That all but two of the games have some sort. Of playoff implications coming into this weekend. And Time and interesting. Dynamic and makes it obviously Much more fun. Couple of pieces of news. You saw that Haskins got fined. $40,000 lost his captaincy with Washington. I don't know that that's overly Appropriate, But it is something and this is the time of year you you know, you get away with a lot of things and people are busy with This year not.
"moorhouse" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Better way to manage your debit card. Contact them today to learn more and download this powerful new tool. Visit my n y c v dot com for a branch location near you Deter NAND Katie. Our news. Thank you. Dan are high today is expected to be about many degrees or so with mostly sunny skies the low tonight 50 to Tomorrow's high 72, then 73 for Wednesday. Your weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace the repair. Call Howard Air from the key to our business center. Time to get our first look at the numbers on Wall Street at the online trading Academy opening Bell and the Dow starts out the day. Up. Ah, little bit actually about what we were expecting. It's 100 95 points right now S and P is up 22 points and the NASDAQ is up 75. For more money news, visit the business Center at Katie Jr dot com. Key to our news time is 7 38. It's gay knows, and the stock market right now is volatile because of the Corona virus. Now that's bad for your 401 K. I get that, but it's also now easier for you to buy a house or refinance the house. You're currently living in interest rates or is low as they've ever been. It's time to call the one mortgage team 6 to 3875 99 40. If you've been on the fence about purchasing a house to it now, interest rates or is low as they've ever been just Think about it. You could buy so much, Moorhouse. You can get your family in a better neighborhood. Now The loan mortgage team will get you pre approved for a loan better and faster than anybody, And they guarantee.
"moorhouse" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Aah! Pick a horse dude. He and his wife, Lindsay, have been living in Russia, of course, and she's pregnant. And they said they're expecting a child who will have Russian citizenship. And he said, after years of separation from our parents, my wife and I have no desire to be separated from our son. That's why they're applying for jewel. US Russian citizenship, although He says he's going to raise his son with good American values. Well, this is a technical issue. Russia's granted him asylum if you were will, and up to now he couldn't get Russian citizenship because Russia follows the old rule. That you have to renounce citizenship to any other country. My parents when they became American citizens had to renounce their Brazilian citizenship. That's changed completely. Now. You can have dual citizenship. You gonna quadruple citizenship s O My niece. My niece has quadruple citizenship because she has figured out every connection she could possibly have. Good for he. Also, Edward Snowden said he looks forward to the day can return to the United States so his family can be reunited. Well when he gets arrested, Yeah, a worker details you know they will be reunited. Unfortunately, be it'll be through glass eyes is where they'll be able to talk to each other and a little handset. So how's that for a re union? What couldn't come back Moorhouse andl on the news late edition. Jennifer what's going on President Trump and Joe Biden will focus.
"moorhouse" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Not in the nearly 40 years, I've been in the business, Stephen, it's Ah Unprecedented for both borrowers and for industry analysts will have you know, it really is amazing. So Keith, let's talk about the difference between today's ultra low mortgage interest rates and the rates we saw just a few years ago. Consider someone applying for a mortgage. How much Moorhouse could they buy? If everything else is equal? At 2.9%. Compared to 3.9%. Well, all things being equal, a borrower could get about $20,000 more worth of purchasing power out of the same income in today's marketplace. That translates to about 8.8% more mortgage. On the same income that ratios and what have you that's incredible and the other direction someone could take if they didn't want to get a more expensive house, but if they wanted the same price house How much lower could their mortgage payment be? Well, if we look at the $250,000 loan about the difference between the principal and interest payment for a 30 year, fixed rate mortgage from 3.9% to 2.9%. It's almost $139 a month. So it's considerable. That's a lot of money mean that's what about 14 or $1500 a year. Yeah, right in your pocket. Absolutely So a really big question. Who qualifies for today's ultra low interest rates below 3%. I mean, do you have to be absolutely stellar in every part of your finances to get those rates well for the rock bottom interest rates, you do have to be among the best quality borrowers For most folks, that'll mean ah Fico score of 7 40 or above. The ability to fully document your income and your assets are typically 10% down arm or is going to.
"moorhouse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Much Moorhouse could they buy? If everything else is equal? At 2.9%. Compared to 3.9%. Well, all things being equal, a borrower could get about $20,000 more worth of purchasing power out of the same income. In today's marketplace. That translates to about 8.8% more mortgage on the same income that ratios and what have you that's incredible and the other direction someone could take if they didn't want to get a more expensive house, but if they wanted the same price house How much lower could their mortgage payment? Well, if we look at the $250,000 loan about the difference between the principal and interest payment for a 30 year, fixed rate mortgage from 3.9% to 2.9%. It's almost $139 a month. So it's considerable. That's a lot of money. That's what about 14 or $1500 a year, right in your pocket. Absolutely so a really big question. Who qualifies for today's ultra low interest rates below 3%. I mean, do you have to be absolutely stellar in every part of your finances to get those rates well for the rock bottom interest rates, you do have to be among the best quality borrowers for most folks, that'll mean ah, fight Go score of 7 40 or above. The ability to fully document your income and your assets are typically 10% down, or Mohr is going to be a good idea.
"moorhouse" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Be here, Stephen, We're delighted you're here. So, Keith, first of all, have you Ever seen a real estate market with mortgage interest rates this low, Not in the nearly 40 years, I've been in the business. Even it's unprecedented for both borrowers and for industry analysts will have, you know. It really is amazing. So Keith, let's talk about the difference between today's ultra low mortgage interest rates and the rates we saw just a few years ago. Consider someone applying for a mortgage. How much Moorhouse could they buy? If everything else is equal? At 2.9%. Compared to 3.9% all things being equal, a borrower could get about $20,000 more worth of purchasing power out of the same income. In today's marketplace. That translates to about 8.8% more mortgage on the same income that ratios and what have you that's incredible and the other direction someone could take if they didn't want to get a more expensive house, but if they wanted the same price house How much lower could their mortgage payment be? Well, if we look at the $250,000 loan about the difference between the principal and interest payment for a 30 year, fixed rate mortgage from 3.9% to 2.9%. It's almost $139 a month. So it's considerable. That's a lot of money. That's what about 14 or $1500 a year, right in your pocket. Absolutely so a really big question. Who qualifies for today's ultra low interest rates below 3%. I mean, do you have to be absolutely stellar in every part of your finances to get those rates well for the rock bottom interest rates, you do have to be among the best quality borrowers For most folks, that'll mean ah Fico score of 7 40 or above. The ability to fully document your income and your assets are typically 10% down, or Mohr is going to be a good idea.
"moorhouse" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"In the morning. The number one hit music station one of 75 days E L. No officer. The stereotype because it's true is that women tend to nag man Mohr than men nag women, But today we've been going over things that men are doing to him in the window the way that men nag women. And the things we should stop doing, Katie. What's the next thing? I hear some of the things and you guys have to explain this one to me? Because I don't necessarily understand it. But it is. Men need to stop nagging their wives about the yard work. Is it because they want Some sort of pat on the back for doing the artwork. It's difficult, you know, I think sometimes it's just like, Hey, just go. Ah, they take for granted that you move the artist of the week. You know, it's always something always something. I think that women expect Mento help out some in the house, but men like you Women are not helping outside, agree, Stan because I have been going through our neighborhood lately, and every time I see the wife out doing something, whether it's raking, I make sure Carol knows Christie. That and street another mulching the R. C. She's she's going. Oh, gee, she's raking over that. I point it out every time I take photos, this's Tammy, your friend that you go running with their she is planning flowers. If a woman is going to go and do the yard work, this is at least how it is for me. I want to trade off then go scrub toilet. Because I don't wanna have to do everything inside. And outside. So if there's a trait like maybe if my husband let's just say in your case, Jason, you tell Carol to go mulch the yard. She goes into the or she chooses to do that. And then you handle the laundry. There's gonna trade on do the laundry. Yeah, I could do mine. No. You know what time I thought I was helping him. So I know what I'm going to help with the laundry. I took all my clothes out in the wash all mine and put him away And she's like you couldn't do mine. I'm like, you know, I'm never helping you again, Movable because it is the equivalent of wearing it now, you know, it's the equivalent of I clean my dish, right? Right. I clean my side of the bathroom. But I made my side of the bed lately. Pull you into the one thing I would have say, as for women if we are helping in some way or fashion, and we should be with the dishwasher or whatever you are with the laundry. Don't go back and then correct everything after we do it like, hey, like awful Kelly stuff And she won't make a big job. But I see you go back unfold. It unfolded the way she likes what? I just do all that used to it. I do hate that. I've had people re load the dishwasher. Yeah, husband, So he loads everything totally opposite. It's that way for a lot of things. But he loads it in a very different way because he's doing it. I don't know backward too. And so he will unload or rearrange after I've loaded and I think, don't you exactly. Arul is doing Moorhouse work because the pan Democratic cut down on Getting any survivors whose servants help let go. Some servants a lot of help God, so she has taken the role on It's very difficult to Holden. That's not as good as I go by. I'm like, Have you seen the dust on the side of these railings? I'm not sure if there has been there for three weeks or not, but I'll get it if you want to just point out like.
"moorhouse" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"100 that seat for 4305 78 100. This is Jared Dillingham show. No, I'm I'm a Wall Street jackass. I don't really look like a Wall Street jackass anymore. But once if you've ever been a traitor You can't get it out your blood. It's that's who you are forever. It's kind of like being marine, I guess. Um But you know the one thing that Wall Street guys have in common. Is that they're too smart, and they make things too hard. And they're impossible to understand he didn't buy. No, it's you. Probably if you've ever talked to somebody who's a finance professional, even if you have a financial adviser. Ah, lot of financial advisors are guilty of this too. You walk into their office. You're doing your yearly portfolio review and they pull up your portfolio on the screen and they start talking about it. And you have no idea. What the hell they're talking about. It is a foreign language and there is like very few people in the industry have the ability to simplify things. To make it so people can understand. And I'm guilty of that, too. You know, I get on the radio and I start talking about like Ford started variant swaps and stuff like that, and, you know I really shouldn't do that. But Here's the thing. Interest rates are low. And as we're seeing right now, with the housing market, people have no fear of debt when interest rates are low. We have zero fear of debt. Like my brother is looking to buy a house. He's looking to buy a $700,000 house, okay? And I ran some numbers with him. I pulled up the mortgage spreadsheet and I ran some numbers with him. And I said, Okay, you know if you put down $200,000 and you borrow $500,000 You can have a $2000 payment. It's like $2060. $2060. That's your monthly payment, And he says, Gosh, he's like that's pretty small, right? Then I said, Okay, Well, if you want to get in $100,000 house, and you put down $200,000, and you have a $600,000 mortgage. Your payment is $2500 a month and he's like, Yeah. I could make that work. So immediately. We went from talking about a $700,000 house to an $800,000 house because interest rates are lower. The payment is lower and he can afford Moorhouse. You know, which brings up the question is just because you can afford Moorhouse. Does that mean you should buy Moorhouse and the answer is no. But this is what a lot of people are doing right now, with interest rates below 3% and going lower Does. The Fed is buying the entire mortgage market. With interest rates below 3%. People can afford a bigger and bigger house, and that's what they're buying. It's incredible, so people have no fear of debt. When interest rates are low. They have zero fear of debt, and you should always have a healthy fear and skepticism of debt. You should always have a healthy fear of death. People spend a lot of time thinking about the interest rate. When they should instead be thinking about the number of dollars they spend in interest. Let me say that again. Instead of the they think about the interest rate. They should be thinking about the dollars. They spend an interest, okay? Mortgage rates air below 3% Even at below 3%. You could end up paying a lot in interest. Let's take a 3% mortgage. $300,000 mortgage at 3%. You're going to pay 151,000 in interest over the life of the long, so you're going to basically buy a house and a half Hey, and that's assuming you don't make any pre payments, but you're basically going to be buying a house and a half That's a lot of money. $151,000 in interest is a lot of money, even with interest rates at 3%. And my guess is that you could find a more productive use for that money rather than contributing to the profitability of the bank. People pay a lot of money in interest. The average person has $11,000 in credit card debt. That means the average person per year Hayes about $2000 in interest. If the average person makes about $50,000 a year, that means that the average person is paying about 4% of their income in credit card interest. Throw in car loan interest and mortgage interest, and the average consumer pays 10 to 20% off their income in interest. Dollars. So my question is, Does anybody get any benefit out of paying all that interest? Is a fun is an enjoyable e. I mean, what could you do with that money? My guess is that people would rather spend that money on something else. Clothes, food, a vacation, whatever. Ideally, people would save that money. But I have no problem with people spending it as long as they aren't paying it to the bank. Interest is unproductive. Interest is unproductive, and I tried to pay as little of his possible. In fact, I pay none. I pay no interest. And that frees up cash flow to buy other stuff. I'm getting a package from John Varvatos tomorrow with three T shirts made possible through the money that I saved by not paying interest. In fact, the key to personal finance isn't doing pointless Austerity, like leaving your thermostat 86 in the summer and giving up going to the movies. It's just math if you borrow $100,000 less on your mortgage. You pay $60,000 less in interest. My best advice to people. Is to not be good customers of the bank, A good customer of the bank borrows is much money as they can pays every dollar of interest and makes every.
California wildfires kill at least 5, force thousands to evacuate
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"moorhouse" Discussed on WTOP
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