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"mr monger" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"mr monger" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Quarterback radio program for your free economic plan eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh Josh Chillin ski the financial quarterback in yesterday was special my wife made these little hearts for kids and with you know we have six kids six beautiful children in she made them each a secret Valentine so each kid had to pick on different valentines and Josh in Maryland were each other's Valentine's I don't know if that was strategic or not because you know sometimes the ones closest in age you know have little squabbles but when somebody else had Moses the little two year old and someone had the had baby ability and baby Billy had a Valentine and Moses had a downtime and she traced the hands baby Billy and Moses for their secret Valentine's so it was kind of cute my wife should run some like you know inexpensive gift ideas she's very good at coming up with cute ideas that make a memorable impression on children so folks and we're gonna go to the phone when we got next Max go ahead you're on with Josh chiller into the financial quarterback yeah how you doing backs I printed out to schedule a from the government's website and it shows and I subtract ten percent from my medical expenses but I've heard something the half percent on both TV and radio which is correct well one look into that I think seven half percent was my there's a ten percent medical AGI threshold which is the new threshold eight used to be seven and a half at a used to be to I was seven and five to look into this but topic five oh two according to the website deductions dot tax the medical so what happened is historically the break was any medical expenses exceeded seven and a half percent of the taxpayers AGI which is your total gross income minus your specific deductions but for the twenty nineteen tax year filed April twenty twenty for most of us the threshold is going to ten percent so and apparently the ten percent is accurate if you want to know the the real skinny it's topic five oh to one the IRS website known to be clear it's running on the iris website it says seven hampers and as well so that's I think words a bit on so I'm on IRS IRS tax topic five votes to medical and dental expenses so that's pretty interesting but I think I think with the new tax law change it to ten but for some reason the iris website isn't deducted and that's one of the reasons I tell people get a CPA get a get somebody who does taxes as their specialty you don't want to do it alone in retirement planning we get people all the time call me up that they they're in a pickle with the IRS and I'm not a tax attorney nor mine account noro nine claiming to be an accountant and they want to go along with turbo tax and then they wonder why they have problems with the IRS well I think it's worth the extra couple hundred Bucks to hire professional that's my my my financial tip of the day is hire a true accountant and they're they're perfect but it means you know they can usually get you out of a pickle gnome I'm looking at publication five oh two right now which is what or the various thresholds and what you can deduct so five oh two it's funny five oh two says seven and a half percent to so I don't know why publication to prepare for the twenty nineteen says so there's websites is seven and a half I I've I've seen that ten percent number pop up I don't know if I don't but according to publication five oh two for twenty nineteen and seven half percent but I've heard the ten percent as well so my recommendation get a CPA and folks if you schedule and keep your no obligation review we've had a couple generous CPA's off would offer a free evaluation when you schedule and keep your financial review with us so give us a call eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh eight eight eight nine today Josh and over an additional question go ahead when I was is starting to fill up my Jersey tax return this year I took to the minimum required to from my IRA and basically it says that I have to take my present work but my IRA and subtract all my contributions to it to come up with the interest and and pro rate the interest the a to figure out what percentage of the at the distribution is taxable and I went to the custodian on my the IRA and they say they don't keep records of wood but the contributions made from previous custodians and some of those because thirteen throughout the business will what can you do about that the radical you were supposed to keep track of them all I did well you know it's a problem now you can attempt to you know work with a CPA to reconstruct it so if if you maxed out the IRA contribution you know you look up the maximum if you maxed out every year for twenty years and the threshold was two thousand dollars in the nineties will all you could probably I give your best efforts at it but it sounds like you could benefit from Fuhrman's you know a meeting with the CPA and a financial adviser as well who specializes in retirement plan so we can give you the two for one special meeting with the CPA and meeting with a financial adviser we're gonna be talking today about Indiana Jones and the seventy two T. idle we're also gonna be talking about spousal protection company retirement plans and a qualified charitable distribution and Roth IRA so it seems like you could use some help and then if we have any CPA's listening who know the resolution of the seven and a half and the ten percent I give us a call and we've had we've a ton of CPA's rules in the show and many who who said Hey I'll even give your people free consul so give us a call eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh if you want the free console the two for one special a free review with a tax professional end of free review with the financial quarterback team okay any other questions on that Max okay next up Gordon go Gordon yes Josh good morning is I have a question is specifically for Mister mind or do you still available Mr mongers off but I can I can take a stab at it yeah and India and China are decaying most populous countries in the world and there happened to be next door neighbor in Asia and I was wondering if you have any thoughts about the how the long term economic prospects for each country compare how the economic prospects okay he compares to each other you know what was going to get better do you think in in the in the in the near term China in the long term India because China restricts other the replication of its own citizens the reason why China will eventually be doing this it's one now to child policy so they're killing off their own through abortion another means so I I think China and as long as they restrict the liberty of their citizens but you know they just have so many people now it might take fifty to a hundred years for their population to have the dent and indeed it keeps growing so demography there's the phrase demography is destiny and typically if you think of the U. S. baby boom those civilizations which embraced children and embrace typically having lots of children usually those economies I do better now you know there are you for not economists who would say well you know as a society advances that they have less children like that of the U. S. as in a one point two child children per but even our demographics are problem how are we going to provide for all of those on social security how are we going to provide all of the benefits we've already promised as a nation I know about you but I'm concerned about the rising debt that has not been addressed yet I'm so concerned about where the US is headed and what that means for your I raise your four one K. is your retirement plans if you're concerned to.

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"mr monger" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"mr monger" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Financial quarterback and yesterday was special my wife made these little hearts for kids are if you know we have six kids six beautiful children and she made them each a secret Valentine so each kid had to pick different valentines and Josh in Maryland where each other's Valentine's I don't know if that was strategic or not because you know sometimes the ones closest in age you know have a little squabbles but one somebody else had Moses the little two year old and someone had the had baby ability and baby Billy had a Valentine and Moses had a down time and she traced the hands baby ability and Moses are for their secret Valentine's so it's kinda cute my wife should run some like you know inexpensive gift ideas she's very good at coming up with cute ideas that make a memorable impression on children so folks now we're gonna go to the phone it's at eight hundred three two one zero seven ten eight hundred three two one zero seven ten who we got next Max go ahead you're on with Josh Chillin ski the financial quarterback yeah how you doing backs I printed out to schedule a from the government's website and it shows and I subtract ten percent from my medical expenses but I've heard suddenly hit percent on both TV and radio which is correct well a long look into that I think seven half percent was my there's a ten percent medical AGI threshold which is the new threshold eight used to be seven and a half yeah it used to be to I was seven and five to look into this but topic five oh two according to the website deductions dot tax the medical so what happened is historically the break was any medical expenses exceeded seven and a half percent of the taxpayers AGI which is your total gross income minus your specific deductions but for the twenty nineteen tax year filed April twenty twenty for most of us the threshold is going to ten percent so apparently the ten percent is accurate if you want to know the the real skinny it's topic five oh two on the IRS website now to be clear it's funny on the iris website it says seven hampers and as well so that's I think words a bit on so I'm on IRS IRS tax topic five votes to medical and dental expenses that's pretty interesting but I think I think with the new tax law change it to ten but for some reason the iris website isn't deducted that's one of the reasons I tell people get a CPA get a get somebody who does taxes as their specialty you don't want to do it alone in retirement planning when you get people all the time call me up that they they're in a pickle with the IRS and I'm not a tax attorney nor mine account noro nine claiming to be an accountant and they want to go it alone with turbo tax and then they wonder why they have problems with the IRS well I think it's worth the extra couple hundred Bucks to hire professional that's my my my financial tip of the day is hire a true accountant and they're they're perfect but it means you know they can usually get you out of a pickle now I'm I'm looking and publication five oh two right now which is what or the various thresholds and what you can the dock so five oh two it's funny five oh two says seven a half percent to so I don't know why publication to prepare for the twenty nineteen says so there's websites a seven and a half I I've I've seen that ten percent number pop up I don't know if I don't but according to publication five oh two for twenty nineteen and seven half percent but I've heard the ten percent as well so my recommendation get a CPA and folks if you schedule and keep your no obligation review we've had a couple generous CPA's to offer would offer a free evaluation when you schedule and keep your financial review with us so give us a call eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh eight eight eight nine today Josh and will be an additional question go ahead yeah I when I was starting to fill up my Jersey tax return this year I took to the minimum required to from my IRA and basically it says that I have to take my present work the my IRA and subtract all my contributions to it to come up with the interests and and pro rate the interest the a to figure out what percentage of the at the distribution is taxable and I went to the custodian on my the IRA and they say they don't keep records of wood but the contributions made from previous custodians and some of those because thirteen throughout the business Lou what can you do about that theoretically you were supposed to keep track of that all I did well yeah that's a problem now you can attempt to you know work with a CPA to reconstruct it so if if you maxed out the IRA contribution you know you look up the maximum if you maxed out every year for twenty years and the threshold was two thousand dollars in the nineties will all you could probably I give your best efforts at it but it sounds like you could benefit from Fuhrman's you know the meeting with the CPA and a financial adviser as well who specializes in retirement plan so we can give you the two for one special meeting with the CPA and meeting with a financial adviser we're gonna be talking today about Indiana Jones and the seventy two T. idle we're also gonna be talking about spousal protection company retirement plans and a qualified charitable distributions and Roth IRA so it seems like you could use some help and then if we have any CPA's listening who know the resolution of the seven and a half and the ten percent give us a call I know we've had we've a ton of CPA's rules in the show and many who who said Hey I'll even give your people free consul so give us a call eight eight eight nine eight Josh if you want the free consul to two for one special a free review with a tax professional end of free review with the financial quarterback team okay any other questions on that Max okay next up Gordon go Gordon yes Josh good morning is I have a question is specifically for a Mister mind or do you still available Mr monger is off but I can I can take a stab at it in an engineer and China are the two most populous countries in the world and they're also happened to be next door neighbor in Asia and I was wondering if you have any thoughts about the how the long term economic prospects for each country compare how the economic prospects and he compares to each other yeah we're going to get better do you think in the new in the near term China in the long term India because China restrictions on the the replication of its own citizens the reason why China will eventually be doing this it's one now to child policy so they're killing off their own through abortion another means so I I I think China and as long as they are restrict the liberty of their citizens but you know they just have so many people now it might take fifty to a hundred years for their population to have a dent and indeed it keeps growing so demography there's the phrase demography is destiny and typically if you think of the U. S. baby boom those civilizations which embraced children and embrace typically having lots of children usually those economies I do better now you know there are you for not economists who would say well you know as a society advances they they have less children like that of the US as you know one point two child children per but even our demographics are problem how are we going to provide for all of those on social security how are we going to provide all of the benefits we've already promised as the nation about you but I'm concerned about the rising debt that has not been addressed yet I'm so concerned about where the US is headed and what that means for your I raise your four one K. is your retirement plans if you're concerned to.

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"mr monger" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr monger" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"They've got money. Why do they need to work well. It's nice to be able to pal around with warren buffett jump on his plane. I don't think they do it anymore. But fly down to augusta and play golf take him on the phone during your bridge game at the club and all i had to take this call it's from warren buffett and so they've stuck around but these were good managers. When they sold the businesses they stayed on as good managers and the question was have they developed their own benches inside of those those companies and and i'm satisfied with what i've seen in all kinds of the digging that we've done that they really have thought long and hard within each of those myriad operating subs about succession planning ashida as you know now heads the insurance operations rations greg able runs the balance of the operating businesses. There's a question as to a sheets succession. We've heard mr buffet for years. In years. Talk about how important he is to berkshire and there's no doubt he's that important to the national indemnity piece of the business but my understanding is his ability to price businesses is like no other in my presumption would be that they've developed a bench underneath as sheet as you know he spends a lot of time on the phone with mr buff and they talk about deals and warren talks about him being that much more brilliant than anybody's encountered if any happens to zt and there's no bench underneath them does that imply them. Some portion of the business of they've written needs to being run off and that we can't write that type of business some of these odd one policy they've written. I don't know that's a question. That probably should have been asked at the meeting this year. I think deserves an answer at some point in the near future. <hes> i think mr buffet at eighty eight and mr monger at ninety five is brilliant as they both are. I applaud them for bringing greg able and gedin this year to answer some of the questions..

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"mr monger" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mr monger" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"I was out last night. I was sleeping by nine thirty. I think it's a cherry coke. I don't know. It's it is pretty amazing that he's still kicking at his age. And he wrote another piece about him how he's been designing dormitories of the colleges that he gives money to. It's it's crazy. But obviously, it seems like a lot of people out there have their minds made up about these guys, and I can see I can see both sides of the equation. But I don't see taking a hardline stance. Either away with these guys I think some of the stuff that he was okay. And some of the stuff they do is maybe not so great. And it is what it is in that same article. Maybe it was there was a few articles about him. I can't remember when this comes from. But he said part of the reason I've been a little more successful than most people is I'm good at destroying my own best love with ideas. I knew. Early in life. That would be a useful knack. And I've honed it all these years. So I'm pleased when I can destroy an idea that I've worked very hard on over a long period of time. And I'm thinking man, this sounds like such hollow Biaz, no offense, Mr. monger. But and I wrote about this recent. And that's people love saying this like it's one of the mental models. I guess like destroy your best ideas. But who actually does it and then later in the article he actually made without knowing it because he was talking about how he thought that laying out the room. This way was always the right way to do it. And he's like that doesn't work. I was so stupid for thinking that you want you want to know why it sounds so bad and life hacky is because so many people have taken their soundbites that they've done and turn it into a fortune, cookie advice social media, just it's lost. All meaning. So let me ask you a question. Have you ever destroyed? One of your best ideas. Boy, the only idea that I destroyed recently. I'll let you think about that is is a think town bagel was crap. But I had it recently. And it was a good big. Okay. Here's here's an like that. But that's that's so trivial speak sticking with this topic. Here's an idea of mine, you can destroy. I say bagels overrated. I'm not even gonna go there. Okay. New York people over eight bagels. No, they don't you've never had a good bagel. Okay. A bagel is a poor man's Donut. Doughnuts. A great. Yes. Okay. We can agree. I I've never had a bagel before. And felt like oh my God. This is amazing. Every time. I have a Donut. I think. Yeah. This is pretty mar next time. You come to New York your.

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"mr monger" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"mr monger" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"And see what's going on with our really coming up to works and making sure that the legislature can still do what innings to do kevin becker again is over government program manager was california common cause a proponent of prout fifty four sina video of poses a he's a democratic political consultant and as part of a group called the california's for ineffective legislature question for use stigma vaguely all from a listener name bennett kind of a practical question away aces why can't they hadn't expiration date so we contests this rule for ten years into this cumbersome we simply would not renew it that's an excellent question in fact this was the first year that proponents of initiatives were asked to come to the legislature and that explained their an issue live and see if the legislature can fix end of case of mistakes in language and so forth are make it better in a fact that's what happened with mr mongering he came to the legislature and the democrats in the assembly and the senate said ok you basically agree with your concepts year we grieves all the taping way agree with a archive ring but there's some things wrong with this unless make it better and they proposing alternatives bills that were ready to be pass nothing action to pass assignment but mr mugger were not agree to any changes and that's the reason why it's on the ballot has as your previous carr noted this is something this average citizen is not going to have a clue about and that's why shouldn't be on the ballot i mr mongering had a peya lemon dollars and ten cents per signature to get this on the ballot the highest by far because people don't get it don't understand it and know it's not necessary poll by human division of all the initiatives on the ballot ask voters which once they care about the most this was dead last by a mile you know this is something that could've been should be resolve by the legislature it shouldn't go on the ballot and it's unfortunate that mr mugger just because he has billions of dollars is pushing for me get your response the stigma video to a pro listener and then although too making in his response.

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