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The Adult Toys From Dodge

Talking Mopars

06:03 min | 8 months ago

The Adult Toys From Dodge

"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Cars on payment plans or by the dream house right off or buy something if they can't pay for it in cash we recognize most of our select families have very little or no doubt at all the usually no house payments no car payments no credit card payments and everything that they pay for is if they make sure they have the cash for the money in the bank to cover it must begin a real attractive interest rate but they really make smart decisions when it comes to their money and they're able to live on less than they made and they make sure that they're paying themselves first if they're putting money aside for that day retirement when it comes that they're gonna be able to enjoy and have the same lifestyle and retirement they had during their working years where to talk more about the how to do that today here on the show but this Labor Day weekend see we recognize you worked hard and that you deserve this four day weekend but you also deserve to have that stress free retirement to enjoy those years and enjoy everything that you sacrifice for so today on the show we're gonna open up that second opinion service for the first seven callers this weekend if you'd like to find out from Brian and his team what you're currently doing is it helping you actually get to that retirement goal based on what you're currently doing with your investments they're gonna suggest some ways they can help you or at least refer you to someone if you're not a good fit for each other but either way you're gonna get that personalize analysis of where you stand for retirement in your current situation and you can do that easily with us this weekend here at nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen and when you're one of our first seven callers today if you save seven hundred fifty thousand dollars or more for your retirement years in a way that normal fee of nine hundred ninety five dollars for this service just give us a quick call this weekend phone number again is nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen the brain when you're not working hard or playing.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Payment is going to be is so fearful, and that's why we know that if you're renting then you need to at least have a conversation with Shelly Farris here with results mortgage, and let her at least give you an eyeball. On your report. So that you at least know. Yeah. I mean, if you're okay with renting, and that's not bothering you. Or you think that your your upwardly mobile, and you're gonna probably be relocating sometime soon. Have a conversation with her about what an arm looks like which is an adjustable rate mortgage that might be the right fit for you. But nevertheless, if you're renting were playing with you here to have a conversation with her. So at least you're educated about it. And you know, what you're what you're dealing with. So that you can make some good choices for yourself and your family, right? Exactly. Don't just sit and wonder and wait, and whoa, don't be an ostrich. Don't that head in the sand. Let's get out there. Let's raise your hand raise your head that you that you need some help. We're here to do that. That's what we're here for. And sometimes it might have been the maybe you have some bad news in your life. And so you get so accustomed to that like, I know that you hear stories about how people just get so fearful of like ever checking the mail because it's only bills and junk, so they don't even look anymore. And then you miss out on something. Good credit is kind of the same thing. Yeah. Where you got some bad news or somebody told, you know on something. So you just get so gun shy that you stop looking. Well, listen, we see at all. I mean, both on the mortgage side. And also on the real estate side. You know, I know people who. Who haven't paid their taxes for years? Okay. So let's talk about that. Right. And you see that on the credit reporter, I if they even have the courage to come and talk to you about it because that is a that is one of the biggest fearful am I going to jail. What are they gonna do to me? What are they going to you know, when are they gonna find me they're gonna look for you? So tell tell folks how if they are in that situation. What can you help them with I'm helping one of our listeners through that very situation right now as a matter of fact, and so I had got a call from a gallon. She is currently working with the IRS she's behind several years in our tax returns. So she's working with the IRS to come up with a payment plan working with a company that does that for her once that payment plan is in place, regardless of their settled or not at that point. You you've got your payment plan you've made your payments for three months now, it's time for us to sit down because guess what your mortgage ready? It's not that you have to have that debt paid off. It's not that you've had. Have habit paid for twelve months. There are mortgage programs available that once we see the plan. So you're you're rectifying it. And then we see that you're in progress rate. It's not just that she got the plan. And okay, let's go buy a house. We want to see that you've done it for a couple of months. But then you're ready. We'll use that debt against you. But then you're ready to buy. Wow, three months, three months. And that's a pretty substantial thing to have to go through the fear factor of when people are behind on their taxes is astronomical. It's almost paralyzing it is. So if that's you or if it's somebody that, you know, please reach out to us about that. So let's talk a little bit. Now about those folks that watched their family or their parents go through the short sale and foreclosure epidemic. And now they're so afraid of going there that they don't have any credit at all, right? Okay. Let's talk to those folks. Okay. So there it is a misnomer to say that you have to have part of me you have to have credit. Okay. Part of it. You have to have credit to buy a house. That's not true. Okay. So you can both conventional and FHA buy a home with no credit score. Should I say that again because that's an amazing fact so and I know this because I'm closing a gal on Tuesday conventional loan. She's buying the condo that she's renting from. They have no credit score. They have credit, but not anything that's reporting to the credit bureau. So I was able to build credit from some of the trade lines that she has created via cable Bill or association fee or car insurance or cell phone Bill, and we put that together to show an underwriter, look, they know how to make payments. Let's give them alone. Okay. So how long of a process was that from the time that they contacted you because that's not just your slam dunk alone. You gotta go through and kind of stitch that absolutely right. And I worked for a company. Luckily that has programs that that cater to that type of client. And so they're not everybody is in town guys. So if you call someone and they tell, you know, call me, okay, don't call that person anymore. All right. So so so there's so much that we can do for you. But nothing until you raise your hand and tell us so this particular client has equity in the property she's getting a gift of equity. It's a property that's owned by her parents. So she's got twenty percent equity that she can put in. So we have no mortgage insurance. You know, decent fixed interest rates closing costs were rolled in. There's a lot of people out there that have situations that we can help them. Shelly not only can they get these this kind of additional information that they contact you you as some other incentives that are going on right now. I do. Yes. We have some great specials for the month of November. Thanks for reminding me. So as always we have our second, look, so if you've been to someone else, and this some of this stuff sounds good to you or gosh, they didn't talk about that or wonder if these other programs that I qualify foreign you want someone to take a peek and see if you're getting the best deal, or if maybe there's something more that we can get you about the process or. Or maybe even pre-approved you ourselves perhaps for more. Give us a call. We in. We'll set that application up, and we'll give you one hundred dollars just for sitting down all you've card. So it's the second look hundred bucks the other special that we have for the month of November right now is we're gonna wave nine hundred ninety five dollars for any veterans. They come through. If you come in. We get pre-approved you and you get a purchase agreement consummated through the month of November. Here we will wave nine hundred ninety five dollars in fees for the veteran. Exactly. Right. Veterans for Veterans Day acknowledged, but basically veterans for the credit report review, you're getting paid one hundred dollars an hour. Come and hang out with somebody who's delightful. Anyway, she's got candy on her. I've seen it. It's a good thing. Yeah. Only the kind. I don't like it. No yourself. But I think that that is a good analogy. Like having the things, you know, how to manage your snack intake will say that. But that's the same thing that people have to sometimes do and learn to do with their credit rating even checking is going. How can I make this something that I am capable of processing and being healthy amount? And to your point Mimi about these folks who have watched their parents go through short sale and for closure. That's that's rough emotional strife, that's raw stuff. So I understand that. That's why like to meet in person face to face with most of my clients because I can see I can look in their eyes. And see, oh, you didn't understand that. When we just went through it we go through it again. But we also talk about their fears. And we talk about how your knowledge building reduces your fears. That's what you need you need all the knowledge that you can gain about it to make you feel comfortable about it. So you don't have to be scared about what's going to happen tomorrow. You know, what's going to happen tomorrow? Well, let's talk about. The consumer out there that is looking for property they've gone through this with you. And if this is you, and you're and you're hearing this, and this is resonating call us with your questions about this. Because I think that this is is pretty common where people get they meet with Shelley. They find out what their ranges or what they're qualified for. And then they go out in their shopping in their list is let's just say they're not saying what they want based on what they're approved for and so that becomes problematic because when somebody tells me a certain dollar number as your realtor, and I know where in town that that property is going to be almost always. Okay. So because there are pockets of of areas in town that are more affordable than others. Can we agree to that? And so if you tell me that you need to be someplace for two hundred thousand I'm gonna I'm gonna show you where those are. And if you want it to be two hundred thousand in minute Tonka, I'm sorry. The answer is they don't exist. Right. Okay. So we do need to talk with our consumers about what can you? You know, we always end up getting with the I want to be in a good neighbourhood. I want to be in a good school district. I want a tree lined street where butterflies go down at and dollars, man. And so we do the best that we can to make sure that you're getting the most things, but we need to talk about wants versus desires or wants versus needs. Yes needs. And so at that point, then we come to a conclusion that we have to make some compromises oftentimes. Okay. What is that? Look like can you deal with getting a fixer upper house? Maybe you need to talk with Shelly about a two. Oh, three K loan. She does a two or three K loan is basically a fixer upper loan, right? Yes. It's a rehab loan. So. Yes. Yeah. Sorry, the rehab loan. And so when you get a two or three K loan you're able to roll some of those fixes right back into the loan. And may I say that you really do need to work with an expert in that program. That's not somebody. That says, you know, Scott it on their website and says, yeah, I can do to three ks. But when you talk to them, they haven't done one. Maybe they've done one, right? Because you have to help us qualify for two things simultaneously, right? Okay. Yes. Yes. There's lots to that loan. Lots of moving parts. I always say, I'm the engineer. Everybody reports to me, and I'll why we close of those at my office. And so when we come back, we're going to talk a little bit more with the credit Contessa, sell Shelly Farris with results mortgage and answer your questions, hopefully about what you're concerned about with credit and that number is six five one six four one one zero seven.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You can listen to NPR threes. You listen to gosh, apple music. You listen to podcasts. There's a thousand things that you can listen to but you've chosen to spend a few minutes with us. We appreciate it. So we offer up the second opinion service one of three things happen. This is the life. Ring we call it the life during the second opinion service SOS life ring that will help you stay afloat. Make sure that you're gonna stay afloat when it comes to retirement planning strategies to be successful in retirement nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen we've got seven total that we can do on the show if you save seven hundred fifty thousand dollars or more for retirement the numbers nine one nine eight five two. One two one five nine hundred ninety five dollar value made complimentary four seven listeners the show, and it'll tell you a that you're doing great state. Of course, be there's a couple of things you need to iron out. Nothing. Major make those slight adjustments. You'll be fine or three there's some real red flags some some pot holes in your path if you will as you're headed toward retirement driving down that road. When do you want to know that things are really really good, and you should continue continued wanna know right away. When would you want to know if things are going, really, really bad, and you have no idea you'd want somebody to tell you just tap you on the shoulder and say now, hey, dude sooner rather than later owner rather than later is exactly. Right. So that's what we do. With a second opinion service nine hundred ninety five dollar value made complimentary four seven one two three four five six seven callers on the show today. Nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen nine one nine eight five two one two. One five is the number. All right. We live in a do it yourself society. Brian. I'm sure, you know, this as good as anybody else, especially working in the industry, you do a lot of people like to work on their own financial planning. And there's nothing wrong with that by any means. But like for me, I can't do it. But then I can't do anything at Home Depot either. Which is a do it yourself store. You know? So I'm just not cut out like that. My brain doesn't work like that. It's no surprise that. I'm no good with it. Because it's just not where my skill set is. So but many people do they like to build a new deck or a retail the bathroom? My neighbor Rick. He absolutely redid his entire bathroom on his own. He's a retired IBM guy completely does everything the guy. There's not one to that. He doesn't have in his basement anytime I asked he usually comes over and shows me how to use it. And then actually does whatever needs to be done. Because even after he shows me, I don't know how to use it. He's a good, dude. Like that. I'm with you. I've got cousins we have the same dads. They were brothers. And we have the same moms who were sisters, and they are so handy they'll do that stuff like building a deck and get the miter saw. When it comes to wood. I'll chop trees down in the backyard split would cut it up. I can do that. But don't ask me to build the deck, or, you know, build a fence or anything like that. I am not a d I y a new guy either I can mow the lawn. I can rake I contains change. Sure don't want me to do any electrical work for. I don't want to change the brakes on the car. Don't want me to do anything on the car plumbing. No, you know, I'm good lifting heavy stuff out in the backyard. I know my limit a pack meal. I get it. I get it. When it comes to that. I am you know, I like getting outside in the fresh air. But yeah, don't give me too technical on building decks and fences and getting all that stuff. And no, they're not going to be pretty what about investments, and if you're listening right now, you're thinking. Yeah. I do all that that they mentioned. Yeah. I think I can handle investments to is managing a portfolio really a DIY. Do it yourself project. Well, we asked this to bestselling retirement author Patrick Kelly, and he says, you know, what probably not it's probably not a DIY kind of thing. And here's exactly what he said. We are not emotionally designed to manage our own money. Can we do it? Yes. Is there enough information out there? Yes. The problem is emotionally just like the blackjack table. We keep saying when we when we when we in that point never comes. And we watch our money disappear because ruled by fear and greed. And those are the two things that rule when we manager on money and they're dangerous. They have caused more retirements to be delayed or cancelled that any other thing, I know is fear and greed that is being dealt with by the individual managing their own money. Get someone to help you that cares about your money an awful lot. But isn't quite so emotionally rapped up in it. So they can make wise and correct and objective choice. Look, he's a smart guy. The reason is the best selling author in the retirement world, Patrick Kelly who you just heard from. So do you see people who try to make too much in terms of managing their money to take on too much? Maybe even what can you do with a portfolio that maybe an average person than average Joe can't first of all at fi- come off and say, hey, you don't wanna be a do. It yourself guy. Is sounds very self serving because we're in this business want people to know that hey, weather you work with us. I would tell people fine. Find somebody that you know, you like, and you trust to be competent that you trust to work with your retirement because there's a lot of things that we can do that the average person can and a big part of that is we just have more access to products and strategies were independent. We have relationships with thirty forty different companies. We have relationships with money managers from State Street and van guard and black rock and river, shares and Aster and federated, and we have it on an institutional level, which means we can go direct to them. So there's a lot of things in terms of access that we have that not everybody does. And I know people would say, yeah. But we get all the information that's out there on the internet. I get that. You can look up on the internet. How do brain surgery that doesn't mean you want somebody to do that? So I would just tell people it's really really important Patrick Kelly makes a great point when he. Talks about we are ruled by fear, and greed, and I would agree with him. I've seen more retirements delayed or cancelled because of that find somebody who's gonna care about your money, but not be emotionally tied to a tug to the point where they're gonna make irrational decisions, you wanna work with somebody who's gonna put a plan together for you. It's a specific plan for you. And that you're gonna feel very very comfortable with that plan succeeding, that's the key. But just have somebody who's not going to get route of when the markets go up or down and make a change that's going to blow up your whole plan. The number nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen if you've got questions about anything Brian said nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen or if you want to take advantage.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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Bob McDonald talks to Dr. Andrew Derocher about the state of polar bear populations

Quirks and Quarks

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Bob McDonald talks to Dr. Andrew Derocher about the state of polar bear populations

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Volkswagen anticipates a diesel renaissance

News, Traffic and Weather

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Volkswagen anticipates a diesel renaissance

"We've had a just over a week to digest the whole Geneva. Auto show an extremely large amount of electric and future news for cars coming out of Geneva let's. Start off with the announcement by VW that they think that diesel will. Be coming. Back strangely, this is, coming from VW who got wacked really hard for their diesel that's right so Volkswagen of course has been spending the better part of the last two and a half years playing defense. And promising to launch several dozens of new all electric cars over the next handful of years it's brand CEO did an interview in which he basically, said that when you scrape obey the weight of vanities of kind of the electric car fashion he does think that. There is still a place. For diesel diesel Will undergo is said a little. Bit of, a renaissance in just a few short years, time so. One kind of wondrous here and certainly. Can't be faulted for being more than a little bit confused as to what they really believe because there are certainly plowing literally tens of billions of euros several. Tens of billions of euros into a future electric car world while at the same time basically doubting. What the consumer is automatically going to buy so does this mean that. They are. Working on, replacement diesel, engines that they pulled from the market after the scandal well a Volkswagen is one of the companies that never said that they were going to stop developing diesels they of course stopped. Selling them specifically in the US market and in the u. s. market alone but not in other geographies so from that standpoint I have kind of, kept their cards close to the vest I mean I see them Continuing to develop diesel engines the problem that they are facing in part. Is that this sales of diesel engine in Europe has gone down over the last sort of eighteen months it used to be sort of. Fifty two to fifty four percent of their sales mix and, now it's down by about ten percentage points to, something closer to. Forty two to forty four percent of their sales makes in Europe and that's a. Problem but again forty four forty percent give or take it's still a very very large number and if the consumer? Continues, to want to buy diesels from them they will continue to not just sell them but develop

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It is a, nine hundred ninety five dollar value with a second opinion, service with Brian and his team so Brian I said this before we wrap the last segment and I asked this as a general blanket question to you. Listening, right now have, you decided. At what age you're going. To retire have you decided That answer yet Well on, FOX business, retire inspired author, Chris HOGAN said there's not really a number that you should. Be focusing on here's. What he said I think a lot of people have looked at retirement as this. Magic age bunch you. Hit sixty five there's going to be a magic fairy that shows up. And brings money, the reality is is that retirement not an, age financial number and so we've got to get more people clued into this and really understanding the steps they can take to put themselves in a. Better financial, position so Brian do you think you have clients who plan to retire to certain age whether they can afford? To or not do you? Run into that do you see that for the people, that we serve the select families? That we serve I don't see that too much talk the only time that I'll see that, if somebody really really dislikes what they're doing and they're willing to forego a certain lifestyle in retirement just. To get out but I've got to tell you most of the families that we work with most of the individuals that. We work, with you know I'm not saying they want to stay Through. Job, tiller seventy or eighty, but they, enjoy what they, do and it's not like I'm dreading doing this do you. Have bad days yeah. Everybody's got a bad day but I think Chris Hogan's exactly right in terms of. You've got to look. At how much money do I need and then I mean everybody wants. To have a, need by when you'd like to be retired, I get that monz next Tuesday I know yours is always knew said you're going to be really good at it and that your claim to fame. Blue ribbon, retire I'm gonna have a blue ribbon retirement I'm to do it better than anybody in look it really does? Depend on the lifestyle and? I think that's one of the things we can really, help identify for people when it? Goes through our second opinion services hey you know how much are you going to need by, when you know what does that budget look like in terms of monthly expenses and then it becomes hey. We may say you're in great shape and and you're working I was like to say you're working because you want to. Verses because, you have to write and that's it Great thing for people, to understand it's a huge difference and it's a huge benefit just to know. You're getting up every morning? And, you're going to work because, you want to not because you have. To in that you can go ahead and retiring it's not exactly tied to. An age it's tied, more to a lifestyle and saying hey I'm not going to have to. Worry about running out I'm going. To be able to do the, things that I really enjoy doing and not have to worry look that's where I wanna be joking. Kid being a blue ribbon retiree because. I I have a hint of lazy I'm a. Hard worker because I have to be, but I got a hint a lazy in there and when there's around I do my best to find it ends been time, with, it and, I have a feeling that I want to be like that, I get to retirement to you're going to stay consistent right. Well look pretty retirement, endure, retire yes yes, that's right consistency that's exactly what I am. I'm a model I'm the, model of consistency I love chocolate milk I love ice cream I. Love being late Lazy I love watching sports none of that has changed my whole life so. I can't imagine them changing anytime soon maybe you're like me I don't know if. You're listening and you're like man I'm just like that guy reach out to Brian and his team let them help you walk through retirement retirement made simple as I bring up all the time and it has to. Be simple for a guy like me. Because I'm not the smartest guy in the, room, but I know I'll have to surround myself with this. Martyrs guys that way I can be successful nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen if you're like that. Then let me recommend Brian and his Dame Raleigh wells solution in Raleigh capital, management to point you in the. Right direction when it comes to retirement and just, being smart about another thing Brian I'm not good. At it's one of, the many things on the list. Is math and that sort of. Stuff I'm not really good at math and we're going to get to some of that here. In a little bit when, we. Break, out, math and. Strategy we. Have, time. To it. But. US news and World Report. Says the goal. While we're working is to. Grow our money that's. Why always sock it. Away in 401K's and And different accounts, and, maybe even just savings accounts and checking accounts but when we retire. The focus switches more to the safety. Of that money you don't wanna go anywhere because you don't want to go back to work to earn it back and it takes so long to do it it's, it's a bad situation all the way around if you were to lose that money that you worked so hard, for, so, is that the right. Way to think about, managing portfolios I think it is right it really. Is especially as you, get what we call the second half so the first half is absolutely grow you wanna focus on accumulation you got, plenty, of time it's okay. To be you know I'd say Uber aggressive being a lot more aggressive in your investment. Strategies and try to grow that but as you get closer to you know that retirement red zone five to. Seven years from retirement you really want, to focus on switching to. Income and to preservation and to make sure that you don't get waylaid like you know people. Did in two thousand oh two and two thousand Thousand seven in a in terms of you..

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Five it is a nine hundred ninety five dollar value with a second opinion service with Brian and his. Team so, Brian I said this before we wrap the last segment and I asked this as a general blanket question to you listening right, now have you decided at what age you're going to retire and you decided that answer? Yet well on FOX business retire inspired author Chris. HOGAN said, there's not really a number that you should be focusing. On here's what he said I think a lot of, people had looked at retirement, as this. Magic age bunch you hit. Sixty five there's going to be a magic bury the shows up and brings money the reality is is that retirement not an age, it's a financial number and so we've got to get more people. Clued into this and really understanding the steps they can take to put themselves in a better financial position so Brian do you think you have clients who plan to retire, to certain age whether they can afford. To or, not you run into that do you see that for the people, that we serve the select families that we serve I don't see that too much talk the, only. Time that I'll see that if somebody really really dislikes what they're doing and they're willing to forego a. Certain lifestyle, in retirement just to get out but I've got to tell you most of the families that we work with most of the, individuals that we work with you know I'm not saying, they want to stay at their? Job, Tillerson Seventy, or eighty but, they enjoy what they do and it's not like I'm dreading. Doing this do you. Have bad days yeah everybody's got a bad day but I think Chris Hogan's exactly. Right in terms of. You've got to look at how much money do I need and then. I mean everybody, wants to have an eight by, when you'd like to, be retired I get that mine's next Tuesday I.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Or not it'll tell you that too and if you're thinking you're on, the right track and you're not wouldn't you. Want to know and vice versa if you thinking you're not doing as well as you wish you were but then you. Get the second opinion service it's a nine hundred ninety five dollar value and you learn that you could, retire whenever you want to or even earlier wouldn't that be a great, value, if you're interested, in the second opinion service with Brian and his team At Raleigh well solutions in Raleigh capital management nine one nine eight five to twelve. Fifteen and we're, gonna, talk about something that's a little sensitive. In just a moment because. It affects about fifty percent of everyone listening right now but Bryan, before we get there if someone were to? Call and get a second opinion service and they're nervous let's say they're, nervous about sharing their information which I get. They're nervous about you thinking they're going to become a client of yours just because they call in or just because they. Do and take advantage of that? Second opinion service I want them to understand that that's not the case Yeah that's. A great point tug, for, our listeners, who haven't had the opportunity? To stop into the office we kind of have. A policy in our office you can't become. A client on your first visit and we also let people know that they are not obligated to us and vice versa we're not obligated to them we wanna make sure. It's a good fit but our first visit is really going to be focused on discovery and finding, out where, they're at what's important to them what their you know their end. Game, their end goals, are in, terms of, retirement, what, it is they're trying, to accomplish the relationships that are important it's not just about hey the old how much do you have where do you have a we. Can do better that's that's not, what we do at all we're really going to spend a lot of time, getting to know the individual and where they're, currently add and. What they're doing now and what would be the ideal situation and then we're going to take the stuff that they're comfortable sharing with us in terms of their you know. Investments in their social security statements and taxes and things Like that. And you're right that is kinda scary we always. Say it's kind of you know getting financially naked, and you know that that can be uncomfortable nobody wants to see me naked no me. Neither this is bad but. I want people to know that what they, share with us is absolutely confidential we've never had a problem with that and you know it's just it's just for us to the, team to, we want that information because we cannot help to the extent if we don't have that information it's kind of like going to. The doctor's office if, you, don't tell, them you're real symptoms what's? Really hurt and what's really bothering you then they. Can't help or you only give them half. Of the store it's really hard for them to prescribe a solution to fix ya if you're not willing to share everything with them and I get it sometimes people aren't. Ready for that when they come in and and that's okay I just want our listeners understand we, can't help, until you're ready to share that information and the are Great where a, trust, based firm meaning we don't want anybody to feel uncomfortable I, don't want people. To feel like they're. Being sold when, they're coming in, we don't, want them to be uncomfortable I know that had how that. Feels I've had it done to. Me I just. Do not like, it and you know that's one of the things that will tell you feel like. That let us know because that's the last thing we, want to do yeah it's really more of a we. Want a co architect this plan with you but understand you know been doing this now for, twenty plus years and we primarily work with retirees. And business owners business owners on the tax, planning side and investments and retirees on the, same thing you know how do we make sure we keep what you. Have give you a good income do it in a tax efficient. Way and then make sure your wishes in terms of Hayes a legacy, play is you know we want the children or grandchildren have this we want. To make sure this happens to. A charity or hey Brian island want ten cents left in the account Don't have any kids we want to travel yeah I, want that I had, one of, my uncles who who you know I'm still. Working with them and you know he said I want that, last, checked a barely clear when something happens to me Brought me. Down in the headsets leftover and I said. Bill, that's not a. Problem just tell me when you plan on, going and, he said I get your point so you, know we, can cut it close like that we want and this is my own Yeah but. They, had no kids so he's not worried about passing on money so what I'm saying is. In we talk about, this all the time is our goal is to customize a plan for each. Individual to the. Extent that we. Can do that and do it. Well, we, need, to know. What's important to, you and what it is you're trying to accomplish so our first visit we're just going to sit down and get to know you a little bit there you. Go retirement made simple that's what you get at Raleigh well solutions.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Taken out nine nine thousand nine hundred ninety five dollars or something that also sends a red flag so somehow he got a hold of one of the sars report this is this speculation and the interesting thing is i saw him this week and you know he does a ton of media and i think it was on msnbc where he said what's really interesting about this is not just where the money coming into it but like you said where the money goes out because these llc's are set up to basically pay out there sole proprietor this is a sole proprietorship but that money's not accounted for it didn't all end up and michael collins pocket so the question is where did it go in the implication that avenue and he was very careful not to say this but he was also very careful to imply it was that this may have ended up in donald trump's pockets that this could be a kickback scheme the donald trump's not the type personal likes his name being leveraged without a little taste himself of the action as they say but i've an ati it was speaking like a guy who's asking questions like a guy who already knew the answers and he has been he clearly has a game plan and as a documents and is drip driving these out who knows where this could go but it really is stunning and in some respects it it points do some russian collusion e who was paid by a russian oligarch or at least through his the that the person's proxy in the united states and it also just sort of like speaks to just broadly just broad collusion slash corruption with with entities in this country i mean i want i want to see at and t in front of a a congressional hearing in novartis and find out what it is exactly they were paying for you know besides these insights into the administration.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sapphire enhance the gino scale a device is nine hundred ninety five dollars so and the benefit of the the the sapphire is to restore the adrenals and reduce this adrenaline mandolin right reduce stress stress okay wow fascinating and this all came to you through guidance and five decades of being a physician yeah something you just do a day's work i think this is incredible you've always been on the leading edge of so many things norm in terms of the tens unit and everything else that you created this would you say that this is some of your their culmination of your decades of work or is it different the whole but obviously i consider the b m f device and the scaling the most important because they have application not just two people with pain but everybody everyone has now how would it help with blood sugar well you know let's face it stress raises blood sugar no matter what the stress whether in fact logical emotional physical it raises but sugar and so it reduces stress that will help reduce blood sugar so stress elevated blood sugar and diabetes and so forth is a result of stress yeah asan eating fascinating fascinating i think this is great and then it's not can you feel the pulsing no no the coil does become minimally warm it slightly warmer the room temperature but there's no feeling of the professions that go from five point eight three up to fifty eight point eight three cycles per second that's great now do you work with other people in your practice other doctors also help doing great and he also is verse in these types of of modalities along with you.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Plus was nine hundred ninety five dollars apple sold a ton of 'em it's fox it is abject lying knowing falsity and it's coordinated between tech media and apple competitors who are sourcing things supposedly from the supply chain and from wall street investment bank analysts who tell the media that they're advising their clients that they've lowered apple's projected stock price because the iphone ten is a flop that apple has so many of them in stock now you might say why doesn't apple combat this thirty days before a company reports quarterly earnings they're not allowed to say anything in public it's a it's an sec law or rule so whatever is in the media thirty apple reported yesterday thirty days prior apple can't say nobody can no business can now here's a report from yesterday from one of the guilty bloomberg news is one of the worst contributors here and reporter there by the name of mark gherman this is after apple reported record breaking iphone sales again in the first quarter with a record revenue at a record every selling price every bit of news apple reported yesterday was up in near record numbers in terms of total revenue and profit and i phone sales and so one of these fits that's been predicting doom the iphone was a flop it's not going to amount to anything apple may have to redesign it people don't want it apple shares rose three percent in extended trading after closing at one.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's not in personal use of most drugs no price attached to that personal use of most drugs is just a misdemeanor this that have a felony this of course if if you have no other violent felony convictions now for those who do have convictions uh of these stealing your car over nine hundred ninety five dollars or less or whatever if you have a conviction of that you can you can petition to have your conviction reduced uh your felonies reduced them is it's a process it's a long process there sticks six steps to it and it's it's it's some hoops you have to go through to do it but uh you can absolutely apply to have your felonies reduced to misdemeanors at least you you can give it a shot crappy car like that you're probably a working steals and that's your only ability to get to and from your gigs so hopefully you could make a little bit a coin an upgrade on your car if that person has their car stolen that's a big deal to them yeah and and you're the on a car usually going to go for the nicer car than the nine hundred dollars jalopy i'm just saying is this going to affect a lotta people i'm not that outraged that this i don't really like to be honest with you and i'll tell you while you read about this because it's all part of reducing the prison population about its students prompt forty seven was passed uh about ten thousand inmates were eligible for the re resentencing if you will according to uh their their crimes so that's ten thousand who now were in jail for felonies it could be let out uh because some of these reduced misdemeanors here's the problem though there are.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nine thousand nine hundred ninety five dollars away is make a donation it'll be fun to see the number change and and it'll be good to know that the money is used most efficiently to feed shelter and give hope but it only five dollars that was an outrage i said we can do better thank you in advance for helping the salvation army do the most good i've been working with the salvation army for thirty years and another for one minute have i regretted it why would i and then i said on one more thing because the picture on the post has me bringing a salvation army bell i've got a dorky face and really gorky sweater and tie i said the picture with the bell in the green vest in the red and white tie i look like the annoying uncle and a hallmark channel christmas movie but if we get ten thousand dollars by friday i promise to post a less punishing photo it will be good for america no one needs to see this picture anymore please give and the comment started to come in here are the first three no thanks john i don't support groups the discriminate against the lgbt community natshe on why don't you just write a check the next one says john williams should stop supporting homophobic organizations the salvation army has never ever denied anybody the walked into one of its shelters food or shelter because of their orientation it doesn't come up it's a conservative religious organization it is a salvation army jr and are their views different than mind about the lgbtq community and issues a 100 percent their different i one hundred percent import them because they don't care about that when they are providing food and shelter are not going to get into an argument about the salvation army with you on this issue all i'm saying is please we will never do anything of we only look for the and.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eighty four thousand nine hundred ninety five dollars which includes the gas guzzler tag so what's the starting thing i ruby talk about that a little bit later on your is that's that i don't know if that's necessary sixty miles per hour into secondary second i i i'm not that in patiala that's why this controversy barely street legal but yeah which actually i think was like our check that out yaohua kgb see the add about that thou and read some more about it if you follow me on twitter it's at jeff wicker 620 i tweeted that out at gut the seventy information about that including like this'll video that's there she could follow me twitter it's at sheff wed twenty will be talking about that a little bit later on in the show i'll we start off today's program like we start off every program three big things coming up round hole 35 were jackie were actually going to be joined by one of the milwaukee alderman who has been most vocal in opposing it alderman tony's alinsky talking a little bit about the funding for the trolley but if you tried to drive anywhere in downtown more eat the over the weekend you can't get there from here seriously because uh uh barrett's trolley has the entire city it seems like certainly east of the river torn up and um creating just absolute nightmares for people trying to get around and we'll be talking about the bigger question is to to what and where do we go from here but we start off with big story number one it is the continuing saga of alabama authentic kgb if roy more now louis the bidding for just a minute here last week late let roy more is of course the controversial steve bannon backed republican candidate for senate out of alabama donald trump actually supported the other guy that was running his who sitting senator he um was named by trump and supported by trump he was a supported by trump name by the governor to serve out the balance of to fill in for jeff sessions so now you've got when jeff sessions became the attorney general so now you're going to have a runoff election but straight luther strengths the guy that.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Game seven seventy one thousand nine hundred ninety five dollars what's like eighteen thousand dollars a seat and it says uh some guiding mcallister added cincinnati lance mcallister spent seventy two thousand i guess he's against us ally does that make sense does that make i dunno whoever bottom willie at so i would think either you uh one of you would want to set the dugout gets your arm i give me a little bit you need to pitch your bat seventy one thousand dollars almost seventy two thousand dollars see game 7 of the world series as i could kind of buddy that wildbad my fate so the guy's name is mcallister budel know the first name is i don't know we don't know but all we know could it be lance i dunno he was pretty uh pretty happy today at the down at bagel them what i want to so i don't did you know lance colors at all from midland know a chihuahua a chihuahua what is that highlighted not sowa yeah he was part of the midland redskins of 2010 sowa only brian colmes could come up with that and he also fits the championship game in new mexico with the connie mack championships oh he's got a bigger stage tonight because it's game 7 it's either win or the somebody's gotta get up the trophy somebody's gotta get new hats tshirts and somebody's gotta get a parade after tonight on this got a there from jan motley's saying she'll bid seventy five thousand dollars really wild so oone of our thank you all go oh man you can't sacked client who's by in the plane as it though wayne root wayne heard she's got obliged you can't sexually harassed anybody anymore and to the most on wilderness of say yes speaking of that there's nightcap arrested last night plus a flight from hell light to detroit boom a couple joined the milehigh club the un along with the bracelets so at the end of the flight they were taken off in handcuffs he may davor daughter on the plane to yes can't wait go get a room but these this number one put more on number two on the.

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"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"nine hundred ninety five dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"State they spend average of eighty nine hundred ninety five dollars per student little bit less important loop tonia little bit just a little bit less their total school budget their total district from kindergarten through high school is two point nine million dollars includes buses equipment plant everything his mood who's more than and probably phillip you're going with a forty five million dollar budget i mean yeah this is ridiculous you wanna talk about top public schools has seven thousand employees now typical scottish achievements of those employees do not four five thousand teachers in that mix and there has to be miserable right over his schools as twenty eight hundred teachers forty two hundred administrators what's wrong picture while they have to one ratio administrators teachers yeah donald trump had around this aren't you so they've got to people super rather than one person worked your yes government operation this is the government robinson job so what we're doing their terms thirty three thirty three pages long us army she's twenty five pages okay i director steven door has seven other directors who work for him that's eight the department alone the teaching and learning office which is who designed the curriculum i guess has eighty employees ac a that's probably more than a cartoon public schools has total nickel i'm guessing if illness when i manila budget and right on i'm guessing them i don't when instructional coaches schools has twenty six suppose they have eleven fulltime accounts on staff wow yeah forty six people working materials management which has purchasing forty six people doing purchasing for them these one get one item in mind painful to combine pence oh he's been all you're working on pencil i'll go walmart has that many people managing the you'll inflow merchandise to a store i hope they wouldn't be profitable now of course warmer with it total schools has sixty people in their idea department sixty six zero does that include the directors i'm guessing but that's one of the most fortune five hundred companies have an anti department the fifty five people and their own fulltime police warm okay the pain what's wrong with this picture who else should be patrolling till smoke schools i thought yoyo of this whole resource officers used to now lows we'll pay for their own police department for some reason i if twenty seven.

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