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Economists Say Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy

Morning Edition

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Economists Say Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy

"Let's come back to the United States now where presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are proposing student loan forgiveness plans warrants plan would forgive up to fifty thousand dollars for most people and Sanders would go further so suppose that happened what would suddenly freeing millions of Americans from student debt mean for the economy NPR's Chris Arnold reports an entire generation of Americans is making major life decisions differently because of student loans whether and when to buy a house the words start a family children it's not about if you wanna I'm it's about can you afford I'm Laura green would work for the state education agency in Montpelier Vermont well I make sixty three thousand dollars and thirty years old and I mean I probably a better salary than a lot of my peers but between her college and grad school agree with those ninety six thousand dollars in student loans and she says that's got her and her partner feeling kind of frozen yeah it's always were interested in having kids but just cost of living and all our other bells and then the student loans is just like the final straw so if people like green would suddenly had this mill stone of debt lifted from their necks it stands to reason that that would unleash pent up desires and spending that would be good for the economy a lot more people would probably have kids words start businesses serve by houses in the short term it's very positive for the housing market Lawrence Yun is the national association of realtors chief economist he says his group survey showed that student data is people delaying homeownership by five to seven years he's not endorsing any particular plan but he estimates that broad loan forgiveness would push up the number of home sales quite a bit home sales cook BSA three hundred thousand high your annually if people were not settle what law each student that of boost to the housing sector as well as to the economy just how much would it help the economy William foster is a vice president with moody's which just did a report on student debt forgiveness there's been some estimates that US real GDP could be boosted on average by eighty six billion two hundred and eight billion per year which is quite a bit that's if you had total loan forgiveness busters as it would have to be total forgiveness to see significant results and he says it could also help address rising income inequality student loans are not contributing to what's perceived as lower economic prospects for younger Americans after all all those millions of people are delaying homeownership and that's the most powerful way for most working and middle class people to build wealth Lawrence you a typical homeowner I has net worth about two hundred thirty dollars and while typical renter has only five thousand but well the idea of loan forgiveness is popular among voters it would not be free and this is a big reason that plenty of politicians and policy experts are not on board this would be expensive foster says Americans owe a lot of money on those student loans about one point five trillion and that's more than auto loans and credit cards they're the second biggest that item for households busters as most of these laws are from the federal government and it could forgive them but that would mean giving up the eighty five billion dollars in annual revenue that it's currently collecting on these loans and that would result in a wider fiscal deficit also taxing people to make up the difference would be a drag on the economy and there are other issues of many people would oppose a give away to say lawyers and doctors who stand to make a lot of money later but happen to have a lot of student loan debt also you would want to tax the working class to pay for higher income college graduates loan forgiveness that's why presidential candidates are proposing to tax the wealthy to pay for it add a foster says there could be what's called a moral hazard factor here for future students those students might expect future loan forgiveness and therefore the take out even more money than they might have otherwise and that could create even greater levels of student debt so it plenty of potential pitfalls but policy makers who are pushing for a loan forgiveness say that they have plans to make it both fair and good for the economy and to do it in a way to make education more affordable for future students so they wouldn't have to take on so much debt Chris Arnold and

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Spent five twenty closed for the weekend for over the a mid span and we have told me that this started in the ninety nine total our next report is a one thirty four but the Smith call traffic we saw some showers around western washable keep those throughout the afternoon temperatures in the mid fifties are warm spots tomorrow also mid fifties mostly cloudy on Sunday few showers in the morning sun breaks in the afternoon and for veterans day we are partly sunny and new sixty degrees in the coming of the son of theirs on someone's your guide to a really great financial future I couldn't remember the exact breakpoint on married filing jointly so I looked it up it's four hundred and ninety six thousand dollars so yeah I can run into that not that case eight five five nine three five talk eight five five nine three five eight two five five well when you do also have to remember the new net tax forgot about that one hello that's the extra but this again that's even unlikely because it's a quarter of a million married filing jointly so it would really require both of you going in the long term care about the same time it that parties possible that's a three point eight percent tax so the again avoiding it not much later there are many ways really if you've got a taxable gain you eventually have to pay the tax on it eight five five nine three five talk and twan your next welcome to talking real money Hey John how are you good thank you Sir how are you.

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EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations

"Today, the EPA announced the ninety six thousand dollars settlement with tesla over a hazardous waste violations at the company's electric car planet. Fremont, the violations rediscovered during an unannounced. Visit by inspectors from the agency's regional office in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen celebrate includes a thirty one thousand dollar fine and a fifty five thousand dollar payment for the Fremont fire department to buy emergency. Sponsor commitment, including a drone with hazardous waste sensors and a second device to detect unauthorized drones that could impede an emergency response. UPA regional administrator. Mike Stoker says the settlement will bring much needed emergency response. Equipment to the city

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Can be risky for those. That are interested accumulation index. Annuities could be an answer. They're talking about interest rates potentially going up and the value of bonds going down. And clearly if you're fortunate you'll get the coupon yield which today on ten years like three percent. Pay a little bit of tax on that apply. A little inflation to that. And you have a negative return and the research done by impact partners robber. Roger, I should say Ibbotson and some company called zebra capital. I guess zebra capital is a research firm, evidently that works with it. But soon. Rodrigue Johnson's been around for a thousand thousand years, but a long time. I mean, I've I've used Ibbotson charts. For as long as I've been as long as I can remember anyway in the financial services industry de risking with bonds can be risky accumulation index. Annuities could be an answer. And that's just one of many many many research papers that I've alluded to. So just to summarize for today's program before I get to the emails longevity risk is real. It's a humongous problem living too long and with all this, medical technology. It may be not only do we live longer we live longer healthier. And that means our retirement portfolios need to be far more robust. And longevity. Planning is critically important. Ask any retirement researcher out there? It's one of the number one things, of course, tax planning is also critical asset location and asset allocation is critical. There's a whole bunch of stuff that's super important that your adviser a best practices advisor should be going over with you. All right. Let's hit the Email bag Chuck is I I'm considering a Roth conversion I have eighty K in my IRA. My wife has around fifty five k r income is ninety six thousand dollars annually. We just inherited fifteen thousand dollars. Do you think it's a good idea? It typically is a reasonable idea. But if you don't have any pensions. And you're you know. A smidgen away from retirement, I'm not so sure. That creating a tax Bill when you're already making ninety six thousand dollars is all that advantageous. Doing a conversion? And if you're a ways away from retirement, you can start funding Roth IRA's, I think it's a great idea to have some money in some post-tax retirement accounts that you can blend your tax bracket down, but your tax bracket. If you don't have a pension, your tax bracket is probably not going to be that high of you're retiring in the next five ten years, depending on how much money you're saving. So I'm going to be cautiously optimistic here and say, yes, I think eight partial conversion could make sense. But not if it causes you to move into a higher tax bracket keeping in mind that you're likely going to be in a much lower bracket when you retire, and you may be better off doing a pre-tax IRA contribution or a 4._0._1._K contribution and worrying about conversions and so forth later on and holding onto that fifteen K you just inherited or reinvesting that instead of having to pay taxes because my suspicion is. And incidentally, this happens a lot people like Chuck maybe making the assumption that they're going to be in a higher bracket when they retire. And they're not gonna be you. He will most likely not be in a higher bracket. Listen, let's say fifty five sixty years old. They've got a total about one hundred and thirty thousand bucks if you take four or five six ten percent. Out of that amount of money. It's not enough to push them into a higher tax bracket. It's probably not even enough to make their social security taxable at all. So there's some pretty serious calculations. It sounds simple on paper check. But there's some serious calculations that need to be done and taking a look at how much you're saving and investing. How.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Bonds can be risky for those. That are interested accumulation index. Annuities could be an answer. Of course, they're talking about interest rates potentially going up and the value of bonds going down. And clearly if you're fortunate you'll get the coupon yield which today on a ten years like three percent. Pay a little bit of tax on that apply. A little inflation to that. And you have a negative return and the research done by impact partners. Robert, Roger, I should say Ibbotson and some company called zebra capital. I guess zebra capital. There's a research firm evidently that works with. Rodrigue has been around for a thousand thousand years, but a long time. I mean, I've used Ibbotson charts for as long as I've been as long as I can remember anyway in the financial services industry de risking with bonds can be risky accumulation index. Annuities could be an answer. And that's just one of many many many research papers that I've alluded to. So just to summarize today's program before I get the emails long. Gemini risk is real. It's a humongous problem living too long and with all this, medical technology. It may be not only do we live longer we live longer healthier. And that means our retirement portfolios need to be far more robust. And longevity. Planning is critically important. Ask any retirement researcher out there? It's one of the number one things, of course, tax planning is also critical asset location and asset allocation is critical. There's a whole bunch of stuff that's super important that your adviser a best practices advisor should be going over with you. All right. Let's hit the Email bag Chuck is I I'm considering a Roth conversion I have eighty K in my IRA. My wife has around fifty five k r income is ninety six thousand dollars annually. We just inherited fifteen thousand dollars. Do you think it's a good idea? It typically is a reasonable idea. But if you don't have any pensions. And you're you know. Is a smidgen away from retirement. I'm not so sure. That creating a tax Bill when you're already making ninety six thousand dollars is all that advantages. Doing a conversion? And if you're a ways away from retirement, you can start funding Roth IRA's, I think it's a great idea to have some money in some post tax retirement accounts that you can blend your tax bracket down, but your tax bracket. If you don't have a pension, your tax bracket is probably not going to be that high of you're retiring in the next five ten years, depending on how much money you're saving. So I'm going to be cautiously optimistic here and say, yes, I think a partial conversion could make sense. But not if it causes you to move into a higher tax bracket keeping in mind that you're likely going to be a much lower bracket when you retire, and you may be better off doing a pre-tax IRA contribution or a 4._0._1._K contribution and worrying about conversion and so forth later on and holding onto that fifteen K you just inherited or reinvesting that instead of having to pay taxes because my suspicion is. And incidentally, this happens a lot people like Chuck maybe making the assumption that they're going to be an higher bracket when they retire. And they're not gonna be. You will most likely not be in a higher bracket? Listen, let's say fifty five sixty years old. And they've got a total about one hundred thirty thousand bucks. If you take four or five six ten percent. Out of that amount of money. It's not enough to push them into a higher tax bracket. It's probably not even enough to make their social security taxable at all. So there are some pretty serious calculations. It sounds simple on paper check. But there are some serious calculations that need to be done and taking a look at how much you're saving and investing. How much of its.

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Russell Crowe, Alison and Patrick discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Russell Crowe, Alison and Patrick discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Oh adjust of it yes he will these stanley cup playoffs get underway wednesday the predators on the presidents trophy and the lightning took top spot in the eastern conference and finally russell crowe's the art of divorce auction rate in two point eight million dollars which included these selling of a chest protector that he wore in the oscar winning film gladiator that went for ninety six thousand dollars allison can you give me more details on this place i want some more details on the art of divorce auction maybe we can get a guest on the can explain to us everything i this is a funny thing he made three million dollars just selling his divorce stuff three million dollars russell crowe did you just read the store did you not remember the number was two point eight million dollars that's a fun listen i'm all about accuracy on this show and you got it wrong two point eight million dollars it's actually three point seven for all the latest headlines and information tune in the sportscenter on espn radio all throughout the day alison help me out here because you're the voice of reason and by the way got yo dollars for the last segment you read the internet wrong give us the real story about patrick read villainous masters champion stu gods botched everything about the quotes the everything mother said what do you have for us he is a strange with his parents and his wife just seen his on has written on social media in two thousand sixteen she claimed that there was physical and verbal abuse in his childhood they've denied that but that's where the the estrangement is coming from janette read said quote i can't believe my son is the masters champion it's surreal it was a dizzying mix of pride and pain.

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Bloomberg World, Moscow and Charlie Pellett discussed on

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Bloomberg World, Moscow and Charlie Pellett discussed on

"Months michael toscano washington the torso armor that russell crowe war for his oscar winning role in the gladiator sold at an auction in australia today for ninety six thousand dollars rose selling a lot of personal items as part of his divorce settlement i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters people familiar with the matter say deutsche bank plans to clarify ceo john cryan future this weekend this as chairman paul act lichner faces pressure from key shareholders to take action deutchebanks supervisory board is holding a call tomorrow night to discuss client's fate the people said sky news reports barclays chairman john macfarlane is expected to step down from his position at the bank's annual meeting next year sky news cited people close to the bank voor nado realty trust says it has an informal agreement to sell its interest in manhattan's six sixty six fifth avenue to kushner companies that's the firm run by the family of presidential soninlaw jared kushner for nado and kushner our partners in the building the statement which was released late on friday seemed to catch the kushner's off guard it wasn't clear whether they headlined up financing for the more than one billion dollars they're going to need american airlines group ordered forty seven boeing seven hundred eighty seven dreamliner for long range flying that deals a blow to airbus ambitions to expand its widebody aircraft sales in the us aluminum prices jumped yesterday amid fears that sanctions on russian metal could threaten a significant amount of global supply more on that from bloomberg's charlie pellett treasury department has sanctioned russian individuals officials stateowned firms and companies including united roussel under provisions of a law congress passed last year to retaliate against moscow for meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election roussin accounts for about seventeen percent of supply outside of china according to harbor intelligence charlie pellett bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is the business of sports the international olympic committee is facing a crisis which sport would you point to insa put your money where the money is flowing inside.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"We should do the same for friends zone which we did remember we the dallas which was amazing amazing show and that was a market that we were a little bit about initially too so i think we should do to shut off everybody's on by those two cargo tickets chicago turn up for us okay so in these sound streets would you got a nice neighbor destroy birds fell in love i hope the limb love i don't know i can't tell so seldom it's t h e l e m love from fires i'm concerned the limbless delerme load so the l e m tried to tell them good started to kick i can't stop 'cause like chips well it was the guardian la we saying they have you come back to you though you know back to you though all right so then love said i'm so glad that tiffany i tried to get through it up and i wouldn't even go see i'm so glad that tiffany made it to the show i know she's a longtime fan oh that's awesome if you guys pick this comment for next week well you got it we look i already see reserve so i just want people to know that tiffany is the truth i join gene catchers a few years ago and it has completely changed my life after graduating college and go into a depression stage are found tiffany and decided to change my financial life around within two to three i was able to pay off ninety six thousand dollars student loans increase my screen core mice credit.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Clearly this is a prostitute writing a yelp review but other prostitutes who clearly saw no this is a place you know bring prostitutes because he took his ninety six grand cash and went and got three prostitutes and went to this hotel it is so many of us right now we're hearing the scripted this movie zachary what's about to happen next you got ninety six grand in cash three prostitutes in a two star motel in the bronx let's go to news twelve to prompt to find out how the story continues police are now telling us that the victim had just won a legal settlement for a car accident he was involved in any amount of ninety six thousand dollars they say he then came to the van cortlandt motel on broadway around ten pm sunday night and shared a room with repressed just hours later around seven am pops are now telling us that the women seen here said they wanted to call a friend to bring over beer and cigarettes the victim agreed but police say that the men who showed up had masks on and brought a gun instead stealing the victims money now officials have confirmed that the victim was unharmed and that they're still looking for all five of the suspects dropping close bond through the streets being discreet right ninety six granting gas you to tuesday motel in the bronx with three prostitutes those three prostitutes they're going to call a friend over and you get robbed saw what the hell did you think was going to happen i know the world is changing but it just certain universal laws that will never change of you if you are in a bronx tale with ninety six granted cash in three prostitutes it's a great chance that big online yo ass up you could have you know told five jobs who have any street experience what's.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Is truth i have never once in my life thought to check into a hotel get hookers and stay for the weekend call that a vacation you are no pat o'brien but so here's the thing i happen to be a member of it's not exclusive at all actually but it's a self help group where people tell stories and talk about their times get some money and they they check into a hotel get some hired help and spend a weekend doing whatever they want homeboy i've heard the story whatever drugs whatever rights absolutely here here i'm not at my house if i mar know lose my mind and go crazy i'm no one in my family will know the earth right and we're going to do this crazy stuff for now and then just go crazy let's okay anyway so our guys saw gifts with his suitcase full of cash on just the whole i know it's gonna go wrong as soon as i heard about the suitcase and three hookers they do it a woman after they'd done it one of the women pitched an idea hey let's get a few friends over have them bring some beer and some cigarettes you know keep the party going saul says okay and that's when two giant dudes busted down the door to the room with guns and stole the suitcases of cash now the cops are trying to track down the huggers and their friends and saul says he's pretty upset that he lost all his cash she's quote i am haunted by this i needed that money badly well that's the thing so he obviously told the hookers that he had the suitcases of cash and they called some friends who were the pence that busted and that's you know what and unfortunately they probably didn't even get the money themselves oh you mean the women get the pimps are right beat up that night so that's a win right checking the w call ninety six thousand dollars and besides the czech voters so don't do that maybe this is like a learning show is that saul and his ladies all right there you go they seem nice enough helix bummed out well yeah yeah he looks really sad hindu his head while i don't know what he makes a year at work but that could be one or two full years of work well if.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Beating cigarettes mean a you know go good with post orgasm filling party and we got we have do come by with some cigarettes and beer oh you know what ninety six thousand dollars i can't afford that i advice in that let's do it around six pta and that company actually a pair mass going goingto me burst into the room grabbed overstuffed suitcase and lit out with the women if he would have just had a gun you know what i think michael's right little month what was i saying i'm convinced they paid out in a black minivan and are still at large are haunted by several llagas who had to tell the cost of he has x prostituting our out but not states dollars really do have to give up on their basement and taylor cops i keep playing it over in my mind i was surprised they put out a gun i said what is going on help help as pending on that money to move my family i'm nervous all the time now i keep replaying over and over i see the weapon they use clearly over and over and needed to i needed to have monday bad money in your family dow i'll be like his wife and keys only me like his grandma macos i hope your wife found out she lost ninety six thousand from fucking some prostitutes that was k come fast enough come on qasr release the photos of both the suspect the government three women who are wonderful questioning police sources say ninety six thousand dollar cash settlement was the air result of the suit involved the car accident but didn't have the details can't guess the race of this do save name again victims saw matter the llagas how i want to say white women why i'm trying to riposte it.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Goodbye also had a problem in the nearby twin city of sugar algan those cute okay this story i would like to call hooker by crook al qaeda okay so this guy okay he his name is saul motto vegas and he won a lot of money he got i think what was it ninety six thousand dollars in a lawsuit settlement somebody ran into him he got a settlement cashed it in for ninety six thousand off right that's a lot of money as a lot of money and he decided that he was going to celebrate as you do i would celebrate it'd be like hey guys let's all go out and have a nice steak dinner i just one ninety six thousand dollars from this dopey lawsuit right he didn't steak dinners not his thing or maybe they were but also on his items of celebration hawker's because what better way to you know to celebrate a windfall than the cash in with some ladies of the pay for this s so he pays for the cess and as page six calls at the new york post he went to a hot sheets motel that's the thing it says thank you he celebrated his lawsuit settlement with three prostitutes at a hot sheets motel unfortunately those hot sheets prostitutes also had to gun toting pals and after the brown chicken brown cow they busted into the hotel room and took his briefcase full of the ninety six thousand dollars that he had achieved in a lawsuit a hot sheets hotel by the way is a hotel which rents rooms by the hour i never heard that term used before sheets are moving their real sheets just saying like not in this case hot sheets cool we delight odd because you'll get round anyway they showed some photos of the robbers in question they of course wearing hoodies and you could not see who they were the guy said i've been haunted by this i keep playing it over and over in my mind i was surprised they pulled a gun what's going on i said i yelled help how i was depending on that money to move my family he had suitcases with ninety six first question goto like like like what are you even call it like lawsuit's settlement store all right can we go to pennsylvania real quick yes yup okay a guy in pennsylvania he wanted a quick buck.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"W two it is it's not in any of the boxes is it votes in bucks twelve with at least a notification bus but if you ever look at your w two and you wonder why there's three boxes with your income in it three boxes with tax withholding it it box one is your taxable wages bucks to or the taxes withheld for federal in compacts purposes the bucks a lot of times is a larger number than box one because those years social security wages and those are the wages that are before you take your 401 k deduction is so the difference between those two is in some cases the 401 k deduction and then there's box five which is your medicare wages which is all of your wages not capped off for the wagebase or anything and you get the pay medicare on everything so there's different boxes and they have different amount depending upon how much income you make cordell make and how much you've contributed or don't contribute to your 401 k but so there's the difference between box one and the other boxes is your 401 k but if you're paying for medical insurance you know you have an out of pocket deduction on your your tax return for your share of your group health coverage now that doesn't show up in any of the boxes in a show up later on as the it has a footnote it's a weird thing so if you have what let's say let's say you make you know let's say you're grow your view of your pay the same eight grand a month so it's ninety six thousand dollars that's what you get that your gross pay that right real action real you don't make any more than that that's your gross.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"A year um vinet fanatically will be up to another ninety six thousand dollars i can pay off the debt much faster than that but my question is whether i still go because they'll intense and do that or wait for the reimbursement program to reimburse me uh you know the full over four years yeah pay it off into a savings account pay it down to ninety six okay 'cause units that much we know we gotta do arrives pay the other ninety six that you're going to get back into a savings account so that if something happens that you step outside of that program that you need to for some reason then you can um uh turn that around but go ahead and in a sense your debt snowball is finished if you had if you had to pay down to ninety six and yet ninety six in a savings account and then you've got the option to write a check of any moment that's in addition to your baby step three that's just to offset this student loan repayment something to get saad wage there there's an integrity are ethics problem or something in you need to get out of there you don't need golden handcuff she just leave and write a cheque but if you can stay the four years and get the fort free 100 grand i'll take the free 100 grand over the four years you a doc exactly yeah okay so household income is four hundred and yet you're 103 ninety okay the two of you yeah okay because ukraine through a bunch of debt so i knew there had to be a shovel yet my like the profession but we can and queen so we've we've had a pause on most of our debts normal right now just making sure they were okay and now rooms are fine and we're ready to pick i felt.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Flip i'm jackie quinn sales of outdoor equipment are slipping as millennials dr changes in us consumer habits analysts say millennials are favoring close and sporting goods that are less specialized in more versatile market research company npd group says industry retail sales totalled eighteen point nine billion from december 2016 through november of 2017 down six percent from the previous 12month and pds senior adviser for the sports industry says millennials are less likely than the previous generations to demand outdoor gear that stands up to extreme conditions to trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there is no sign of the thieves the trailers had four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward reports of vehicle exhaust tests on monkeys and even humans by german his car industry have been condemned by the german government and the current head of folks fog and one of the automakers involved in the test as vw still works to recover from its own emission tests scandal chairman hansdietrich perch called the tests involving monkeys totally incomprehensible a spokesman for germany's chancellor angela merkel said the tests can in no way be ethically justified and.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Two trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there's no sign of the thieves the trailers at four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward bourbon fans set a tourism record and kentucky last year more of them went to bourbon distilleries last year than ever before nearly one point two million people went on the official kentucky bourbon trail and kentucky bourbon trail craft sure last year that breaks the record set in 2016 when visitors made more than one million stops at distilleries tourism officials say along with the upswing in visitors the number of distilleries taking part is also growing with three more added last year and more expected this summer kentucky distillers association president eric gregory says it's reflecting on nine year trend and he predicts another banner year for bourbon tourism in 2018 lithuania one of the heaviest drinking nations in the world is struggling with strict liquor laws that took effect this year the country which has seen per capita alcohol consumption jumped more than twenty two percent in a.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Independence of the fbi and the department of justice hgtv says it suspended the release of a new show show house rescue because it's host is accused of molesting a girl during a sleepover 36yearold christopher dion also appeared on family flip i'm jackie quinn all the cream cheese ap's mike kemp and reports to their abrud is voluntarily recalling some of the cheese sold at its us store the company says the recalls due to possible bacterial contamination a statement released by pinera says testing from a single production day indicated the presence of a form of l'estere area in one variety of its two outs cream cheese pinera describes to re caused preemptive saying there haven't been any reported illnesses the recall includes all varieties of unexpired to ounce are eight ounce cream cheese with an expiration date on or before april ii the recall does not affect any pinero bread canadian bakery cafes i'm mike hampered two trucks with forty eight and a half tonnes of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there is no sign of the thieves the trailers had four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward fighting piracy it sees the goal of a weeklong joint exercise between malaysia's maritime agency in japan's coastguard the exercise will also focus on search and rescue operation the malaysian maritime enforcement agency says the japanese coastguard sent a patrol vessel and more than fifty crew for the exercise it also says one of two patrol vessels given to malaysia by japan will also be included the agency said in a statement monday that this is the third such exercise in five years to help build capacity because robbery it see and crossborder maritime crime remain a significant threat in malaysia's maritime zone thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that the associated press producers newsrelated books here's what's new in upcoming first pat presidential dogs cats and other creditors deadly force fatal confrontations the police the hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit ap dopp warrick slush books to purchase or visit amazon barnes and noble dot com ibooks.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"The indians will wear the while who logo one at uniform sleeves and caps in 2018 and the club will still sell merchandise featuring the mascot the indians have faced growing pressure to eliminate chief wa who for years and the has been transitioning away from the logo the indians introduced a block see insignia on some of their caps and remove signs with the wa who logo in and around progressive field the teams downtown ballpark bourbon fan said a tourism record and kentucky last year more of them went to bourbon distilleries last year than ever before nearly one point two million people went on the official kentucky bourbon trail and kentucky bourbon trail craft sure last year that breaks the record set in 2016 when visitors made more than one million stops at distilleries tourism officials say along with the upswing in visitors the number of distilleries taking part is also growing with three more added last year and more expected this summer kentucky distillers association president derrick gregory says it's reflecting on nine year trend and he predicts another banner year four bourbon tourism in 2018 two trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there is no sign of the thieves the trailers at four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and forever connect brock besser who scored two goals and had one assist on the night was named mvp the central division faced off against the pacific in game one of the threeonthree elimination contest nathan mckinnon and pk sue band scored the only goal so the central which ended up losing to the pacific five two nikita koutros hattrick led the atlantic to a seven four win and onto the finals anaheim's ricard raquel contributed to the pacific's win with a pair of goals the winning team split surprised purse of one million dollars what march.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Of outdoor equipment are slipping as millennials dr changes in us consumer habits analysts say millennials are favoring closed and sporting goods that are less specialize in more versatile market research company npd group says industry retail sales totalled eighteen point nine billion from december 2016 through november of 2017 down six percent from the previous 12month and senior adviser for the sports industry says millennials are less likely than the previous generations to demand outdoor gear that stands up to extreme conditions it's back to reality tv for a former advisor to president trump a piece julie walker reports so morose a medical newman who left the white house under dramatic circumstances as of uk amahoro says following up per year in the white house with us stint on celebrity big brother as one of the contestants accustomed to the spotlight on morose appeared on the apprentice where she became a favorite of then host donald trump she helped with his presidential campaign and followed him to the white house as an adviser but a year later was out of a job on morose a maintains she was not fired and at the time she said she has stories to tell i'm julie walker two trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there is no sign of the thieves the trailers at four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lar also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward hi it's jamie progresses employee of the month two months in a row lead message at that time jamie hit me dig me i just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to hear and trump on goes blah blah y you say well be fine carbajal options to fit your budget then we just all do finger snaps wall choir goes savings come in at savings coming at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight i got new lyrics for the rapper break progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates person coverage mentioned.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Okay no debt follows you effort death on except to the extent that anything you own would have to be used to clear your dad do you have a lot of assets and i am a watts area that we started uh when i was fifteen find my wonderful stepped and listening to your show for years um and it's probably worth a maximum of five thousand dollars um so we'd be fun but you'll that would be gone that would be that would be the due to your estate consists of what you own minus what you owe and if you don't own enough to cover what you owe them a debt is not inherited by people that are left behind uh everyone that's over eighteen should have a will and if you don't have one jump on us legal forms dot com and get one done it so just a few dollars to get like thirty bucks or something to get a will kit that's specific to your state everyone should but particularly where you're having a something a procedure like this and you're concerned and i'm sure there's no no imminent problem but you know you're concerned about it and so oh it's a good reminder for all of us that we need to do that everyone should have oil rich is in knoxville merry christmas rich how can i help banks gave my question concerns student loan debt and marriage and and more specifically um my fiance has about ninety six thousand dollars in student loan guy which she's deferred over many many years hasn't really been response with her for that and my fear is that if we get married i will then be responsible to pay off that debt and and i myself in very good at not having at and i'd like some advice.

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"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"What's going to show up all the tax return is 60 and there's no phase dinner phase out its it the deduction happens before he didn't come close to the 401 k to the ted fight what about film walk lawyers on your sander no reported but still we cannot do of a walk artery shoot employed we w two i retired with a full with work for the gain of three hundred thousand dollars sitting on the tax return your adjusted grows think of is going to be wale over the one hundred ninety six thousand dollar limit for could attributing anything to a roth ira direct like okay very good threshold drug immune uh what about probably twenty five one week getting not how they all old girl colder year but correct he'll be picking this year or two food till goal is neither going to be a bit surveyed the maintenance deductible off the schedule lee based on the anc of improved that they're going to add to your basis so he got it should have an effect talk to your kids about how to account for it yet most her improvement us or prove said greece your basis which reduces your game oh kid dubbed with otherwise you got a goal in pick here the lebanese best either maintenance or or improve yeah yeah it's going to be deductible against income or is going to be deductible against game so the result still the same basically yes i do the way but no it three views were very much linked over single paid a book he wrote yeah big twitter that we're not there before affleck flicked a yeah you bought this property how long ago wasn't he said the dark i didn't before they seventy four i was gonna say because you of if he'd be paid that i mean it was while is that is that in this area live there in denver southwest it's all political operated handing the felfel syria foot on the road between three cryptic enough you wanted four hundred four twenty older who two thousand eleven were people one level oh okay the official sparkle while reiterating a to it uh we've we've had a couple or appropriate kilmer will you wait a little people into load out if.

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