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"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"An unsolicited takeover offer from an investment firm back in February. So I'm a little concerned about where Laura Ashley may be headed. And if this company is gonna survive. This does not look good. And honestly, I had forgotten that Laura actually still existed. Yeah. It's one of those brands that when you see it. It's so recognizable. Yeah. Oh, yeah, we've been talking about it in my family a lot. Actually, because when I thirteen I guess, a repaint my room and decorate and I had a head to toe lar- Ashley room ceiling, the floor side to side and the curtains still exist from that room. And I know this because my mother got them out the other day. What was the color story of those curtains, purple, the whole, the whole room was lavender, a walls, relavent her the bed sat was lavender. The with that floral print that is so recognizable. The curtains were lavender sheers that went all the way down on the floor. The only problem was, we weren't going to replace the carpet because that's a pretty big expenditure. So I had all that lavender and some pink carpet. I wasn't up pink combat team. So it was rough going for a couple of years. I do love how feminine it is. I do. I hope they're able to pull something out. I really do. So if I'm remembering correctly, Laura. Ashley, the company does not currently still make clothes. I think they ju just furnishings. I was on there. I was on the dockside recently. Because I was looking I was just trying to remember what they were doing. They, they do clothing. Yeah. I'm looking at some floral print dresses right now. Do they look modern? I think the cuts are modern. I'm looking at a very beautiful yellow and white sheath, dress right now it's one hundred fifty eight dollars. It's made from linen blend. It's something I definitely would wear. I just have this time capsule image of Laura Ashley dresses in my head. Probably because whenever I find them through stores. It's like that early eighties. Prairie dress kind of vibe. I think that's part of it too. There's so much that can be thrift it from this company that is vintage that some of it works, and some of it is very much feels like of the time, but all the fabric seems to have held up like a champ for some reason flowers. Don't die those curtains, those curtains, are still kicking are actually, you know, that's along the same the same theme here of missed out. I wonder why everybody's so. Oh nostalgic. All the sudden because everything is terrible and going up in flames. That would do it that there's comfort and thinking back and being like, oh wasn't it? So great. I don't really know if it really was great. But maybe there's some solace in it somewhere. Probably just felt great because we weren't on the internet all day. To watch it all burn out the next day. Anyway, I'll take those problems to be. Nope. Don't really have a transition away from the nostalgia, but I have this blunt Siaga is going to offer full for your scholarships to two students at the Pratt institute..
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Were restricted parking in a number of locations. People should really pay attention to those signs because we're also getting. Alacrity a similar warning comes from the Seattle police department. It's officers will aggressively patrol intersections where cars commonly blocked the box that is entered. The intersection only to get stuck in the middle blocking the boxes a one hundred fifty eight dollar ticket. But SPD's says handing out tickets is secondary to the priority. Mission to keep traffic moving in downtown Seattle. Corwin hake. Komo news. Recently struck down Seattle initiative one twenty four and now the city attorney plans to appeal the ruling to the state supreme court initiative required hotels provide workers with panics, which is in case of sexual assault. It also limited the amount of square footage workers were required to clean in a given day, and it also increased their health coverage. The state court of appeals ruled the measure covered too many topics for a single initiative union local eight vice president Sarah warrants says she's happy about the move from the city attorney. This is the vision and the court will hear it. Seventy seven percent of Seattle voters approved the initiative in two thousand sixteen a record year for bowling. But komo's Charlie harder. Tells us the company slightly missed its goal. Owing plants are humming with eight hundred six jets delivered in two thousand eighteen that is a record number. But the planemaker had projected it would deliver eight hundred ten jets. Okay. Aviation analyst Scott Hamilton with the Liam company. Your thoughts. He says there were some slight issues with engine deliveries throughout the year. Although Boeing hasn't released its official goals for twenty nine thousand nine. Hamilton says he expects the company to keep on this brisk pace for years to come. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Komo news time nine ten and from the Harley exteriors sports desk. Former number two overall pick Dustin acmes returning to the Seattle Mariners on a minor league deal after spending the past two seasons in the minors with the Los Angeles. Angels, Tom Glasgow has more sports Mike Hopkins. Huskies will be in Salt Lake City tomorrow to take on the UT Utah. You'll hear right here on KOMO news. Our pre game coverage getting underway at six thirty game. Time set for seven o'clock. Coach hop talking about the Utah fence last year here they were three for sixteen from three point land the first half in the second half the only shot four threes. And pounded inside. They went to the foul line eighteen times and the score shot seventy percent inside. So they can. Be a lot of different ways looking to take their conference record to two zero before moving onto boulder to take on Colorado onto the NFL. Denver Broncos will be hiring Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio as their head coach and the Cleveland Browns have hired offensive coordinator..
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"The box that is entered. The intersection only to get stuck in the middle blocking the boxes a one hundred fifty eight dollar ticket. But SPD's says handing out tickets is secondary to the priority. Mission to keep traffic moving in downtown Seattle. Corwin hake. Komo news. By the closes for Good Friday night at ten o'clock three weeks later, the new highway ninety nine tunnel is expected to open. I say work from home five four, marina Rockinger. With our KOMO AAA traffic. Okay. Don, I'm working from home. I don't know if that'll help me here. What's the plan? Yes. Okay. It's a very heavy commute out there. We have solid slow down. Southbound I five from northeast eighty fifth through the district and through downtown Seattle all the way down to the west Seattle bridge because of a blocking problem that it looks like it may have cleared out of the way. But that's why we're still seeing solid traffic as you make your approach. It's quite tough on five twenty westbound now from the east side of the evergreen point floating bridge ninety second as you head towards the bridge and all the way over to montlake southbound four zero five really struggling in Bellevue from five. Twenty two coal creek. Northbound is top from five twenty pass totem lake and continues to be sluggish all the way through canyon park. We are going to see it very difficult. Northbound I five from the county line and Mountlake terrace to Lynnwood in Everett. We've got a slow go from seventy third on up to highway two southbound I five bumper to bumper traffic in Federal Way from three twentieth. All the way down through the five curve past fifty four southbound one six seven is also struggling as typically from highway eighteen down past three seventy six. Sixth..
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You're only getting a one point six percent dividend. But the only use seventeen percent of their earnings paid. And also would like to see them increase at a little bit to get a nicer dividend yield there for you. Sales are up ten point two percent year over year, not quite as good as the internship eleven point four earnings per share. And this could be part of the problem. You're beautiful Astro months. Only up four point four the industry was up thirty three point seven. So they are going. They're sales at ten percent. But earnings are only up four point four percent. I would like to see that higher the balance sheet current racial one point four same as the industry debt equities eighty nine for FedEx, but one hundred sixteen for the industry, so they're less debt equity. I like seeing that return on equity is sixteen point nine versus thirty six. I'm okay with that a net profit margin for FedEx four point five that is blow the seven, and we do see we see Latrobe was seven point five eight point eight and inventory trumpeter thirty eight versus thirty four. So some numbers not quite good there. Jas what you got in the earnings going forward. Dc current price for FedEx at one hundred fifty eight dollars and ninety eight cents. And this is why we think it's attractive fifty two week. I two hundred seventy four dollars and sixty six cents while I mean, what a fall I don't wanna say the price fall actually makes it attractive, but. Valuations balance sheet all look pretty strong, and it is near its fifty two week low of one hundred fifty dollars ninety four cents. And also we look out to may two thousand twenty s e estimated on on a gap base of seventeen dollars and eighty two cents while say target sell price two hundred ninety four dollars and three cents. So not quite one hundred hundred Turnbull can pretty darn close. Yeah. And it's one of these companies that again, we always talk about this and it can last for for a long time, whereas overpriced. And and I thought like I can't believe it was two seventy four that's pretty high. But now these levels I mean, and he's still got do a lot more research understand this. But I mean based on what we're saying here. It's definitely with research. It's look pretty attractive. Yeah. I guess I like the business. I like the concept of what they do especially in this market. It's a simple business. And the only thing they have to deal with it could be a problem is rising oil prices are fuel prices other than that. I don't see any. It's not a complicated business. Second technology company. Yeah. The only other thing is there's some concern over packaging costs increase from the US PS. But in potentially Amazon, that's the other thing is how much does Amazon makeup of FedEx business, and I just realized something to didn't Amazon come up with the idea perhaps having their own. Plains lanes mailing system, and so forth back that that could be a detriment to FedEx. And I don't know if they have the capabilities doing that Amazon exits. I mean, FedEx has perfect system of I think Memphis, and it just works very well could Amazon do it and actually be the downfall of that. Because it's very costly to do things. And sometimes it's better off using a company that knows what they're doing as opposed to using. Hey, we can do everything and the cost can be very high. Yeah. I think the thing is it doesn't cost that much. I don't believe to use FedEx. So. Yeah. Amazon doesn't use fed ex exclusively. But I think that the businesses is very very strong and thing it's definitely worth further research before buying the company. Exactly. All right. Let's go out to our up to Santa Barbara and speak with Pat, Pat, you on the smart Smartvestor Brennan chase. How can we help you? Hey, guys. Appreciate your show. Your opinion on square s q. Okay. Do you hold that? Or looking at buying. You know, looking at just looking at it. I watched CNBC a lot. And I remember the guy out when it was near a hundred. Oh, okay. So I can't find a P E on it. And that's the same thing. I was just looking at it. I don't think they have a PE 'cause they probably don't have any earnings and again to square symbols s q prices sales. I mean, kind of go on here. So you can see here pressure sales are kinda high as well. Seven point eight percent, six point three price to book value nights to see the have when it's twenty nine point six that's below the industry seventy four price of casual very expensive one thousand versus twenty point four. Now their sales are pretty nice up. Forty five percent year over year beating the industry at fifteen point three earnings per share for them I've grown by fifty five point six percent about w and shipped thirty point five the balance sheet starting to get a little bit weak here. They've got a current racial one point five or two point three debt. Now ninety one versus eighty four not in trouble. Yep. I'm concerned that this is a growing company that they now have to tap the debt markets a lot and that could hurt them down the road. We're trying to we're trying to raise a negative two point eight reposited twelve point four net profit margin, a negative point nine versus a positive nine point seven. So losing about a penny for every dollar. They bring in. Turnovers three point three versus six point two an inventory, very good seventy eight I eleven point six. And now the company I like what they do. I mean, it really helps small businesses and transactions and so forth. I think they're are bound she might be a little skewed. I don't know if they're doing yet. I know they talked about small business lending and different types of financial issues, which could have an impact on that down shoot. So definitely honor saying that Pat before kind of digging deeper into this company, but like you said fifty five dollars and eighty seven cents current price. I mean, it it's taking a beating from fifty two weeks one hundred one dollars and fifteen cents. And like, you are a member on CNBC all square, you know? Oh my gosh. It's it's done. So well, it's it's going crazy. And I don't remember the Kramer. Doc in the future. And you gotta have this, man. I'm really. I remember that saying gosh it looks quite pricey. We do see the fifty two week lows thirty four dollars and thirty eight cents. I mean, you had a huge gain from that low to the high and like I said it has pulled back quite drastically from that high. That's going to be careful of these high growth companies because when ball till he hits they get hit the hardest quite often. But if we do look for two thousand nineteen they are estimate make three cents here. So just not enough money in our opinion in terms of profit because we get a target sell price about fifty cents. So definitely something. That's interesting company. But just not ready for us to actually invest in. It could be a great company maybe five years from now if they do grow and stabilize that business. Got you guys. Thank you so much have happy new year. You do Pat. Thanks for calling. All right. Well, that was on the phone line one eight hundred seven six zero k f m b that's one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two by looked is. It is time for the mid.
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Two and tomorrow, light rain snow mix early then turning mostly cloudy. Blustery a high of thirty six right now here forty four midway Forty-six were Neka forty six along the lakefront also forty six I'm Kim, Gordon and the WGN radio newsroom, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Twenty WGN Jian John here in for Bill and Wendy until twelve o'clock, then we move over to the stream, and that leads us to the interest business lunch. Steve Bertrand coming up at noon on seven twenty do you just watch me? How's that bagel? I I just I hadn't eaten yet today. Impressive. I really went through that didn't even get it until we went out to sports, so sports, weather, and traffic, I and and orien- gave me tidy my bagel, but you've been up for a long time. It's right on the the jam every morning, I'm WCW and that's an early morning wakeup about three o'clock most days. So that is impressive. I know. So it's like my dinner time. I am hungry. Oh, we're talking about in laws and the holiday season coming up. Of course, that means we're going to be seeing a lot of our lost some of you love your in laws or some of you tolerate them. But if there was let's say a monetary amount. You could pay without any repercussion someone asked. Whether it be backlash like if they know you didn't come that year. You know that would carry over the next year in grumpiness. I think this would exist in a magical world. Yes. Where there would be no backlash. No feelings would be hurt. It would just be a monetary amount. You would be willing to pay as you kind of make it not happen. Yeah. What could you what could you pay? So someone takes it in from the seven hundred Sudafed, I won't say her last name. People will know she'd rather she's been a hundred bucks. She'd rather be with their friends and their families. Happy holidays a hundred bucks. Well, your your friends are the family that you choose and it's less stressful. You didn't choose your family. Born into it. You know, especially the in laws, you know. That's crucially didn't choose that four one four says I love my niece, but we had a vegan thanksgiving and vegan Christmas. I want meat at Christmas is touching something on my not my in laws, but my brothers in laws, which I shouldn't tell too much about. 'cause they're great people. They're wonderful, but they're vegan, and that's great and they host. But it drives people crazy sometimes I didn't even think about all the allergies food allergies. This is because some people are gluten free vegetarian. Pesca -tarian right vegans was all sorts of different things. The interesting thing about a disease, all sorts of legitimate reasons for not eating gluten, of course. And that causes a lot of issues. But with the vegan thing that is interesting because I know this couple again, they're awesome people. We love hanging out. Obviously, we share a niece and nephew. And I know their mom listens. WGN all the time. I Cynthia, but what other kids is vegan. And so is his wife, and, but I guess that they their Christmas because it's like an inlaws inlaws that situation is, but they not only do they serve Egan food, of course. But then you can't even bring like a meat dish. Oh, so they forbade for beta because that's their belief system. And that's, but I know that they guests might want a little bit of meat. Maybe that's the tradition that they had growing up for whether it was Turkey or whether it ham or roast or something interesting. I find that very interesting because usually when somebody is hosting, and it's a vegan or vegetarian actually prepare something for other folks that are coming that would be with me. Let's see the really hard. Maybe they were hardcore hardcore they maybe one going to make that sort of thing that they're trying to pass judgment saying, hey in our household. This is the deal. This is what we live by. But you could see why that'd be tougher to ask. Now when other people hosts to then yes, do this. Do you guys go out of your way to provide vegetarian or vegan options? Yes. So by dad cooks for thanksgiving and for Christmas. Even again, we're a very welcoming family, and they are too. So we kind of combined things together. Sometimes. And yes, I don't know if it's a particularly difficult dish. I don't think my dad's like getting one hundred one vegan recipes, but he'll make sure he gets gluten free pasta because that's the thing and some sauce that is begin free. I don't know exactly what it is. He's not going out and buying tofu or tofurkey or something like that. I don't think he can figure it out. He's a great cook. But he does provide usually a dish. And then we have vegetables or fruit there too. So do you feel like that him doing that means that it should be returned the other way reciprocated I think kind of all bets are off when it's your hosting hosting. It's about you being the host get their philosophy in terms of animal, welfare and rights. And then also it's good for the environment all of this. I get it. But I just think when you're hosting. It's like any it's already a contentious difficult time the holiday. As mean, you might as well make it a little easier. So that people feel like they have they can feel homey. And that they feel welcome and hosting is about welcoming exactly provide. What people love about to say something that I would get my brother in trouble. Oh, no. I know. So this is my brother it's his in laws again. I can't go great here never going to be invited. Maybe this isn't so bad. Maybe they know this happens. But I think that my brother goes that. I think that other people do they go to like McDonald's or something beforehand and low couple double cheeseburgers or something on their way. So that they're not so hungry if they if they don't love the food as much as they do, and maybe they know that happens in. That's okay. Maybe they don't and I just got them in trouble. But this I mean that is something when you start with your host state. And I think that's an interesting question. Do you cater to your guests or do you cook? Whatever the heck you want to cook. Listen, we gotta Texas says why do you talk about vegans like they have a disease. No, actually, are very honestly, I wish I could be I cannot be vegan. Because when it's it takes a lot of work. Famish? I had that philosophical. Conviction to do that. One. I'm very, sadly. I eat a lot of bacon. Ran I wear leather wouldn't even be the meat would be the dough in like when you put eggs into a pasta and you make like I couldn't do that. I don't think or cheese. I love cheese. No, you were just comparing other dietary restrictions that to adhere to. Veganism got to think about all that. This is why the holidays can be stressful because you got to think about everybody seventy eight says lease let them bring something they prefer. I think that's something that's important too. So that's something that's important. The seventy eight says that we're being disrespectful to the family. Interesting. I have a small family of always envied friends with large families. Believe me some holidays can be quite seems like being willing to pay off. Yeah. Someone spend time with them. And I was saying that there's many people that love it, blah, blah, blah that. That's great. Yes. Yes. And if you're lonely, I welcome it anyone that you can have your family. That's great. We're don't want people that don't want that. Yes. I guess I can reveal the dollar amount. It also a four seven is. If you want people to come over, you should have a variety for everyone. Yeah. But I get it like that's their philosophy. That's what they go with it. They don't want it in their house. That's great. They also brew incredible beer. I will say so it is awesome. They do have beer that they downstairs. So it's really good. I mean, I have a very small family, but I still like to go out and get a drink because it's stressful. Yes. So the dollar amount is if you could not spend time with your in laws about so you chose to jail. I'm sure some people said zero dollars. I love my in laws the dollar around is one hundred fifty eight dollars. That's the average price tag that someone would pay to not have to see their in laws over the holiday that sounds about right. It sounds like about a gift and a half or two gifts worth worthy stuff. And you wouldn't have to do that. I know, you know, that's yeah. We're gonna take a quick commercial break. And then we've got some more holiday chat here on seven twenty WGN business.
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"London on NPR sports leader. People still wanna talk side dishes. A couple of quick things will hit some side dishes. We got some sixty specimens, including this amount of money is what Americans on average would spend to avoid their in laws this holiday season. So you've got that going for you, which is nice. I saw this story. I wanted to get give this to you really quickly. About seventy percent now of college Chinese happen today. They they usually happen in the spring. But they've kind of changed that up. But this is a we've been talking about the Pac twelve for the last number of days, and Rick neuheisel's said that or Goni in peace, you know, the size of the players. The trenches is where the problem is. There's a kid in Utah that lives east high school is about two three miles away from the university of Utah campus, I'd probably not pronouncing his name correctly. He's a Tongan player, but his name is Sayaka Aki, Sayaka hockey. He was looking at Oregon Florida USC in Utah, again, three miles from the Utah campus. So he was looking at three Pac twelve schools, plus Florida and LSU organ USC, Utah in the Pac twelve in Florida in LSU in the SEC. He's a defensive tackle five star kid about six five three hundred pounds dominant player where do you think you went? Told me. So I can't say he went to LSU. I mean, that's the problem kid is like literally, correct. They're big in Salt Lake. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Are you right there? They're winning. You're right there or USC which has a lot of players Utah has a lot of Tongan players. Well, that's why I was big for organ to get that kid at a Wesley. Don't forget his name. But yeah, I think the number one in the country defensive end. You don't I I'd be curious to see how many big time Alabama flair players leave Alabama, or let's say leave Alabama and Georgia like that kind of area right there. Or how many big time Florida players leave Florida state Florida in Miami. You're going where you're here. The Pac twelve we get these guys need to leave the conference didn't the kids to miles of the Utah campaign. I like to leave the area, they just think the conference here. And look, I don't blame them. I don't blame him. Again, you watch SEC game in a big ten game mostly SEC it looks different than pact. Well, it just look on TV. It looks like I can see I wanna do that. I wanna I wanna go play their only go play there. The the Pac twelve can be competitive and can be good. I've seen it before. It's going to happen at some point. I think maybe about the time Saturn loses its rings, which by the way is happening. Read that the rings are being lost on Saturn really maturing because you didn't say anything about Uranus. I didn't. And I thought you would I may have. But you said it for me. See of tricky too. Does reading this story. And it said Saturday is losing losing it rings as like go, man. That's not I don't see in the sky, so a huge deal. And then they go the planet is gonna lose it rings probably about three hundred million years. Mike, what would shut up? Just go away misleading headline way it three hundred million years, and they go well, they're saying well, the planet's young it's a four billion like losing the stars in relation to how old the planet is which they say is four billion years old. So yeah, I mean, I guess being around four billion years and losing it after three hundred million in three years that seems like kind of a bummer, but I'm like go you out get outta here. Want to hear about some? No one's going to be around three hundred million years. We be there's a good possibility that is it three hundred million. So there you go. I think in poor sadder than I was like, well suck it up sadder at three hundred million. Here's left at your rings, go away. We'll take another one on the side dish that will hit the six thirty specials. Joe's in concord high joke. Oh here comes up. I didn't see be Smith was gone. Sorry. Save is Ogden. There we go. What's going on? Hey, are you doing are you doing? Good. All right. So redneck goulash redneck. Wow. Two words, I love. A redneck goulash. Frappes and potatoes in a pan. Then you jump in Canada to of green maize and. And then will backup whipped cream as creamed corn? Okay. Got you. I was thinking is that like a cross between men as I put manny's in this thing. Okay cream as okay. We're good. So far. Keep up keep up then you drop it drop in several eggs and scramble that up a little bit. And then you top it with some sliced wieners. Wow. Think a right turn on me? Right. Turn clyde. Is going to be your side dish. I dropped out on the table for Christmas. Forget funny, man. That would be outstanding over it'll it'll be their favorite. Now. Are we talking like the regular Oscar Mayer? Are we talking cocktail waiter? Yes. Yes. Yeah. Just a regular Oscar Mayer wiener. Yeah. Lamb on top. Sounds like they would like that a lot my dog Lulu. I bet it tastes good. When he started out taste good. Do you put any hot sauce on it? Oh, absolutely. Fatiha choper too. Thanks Joe, Joe. Imagine drop out in your family that would be. Alpe tupelo. I'll take care of the side dish don't worry about it. You lay that on it in like a casserole dish your second. Remember that's easy to remember too for other potatoes. But the cream corn and their two eggs chop the wieners up. That's that is the. Right. They're not dubbed. Don't we? On the table. You've really just look like what are you doing? Can I just tell some spam on there too? Hire you right now. That'd be incredible. Wow. That is outstanding happiness at the holidays. It's worth a lot too many Americans. In fact, you can put a one hundred fifty eight dollar price tag on that for some Americans. The average American admits that they would spend one hundred fifty eight dollars to avoid having to sit down with their in inlaws this holiday season that according to a yelp survey about twenty two hundred fifty Americans. One hundred fifty eight. Got along with my in laws when I was okay with it. Yeah. I have no I wouldn't do that. But I would say this. I have avoided family on occasion and said and not been entirely truthful, and I did not want to go for the holidays. I just don't want to travel or something, and it's not really an amount of money. I didn't I never said like I can't spend the money to fly or I can't. I just said, I I gotta work. Forgot you can you can if you want to spend six dollars less you still have to go to dinner, but you don't have to talk politics. They said they'd pay a buck fifty to to not talk politics. I talk with my mom, it'd be like five hundred dollars five hundred bucks. We are one of those families that a lot of people are on opposite ends nobody's really in the middle. And so once that conversation starts, it gets nasty nasty nasty like it's happened before. Like, it's the first night of let's say there's four or five together and all the family gets together, and we all make concerted effort. We all talk about it when you know. So and so gets it. Well, they're not missing my aunt, Terry when she don't talk, no politics, and yet, my mom will keep on CNN or FOX or something inevitably. It's gonna come up. So then they start talking about my mom gets in a fight somebody jumps in somebody jumps in some jumps in. And literally the first night will ruin an expert just because of politics. I don't know if anybody else's family. I think there's a lot of my family. We all are on the same side. I don't really talk politics all that much anyway, but I wouldn't pay any money because even if they weren't they decided to say, no, you're right. Whatever. Absolutely. I totally agree with you. I just. You're not going to do that. They pay hundred and forty three dollars to put up. Fodder and forty three dollars to have someone put up all their decorations. I put up I would pay more. Would you do pay more? I just I don't like jumping up on the roof. I'm not like, Steve I'm not gonna I'm not gonna scale a tree scale that. Sorry, barefoot scale the tree. Now. I I don't get it. I used to I used to be like Christmas vacation. My dad would tell me. Here's the lights. Here's everything. I'm too old. I'm not jumping up there. You do it. Now. I will go up there eaten. It depends on how high, but I have somebody put up my lights everything. Okay. What one hundred and twenty eight dollars to take them down. So people I guess feel like it's easier to take him down. So the only gonna pay one twenty eight to take him down. Yeah. It is def definitely is ninety six dollars to wrap your gifts. I'm terrible at it. But I do I'm a terrible rapper. But I don't have that much to wrap up paying ninety six dollars. If somebody wrap my gifts plus for an extra. I don't know if people will pay this, but on Amazon, I think it's four or five bucks. And they just do it. It's pretty it's pretty cheesy trying to think what I was. Hey like during the holidays. Well, I don't mind the cooking the cooking kind of fun that didn't bother me. Drink while you cook. Yeah. Yeah. The whole process I may pay someone to get me beers during bowl games. They gotta get up. I watch the games that would be sweet. So they go door to door dash delivered booze. Do they know? And by the way, people that it's called saucy people that I didn't know that I need to get them that work at door. Dash. I mean, I'm just I'm just curious. I'm just throwing this out there. Is a high school education. Like, did you have to have that? Or can you just sign up for door? Dash and give you have a car and a slice. Okay. Because I mean the door dashes like the greatest idea that they screw up. So many times, it's amazing. And if your door, and let me ask you this door dash, how come the order gets the B's has to be sent to Jordache endured ask calls, the service and orders for you. Why can't you just call the restaurant order than door dad's comes and picks it up so you don't screw it up. I got like a half a glass of tea from Starbucks like a couple of days ago. I half glass either. They drank it or they don't. No, I kid you not it was half. No. Oh, it was half. Had the spill had to this, dude. Like drink by drink crush. My passion fruit is here with. What's up with this? Do all that sick. What happened to my drink? That's the worst to awesome. Awesome. And they were good. They credited your account more than you spent for the tea, and they're always like they always help you out. So I'll give door to credit for that. But I mean, come on. Let's start screening your drivers just a little bit just a little bit. Those are my two complaints with door. Dash green who's driving for you. All right. And and and find a mechanism where you call the the restaurant itself and endorse. All they do is pick it up. Well, like, you said did the more place. My orders for me. Yeah. The more people involved between you and your food or whatever your drinks, or whatever it is. You're ordering the bigger chance. It's going to get screwed up. Yeah. That's it. So you directly talk to the restaurant Kansas are. You're going to get the right order, but it is a great service to credible service. I mean, if I was in college when that was going on. That's where I would have spent all my money. Yeah. A lot of times hung over. You're playing video games. You're do. You don't wanna leave? I mean, they we we have to be like a platinum customer for door. Dash. Our house at least every other day at least every other day. I mean just with the door. But.
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Android, and blackberry. News talk radio. Yes. Sharana that we have. Trolla and the fake sure. On the ruins better, obviously. Well, of course, yes. All right. Can you imagine that being like, the the knack? That's the group that did that. And you're you're known for that maybe a couple of others, but that's probably your big one. And then going to, you know, trying to tour around the country, and the only thing anybody ever wants to hear is my Sharona would just get on me after a while. I don't know how bands do it. I really don't know. I mean, it helps to have like the Beatles. Mccartney or somebody you got like thirty forty songs that everybody will sing along with and everybody knows. But if you know bay city rollers. What Saturday night? Hey, we got some new songs you'd like to do. No, no. I don't even want to listen to wait for that line. Exactly. All right. So anyway, we are here. My thanksgiving. Mark scouser. Oh. You remember that song city roller? Hey city rollers the one hit one. I think they're a one hit wonder, but they weren't even they had one that the there was maybe one other one that was starting to creep up. And it was yeah. That was a bad time, very bad time. Anyway. Yes, again, my thanks to Mark Scouser for coming on the chief investment officer Lucia capital management. Hope you heard that, you know. The people who who need to sell money there to sell stock sell equities sell securities out of their portfolio in order to pay the rent next month, or whatever I'm kind of exaggerating. You know, you're going to be in trouble. At the time that especially if you retire at the time that the markets go down, and they do go down the last time we had a real downturn was nine and a half years ago. That's an eternity in investing. So my thought was to ask Mark about this. Where does he think it's going from here? I mean, you can't make any real predictions. But if you have a fifteen year time horizon like Mark does with the bucket three portfolios that he's got there at Lucia capital management. I'll tell you what the strategy is a whole lot different. And there's not a whole lot of pressure to perform immediately because if you try to perform immediately and get as we said a little extra juice out of the market over the next year, you could be asking for trouble. And we just don't want that. So anyway, Mark talked about that a little bit about interest rates, and it's always good to get his perspective. If you wanna give us a call eight seven seven planner P L A, double N E R what a couple of emails. Our topic was opposed to deal with capital gains taxes on home sales. Whether it was primary or a rental, home investment, home vacation home that kind of thing. And so we don't have enough time to talk about that. I'll put that off to another day more pressing issues. Happened today. We did talk a little bit about life insurance life insurance strategies, and I'd like to get into that. Maybe some time a little bit later on this week. In fact, how do you like this professor Plum, we're gonna be talking about life insurance strategies coming up on Thursday? Okay. So be prepared for that. If you missed the discussion last hour, pretty good one. All right. So let's do a couple of emails here. Eric in Annapolis. Maryland says my wife, and I will be moving from Maryland to California soon. We own five rental properties. Condos in Virginia each worth about two hundred and fifty thousand bucks. Nice. Yeah. We've already got a four million dollar umbrella policy. But I'm wondering if we should also put each of them in separate LLC's, limited liability companies, and also how what California tax our properties in Virginia. Well, the LLC's you don't have to do a California LLC properties aren't in California. So you could find out what it costs to do an LLC for Virginia. I don't know the price California. If you had a California property, regardless of where you created the LLC to have a valid in California after registered, California, that's eight hundred bucks a year. One for each one. So that'd be a little pricy on five of them, hoping Virginia's significant let's expensive. And what that does is that isolates each of the properties from each other. And so that a problem at one of the properties doesn't spillover assuming you're not involved in that problem does not spillover and put the other four properties in jeopardy as well. So it's a nice way. You can it's another level of insurance. It doesn't save that property necessarily. That's what insurance is for. But it could help you isolate and basically put silos on each one of the property. So that only you know. It can really affect the problem with that one. Now, if you do something silly and somebody sues you, personally, and it has nothing to threaten us Reynolds. Still gone if they win lawsuits, but if it happens at the rental property moving up towards you if they can't say that you did it negligent act, you should be protected. The other assets should be protected if you have the LLC's so check out the pricing on the Virginia. Now as far as California taxes involved. If you're a resident of California, they kind of act like the federal government, that's respect they're gonna tax on everything the earn regardless of where it's earned. So you bring it into California you live in California. It's they're going to say, you're a California resident you pay tax on all your earnings, regardless of where it's from. So it'll be taxable in California. Yeah. Obviously the net number. So you may be charging two thousand dollars a month for each of these rental condos you're getting ten thousand dollars a month in rental income, but you've got expenses the expensive one of them that is true insurance repairs, maybe some downtime all the things that go along with a business of renting property, those are all deductible. What about depreciation where does that show appreciation shows up on the schedule E as well. And it will be able to reduce the taxable income from those properties. And so it could you may be getting quite a bit of income, but you may not have to pay tax at least not right now. So yeah. But California's you'll look at the net number and say, oh, yeah. They're they're they're pretty we know them quite well. And you think the IRS is bad. Don't go up against the franchise tax board in the state of California. Yeah. And they're not the only ones I've I've heard of several others that that really are aggressive and once again, it's just because they really do use the tax money. They have to they have to balance their books, or at least appear to okay. Whether or not they actually do, you know? There's another story. Let's see here social security question from Jacko saying that right? In racine. Wisconsin. In may, I will be sixty six and we'll have reached full retirement age. I've been informed that I will receive approximately twenty one hundred fifty eight dollars a month approximately. Give or take a few cents. If I choose to start collecting how much tax will I pay on this. I do plan to continue working where I earn about sixty five thousand dollars yearly. Thank you Jacko in Racine. Haven't done the calculation totally. But it looks like probably a good portion of that twenty one fifty a month. The first year you're not gonna be receiving twelve months worth of it. You don't really receive. If you started you get June's payment. So you get seven payments at twenty one fifty eight and probably about eighty five percent of that. I don't know if the full eighty five reached, but you're pretty close to that. It's going to be taxed at it'll be on the twenty two percent income tax bracket so on a full year racist twenty one fifty eight times twelve sixteen fifteen thousand something times point eight five while the full year, you would end up paying tax on about twenty two thousand dollars at the twenty two percent tax bracket. Because we're going on the assumption single that single. Okay. Well, whatever we're going on on the single assumption here. Yeah. Single in this particular issue, and you would end up paying times. Times point through to about forty eight hundred dollars of the twenty five thousand dollars. You receive twenty percent on average will be we'll be your tax Bill, your tax liability because of that social security. Yeah. Now once you turn full retirement age, you will be able to earn. Get your social security benefit, even if you're still working. There is no earnings limitations once you reached full retirement age. So the you won't have to give back, but it is you're going to be taxable because you're making sixty five thousand a year. Other sources of income. Now, if you're making sixty five thousand year, but you put in twenty five thousand of it away in a 4._0._1._K that does bring down your magic, modify the Justice gross income, which would also affect your social security tax ability. So yeah, so that may be something to think about now, obviously jacket was not receiving social security benefit because they I guess because he's still working and not yet age sixty six but. This is something that should really play into his calculation. It depends also when he's going to start when Jacko will retire because if it retirement, he has, you know, maybe some Roth income or some something like that actually ought to be the only thing. Could wind up not only could he wind up getting a greater amount of social security if he waits, but it also may be that he's not going to pay as much if any taxes on it. And so if you were looking at your longevity saying, yeah. Probably about right. Eight hundred eighty five age eighty five dollars eighty five which is kind of just to the good side of waiting not a huge number not a huge not a huge benefit for waiting but a little bit of a benefit to waiting but not paying taxes on it. Now, maybe the reason to not take it. And if you think you're you're lived eighty five then you've got a little bit in your favor, and you didn't pay taxes. So having it grow maybe a little bit of a benefit to you maybe enough to push you into waiting until you actually, retire h seventy which comes first, and then professor Plum, one of the things that look as what tax bracket is he going to be and when he retires that's gonna be one of the big things there because if it is going to be.
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Vegas. You'll one. Yes. I shuttle bar is the real Spicer on that we have on you. Vitrollais and the fake sure. On the real ones better, obviously. Well, of course. Yes. All right. Can you imagine that being like, the the knack? That's the group that did that. And you're you're known for that maybe a couple of others, but that's probably your big one. And then going to you know, trying to tour around the country, and the only song anybody ever wants to hear is my Sharona just get on me after a while. I don't know how bands do it. I really don't know. I mean, it helps to have like, you know, if you if you're like, the Beatles or McCarty or somebody you got like thirty forty songs that everybody will sing along with and everybody knows. But if you know, basically rollers. What Saturday night? Hey, we got some new songs you'd like to do. No, no. I don't even want to listen to wait for that line. Exactly. All right. So anyway, we are here. My thanks gals. Oh. You remember that song the bay city roller city rollers? Remember, the the one hit what I think they're a one hit wonder, but they weren't even got one that there is maybe one other one that was starting to creep up. It was. Yeah. That was the bad time, very bad time. Anyway. Yes. Again, my thanks to Mark's gals. Oh for coming on is the chief investment officer Lucia capital management. Hope you heard that. You know, people who who need to sell money there to sell stock sell equity sell securities out of their portfolio in order to pay the rent next month, or whatever I'm kind of exaggerating. You know, you're you're going to be in trouble. At the time that especially if you retire at the time that the market's down, and they do go down the last time we had a real downturn was nine and a half years ago, that's an eternity in investing. So my thought was to ask Mark about this. Where does he think it's going from here? I mean, you can't make any real predictions. But if you have a fifteen year time horizon like Mark does with the bucket three portfolios that he's got there at Lucia capital management. I'll tell you what the strategy is a whole lot different. And there's not a whole lot of pressure to perform immediately because if you try to perform immediately and get as we said a little extra juice out of the market over the next year, you could be asking for trouble. And we just don't want that. So anyway, Mark talked about that a little bit about interest rates, and it's always good to get his perspective. If you wanna give us a call, you can eight seven seven planner P, L A, double N, E R. What did you a couple of emails? Our topic was opposed to deal with capital gains taxes on. Home sales. Whether it was primary or a rental, home investment, home vacation home that kind of thing. And so we don't have enough time to talk about that. I'll put that off to another day. More pressing issues happened today, we did talk a little bit about life insurance life insurance strategies, and I'd like to get into that. Maybe some time a little bit later on this week. In fact, how do you like this professor Plum, we're gonna be talking about life insurance strategies coming up on Thursday? So be prepared for that. If you missed the discussion last hour, it's a pretty good one. All right. So let's do a couple of emails here. Eric in Annapolis. Maryland says my wife, and I will be moving from Maryland to California soon. We own five rental properties. Condos in Virginia each worth about two hundred and fifty thousand bucks. Nice. Yeah. We've already got a four million dollar umbrella policy. But I'm wondering if we should also put each of them in separate LLC's, limited liability companies and also how well California tax our properties in Virginia. Well, the LLC's you don't have to do a California LLC because properties in California. So you could find out what it costs to do LLC for Virginia. I don't know the price California. If you had a California property, regardless of where you created Yellow Sea to have valid in California after registered, California, that's eight hundred bucks a year. One for each one. So that'd be a little pricy on five hoping Virginia significant less expensive. And what that does is. It isolates each of the properties from each other. And so that a problem at one of the properties doesn't spillover assuming you're not involved in that problem does not spillover and put the other four properties of jeopardy as well. So it's a nice way. You can it's another level of insurance. It doesn't save that property necessarily. That's what insurance is for. But it could help you isolate, and, you know, basically put silos on each one of the property. So that only you know, it can really affect the problem to that one. Now if you do something silly. And you know, somebody who's you personally that has nothing with Reynolds Reynolds, still gone if they win the lawsuit. But if it happens at the rental property moving up towards you if they can't say that you did it and negligent act, you should be protected at least the other assets should be protected for if you have the LLC's so check out the pricing on the Virginia. Now as far as California taxes involved, if you are a resident of California, they kind of act like the federal government in this respect, they're gonna attack on everything the earn regardless of where it's earned. So you bring it into California you live in California. They're going to say, you're a California resident you pay tax on all your earnings, regardless of where it's from. So it'll be taxable in California. Yeah. Obviously the net number. So you may be charging, you know, two thousand dollars a month for each of these rental condos you're getting ten thousand dollars a month in rental income, but you've got expenses the LLC the expensive one of them. That is true. Maintenance insurance repairs, maybe some downtime, all the things that go along with a business of renting property, those are all deductible. What about depreciation where does that show appreciation shows up on the schedule E as well. And it will be able to reduce the taxable income from those properties. And so could you may be getting quite a bit of income, but you may not have to pay tax at least not right now. So yeah. But California's go look at them that number and say, oh, yeah. They're they're they're pretty we know them quite well. And you'd think the IRS is bad. Don't don't go up against the franchise tax board in the state of California. Yeah. And they're not the only ones I've I've heard of several others that that really are aggressive and once again, it's just because they really do use the tax money. They have to they have to balance their books, or at least appear to. Whether or not they actually do, you know is another story. Let's see here social security question from Jacko saying that right? In racine. Wisconsin. In may, I will be sixty six and we'll have reached full retirement age. I've been informed that I will receive approximately twenty one hundred fifty eight dollars a month approximately. Give or take a few cents. If I choose to start collecting how much tax will I pay on this. I do plan to continue working where I earn about sixty five thousand dollars yearly. Thank you Jacko in Racine. Haven't done the calculation totally. But it looks like probably a good portion of that twenty one fifty eight a month. The first year. You're you're not going to be receiving twelve months worth of it. You'd only receive if you started you get June's payment. So you get seven payments at twenty one fifty eight and probably about eighty five percent of that. I don't know if the full eighty five billion reach, but you're pretty close to that. It's going to be taxed at it'll be in the twenty two percent income tax bracket so on a full year racist twenty one fifty eight times twelve sixteen fifteen thousand something times point eight five while on a full year. You would end up paying tax on about twenty two thousand dollars at the twenty two percent tax bracket. Because we're going on the assumption single that these single, okay? Well, whatever we're going on on the single assumption here. Yeah. Single in this particular issue, and you would end up paying times times point to about forty eight hundred dollars of the twenty five thousand dollars receive twenty percent on average will be will be your tax Bill, your tax liability because of that social security. Yeah. Now once you turn full retirement age, you will be able to earn get your social security benefit, even if you're still working there is no earnings limitations once you reached full retirement age. So the you won't have to give back, but it is you're going to be taxable because you're making sixty five thousand a year other sources of income now if you're making sixty five thousand year, but you put in twenty five thousand of it away in a 4._0._1._K that does bring down your magic, modify the just gross income, which would also affect your social security taxability. So yeah, so that may be something to think about now, obviously jacket was not receiving a social security benefit because they I guess because he's still working and is not yet age sixty six but. This is something that should really play into his calculation. It depends also when he's going to start when Jacko will retire because if it retirement, he has, you know, maybe some Roth income or some something like that actually ought to be the only thing. Could wind up not only could he wind up getting a greater amount of social security if he waits, but it also may be that he's not gonna pay as much if any taxes on it. And so if you were looking at your longevity saying, yeah, eighty five's probably about right age eighty five age eighty five eighty five which is kind of just to the good side of waiting not a huge number not a huge not huge benefit for waiting, but a little bit of a benefit to waiting but not paying taxes on it. Now, maybe the the reason to not take it. And if you thinking you lived eighty five then you've got a little bit in your favor, and you didn't pay taxes. So having it grow maybe a little bit of a benefit to you. Maybe enough to push you in the waiting until you actually retire or h seventy which comes first. Yeah. And and professor Plum, one of the things that he's looking at what tax bracket is he going to.
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"Is motley fool money because the molecule money radio show. I'm Chris l. joining me in studio this week, senior analyst, Jason Moser, Matt, arguing her and Ron Bros. He was always gentlemen, hey, we've got the latest headlines from Wall Street. Bestselling author, Ashley Vance is our guest. And as always we'll give you an inside look at the stocks on our radar. But we begin this week with till Ray, be well known Canadian cannabis company. I've never heard of until this week. It started the year with a market cap of around two billion dollars and Jason. It's going to close this week with a market cap of just north of twelve billion dollars. I'm used to seeing this kind of exponential rise with technology companies. What is going on with this cannabis? Stop not even used to seeing that kind of a rise of tech companies, at least not in the course of a week. And I think that's what we're seeing more or less. But coming from someone me who supports legalization, I, I am. For it. Okay. You need to avoid this thing like the plague. I mean, this is it's mania. That's the only only real word I can offer that that fits the mold in. I think a lot of it is based on speculation, perhaps what will be one day here. Domestically with till Ray. It is a Canadian company. And I I think a lot of people are sort of thinking that what is going on now with Canada will one day be that same way here, but this is just a wicked combination of speculation and until raise case, it's a very low float on the open market of the ninety. Three point one million shares outstanding only nineteen point. One percent of them trade on the open market. That means it's only about seventeen point. Eight million shares very low float means high volatility, which is what we're seeing and what I talk about high volatility just go back to September nineteenth. The stock hit a high of three hundred and a low of one hundred and fifty one dollars all in the same day on the twentieth high of two hundred and forty four dollars 'love one hundred fifty eight dollars all in the same. Day that is not normal. We don't see that, and that's why we tell people with stuff like this, this business and the stock, it's not based on anything fundamental. That's why you got to steer clear listening in wait until we have a better idea of how legalization is gonna take form here domestically before you start placing any crazy beds and speaking of fundamentals, Chris, I think you mentioned a twelve billion dollar market cap. If I heard correctly, will this company in the last twelve months? Did twenty eight million dollars in revenue. So that's injury, right? Even if they even if the day it all becomes legal in Canada, and as as Jason mentioned, maybe more legalization here in the US even if that revenue went up ten x in the next year, it would still be ridiculous valuation. I think this ultimately is is just as Jason described it. It's a, it's a total mania. And this is kind of for me a by the rumor sell the news kind of thing. In other words, I think these companies companies are still gonna be Rowling, and it's not just still rate. You have companies like canopy growth, Aurora, cannabis, and the day it goes legal in Canada. I feel like that's the day these stocks probably turn over and it just ask yourself what would be their competitive advantage. I mean, what they do is grow and distribute marijuana. I knew guys did that in college. Thirteen billion dollar business just was, I don't know. It didn't have all the staging an optics of apples recent event, but this week, Amazon unveiled more than a dozen new hardware products, including a microwave oven that works with its voice assistant. Alexa, Ron. I'm not even sure where to start with us. I want it all. I want every single one of them. It's very interesting to me whether it's echo auto or the microwave, as you say, the clock who doesn't need an echo clock..
"one hundred fifty eight dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Tax cuts act of two thousand eighteen and the chairman's amendment the nature of a substitute along with the joint committee staffs. Revenue estimates of this proposed legislation and a distributional analysis of the proposed legislation. I believe all the members are actually quite familiar with this. Let me just highlight what the legislation is about. As was noted roughly nine months ago, the congress passed public law one fifteen ninety seven as the tax cuts and jobs act within that it provided expiration of most of the provisions on the individual income tax side of the internal revenue code, generally. Those provisions would have would expire after calendar year twenty twenty-five the legislation before you would extend all of those provisions permanently. And so that includes all the changes in marginal tax rates, personal exemption child credit standard deduction itemized itemized deductions. In addition extends the increased exemption for the end of it under the individual alternative minimum tax and extends the doubling of the exempt amount under the estate and gift taxes. One item to note is. That is not a permanent extension is the medical expense itemized deduction for expenses above seven point five percent adjusted gross income floor under present law would expire after this calendar year the legislation before you would extend that for an additional two years through calendar year. Twenty twenty the chairman's amendment nature is substitute makes a clerical change in terms of reference sent in the underlying legislation. That concludes my brief description of the legislation before you'd be happy to answer any questions that the members might have. Thank you other questions about the minimum needs substance eleven year recommend. Thank you. Mr chairman. Chairman has said that. Spill would lock in tax cuts for middle class families. So I want to ask you Mr. bird Hoed about the distribution. I won't ask you to comment on that comment of description of the chairman just to talk about the facts. Okay. You have over the last year in recently provided distribution tables. And I want everybody here and everybody in the country to understand them. So here are the questions. Is it correct is the Republican tax law that was enacted last year? We'll provide those Ernie over one million dollars a year an average aggregate tax cut of over sixty four thousand dollars in two thousand nineteen. Mr levin. I believe you're referring to analysis that my colleagues provided to the members last December in the distribution analysis of JC x sixty eight seventeen. And your calculation which seems to be accurate is based on total change in federal taxes have projected for that calendar year divided by the roughly six hundred thousand taxpayers. We estimate will have incomes above one million dollars. Okay. So the answer is yes. Short answer is. Yes. Now the tax Bill last year included, both individual and corporate. I wanna ask you about the impact of the extension here. Just for individual your church shows. For tax payers. These are average between seventy five to one hundred thousand by twenty twenty eight that would be a tax reduction of one thousand one hundred and fifty eight dollars well for those with income over a million dollars tax cut in twenty twenty eight would be thirty nine thousand one hundred and forty eight dollars. Correct. Yes. For the member's benefit. Mr. Levin is referring to the distribution table that we provided this morning JC seventy two eighteen and is dividing the total individual income tax change reported on that table by the number of taxpayers that we project in in each income group. And so for the income group of seventy five thousand one hundred thousand the average change in federal taxes represented on JC. Seventy two is one is a reduction of one thousand one hundred fifty eight dollars. As Mr. Levin stated. Inserting nine thousand one hundred. I'm sorry. Yes. In the income category of one million and over reduction of thirty nine thousand one hundred forty eight dollars is the average reduction. So that's thirty times larger let me just ask you about to pass through. And the deduction of pass through incomes joint tax estimates show the extension of that provision under the Bill before today would provide over ninety three percent of its tax benefit to those earning one hundred thousand a year. In twenty twenty six is that correct? That. Approximately in the low in the low ninety percents. Yes, Mr Levin, and it also shows your tax table that this Bill would provide fifty six percent of the textbook. This is under the pass through deserves those earning over one million dollars a year. In other words, tap one. Third of one percent would get over fifty percent of the benefit is that correct? Yes, sir. Roughly fifty five fifty six fifty seven percent, sir. Okay. When we get to speak. Oh show. How what how it's just pure propaganda. To say that this Bill in tax cuts for middle class families rather than for the very wealthy a yoga. Thank thank you. Gentlemen. Us vac. Mr Barroso, I would note average family of four in Mr. Levin district will see tax relief of seventeen thousand one hundred dollars over the next decade under this Bill chairman Brady, Mr. volatile looking at the new distribution, I know so four taxpayers making between twenty and thirty thousand you were numbers show a tax cut tax reduction of nineteen point one percent for those over a million dollars. They see a reduction of two point three percent. Is that accurate? That's correct. That's reported in the first set of columns on the left of JC, seventy two. Yes. So those at the twenty thirty thousand dollars, and that's not much of a minimum wage or to families. They're seeing almost ten times the tax relief percentage as those in the millionaires. Thirty to forty thousand note their tax reduction is ten percent. That's that's correct. So again about five times more than those who are wealthy. I noticed overall families earning between fifty and seventy five thousand dollars which can be middle class in many states will see six point nine percent production and federal taxes where a millionaire again sees about two percent. Is that accurate in your statistics? That's correct. Mr chairman. So I always ask so who's paying who's paying the burden of taxes in America? So who who shoulders at Burton, I noted under your estimates. That families today earning under seventy five thousand dollars middle income families that this provides so much relief to they pay actually a negative two percent of the individual income taxes in America. But they. Received eighteen percent of the individual tax relief from the new tax Bill. So even though they. Pay frankly, get a little bit more than they actually receive an eighteen percent tax relief. And now does so contrast millionaires paid thirty two percent of individual taxes in America. Only receive nine percent. So our middle Inc. Families are seeing significant relief while the top rates or not I know here, and I'll ask as a result of tax from to point out the share of federal taxes paid by millionaire households increases from nineteen point six twenty point two percent in twenty twenty six so those in the wealthy will actually share more of the burden of the overall individual tax amount, then before tax reform is that correct? That's correct. Mr jared. Thank you does anyone else wish to ask questions about the amendment in the nature of a substitute. Does anyone wish to strike the last word? Yes, sir. Don't miss Johnson. Thank you. I'm sparkle. The was we talked a little bit about PL one fifteen ninety seven or tax one point zero the tax cut Bill that this committee passed in the house passed signed into law that cut taxes for corporations and the richest people in the country. Was that Bill pay for? The legislation was passed under. Eight floors it provided for a net tax reduction. So there was not there were not specific while there were revenue raising provisions within that legislation. It was a net tax cut. So was it paid for. No. Thank you. Now today, we have this new tax cut Bill that will benefit the some of the richest people in the country tax two point zero this Bill pay for. This legislation extends some of the tax reductions are conventional estimates relative to baseline is that it would reduce taxes in future years. There are not specific offsets. Is this Bill paid for? No sorry. It is not paid for either. And by my calculation that means that by the last action of the Republicans on this committee and today's action by the Republicans on this committee. We're going to add about three trillion dollars store national debt. Now is it correct? To say that that's only considering the ten year budget window of the Bill. What we reported in JC. Seventy one is the ten year is ten year projection. Certain. So then the cost of interest of the debt financing to these tax cuts. They're not included in this. So the number could actually grow to more than three trillion dollars added tore national debt is that correct? Conventional estimates don't include interest costs that might might arise from legislation. So if there's going to be interest cost because it's going to our national debt, so notwithstanding the fact that you don't calculate that. It's pretty safe to say that the Republicans actions on this committee will add more than three trillion dollars to our national debt. I should add one refinement mister Thompson the size of the legislation before you constitutes major tax legislation under the house rules. And so my colleagues are presently working on a macroeconomic analysis of the legislation and that analysis would include interest interest cost effects. I'm anxious to see that. When that's done. I hope that you are forthright with it. We do. Just the idea of adding three trillion dollars to our national debt is mind boggling emphasis more than that. We should certainly a I have a chart that. Calculates the average salt deductions that will be paid by congressional district as a result of your legislation, and I'd like to ask unanimous consent to add that to the record the Taliban Jackson, and I think it's important to point out that, you know, all you have to do is look at the average salt deduction on this short for any of the districts and then. Subtract, the ten thousand dollars that people will be able to continue to to to right to write off. And then the difference is going to be the tax burden that the Republicans on this committee will be adding to the tax Bill of every American in one of these districts. Thank MS chairman. I yield back the balance much general Neels back with note them average tax cut for middle income family four in the fifth district of California's twenty three thousand seven hundred dollars determine this Bill recognized Saito. Thank you, Mr Chairman, Mr. Are-are, she's span radio programming from Friday kind of highlight a little bit more in focused. I'm not going to let this go on on answer to what the chairman is talking about in regards to those percentages when you're talking about the the millionaire and millionaire or a million and a. Above income tax payer, and you got a thirty thousand dollar number. I think is what I heard your testimony to bake. That's the amount of the reduction, but what's the tax liability for that tax payer? What's that? What's that taxpayer paying each and every year? Mr. Rita as as we report on j c x seventy two we provide average tax rate calculations for tax payers in income group and average tax rate on a tax payer in the one million in over is at thirty three point four percent under present law would be thirty two point three percent. How much how much roughly one third. So do the math how much tax, and that's one of the problems with this committee. Hearing is I think people here don't believe the American people understand how to do math. So let's do the math. What is the tax Bill for that tax payer each and every year? Well, on a if it were a million dollars that would be that would be what that'd be three hundred thirty three thousand three hundred thirty three hundred thirty thousand three hundred thirty three thousand dollars a year that taxpayers paying to the federal government and their taxes are going down thirty thousand dollars go to the go to the eleven hundred dollar tax reduction that you're referring to in your tax charts. If you would what is the tax liability for that family of four or that individual? Okay. We were looking at. Seventy five thousand to one hundred. Thousand. The average tax rate is approximately seventeen percent under present law. Sixteen percent. Under the under the proposal. So if it were a one hundred thousand dollar income tax under president ought to be approximately seventeen thousand dollars, and then what would it be reduced to sixteen thousand dollars? Okay, Thomas Berthold, but the joint committee on taxation questioned by congressman Thomas read yesterday House Ways, and means committee, the relative term that I'm looking at is they're trying to make the argument that thirty thousand dollars is a bigger number for millionaires at eleven hundred dollars is a little as a smaller number for the lower income tax, folks. But relative to where their tax income is that's where the percentage of thirty percent versus two point two percent for the millionaire versus the working family person is coming from is that accurate? Yes, sir. So we're trying to illustrate these numbers. I think is that they want to talk about a bigger number because they're those those taxpayers are paying three hundred and thirty three thousand dollars a year as a tax liability. And what we're trying to do is make the argument that on a relative basis. Those numbers showed me a thirty percent reduction for that working family as opposed to a two point two percent reduction for the millionaire individual. And that's I think the point that needs to be illustrated here that this sham of not doing. The math is being portrayed to the American people. Thank you. Thank you mystery deals back. I'd like to recognize Mr. Pascrell to question. Mr. Bauer told my thinking is after Mr. Pascrell unless there are other members you'd like to question him. We'll go to strike the last words. Okay. Oh, you're right. So. Committee chair. Kevin Brady did anyone wish to question? Mr bartle. If not we'll begin by striking last word..
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"One shot last month had to have his leg amputated last week, it happened, again to, Sarah Richardson's cat we it's expected to. Recover Sarah has put up flyers to raise awareness in her neighborhood If I don't catch who it is at. Least they probably know that four onto them and the whole neighborhood is, like really keeping an, eye out one, groups offering a two thousand five hundred dollar reward for information leading to an arrest so far. Police don't have any suspects a state audit finds a city manager in mill creek charged some, questionable expenses on her city credit card. Rebecca paula's Oto is now on paid leave the Everett herald says she violated. City expense account policy on numerous occasions including one hundred fifty eight dollars steak house dinner on city, business in San Antonio Polisario since repaid some of the more dubious charges the former police chief of the. Callers is in settlement. Discussions with a college over a lawsuit resulting from last year's protests on campus Stacy. Brown was evergreens police chief for the two thousand sixteen seventeen school. Year when allegations of racism and intolerance on campus erupted into those. Protests with students taking over faculty offices making demands and threats Chaos through evergreen into the middle of a national debate. Over free speech on college campuses and. Brown the chief of police then became, a target for student protests and claims that college administrators failed to protect her from discrimination and a hostile work. Environment it's a tort claim this says one faculty member repeatedly emailed chief Brown to say. Police were basically fascist another faculty member. Told her that wearing a uniform and carrying a firearm was meant to prove she had more. White privilege, Brown seeking six hundred twenty five thousand damages. Her attorney tells the Olympic they're in talks with state officials about a, possible settlement Carleen Johnson, KOMO news university, Washington President Ana Maria CASA is giving ninety five thousand dollars a year back to the school. Komo's Eric Heintz reports on whether money's going prison and Cousy returns all of her deferred compensation, back to the u. dub for programs. And scholarships her base pays now close to seven hundred and thirty three thousand. Dollars annually making her the thirty ninth highest public paid university president in the nation that's according to, the chronicle of education However the university still has cash problems the Seattle times reports u.. Dub medicine operated at. A seventy, five million dollar deficit this past year and there's, a projected forty two. Million dollar debt shortfall this year at the school of dentistry and may one of the university's financial experts called the u. dub spending not sustainable Eric Heintz KOMO news. The more job businesses creates. The more money they'll get to write off their Pierce, county tax Bill after, the, county council, unanimously, approved a two hundred seventy five dollar family wage job.
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"In the neighborhood even if i don't catch who it is at least they probably know that four under them and the whole neighborhood is really keeping an eye out one groups offering a twenty five hundred dollar reward for information leading to an arrest so far police have no suspects the former police chief at the evergreen state colleges in settlement talks with a college over a lawsuit resulting from last year's campus protests details from komo's carleen johnson stacy brown was evergreens police chief for the two thousand sixteen seventeen School, year when ellegation of racism and intolerance on campus erupted into. Those protests with students taking over faculty offices making demands and threats Chaos are evergreen into the middle of a national debate over free speech on college campuses and Brown the chief of. Police then became a target for, student protests and claims that college administrators failed to, protect her from discrimination. And a hostile work environment it's a tort claim that says one faculty member repeatedly emailed chief Brown to say police were basically fascist another faculty member told her that wearing. A uniform and carrying a firearm was meant to prove she had more white privilege Brown seeking, six hundred twenty five. Thousand in damages her attorney tells the Olympic and they are in talks with state officials about. A possible, settlement Carleen Johnson KOMO news the state audit. Finds a city manager in mill creek charged some questionable expenses on, her city credit card, Rebecca pulled Izzo, is now on paid leave the Everett herald reports violated city expense account policies on numerous occasions including one hundred fifty eight dollars, steak house dinner while on city business in San Antonio Pozzo has since repaid some of the more dubious charges UW president autumn array, CASA is giving ninety Five thousand dollars a. Year back to the school komo's Eric Heintz says here's where that money's going prison and Cousy returns. Oliver deferred compensation back to the u. dub for programs and scholarships her base pays now close to seven hundred thirty three thousand dollars annually making her. The thirty ninth highest public paid, university president in the nation that's according to the, chronicle of education however. The university still has cash.
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"Bring with it the cooler air so highs in the mid to upper seventies today tomorrow and Friday for sunnier skies in hot weather return. For the end of the weekend I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO, weather sixty one degrees under. Cloudy skies in Seattle, right now. KOMO news time eight thirty six the city manager in mill creek has been placed on paid leave after state auditors found she used a city credit card to spend freely on meals and drinks more from komo's Corwin Hake state, auditors found mill creek city manager Rebecca police Oto had violated city, expense account policy on numerous occasions including racking up pricey dinners and. Drinks on her city credit card she's been on sick leave since April and on paid suspension since last month according to the Everett herald on, a business trip to San Antonio police Oto, dined at Ruth's Chris steak house running up a one hundred fifty eight dollar, tab on a rib eye steak creme brulee and a couple of cosmos Follow two hours later by thirty dollars worth of room service dessert, from her Marriott. Hotel room she has since reimbursed the city for some of the charges mill creek is now developing a more specific policy on the use. Of city credit cards Corwin Hake KOMO news university of Washington President, on Amari calcium is giving. Ninety five thousand dollars, a year. Back to the school komo's Eric Heintz reports on where that money is going to go prison and Cousy returns Oliver deferred compensation back to the u. dub for programs and scholarships her base pays now close to seven hundred and, thirty three thousand dollars annually making her the thirty ninth highest public, paid university president in the nation that's according to the chronicle of. Education however the university still has cash problems the Seattle times reports medicine operated at seventy five million dollar deficit this past year and there's a, projected forty two million dollar debt shortfall this, year at the school of dentistry and may one of the university's financial experts, called the u. dub spending not sustained Eric Heintz KOMO news and other employees at the center of last year's chaos at, the evergreen state college is in talks to settle a legal claim Stacy Brown was evergreens police chief for that school year when the campus erupted into protests over accusations, of racism Brown a target of, student protests left last August to become Tom water police officer she. Filed a tort claim alleging college administrators failed to protect her from gender based discrimination and a hostile work. Environment her attorney tells the Olympia and the. Claim six six hundred, twenty five, thousand dollars and they're currently in talks with the college to settle the case some. Pedal owners are on a mission to figure out who. Shot two cats in the same Bellingham neighborhood that story from komo's Steve McCarron for cap it loves the outdoors So sweet six-year-old chowder is sure spending a lot of time at. Home lately owner Sarah Richardson yeah you can. See right here worries about letting them roam free in her neighborhood after someone shot him she noticed the blood under, his arm last Wednesday immediately like I need, to call the police this is my stop Richardson started talking with neighbors and soon learned another cat about a block away had, been shot about four weeks earlier I am honestly just worried about the safety of other pets in the, neighborhood and the. Safety of people Richardson put fliers on poles and car windshields nearby hoping to make neighbors. Aware of what's happened a group is now offering a twenty.
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"We report you decide in news now i'm dan martin a person with knowledge of the agreement says a fog this union state university and usa gymnastics doctor will plead guilty to multiple charges of sexual assault and fail at least twenty five years in prison the person was not authorized to publicly discuss agreement ahead of the court hearing and spoke to the associated press on the condition of anonymity dr larry nassar is charged with molesting seven girls under the guise of treatment at his home and a campus clinic all but one were gymnasts the plea deal calls for a minimum prison sentence of twenty five years but the judge could go higher and set the minimum at forty years separately nassar is awaiting sentencing for child pornography is also being sued by more than one hundred twentyfive women and girls the university of detroit mercy is lowering tuition for fulltime undergraduates to two thousand eight levels the school says that the cost will drop forty one thousand one hundred fifty eight dollars to twenty eight thousand dollars starting next fall as part of its assure your boundless future wish they marie set by publishing the lower cost the school hopes to encourage students and their families to take a closer look at the school and increase enrollment university of detroit mercy president thuan gabrielle aldi says students are interested in the pskov but the previous tuition price prevented them from serious leg floring the university plans radar.
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"World is a criminal act by terrorists it's the first visit to afghanistan by trump cabinet member to politics now former judge roy moore is republican picked to go against democrat doug jones for us senate alabama that despite more not getting the support of president trump six years older than his competitors more was still seen as the anti establishment candidate who would challenge senate majority leader mitch mcconnell although more tells abc news with anybody wants this up this of conservative way i'll work was as four luther strange we did the right thing we do the right way i'm not going to lose any sleep tonight but will president trump who endorsed strange but even at a luther strange campaign rally admitted and i'll be honest i might have made a mistake jim ryan abc news the president did call to congratulate more late last night a tweeter about it this morning he's tweeting about healthcare today as well he says the republicans will eventually have enough votes to repeal and replace obamacare but not in time for the saturday deadline after that the gop would need sixty votes a supermajority the president tweeted that it was time to get rid of the filibuster rule that requires that majority meantime lawmakers on capitol hill or expect to get back to work and the negotiating table to talk about healthcare washington democrat patty murray says it's time for a bipartisan approach shamma crats are at the table and i hope republican leaders will now allow us to get back to work on lowering costs for patients and families and stabilising the marketplace one colorado republican has his own thoughts about tweaking the affordable care act koa newsradio is counter sri is here with that conner well and the focus four senator cory gardner is to delay a tax that comes out of the aca for another year he's got the support of two fellow republicans scot tipped in in doug land board and trying to get a measure passed that would do gene that an earlier study this year said that tax would raise premiums by about one hundred fifty eight dollars per person next year now this tax is currently not implemented there was a vote to delay it previously and that will come up again in at twenty 18 today is also the deadline for insurers to.