17 Burst results for "One Hundred Twenty Three Thousand Dollars"

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

06:01 min | 4 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Bro is go to bag a bag and bronx. I believe how much money is spent on. How much money side spending money box is still spending the cash. You still spending Thousand at you did not save two hundred bucks. You spent seven hundred fifty dollars. Think about that as we go through. This uptick in retailers as the economy slowly stopped up and up again particularly newsouth laws in victorian been. What's making property. News might been looking around this week and always lock the coal logic pine in gyn report which was released early this week and of the hall. Lots that they put out a press release as well but if you want to check out the full pine and gang report Across the cold logic you can find it under the report section. But he's interesting information. Solve some bullet points for your boss to digest now. During the june quarter there are one hundred six thousand transactions of race aisles. So that's the probably being sold for the first second time of those ninety one point five percent recorded a nominal profit making gang so that means i point five to saint might a loss that is a pretty pretty good. The madiun turn eitan authorized. Properties was eight point eight years. And this is the funded. Roth who sold those properties in just two years had a median return of one hundred twenty three thousand dollars probably on his cashing out. After thirty years had a median return of seven hundred and twelve thousand dollars now polls day. Three decades sit on a property tyke at the cash. Hopefully it turns positively gate if had to spend a little bit early on. So you've got passive income coming through and one. Property tycoon moran seven hundred twelve thousand dollars as a median number. So that makes some of made a millionaire properties out of the my list number so that is quite interesting when it comes to thinking about property over the long term side it's It's pretty incredible in terms of just thinking about numbers and a cool is a kid a great friends. A logic plan and dine report goes into a lot more detail into those local government areas where you can get a saints of bicycling performance of those properties in those particular monica spices houses and units. So if you haven't checked it out check it out. That one's interesting. We'll put the nights in the shire night's been so there's a bit of a league so people don nelson ninety beautiful beautiful. The other thing that time this differently colt model. I also you know. I mentioned it In the In the session with Manera was around the the Pipe it was produced body. Rbi fold the affordability in supply. Story If you really want to understand like if you'll sitting back sign a really guide understand it. Can you give me something to read. That's what i mentioned before about Dr lucy ellis. I'm a huge fan of her work. She's one of the reserve. Gonna the deputy governor of the reserve bank. It's a really interesting ray because it's showcases the nuances and the challenge that narrative also said it's just there's no suitable at solution to be..

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

American Greed Podcast

08:21 min | 4 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

"Catching shrimp. I bought a big boat really big before and then i was really catching shrimp. I thought i was going to do that. They're small without a doubt his daughter ashley love sharing the live with their dad. Kind of my favorite saturday thing. You know we'd have a funday styling and just finding all kinds of creatures in in the box That came out of the waters one day. However lara makes a misstep getting off the boat night fell. And i hit my neck and my lower back in my life change. Completely seven years later laura is still in a world of pain. Oh my pain was excruciating. I had already had been back surgery and it still in so much pain. What he does not know is that his search for relief will lead him to subsidies and that it will nearly destroys life. He becomes just one of many caught up in his scheme cooked up at interest therapeutics and run by the vp of sales alec. Burlakov i want to preface. I am not proud of this. I'm not gloating. They're not a day. Goes by where i don't regret what i did. I'm simply telling the truth. Because people deserve the truth as to what took place and according to burlakov the truth is that when he goes to work at inches he believes john kapoor holds his future in his. Unfortunately i wanted to please him so badly. And i wanted to. I wanted to be successful so badly that i was willing to do anything. And everything he asked and what kapoor wants is to have his federal sprays substance profitable before he takes insist public according to burlakov. The message is clear. All that matters is money until when burlakov hired his sales team. There is just one question. How important is money to. You was an interview question and on a scale of one to ten. If they didn't answer ten they didn't get the job where to find the best people. Where else strip club. That's where bernie cov meet sunrise. Lee an exotic dancer who knows how to close after one. Ceos meeting she the doctor head to a nightclub where she offers him. Something special. A lap dance vivian. Barrios is a special agent with the federal bureau of investigation. This was a kind of person that they wanted to the company someone. Who would willingly use her sexuality to sell in a way. That wasn't just being a beautiful attractive thing to look at. But in a i'm giving lap dancers to someone kind of way. And they were comfortable with that with the salesforce coming on board next. The search is on for doctors. Remember substance was originally created the alleviate the pain of cancer patients in their final days but that's a limited market and john kapoor wants to move his drug out of hospice and into everyday lives so the hunt is on for pain doctors who will help him expand the use of substitutes and who are willing to write prescription after prescription of a dangerous opioid. There were plenty of bad actors. People who essentially served as drug pushers who's volumes of prescriptions. By any rational standard made no sense. One likely candidate is in chicago. When the inches rep pays a visit should reports by email that he runs quote a very shady pill mill and only accepts cash. The response from insists. Stick with them if they didn't run away from the pills ramp to them and they run with an offer to pay the doctors to hold meetings with fellow doctors to discuss the benefits of substance but educating doctors is not the real purpose of the money and that is spelled. Out in candid conversation candid. Conversation was dr. We are willing to pay you in the way of a speaker fee. We're really don't care what you do or don't do all we care about is the more substance you prescribe the more we will you speak. Are you okay with that. The question is understood to be. Are you okay taking a bribe and the person approving this sales strategy is john kapoor. You say okay if this is what this man wants. And he's a billionaire. He must know what he's doing. Then i'm going to do it in any in any corporate criminal organization is always gonna come down to the ship at the top right if the leadership has expectations for you to be ethical. And you're gonna find that. The companies generally ethical and here. The expectations were set and enforced by kapoor daily basis. And they were not ethical. Were the opposite of that. They were make money period and doctors wanna make money to across the country. Doctors sign up with the speaker program. And start to cash in mobile alabama saginaw michigan. Summer's worth new hampshire sherwood. Arkansas derby connecticut and corpus christi texas their pain management. Dr judson. somerville is paid for fifty substance speaking engagement in just over a year. So more than a week in laredo. Texas inc really weren't even that many places they were doctors. They could speak to in those areas but who need. Doctors look through the records and see these so-called speaking engagements are expensive meals paid for by inches and attended most often by dr somerville his staff and the interest ramp. No one really cared at all. What the programs consisted of. We hardly cared if they even took place. The only thing that people cared about it insist was if a check was being caught to that physician was the physician prescribing. More of the product and somerville is prescribing in two thousand thirteen inches. Paid him over one hundred twenty three thousand dollars and he writes five hundred twenty. Seven substance prescriptions a rate of ten each week. Some of those. Go to paul laura. When i went to dr somerville and he said i've got chest the medicine for you. You know right at the start. Laura is given the highest possible dose of substance sixteen hundred micrograms of a potentially deadly addictive narcotic to creep back pain and then slowly toward couldn't find keys. Then i couldn't find my car. I even got lost on the way home to place. My entire life started having hallucinations. I actually was thinking that. I had like a tumor. My brain or something paul. Lara loses his job and has never employed full-time again. And later his daughter ashley speculates. On the real reason her father was given subs- motives were never to heal him. The motives were to get a kickback from this company. And twelve hundred miles away in arizona. The company knows it. Strategy of paying doctors is paying off subsists. Sales are up one thousand percent and so the budget for speaker fees moves higher and higher and so does the number of prescriptions third drug pushers and suits. That's basically what they are. They're drug dealers who go to a business and wear suits and disguise themselves like. They're doing something different than what they are. You gotta take a listen this swap pot that's right. Cnbc's flagship business news. 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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

06:15 min | 7 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"This is the ramsey call of the day. Part of the ramsey network. Joining me today is ramsey personality. Ken coleman tim in new york city. Hi tim how are you. Dave pagan how you guys doing today. Great i'm just one month so I wanted to know what the two question. There's a human like starts less psychological element and then there's also the financial part. So could i give you. The numbers are household. Income is and yet are is so far first and then go into the question briefly. Yeah sure So our hopefully incomes about one seventy or total debt right now is about one forty five The hundred which is my partner. Student loans. marknirkurshen are. You married. no where. We don't have a household income. Then you have an income. She has an income. Correct okay yeah okay. So let's start again then. Let's start again. What is your income. No problem my income is about eighty five thousand okay. And how much debt do you have. I have about twenty two thousand dollars worth of debt. Okay and so. Your roommate has one hundred forty three thousand dollars or one hundred twenty three thousand dollars worth of debt and eighty five thousand dollar income. Yes okay and and how much savings do you have. Sorry how much savings do you have. I have about ten thousand. Okay and how much does your roommate have. Saved she has about. I don't know the exact amount but somewhere between one hundred and twenty one hundred thirty but that's part of my question. Okay so my question. My question is i want to marry this girl and she us. You know being together indefinitely and we've been open with each other talking to halloween attack. That did her parents now. And we want to pay this off so we can get a house in the near future as quickly as possible So we've been transparent about a lot of things. And i wanted to ask you so the money that she had saved settlement he got from a medical condition. That happen through surgery. And something like that And she's a very reluctant to part ways with any like significant portion of it to pay down her student. Loan debt So i just wanted to get both of your opinions as to jam. Whoever recover from the medical problem So it's a chronic. It's became a chronic condition that is long term and can become acute. You know if something bad were to happen or if you know you don't feel whatever you spend on the chronic condition per year Right now between medication and therapy maybe around Ten thousand okay. That's okay let's so if if the amount that she spends on her condition doubles. She could still do that easily if she was debt. Free and didn't have any money correct. Okay well here's the thing you don't get to decide what other people do with their money unless you're married to them and we work on our plan together so i'm gonna fast forward in the conversation and pretend that you're married but don't do this unless you're married okay. The advice okay. Because it's bad advice. It's bad advice when you're not married. Okay she should not pay any of your debt. You should not pay any of her debt unless there is a marriage certificate. Because it's dangerous correct okay. So if she called me. I would understand her pain. Be empathetic with her pain. Listen to her and highly encouraged her to write a check today and be debt free and then take the freedom that she's got with an eighty five thousand dollar income and begin to rebuild her. Emergency fund I would tell you to take nine thousand of your ten and put it on your twenty two reducing it to then What eleven or thirteen and Then you're going to pay that off very very quickly out of your eighty-five because you're gonna be concentrating on it. And so probably by the time you get your marriage your wedding date set and arranged you both could be debt free and building your emergency funds which will put you in a phenomenal position to begin as a married couple to save to buy a house later. And that's the shortest distance between where you are and wealth the shortest distance between where you are as a married couple and financial peace and achieving your goals. Thank you and if you were my kids and you sat down at my kitchen table which are both younger than my kids. And so i would tell you to do exactly that same thing. And i've told i don't know hundreds of thousands of people just like you to the exact same thing in the last thirty years on this show. Yeah tim i would. Just say on the psychology of this to the best of your ability. Sit down with your girlfriend and see help her. See what. Dave just explained that she writes a check today. She pays off her debt and between her income and health care and the ability to be free to save. She's not going to be a financial deficit even with the chronic health condition. But she's got a see that you had to help her get there. You can't tell her you have to help show her. That's the psychology there were. She gets appointment shows. Oh okay that's great and she's gotta get free that fear you're right if if now let's change the scenario just from the reason i was asking all these questions because it does change the answer actually in this room. Let's say she makes eighty five thousand one hundred twenty three thousand dollars in debt hundred thirty thousand dollars in savings and i sa- question. What was the ongoing cost of her. Chronic illness and it's fifty thousand a year now. Probably not doing this yeah. I'm probably going to leave that money. Sitting there and start to work on the student loans out of my income while i worked through these chronic things because that hundred thirty thousand is there to take care of. Her medical needs first and foremost. That's right at ten thousand or twenty thousand. It's not a big problem. Mathematically at fifty or sixty thousand it starts to be a problem..

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Financial deficit even with a chronic health condition. But she's got a see that you had to help her get there. You can't tell her you have to help show her. That's the psychology there where she gets to the point where she goes. Oh okay that's great and she's got to get free that fear. Yeah you're right if you if now. Let's change scenarios. From the reason. I was asking all these questions because it does change the answer. Actually in this one. Let's say she makes eighty five thousand one hundred twenty three thousand dollars in debt hundred thirty thousand dollars in savings and i sa- question. What was the ongoing cost of chronic illness. And it's fifty thousand year now. We're probably not doing this. Yeah i'm probably going to leave that money sitting there and start to work on the student loans out of my income while i worked through these cranks because that hundred and thirty thousand is there to take care of her medical needs. First and foremost that's right at ten thousand or twenty thousand. It's not a big problem. Mathematically at fifty or sixty thousand is starts to be a problem power scripture today. Matthew ten sixteen. Look i'm sending you out as sheep among wolves so be as shrewd as and.

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

Real Estate Rookie

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie

"And also we've been exploring of some flip opportunities is have the license. It feels a little bit more attainable. So we're looking into that and really excited about the future there. I've got no doubt in my mind that you both are going to get there. Seem like action takers. You both seem just like pure real estate rockstar. So i love it now on the note of real estate rockstars and i want to highlight one of the ricky rockstars from our facebook group so for the listeners. If you guys are acting the facebook group yet you guys got to get in there. There's almost thirty thousand active members in that group. And when i say actor they're active. There's posting there all day every day. I try and go in there. Myself sometimes like added value to some of the conversations but there's already so many people that have commented given all the good stuff like i can't even add anything so just make sure if you guys aren't in their On facebook now. Today's real estate rockstar is izak mecca donna. Donahue his last name is but zach is twenty two years old and he just closed on his second unit finishes second unit so basically. His dad helped him with renovations. His girlfriend actually found the deal for him but it was a short sale. The took five months to close which is absolutely crazy but really normal for a short sale. They spent about eight weeks in the renovations and his dad's nights and weekends working on it. But it's all done now now but they i it for one hundred twenty three thousand dollars. They spent fifteen thousand dollars on the renovations. It's going to praise for about one hundred and seventy thousand dollars. And they're renting it for fourteen fifties. Sounds like an all inaugurate deals. Act so congratulations to you rather yeah. I need to add into that. Zack's girlfriend asked for referral fee to assume that's a girl. Well thank you guys so much for joining us. Can you tell everyone where they can find more information about you guys and possibly reach out to you. Yeah absolutely so we are on instagram. It's at eagle hill homes and then also our website as well has some of our properties in. We're going to be posting. Some of our current client projects in that is eagle hell homes dot com and then. Nick has an instagram that sometimes he remembers the name go. It's nick. Underscore ricchiuto. Are i. C c i o underscore. Are you reading off of a post. Look he forgets. He forgets the underscores. These all confused but that was good. Okay well thank you guys so much. We really loved having you both on the show. I'm ashley at wealthed rentals. He's tony tony. Jay robinson and we will be back on saturday with rookie reply..

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

08:08 min | 8 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"It looks like they're using their own controller which seems probably unnecessary Although there's another note that says it looks like it's a ps five controller. No kind of looks like one but it doesn't look like it is. Oh yeah that almost looks more like a a we pro controller to me kind of looks like the steering yoke can pipe in and say boost during yoke by the way. Yeah that weird. Yeah we're not an f one car. Yup if you drink bigger turns in that pretty annoying. But they're boasting five level performance chairs The model s. plaid costs one hundred. Twenty three thousand. Us dollars deliveries expected in august for us Residents and and yeah. There's some suggestions from a plu put in this topic. Mine crypto on your tesla to help pay it off is there is there. Crypto mining apps for cars is that i don't know wouldn't surprise me i the kfc console the console. What's next thanks. Plouffe aright windows ten windows. Ten is being sorry quick question. Would you game on this if you if you're parked somewhere and you had to wait. I don't even necessarily know why. But you were wearing you honestly. Compared to driving on the road that probably takes extremely minimal battery. So let's even say you're charging at a you during a road trip charging at a super charger within playing video games. You've one hundred twenty three thousand dollars a thousand dollar car. Would you be gaming. hold on a second. I think that's a harmful stereotype that like actual adults who have nice cars. Don't game i think gaming's for everyone these days i think left that lousy okay. I do agree with that. Anyone can be a game breaking. Oh sure for me. It seems you have this extremely baller car. You want game really badly. You can probably have switch or a laptop or something so but okay. Okay okay okay. You know what. I'm going to play devil's advocate. Why should i take. Which with me the game console in the car. you'd rather i to switch emulator. That's powerful enough for that. What's up now. I think are switching emulators. Okay anyways different. They're not very good yet but yes they do. Exist yeah The screen is the thing that i would complain about really. Yeah really weird format screen. It's a little weird. Yeah seated facing forward and it's like over here so you're this baller one hundred twenty three thousand. I believe your one hundred twenty three thousand dollar at starting and you're gonna sit in your car which you've probably been in for a very long time at this point and probably be anywhere else not because the car is uncomfortable necessarily just this use case basically requires a break on a road trip So you're sitting in your car for extended period of time like crank overturn a play a game on the middle screen like really i. Don't i don't know okay. What about save is probably stuck in the car. So you'd have to play the entire cyrus. No there's no way there's no way it's gotta to be cloud save. There's no way through what is going to work through the platform. So did they gotta be. It's gotta be through steelers. They have steam running on a car. There's no way this isn't through steam. It's gotta be and and i alternate okay. Alternate take on that. Let's say let's say theoretically you've got a friend now. You could sit and play like street fighter. Let's say you both have a controller. He's coming around to it. It's more interesting. It's coming around to it interesting. But i'd just both have switch for me for me. The issue is not one of. Could i foresee a situation where that might not. It might be entertaining. I could foresee a situation where it would be entertaining to have that there for me what it comes down. Oh this is a really good one from speed free full planes sitting in a ferry lineup yup sold. There's definitely situations where you might want to where you might want to have have a play video game for me and maybe this is just me being you know boomer right for me when i am out when i'm out and about i'm not sitting here thinking you know i'm gonna. I'm gonna play like a story driven like a pc game and there's lots of casual games now. So i mean thinking about it. That way is kind of ridiculous. I could play some spelunky. Well i'm just sitting board at the ferry but for me. It's just i'm in. I'm in the car. I'm sitting in a car and in a mindset. Where like i'm holding a hand held and i think you probably feel the same way and the thing is even though. I often keep my switch in my car. It often sits in my car. I basically never use it. Because when i'm sitting board i'm for twenty minutes. I'm usually on my phone. I'm on twitter. Or i'm reading youtube comments or i'm reading the news and so i think that yes it's a it's a. I'm not saying it shouldn't exist. I'm not like trying to be a downer like if someone finds a way to have fun with this. That's great. I just have a feeling like the customer for this car. If you're spending that much freaking money because that's a lotta money. It's a lot of spending that much money on a car. You probably have the disposable income to have some form of entertainment. That's going to be better than gaming on your center console or maybe not i mean having a maybe like that is i mean it certainly now. I would actually be really interested in it. If i was allowed to plug in whatever i wanted if i could just plug in my playstation or xbox or use it as as my swoosh yeah and just use it as a target. That'd be wheat. Like imagine that partnership between tesla and microsoft or tesla and sony. So that you could just use like an outlet in the car to run your console and just plug into it. That's what it would've rather they had done but if they're gonna have the gp horsepower anyway in it then. I i think it sensible enough to just let you run proton and run some unassuming lennox based. I actually don't know that. For a fact i'm assuming space though so why wouldn't they just let your proton let your on some games on it right. Yeah having the features. Completely fine i just i just don't see who's gonna use now. I inside of a pure rock curiosity one time type of deal now. I seven sixty nine sixty nine in the floatplane chat. Says i think the idea that because you have expensive item a you must have expensive items b. c. and d. is nonsense and under most circumstances. I would agree with you because i think that we're at a stage. Now where a person with a median income in north america can probably afford one of any pretty darn nice thing that they would want so just because someone has a really nice tv. Maybe they're a cinema buff and they don't even they they sit on the world's crappiest couch but for them image qualities everything. They've got a really nice tv southbound or something like that but not comfort. Yeah or they live in a small place or they don't drive a nice car. Whatever whatever like you could kind of afford a nice one of the most anything if you're at a median income individual and you're not living in a super super expensive area where housing is ridiculous. But i would say that in this case. I think luke's rationale is justified. Because we're not talking about something that costs.

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The War on Morons

The War on Morons

08:38 min | 11 months ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on The War on Morons

"Of life especially evanston. It's a college town. So we're northwestern is. I have a good feeling plenty of people there already benefited from affirmative action programs. And shit like that but i mean twenty five grand for one. I mean the the average income there is significantly higher than the average in the rest of the country. Right people there are probably already doing pretty well. I mean what are they want. They want a stipend for life. I can't imagine. I do the animal how they expect everybody else's tax money to pay for that. Did they want everybody else to be enslaved. What is the justification for this anyway. Like how did they explain this rally. They said they would burn the city down if they didn't get. I don't know if they actually said that i wouldn't be surprised. I mean we basically traded capitalism for piracy state some speaking of burning cities. Down in oregon. There's there's actually a bill in the state senate for one hundred twenty three thousand dollar reparation payouts. You know it almost makes you wonder. Halley states are going broke. doesn't it oregon also case. He has forgot. Oregon decriminalized all drugs last year. So i'm great. I hope that this passes. I mean give all the black people in portland one hundred grand and then make it a hundred dollar fine if they get called the proud of cracker heroin like this could work out great. It's going to work wonderful. tv fair how. Many people in oregon. Arthur really i mean how many guys are starting for the blazers. I mean they're all starting for the blazers sell dope. Horrible get another call. Thank god Actually looks like an oregon number so you can pick this up all right fine all right. I m hello caller. You're on without with wm. Go ahead and state your name and location hari. I'm nora again hi My daughter reason. Oh okay why is that that that You know i for here. okay No i mean they're they're talking about it. I guess it's it's moving through the legislature out there. If i have to ask her are you. Are you a black person. Oh no not my young right know. Oh he's a lot of our now. I have right now because they have really true. I can loan over the air over. I can't remember the name of the company he's he's from a different country. Yeah you lived over there Been together are long time and You know you know trump you know half or you know things. If it's very different very off he get by and I think i think some chat hold him. They just you know you sorry my job. Yeah i you know. He got the check out healthy because you know their whole trust the trying ball email. Yeah i know you know because he feels so kelsey. That will be great. Okay i mean. I sold new wrinkle on this. I hadn't really thought about that before. I'm not really sure if it works is. He is an american citizen. Oh yeah i guess it. Hey want beaver gear all right. I'm how long has he been back over at africa. Oh oh right. I mean really didn't work now they'll lazy. I mean. I tell you i tell my. Oh yes i see you know how rubio brake pad or the second. You've been with him for a long time but he's always been over there. I'm me now. So did you used to live in africa now. We met on facebook having a frank. He said i like future. Why you ev you. I don't really know a nice way to say this new dean but have you met him in person. Yeah no everything. I'm who i think people are. They ever must have people poor. Yeah matter. didn't you say you sold your home. sent him. i'm sorry. sold your house. You send him all of your money. Yeah the elevate your though. The desert nadine i. I'm just gonna say this. You're probably going to be upset. I i'm sorry to be the one to tell you this. But frankly i i actually this. I feel like he called this before. I think this was before this all happened. And i feel like i warned you back then i i think he might have gotten scammed. No i i i you know. I'm young people. You're not talking about true love required. Why high why people are funny day you know you. Just you know who've requires requires selling your home and moving in with your daughter to for somebody that doesn't return your emails cultural but but now talking to be okay. Because he's gonna get american reparations and my journey been together so don't do you know if he hears this he's going to. He's going to show up again. I mean he he. I guarantee he's gonna send you another email. I hope how. And i know you feel guilty about all the money. But i've got a athlete. I'm here with my daughter. No no don't do no don't please please. Hey we don't..

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Two Peas In A Podcast

Two Peas In A Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Two Peas In A Podcast

"These month thing we we certainly need more bee's if we don't have, we don't have trees we have flowers we'll have food I mean, these are claimed Moore. These are La- God gave us an uneasy always food they're innocent it never goes back and honey also good Naggar antibiotic used medically. Absolutely. Absolutely well of. Doug wanted to ask you about yeah. Well, I know that your your background medical and your background also in city. Also and everything. Is there a what is the city also doing to help these businesses out that got affected? So drastically by covert well, if you were, thank thank during the summer, we did pass the covid nineteen care eight resolution which pay in plays one, hundred and six, hundred, sixty, one, thousand, one, hundred, twenty, three, thousand dollars. That seat is matching up two hundred, fifty thousand dollars to address issues such anyone not moderate income who have benefited by Kootenai team. So we've already passed a resolution to address that. So there's there is A. Is. It businesses or individuals are both it's a combination of both of Jesse when it came to the business in the city limits did do what because on when we had a first area that was initially started out to Har- downtown face one than it also phased out further so and so we did do that and we will continue to see what else will be available in what we can call this recovery from Colbert is owned because first of all, we don't have you don't have a cap on the run. We don't have a treatment yet for we don't have a vaccine so we are projected to being this. Up to next year and so as a city, we're planning these that foreign advance. So we're we're only seeing we're finding so that we can look at it numbers based on the numbers compared this year to last year. So we're trying and we're projecting what we can expect in the future from his Co... Nice to know that or talk tell me. How How our businesses Farren through this and we lost a bunch of businesses I know that they're all hurt. I was in the restaurant business for twenty eight years before I got state license I know what it takes to run a restaurant what you need to cover your. So clearly, they've gotta be hurt and I. Know they are. But half how fair we lost businesses are we helping them right now? Well, we'll have but also you know that most businesses within the first five years opening that's a critical time period. So to be honest Undo Hispanic that businesses just opened the first five years who don't have that customer base, they will suffer the boats and they close their doors more than they won't open over them again. Now have seen somethings shift from being A. Brick, and mortar to food trucks. A seen more businesses if they are doing certain retails shifted from a retail building business own lot are What I'm saying is is something that is who I don't want open I've also seen the creativity of somebody's disorders to shift to another format to survive sleeping comeback good news is. I really am done. I've done a restaurant business big and small corporate and family owned and I know what a struggle it is to meet that payroll you get into a business, any business. If. You Care About your folks are like family. So you hate to see businesses struggle and feel like you're you're not meet your obligations to you your family, and then you're not family. So it's good to know that there's a place to turn. To do that so. We touched on briefly just a second ago about. Development in north South East, and West. All like you have you've heard it forever narrow. Sure. You have less Florence versus south. Lars what. What is it gonNA take less get north and east involved in that conversation. You know when I first ran for City Council two, twenty ten before even coming board I started

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Must collectively. Their behavior doesn't sound like a human being to me well On here to say. CBC or a Canadian Broadcasting Company CBC News has decided not to publish published girls. Last name good. I try my hardest not to think about it closed court. She said from Vancouver Lawyer's office our grandfather other Maxwell Johnson is looking into human rights case. That would address both the police and B. M. O.'s. Actionable good. Could Ooh let me remind you guys all right. Mr Johnson had an account there already and the money that he had was the result of a court settlement that had to do with. I believe spawning writes that the tribe has the first nations people have their the reports. Are that report was in excess of thirty thousand dollars now if that if that was the average average pay payments each of the nation members and a lot of them had money in that bank. pull it out so already a customer with quite you've been a money in my pocket is and this is how they treated him and daughter. Damn I'm GONNA the title Instance instances like this be. Wb Banking Wild Brown away till later in the show. Wait till later in the show all say let me let me look. Let me look ahead here. Real Quick Sir. I say Again Lou. Ria that's that's where I'm headed lug so let me go on here and said that when she saw the police inside the bank she got nervous quoting her again Dan. I kind of figured they thought we were trying to do something close court. She said police detained two after a bank of Montreal. All employees called nine one. One employee had difficulty validating their identification government issued Indian status cards according to Cameron Cameron Fowler President of Personal Banking at B. M. O. Financial Group said the bank apologized in the office of the police. Police complaints. Commissioner is now investigating the police departments detention in restraining of pair. Torreon and her grandfather are now fearful police choice and a banks but in particular of the Bank of Montreal even just passing it he he said the rest of the Article v shots want to check that out. Please please feel free to do so but yeah most kids the I mean look at if you guys remember here in the United States when Nine eleven went down and the months that that went past it. If you if you think about if you travel through an airport and you saw in many instances Lisa larger international airports in particular you would have saw military reservists armed patrolling through the terminals. First Time night ever seen that in my life and you really do get nervous. Because you're you know in most cases white man with gun right your indigenous here come the police for you. I thought his way after me Hell did I. They do right next thing. You know you're twelve and your cops that has an impact sure in in no amount of were. Now that's not GonNa fix it GonNa fix it right so the farther you are up. Yeah that information and they are a segment is what I was going to mention. And we'll we'll save it. This bit of feedback comes to us from listener. Joel thank thank you Joe Hello Friends. I'll make this quick. He says so in America. It's totally fine to put brown kids in cages at the border order but in Alabama people get arrested when white kids are put in cages. The hypocrisy has no no bounds and occupied turtle island. Excuse me one second grade. Point Occupied Turtle Island people as remember that okay and the title of the Article Has Mother Grandmother and grandfather accused of Cajun children in Alabama. And its comes to the by way of NBC News and again just think back. I warned everybody is going to be emotional. This episode subtitle when when authorities conducted a welfare check at a resident. They found four children and two wooden cages. That had had an locks the source comes comes from Apple News. The sheriff's Office said it received information Monday in regard to possible child abuse at resident and Smiths Station. Aw which is about eight miles from Phoenix City. And it's not spill like the Phoenix that we all know near the Georgia border. When authorities authorities conducted a welfare check at the residents? They found four children ages. Three four ten eleven. They also discovered to wooden cages. That had hats and locks as I mentioned before investigators say they learned that the children had been locked in cages on multiple occasions Asians among the images from the home her released by the sheriff's Office was one of a crib with what appeared to be wooden slats. That's over it. The fifth child and eight month old. Who was not present at the time of the welfare check? It's also believed to have have lived at the residence. All five children have been removed from the home and are in care of the county. The share sheriff's Sheriff's office said on Wednesday the suspects were each charged with two counts of aggravated child abuse of a child less than six years of age. H Two counts of reckless endangerment. Pamela bond is also charged with one count of tampering with physical evidence. She is being held on one hundred. Twenty three thousand dollars. Bond bail was set at one hundred. Twenty two thousand for James Bond and man in.

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Tracy taylor coming up on the candy mike and todd show if the surge are shut that that's a surge of power that's because she's your news is next candy will pick junior story i will put you news story then you voted nine eight nine seven three on who story will be the first read the losing story read at six o'clock muckilteo teachers may have the highest pay in the entire state a first year teachers with a bachelor's degree start at sixty grant teachers with twelve plus years experience and a masters degree will make one hundred twenty three thousand dollars because everybody knows teachers with master's degrees of deliver a far better teaching experience in turn out better equip students don't have master's degree that's fact scientifically true i in fact i read that it's ninety nine point nine percent certain to be the case almost twelve percent of the time candy well as somebody who is in one of these public schools on the regular i will say if you have more training opportunities you have some more more tools in your toolbox so if you have a masters degree you have some more training opportunities so i would say that you do deserve to be paid more oh no i disagree entirely goodness all right so what do you don't know don't know i disagree entirely completely okay disagree more because i don't care about your education i want you to have a base of education you should know the subject matter you're teaching but i want you to turn out great experiences in the classroom i want to see kids inspired when kids are behind him want to see that recognized dealt with when kids are at risk a love that you have that radar up you're looking out for them i want to see delivered party i don't care how it got there i don't care if it got there the bachelor's degree or a master's degree what i wanna see isn't excellence in the classroom and i do not believe that getting a master's degree makes you twice as much a mixture twice as much as a teacher with a bachelor's degree not even close nor the twelve years experience it might experiences certainly a really really great way to get good at what you're doing it's it's not something you can obtain through you know through a brochure or an online class or through college but i want to pay the great teachers more and i want to move the other teachers and other professions that's where i sit the problem with that is a lot of people will not do their education when their instructors all in one take so they'll be going back to school to kane that masters and when they do that these are the people who say teaching is my calling right so then they go back and then they get the masters when they do that they get a more i would say modern look at where education is right now and almost that refresher i feel that that is really important is what i am seeing in a regular classroom every day that makes that makes sense to me okay is i look at modern education and i look now what bill gates bill gates has admitted that something he backed and he backed it strongly with his own money with common core he's not made it that was a mistake and what he said is it was a mistake because we took the decisions away from teachers we took it away from districts and by the way the teaching methodology in terms of math that's become a joke and it's become a running mean of a joke and it should be when it takes you twenty two steps to add twenty two and ten so that's a modern way of teaching now there's some great things that come at a modern ways at teaching great such as the ability to work with kids who've been traumatized or the ability to work with kids who are academically advanced but maybe there's not an p. class where they live maybe they haven't had the ability get in that because there's a lot of modern that's good but i simply deny and in fact categorically disagree with the idea that a master's degree makes anybody twice as worth worth twice as much as anybody else has the potential to do that but you have to deliver right in that's where the that's where the pay comes into me now the top pay here candy hundred twenty three thousand bucks a year and i hear all the time my mom was teacher her whole life my wife is a teacher i hear constantly teachers are underpaid in something that i agree with some teachers are some teachers aren't hundred twenty-three grand in mukilteo of that seems like decent money but that's for somebody who has spent money on their education that somebody who has that somebody also you're talking about somebody who has had a few years under their belt for experience you're not talking about entry level teacher but you're also talking about the leaders that are in your entire school and help create and fostering that culture no not maybe because you're talking about people that have at least ten years experience before you're kind of making that money but just make you leader what what you're talking about though those people who aren't leaders aren't necessarily ingrained in the fabric of the school community and i see it every day because i'm in that classroom i see the teacher that has been there twenty plus years versus the one who this is her or his first year of teaching and there's different styles and they adapt and they cherry pick for each other what are you doing what's working all that stuff like there's a knowledge base there that's valuable and that's why they should be paid that much well see i disagree completely they should be paid that much because they turn out great kids because their classrooms consistently well run because they're getting kids up to the next stage in an appropriate way because the showing a consistency in that because they work well with their colleagues because they do interrupdate that way but the experience that that is immaterial to me unless it is manifested in you being great what you what you do i'll give you an example i worked in the government schools to candy not not maybe degree that you did i was disciplined coordinator to gang impacted school and i worked amongst all the teachers and i can tell you there were twenty year teachers there brent i won't say your last name she taught what was called them the behavior of this order classroom she was brilliant these were some of the toughest kids to deal with she dealt with so well and she expected things from them and there was an she's a twenty year person this another twenty year person who probably was one of the most catastrophic things to ever come across a kid's life but she couldn't be fired because the unions in everybody knew she was catastrophic but they were paid the same amount of money they both put in twenty years now they weren't getting one hundred twenty three grands in mukilteo which seems to me it does seem to be good you know what there's teachers were three or four times that much money we're paying everybody when we're paying everybody just based upon experience in education i just don't think we reward great behavioral i think what you also need to take in consideration is how are we testing in qualifying good kids you turn out good kids and that's where everyone looks at it differently and goes well if you score high on test scores your classroom turned out good kids now that's not necessarily true well if your kids graduated a higher rate than other kids that might not be your doing as worth the environment that they are at home well that's not quite the same thing so then you get really tough on how are you gonna turn around to teacher and say you are one hundred twenty five thousand dollar teacher you are clearly a seventy five thousand dollars each and you might get sixty yeah that's the tough part i guess i just fail to believe that teaching is the one profession that we can't measure outcomes we do it in every other way like you can have you can be a salesperson in a terrible economy guess what you still need to make your numbers you can be a sales person with the company this seven peer problems you still have to make your numbers you can be a lawyer right and you you could have a tough client with a client wouldn't listen to me okay but you lost the case right i mean i know lawyers the bill just failed to believe that teaching is the single profession where it is impossible to measure outcomes entitled to to pay well i mean you really are because you're talking about a tiny human with free will talking about employee three will be talking about bosses with free will and customers the free will so i just i can't get to this is the a single profession where we can't measure now we come back on the candy mike and todd show mike's not here so came the pitch a new story each of us your votes will decide who wins and you get ready at nine eight nine seven three that's next right now we'll get a traffic.

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And I want you call bathroom Scott because you got nothing to lose. If you have an accountant right now, get a second opinion that I say that right? Absolutely. Let me give you an example Willie the other day. Well, actually this was last year. It was last summer. One of the most successful real estate agents in our area alcohol for miss s s. Okay. Because I can't tell her name, obviously, you'd recognize her name. Recognize her company. She was she's one of the top producers in the Dallas area, and she came to me and she sit front of my desk set there and her big Brown eyes tears were streaming down her is because of her tax Bill. She had paid one hundred twenty three thousand dollars in taxes for two thousand seventeen she sold a lot of real estate. And then she she was absolutely. She was making all this money. But yet crying because all of our extra money was going to the government. And she felt like she was an indentured servant to the government. You know, she doesn't she didn't have any money left over to for retirement. She had no money to put aside for kids college. You know, she was just beside herself. And she I mean, she even went to the CPA firm that had been doing her taxes their largest most well-known CPA firms in the area, and they miss like two or three of the most obvious tax strategies. So I said, let's do this. Let's just do a tax plan for. You. So we ended up saving her for of even got the numbers. Here we implemented four strategies for two thousand eighteen and we saved for thirty eight thousand three hundred eighty four dollars for twenty eighteen how is that for picking up the phone? You know, when you sit there and tell me that the best accounting firm in such and such place miss plugging. I mean, Ray Charles us all that. Right..

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

14:28 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on THE HAPPY WORKAHOLIC PODCAST

"Is just incredible. Wild. You know, it's funny. We you're when you're living successfully that a lotta times, you you aren't aware of it. Because that's what you doing. Wing it because you're doing something that you love, and you believe that you you built this team who also believes in in. What is your guy's vision becomes your together? And it's it's so powerful in cool. And you know, when I when I set off to do this. I've always been entrepreneur. I before the word, it's so funny. Like, we go through these phases of words. Listen growing up like you wanted to be veterinary. You wanted to be a doctor like no-one said I wanted to be an entrepreneur you'd be like an entre. What like it wasn't one of those? Keith Quinn terms as it is now, and I look back at who. I was growing up. That's who I was like I was hustling rhesus Frank stickers at recess making commissions. Ten affi- like when they move vending. Machines. I worked out with the drill team of to order candy in self box candy on the school bus because they couldn't bide in the lobby. Like, I was always finding a niche that needed to be filled filling it, and I didn't realize that's what I was. But that was that's who I am. That's my makeup woods ingrained in it came time to graduate college. I was up late one night. I saw an infomercial for an EBay store. And I don't know if you guys remember, but it's hard to take yourself back fifteen years because so much has changed in fifteen years that we have not seen the growth in ever that we've seen because of the internet and back in the day. It was like, you know, you only have retail. You couldn't hop online. You couldn't order things second hand was like whatever was in your neighborhood. So it was whatever the taste was in your neighborhood is what will be in your local consignment store. And it was only really popular in large cities. It. Wasn't popular anywhere else. So it was it wasn't something that could be like wildly popular. And so suddenly I recognize that with EBay. It was like, okay, wait, you can reach people all over the world, and you can bring this model everywhere, and I will kick goods from other people in my mind started working in this way. And I was like, you know, what I'm gonna redefine consignment. And like, I literally have this vision in fifteen minute period and the next morning program journals Q, I I'm not gonna so my collection for my final write a business plan. And this is what I'm gonna do when she looked at me. And that is the most ridiculous idea ever heard, and I did her, and I was like, okay, suck you. I'm gonna use you as fuel and guess what? I'm gonna have my parents attorney, which listen, I'm from Kansas City, lower middle-class. Let me just. Attorney on retainer. A family situation that hundred and I was like my mom's attorney that she has through her corporate plan is going to write up a statement that you can't use my name is alumni. And she's like, okay. Sure. Whatever. So that's what we did withdrew because I was so mad at her because she didn't believe in me. And it was like I was a good student. You know, like, I I thought I had a good idea. I did the exact opposite like supposed to be there to motivate lake it believe in you educator. Unfortunately, I have learned from her is a Chit never really worked in the industry should have only ever been edgy -cation in. She didn't have real world experience to match what she was preaching out of her book. So, unfortunately, those two like, but it had and she willingly signed that little release than they could never use. My name is alumni and really hurt them locally. Because. In chicago. Like, I had a moment. Like, I was young. I was doing something. Cool. I had caught national attention, and it was pre internet days. You're talking back with like I used to convince people to put their credit card in online. My first website quote to get a website built. I I quote was one hundred twenty three thousand dollars because it had an ecommerce component. Okay. Like things were so so different in. So I was having to figure all these things out from a bootstrap perspective. And it was it was hard hustle. But I was so excited about it. And might add that when you do things you love. They don't start out the way that you when you close your eyes, you see it. That's not what look like like is most likely a card table your kitchen. It's not like a glossy like career elect show room. Basically like I had right green walls, and I sold fly fishing equipment and coins latronic and ice old whatever you would bring into my stores like pay my rent, but I started to focus on people to get designer luxury goods that was that was my goal. And I knew that like knows it's going to drop off the Burkitt's. I had to meet those people I was twenty two with no connections in school dead. And I might add like I got my business off of an SPA loan in a line of credit. So I even added on board dead to my school debt. I didn't have like some secret pocket of cash to help me. Start my business, which also seems to be a new trend in this whole girl boss world. Oh, good for you got a business. And how'd you get your funding? Oh, okay. Okay. In which being planned? Oh, no game. Okay. Yes. You rock it. But I made all those hard sacrifices that I don't think everyone has to make all the sacrifices. I think that's what soupy falls even now like having podcasts, and these education resources where you can learn from others, if you find someone good it's willing to spit you troops hold on tight because it is invaluable a wad of the world is very glossy will make things some pretty like look for those people that will give you the loss. But also give you the grid. And yeah, I hired a whole marketplace over fifteen years in I didn't realize what I was doing what I was doing it. I just knew I was doing something that I love it was really that was always out. I love it said that it's so true. You don't realize what's happening until you just stop for a minute. Like, I built this. Sass four. But when I was closing his store, and I was like taking the press wall down that press wall was a very expensive press wall. Lucite ghost press vol. But I won't has to every day to me. It was an installation I looked at it as an art install for the front of the store. That's what I built to be. But I didn't realize what I had done on that wall. And when I was taking it down. I was like oh gosh. Like look at the title on this article or like look at this. Because a lot of times when it's happening. It's all happening so quick, and you try to be present. But you don't realize the magnitude when you're kind of caught in that forward momentum. Because if you're there for the right reasons, you're just you're all about your strategy in executing in your growth, and I wasn't caught up in the gloss of it. It everyone be like, aren't you? So proud, and I'm like an it's the bag. Oh, yeah. Wow. Because it just becomes. It's just who you are. I mean, it's it's every every cell of your body when you're when you're doing it, right? When it comes. Is not than you have to start looking at is the right fit for me. Now, I could definitely relate to that feeling on a different level like more personal level where a couple months ago, I was finally getting off my belongings back from Vegas. And I'm not sure if you know this about me, but I travelled for years for work all over the world all over the world. So I worked on over sixty cruise ships and motor yachts and then got into private aviation, and my my belongings are unique items that I could not resist from my troubles. But a majority is photo albums, and I started I mean, I've hundreds like probably two hundred pounds worth of photo albums because that's what we did back in my day. We took photos went to CVS to develop them, and it was so emotional getting my stuff as it is. And then I started going through photos, and I'm like holy shit. Like. That was my life like fucking did a lot. And I'm like, no wonder why I'm tired. But you don't you don't realize, you know, like, it's it's it's wild. But Jan now I'm really proud of you know, what Bill to what I did. I look back at the each when I was doing it. I'm like holy cow. I was just so I still am. But just fearless. I mean like you could not shake me you try, but it wasn't going to happen. And I remember the first person that walked in my store when I opened it mind. You I missed my college graduation to go to EBay live in New Orleans 'cause I need to find some software. Mrmic college graduation to go to EBay conference, two months later opened up a retail store. I really didn't know what the hell. I was doing. I'm on the walls sign logo in clip, art. It was fine. Got me by. But the first guy walked he's like, this is a stupidest business I've ever seen. You're gonna fail. And I was like I was like, okay. Thank you. I just like not mad at him. Then watch me watch me. Five and a half years. I built a new luxury retail thirty five hundred square foot space across town. It was moving out of my first original space, and you walked in polish is to me in said that he was wrong. You kidding? Never forget that. Holy shit. Oh my God. It's a really good lesson though. Because I think, you know, back then like, no social media existed rifles watt easier. I know trial. You know, like people are really quick to make judgments and in the social media world, which is to like, you know, like swiping making a quick judgment. And trolls leave comments don't think in their head. They got loud and. Tools never come back or they don't know how to come back in. So when a lot of people are, you know, you're you're feeling good. You're you've got that wind got that momentum in some comes in just shits all over your parade. Like, don't let them shit on your Perron is the right point is who cares. Everyone has hit. And when you put yourself out there, whether it be a business or service or social at wok, people always going to be there to have an opinion. And like I've been trolled really hard. When I have my reality show. I was trolled really really hard afterwards. Like it taught me a lot. I just don't give a shit. That's all comes down to like where you more like that. Now, like, I know that you've always kind of been like that. But now, it's you're so much stronger because he went through that now, especially like, I know what matters in life. Like, I am happy with like my family my unit. And like the way that I live in my moral, compass, and my just how I see things I'm I'm happy with that at worked hard. And I am very honest with myself, and I've worked to become a better person in a different person different ways because we change. What is like are using person you were in high school as you were in your twenties as you were thirties? The answer is yes, then you need to take fricken hard. Look at yourself because something is wrong because no one should be the same. You should not be stagnant. You are literally like you have to educate yourself constantly that doesn't mean a school format. It means whatever you're interested in. Get better change because what happens in feel like what we're seeing now in why so many friendships fail divorces fail is because we do have so many opportunities for growth available to us in some people. Choose to take them some people don't and those that don't those do you start to grow apart? And so you have to make sure that you and your family, especially partner, you're on that same pattern together in in whatever that is it doesn't mean you have to be learning. The rep apace if one person is on a trajectory that you're there, you're supporting them in you're aware of that in your unit like it's a foul like working in it becoming better in not in like a cheesy ass way is just like salute their life the same like there's nothing wrong with stagnancy in certain things. But like do really wanna like make the same sandwich every single day. Like when like maybe wanna like, learn, toast, your bread. I just idea like change it up. So I'm I'm in this like pre like path right now. I'm just trying to like honest myself in learn and be the best. I can be for my daughter the best that could be partner. You know? Like, my career was Siri big it had Siri big moment. And in that moment, like my partner supported me in the second chair in like made sure I was good. And was my support in right now. My partner is having a very big. And I'm there to support him keep our family tight in do different things. And I think that's that's awesome can change in that way. Crazy her life works to it is that was stuck like I remember this is fifteen years fifteen years. You know, that's all I did. That was it. I did nothing else. But work day in day out and loved it for twelve.

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"What do you guys? Do. Somebody told me in our mini conversations before we actually got on the air that President Trump wrote some new laws about accounting with respect when it comes to real estate. You know, all about that. So tell me why your company is different than other companies. Absolutely. Well, yes, we are so different than the typical CPA firm over the last two years. Scott myself have been we have been studying with the top tax attorneys and financial planners in the country. Developing a lot of news tax strategies around the two thousand eighteen tax reform in the tax cuts and jobs act, which is also the Trump tax cuts. Right. This is the tax reform. It was the biggest reform since one thousand nine hundred eighty six or something like that. But Scott, and I realized there was so many opportunities for us to really help our clients with more than just doing a tax return taking the numbers from the tax return numbers from the client sticking the monetize return. That's the typical traditional CPA Scott. And I used to be like that too. Okay. We have changed. We we are now. Actually, doing a tax planning service for our clients where we go, and we find a whole bunch of tax strategies, they're going to fit our clients. Thick books. The tax plan is fifty thousand pages long. Yeah. Scott calls at fifty shades of grey because it is full of grey areas. And we spent all this time with these elite professionals across country developing new strategies for business owners realtors brokers and successful real estate investors. Yeah. You know, there's over fifty thousand real estate agency in the great state of Dallas, Texas. And guarantee you. Over a lot of them. Make a lot of money using the largest commodity in the world that you know, trading real estate, right? So if you're a real estate agent listening right now, and you don't really have your arms wrapped around. Am. I using the right tax strategy two thousand eighteen here's what I want you to do. I want you write down this phone number nine seven two four six ten forty nine seven two four four six ten forty. And I want you call or Scott because you got nothing to lose. If you have an accountant right now, get a second opinion that I say that right? Absolutely. Let me give you an example Willie the other day. We'll actually this was last year. It was last summer. One of the most successful real estate agents in our area are alcohol. Miss s s okay? Because I can't tell her name, obviously, you'd recognize her name. You would recognize her company. She was she's one of the top producers in the Dallas area, and she came to me, and she said friend of my desk set there and her big Brown eyes tears were streaming down her eyes. Because of her tax Bill. She had paid one hundred twenty three thousand dollars in taxes for two thousand seventeen and she sold real estate dingy. She was a ver-. Absolutely. She was making all this money. But yet crying because Oliver extra money was going to the government. And she felt like she was an indentured servant to the government. You know, she doesn't she didn't have any money left over to reach for retirement. She had no money to put aside for kids college. You know, she was just beside herself. And she I mean, she even went to the CPA from that had been doing our taxes there. What is the largest most well-known CPA firms in the area, and they miss like two or three of the most obvious tax strategies. So I said, you know, let's do miss says, let's just do a tax plan for you. So we ended up saving her for of even got the numbers here we implemented four strategies for two thousand eighteen and we saved for thirty eight thousand three hundred eighty four dollars for twenty eighteen. Yeah. How was that? That for picking up the phone. You know, when you sit there and tell me that the best accounting firm and sentenced plays miss plugging. I mean, Ray Charles goose all that..

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WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The end of one chapter and the beginning of another chapter DNC chair Tom Perez says the final decision between Milwaukee in other finalists wasn't enviable. Dilemma are you hold a convention is a very strong statement of your values concent- democratic chair. Martha landing tells me that statement brings loud and clear all know that we need to show that we. We care about every part of our country. We're not just coastal every part of our country is important and no better place to do. Then wisconsin. It'll be the first time since nineteen Ninety-six the convention will be held in the midwest. Tony WTMJ news. I'm Melissa barklay. When I read that I was so pleased that the city is going to get some of the recognition that it really richly deserves co owner of collective okapi Lincoln Fowler says this is a prime opportunity for the city as we've brought people in sometimes from out of town to look at what we do. They often come away remarking how they never really would've come here. But now that they've been here. They really love what the city is Melissa barklay WTMJ news. Some state Republicans are celebrating the DNC's announcement in their own way. Former governor Scott Walker tells today's TM J four the convention will be an economic boom to Milwaukee in the states. Their money is not red money. It's not balloons green money, while Democrats hope the convention will make Wisconsin a blue state next year. Walker says having the extreme parts of the party up close could backfire. I actually think that might motivate now with Republican voters undecided voters who look at that. And go way too similar sentiments being shared by Senator Ron Johnson, and the Republican party of Wisconsin. An autopsy is scheduled for today for a woman killed by gunfire on Milwaukee's northwest side. Police say it took place outside a home near ninety first street and mill road around one pm a twenty eight year old woman was also injured by a gunshot wound. Police continue to investigate a motive. And looking for a suspect brewers players who took part in last season's postseason run wanted. The voice of the brewers to earn the same. They did players voted in November that Bob euchre should get the full playoff share of one hundred twenty three thousand dollars euchre donated the money to the make a wish foundation, boys and Girls Club of Milwaukee, wounded warriors and the freighter cancer center..

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WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is Jeff wider WGM. Jay. I have to admit I think this was one of the coolest stories of the weekend. Last year brewers make the playoffs come within a game of making the World Series. And what happens is that the players get a share of the playoff based on on. How far you go? And what the players get to do is they sit down, and they get to decide how that money is going to be divvied up. So you've got this pot of money. For example, somebody who's we've been with the team the whole year might get a full share somebody who came in in the last thirty days, the season might get a partial share they can award money to like the clubhouse attendants to the coaches, the players get to decide this. This is their decision last year the way it worked out is the shares turned out to be one hundred and twenty three thousand dollars a person, you know, what they did you see the story. Bob euchre got one of the shares the players voted to give Bob euchre a broadcaster a full share. This may be. Unprecedented in the history of major league baseball. I I don't know for sure, but nobody seems to know thinking that ever happened again hundred twenty three thousand dollars, and it shows I think held the players view, Bob euchre, and what just a treasure. He is that they awarded him one hundred twenty three thousand dollars and to Bob's credit. And he doesn't get a lot of attention for this. Bob said, well, I appreciated the money apparently the money all went to charity. I mean, he said there's no way I'm keeping this money, and he divided it up between a couple of charities that he's very very active with, but he just what a cool story in general. And I think it shows just how special the brewers team is and how special the organization is that you have a radio broadcaster that the players on their own decide, you know, we're going to we're going to give a share of our proceeds to the to the broadcaster. And then that broadcaster decides I'm going to give it away to charity. Just a really really cool story. It's twelve thirty one. Let's go to the WTMJ breaking news. The centre here's Eric. Both. Thank Sarah, the Milwaukee Bucks. Pfizer form announced. They're thrilled. The twenty twenty democratic national convention will now be held in Milwaukee. Word of a decision came down shortly after maritime Barrett held his state of the city address advice serve this morning. It.

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News Radio 920 AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Winning the competition saves lives spill Rapley from NBC ten Amanda milk events in today's Providence Journal addresses. What I like to call the vapor story, you know, this thing's front and center for better part of a week or two and all of a sudden, you don't hear much about it. But it's back. Former state aid accused of groping providence teenager in offering him. A state job is pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor. Assault charge. That's Daniel Brown. He lost his job that Pete about sixty three thousand bucks a year as a chief aide and the department of labor in training shortly after providence police arrested in last summer an eighteen year old man told officers that Brown brought him back to his apartment in providence back in July on pretenses of getting him a state job instead gave the teen alcohol and fondled him. Police said the teenager reacted by stabbing Brown in the neck. I'm sure you remember the story Brown was originally charged with second degree, assault sexual assault. And if convicted would have had to register as a sex offender, however, a plea agreement back on January sixteenth. Amended. The charge to simple assault and removed that possibility Brown was sentenced to probation for a year. I'm a simple assault charge and six months probation to serve concurrently for offering the teenager alcohol. Meantime, the teenager is still facing a felony assault charge for allegedly stabbing Brown. The American gaming association says about ten percent of Americans say that they're going to bet on the Sunday's Super Bowl which translates to about twenty two point seven million people in about six billion dollars in bets currently only eight states offer legal regulated sports betting, which is about why about one point eight million. That's why of those Americans plan to bet illegally through a bookie with millions more placing a better illegally through offshore online. Bookies, of course, here in the ocean state. We are one of those eight states. Yeah, we get to the race early beating out the rest of New England sports betting. How much is it generated revenue since it was legalized here in Rhode Island? Here's Erica Ritchie from eyewitness news. But it's early. Seven weeks to be exact that's when the first sports betting venue opened in Rhode Island at twin river in Lincoln, the Tiverton casino almost immediately following the numbers that came in Monday reflect revenues from five of those weeks modest it's probably the best way to describe it right now Paul gremaldi of the state revenue department shared the financial gains with us at a meeting of the state lottery committee at the Lincoln gaming facility at twin river just over nine hundred thousand dollars came in the Tiverton casino netted about one hundred twenty three thousand dollars combine the sports books. Brought in just over a million dollars the states cut fifty one percents or about half a million dollars. We've got our work cut out for us. That's because the projection for this fiscal year, ending June is twelve million dollars. But gremaldi is confident it just needs momentum to build get some big winners out of the Super Bowl out of the NBA play-off.

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"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"American gaming association says about ten percent of Americans say that the going to bet on this Sunday's Super Bowl which translates to about twenty two point seven million people in about six billion dollars in bets currently only eight states offer legal regulated sports betting which is about. Why about one point? Point eight million. That's why of those Americans plan to bent illegally through a bookie with millions more placing a better illegally through offshore online. Bookies, of course, here in the ocean state. We are one of those eight states. Yeah, we get to the race early beating out the rest of New England sports betting. How much is it generated revenue since it was legalized here in Rhode Island? Here's Erica, Richie from eyewitness news. But it's early seven weeks to be exact that's when the first sports betting venue opened in Rhode Island at twin river in Lincoln, the Tiverton casino almost immediately following the numbers that came in Monday reflect revenues from five of those weeks modest it's probably the best way to describe it right now Paul gremaldi of the state revenue department shared the financial gains with us at a meeting of the state lottery committee at the Lincoln gaming facility. Twin river just over nine hundred thousand dollars came in the Tiffany casino netted about one hundred twenty three thousand dollars combine the sports books. Brought in just over a million dollars the states cut. Fifty one percents or about half a million dollars? We've got our work cut out for us. That's because the projection for this fiscal year ending in June is twelve million dollars. But gremaldi is confident it just needs momentum to build some big winners out of the Super Bowl out of the NBA.

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