17 Burst results for "P P"

"p p" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"p p" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"So much fun, excitement, anticipation and just hopefully you'll be able to share it with probably immediate family. But with someone Either virtually or or in person, But I hope you are able to take time to celebrate and reflect on the year just behind us, but also the hope. That this week brings that this Christmas celebration brings and keep that. Keep that all year. As it's there for you all the time. All right, so looking for some hope there are some people out there looking for some hope, and there are folks who are out of work. Or maybe they've been partially shut down from work because of the pandemic, and they're hurting financially. Need need money on die, boy. Do I respect that? I get that. But let's take a look a little bit of the details of the stimulus package that they're talking about, Uh, voting on and most likely they will vote on this in a positive yesterday. A couple of things did happen. They went over the package, and they sort of agreed on the package. The House did pass a one day government funding bill. Sunday night to avoid a government shutdown at midnight. The Senate then passed the continuing resolution and the president signed it shortly before midnight. Buying Congress 24 hours before the next deadline. And you thought I put things off when it can be Christmas shopping. Wow. Okay. So Guess it's staying with me. At least I get it done at the last minute. Now. Today, the House is gonna vote on the final covered relief package. Along with now It's not just most folks who think they just voting on the stimulus bill. But they're not just voting on that. Actually, it's just part of a larger package at $1.4 Trillion omnibus spending bill. That will keep things going for the next fiscal year. So ah! There you go. That's in. This is part of it. Now. This is 900 billion. So which is a lot smaller than some of the things that they were talking about doing. But still, here's what it will do. And it's hard for me to think of Numbers that large and throw them around is if they're just like about 50, But I guess this is government. It's a larger scale. Key provisions that included as part of this agreement, according to the release. It was put out yesterday from the House and the Senate leaders. Direct payment checks up to $600 for adult and child. Of course, you have to meet an income criteria for that. They do not list that here and the information that I have, but I imagine will be close to what it was last time. Aid for struggling small businesses. Including more than 284 billion for forgivable paycheck protection. Okay for the P P. P and 15 billion in dedicated funding for live venues, independent movie theaters and cultural institutions so shot there for the arts in the form of $15 billion. $300 per week for enhanced unemployment insurance benefits. So if you're on unemployment, that's something that you could get..

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"p p" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"p p" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Absolutely, Frank. You're on WGN. What can we do for you, Frank? You're on the air. Yeah. Hey, chair hopefully could help me. I just about had a heart attack and read it article in the paper the other day that the P P p long are not to be allowed are gonna be taxable because they won't allow you to do that. Expenses you paid with that? Is that right? Yeah, That's right. Usually if you're a small business, and you have a payroll, everything you payout is a tax deduction against your revenues. Um, the P P P alarms were designed to take the place of payroll to keep people on the payroll. But the ruling so far and there's some question about whether that may change in the new year when you're before you're ready to make your text. Return is that money received from the government and used to pay out payroll is not a deduction. In effect. It sort of makes it taxable. Now. I waited to comment on this because there's some sense from the people. I talked to that that could be revived, adjusted, reinterpreted in some way when the new administration comes in, But for the moment, yes. You If your if your business managed to eke out $100,000 and you in income, and that was only because you paid out 92,000 of it in money that you got from the P P p program, you're not going to have to pay Texas on that $100,000 of income. What is this media Frank, But it's the sweat of consequences for you, Frank. It means I gotta find money that I don't have. I mean, the whole point was to help me through this, and now we got going all money out of that That's totally contradictory over the whole purpose of it. Absolutely. So. I'm just saying, I don't have a heart attack. Yet. I would say there's ah, better than 50 50 chance that that ruling might be a justify moving right? He felt within the next stimulus program because they're going to redo the P P. P s part of it. That seems to be the one thing they can agree on. So there might be a part of this. Whatever they do next of some kind of adjustment on that, but frankly made me and that you have to find 25 cents on the dollar. That's not a real I'm not I'm not busting your I'm just trying to figure this out. I didn't know that either. But would you would you not have taken the loan if you knew you had to pay taxes on it? Well, of course I'm still coming out ahead. But the point is, I'm not making any money right now. I mean, this is just to keep my employees going in all this time. I'm gonna own 25 cents on the dollar. I don't have those 25 cents. That's the problem. I mean, I would still take the money cause I'm coming out ahead better than I was in. My employees came out and they didn't have to fire him. I'm still all this. Let him go Have this tax building it? I don't have the money for Let me make you a list of the perverse ways that these attempts to help have actually backfired. This is one big one. The fact that many people are getting letters from the unemployment department saying We paid you too much on yourself. Employment. Send us money. I've gotten many emails on that. I'm trying to figure out how to work that. Doesn't get rid of them to figure out why, you know, And yet many people who should be getting unemployment don't get it. There's a lot of perverse things that are happening. Um, they didn't plan very well at the beginning. I think that this one no, Frank is going to be one that you might look out on with when they come through and realized the impact of it. There's a little hope there, Frank. Thanks good. Is everything I could do to make sure that you reverse it. You can. You know this is something I would write to Senator Durbin. I think every small business who got DPP money, use it properly to keep people on the payroll and now is realizing that you can't deduct that, Um, they should write to Senator Durbin. I think he's on top of this, and that would make a difference. I've done that already. Hopefully help. All right. Good luck. Thank you. So much for the calling. Glad I'm sorry to hear that. I'm glad you brought it up. Obviously, Senator Duck Worth is our other senator. And or Senator Duckworth's, right? Absolutely. Okay, let's talk to Mary. You're on WGN. Mary. How can we help you? Hi. Um, I have been a hairdresser for years. But the last seven years I worked in the salon. It was a W two. I was an employee, along with all the other employees that were there and then Cove. It happened and we ended up all trying to apply for unemployment. And once we did, we all got denied. And it took like it. I can't even tell you all that nonsense We had to go through. But what it turns out is our boss for seven years. Never paid our taxes. She collected the money. From our paychecks every week about her social Security or fi, ca R everything that you have to take out all the taxes and she kept it And then she never paid her part. And she even called we found out In 2016 and she, she said that told on ideas, not just send the quarterly statements. Because she had no employees. She needs to go, Tonto. My immediate reaction. She that's that It's fraud. Yeah, well, here's so we ended up I ended up finding the nicest man at the Social Security office in literature told him we had to prove that we all had W two's every year. We all had I had canceled checks. I had bank deposit, so it shows that we worked there. So he adjusted because it showed on our lifetime earnings, so security that none of us work here We had zeros and shame on me because my husband brought it up and I My boss told me. Oh, you used to be a 10 99, and it just takes a long time. So we kind of let it go. So what's your question? My question. My real question, So we have two or three of us finally got unemployment months ago. But a lot of the other girls never got it. And but that that's their issue to do. I tried helping in the best I could, but now we have. January, February March, April May, which I was still employed there. I am a really sure she's not going to send out W two's for us. So how do I claim? How do I do for taxes?.

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"p p" Discussed on Delaware Blogger Podcast

Delaware Blogger Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on Delaware Blogger Podcast

"Publishing. That's right P. P. P say that three times quickly podcasting prep points before publishing we all know that preparation is important if you fail to plan you planned to fail. So preparation for podcast is key before you even hit the red record button you WanNa, make sure that you've checked out a few items and we're GonNa talk about some of them today. You don't want anything to impact your audio negatively. So let's start with your microphone. That's right. Is your microphone position correctly, and if you're not using a microphone, perhaps your phone, your smartphone is it positioned? Correctly? And it all depends on the hyper Mike that you're using. Typically you WANNA have it about two to three inches from your mouth and you're talking pass the mic not into the might. You might want to use a pop filter or sock if you have because those peas will be popping. And you WanNa make sure that those peas popping appointed away from your mouth. You know because you can always hear that pup pup pup. This is not a fireworks. This is not a work display. This is an audio recording. So make sure that your microphone positioned correctly about two to three inches away from your mouth and cover it with a pop filter or a stock. Number to check your audio levels if you're using recording software now I'm going to admit I do not use any software to edit my podcast here on Anchor FM however, if you're using recording software like garage band or or Dasan, you WanNa, take a few minutes to check your audio levels. They state that ideally you want it to be between five and seven decibels. or it said at the top green and yellow area avoiding the red zone. When you're silent when you're not talking the audio levels should be completely flat. Again I do not use garage band or audacity not because I don't like it. It's I. Feel as though I want to just go with the flow with my podcast, but if you are using. Ban. Or dousing make sure you check your levels. The third point I wanNA make when it comes to podcasting prep corners before publishing is the location or the place that other Pe- The place from which you are recording. Because you know the location from where you record can make all the difference when it comes to the audio sound. You WanNa. Be In a room that doesn't have a lot of heavy echo or a lot of background noise you want to stay away from these areas close the window close the blinds, US padding or a match or something sof to help dead the sound and eliminate any echoes. Close the curtains, ed pillows around the Mike as well. Most people go right into their closet with the clothes or remember I talked about creating a four where you're under to chairs with a comforter over top you definitely want to make sure that you have as limited amount of noise background noise as possible. You should be in the room without the kids without the pets you know without your spouse, your bay your boo, you want your sound to be good because that is what's going to keep your listeners in gauged. We're GONNA take a quick breast. Breath we're gonNA take a quick break and we'll be right back..

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"p p" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Five eighty so that's fantastic news I guess I do have to change all of my stationary and everything now reflect a new station I don't know if I have enough room for that extra digit though with my team on that you'll be sleeping slide that extra one in there so I'm very excited about that we're on two stations it and I'm assuming it's going to be easy enough for our clients to follow us from the radio show because I don't think they're going to get what they think they're going to get on the old radio number so it's not going to be our new station I understand is that right it's going to be exodus ninety six point five like Spanish pop Spanish pop well that's what I don't know if that's my market but if you like a Spanish mom call me and let me know I like Spanish pop maybe we could do some business together all right let's talk about a few how much time do we have it we got out of ninety seconds okay so there's a couple things I'm just going to plant the seed for you here's what we're gonna talk about P. P. P. money you got P. P. P. money do not turn the radio off you need to hear what I have to say about PPP money okay if you are in forbearance or considering forbearance do not turn the channel you need to listen to me I have some very important news to tell you we're gonna talk a little bit later on in the show about what's going on with appraisals right now so if you're considering buying or refinancing a home you are subject to the value of your home so I'm gonna talk a little bit about appraisals appraisal waivers what's going on in the market what's affecting it and then we're also going to talk about how is the market right now so are you one of the ones that think that houses are going to go down are you one of the folks that think that interest rates are going to go down we're going to talk a little bit about that in multiple offers because at this particular juncture in our business I am blown away by how many buyers there are out there right now that are seeking to purchase a home and they're in multiple offer situations so we're gonna talk a little bit about that as well for the Lone Ranger four oh seven two five zero nine one four four that's four oh seven two five zero nine one four four by refi investing in property I'm your guy call me save that number we're gonna talk a little bit about some advantages and disadvantages and some of the topics that I mentioned P. P. P. money forbearance and appraisals coming up soon and in the meantime let's take a little break and.

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"p p" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Navigate the waters of this P. P. P. lan I want to reiterate thing really mmhm the the reality is all the people being reject being whether bankers lawyers to give whoever it might be too many of them haven't taken the necessary time to really put down in the well they did for one reason or another I've not done in Germany I'm not talk to the professionals don't have an understanding of how it works you know I did one for a prominent lawyer and all the numbers a little bit taken aback by how you look how much you didn't know about it somebody that's revered and and hello into which you know again it's not it's not magic it's not about it but we have taken the time to sit down the study yet to figure out how to work and get the full business is the market I know you have to watch it happen man and I say this again I hope we never have another code crisis my goodness gracious been in a month figure that out and know why you help people is amazing to me and I'm not normal I'm really happy with there is a budget that attraction that comes from helping the folks up ma'am they really appreciated what helpful here are nine borough two four nine twenty.

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"p p" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The issue is the protocols in place require a lot of P. P. personal protective equipment and what's interesting now are all the do I saw dictionary dot com was coming out with some of the new words that we're all learning now so the apparently there's something called rona pants where what you know like you wear your sweater or whatever you wear every single day since your old teachers that around the house up I don't know anyone that's called grown up pants well that's one of the that's one definition anyway there's there's there's all kinds of things that we've never heard of before that now we're hearing about the notebook and I we have made a couple of homemade masks thank goodness my wife has made them because it's just something I would not be very good at but I still have just duck taped a paper towel to your face would you yeah yeah but you know I have gone Abbas I have got it was odd and don't try to find the best mass possible because you can't get in ninety five that I would want to take that away from the people that really needed on the front lines but it is kind of weird you don't know if it's all shyster stuff or not as far as what kind of protection you're going to get what I think I'll remember April too good to be true it is yeah even on these cotton mask you know made out a T. shirt let's say I mean they say that they're all right but if you can't try to cut a coffee filter input that is an extra layer of protection because apparently that can be helped just saying you know if you haven't heard that one as of yet not willing it would you go sky would you go Hey are you guys wearing mask yet I have masks I just haven't gone that far yet not yet but I probably will started depend it just depends or some a widely because we have mine ordered we're just waiting for Malcolm Vasquez additionally I was fighting it and fighting them like all right well but then I was at the store yesterday and it seemed like there were less mass present yesterday there were more people in the store without mass than Adam but starting today I think Kroger is mandating its employees wear masks so I imagine that are not yesterday that's yes right yes so if you're if that is your grocery store of choice that may be something I think and I I have to double check on this because there's been so many different rules and regulations but I want to say it was a Walmart that regulated that if you're going to shop in the store you have to have a mask on and dark you have to have a mask on Walmart is all their employees last week wear masks I don't know if they have made it if they told the public you're coming and you gotta wear mascara because there's there's some that have done that were they've sold but the customers were open but only if you've got a mask and I know targets that way you have to enter through the rear door and now it has to be a you know use that the cashless bus card and then you have to have a mask right okay so that's which is fine it makes sense but you know that I've lived I've lost track of everybody's individual rules and regulations because it everything changes so fluidly well I understand people that don't want to wear masks did you know their own rationale I I don't agree with their own rationale necessarily about if they were going to for example into a doctor's office or or you know some kind of health care clinic I think that it just makes sense that you'd want to bear we're we're one there I understand and the other part of it I mean I'd probably start wearing a mask until really regularly last week just going in you know in into a storm there was one store that we went to that was a great market that man it was hard to keep the six foot distance because the very small place you know to get the fruit and vegetables those kinds of things and I'm glad that we were wearing masks that particular day is nobody's fault you know you just turn around what they know you were there well that's kind of it's it's good you need to self police that's and it's become one of my pet peeves is look I just want to get in there and I do want to get my stuff and I wanna get out without getting whatever funk it is you have so maybe you don't I give I give you all my white deal I give you all a wide berth why can't I have the same courtesy could I get I'll be in there and I'll be young looking for a specific item that the wife was sent me to the store for and I'll turn around I got somebody who's like standard right there you'll know down another I don't I've got a guy who brought his own bottle of bleach she's wiping up packages of paper towels right whatever the I don't bring your trip is that you're turning into yes yeah but in the store no you know I mean like he was purchasing paper towels but it brought his own paper towels to the store it is our goal of bleach to wipe down the other paper towels that he was purchasing yeah well there you have it by the way will you coming down the aisle with make me move out of guarantee her that right now it may say well you know it's like okay I just you know I realize how much space I take up I give people a wide berth but I can't get the favor returned.

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"p p" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"P. P. as it's known like can you give raises to meet the seventy five percent payroll threshold so you don't have to repay the money let's take us through this some challenges a lot of problems a lot of delays technical glitches not a lot of answers from lenders I mean it is but let me just start with this the small business administration which ultimately administers the funds did twenty eight roughly twenty eight billion dollars worth of small business loans last year in a matter of weeks they're doing hundreds of billions of so there was already going to be a problem where you know ramping up an agency that is used to dealing with you know a much smaller numbers so the money goes through lenders where out the small businesses can access them and they've had problems trying to get some other lenders to process them quickly even lenders that are processing them quickly you have been able to access a lot of the money out there and by the time they get an answer the money's run out so here there's been a whole host of issues one of which also is active in accusations that large chain restaurants for example fortune five hundred companies have been able to take it vantage of this right ram right and that that has obviously not just siphoned off some of the money that would be for mom and pop main street businesses barbers nail salons small restaurants but it's also served bays the program and in a lot of suspicion and and skepticism that's not been helpful I saw stroll down the some of these finer points because one of the things you asked could the owner of a nail salon for example you just referenced who is drawing a paycheck from the business prior to the crisis apply for unemployment themselves will still seeking this P. P. P. money yes the movie is there a lot of sort of wrinkles to this program so basically in order to get the P. B. P. long you have to be a business of five hundred or fewer people and most of the loans are forgivable meaning they don't get paid them back if at least seventy five percent of the money goes to pay roll and if if it's not in payroll for that if the owner doesn't want to once only pay the workers they themselves can claim unemployment so it's it's it but then they can't get any of the money from the loan if that makes sense that the only the only have three you can only count but with their workers you have to meet that seventy five percent threshold right complicated as you point out a business owner can provide raises or bonuses to workers just to qualify for that seventy five percent payroll threshold exactly I mean so one of the one of the ways you get the money is and forgivable that's that's kind of the key here is seventy five percent so if you're paying somebody you know certain amount of money and they don't it doesn't get to thirty five percent you can sort of go with the number by giving a you know a temporary bonus a temporary race to get to thirty five percent that's sort of the magic threshold and businesses are are trying to figure ways out there that you know they can be that's a different to pay this loan back respect with which king correspondent at USA today he's written a piece entitled confused by the federal government small business loan program you're not alone he's answered some more the complex questions the the clock when is a star running on these loans which are eight weeks correct yeah the new laws are supposed to cover about eight weeks of of expenses that the time to do the thought was we hope will be either done or hopefully mostly done with the crisis by band course we'll find that out later but the clock starts as soon as you get the money it'd be better if the money is deposited into your bank account so we've heard from businesses who say well you know what I'd rather have the money later in the summer because that's what I'm going to you know go to my doctor my cactus yours and I need to use the money and then but there is no such a luxury shall we say you have to use the money serve immediately and like as a symptom in Yorktown nice ledge ledge king correspondent at USA today twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first.

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"p p" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"P. P. as it's known like can you give raises to meet the seventy five percent payroll threshold so you don't have to repay the money let's take us through this some challenges a lot of problems a lot of delays technical glitches not a lot of answers from lenders I mean it is but let me just start with this the small business administration which ultimately administers the funds did twenty eight roughly twenty billion dollars worth of small business loans last year in a matter of weeks they're doing hundreds of billions of so there was already going to be a problem with you know ramping up an agency that is used to dealing with you know a much smaller numbers so the money goes through lenders where small businesses can access them and they've had problems trying to get some Marylanders to process them quickly even lenders that are processing them quickly you have been able to access a lot of the money out there and by the time they get an answer the money's run out so here there's been a whole host of issues one of which also is active in accusations that large chain restaurants for example fortune five hundred companies have been able to take vantage of this right right and that that has obviously not just siphoned off some of the money that would be for mom and pop main street businesses barbers nail salons small restaurants but it's also served bays the program and in a lot of suspicion and and skepticism that said not that helpful I social down to some of these finer points because one of the things you asked could the owner of a nail salon for example you just referenced who is drawing a paycheck from the business prior to the crisis apply for unemployment themselves will still seeking this P. P. P. money yes the movie is there a lot of sort of wrinkles to this program so basically in order to get the P. B. P. long you have to be a business of five hundred or fewer people and most of the loans are forgivable meaning they don't to pay them back if at least seventy five percent of the money goes to pay roll and if if it's not in payroll for example if the owner doesn't want to once only pay the workers they themselves can claim unemployment so it's it's it but then they can't get any of the money from the loan if that makes sense that the only it only has three you can only count that with their workers yeah to meet that seventy five percent threshold yeah it's complicated as you point out a business owner can provide raises or bonuses to workers just to qualify for that seventy five percent payroll threshold actually I mean so one of the one of the ways you get the money is and forgivable that's that's kind of the key here is seventy five percent so if you're paying somebody you know certain amount of money and they don't it doesn't get to thirty five percent you can sort of go with the number by giving you know temporary bonuses temporary raise to get to seven five percent that's sort of the magic threshold and businesses are are trying to figure ways out there that you know they can beat that so the replicators long back we speak with let's king correspondent at USA today he's written a piece entitled confused by the federal government small business loan program you're not alone he's answer some more of the complex questions the the clock when is a star running on these loans which are eight weeks correct here are the villains are supposed to cover about eight weeks of of expenses they have the time to do the thought was we have will be either done or hopefully mostly done with the crisis by them course we'll find that out later but the clock starts as soon as you get the money it but that is it is it is the money is deposited into your bank account so we've heard from businesses who say well you know what I'd rather have the money later in the summer because that's when I'm going to you know go to my column Dr my cash reserves and I need to use the money and then but there is no such a luxury shall we say you have to use the money serve immediately and like it is a system in your account nice let's let's king correspondent at USA today twenty minutes now is part of the hour on this morning America's first news.

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"p p" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A large net importer they basically went around and vacuumed up virtually all of the P. P. E. around the world including a lot from this country which was for humanitarian reasons sharing our P. P. with them now what's happening today which is equally alarming is China is sitting on that Horton PP where'd cornered the market in this profiteering so they cornered the market on the stuff that we need to help us stay safe treating the virus they started and you know they did in Italy reportedly Italy gave them PP when their price first jumped out and when it was time for Italy to need it because they've been so devastated still witnessing it now be charged Italy to buy back their own stuff think about this there's got to be worldwide outrage was spreading through the Middle East that we started the people in Italy so much more than that I would hope Steve Bannon Sunday morning futures weighed in on the illness which is this this regime cut thirty four if they had acted like any human being would act decent human if they'd acted as late as the last week of December ninety five percent of all this would not have happened that is the crime here that's the tragedy here all the forty thousand Americans that will be dead by tomorrow morning all the victims and Honda could be tens or hundreds of thousands all the dead in Lombard all the doctors and nurses all the blood of all that is on the Chinese communist party's hands on feet and once you Sean and there are other gangsters also all the economic carnage is going to take us decades to work our way out of here eventually all of that is squarely on the Chinese Communist Party not the Chinese people but there's got to be a massive boom to get a manufacture there I want to talk about major companies I'm talking about apple they gotta do it in life you want to be an hour there's going to be huge offensive to say built in China good luck with that sleep well tonight if you're happy buying that product from China do they have the antibody testing too they're sending it over here some of the most of the tests are crap we can't even count on the results in the fall apart before they get here I hope you are a true Cuomo did not by the Chinese antibody test that's my whole evidently there's a lot of them and I actually want one I'm sure you do too I see the ones already pulsating one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine at the bottom of the hour John Roberts speaking to the White House the mobile what happened last night was gonna likely to happen today and then we go on from there Brian Kilmeade show thanks to be with us on this Monday please Brian Kilmeade.

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"p p" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Guys thank you it will be I have but I applied for the P. P. P. program I applied for the the cold but nineteen disaster loan which was the one that was up to ten thousand the dental obviously everyone has the the other stimulus check which you don't have to apply for up to twelve hundred or something does anybody know exactly I got a check but I don't know exactly what it was for because I'd like to you know have all three that I thought was eligible for and all it said was stimulus check eighty eight chest stimulus are they all laid out thank you let's check no no the PPP is for the S. B. A. and that's going to come through your lending institution or U. S. B. a lender and you'll have to sign elect to sign loan documents for that because technically it's a loan at one percent interest which you don't have to pay back if you've used it all for payroll or for twenty five percent for utilities and other kinds of things but that the H. HHS's part is probably your stimulus check still there are ways that we can just show up in your checking account yes I don't either yeah how much was it and how much was it how much was it for yeah I was a few thousand yeah but you know it's I thought it was maybe the P. P. P. checked out now does that the EPA would specifically say P. P. P. right what's that yeah first of all you're gonna get get here from a leading institution is not used to show up in your checking account right yeah however you applied before yep yep your price realistically yeah well you know what to buy bank through which such jobs right P. P. B. right okay everything was online and then but this check that K. did directly to my account as a possible it could have been that cold did anybody get a cold with nineteen disaster economic disaster check that one we call that one that was up to ten thousand anybody out of those that not here I mean I don't I I can't speak for myself for for Denise we did that we did get it but perhaps summer listers Evan they can close in on a chip okay okay thank you okay wish you well hang in there buddy I love it yeah he just Texas two one two three two which is one tech so what it's said to one two three two that's a quicker way to just let us know if how it showed up and you might be able to help them all let's see if we can squeeze in John in mainland before its latest news weather traffic John go ahead you're on the certified financial group John Stamos Jack when you get it through the mail I have my income for the mailbox how long will I have to wait I'm hearing two weeks Ameren twenty weeks well they're starting with the the automatic deposits first and in the next couple weeks I think they'll be starting now with the checks yeah you should be getting that next couple weeks okay thank you welcome you're welcome just like that once and once again that seems check is tax free yes so that's that's a pretty good deal very important yes yes yes but now that it is a feeling on his income no yes and while we're on that's one of the benefits of those of what they just passed the cares act is that they as we've talked in the past as they suspended your are engaged for this year right and he's they have so if you don't have to if you you schedule to take your RMD required minimum distribution you don't have to do it this year in fact if you have taken it after February the first you can put the money back and also recover the taxes that you paid we've had some clients do that as well so that's one of the benefits of the cures act as well so and the reason that's important is because if you have to sell now or if you think you have to sell now and things are down just honestly a good thing they did this back in two thousand and nine I think it was for the first time and they resurrected here with the with with the SCV nineteen pandemic so that's that will alert let's just know about that but once again Denise and I'm here to.

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"p p" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Wall street's liners crooks and cheats out behind the woodshed your listings the watchdog on Wall Street doing our best to help out our listeners an appliance in regards to small business owners out there and taking part and the P. P. P. program and try to try to obviously keep their businesses afloat and I mention this this past week on the podcast and I'm going to mention it again I'm this entire thing is a mess it's a mess you have people working at these banks that don't have a clue I honestly I'm I'm on the phone with people trying to help people out with people that are trying to approve these loans and bankers they don't even understand what a profit and loss statement as they don't have a clue not to mention the fact okay here's a bit if you applied for one of these loans answer your phone right answer your phone I know many people out there you get robo calls all the time you won't answer your phone if you must you you know the number they're just calling people big banks are just calling people up maybe some obscure number out there and if you don't answer the phone if you almost have to reapply on the phone you submit all your paperwork you did all the work utilized some of the excel spreadsheet that we provided for people here you've got everything together you did everything the right way and then you get somebody call you up on the phone what's your birthdate that's my birthday I have an account at your bank what's your social security number what doing business with the bank for the past twenty years it's everywhere they want me to pull my hair out for crying out loud they don't know what they're.

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"p p" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For the forgiveness that forgiveness only applies to the plate paycheck protection mode Hey that's consensus the P. P. P. right yeah the loan is the one where you can actually get some if not all that long to get in I'm in in he's actually turning into a grant and so you want to be Catholic which alone again a unit but then countered with both I you know I know people who apply for the day economic injury disaster loans which Chicago people have applied to twenty first came out and still haven't heard anything that paycheck the PPP loan has been a little more seamlessly working directly with me those are the ones that you know it's it's based on the payroll amount that you've paid and it's fair enough to retain your employees and keep your doors open and you know the only specific expenses are going to be a little for you to get written off and I thought the tax implications it's a loan he had to pay it back so usually what loans receiving alone a payment the principal amount back is non taxable what's going to happen is any interest that you're paying on it may be a deductible business and expand so it's something to think about and as far as I know right now with the grant that when if you get some of the loans to get forgiven right part of it they will be taxable if you just know there's enough Florida thanks so much for the time my favorite CPA right there because she's she's so bubbly Annika got a got a Miami having cocktails in our Patty weather anyway Lydia thanks so much coming up William just minutes on seven hundred WLW at the twelve o'clock today at eleven thirty five the question about to covert nineteen testing we're start to see testing stations pop up Kroger and the Kentucky state stated Kentucky rather are doing testing there that's popping up it's popping up in clinics and the like in Ohio it's taken a long time and we're lucky too because a lot most of the country doesn't have this in the question what what's what takes so long to do this not to kind of point the finger I I kind of blame bureaucracy it's it's set up this way that a you know the folks that want the federal government to come rushing in like a knight in shining armor and literally as the building is on fire it's just started it doesn't happen look how long it takes for local responders to get in and do things and that's how it should work we should be self sufficient for a few days on our own just that's just our families not in then hopefully at some point within a few hours the local communities respond and hopefully within a few days the state responds and then hopefully within a few weeks the federal government response it's not met and and and I think this really is a great example for those people who want more of a central federalist kind of institution you know Lydia was talking about we're just talking about people making more money on unemployment than they were when they were working yeah that's that's kind of like you're free under a free ninety day sample of Bernie Sanders being your president basically is that liberty what it done right is like a small sample I get we need the unemployment in the in the stimulus it's all wonderful but you know that would not be a permanent kind of thing we're going to do and so my point in this whole thing is those who want that kind of leadership that now we should they should be right if the system is not it's never set up in in in a in a thousand lifetimes I don't think you could change the nature of that that yeah there's bureaucracy there's red tape all the people that think that socialism and communism is a set of com is not a wonderful thing and that it's collectivism in the way of the people run things you know I I get a little history here Curtis or for that matter look how bad things are in states that a lot more socialistic are like Italy it was far worse in responding to corona virus and we were look at the Chinese regime there in in how they lied and covered everything up that that actually because a lot of the problems I see here in America most of the problem let's face it it started there and then they didn't they they weren't forthright because the government wants to cover up to make it look good don't make themselves look badly so it that that's kind of what you want here it's not it's not gonna we're gonna thought as I said you know it's up to us as individuals then we can have local then we have state then we have the feds and that's how it works that's why our society we're gonna talk to Amos about that exact problem and and where we are now with virus with the testing I think small business and large business are the ones are going to save our bacon as I always do it put in the hands of private enterprise let him go twenty seven hundred WLW.

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"p p" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Has run out of money this is the payroll protection program the P. P. P. and again they funded it with three hundred fifty billion dollars and it has now run out of money will gather more details on that for Orlando's news at noon in one hour our other tops today president trump is expected to lay out his plan for re opening the country the debate's been going on for the last few weeks over when and how that will be done we've been hearing from a lot of you ABC's whit Johnson reports some state leaders say the efforts could be a long way off for the hard hit areas on Wednesday Idaho Kansas and Washington DC all pushing back their planned opening dates several weeks New York city's mayor saying he will only consider loosening restrictions when there is a consistent ten to fourteen day drop in hospital admissions and the percentage of people who test positive and we continue asking your lawmakers about it remember that first and foremost a public health crisis congresswoman Stephanie Murphy urging caution we will be able to come out of this one we have to establish the correct conditions make it safe from a public health perspective for up to restart our economy and I think that critically important that we keep that in mind your lan a Democrat tells me we still need more testing and assurance from the medical community the capacity would not be strained by an influx of covert nineteen patients I'm Carole moody news ninety six point five W. D. BO news ninety six point five W. DPO Orlando turns first for severe weather my children I would this is meteorologist Brian shields seventy one the high today coming up we're tracking the rain and storms good morning I'm gene Wexler and it is light rain all throughout central Florida right now it's also cool outside too at sixty two degrees right there's more evidence today on troubling to coronaviruses for the economy I'm Jamie do pre in Washington the latest report on new jobless claims shows the negative impact of the corona virus is another five point two million people filed for unemployment benefits that means about twenty two million have applied for jobless benefits in just the last month is about twelve million people are now getting federal unemployment checks tapped to Jamie pre button in a wrap for the full story gas prices fall to very very low levels while only ten percent of the country stations are selling gas for less than a dollar another seventy five percent are charging less than two dollars the average price in the US is currently a dollar eighty four per gallon down from just two dollars and twenty six cents a month ago what's more is experts say that price is going to keep going down the reason for the drop is the corona virus pandemic which is because global oil consumption to plummet Tom Kloza chief oil analyst for OPI S. as gas prices in the US are going to move lower the rest of the month and into may orally news ninety six point five W. DPO it's a rainy morning when a pandemic but we're not letting it get us down today keep sending me open mikes like these I can't wait to get my stimulus check I'm gonna be buying twenty five dollar gift card set out back all of garden longhorn steakhouse all over the area our nurses our publics are Walmart everyone at the post office anyone that's helped me served me in the last thirty forty five days I'm going to give them a gift card well that is awesome keep sending me your positive open mikes by tapping that button in our apple level for a news ninety six point five W..

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"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Does this always happen of P. P. as there are there plans to get them more if they need it you know it's all it's only by facility basis I I don't there do not all run by did you know there's independent ones or something around that is changed somehow PP some don't they are a priority medical personnel those that are giving care to people with Kelvin in hospitals are the top priority for personal protection equipment and then the next year are those that work with almost all of our population and those that encounter a lot of people in our critical businesses like grocery stores and other areas that's our our next priority for personal protection protective equipment one more from the room last year small businesses that may be listening wheels twenty six today some people only want her to be able to come back ever even after the twenty six what can they do a size eight keep up the good spirit name mass what can they do right now to ensure that whatever you do when you're a ministration your to do everything they can at ninety percent come back but one hundred percent so certainly participate if you're eligible to paycheck protection programs that is a federal program that expand extends two and a half months of of your payroll costs to you as a small or medium sized business talk to your bankers get that application and it's it's very important it's.

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"p p" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

Blitz Sports World Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

"His pulse of that. He hasn't gotten a backlash. No you're going to sacrifice the lives of kids knowing that Delhi virus knowing that kids can get this no sports right now. You're the scientists all these schools. All you see. Victim commercial versus Wisconsin. We got the number one science research department that allow Versa Prescott. We got the number one you know biochemical widow. Fuck it now. We're all these temps and all these universities. They need to be solved. Figure out a cure not a vaccine cure corona is the need to be on the frontline helping P P people by the corona full of already become political enough enough so far rummaging already forty minutes in and don't even though there's a rural rural rural dot is that the leadership of the top is the reason why everybody suffering right now with the virus already talked about this intrigue me shoes but you know.

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"p p" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KOMO

"Leaders emphasized their efforts to secure millions of P. P. items from gloves to gallons mass to shields Gazette vigilance remains the word we are nowhere near being out in the woods here and the virus can easily bring back Michelle Esteban komo news channel public schools held a virtual town hall last night superintendent Denise Juneau went on Facebook live to update parents and students after the governor closed schools for the rest of the year you know says the district is working to improve the remote learning process expectations are the elementary teachers will reach out at least twice a week to their families and their students that middle school and high school I have two to three activities per core area for their families this isn't time in goes off the remote learning process will become more robust USC and Fred Meyer are now limiting the number of customers inside their grocery stores that's one of many changes grocery stores around Puget Sound are making to prevent the spread of covert nineteen almost Susann fine talk to some shoppers and employees or say those changes take a little getting used to the grocery store employees tell me those changes are important but they should have been implemented sooner much much sooner confusing give me something you got to go the wrong way for a little bit I. Q. C. stores shoppers are getting used to the brand new one way aisles I think it helps you know keep us all away from each other and give us some distance the one way aisles the plexiglass these guards and other changes are in effect at many grocery stores now to help prevent the spread of covert nineteen last month an employee at the green like Aurora PCC store tested positive for the virus that's store closed for two weeks for a deep cleaning research shows the run of panic buying at the grocery stores probably over but demand is still up local retail consultant Burt Hamilton says the problem of empty shelves is stabilizing but the next run could shift of perishables like produce fresh meats and deli items things that typically they went over to the panic buying mode they're moving to now Helton also says the closure of so many restaurants will transform supply chains high end cuts of meat sought by restaurants won't sell in stores restaurants also ordered a lot of Darien used milk and butter is key ingredients but Hamilton says Americans don't typically do that at home and as a result right now the industry is in free fall AnnaLynne says these trends are likely to continue a grocery stores until we finally see or restaurants re open drivers and other workers say a king county metro needs to protect them and to be up front when there are concerns about exposure to cold at nineteen because Ryan Harris says metro's response the list of demands from the transit workers union includes protective equipment better steps to make sure buses are clean and set up for social distancing on board as well as a demand to Seattle and king county leaders to provide more shelters of the growing problem of people sleeping on buses doesn't create more danger metro operator Cheryl Jones says their biggest demands transparency because she says if metro lets them know about exposure should take steps so she won't spread the virus metro knows that I've been exposed and they don't tell me anything I'm probably not going to know anything was wrong until I follow myself but in the meantime I'm just out about the statement from metro says it has and will continue to follow guidance from public health officials and that it took steps for social distancing on buses and at work sites and also promises that metro will listen to and provide specific responses to the issues raised by its employees Ryan Harris komo news couple news time ten past the hour now an update from the Harley exteriors como sports desk major league baseball's entertaining a plan that would have all thirty big league teams play in Arizona it would be shortened.

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"p p" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"North P. P. in stock for the immediate need not pass the immediate need but for the immediate need and keep shop the quarterly reevaluation is that something that you would do his job with the legislature and what advice would you use local governments have called with bass we're all coping with the same thing first of all right the federal government has a revenue loss state governments have revenue lost city governments have a revenue loss so no one can say Karen well I don't accept this reality of a revenue loss it is a reality for everyone and everyone has to adjust to it I'm sure they'll be some people who say well I shouldn't have to adjust to it you know I should be held harmless from reality knows have held harmless from reality go tell any family out there you know reality doesn't count B. so everyone is going to have to deal with the reality I can't protect them from the reality the way the and again we've never done this before does it mean to be just that we never have but what we're thinking about is quarterly or something like that adjustments that are almost mathematical reflections of what the revenues off another words you know what the revenue projection is and you know how much money you've made for that quarter right and whatever that deviation is would be automatic it would be done by the division of the budget I don't believe the legislature is going to want to come up here every quarter and go through the numbers at this rate with the spread of the virus you know I don't even know that it would be responsible to ask for a convening of the legislature periodically but that's the general concept we're talking about this is all a reaction to what the federal government did yesterday I was shocked that they were so irresponsible in addressing the state and the city needs I mean I never believed that they would just pass a piece of legislation that didn't address it here they they just did not address the revenue shortfall they provided money for cold do you amount of money was worth spending on the virus but they just did nothing on the revenue loss you know they know we have to fund education hello all say in this speech is education education it's our children's future and then they do absolutely nothing in the legislation so I just I want to keep it in check as I said I'm the motion is a luxury right to be angry is a luxury we don't have that luxury right now let's just deal with the facts let's get through it let me describe me he can who's the mastermind of the budget if I said anything wrong or is that what is plan is sometimes his plans that he doesn't tell me about so no we would look at our revenue forecast right now the governor said ten to fifteen billion dollars is how much we project to be below forecasts so we project that out over the quarters and my monthly those are transparent you'll see what the revenues are every month and will adjust spending according to how the revenues come in and that will be reflected everyone will see those the controller receive those and we'll the goal is to be transparent up front says school districts can see this is what would happen if we don't reach the revenue forecast so they wouldn't know what would happen each quarter about hospital follows close to running out the next week and a half or so that is our plan to record.

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