17 Burst results for "P P"

"p p" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Coming up yes i hated it because i thought it was so cynical. Machiavelli will do that to a person. But first let's do the numbers the dow industrials down to sixty nine today. Seven tenths percent. Thirty five thousand one hundred. The nasdaq added ten points at less than a tenth percent. Fifteen thousand three. Seventy four the s. and p. Five hundred went the other. Way subtracted fifteen three tenths percent. Forty five and twenty p p g industries supplies the world with paints and coatings from its own base in pittsburgh. Pa shares scraped off. Three point three percents. Today shares of boeing descended one point eight percent yesterday one of its biggest customers. That would be dublin-based. Ryanair said it had ended talks to buy tens of billions of dollars worth of seven.

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"p p" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Pg's made a pledge and is trying to figure out the adia get to that goal Debbie p p Group has made a pledge and got a bunch of brands to sign up to their pledge and again how do you get to that goal. And you know you're facing. There's an urgency to it because brand have an urgency and brand dr the driver and we've seen the big announcement from and in you know unilever and all these brands stepping up in my experience. I think my teams experience has been mad. People definitely wanna meet. We are definitely getting meetings. We definitely You know guide for the opportunity to tell our story You know the going to be what's going to change right. There has to something has to change in order for those percentages to happen right. That's not going to be knowing that. Oh you know what we're gonna spend five percent more in. It's going to be this. It's five percents existing span in so gotta change right either. Something that the agencies feel they do themselves or they've got to work with content to give them the ability to receive more in spend more such as the way that add exchanger went into events years ago. Got to find ways to increase that partnership What we are seeing. There is some confusion on the agency side between Minority owned media companies such as essence ebony and minority on tack enable companies The a recent digital or or newbies others. I think that's important noord might already on companies that are key enablers like a you know You know solve group which is a great honour for publishers and agencies like in a at the at the forefront of innovation so i could name a bunch of companies like that but i think that You know there's still some confusion on that side. And i think the thing that i think people need to be aware of it sometimes in the name of doing these things I think with good intentions people are doing racist things so for example if my white collie goes to a meeting i want to tell him to go meet with a multicultural group but with that same team call. You have to meet with the multicultural. This zoom obviously and. It's a thing but people aren't aware that they're doing those things and also in the name of doing good things. You know a major car company recently told you know all minority companies to stop meeting with them in person submit their ideas to the portal. Which i don't think white people are aware of. It was the same as telling all asian and hispanic people go to the back door. Yeah no that's so. Inappropriate could be a disadvantage. If you're submitting yourself through a faceless digital chris people on they get on zoom with you to tell you. please don't kind taxes in person submit all your ideas own to this portal and Just whatever but you know so. Those type of things. I think people are attacking that on the other hand..

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"p p" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mm hmm. All right. So look, as girl was saying, we're gonna get some kind of relief package in the next month or so trillion dollars. 1.9, who knows? What we do know is that there is still money from the last bill, the $900 billion package that just passed at the end of last year that hasn't been spent yet. But does that matter? Marketplaces have we been ashore went in search of an answer, depending on how you count it. The feds have put up about $4. Trillion of pandemic related relief so far, loans tax cuts spending. There's a lot of money still in the pipeline. Mark Gold wine is senior vice president of the committee for a Responsible federal budget about three trailer that is out the door. The other trillion is either making its way out the door as we speak or is still waiting to be spent. More than half of that unspent money is from the $900 billion relief bill passed in December. Michael Strain is an economist, the American Enterprise Institute. And two big chunks of that our second drop tpp loans that have yet to be issued and unemployment insurance benefits. Obviously, unemployment benefit money wouldn't be spent by now. You don't get marches, unemployment check in early February. With the P P p loans there is, I think some uncertainty about whether or not all these funds will be spent now, money not spent does not necessarily equal money not needed their structural issues with the program. Not everybody can get a second loan. Melissa Chang is with nonprofit good jobs first. Leftover p P p. Money is actually in an account sitting there, But other expenses like unemployment are more like Congress, saying We'll spend it if we need to mark Gold wine. And if that ends up costing more than 120 billion, so be it. If it hasn't cost me less than 120 Million, so be it. But whether this or that program spends everything was expected to is actually very different argument from how much total need is out there in the economy. In New York. I'm sorry, Ben. Ashore for MARKETPLACE..

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"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here we go. Kansas City Chiefs about 10 way looking at some of the conversation that was had over the last two or three days about this year's Super Bowl, you hear a lot of tough talk coming from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive line, and certainly those guys have earned the right to talk tough. They are great group with J P P and check Barrett and Dhammika NSU. Hey, that's a great group of prose that have made a lot of plays in a lot of years. Do you think that that is going to be a problem when both starting tackles for the Kansas City Chiefs are out? Um, a little bit. Yeah, a little bit. But I also think that they're gonna game plan for that. I don't think they're gonna put patch from the homes in harm's way. And I think that they're going to try to mix it up and and counter and do all the things that you do to get out of. Get the ball out of his hands is past is possible. So that you don't have to. You don't have to deal with that. But you know what? They're too deep. It's been pretty good this year, too. Yeah. Can't see these two deep has been good. Tampa has been pretty good. It's just man. And I'm just I just think that this is gonna be a game a game for the ages, and I can't wait, man. I just I just every time I get a chance to see Patrick Mahomes play man. I want to see it every every single time when it's for all the marbles. I want to see it, and I got more faith in him than I have of any quarterback I've ever seen. New high life. Pat can't wait. All right, Juggy wish and we've talked about this The day after the Super Bowl could be a holiday..

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"p p" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"From ever to hit us up with your trash is by tweeting Abby DEA on CBS or dialing me up at 855 to 1 to four, CBS. Either. Jason Pierre Paul is going to have an absolutely monster effort on Sunday, and it's going to lead to a bucket Ears championship. And J. P P. And the rest of this emboldened Buccaneers team that keeps getting more and more belief in itself with every week and every victory is going to look back and say, And we will look back and say the injuries on the Chiefs offensive line was another reason. That this was the bucket here season that this was just a buck's magic carpet. Ride it. I am leaning that way to picking the bucks this season. We're in this game rather because it has felt like this year. Things have just continually broken their way or opened up or they just had a change in their dynamic. And this is another one where the injury Eric Fisher. One of best offensive line on the Chiefs. Offensive linemen of the chief's happened to the A F C title game on a season where they've already lost two other players on the offensive line. Two other starters of the offensive line. Leaving the chief's very vulnerable to a very good pass rush for the Buccaneers. And now to take over. Eric Fisher's place in the line is gonna be Mike Rammer. She's gonna move up from the right side. The left side Well, J P. P was asked about this and says I've never heard of him. I don't even know who my grammars is, and it doesn't really matter. This is the freaking Super Bowl. I don't care who they throw at me. Send me three sent me. Two or three people to block me. I'm just doing what I doing. That's a you problem. You figure it out. I'm coming to play football game. And had some trash talk about how it just doesn't matter what the Chiefs do. He's just gonna come and destroy things and it's either going to go that way. Where we go. Wow. You know what? Is everything broke the The way of the bucket ears. You know that pass interference at the end of the NFC championship game and true breezes armed, basically disintegrating in the divisional round and the NFC East winner being a garbage winner at seven and nine. And then the Super Bowl. It just so happened that this was the season The chief's lost three starters of the offensive line. It just might be that type of thing or the flipside is J P p is gonna get embarrassed or the flip side is that J p p is gonna be completely silenced by backups and no names. And we're gonna be laughing in his face on Sunday, right? That's kind of the only two ways this king go. There is no way that J P P has like a sack and a half in a chief's win. That just will not be the way that this will Either. He's gonna have a sack and a half and a forced fumble. And the Buccaneers defense will be lauded as one of the big reasons that they've got the Vince Lombardi Trophy or Jpp will be held without a tackle and a no name. Unsung bunch of backups totally silenced that pass rush. That's the only two ways of this thing. Can go when we come back here on the show, Danny Amendola..

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"p p" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Haven't received the last Didn't list package $600. Is there any way any place I can call to see what's happening? Yes, As far as I know, you should have already received a lot of people who already have and has been situations, though that have come up where people some recent didn't get processed, right? On the IRS website, iris dot gov. There's a button at the top of the website for people who think they may have missed their check or their statements very clearly marked your pride put into basic information, and it'll tell you what the current status is of your initial $600. Yeah, I mean, we had a lot of questions initially. Then when the package 1st 1st came together, we did days and days and days helping people through that, But right now, the best places, Logan said, is to go to the Irish website and hit that. Yeah, they start to figure it out a little. Take some time. All right, I'll take it and I actually think the rollout of both rounds of that stimulus was actually pretty pretty well done. But you're right. If you do think you're over Ms Logan's correct buttons at the top of the iris website, and by the way, if you were overlooked, they are re issuing those. So it's not like it's just gone. I would definitely encourage them to fill out that that information and check on their status very important with them just said it's not like the P P p money. The payroll protection plan money for the businesses. That, you know, they reached the max on that. And that was it. This is money that you're entitled to under the law. If you didn't get it for an administrative reason, which is what it is. Then they will reissue the check to the appropriate account so that you get it now, is there Peopie Peep rejection? In these bills for businesses. There is Paycheck protection program money in the Republican offer. There is not new money inside the Biden administration package. So again, that's one of the things that you're gonna have to be worked out. I think it is, too J. But I think that needs that needs to be one of the conversations tonight Because I will tell you there is common ground to find here. If they want to talk to each other. We'll find out tonight if they want to talk to you. I mean, look. The small businesses in this country are the backbone of America. That's how people make a living. That's how people feed their families. There's a fundamental see. And this is that we concerns me here. Why would the Democrats not include A plan for P P p protection payroll Space payroll plan protection to protect payrolls for businesses, so they get loans that if they keep people employed They're discharged the ideas. You keep your people on payroll businesses of right, which is very difficult for a lot of small business. Tens of thousands of closed up why in the world would the Democrats not have that in there? And here's the reason I think I think it's because they'd rather have a direct and by the way, the Republican plan has both payroll protection in it and direct payments. But I think the Democrats want and the a direct payment, so everything comes from the government and the small businesses. They don't really care so much about. Well, Isn't that the standard practice in the Democratic Party? J. I mean, the whole idea of the party is for government handouts to individual people and failing to recognize what you said. And that is that businesses. Small businesses are the backbone of America. We are in their nation of small businesses. Really, but the Democrats make you do give you the money directly so that you could be a whole be beholden to the government and say Yes, I got my check from the government. But what about the small business who employs five and eight and 10 and 20 people? What about them? You're forgetting them. You're making the individual beholden to the government. And you're not really supporting and propping up the small business. Is there nothing fam animals? Sure. We haven't overlooked something that is there anything in the Republican, the Democratic plan that protects small businesses. Well, there's additional federal unemployment insurance protection, so I don't believe J. There is new money for paycheck protection. Concurrent confirm that for sure, but it's definitely not one of the things they're highlighting. Let's check that out because I think that is one of the I mean the Republicans going down there. That's How about instead of $350 billion toe?.

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"p p" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Hold Despise and hold, but it locks it in on an annual basis. So you at least get to book a return on an annual basis, and you don't give it back when we have a huge correction. You need to give us a call today. Whenever we could be reached at your calls being answered live is 972473 47 100 again? That's 972473 47 100. What are the things that I felt to mention was? Is that once you've locked in this 50% Of the rate of the return. Accounts over 500,000. They can't change it. And it specifies in the contract that even if interest rates, they start charging us at the bank, you know, back in the day we said that could never happen. But who knows? But You can't change that 50% no matter what happens in the world for six years. That I really like because so many times when we take a look at some of these companies that have this participation rate, it can go up and down and the people kind of get frustrated later down the road. This can't change. It's huge, right? That's one component. Your overall plan that's going to give you the security you need inside your retirement portfolio. Right? And I really like this, Steve for people that for You know, it's like it's like my 60 40 right, like maybe put 60% here and 40% and another longer term plan, or if you want immediate in calmer and income in the next year, too. By having the a six year term. The thing that's nice about is if interest rates go up later down the room and you're gonna be able to have access to that right. So it's it's a win win and so short term That's what I love the best about it. So I mean, millions and millions of dollars have been going into this particular strategy. I cannot stress to you how in our world things have changed. So if we end up having a market pullback, this 50% rate may be gone. They may even pulled the strategy. So this is very important on this particular plan to get in because once the bucket is full The bucket is full, and they're not going to take any more money in and we work with insurance companies all the time. And, you know, Bright House is a huge organization, but they only can put in so much money in this particular plan, Right? That's a good point. I mean, we take a look at the market back in. Oh, wait No. Nine when we had great offerings at that time, And then what happens when the market starts toe decline? I mean, people are moving into safety so the companies can offer to pay you what they were paying. But if you've locked it in your grandfather, then for that time, and especially a strategy that will give you 50%. That's A great opportunity for you. From a growth standpoint, protection standpoint, and even that liquidity standpoint, because, like you said, you can have a check within 30 days of 10% of the value. Actually, Steve, you're wrong. Oh, I lied. No, you misspoke. There's a difference. Once you're kind of set up, you can withdraw the following week, So it's like seven business days. And the thing is, is that I know in this six year period, we're going to have a huge market correction. What a buying opportunity and the strategy so you didn't lose any value. You have all of your money, and then you get to ride the market up. It's short term and it's easy. Here's where the market started. And here's where it ended in a 12 month period boom, right and then just do that six times and then get your money or don't even touch it. I won't mess it. Beauty never jumped the fact that it's hit a new Let's say it did hit a low. Well, guess what? We're starting there and then we're able to write it up. 50% 0. My gosh, Could you imagine like it from my From my perspective if we take a look at what's gonna just You heard it here First. I think that the housing market's just gonna implode the market. I mean, just completely just implode the market and student loan debt and a lot of the P P p has not been paid back. When the first time we have a lot of things that are at stake. But it's the one thing I can tell you from a financial standpoint of what we do and do really awesome. Lee is if this market corrects what a buying opportunity with this particular strategy. Don't miss out. Give us a call today. Scheduled your appointment this week. 972473 47 100 words whether it's an in person appointment in Dallas or Arlington or a conference call. Zoom meeting. I can assure you that everybody has an opportunity in this strategy. If the market goes up, you're going to get 50% of the market goes down. You'll get zero. That's like having a positive return. And there's no annual management fee. The number to reach us again is 972473. 4700 That's 972473 47 100. I'm Kathy Do it down, along with Steve Ringo will be right back. The recent health events and financial markets have us all wondering what the future holds. How long before we come out of this, and life returns to normal as we adjust to new terms like social.

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"p p" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This is a serious problem was, And it was an article in the R. J. This week, A friend of mine named Tom Blanchard was the former president of the GAL bar. Was being questioned. And if you talk to the landlords, and you talk to the real estate agent through like all this has been a nightmare because the landlords are now their income has been caught because they're not if they were using that money to subsidize your income, and they weren't so security. They don't have a lot more money in the bank. Now it's really cutting into their bottom line. And a lot of these landlords like I want to get it. I want to get out of the property, but they can't So they're like they're hamstrung because of the stupid loss, right? So You know, here we are in a situation where people a lot of people are hamstrung. Obviously, landlords in particular, seem like they're hamstrung. But you have corporations making plenty of money. The government bailing out, you know, bailing out the stock market bailing out the corporate that right? Don't you maybe shouldn't be bailing out the American citizens. They are. They are to some extent, but probably not enough. That's the problem. How much money do you spend? And where do you suppose why are we spending money on these big corporations that have all them like? You know when they did the first peep Peep E round? If you look at the list of companies that got money, Tom Brady included a million dollars. That's ridiculous. Why should these big companies apply for that? P. P p money if they were laying people off, and how about the fraud that was perpetrated against our system? How many people were getting money through P P p through phony to shell companies getting paid, and it's a fraud just like just like unemployment in California here in Nevada, said across the country to the tune of over a billion dollars was paid out illegally. So when you go, you know the average person would do that right now. It seems that the average person is like you know what time it may be Time for me to be a scumbag. I'm gonna spare everybody had in my experience in my life. There's a certain amount of people that this is a percentage of people who are just going to take advantage. They're gonna be scumbags. They're gonna They're gonna commit fraud when they can when they think they can get away with it. And that's just the way it is, and it's been. It's always been that way and I don't know what we can do to prevent it, But it's gonna happen. I don't you know you could. You could put it better measures to prevent the fraud. There's no question about that. If they looked at it called if somebody was looking at it closer, or somebody's not letting their uncle commit fraud. And it would probably be better probably be a better situation, but that's the world we live in. That's what that's what our countries like. That's what people do not everybody, But there's a There's just a percentage of people who do that. And and and I don't see it stopping so I don't know what? I don't know what we can do about it. I mean, most people are honorable. I think that most people are stand up in honorable. I'd say I don't know what the percentages Well, let's call it You know, in most businesses, if you you're trying to keep your bad debt, anybody that gives credit right? So anybody that gives credit you're trying to keep your bad debt below 2%. You know if if you're not keeping your bad debt below 2%, you're you're doing wrong. So if you're in the credit industry, you know that a business in order to be successful, you have to keep your back. You know where you keep your bad debt, And if it rises above that, then you're in trouble. So it's 2% of the people are normally pretty bad and the less real estate dump I had a how I had a beautiful home that I lost because you could, and by the way, you couldn't have built my home for what I had to sell it for. Yeah, I mean, it took I had a million dollar home legitimately was million and 50,000 and I sold it for $440,000. That's the nuts. It was. It was a 52 100 Square foot home on a half acre last semi custom, And you know what? That was because we allowed people at that time to buy multiple homes with no stroke, no down stroke in the marketplace. They were going out the alley, auntie all over town by multiple real estate pieces with no money involved. And when the market started to go bad, they all walked away and we all got left holding the bag and a lot of good people who own homes in that area. Their value of the homes went from, Let's say 400 or 500,250. You know what people walked away and people go? That's not right. They shouldn't walk away. Well, you know what? It's good business like, you know, I'm getting screwed. I got robbed. The value of my house was supposed be 500,000 And because of all this crap now it's cutting its gotten half and realistically, it'll never get by time I get even with what my equity gets even tow. What I what I borrowed. It'll be 30 years, which is how never been the case When you brought home. My house is my old home right now is worth about 7 800,080 right. That guy's making a killing. My thing is back in the day when they had the chance to fix the loans, then.

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"p p" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"p p" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He's a great father, like this situation couldn't happen to a better person. You know, he has taken some lumps. You know, with his accidents and this and that, but he always finds a way to rise to the occasion and become black. And you know, going back to it like he's always just had that mental toughness, toe stand up and do whatever it is that needs to be done. But he also has AH, charismatic personality. You walk in the locker with J P p and your shoes any right? He's gonna crack on you. As soon as you walk in the door, you know, he's gonna keep it life. And that's I think we're with some people respond to is like he's a man like, you know, that's a regular dude. He'll talk to anybody the same way he talks to Tom Brady. He's gonna talk to the free agent that walks in, but he's always been like that. You know, since I've known him s so you know, I just, You know, I appreciate everything that he's doing out there on the field. He's obviously grown tremendously as a player. I saw him come into the league, not understanding. You know what we were trying to tell him to the point where when I When I left, he understood. You know the defense and the offenses that we're playing against better than most guys I think ever will so Um, He's one of those players. He'll go down you go down is a great player. He's one of the best and I played with and hey deserves to be where he's at. Mathias. I want to give you another connection to the New York Giants that we're going to see on Super Bowl Sunday Super Bowl 55. That's the your first defensive coordinator. That got you guys to the Super Bowl? That was Steve Spagnola. We're going to see him out there with the Kansas City Chiefs. We know what your group he was always about. Attack. It was like the rush was was coming in waves. You knew it was coming, Obviously not the same type of defensive talent up front with this chief squad. But you do have weapons. And Jones Matthew. What should fans expect from Steve Spagnola? Those defense and the Super Bowl against Tom Brady? Again? Yeah, He's always been good at making adjustments and understanding how to put key players in the position to make plays. And one of the visuals he always gave us was arrows through snow. You know when you're flying, you're an arrow through snow. You just make that mistake at full speed. If you're gonna make it don't hesitate. Don't look around. Just go shoot your shot. Make that play and trust that the dude behind you is gonna make up for it. And one of the things that I've repeated about him is he's honest as a coach, he's not trying to save his job. He's very confident and what he does. He's been very successful at it, and there was a time he came in, and Corey Webster was our corner and he put on the film and he said, Hey, guys, look at this play right here. This was a bad call by me. But after a corner over here, make this play great. Remember Sitting down like like I was like the first time I ever heard of Kota coordinator at MIT like that. They really messed up. You know, Usually they're fine. Coaches confined everybody's fault except for their own. He's a guy who's honest about, um you know what he's doing, and everybody bought into it. You know that ZZ to get behind somebody who's confident who's competent and who's humble. And I think she's got all three of those. So let me ask you when it boils down to this game. You've been on the defensive side strategizing with Spagnola. You've had to prepare obviously to play against Brady. You were you were in the room with with J P P. What do you think is gonna happen in this game? I know it. I think we all believe it's gonna be a great one should be. Hopefully it's a close one. What do your thoughts on how this game will roll in and also turn out? You know, a lot of it. Super Bowl wise. A lot of it goes back to what? We talked about the beginning your preparation. How did they prepare? You can tell if you know a guy or a team has been focused if they've been diligent If they've been working, taking care of their bodies and studying you could tell that in the first quarter, so I think you know, you gotta let it play out a little bit to kind of get an understanding of Okay. This team's plan. Watch how they're fired up there flying around the ball there. Nobody jogging on any play. I was speaking from the defense of perspective, mainly, but the outcome of the game for me is the basics. You gotta hit him. You gotta hit him. Whoever gets hit, you know, hits are cumulative is what I always was told. And over the course of the game. If you can hit the quarterback enough, you're gonna throw him off. And that's that's where you get your opportunity to capitalize. That's where you get your opportunities to win the games to make those plays. You know, it's it's hard. T O hit that route that deep right or even that route in the flat when your head is ringing, you know, and that's a big component to the game. So you just gotta you gotta hit him. Spoken by a true sack master with eyes. He would Nuka two time Super Bowl champ with the giant sea. Of course you want to see somebody get it. I'll tell you Listen, I marveled at what Som Brady is doing. I wish he would go away. You gotta respect him. I want to see him get knocked all over the place..

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"p p" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I want to begin our conversation this morning, focusing in on something that I know a lot of people are paying close attention to, especially business owners. And that's the next round of these p P. P. Loans that are kicking off talk to us a little bit about associate ID bank's involvement in this round and the overall impact and importance of this program for business owners. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, the first time that we went through this our bank made over 8000 loans. And while this time we expected to be a lot less given the criteria and who really needs it, and we think it's gonna be a really successful program as well. We opened up yesterday. Like other midsize lenders, as we were allowed to do. And we've already put a couple of 100 loans through to the SP A just in 24 hours. So with the new criteria for this time and having to prove that you had 25% reduction and sales in any given quarter, it's really hitting some clients that you need it and that deserve it. And so We're happy that even though we expect lower Valium, we're happy that it's getting to these clients. Yeah, part of that was to focus in on some of the small businesses specifically. Talk to us a little bit about the impact on those businesses and how bad some of them have been hurting. You know, we talked about before. The nice thing about the businesses that we work with is that even the ones that are really impacted? Started with strong balance sheets and strong liquidity. So while they're surviving, they are hurting and you know the small businesses. Not only are they feeling the impact on the top line, which is whether judgment but even is that comes back there having issues getting people to come and help process new revenue for them. So this money can not only, you know, augment of the lower sales, but I also believe, really help them attain and you know, hopefully generate some Some interest in joining their company with jobs as well. There is a little bit of a correction to go with this round of P P p as well talk to us a little bit about what's being corrected here. The errors that are being repaired. Well, the air and I think that this one with the criteria that they have on having to prove that you had lower than 25% revenues, it really will target the companies that need it. You know, last time there was so much uncertainty and every company could say that they were impacted because they didn't really know. This time we know who was really impacted and it has to be proven out. So I think that this will make sure that not that other companies didn't deserve it the first time, but this will make sure that the money gets to the most deserving companies. Yeah, talk to us a little bit about the process. So in a little bit more detail, and for some businesses that have not had to go through this Is it a hard thing to do, Or is it pretty easy to get through on this? Well between that what the s p A. Has learned and done. And what? Our bank You know, I can only talk about ours in particular has built this time is so much easier than last time. There was so much uncertainty last time on how to do it. What did you would the money run out? That it was a mad scramble, and it was done very, very manually. This is way more automated as it mentioned. I personally took a couple clients through yesterday, and it was a very, very seamless process and, you know, saved a couple days and saved a lot of heartache on on both sides. The outlook in terms of the Corona virus pandemic appears to be improving. No numbers have been going down in recent weeks, and we've got the vaccination process underway. If all of that continues to go as planned, it looks like full steam ahead and leased the horizon. Looks clear. What could possibly be the roadblocks thrown in the way? Well, Steve, I think you know, we all hope that what you just said. It is true, but I think you know, just talking to neighbors talking to friends and then talking to business owners. There's definitely going to be a percentage of people. That are still waiting, See and are going to be slower..

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"p p" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But you know the words to this song, which I'm not going to sing for you. But if you know the words of this song is this not completely perfect for the Jared Porter situation. Are you down with O P. P. Do you believe in just your guy? Yes. You're welcome for noticing Dave is up is a man. Do you believe that he was he was somehow Googling pictures of other people's Private parts and was sending those to this poor female reporter. No, not listen. I don't want to generalize every man in the world because some of us don't do that. Some of us like myself are gentlemen. I feel it. There is a Portion of men out there that are Liars in some way and then you know less than Forthcoming. You know, she was gonna say they're not all on the open up like like in all seriousness like you mentioned before, sometimes. It's not just so, you know, I'm looking for a relationship. Sometimes it's something more. I'm just looking for photos. But you don't believe Jared Porter. I don't leave anything that's coming out of it. Okay. Got it moments. Yes, that's where I'm at with. So in other words, producer Dave does not believe that these were just stock photos. Stock photos. Is there a website where you could? There probably is a website where you could go to get stopped. Penis photos. Sorry, but that's what he was sending. And he says those were joke like photos, and he just he found somewhere I'm mean like, for instance, if I googled photos of Tom Brady right now, there'd be like a million photos that popped up of Brady playing football with this family yada yada. I mean, there's just a website where you can Google Penises. I mean, I have no clue number one, but I'm assuming if you went to the group of this is if you really wanted to. I think regular old Google anything you type in you go. I'll just Yeah, Whatever you type in there. At this point, we'll just Available, I guess for anybody, but no, That's that's not wait. So Google can control the message when it comes to other things, but not that I don't know. Oh, good for you, Jared Porter. I guess that's creative. Anyway. It's a little bit like the I got hacked. Excuse..

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"p p" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And you know the words to this song, which I'm not going to sing for you. But if you know the words of this song is this not completely perfect for the Jared Porter situation Are you down with O P. P. Do you believe in? Just you're a guy? Yes. You're welcome for noticing. Dave is a is a man. Do you believe that he was he was somehow Googling pictures of other people's Private parts and was sending those to this poor female reporter. No, not listen. I don't want to generalize every man in the world because some of us don't do some of us like myself are gentlemen. Ford. There's a Portion of men out there that are Liars in some way and then you know less than Forthcoming, You know, for sure. I was gonna say they're not all on the open up like you like in all seriousness like you mentioned before, sometimes. It's not just so, you know, I'm looking for relationships. Sometimes it's something more. I'm just looking for photos. But you don't believe Jared Porter. I don't leave anything that's coming out of it. Okay. Got it moments, guys just where I'm at with. So in other words, producer Dave does not believe that these were just stock photos. Stock photos. Is there a website where you could? There probably is a website where you could go to get stopped. Penis photos. Sorry, but that's what he was sending. And he says those were joke like photos, and he just he found somewhere I'm mean like, for instance, if I googled photos of Tom Brady right now, there'd be like a million photos that popped up of Brady playing football. Where this family yada yada. I mean, there's just a website where you can Google Penises. I mean, I have no clue number one, but I'm assuming if you went to the Google is if you really wanted to. I think regular old Google anything you type in gold. Just Yeah, Whatever you type in there. At this point, we'll just Be available, I guess for anybody, but no, That's that's not wait. So Google can control the message when it comes to other things, but not that stuff. I don't know. Oh, good for you, Jared Porter. I guess that's creative. Anyway. It's a little bit like the I got hacked. Excuse..

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"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sunday It's 45 degrees in Denver. The latest pick up in the distribution of covert vaccines means Colorado won't get thousands of doses from the federal stockpile. Today. I come before you extremely disappointed. That we were lied to. With plans of the administration to release reserve doses that were to be the second doses of the vaccine. Governor Pola says. It turns out the promised doses do not exist. If they did, Colorado would have received a one time shipment of 200 to 250,000 doses are state will get vaccine shipments but about 78,000 doses per week. Those doses will be earmarked for the 525,000 Coloradans who are age 70 and older. Does your business qualify for the next round of P P. P. Governor Boulis says there are some new rules. You were 25% down for one quarter in the last calendar year. You qualify to get 2.5 months. Of payroll in P P. P. Hardest hit restaurants and food businesses can get up to 3.5 months of payroll from the program. The corona virus pandemic is now reported to have taken the lives of two million people worldwide. Johns Hopkins researchers confirming the milestone today. Covert 19 is the ninth most fatal pandemic. And recorded history. The State Patrol says. One person was killed. 15 people hurt in a big pile up on I 70 and eastern Colorado at mid morning blowing dust caused. I 70 to be closed for much of the mid day it has reopened on the eastern Plains. Today, the Trump Administration approved Colorado's disaster declaration for our fall wildfires. It frees up some federal funding to help repair damage on Wall Street. The Dow was down 1 77 NASDAQ Lost 1 14 s and P 500 down 27 in sports ABS and blues tonight in Denver. Our next news update of 4 30. I'm Cathy Walker on K Away News Radio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM. What separates Joe Joe for my friends at the vet River Sports Book in If you haven't downloaded the River sports book after IOS, we'll do it now, because it is here, you place all of your bets and live stream sports from around the world, all from one click on your iPhone. Just go to the Iowa SAP store right there on you in the old Apple Store and search for BET River Sports.

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"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The pandemic continues to put a serious crush on businesses trying to survive. But the good news is the U. S. Small Business Administration is working with the Treasury to Reopen the paycheck protection program. Also known as P P P. Let's get into it with SP a Colorado district director Francis Padilla. Thanks for joining us. Thank you very much for having me. How important would you say these peopie P re sources are for small businesses in our state? Specifically, can you quantify it? Oh, absolutely. They're incredibly important. I don't know if you know this, but like 99.5% of all private business in Colorado is considered small. And pre pandemic times with employed over a million people. So you know small businesses really big business and Colorado and some of our businesses are still hurting and need that additional assistance to get them through the hump that was caused. You know, when the injury for the From the pandemic Francis, I'm sure you're glad to get anything But is there specifically maybe a dollar amount for something that you think would really make an impact in a difference for for folks that have small businesses. It really depends on what their needs are to get through the economic injury that P p p specifically is to help people get through payroll times. It's really for payroll and other kind of operational on eligible expenses in the way that we determine the loan amount is Based on an average of their peril time multiplier factors, So you know, we know that some of the businesses in our food and accommodation sectors were incredibly hurt, so they're factor is a little bit higher, so it really just depends on you know what the business is and what their need is soapy pp is one option. The state and other local governments have lots of other options. If there are Other needs from small businesses that we had 109,000 tpp applications in the first round. So we have a lot of Colorado but took advantage of that of that program. You talked about these being alone's What are the guidelines for using the P P p money and then paying it back? Does everybody have to pay it back? Or if you prove you're using it for us a payroll? Can you not pay it back? No, absolutely great question. It's actually set up to be a forgivable loan. It's a guaranteed loan, and the guarantee is 100%. So if having forbid somebody should default on the loan, there would be 100% guarantee. But the way that you can maximize forgiveness is to make sure that you spend at least 60% of those loan proceeds on payroll, ineligible payroll costs. And then we give you a little bit of a buffer of an additional 40% to spend on other kinds of operational expenses that Really do pertain to keeping your doors open Francis actually about a dollar amount, but I'll ask this. How How long would you like to see a program like P p p. Continue, I say into perpetuity. I know I'm being hyperbolic. But is it something you feel from your perspective? Obviously for those you advocate for should continue until there's some semblance of fully opened economy. Would that make sense? That absolutely does. And we're happy to administer Peopie people auras long as the lawmakers continue to give us allocations you know, SPH does have other core programs and resource is and under the new economic aid Act. We've actually increased those incentives as well. So if Tpp doesn't work for somebody because there needs really isn't payroll based We can always look back at some of the new incentives under our 78 program are 504 Loan program, Our micro loan program, where were increasing guarantee percentages? And we're also waiving fees for borrowers. And before we run. If a business maybe didn't apply in the first round, they think they might be eligible this time. What makes a business eligible for those peopie dollars? But there's really two programs that they can access if they never gotta pee pee pee in the first place. That program is really called the first stroppy pp. And it's very similar to all of the eligibility is under the care act. With the exception of the new law made, um more entities eligible. And it actually expanded the use of the proceeds in terms of what you can spend an operation costs so they would just go to one authorized P P. P lender and we can make sure to match them up the Colorado District office or they can visit SP a dot of backslash Lender match and actually put the information in and get matched with one on the second dropped a little bit different. You had to have already had a pee pee pee in the first round. We used the funds by the time you get the second one, and the criteria is a little bit different. So the employees maximum is 300 instead of 500. On. Do you actually have to prove that you had a revenue revenue reduction of at least 25% from some period in 2019, compared to some period in 2020 s p a Colorado district director Francis Padilla. Thanks So much for your insight. We appreciated. We're rooting for all small businesses. So thank you. Thank you. I'm good and for their 5 30 ahead of the newscast. Let's see how.

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"p p" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Don't do not exceed 150,000. But the FDA hasn't released that new simplified one page application yet, Okay, that's for those who that's okay, So if we have not done The application for forgiveness. We are still eligible for the new second, um, draw P p. P. Lum to be reading my mind of this. The next thing I was going to talk about is the fact that you are so there Have. The next thing was that you must in order to even qualify. So here we are with qualifications in order to even qualify to apply for a second draw alone. You must have had received Tpp Long PPV loan in the first place. You have two. However, you do not have to a supply for forgiveness by now, on the first long you do not have to because the law says that You have can months to apply for forgiveness on that first draw long 10 months from the date the covered period ending date and the cover period of your P P p lungs going to be the data dropped. The proceeds dropped in your bank. Theo 24 weeks later. At your covered period of using the P P. P funds and you have 10 months at the end of that covered period to apply for forgiveness on that one. However, here's here's a little flip side to that. I'm waiting. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. You must have used all this money in your covered period or By the time you apply. Excuse me, By the time you apply that you must have used all the money by the time you have applied for the second draw or have a good faith, reasonable belief that you will use all the money. By the time you apply for the second round, Okay, So there's always a little you know a little with about these things, but I have to say I have to say for us procrastinators. This was very this is very good news if you haven't filled out The forgiveness, paperwork and you've spent the money or a good shape for once, Right? Right. There you go. So it's very important that people also know that there are expanded rules for costs. Now that you can use The first draw or the second drop tpp money for and there's also means on. Tell me what you what That means. What does that mean? Patricia base the original cause. Were 60. You had to use at least 60%. Of your of your p p p long money towards payroll costs. And the calculation is the same. On the second draw application is it was on the first, however. All right, man, I'm gonna I'm gonna hold you at the whole, however, because we have to take a break and we'll give you the second part in just a moment. We'll go over all of it. Not to worry. Patricia Gentile is with a C P a attorney at law. New England tax relief dot com and and always, you can reach her. At the phone number and go ahead and give out that phone number, Please. Patricia. 1 808 08388, and we'll.

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"p p" Discussed on X96

X96

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on X96

"A lot of meals delivered all over it as well. So I'm gonna follow Bill already on Twitter that our fates bill, This is radio from hell on X 96. All right, Let's see. It's a sum 40 eights in time to a ward round one of your boners and round one of the boner voting is brought to you. In part by Uh, hope food dish was kind of I like tofu, Cashew tofu, something something and Big T. Yeah, so, but our candidate number one Was lock her up. Newly elected Congress woman from Colorado. Gun toting Q and on believing Lauren Bo Burt. Tweeting out to the people. Rioting at the Capitol. Nancy Pelosi no longer in the House, letting them know what's going on location, basically letting letting everyone know her location. Uh, Number two things are so tough for poor little baloney that one got that got a few votes. Allowing more people into the wave. Came in a distant third. The winner was number one. Lock her up. Lauren Bobo. Okay, That's the winner of round ones voting. It now goes forward to Boehner Fight. It might be boner of the day around to coming up in a 23 more. Three different candidates will take a winner. There is well. Take both winners and put them against each other. And you will decide. Of those two. Which one should be boner of the day. We'll do that at 9 20 this morning, Okay? All right. Let's see. I think we have made on the phone doing the following is a sponsored feature. Mr MacDonald, How are you? And well, How are you all were all still well, at this point. Yeah. Natives with the state of Utah. The Coronavirus task force, and I know you want tol people let people know that the P p p. What is that, said Paid paid Check protection program. Yes. Yeah. Round. Yes, don't, huh? It is going and so this is a that is dedicated for really this year. They're they're hoping and focusing more on small businesses. This includes, you know so proprietors, independent contractors. You know a Knopper to Nitti. If your business hasn't been able to pick back up, it's been heavily impacted by the pandemic to build to get to mate here payment. The P P P loans are due. The FDA program and And it's a way that's really helping businesses. She we've still got a little more time. Hopefully, before things wraps up here, the vaccine really kicks in and in these P P p loans are just there to really help businesses. But they need to stand this last these last few months how two people apply. How tow business people apply for those Nate. So you know you go directly through your bank on If your bank doesn't have isn't set up to do it. You can reach out and get a list of the banks that are through go to grown. A virus site YouTube Taka poured flash business. And that we have a team set up. We call him the rapid response team for business. It's and just clicked on that link. If you have any questions, you need any support this team of individuals that are trained that know all the Internets of the P P. P program are there to help you walk you through the program get you where you need to be. So we hope that the businesses that are really struggling can take advantage of this. All right, Nate, we have a new governor Spencer Cox, and he's He's taken office and he's coming and he's going up. Right? Come on, Come on. We got to get this moving that Z. These vaccines. We've got to get this ramped up. It's going to slow. Um how? What has he done? Is it working is our things Going along faster now. Yeah. I mean, I think every state in the country then it's been a slower process than they had hoped. I'm getting the vaccine out. You know, from distribution to getting him in arms and And Yeah, Governor Cox is really put. You know an emphasis on it to really work with all of the health department and state and all of our providers who are who are distributing the vaccine? T Get it out, Togut. The kinks worked out to get him. In the arms and it's moving. It is really we were moving quickly, and, you know, I think I saw a report yesterday with where over 100,000. People have gotten the vaccine and arms that they have that they contribute so far, and they expect that to grow quickly up to over 200,000 and Or moving fast and right now, those who are eligible or health care professionals, I mean, really have your health care professional Hancock the vaccine. Please. Please go get it. You know they were the first ones lto eligible for it. First responders, So right now, teachers are able to now get their appointments scheduled to their local health department. On def You don't know how to contact the local department get. Just go to the coronavirus that you talked back of website. Click on vaccines. All the information is there. Um And then if you have questions about the vaccine, we know that some people just have questions. Is it safe? They skip any stabs. There's quite there are answers to all those questions to help you understand? Come in different flavors that I asked. I went to see if it came in different flavors, But, yeah, I want a watermelon flavor vaccine, but no, it didn't have. That s O. So I went to the Salt Lake County Health Department website. And it was pretty clear there what you needed to do, it said. You know, right now what you just said. First responders, healthcare workers, teachers, you are you should be getting the vaccine now and then, it says People 70 years of age and older. You're next in line. We don't have appointments set up yet that says Check back on. Forget what it was. I think tomorrow like the 13th or something. Check back will have appointment schedules ready and you can apply right here on on on our website of Solly County Health Department. Now, hopefully and then and then I think the feeling is or the idea is and correct me if I'm wrong..

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"p p" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"p p" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Again, people we're here to help. Not only do we we manage people's money, help them prepare for life, and it's all inclusive. That's you know, you need help with your taxes. You need help with legal. We help people out. Quite a bit small businesses around the country with the P P p program when it came out, and there is a second round that's coming out. And kept that All the information that's been made available. We've put it together. Accounting firm that we work with that offering on corporate put together an unbelievable body of work to help you understand it. If you don't understand, we'll answer your questions, and we'll help you with it. Um a lot. A lot of the p P p program least the second round. Is going to. It's yet to be written a lot of these rules a lot of these laws that are written by Congress. They leave a lot up to the I. R s and the Treasury Department. And as soon as we get the information, we can help you. With that, But yeah, That's what We do. What we do know that it did. They does your does your stockbroker at Wells Fargo Advisors help you with your small business. Huh? Marilyn Chick. I do, though he may take you out to dinner and give you some nice charge Keys. But no This is what we do. Personal CFO program is about like I said earlier. Navigating storms. FINANCIAL storms, corrections volatility. Being able to avoid Understand, recognize, risk, serious risk. Including stuff they haven't seen before. One of the things that we talked about for years here. Conventional wisdom is poison narratives poison. So you can discern the difference between the conventional wisdom of the day. And the reality of the terrain. This is what we do, and we're here to help you get to our website at watchdog on wall street dot com Sign up for our personal C F o program. Um Can I Then we've been very consistent here on the program when it comes Cove it and how it's been handled. And we've looked at the numbers. And again we see a lot of stuff that doesn't make any sense. Oh, by the way. Oh, well, while we're on the topic, Cove, it Uh, about a month ago. Months ago, I gave blood and I got my son. I got a letter in the mail this past week from the blood center, saying that I tested positive. For the cove. It antibodies. Got it. Now what? In the letter, it says. There is significant evidence that says that you made me immune to it. But, you know, they kind of get into kind of covering their butt type stuff. So now one. Actually, even the letter didn't say anything about me donating anti bodies or anything like that which I'd be more than happy to do. How's it gonna work? How are you? This vaccines that I've yet to hear anything saying if you've had it already. You know you go to the back of the line. How is this gonna work? Anyway. I saw this. This was interesting as well. Is that despite the No lockdowns in the state of Florida, and there's no mask mandate, even though businesses on their own.

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