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"samford embassy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:23 min | 11 months ago

"samford embassy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Out to and its own layoffs and it's a big one we're trying to do. We did. A lot of really currently topical kind of things were going on people getting laid off women, er, having a fallen fallen into this, you know, and having to take care of these things, so we really wanted to Have some messaging around what's really happening to people's life. Today. I want to remind people if you want our help. There's two ways to do it. You can sign up for retirement course we used to do it. It just stayed in the best state your library here in Birmingham, Samford Embassy suites so we can rent out several ballrooms and spread out for those of our listeners in Huntsville come down making evening outside a bunch of people, but but more importantly, Because the course is great, but it is general. The most effective thing you can do to play in your retirement is to come sit down with us and let us analyze your particular specific circumstances and give you Advice and feedback based on what you need to be doing. And so we do that either virtually over zoom or we do it right here in our office on the corner of valid L and Caldwell Mill and Inverness here in Birmingham and we go through your specific needs your specific vision and desires for your retirement. And then we gather all the information that we need to help you plan your retirement. And we go through and walk you through step by step here. The things that are going well here, the things that need to be fixed. You know if you don't have an income plan, if you're not sure how much longer you need to work. If you're not clear on how much you can afford to spend and retirement confidently, if you're not clear on what to do about Social Security, or whether to pay your house offer Should you be converting some of your money tow tax? Free money from tax deferred money. All of those things we will show you how to do is part of our retire with freedom process and we do this analysis at no cost it all to you. So give us a call 988 triple 06. That's two of 5988 triple 06. We will sit down with you again either. Virtually you're here in our office. 988 Triple 06205988 Triple 06. We know how to help you plan your retirement, but you've got to take action. Picking up the phone and given us a call. We have somebody a special guest with us today. Surprise guest a surprise guest in it is our daughter Tyler, who now works in freedom, Financial with us, And she has been working with this remotely for awhile, and we're getting her back to Birmingham. So say hello, Tyler and kind of Tell people what you do for freedom. Financial don't know how you help the clients. Hey, everyone. Yes. So I have just recently started working for my parents and I helped build the plans for people going through the process. And then once you become a client, we do, um, scheduled reviews just to check in and make sure everything's going according to plan, so I also help With those reviews. Really? You've been working with us, though, since you were 16, right? I mean, I mean, you kind of you. You worked as a hostess at Buffalo Wild wings for a minute emphasis on a minute and said, Wow, this is a better a better finish my degree in finance. Yeah, And then and then you started interning here in the afternoons and the summers, right? Yeah, I've been working here. Like you said. Since I was 16 every day after high school, I would come and work here until five and then every summer, And then once I went to college, I started working like interning full time during the summers. Let's give. Let's give her some props. You got a degree in finance, just like our oldest daughter, Peyton did. She's got her degree in finance, and she actually got license. She got all over licenses. But she had spent some to you. Well, I'll let you tell it. Go ahead. What happened? How did how did they? How did you get sucked in Europe s O. I graduated in finance and the plan was always to come work for my parents. But I just really before I set roots down, wanted to go explore and see what else was out there. And so I moved to Prague in the Czech Republic for About 13 months and taught English and it just was a way to travel and pay the bills. You know, well, and you did. I mean, wonderful. We didn't subsidize it all. Yeah. So you had you had studied a semester in Ireland, right? And really fell in love with Europe? Yeah, Yeah, I was in Dublin for four months. My junior year. And then when I came back, I just knew I just wasn't done with it. And if I left it alone 20 years from now it regret it. So I meet. Will you help me? We mean my dad sat down and looked at programs online, and we found a good program in Prague that helps certify you because you need to get your certain it was. Was it your friend or Peyton's friend That knew somebody that had taught English because we didn't even know about this English teaching thing? I don't know. We don't even know it was a thing. I mean, I would have assumed you had to know the native language to teach him another language. But you don't All you gotta do is go talk English to him. You know, I just was desperate to get back to Europe. So I started going Tol. Um Auburn had this like global convention and I went in such with some lady and she just I just was like, Look, give me all the options, she said Nanny. We looked into maybe doing a nanny or teaching, but pretty much if you are a native English speaker, you conduce what I did, That's all That's the only requiring much anywhere in the world. Yeah, well as long unless it's an English speaking country, exactly, Mrs Dublin or London, right. You could teach. You might teach English in Alabama's some of us don't know how to pinpoint English in Alabama. So our kids our kids were always making fun of us for how rednecks to sound our Southern accents course they grew up here, just like we did. How did They end up without the accent. I don't know. But you know the cool thing to tower. I think that the experience that you got over there was that you also you know, you can present to people now. Well, and you're comfortable with adults because you were teaching adults in corporate incorporations. English just wasn't retreats and some Children, but you also were teaching like corporate clients. My job that I started off with was it was Language school that hired me to in contract with me out to there. Clients and their clients were like Exxon Mobil and people like that. So I went to Exxon Mobil and taught me a business English actually for them. I taught a class It's and it's normally like a group of No more than like six adults. They're small classes of just their employees that need English. We've heard a lot of stories about what they really What they want to know is to speak conversational English, You know, so that's pretty cool. That was a cool thing. And now you're back here and now I would have to say I mean, let's think about this because of Gonna throw this out there. I think you know how to do everything that we do here in the office. You've kind of done every job since you were. I mean, pretty much the time you Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, I think you've done you've done everything. So you're confident as we are now, You don't want your trumpet in his mama. Because Mom's done every job. You and mom have done every job. I've done one job. Just I've just done the one thing in the done the advising, but at some point during our Lifetime of our business. You've done every single tone. I think I don't hear it the company so and you've kind of gone in and out of jobs at different times, depending on what we needed to do. You know, I anticipate Tyler being able to do the same thing..

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"samford embassy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:30 min | 11 months ago

"samford embassy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Be soon. So we've just got through. If you're listening to this Go to our website and look at our television episodes and look for the one on on women in retirement. And one more thing about our show or tell you watch it. Watch it. I'm sorry watching on CBS, but but it will. It will run occasionally on CBS. But you can go on and on Fox, but you can go to our website and And watch the episode on our website. Yeah, and yet one more show one more shot it for one more show that we That's just it's still being still being produced. But it's about to come out, too, and it's on layoffs and it's a big one with we're trying do we did a lot of really currently topical kind of things were going on people getting laid off winner? Haven't fallen, fallen into this. You know what having to take care of these things, so we really wanted to have some messaging around what's really happening to people's life. Today. I want to remind people if you want our help. There's two ways to do it. You can sign up for retirement course we used to do it. It just stayed in the best state your library here in Birmingham, Samford Embassy suites so we can rent out several ballrooms and spread out for those of our listeners in Huntsville. Come down making evening. We've had a bunch of people, but but Maurin importantly, Because the course is great. But it is general. The most effective thing you can do to plan your retirement is to come sit down with us and let us analyze your particular specific circumstances and give you Advice and feedback based on what you need to be doing. And so we do that either virtually over zoom or we do it right here in our office on the corner of valid L and Caldwell Mill and Inverness here in Birmingham and we go through your specific needs your specific vision and desires for your retirement. And then we gather all the information that we need to help you plan your retirement. And we go through and and walk you through step by step here. The things that are going well here, the things that need to be fixed. You know if you don't have an income plan, if you're not sure how much longer you need to work. If you're not clear on how much you can afford to spend and retirement confidently, if you're not clear on what to do about Social Security, or whether to pay your house offer Should you be converting some of your money toe attacks? Free money from tax deferred money. All of those things we will show you how to do is part of our retirement freedom process And we do this analysis at no cost it all to you. So give us a call 988 triple 06. That's two of 5988 triple 06. We will sit down with you again either. Virtually you're here in our office. 988 Triple 06205988 Triple 06. We know how to help you plan your retirement, but you've got to take action. Picking up the phone and given us a call. We have somebody a special guest with us today. Surprise guest a surprise guest in it is our daughter Tyler, who now works in freedom, Financial with us, And she has been working with this remotely for awhile, and we're getting her back to Birmingham. So say hello, Tyler and kind of Tell people what you do for freedom. Financial Now how you helped the clients. Hey, everyone. Yes. So I have just recently started working for my parents and I helped build the plans for people going through the process. And then once you become a client, we Do scheduled reviews just to check in and make sure everything's going according to plan. So I also help with those reviews. Really? You've been working with us, though, since you were 16, right? I mean, I mean, you kind of you. You worked as a hostess to Buffalo Wild wings for a minute emphasis on a met and said, Wow, this is a better a better finish my degree in finance on then, and then you started interning here in the afternoons in the summers, right? Yeah, I've been working here. Like you said. Since I was 16 every day after high school, I would come and work here until five. And then every summer, and then once I went to college, I started working like interning full time during the summers. Let's give. Let's give her some props. You got a degree in finance, just like our oldest daughter, Peyton did. She's got her degree in finance, and she actually got license. She got all over licenses, but she had spent some to you. Well, I'll let you tell it. Go ahead. What happened? How did how did they? How did you get second? They're up s O. I graduated in finance and the plan was always to come work for my parents. But I just really before I set roots down, wanted to go explore and see what else was out there. And so I moved to Prague in the Czech Republic for about 13 months and taught English And it just was a way to travel and pay the bills. No. Well, And you did. I mean, wonderful. We didn't subsidize it all. So you had you had studied a semester in Ireland, right? And really fell in love with Europe? Yeah, Yeah, I was in Dublin for four months. My junior year. And then when I came back, I just knew I just wasn't done with it. And if I left it alone 20 years from now, I'd regret it. So I mean, will you help me? We mean my dad sat down and looked at programs online, and we found a good program in Prague that helps certify you because you need to get your certain it was. Was it your friend or Peyton's friend That knew somebody that had taught English because we didn't even know about this English teaching thing? I don't know. We don't even know it was a thing. I mean, I would have assumed you had to know the native language to teach him another language. But you don't All you gotta do is go talk English to him. You know, I just was desperate to get back to Europe. So I started going Tol. Um Auburn had this like Global convention and I went into this with some lady and she just I just was like, Look, give me all the options, she said Nanning We looked into maybe doing a nanny or teaching, but pretty much if you are a native English speaker, you conduce what I did, That's all That's the only requiring much anywhere in the world. Yeah, well as long as unless it's an English speaking country. Exactly. Dublin, London Right you could teach you might teach English and Alabama's some of us don't have to be point English in Alabama. So our kids our kids are always making fun of us for how rednecks to sound All right. Our Southern accents. Of course. They grew up here, just like we did. How did they End up without the accent. I don't know. But you know the cool thing to tower. I think that the experience that you got over there was that you also you know, you can present to people now. Well, and you're comfortable with adults because you were teaching adults in corporate incorporations English just she wasn't teaching some Children. But you also were teaching like corporate clients. Yeah, no, my job that I started off with was it was a language school that hired me to in contract with me out to there. Clients and their clients were like Exxon Mobil and people like that. So I went to Exxon Mobil and taught the a business English actually for them. I taught a class it and it's normally like a group of No more than like six adults. They're small classes of just their employees that need English. We've heard a lot of stories about what they really want. What they want to know is to speak conversational English, You know, so that's pretty cool. That was a cool thing. And now you're back here and now I would have to say I mean, let's think about this because of Gonna throw this out there. I think you know how to do everything that we do here in the office. You kind of done every job since you were I mean, pretty much from the time you Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I think you've done you've done everything. So you're confident as we are now. You don't want your profit in his mama Because Mom's done every job. You and mom have done every job. I've done one job. Just I've just done the one thing I did in the done the advising, but at some point during our Lifetime of our business. You've done every single tone. I think I don't hear it the company so and you've kind of gone in and out of jobs at different times, depending on what we needed to do. You know, I anticipate Tyler being able to do the same thing. You all are multi talented. I have a single have one single capability. So you tell her. I just wouldn't. We just wanted to bring you on and introduce you and we do a getting to know your signature at the end of the show. But what better thing to get to know? Then one of our I got one last question for you. I'm gonna put you on the spot. What's your favorite thing about working here so far? Um Probably the open line of communication because I think having my parents as my boss, it lets me feel like I have more of Ah. What I do in my voice has more of a say,.

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"samford embassy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"samford embassy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Millions of jobs were lost in April. The U. S economy not only failed to gain some back in December, it lost 140,000. It was mostly driven by the 372,000 jobs cut by bars and restaurants. Because of both new covert shutdowns and cold weather that made outdoor dining almost impossible. Most economists predicted some improvement, maybe 50,000. But gains in a few other industries, including retail factories and construction failed to offset the losses, which were also big in hospitality and leisure overall. Also not helping all the delays in passing and signing the coronavirus relief package. The overall jobless rate remained steady at 6.7%. Boeing is paying $2.5 billion to settle a Justice Department investigation into whether it misled regulators about it's 7 37 Max jets before the two fatal crashes Rod Hell, Solomon reports the settlement would lift the legal cloud that has hung over the company for about two years. Prosecutors have been probing high profile lapses by Boeing and telling the FAA about the shortcomings on the max before and after the accidents. The settlement includes a $243 million fine. More than $2 billion in compensation to airline customers and families of crash victims. I'm her health Solomon Elon Musk is now the richest person in the world, overtaking Jeff Bezos by a couple of billion bucks. Musk is worth about 190 billion now, but an investor made famous by the book and movie the Big short for shorting the housing market before the 2000 and collapse is telling musk to enjoy what we can. Michael Burry is now shorting Tesla at a time when many other investors Shorted Tesla. All during last year's stratospheric 750% rise have thrown in the towel and Amazons Prime Pantry service that delivered groceries and household essentials is no more. It was one of the retailers. Early attempts at selling food online Prime Pantry products have just been folded into Amazon's main site. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio occasionally on CBS, But you can go and fuck those and on Fox, but you can go to our website and watch the episode on our website. Yeah, and and yet one more show one more shot at for more show that that's just it's still being still being produced. But it's about to come out to and its own layoffs, and it's a big one with we're trying We did. A lot of really currently topical kind of things were going on people getting laid off women or having a fallen fallen into this, you know, and having to take care of these things, so we really wanted to have some messaging around what's really happening to people's life. Today. I want to remind people if you want our help. There's two ways to do it. You can sign up for retirement course we used to do it. It just stayed in the best state your library here in Birmingham, Samford Embassy suites so we can rent out several ballrooms and spread out for those of our listeners and hon. Still come down making evening. We've had a bunch of people but but more importantly, because the course is great, but it is general the most effective thing you can do to play in your retirement. Is to come sit down with us and let us analyze your particular specific circumstances and give you advice and feedback based on what You need to be doing And so we do that either virtually over zoom or we do it right here in our office on the corner of valid l and Caldwell mill and in furnace here in Birmingham and we go through your specific needs your specific vision and desires for your retirement. And then we gather all the information that we need to help you plan your retirement. And we go through and and walk you through step by step here. The things that are going well here, the things that need to be fixed. You know if you don't have an income plan, if you're not sure how much longer you need to work..

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