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Bucks’ Sterling Brown reaches settlement in civil rights lawsuit against police

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Bucks’ Sterling Brown reaches settlement in civil rights lawsuit against police

"As the guard. Sterling brown is agreed to settle his lawsuit against the city of milwaukee for seven hundred. Fifty thousand dollars after police officer used a taser on him. During a january twenty eighteen arrest for a parking violation brown said in the lawsuit officers used excessive force and five that it is fourth amendment rights during the

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Lollapalooza promoter to pay Chicago Park District $750K for canceled festival

Roe Conn

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Lollapalooza promoter to pay Chicago Park District $750K for canceled festival

"There's a glimmer of good news for Chicago when it comes to Lollapalooza WGN steeper Tran has nothing compared to the economic impact the city would have retired the festival being held but festival promoters will pay the Chicago park district at least something for the canceled fast the contract requires promoters C. three to pay seven hundred fifty thousand dollars if the festival is canceled because of a force majeure and a pandemic is one of those Stieber trend WGN

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One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

War Room

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

"What a police officer charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

Orlando's Evening News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

"That one of the three cops or former cops accused of aiding and abetting murder in the George Floyd killing is now free on bond Thomas lane had been detained for a week posted a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar bond this evening walking out of the county jail that according to Minneapolis Star Tribune Mr lane and two other former Minneapolis police officers have been charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder in the death of Floyd who was killed by former officer Derek schaffen kneeling on Floyd's knack for almost

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George Floyd honored at Minneapolis memorial service

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:23 min | 1 year ago

George Floyd honored at Minneapolis memorial service

"In Minneapolis Friends family community leaders civil rights leaders from our across the country gathered to mourn George Floyd Sarah Cider is out front. He. The Gray. At the memorial in Minneapolis. George flights family took time to mourn this amazing to me that he touched so many people hearts. You because he'd been touching our hearts, you know everybody won't justice. We Want Justice George. He's going to get it. He's GonNa get it. Historic national demonstrations in Floyd's name are now well into their tenth day. What happened to Freud happens adequate bay in this country and then every. Of American life is time for us to stand up in charges, name and Saket show me off. ow Next Knicks less than a mile from the family memorial National Guard troops stood watch three former police officers charged with aiding and abetting and Floyd's death made their first court appearance, all three granted one million dollar bail, or seven hundred fifty thousand dollars with conditions of potential key witness, the passenger and Floyd car. That fatal afternoon says. His friend did not resist arrest telling the new. York Times Floyd was from the beginning, trying in his humblest formed show, he was not resisting. I could hear him pleading. Please officer. What's it all four? Minneapolis police have released two hundred thirty. Thirty five pages of highly redacted personnel records for the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest, they show Derek Shaaban the officer now charged with second degree murder had at least seventeen previous misconduct complaints with the department. He was given a notice of suspension, and was also reprimanded for removing a woman from her car. In Two thousand seven Alexander Kyung had been an officer less than six months at the time of Floyd's death prior to joining law enforcement enforcement, the four men held a variety of jobs including working at McDonald's target. Home Depot and service in the United. States army. They now face between ten and forty years in prison. If convicted and Floyd's killing psalms, one is seven. The. Lord is my light and my salvation following the memorial service Reverend Jesse. Jackson paid a visit to the site. We're floyd died

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bail at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for the three officers lane J. Kang and two tile on Wall Street the Dow by twelve points the nasdaq dropped sixty seven more on these stories at town hall dot com gold is shoring are you missing it if you have an IRA or four oh one K. you probably are less than one percent hold physical gold we've been told by Wall Street for crazy people really what's crazy about an asset the beat stocks two to one I'm Adam berada national bestselling author of the book gold is a better way owner of advantage gold and eight five thousand member and highest rated gold IRA firm in the world gold is booming because gold is really about debts and global debt is a pandemic if you've an IRA or four oh one K. I'll give you my book for free that's right free text gold to four nine seven seven six that's the word goal to four nine seven seven six learn why gold will outperform pumped up stocks from this point forward turn your IRA into wealth growth machine text the word gold to four nine seven seven six it's time to stop being crazy text gold to four nine seven seven six health officials in several states are reporting spikes in the number of covert nineteen cases South Carolina health officials say it seems people are not taking safety precautions seriously after being allowed to resume activities like eating out celebrating graduations and going to stores for work the state says people need to take responsibility for themselves and wear masks and observe social distancing it's the same story in Arizona with nearly a thousand new cases two weeks after virus restrictions were lifted there and Utah is averaging about two hundred new cases a day Harvard University epidemiologist William Hammett says these numbers don't count likely exposures from mass protests around the country you're not going to notice the consequences until people falling ill the getting counted in a few weeks hi Jackie Quinn news and analysis at town hall dot com I'm Keith Peters in Washington the family of missing British girl Madeleine McCann would like further details in the case after a key suspect is identified in Germany family spokesman Clarence Mitchell thinks the something different this time British and German authorities haven't named the suspect but say he is forty three I'm currently in prison in Germany for another crime and that he was in and around the prod the loose resort area in Portugal at the time of Madeleine McCann's disappearance Mitchell says in more than fifteen years he can't recall the police being so specific about that individual but in a further development a German prosecutor says investigators are operating on the assumption that makan three at the time of her disappearance is dead Charles the live this month London that development though Graham raised hopes that the missus the mystery surrounding the disappearance of the.

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"As the first in a series of memorial services for George Floyd continues to Minneapolis this hour so do the protests in DC where tonight Meriel Bowser says there will not be a curfew in place police chief Peter Newsham says when it comes to last night there were zero arrests associated with the peaceful demonstrations that we had here in our city there was no damage to MPD property there was no MPD injuries at the same time Attorney General William Barr says that foreign interest in agitators affiliated with groups like antifa have sought to widen divisions in US society in detail what happened to some members of law enforcement here in DC when the protests became violent there are a hundred and fourteen injuries to law enforcement most of those federal agents and most of those inflicted right around the White House there were twenty two hospitalizations and most of those were serious head injuries our sponsors by law enforcement authorities in the here in DC and in flint Michigan to protest over the killing of George Floyd illustrated starkly contrasting sheriff Chris Swanson of Michigan's Janice he county says his community has been impacted by days of peaceful demonstrations and conversations between police and protesters George flori changed American policing forever and by that the message is now grown to a nation banking for unity and healing it was the tipping point that I have seen I knew this hour a judge now setting bail at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars each for the three fired Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the killing of George Floyd told how Thomas lane and J. Alexander Craig made their first appearance in Hennepin county District Court the Minneapolis police department fire them last week along with their children who is charged with second degree murder and second degree manslaughter in Floyd's death in other news this afternoon Virginia governor Ralph Northam ordering the towering statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee to be taken down as soon as possible yes that statue has been there for a long time but it was wrong then and it is wrong now so we're taking it day governor Northam says the statue is a symbol of oppression black oppression has always existed in this country just in different forms nor the matting so it's time to acknowledge the reality of institutional racism even if you can't see it Virginia state Senate Republicans say they condemn racism but are you taking the statue down will further divide not unite Virginians barber Brett W. one male in W. one A. L. dot com the casino coronavirus closure has ended cards feeling being dulled dice are rolling slot machines flashing for the first customers who started gambling again early today in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada hotel casinos in downtown and suburban Las Vegas for the first open just after midnight followed later in the morning by a restart of the iconic velocity fountain and several resorts on the strip checking your money this hour the Dow right now down eighty three points the S. and P. five hundred down eighteen the nasdaq down AT WMAL traffic and weather next I've got a lot of audio.

Zach Burks: Adoption On The Way Through Non-Fungible Tokens

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

11:26 min | 1 year ago

Zach Burks: Adoption On The Way Through Non-Fungible Tokens

"ZAC. Books is the founder of mine table up with me today from Singapore might thank you so much being on the show. Amen Thank you. I appreciate it. I worry as we look those starving first of all your background because I know that this isn't the first thing that you've involved in the spice. When did you get in and if you could take a walk through as to what it is Brought you to this point. Yes so sorry on the nights of read that wrong of putting in the mental mental. Like you could amid stuff so it. `Bout about my background. I've been in Crypto since two thousand twelve got into Bitcoin at about five bucks. It was quite a while ago. Actually think back on it. I can't believe how long it's been And then I got. I got into software development and started working as a contract developer on Syria. Back in late. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen And make a long story short. Basically did that for a bit and I saw This Erc seven twenty one standard. Come out and this came out along after the first. Nf she did the scene and the first NAFTA was this thing called crypto and I remember seeing these crypto punks and thinking about like. Oh that's cool. It's like a little Avatar and there were limited. There's about five hundred or some small now and you can go through pick whichever one you wanted and then claim them and about a week short and Like I found a week after it came out so there were none left that I liked that. I wanted to claim so I never thought that was the first example of a non fungible token on the botching and when I found that it piqued my interest. A little bit still fairly new. We didn't call. Non fungible tokens at that point. It was just kind of this. Avatar project Then this game came out called Crypto kitties and. I'm sure a lot of people familiar when it gets enough. Keys and Crypto kitties and funny funny enough story. I was Actually the first person to make money on Crypto kitties because at the Hackett on a day war but they came out. The idea was kind of like earth out of Day were live streaming and I was washing California and they said hey could game go to like Beta dot dot com or whatever and So I'm sitting home and I'm being a while a game on. We've never seen this before. I WanNa play SAR win. Sort OF PLAYING THE GAME. And there's only like twenty other people because you know. It was at a hacker on everyone's busy accurate and work in their own project. I was just seeing their home. Spamming the spamming over and over in Taiwan and I went to the prizes and Benny the founder. I was trying to claim my eat surprise. Who was like? Oh Man. I'm so happy Wendish. Were you out in the heck. Come down to the booth by the balloons and we'll chat. I'll shake your hand and I am in California right now and He he wasn't too excited about that because this is in Canada's or their Akhavan was and that was how he's GonNa hit the scene and that's how I really got up close and personal in a teasing from that point forward All my focus was on. Nf T- From Development to research to the ecosystem I have a paper published with the I. Tripoli on using our contracts blockchain teased out Within a supply chain for food traceability and and so since Krypton kitties really been focused our MP's and came up with the idea for miserable because that's all there was a lot of problems with impedes Mainly like you know managing those entities for example. You know if you go to your wallet with your ears. He Twenty Tokens. It's very simple for you to transfer them rides. It's made for that but The Wall it's you know at the time warp made for an keyser's only like one wall at the at collectibles on their We made a manager which leads any wall interact with their NFC's and work on most the NFC is out there as long as they're not like to custom Just like ears twenty two and that was the start of of something groups a little bit of background. So you've been around I mean that's that's remarkable blind. Bitcoin BECCA five dollars. We'll donahue you bought a bunch beheld. Yeah well unfortunately of course you know back when it was five dollars. No-one held it. We bought it to to spend it. Yes I spent a lot apply spent about About one hundred. Fifty Bitcoin Buying things that I probably shouldn't have and looking back on that now thinking somewhere around three four seven million dollars about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars And slapped my head thinking wow. I can't believe I've spent that much twenty on the stupid things I've thought but I kept a bit and it's a it's been good. I've been able to live and work on my own projects. I haven't had a job for quite a few years now and So it's been next. Well well done so. Let's back into that and if you will because I'm hearing a lot more about it than an inmate. I mean I think there was the travis and JAL from the bag. Crypt type PODCAST. We're also talking about that recently and suggesting that it was going to be somewhat of a breakthrough and a real sort of rubber hitting the road for twenty twenty. Being non fungible Tokens It seems to be getting a lot of momentum from a lot of people respect. So can you tell me why? So many people talking about non fungible tokens in. And why it's going to be something that's used and something. That trump is going to benefit table and the spice and who will benefit from out so our question. But what is the tree breakthrough here using Non fungible titans. What is it that we're looking at? Yeah and you know back podcast. A great example. I was actually just on a call with Joel yesterday. talk with him about his. Nfc's and seeing how we can help them out and the thing is is this why. It's got the potential to be such a breakthrough adoption building kind of token devices because their use cases for inept. Keys are so massive. It can go from something like a ticket or proof of listening to your podcast. You know for example in this podcast you can say hey go to this. Lincoln claim I N T and if you have you know ten of those in a tease from ten different podcast. I'll give you a free a free class or free less than or access to my course an fifty and accusing him. They'll give you free access to the conference so speaking out or whatnot and so that's just one example of how you take something and it can be modified and changed to fit almost any use case from games to attendance to financial markets Inept he is can be used to be able to take real estate We've seen real estate be used quite a bit within a piece where You know you take. A House is represented in shares in the. House are keys because you gotta you gotTa remember without the difference between the NFC. In years she twenty is that in your she twenty. I can send you have. I can send you a quarter. I can do zero point two size of of any token but with an years. Seven twenty one an nf. Chea- it's non hundred meaning one of the things that can't be divided right so if you think of a trading card like Pokemon or baseball card. I can't give you half of that car. I can't rip it in half and give you half that right if you're thinking of a Cat. I can't give you half of my cat. I can only give you my cat right and this is really cool off of your capital. Absolutely I guess yeah. I would be a very good cat owner. So the thing is is is. This gives us this new kind of functionality where you can take something like shares in a company and you can create you know whether it be financial shares for an actual company or whether it's shares in real estate or whether you do something like say token izing your files and this is what we're working on right now is to allow people to create a file and then have represented on the blockchain. And the reason we do this because you create a cycle of continuous engagement for something that used to be like one time and so we go back to the example of your podcasts by giving. Nfc Insane if you collect Tennessee's Will give you a coupon or we'll give you a discount your free. Something Is Is incentivizing engagement. Where normally it's very hard to get engaged for listeners? Podcasts or for say celine some thoughts or graphic design work Normally people by listen to purchase it and they never go back they never interact with the seller. The podcast stir anyb- but by having enough teas you get dying gauge and this increases the the seller or the podcast persons customer engagement rate and this also increases their revenue increases their profits and ashes one example. It's it's literally endless of the use cases for NFPA's I think one of the most interesting would be you know something like identity or food traceability right so an NF key could also be passed. Or now I don't know if you should necessarily your passport on the blockchain because the public and everyone would be able to see your passport if there was a way to include privacy into this. Nafta then it could be used from like a government agency to issue some sort of identity documentation or could be used to issue a permit saying that you are able to do something or the D. to your house or your driver's license and all of these use cases are really fast. That's why died crypto Joel and Travis. They think the two thousand twenty is going to be the year of the tea and you know we. That's not necessarily new right. Twenty nineteen first of the year of teas. And that's something that mental is working on is. We're we're trying to find these problems that we see in. Why enough keys having gained mass adoption yet? Now we're trying to address. These problems raped. One of the things is Kinda complicated. People think non fungible and make. I'm never I never heard that word until you know until I found the nonfederal tokens and then I had to learn about what that is. Oh a dollar it's fungible You know a a beer bottle. That's not fungible And so that's you know some part of it but the other part of it is the complications of if if you're trying to do a video game item and you're targeting video game players these people they don't. They don't have crypto wallets. They don't WanNA learn about blockchain they don't WanNa know about immutability and how transaction worse they just they just want their scan. It just went. They're done you know they just all whenever I and these are some of the problems that were for example when our when our marketplace Abou- everything will be able to be done with a credit card. If you've never had big corner a theorem and you don't have a wall. It won't

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Pimco ex-CEO sentenced to prison in U.S. college admissions scam: prosecutor

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Pimco ex-CEO sentenced to prison in U.S. college admissions scam: prosecutor

"The former CEO of a major investment company has been sentenced to nine months in prison in the college admissions bribery scandal Douglas Hodge will also have to pay a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar fine and perform five hundred hours of community service prosecutors said hajj paid eight hundred fifty thousand in bribes to get four of his kids into

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Then the check cities never viewed any video footage from the patriots TV production nor has his coaching staff as for if you spoken to the bangles about the incident he said he would leave that between him and the Bengals in Foxborough Mike Reiss ESPN so yes it was conference call audio but we did hear from bill Belichick if you're thinking that I hear that right yeah he was candid but yet still telling of times I will try to become and we all will only I recall the line on the they will be tried in a line and far as we will really not only change their yeah there's a part of that that's gonna catch your gear ESPN insider Dan Graziano with our Ryan Smith I think a lot of people here that and say wait why is he still talking about taking it up against the line but we're not crossing the line but we still try to look for the edge it's that that kind of language I think for many will sound like with the patriots how do they know asking us to believe that this wasn't some sort of spying situation I think that the question that led to that answer reference to the two thousand seven Spygate situation so he's speaking in that context say look maybe there was a time where we played a little more fast and loose with the but we learned our lesson from that and now not only are we not guilty here but we are very very super careful to stay away from that line because we we were burned on it once before that's how I read that quote her that cool because the question leading into it specifically did reference seven so you know let's talk about the league now what will they consider in determining whether something was done wrong or whether this was on the up and up so they'll look at the video and what's on it will help determine what happens if the video just shows like look they have an advance scout right and so the Vance got a family that's got I'm sitting here and I'm looking at the field and the video cruise over my shoulder showing me look at the field and there's there's a background shot of the bangles sideline that's probably pretty innocent right but if they're if they're locked in on the bangles sideline a close up for like twenty minutes and then and then you can say all this could be used for this purpose that is illegal and then if you believe you have to do a further investigation find out if there was communication between the football staff in the video staffer whether it really is a misunderstanding as they're saying so I think that'll determine what's what actually the video shows will determine what the next step the league feels it does or doesn't have to take I want to ask about something else not been Adams of progression wrote a piece back in two thousand fifteen about the two thousand seven incident one thing they talked about was that patriots he talked about how the patriots back then used to sort of perpetuate this scheme is fine patriots videographers were told to look like media members table for their team logos but they don't want to say videographers were also provided with excuses for what to tell NFL security a fast what they were doing tell them you're filming the quarterbacks in the kickers or footage for eighteen show now this is from back in two thousand fifteen but when you hear that what do you make of this as it applies to perhaps this situation it's a situation where everybody goes to their corner right the patriots fans will say all they're out to get us again the non patriots fans will say all their cheating again and you know the absolutes kind of rule the day but I think that doesn't help the problem is like in two thousand seven they were they were found guilty of of doing you know illegal videotaping they were fined seven hundred fifty thousand dollars between coaching team and their doctor first round draft pick those with the consequences but the additional consequence was forfeiture of benefit of the doubt so now when this comes up there with the patriots again well they've done this before how can we assume they're not guilty so they they've been very aggressive obviously put the statement out Belichick is done a lot of media and answered questions a lot more thoroughly in directly on this topic then he does on the usual once he gets so there are plenty of reasons to believe that they're telling the truth and and and partly because the Browns credentialed I mean like everything was on the up and up they were trying to sneak and it's not like they snuck somebody into the stands of the video camera right they they told the Browns they were coming and they got licensed and and credential to come so there's there's reason to believe that but again there there is history and there are people that are going to be suspicious because of that history and reports coming out there was some extended footage of the bangles sideline in that video that was confiscated over the weekend in situations in the hands of the NFL triple digits in college basketball for one player for general night the T. 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TI's Wife 'Tiny' Has $750,000 Worth Of Jewelry Stolen From Her Lamborghini

Fred and Angi

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

TI's Wife 'Tiny' Has $750,000 Worth Of Jewelry Stolen From Her Lamborghini

"More than seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of jewelry was stolen from TI wife's tiny car Sunday night in Atlanta so tiny was having drinks with friends at a bar and she returned to her Lamborghini around nine forty five and noticed her bag was missing the stolen items included watches earrings and her wedding ring does this not sound fishy to you who is leaving like their wedding ring seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of jewelry boxes though sometimes like people like these celebrities to travel in your hotel room is a million dollars with the just what do you do like an insurance scam to me flag

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Northern California judge in warehouse party fire trial holds two jurors in contempt for discussing case outside court

Richard Eeds

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Northern California judge in warehouse party fire trial holds two jurors in contempt for discussing case outside court

"Secure is in northern California will re try the man accused in the deaths of thirty six people in an artist warehouse fire three of the original jurors were replaced by alternates ten days into deliberations the jury had to start all over again then that jury acquitted one of the defendants but was deadlocked on warehouse manager Derek Almena the judge declared a mistrial last month well this all began December second two thousand sixteen with a fire in the so called ghost ship warehouse where a group of artists lived where parties were thrown thirty six died in that fire now prosecutors in Alameda county say they will retry Elmina who remains jailed on seven hundred fifty thousand dollars bail a new trial is expected to begin in

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Fort road highway six exit forty four and then there's construction ahead of that and the right lane out past Lee wrote the trouble of ninety five north of hall county jail with exit games all next on ninety five what by W. S. V. as huge fire continues to burn in Calhoun the thirty thousand square foot factory went up in flames just before one thirty Friday morning and lit up the sky the city of Calhoun's deputy fire chief tells me that he's of chemicals inside the factory are extremely flammable school is canceled city wide for the day to make sure students and staff were not affected by the chemicals in the air ten workers were inside of the plant when the fire began one person was injured. that's W. S. B.'s Michelle Wright reporting city council in one north Georgia town making a last minute changes to its walleyes hoping to head off problems with a rally planned for tomorrow in an emergency meeting that along like a city council passed to new ordinances to increase the oversight for public demonstrations including containing them to a certain area and prohibiting drums for events unless prior approval given G. B. I. director Vic Reynolds tells me he'll be among the hundreds of extra law enforcement on hand for the event folks exercise their constitutional rights to both protests and counter protests but hopefully they'll do it as they should and that's not following the law one to three PM rally promoted by white nationalist groups is expected to drop protesters including anti fat center parish ninety five point five W. by space local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B.'s depend on it frequent delta flyer she try to rack up those sky miles you know by hook or by crook in this case authorities say manage Chicago scam forty two million sky bonus points one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth by listing is customers miles as his own businesses miles travel agent can ninety Podole ski is charged with wire fraud third rate George is a thirty three point favorite tomorrow when the dogs host Arkansas state yes U. G. A. is an enormous favorite but coach Kirby smart doesn't have to work hard to sell this opponent one of the better teams in the Sun Belt conference the tape speaks for itself this week this is a really good football team what makes them a good football team is how they throw it they have a system that they understand and they run it really will they get the best situation in most plays a state is worn wanted let its conference in passing the last three years well more Bayless is started a nation and receiving our pregame coverage starts at eight AM tomorrow kick off between the hedges at noon J. black ninety five point five W. S. but Ford recalling more than three hundred thousand twenty seventeen Ford explorers because of a sharp seat frame Adger been thirty one reports of hand injuries across the country because.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To the regular show that you're having a fabulous Labor Day weekend I got a really fascinating email from Lucy and I want to share with you because Lucy writes to me Rick I've had some really bad experiences with several real estate agents when I was trying to sell my home one agent told me to leave my home alarm system off during the entire listing period he also put my cell phone number on the MLS listings all I had to take all the request for showings another agent left all the doors unlocked so now I can't leave my house for any of the showings another agent told me that she would vet viewers what she hasn't done that and a con man showed up after hours that agent isn't even asking buyers if they have a mortgage pre approval letter and then I got an agent who doesn't even control who's in my house one person brokers soon fan another turn the vines which is up on every other come speaker in the house the doors and screams were left open for long periods and got in the house please warn others wreck about how real estate agents can cause huge risks for sellers well listen when the thank you so much for your letter and I can understand your being so upset I'm wondering if everybody listening to me on the show might have a little bit of a different take here is it possible I wonder that Lucy didn't do any due diligence before hiring these real estate agents I agree Lucy these sound like quite unprofessional unskilled individuals but to what degree did you check their references did you talk to other clients and customers of there's about their experiences it's always helpful to do that because how they work with prior clients is a good indication of how they're likely to do for you I'm Rick Adelman you're listening to the truth about money let's now go take a telephone call heading off to Bethesda Maryland Patrick's with us on the air raid on Patrick great thanks for taking my call wrecked my pleasure how can I help so I recently met with some financial advisors from a large firm arranged by my employer and in a question or concern about what they had suggested our conversation one of the advisors suggested that I might be a good candidate for a quote unquote shield that was described to me as an annuity based on what he called an index fund chassis which I didn't really understands the way it was described was that the advantage is that there are literally no fees and the fun would protect me or make me whole he said if the market declines by up to ten percent which he for referred to as a shield hand but it also would cap my gains of up after a certain point but yeah I don't think you specified what that point was in their suggestion was that might be a good idea to move funds from my T. S. P. which is about half of my retirement portfolio of around seven hundred fifty thousand dollars into this type of a product so I think I've heard you talk about something like this before and I just wanted to know if that would make any sense or should I head for the hills or is there any reason why I would want to move TST fun somewhere other than the TST yeah I think you're absolutely right that you want to head for the hills with the sales pitch this is a convoluted jargon filled manipulative description of a very basic product he's describing an annuity and he didn't want to say that he didn't want to call it just an annuity because annuities have a bad reputation and rightly so and so he gave you all kinds of jargon that was designed to Bamboozle you an index fund chassis I don't even know what the heck that is a shield I mean this is that what what is this book the marvels I mean it is is this the Avengers I I don't even know what the the guys talking about the bottom line is this he's giving you a very bizarre poorly formed explanation of a very basic product a product that has significant negative attributes in my view first the product does indeed shield you from stock market losses will serve as a bank CD you know the the fact that it's not invested in stocks that's why you're shielded from them and because you're not invested in stocks you're not going to get the returns of the stock market as he mentioned to you there's a cap on the maximum amount of money that this product is going to provide you at any given moment here's the craziest part of the whole thing your money is currently in a retirement account you work for the federal government and you have your money in the federal thrift savings plan the money invested there is at the moment completely tax deferred meaning you don't pay any taxes on the money in your thrift account until you withdraw the money in retirement and the thrift account is the cheapest retirement account in the country by virtue of the fact it's offered by the federal government costs are extraordinarily low there no lower anywhere else in the financial market place you know the number one benefit of an annuity is I have no idea tax deferral when you put money into a mutual fund you have to pay taxes every year on the profits but if you put money into an annuity the profits are tax deferred until withdrawal does that sound familiar tax deferred until withdrawal sure it's the same thing as your first account other words taking the money out of a first account which is tax deferred until withdrawal to move it into an annuity which is tax deferred until withdrawal isn't giving you any benefit but what you are doing is generating massive new levels of fees which is the most astonishing part of his entire sales pitch when he said to you there virtually no cost he's not require new reserves with expenses how do you think he's earning the ten percent commission he's going to get when you buy this thing where is that ten percent coming from hint so I think you're absolutely right he's not offering you any particular arguments that would encourage me to say yes it's a great idea and you really ought to go do it but I want to go backwards a little bit you work for the federal government yes I did I don't anymore and you said that this meeting was set up via your employer my current employer that's correct your current employer different from the federal government not a not a government agent so let me get this straight so you used to work for the federal government right that's correct you now work for a private employer correct and the private employer set up a meeting with employees and this financial adviser that's correct and this financial advisor let me gas works for an insurance company yes that's correct and in the course of this retirement planning seminar suggested that you take the money from your retirement plan at the federal government and rolled over to the cenote product that's correct hi eve you should go to your employer on Monday and tell whoever it was probably the HR department tell them that you spoke to me and I told you to tell them that they need to do a much better job at vetting the people that they permit into the company to solicit employees with really bad advice that is filled with conflict of interest lack of disclosure and fundamentally not serving the employees best interests that is exactly what I thought because I don't think your boss realizes what's going on I don't think they realize that they just open to the hen house and invited the fox inside well I don't think our HR department are necessarily financial experts with you on that yeah that's the point was that they didn't do this maliciously they were trying hard to provide their workers with helpful financial info and they didn't realize that the person that they were inviting in isn't an objective fee based financial adviser doesn't have a reputation as a financial educator and instead was inviting a mutual fund salesman or in this case they were inviting annuity salesman to come in and make an annuity sales pitch to their workers that's not what I think your employer had in mind when they set this meeting up I'm sure they didn't so they'd be happy to hear the feedback that you'll provide to them because they want to do a better job and here's the exciting part employers are more and more devoted to the.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Every time yes every single time it's like we live in a and of course harking hopeful to go out to each and every family individual that it happened so because it's something that a single song ever for day or be prepared for you know so so hopefully we can be an example for them so now you know there are others like you and you can hear on right we're here today to try to find a solution this causes reading it is with the trailer for the movie cats is out there I'm so looking forward to seeing you in that are you your are you done shooting that is that it is this number December twenty seventh yes it's coming up Grizabella want to do it was a lot of fun it was the probably the most common experience of it he started work on the recent movie I am currently in pre production for the reserve IOP is well it is yet another project that's probably the biggest my life but I'm taking a hit on and I'm every bit of my heart yeah the read the movie's going to be amazing when that comes out is amazing she really is yeah I had given a lot of credit I mean a lot of people when they go through a tragedy like that three members of the family are murdered in one day yeah I would be easy to you know just stay up late directly out completely derail the of turned in some some else but awaiting the markets just opened the Dow the nasdaq and the S. and P. are all up no good they're all here by the Woodstock performers earned a bunch of money fifty years ago today right they all got rich you know what what they value they actually did not it's so interesting when you think about the artists today to do concert a big concert you get a million dollars seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in a severe all it's somewhere in that neighborhood of four Woodstock which started fifty years ago today the Woodstock festivals anniversaries today of the the person who made the most.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The national western center, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to spend on art city of Denver now, looking to commission, an artist or team of artists to design the plaza area and create public artwork for the new national western center applications are due to fifteenth Rockies go for a series sweep against the Diamondbacks this afternoon in Arizona coverage starts o'clock first pitch at one forty updates at twelve thirty. I'm Susan Witkin. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Let's get something clear view may be competing to be the next account executive at heart media. What this is not a. TV game show. There's no turning chairs. No, save rounds. No snarky British guys, we don't even need this dramatic music. But this is a fierce competition, where thinking on your feet, and your ability to sell can earn you spot in the country's largest, multimedia and marketing company, I heart media. If you're up to the challenge, go to calm rock with us, d c dot com. That's come rock with us, d c dot com. Bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at progress, health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Bluecross blueshield companies dot net. Installs commercial networks for homes hotels, schools, churches and businesses. They work with all I s peace and they will work with existing IT or av integrators for a seamless solution. Visit their website. Why find that works dot net? That's WI fi that works out net or call them now, three zero three eight zero zero five eight two for a free site survey. Call. Now, three zero three eight zero zero five eight two three zero three eight zero zero five five eight two premier public shooting range and easy dry from anywhere and no reservations necessary, Colorado, Claes dot com. The iheartradio app. Now has over a quarter million of the best podcast from around the globe, making us number one for podcasts, but making it super easy for you to find what you're looking for dive into just about anything comedy crime curiosity and other things that don't start with C. Plus, once you find your podcast easily follow for updates and said podcast to auto download the latest episodes to your phone so you can listen anytime even with no connection. And of course, it's all free your your stations and now number one podcast. Cannon, stay up to date the first thing in the morning in pretty much all day on iheartradio..

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Q95

"Didn't have here comes the bride all fat and wide fat. Got in. Said she left. Fat and wide. What's the punchline? Yeah. I remember that may have been all I ever heard. So it was that's how you got trained in joke telling the setup. Premise. Yeah. Heckel? I have the lyrics. Oh, how does it? Go. Fatten wide. Well, the meantime, while you're doing that while you're looking this up here comes the groom skinny as a broom. That's right. I remember. Yeah. Yeah. And then what that was it. Yeah. You know, it doesn't finish the swinging for the fences. I think. Turtle down came the girdle. Then you're and then the verse. Outcomes stink. Larry that fix is. The only one that has like a full story stinks noun. That's how bad the stink is what I think. Okay. Think we could move on here, by the way. Good. Coming up. I found something rather interesting. Let me get that. Hello, Bob and Tom show. Movie. The Empire Strikes back is expected to bring in anywhere from one to two million dollars. When it goes up for auction later this week not to be outdone the gold bikini that Carrie Fisher war and the return of the jet. I is expected to bring in around seven hundred fifty thousand dollars at the auction. Prior to the actual sale. The auction house plans on generating a healthy some by offering prospective buyers following. You wanna take a big old with a prisoner? But Dini bottoms. In other.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"They're asking for seven hundred fifty thousand dollars how much money Barbara. Do. You think that the critical role Kickstarter has raised? They've asked for seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars two point four million dollars point four million dollars because laser team raised two point five. Yeah. Right. Instead a record. You would be wrong. The critical role Kickstarter has raised with a little ten days ago at this point whole ninety two dollars. Oh, my God nine point two million dollars. That is incredible congratulations to them. That's why if I made like take a moment to say audience, which raised two point five million dollars. The fuck is wrong with you by this. We launch Kickstarter just to throw their Kickstarter like the only goal. Critic yourself two point five million dollars. Wow. Oh, next time. You will really learn from this. Fucking billion dollars. Congrats them in. That's going to be great craft role has like this incredibly like dedicated audience. I will be honest. I haven't ever listened to it ever. And I gotta start now. Because clearly people get caught up before the enemy to show comes out. Yeah. To fucking crazy. Did they have any on like how many episodes or where to be released or anything like that? I haven't really read through a lot of it. I do love Kickstarter crowdfunding stuff. But it's been awhile since I've been involved with it from what I understand. In the in the chatting, I'm poor identity. The second child Kennett chat said. They're not telling the critical role deeds that they're poor come on. What's petition you yourself? But they have run through like every possible stretch goal at this point on Fisher. I need to look it up. But I think I heard that they've said like stop no more stretch goals were like still gives us money, but just make no I'm sure they're not seeing that you can like there's just no more incentive. But if you want to donate to the show, I'm sure you still can't they're probably saying no more goals to put it in perspective to like spider verse. From what I understand they spent ninety million dollars. Wow. On that movie. How many years oh gosh. I don't know five is still an hour and a half movie. Yeah. Two hours two hours. So that's the thing. It's like sure the people critical role they asked for seven hundred fifty thousand dollars people always get stuck on this crowdfunding. It's like that they only needed seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, but it is production..

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And reinvest it and get my information every day. And all I ask is once a week you give us a small tip. You treat us like we already good bartender or good waiter. We have hundreds of thousands of clients that tip us every week. We have about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars coming in here this weekend. And the reason why is we made money for our clients last week. We at Texas Tech, plus eleven beating Gonzaga outright, seventy five to sixty nine Gonzaga was a five point dog. Texas Tech beat them seventy five sixty nine. We had all burn beating Kentucky. Now, if you look at the lines on the games both lines were off by ten points more. So people saying, well, these games are tight or not. If you know, the right games the lines. You're not tight if you took Auburn my you won the game. And you won the game by ten and a half points above the spread against Kentucky. If you took Texas Tech, plus eleven Kananga was given five you won the game seventy five to sixty nine you covered the spread by more than ten points. And we've got a situation this weekend. Where both games on Saturday that I'm giving away free will win by ten..

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Based on Google searches social media following endorsements. As ranked number thirty four in the world. That's two slots behind Tom Brady, and that's higher than any other boxer active in the sport today. He is bona fide superstar there is no question. We talk a little bit about this fight. A brief comment about how we got here today. You know, some things that maybe Deontay won't say, but I will say. You know, it seems that over the last few months everyone thinks they knows they know what's best for the team should take this deal. He shouldn't take that deal. But there's really only one person our world has all the info knows all the factors. Those all the consideration position to make that say that's the and what people failed to appreciate. But the failed to take into account. Is that Dante knows what he wants in. What's important in one thing that he used very highly is independence. He's not beholding to anyone. He doesn't answer to anyone not to promoter not to network. No. He is an entrepreneur bets on himself all the Greek champion tax sugary, Leonard. Mike Tyson Floyd Mayweather, they all bet on themselves the ultimate control their careers in an independent way, the took risks and they had rate financial success rate professional success because of that and with that comes criticism when Floyd out his contract from top rank seven hundred fifty thousand dollars.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Two-time champion mind you biscuits, retired promises. Fulfilled X Y jets back. I was looking Lor king. From from Dubai was posted some stuff on Twitter this morning Lord as a fantastic job over. There was looking at some of the probables not a very strong American contingent. In the turf races. But pretty solid continued in the dirt races and X Y x exploit jets took and taking some tough beats there. And. Yeah, I mean, I think the out a a great point you'd he's got that controlling speed that you know, he's shown he could be a little tactical as well. He's just a nice horse promises fulfilled. So be interested as big pot two of to make your return be able to knock down over a million people say, oh, well, it knocks you out for three or four months. Yeah. You know, what I take down a million and a half you can be knocked out for a month to. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's a fair assessment. I'm a little surprised. He hasn't had a prep race the horses that go there and win. They usually have raised at least once during the earth. It's a tough place to come back. Best sources in the world. You'd better be ready. So yeah, I don't disagree proper always be beneficial. But. Pack if you're gonna take a shot think shop for two and a half mil right? So. Eighty eight nine six six four seven seven six your only stop on the Kentucky Derby trail this weekend is down at Oaklawn park, and Tom from Delmore opened the show talking about it. A little expound on a little bit. So when when when Santa Nita cancelled racing indefinitely and canceled the San Felipe bay in the process. Folks at Oakland said look if we get twenty horses, we'll split it. Let some more money half a million to be exact and along the lines with the Kentucky every point system and Churchill Downs. The money kind of acquaintance that points, the percentage of the personally so a one million dollar purse for the rebel went to to seven hundred fifty thousand dollar purses for the rebels nine horse field and race eight ten Horsfield in race ten and thirty seven and a half points to the winner. Judy more than enough to get yourself into the starting gate on the first Saturday. Yeah. Well, it it was very generous of Oakland parks management to put up a half million dollars and get this done. It's interesting concept to be done so late in the game. So to speak, and but everybody gathered around in embrace the idea, and I was surprised that there weren't any detractors that. I saw did you see anybody complain about this. I did actually I've seen some people complain that we will being deprived a battle between improbable and game winner. Because now with the with the entry rules with the system when you have two horses in a race that is definitively going to be split definitely gonna be split. They get broken up. So it went from having what people feel was a competitive renewal to to renewals dominated respectively by improbable run on the first one and game winner who runs the second one. That's the only. Complaint. I've really seen and look, Oaklawn park. Obviously helped out greatly. But they're gonna benefit from this to you gotta remember this up until a few years ago. The bluegrass was run on the same day as the Arkansas derby giving owners and trainers to chances to options to run three weeks out from the derby. They're the only game in town. Now, I know there's some points of Keeneland in Lexington. But certainly not enough if you need to make a splash and get a real real number of a hundred fifty two the first one hundred forty I believe to the first and second place finishes respectively in the in the final round the preps. But you know, it puts you on course to you. If you run in these in these rebels, and you wanna stay the course unless you wanna come back in three weeks after the rebel..

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U.S. fines American Airlines, Delta for long tarmac delays

Ron St. Pierre

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. fines American Airlines, Delta for long tarmac delays

"Two of America's biggest airline's got wacked with big fines for leaving passengers and planes that were stuck on the airport. Tarmacs? Here's Jill NATO with more. American Airlines fined one million dollars delta find seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for keeping passengers stuck on the airport tarmac. The fines kick in when a domestic flight stays on the ground for more than three hours or four hours for international trips. The department of transportation says Americans getting fined for violating the tarmac delay rule. Thirteen. Eighteen times. Delta violated the rule eleven times. But the airlines won't have to pay the

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"What's the best way to avoid paying taxes on your social security? What's the best way to avoid paying Medicare premium taxes? Something very few advisors talk about people. Does it make sense for you to do a Roth where review your insurance policies will review your annuities? If you have them, and again, we'll go through each and every one of your portfolios and your investments. To make sure you don't have a lot of overlap in there. And you know, what you're real cost? Are it is a comprehensive plan in review? And we're basically, you know, really just going to sit down and get another set of eyes to take a look at you know, what I call the stuff, and we're going to go through that would pie with everybody to make sure nothing's unturned and to give them a really good picture of exactly where they are right now. That's a great way to look at it. Just knowing exactly where you are just like if you have to go to address that you've never been to before knowing exactly where you're going no-one where you're headed knowing what road you're going to be on. What path you need to take to make sure you get to that destination of that successful retirement. You've always hoped and dreamed about that's the kind of picture you'll get with a CPR nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen the comprehensive planning review made complimentary for seven listeners on the show nine hundred ninety five dollars value. But not for you. Because we appreciate you listening. And spending time with us this weekend nine one nine eight five to twelve fifteen. It's nine one nine eight five two one two one five seven hundred fifty thousand dollars..

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You're paid for seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of real estate at sixty years old can. The twenty four year old version of you. That's listening still do this. Absolutely. You can't be buying new cars and the latest greatest ipod or iphone under you. You know, you start getting and all that stuff. Man. You just saw your money ways will pass out. My started doing that. He can't do it. But if you save a little bit each each pay period, you can do it. And it's hard when you're young. I know that. When did you start saving? How old were you? Probably twenty six. What made you do that since you came from a family that didn't have money? What made you decide to start at twenty six years old? Well, we decided to start planning for retirement. And and I it was it was probably in my when I was thirty five or forty. I don't know how long you been doing. It seems like it was maybe forty when we took your class and me, and my wife has tried to have a budget, and we've used all dollar over the years. And. We we have just tried to stay out of debt and not pay interest on stuff. So you you went to financial peace twenty years ago. It seems like it was that far. Could've been could've been. I mean, we've been doing it twenty five years. So that's very possible. Yeah. It was it was that's how about when it was. Yeah. Okay. All right, cool. And so really you're you're twenty years. The other side of your are fifteen years the outside of your debt free scream, and this is where we're sitting. So you're you're walking proof text for a sound pretty cool. Very interesting. All right. And so what was the biggest financial mistake you've ever made in your life? Well, I think it's probably not saving as much I should saved more. And I've I've never used any my my retirement money for anything. But retirement, I know a lot of my friends have been tempted to our they've gone and used it for something. They get in a crunch. They use it. And what did you say? What the biggest mistake? Yes. Yes. Not not saving enough. Yeah. Okay. I would say that's probably the biggest one. Too much. Okay. Eating out. So theme here. Okay. I love it. Very cool. Well, Robert, thank you for calling in and sharing your millionaire story, we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's number one bestseller, everyday millionaires and a copy of the legacy journey for you to say, thank you Allen is with us in Chicago. Hey, Alan, what's your net worth five point five million. And by the way, this is great honor. Well, we're honored to have you, sir. That's a bunch. You did. Well, so give me a little break down on that. How much of that is in what kind of categories? Well, it's not counting our house, but the five point five million is comprised of role over IRA traditional IRA Roth IRAs a couple of as 4._0._1._K ATS Unibond Sohn's municipal, bonds and mutual funds. So all of that all the five point five is that. Okay. And then use your non-qualified and your homes paid for. Don't wait. It's of course. Okay. And what's it worth? Oh, I don't know. Between seven fifty eight fifty. Okay. So that puts you like it realistically at about six six three me NetWorth, right? Nah. Nah. That's probably about right? All right. How old are you? Fifty nine. All right. You're done. Very well, brother. Good job so much of this. Dave. And I mean, I wish I was like you. So how much you're six million dollars so much much of this? Did you inherit nothing zero five point five million? Okay, should say I inherited five thousand dollars my first year of college, and I inherited another hundred thousand dollars after a millionaire. I mean, yeah. So you're not millionaire because you're not a millionaire because of inheritance so give me your household range of income top year in best year and moisture I started out at twenty four thousand four hundred and I thought it might have been more meaningful for your listeners might average salary for the first fifteen years was about seventy thousand dollars. I just the calculations and I was a millionaire by forty. Okay. So I thought it's significant because it shows you can build up blouse even though seventy thousand a year. Yeah. Got. Yeah. You got the first million out of the way. But what do you make nowadays? Two hundred two fifty dot you good for you. What do you do for a living? Securities attorney. Okay. Excellent. So you got a law degree, obviously, I do and what was your in-laws school on law school? I you know, what I don't remember. It was about the top third of the class law school and undergraduate was in business administration. And it was about a three point three out of four upscale. Okay. And what part does giving play in your financial plan. My wife, and I are in the process of setting up a five a one c three organization for funding disadvantaged high school students to allow them to do.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of real estate at sixty years old can. The twenty four year old version of you. That's listening still do this. Absolutely. You just you can't be buying new cars. The latest mood is greatest Potter iphone on her. You know, you start getting all that stuff nine you still your money ways. We'll pass it eat out constantly you start doing that. You can't do it. But if you say a little bit each each pay period, you can do it. And it's hard when you're young. I know that. When did you start saving? How old were you? Probably twenty six what made you do that since you came from a family that didn't have money. What made you decide to start at twenty six years old? Well, we just had to start planning for retirement. And and I you know, we it was it was probably my third when I was thirty five forty. I don't know how long you've been doing. It seems like maybe forty when I we took your class and me, and my wife has tried to have a budget, and we've used all over the years, and you know, we we have just tried to stay out of debt and not pay interest on stuff. So you you went to financial peace twenty years ago. It seems like it was that far what could've been could've been. I mean, we've been doing it twenty five years. So that's very possible. Then. Yeah. It was it was that's about when it was. Yeah. Okay. All right, cool. And so really you're you're twenty years. The other side of your are fifteen years out of your debt free scream, and this is where we're sitting. So you're walking proof text for sham. Pretty cool. Very interesting. All right. And so what was the biggest financial mistake you've ever made in your life? Well, I think it's probably not saving as my. I should've saved more. And I've I've never used any my my retirement money for anything. But retirement, I know a lot of my friends have been tempted to our they've gone in used it for something. They get in a crunch and they use it. And did you say what the biggest mistake? Yes. Yes. Not not saving enough now. I would say that's probably the biggest one say. Much. Okay. Eating out. So theme here. Okay. I love it. Very cool. Well, Robert, thank you for calling in and sharing your millionaire story, we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's number one bestseller, everyday millionaires and a copy of the legacy journey for you to say, thank you Allan is with us in Chicago. Hey, Alan, what's your net worth. Five point five million day. And by the way, this is great honour. Well, we're honored a heavy, sir. That's a bunch. You did. Well, so give me a little break down on that. How much of that is in what kind of categories? Well, it's not counting our house, but the five twenty five million is comprised of role over IRA traditional IRA Roth IRAs a couple of the as four one K ATS some union funds municipal bonds and usual funds. So all of that all the five point five is that. Okay. And the news your non-qualified in your homes paid for. Oh, it is. Of course. Okay. And what's it worth? I don't know between seven fifty eight fifty. Okay. So that puts you like it realistically at about six six three me NetWorth right net. Nah. I that's probably about right? All right. How old are you fifty nine? All right. You've done very well, brother. Good job so much of this. Dave. And I mean, I wish I was like you so much six million dollars so much the much of this. Did you inherit? Nothing zero. Now, the five point five million. Okay. I should say I inherited five thousand dollars my first year of college, and I inherited another hundred thousand dollars after millionaire. I mean, yeah. So you're not you're not a millionaire because of inheritance. So give me your right household range of income top year in best year. And we're here. I started out at twenty four thousand four hundred..

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Ghirardelli Russell Stover, Jim Ryan ABC And Tim Cook discussed on The Opening Bell

The Opening Bell

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Ghirardelli Russell Stover, Jim Ryan ABC And Tim Cook discussed on The Opening Bell

"Sales of. I phones CEO Tim cook promises. A string of new products and services this year. Chocolate manufacturers Ghirardelli Russell Stover have to pay seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and altered some packaging Petra California. Prosecutors accused the companies of selling certain products in oversized containers, misleading consumers to think they were purchasing more than they actually received. Jim Ryan ABC news.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"But from a tax standpoint, you get a write off or you're gonna receive a write off of the first seven hundred fifty thousand dollars. There's no advantage to pain down the mortgage, in my opinion. At least in the first ten years. Let's. Get your basis set up. So if you're if you're buying for the first time, you've got to get comfortable at this new house payment, if your refinancing, and you're preparing you wanna make sure you're maximizing your tax deductions, you're maximizing your 4._0._1._K contributions, it can make a world of sense, especially and again, we're blessed here in the bay area for the most part we've had up trending real estate market for for as long as I've been in the business. Obviously, we all remember the great recession. I remember nineteen eighty nine when the market was flat for a period of about nine years, but we've always been trending to the upside. If you look at your home, the home starts with being a roof over your head. And if you're able because of a good job situation to ladder your purchases, whether you're going from a condo or duplex to a townhouse to a three bedroom. Two bath to a four bedroom to a five bedroom, and you're able to manage the cash flow take advantage of some tax savings there. Become a landlord another way of building your portfolio cash. It's real estate. It's the stock market. What's the best way that you should be going? Well, again, it's gonna come down to your unique personality, and that's one of the things that separate us over at odonnellfinancialgroup is our strong real estate backgrounds. I've been a real estate broker for a period of time. Now, a mortgage broker understand the ends and outs of buying and selling real estate as well as making sure you get the.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"But from a tax standpoint, you get a write off or you're gonna receive a write off of the first seven hundred fifty thousand dollars. There's no advantage to pain down the mortgage, in my opinion. At least in the first ten years. Let's. Get your basis set up. So if you're if you're buying for the first time, you've got to get comfortable at this new house payment, if your refinancing, and you're preparing you wanna make sure you're maximizing your tax deductions, you're maximizing your 4._0._1._K contributions, it it can make a world of sense, especially and again, we're blessed here in the bay area for the most part we've had up trending real estate market for for as long as I've been in the business. Obviously, we all remember the great recession. I remember nine hundred eighty nine when the market was flat for a period of about nine years, but we've always been trending the upside. If you look at your home, the home starts with being a roof over your head. And if you're able because of a good job situation to ladder your purchases, whether you're going from a condo or duplex to a townhouse to a three bedroom. Two bath to a four bedroom to a five bedroom, and you're able to manage the cash flow take advantage of some tax savings, and there come a landlord another way of building your portfolio cash. It's real estate. It's the stock market. What's the best way that you should be going? Well, again, it's gonna come down to your unique personality, and that's one of the things that separate us over at odonnellfinancialgroup is our strong real estate backgrounds. I've been a real estate broker for a period of time. Now, a a mortgage broker understand the ends and outs of buying and selling real estate as well as making sure you get the right.

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Puerto Rico's power company sees 3rd CEO in 2 weeks

Sean Hannity

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Puerto Rico's power company sees 3rd CEO in 2 weeks

"The island after a devastating hurricane last year said to get new leadership once again more. From FOX's Grenell Scott when Jose Ortiz takes over as CEO Of the Puerto. Rico electric power company next week you'll be. Its third, leader in the last two weeks Ortiz replaces a CEO that, lasted one day after taking the place. Of another who left after four months Ortiz once served on the authorities board he takes over after. Several board members left amid protests over a seven, hundred fifty thousand dollars salary for previous CEO some said it, was too much for an island economy in. A depression for more than a decade Ortiz will earn only a third of that he says rebuilding. The electrical grid and recovering from a multibillion, dollar, debt are top priorities Grenell Scott Fox News, the California Supreme Court blocking a measure that would divide California. Into three states proposition nine would have created three states named California southern California and northern California state supreme court has removed it from the November ballot why now says President Trump was not responding to. A question about Russian meddling when he, answered no to question the exchange happen And this morning during a White House photo op press secretary Sarah Sanders later said. The president was actually indicating he would not be taking any questions meantime Sandra's insisted the White House is working very. Hard to prevent any interference in November's midterm elections show also said Trump has made it very clear. To Russian President Vladimir Putin to stay out. Of United, States elections Americans enjoying national hotdog day any restaurants fast food chains convenience stores. Across the, country offering, juicy discount today on, hotdogs meanwhile a new survey shows mustard chilli relish sauerkraut. Onions..

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four ways that financing a home can allow you to become wealthier

Money Girl

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

four ways that financing a home can allow you to become wealthier

"Total amount of tax you must pay here five expenses that are tax deductible every year that you itemize deductions on your tax return the first is mortgage interest this is deductible on up to seven hundred fifty thousand dollars of debt on a primary or a secondary residence and this is for tax payers who file jointly if you file as a single person you get to deduct interest on three hundred seventy five thousand dollars of debt the second expense is home equity loan interest this is also deductible and it's included in the seven hundred fifty thousand dollar limit that i just mentioned but you have to use this money to buy build or improve your property in order or san francisco were home prices are notoriously high and speaking of high prices and often overlooked benefit of owning a home is that it's a hedge against inflation when you have a fixed rate mortgage that's because you payment is locked in for the term of your loan maybe it's fifteen years or thirty years and that's true no matter what happens to interest rates or what happens in the economy rents well they could increase

Sheriff defiant amid claims he turned jail into his personal piggy bank

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:47 min | 4 years ago

Sheriff defiant amid claims he turned jail into his personal piggy bank

"The identity of the driver who ran through the main gate at travis air force base in northern california on wednesday night fifty one year old havana's kazi was killed when propane tanks in his car burst into flames no other injuries were reported air force and fbi officials have not given a motive for that incident and alabama sheriff was defiant today as he defended his practice of pocketing leftover money from the inmates food budgets it's been legal since nineteen thirty nine some accused him of turning the jail into his personal piggy bank marks rosman questioned him today over the past two weeks me my family my office the citizens have been targets of miscellaneous fake news stories etewa county sheriff todd akin's proud of his jail food these meal trays served to inmates every day this is a jail this is not a bed and breakfast if you use the grandmas fried chicken or an pizza several times a week you're not going to be happy but critics say he is mostly fed and self over the last three years the sheriff's food program has run under budget letting him pocket the leftovers seven hundred fifty thousand dollars all of it tax payer money do you agree that the optics of this are terrible dot yes but i can't i can't change optics more optics last september entra gannett is wife bought this seven hundred forty thousand dollar beach house along alabama's gulf coast because the depression era state law makes alabama sheriff's personally responsible for feeding inmates the performance bonus edrich and gave himself is legal haven't done anything wrong if they if if it's wrong somebody needs to change the law want to give it all to charity so there's no question about it well this is just like anybody that gets out here and works every day and it's in the day if you make a profit is yours for this is public servicer public service is to be the sheriff come with that job and so i'm not gonna make you happy i promise you as the sheriff pockets tax dollars the median income and etta county is forty thousand dollars his bonuses the talk of the county and jeff the running joke is that everyone here now wants to be sheriff marks rosman with pointed questions for the sheriff tonight mark thank you up next on the cbs evening news in american family vacationing in mexico dies under mysterious circumstances wbz news time six forty four will return to the cbs evening news in a moment right now david struggle with the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic.

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Woman restrained after trying to open airplane cabin door during flight

America's Truckin' Network

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Woman restrained after trying to open airplane cabin door during flight

"A passenger restrained on board a flight after allegedly trying to open the main cabin door in flight in these cell phone recording a woman on board can be heard yelling i am god united express flight was en route from san francisco to boise when she according to the airline tried to open the aircraft dory flight she was restrained on board the plane landed in boise and she was met by police and given a mental evaluation alex stone abc news a can't have your cake and eat it can you get there you want investment in the inner city that tournant alan account cincinnati bear john cranleigh says it would be a huge mistake not to put at fc cincinnati stadium in the west stand downtown downtown and it's more convenient for all residents and members of the whole region the infrastructure in the traffic is better a comment off seventy five downtown it's more set up for major constitution like that i believe it will be more exciting to be in the inner city like crosslea field was in the west dan you know a hundred years ago in columbus yesterday ohio attorney general mike dewine the owner of the columbus crew in major league soccer in a lawsuit that he smiling dewine says it's to prevent the team from violating a law passed in the nineties at the cleveland browns move to baltimore for eighteen to give a city six months notice if it's moving and give local people a chance to buy the team the 17yearold accused of killing his roselyne school classmate will be tried as an adult zachary welsh is facing charges of murder aggravated robbery and tampering with evidence in the death of 18yearold austin hensley during a january robbery whilst told investigators he was pistolwhipping hensley in the head when the gun went off sending a bullet into the victim's head a judge said welsh bond at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars next of butler county jury will consider whether or not to indict welsh melissa neely newsradio 700 wlw how much wiggly wedding costs judiciary what are the priority items that you should may be be concerned about leaving up to the big day on average aid costs around thirty three thousand dollars to get married in that doesn't even include the honeymoon i new survey from.

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