35 Burst results for "Seventy Five Thousand Dollars"

How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:02 min | 4 months ago

How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?

"Experts project that twenty twenty one wedding costs will rebound what they were in two thousand nineteen if not higher so let's take a look at the twenty nineteen numbers. According to wedding wire the average cost of a wedding reception per couple was around. Twenty eight thousand dollars. Although i'd venture to say it was probably a little higher. Because according to the not here are the average costs involved with a wedding reception. Buckle up because it's a long one ten thousand five hundred dollars for a reception. Venue two thousand four hundred dollars for a photographer. Eighteen hundred dollars for a video for two thousand dollars for florist sixteen hundred dollars for a wedding dress. Three thousand seven hundred dollars for a wedding band twelve hundred dollars for a reception. Dj seventy dollars per person for catering and the average wedding in two thousand nineteen had one hundred and thirty one guests. I guess it's an odd number because of all the singles who want to go home or at least go to bed with a new plus one and that brings the total cost of food to nine thousand one hundred and seventy dollars. The rehearsal dinner costs on average eighteen. Hundred dollars five hundred ninety dollars for the invitations. One hundred dollars for the hairstylist hundred bucks for the makeup artist. Four hundred bucks for the party favors and last but certainly not least five hundred dollars for the cake that is a total of thirty five thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars to put that into perspective that the lot more than the down payment on one hundred and seventy five thousand dollar house or tuition for a year and a half at florida state university. It's a huge chunk of change. And again i would still argue that. Those estimates are probably low. I mean shout out to the bride. Who's spending one hundred ten bucks on a hairstylist. But if you're living in la you're probably spending five times that amount which brings me to an important point of course. These averages vary widely depending on factors like location. What time of year and even what day of the week it is. You're tying the

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Child Tax Credit Starts Hitting US Families' Bank Accounts

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Child Tax Credit Starts Hitting US Families' Bank Accounts

"Federal payments will start showing up today in the bank accounts of some thirty five million American families money from the child tax credit that was part of president Biden's corona virus relief plan is our effort to make another giant step toward ending child poverty America the credit is thirty six hundred dollars annually for children under age six and three thousand for older children up to seventeen it phases out for individuals making seventy five thousand dollars a year or married couples making one hundred and fifty thousand the people of this country who needed tax cuts aren't the folks at the top the company tax cuts they're doing just fine but as the people in the middle the folks are struggling or just looking for a little bit of my dad would say little bit of breezy and vice president Harris notes the money will come just like the bills through this tax cut will be issued in monthly payments this is never happened before and America yes it is a big deal president Biden is pushing to make the payments permanent Ben Thomas Washington

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Unveils 132-Night 2024 World Cruise

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Unveils 132-Night 2024 World Cruise

"A four month cruise region seven seas cruises has announced one hundred and thirty two night road crews in twenty twenty four. The voyage will be aboard these seven. Cs mariner in visit sixty six ports in thirty one countries included in the seventy five. Thousand dollar fare will be first class flights unlimited ballet laundry unlimited internet and shore excursions. In each port bookings open on july fourteenth

Entrepreneur, Podcaster Jannese Torres-Rodriguez on Why She Left the Corporate 9-5

Brown Ambition

02:47 min | 5 months ago

Entrepreneur, Podcaster Jannese Torres-Rodriguez on Why She Left the Corporate 9-5

"Talked a little bit before. And i believe you told me that you were working as an engineer at this time. Was that like because that is a field that i mean. I'm all for more women in stem and and you know and that must have been from all the research i've done as a personal finance reporter whenever you did a list of top earning majors in college. It was always like computer engineering things like that. So you must have had a well paying job in a field that super competitive and you must be extraordinarily smart but you said that you hated your job right so can you talk about. What was it about your career that you weren't finding fulfilling and then how did you and when did you sort of pivot into what you're doing. Now yeah yes. So as an engineer in a latina. Like i think that the career experience has definitely served me. Well in the sense that like i'm so used to being manned s- planed that now when it happens in like the personal finance fear which yes. It absolutely does kind of doesn't bother me. I'm just like midge like what you like. We are the same. So i'm not even here to like i. I don't need your explanation. Sir thank you. And because that came so much from like mike corporate experience i was usually the youngest woman in the room i was usually the only woman of color and there was a lot of like that. Just you know that girl. That girl gets like the products and nobody else wants to work on. And just gets talked down to gets told that i'm aggressive when the men are quote unquote being assertive blah blah blah. So i think from that perspective. I'm grateful for the fact that it gave me a thick skin because right i don't take any shit from anybody at this point. I think my career has a lot to do with that. But i think i followed my father's footsteps when it comes to an engineering background. Because he is an engineer as well he works on like automating production lines for manufacturing companies. And so i always like surrounded by technology and curiosity and science like that was always the vibe that was in my house i was always wanting to find out what my dad was working on. So i think you know. I saw him being financially successful. And i wanted to mimic that but then i also realized that after a while. I just don't care about this. This is not what lights me up. Yes i was making great money like i was twenty five years old making like seventy five thousand dollars. I started making six figures before. I turn thirty. And you know the monetary aspect of it is what kept me in the field for so long. Because i had all these thoughts about like. What the hell awesome. I going to do this actually going to be able to pay me this type of money but at some point i just realized like i can't go through life. Just living with the excitement of paycheck. 'cause it's not it's not worth it to

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Jeweler Alex and Ani Files Bankruptcy After Rapid Expansion

Pop Fashion

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Jeweler Alex and Ani Files Bankruptcy After Rapid Expansion

"Jewelry company alex and ani has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the company which was known. Pretty much only for bangle bracelets. The company blames cova mostly and it's clear that's a factor like in twenty twenty. Their revenue fell forty percent but his company's financial struggles started long before this pandemic began. And i'm just going to tell you a tiny bit about things that happened because this has multiple layers so a couple of things that became roadblocks for this company. So in december of twenty eighteen bank of america cut off the company's line of credit. Oh and the day ah-ha yup and the following summer alex and ani sued for gender discrimination in claim that it had been treated differently because it was led by a woman that suit which was dropped a month after it was filed said that sales had declined around eighty million and the alex an anti couldn't pay vendors so there's a red flag even if they like settled this Alleged discrimination claim. There's a clear financial disconnect here. There was also illegal. Back and forth last year between the company's founder carolyn rafi allen and investment firm lion capital which owns the majority of the company. Apparently she borrowed five million dollars from line capital and never paid it back shift. You just sometimes forget to pay back five million lisa. She just forgot and to resolve the legal battle between them. She sold her remaining stake in the company to them which was thirty five percent. Holy mess so as of last year. The founder of this company was no longer involved so the company is also in a whole like metric ton of debt which is really what it comes down to like ultimately when you're filing for bankruptcy doesn't so much that you need to figure out they owe money to a bunch of landlords which makes sense you know malls and stuff during the pandemic they also more than one hundred seventy five thousand dollars to an entire town in rhode island

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Two U.S. Capitol police officers sue Trump

The World and Everything In It

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Two U.S. Capitol police officers sue Trump

"To capitol police officers injured during the january. Six th capital riot suing former president. Donald trump world's paul butler reports officers. James blasingame in sydney hamby sustained injuries in hand to hand combat as they tried to hold off capital intruders and in a forty page lawsuit. They say trump is directly to blame for spawning the violent siege. Both officers are asking for unspecified. Compensation along with damages of more than seventy five thousand dollars. Each heavy said he's still receiving medical care for hand and knee injuries. Blasingame said riders shoved him into a stone. Column and some hurled. Racial slurs at him both said they're still suffering emotional trauma more than one hundred officers sustained injuries during the riot and one officer died the next day trump attorneys have maintained that the former president called only for a peaceful gathering and was not responsible for the capital

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Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

Optimal Finance Daily

04:55 min | 9 months ago

Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

"I think the main reason people seem amazed at the idea of retiring at age. Thirty forty or even fifty is the lack of real information on early retirement. In general if you type retirement calculator into a search engine these days and enter some stats about yourself. You will find some very strange assumptions. That are guiding you to think you need an absolute load of money to retire for example. I was once working through such a guide in a magazine from northern. Trust a bank that caters to the wealthy. It went something like this. Consider your goals for retirement. What life events do you need to be prepared for. The following table lists average cost children's and grandchildren's university education. A hundred thousand dollars per child children's and grandchildren's weddings twenty five thousand dollars. Assisted care facilities a hundred thousand dollars per year. Medical costs funeral arrangements. Twenty five thousand dollars trust funds for loved ones esteem and legacy planning and charitable foundations. 'wow looks like you're well into the millions before you even get to buy yourself some groceries. Another retirement calculator on cnn. Dot com has various parts to fill out dropdown boxes pre filled with hand values like retiring at age sixty five and needing seventy percent of your maximum pre retirement income constantly for the rest of your life. The drop down box with seventy percent in it did not even offer a value lower than forty percent. This percentage of income concept is one of the most anti mustache ones out there if you make two hundred thousand dollars per year just before retiring this experience. Corrupt you so much that you need a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year for the rest of your life or is it possible to maintain the same luxury standards of a person who has a merely comfortable income like forty thousand dollars per year. This goes back to the ideas of the get what you need posting. I made recently and that is why not go for maximum happiness rather than maximum consumption. I propose that maximum happiness is achieved at a spending level where you live in a comfortable space. Eat healthy foods and get to do lots of active and stimulating things with friends. That doesn't have to cost a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year or even fifty thousand dollars per year for most of us the other assumption they push on people is a very low rate of savings they assume you will less than the annual limit on 401k contributions. And don't say much about what to do if you save more than that which the high income person mentioned a few paragraphs ago could certainly do so these banks and mutual fund companies will continue to tell you that you need millions of dollars to retire because it benefits them for you to invest your money with them. Luckily it's a harmless bit of tom foolery since the saving benefits you as well but the disservice they do is in scaring people out of dreaming to save faster or to think about much shorter time horizons like tenures instead of just plain old age. Sixty five so. I'll give you a quick retirement calculator of my own adult couple with no kids or whose children are. Grown can live very comfortably on forty thousand dollars per year and retirement. My own family lives very comfortably with one child on somewhere. In the twenty seven thousand dollar range you can shoot higher or lower depending on what level of luxury water pursue twenty. Two eighty thousand dollars is a good absolute maximum sane range. But if you don't want to calculate everything out just go for forty thousand dollars and figure out how to make your savings produce that for you for a single person. It might be difficult to slice in half because you lose some benefits from sharing a house in car but you can come close to quick early retirement budgets number one in early retiree couple lives on thirty thousand dollars per year. Earning five thousand of that combined in part time luxurious post retirement careers. The remaining twenty five thousand dollars per year is generated by their savings. Six hundred and twenty five thousand dollars of total savings are required to generate this amount of passive income using the four percent rule number two an early retirees single person leaves on twenty five thousand dollars. Earning ten thousand dollars on his or her many career. Fifteen thousand dollars per year is required from savings which calls for a nest egg of about three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. I'm working on some much more detailed and exciting sample budgets using real numbers for my own spending experiences before and after retirement

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Unpacking the American Rescue Plan

Today in Focus

05:32 min | 9 months ago

Unpacking the American Rescue Plan

"The motion is adopted. Lowering gambino political correspondent for guardian. Usc bobby sleeping covering the one point nine trillion dollars bit relief package that passed through congress. Last week is on the way. It's called the american rescue plan. How big is it. Thur americans the plan itself is huge in scale and scope. it's one point nine trillion dollars. Which even. I sort of have to take a moment realize how massive this bill is. It's being billed as one of the biggest pieces of legislation. Congress passed in possibly generation. Many of the big measures are temporary. They're set to last for a year or just for the next few months but there are pushes already by democrats to make some of these provisions permanent that would mean pretty significant changes in the american social safety net. Can you give me some examples of ice measures. The moose well known piece of this bill is the fourteen hundred dollar checks to individuals. So if you're someone who makes below seventy five thousand dollars a year or you're a couple who makes less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year you will receive these fourteen hundred dollar checks that will come in addition to the other provisions which provide housing assistance assistance for food assistance for healthcare. Then there's this other big precision. It's called the child tax credit it's existed for a while now but this bill dramatically expands the credit and it also expanded eligibility for it so that more. Low income families qualify. What's novel is at. Its affectively of form of guaranteed income. The payments will be made monthly to these families rather than qualifying only for the credit during tax season. And that's a huge change both financially and philosophically in the way americans dole-outs welfare in this country. And so this is a provision that some policy experts have forecast would cut child poverty in half in america especially for black families and latino families. So this could have a huge huge impact on low income americans who've been especially hurt by the job losses. This is the one piece that democrats believe once it's been enacted through this legislation that they will have some success making permanent and indeed if they do it would completely restructure how we look at child welfare this country and as you said the title bell is in the trillions and when we start talking in trillions he basically leaves me but i found it something like a tenth of gdp so as you say huge how significant is for biden. And for setting out. Biden's agenda anyway. You look at it. It's a big political victory for joe biden. He came in saying he was going to do this. Part of his victory is certainly attributable to donald trump's mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic and this was his promise not to mention a few months later when the senate was still in the balance to georgia senate candidates both democrats promised georgia voters that they would be sending them two thousand dollar checks if they win their races in georgia and democrats control the senate so this is seen as making good on that. Promise the the difference. The two thousand dollar checks are now fourteen hundred dollars but the democrats make the case that they said six hundred dollar checks to americans in december and so this brings up the total to two thousand. Yeah politicians always find ways to add up the numbers. Now as you said and the democrats have a slim majority in the house and a wafer thin majority in the senate because of those georgia senators a majority of one with comma harris. How difficult was this to pass. This was a big political. Lift for joe biden. And what's interesting is that it was so difficult given how popular the legislation was with the american people. Cbs news poll. Seventy five percent of americans say they support the measure including almost half of republicans in most well-known provisions of the bill pulled even higher than the entire bill itself and even then joe biden wasn't able to bring along any republicans you know. He came into office. One of his big promises was that he would be able to work across the aisle and bridge the gaps. They called this the most progressive piece of legislation in history. That absolutely did not happen for those who watching progressive means socialism. And then you have with his razor thin margins. You have a lot of factions within the democratic party. That were jostling for control. And he really had to contend with some objections from moderate democrats particularly in the senate where one senator can blow up the entire negotiation. He was able to do this this time. But i think this sets up a lot of questions about what comes

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A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

The Breakdown with NLW

05:47 min | 9 months ago

A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

"Sound. You hear the sound of people's heads absolutely exploding a few times in previous episodes. I've mentioned the people auction going. On at christie's this is the first time the famous auction house has auctioned off a completely digital good. They had previously included an f. T. versions of some physical items that were up for auction but this was the first time it was just an nf tea while the final bids are in and the price paid for people's the first five thousand days was sixty nine million three hundred and forty six thousand two hundred fifty dollars first of all the folks over on wall street. Bets are in utter disbelief that the price wasn't sixty nine million. Four hundred twenty thousand and sixty nine dollars. Second of all crypto. Twitter is absolutely frigging losing their minds. This is a crescendo. Perhaps the first of many but definitely the first of the nfc mennea sweeping the world. I've given the background before but in short. Nfc's are non fungible tokens non fungible means that rather than every token being like every other token in other words each. Bitcoin is like each other bitcoin. They're mutually interchangeable. Each other is equivalent to each other. Tether these are cryptographic. Unique tokens that uniqueness lens them well to the actual owning quote unquote of the original quote unquote of creative work. Like a piece of art and of have been a part of the crypto space. For years i mean remember crypto kitties but over the last few months and especially the last few weeks they have had a major breakout. There have been two really important categories within that the first is actually in the sports collectible slash trading cards space last year. The team that brought you crypto katie's launched nba top shots in conjunction with the nba. These are effectively a new type of trading card featuring efficiently. Licensed video highlights. Now i was watching this and things started reasonably but they have really picked up over the last couple months last month. Nba top shot process. More than two hundred fifty million dollars in sales from one hundred thousand buyers more than that admitted a whole new group of wales a wall street journal article today was called the whales of nba. Top shot made a fortune buying lebron highlights. They were the early to the hottest. Nf market and their collections are now worth millions of dollars. They take a look at people. Like michael levy a thirty one year old financial analyst. Who spent one hundred seventy five thousand dollars over six months whose collection is now worth twenty million plus or andy chore. Leeann a twenty seven year. Old dev who back in his younger days traded pokemon bought sneakers but then more recently bought. Thirty eight hundred. Nba top shot moments. That are now worth a collective fifteen million. I think it's really important to point this side of the market out because in many ways it is a completely different. Demographic than the crypto punks art type people and frankly the people interested in people at least on an artistic level. But i also think it's worth noting that collectibles in general are going crazy. Golden auctions is a huge trading house for cards memorabilia. It sarah on march seventh. Golden tweeted prior to two thousand twenty. There only ten cards that ever sold for one million dollars plus in history last night we sold five cards for a million dollars. Plus clearly there is something going on in these sports card collectible market as well and on a smaller level i track a small index of magic the gathering card prices just to keep track of what older cars in that space are doing and it's up four hundred and fourteen percent in the last year. This is going to be relevant for discussion in a little bit about what's really underlying what's happening in an f. Teas but for now. Let's get back to the art. There has been a ton of focus. Here i people were gobsmacked by the price of crypto punks which are selling for thousand sometimes even tens of thousands hash masks or more of the same but all in all these things felt pretty well contained within the crypto space they were insider games insider speculation and insider collectors over the last few weeks that shifted we saw people sell on nifty gateway for more than six million. We had musicians jumping in just in blau who performs as three lau sold a set of thirty three. Nfc's for over eleven million dollars. Grimes may just under six million dollars. Kings of leon released an album last week with full. Ft's we've seen more sports stars jump in with gronk releasing a bunch of nf teas and then we've had brand seemingly determined to ruin the party for everyone like taco bell who released a set of tease last week as well. Of course alongside the hype. The backlash has increased as well. I mentioned on yesterday's show that there is a huge group. Were now fighting on environmental grounds. Just to give you a sample of some of those tweets per the biggest thing. The nfc sh tells us that we have an extremely short amount of time to destroy the capitalist system before it scorches all live from the earth in of a three percent rate of return. Here's another one the. Nfc thing has drawn a line in the sand between the artists who are annoying for evil minting enough tease and artists who are annoying for good cyber bullying people minting. Nfc's until dimensions mentions are so exhausting. They stop like we're all annoying but it's how we use our powers finally. Let's do one more tweeting things here and there but my stance on teases final. It's horrible for the environment and a very critical time in the climate crisis. Therefore if you participate in it. I will judge you freely in gladly and no longer support you so i tweeted this out yesterday and got a huge number of responses of people who have seen similar things and keep in mind. These aren't like random accounts or at least these tweets are getting hundreds of likes responses. And re tweet so. It seems clear that there is this counter lash happening even as we speak all in all the point. Is that even before today. Things in this space. We're getting pretty heated. But then the people auction closed

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House close to passing Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan

Start Here

04:39 min | 9 months ago

House close to passing Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan

"After weeks of wrangling the house is expected to pass this relief. Bill and with that. It goes to president biden for his signature. So the question here is no longer about politics. That's done it's about whether the us government can actually deliver this aid quickly and reliably. Let's go to abc's karen travers at the white house. Karen i guess it's not all done. Because i want to know. How is this going to play out today. Like how quickly could this all go down. They still have to cross the finish line. The white house is not going to get pinpointed. On what specific day or hour. But they want to sign this before the end of the week and brad march fourteenth sunday. Always been this deadline. That's been circled on calendars here at the white house and up on capitol hill. It's an unofficial deadline. They didn't have to get it done by sunday but they wanted to. Because that's been some of the federal unemployment benefits were set to expire and officials said that they did not want to have any gaps in that coverage. They didn't want to have those. Millions of americans miss even one paycheck like that the additional money. They were getting Just because congress had not gotten it together. Who's i get it so the house will pass this today. Then it's a question of how quickly they can send down from one end of pennsylvania avenue to this end of pennsylvania avenue. The white house says that the president will sign it as soon as he gets it Look for a signing ceremony. The this is a big deal. Efd if you want to quote president biden from back in the obama administration this his top priority. It's his first legislative win and they're gonna do it up and in. This is going to be a very big moment for them. How much money will people get care. Because it's not just even stimulus checks at this point. Sure that's the big one though. That's what everybody's been focused on. And because when you hear that and you think what is coming directly to me. Fourteen hundred dollars for americans making up to seventy five thousand dollars a year if you get up to eighty thousand dollars for a single income filer. That number gets a little bit smaller. So then for couples you get two hundred and fifty thousand it maxes out the income cap at one hundred and sixty thousand. The white house says that yes while that was more targeted than previous rounds of covid. Relief that it's still ninety. Eight percent of the people who got it the last time so they feel okay with that and one more thing. This plant is historic taken altogether. This plan is going to make it possible to cut child poverty in half. Let me say it again. Significant is will cut child poverty in half. But then it's you know other things to it's child tax credits. It's subsidies for childcare. This is really a bill that gives a significant amount of aid to lower income americans off. Let's go. I need the help my kids need to eat. And white house officials will say. This is a very big difference from the bills that were signed during the trump administration which they said gave money but to the wrong people that it was too heavily focused on businesses and corporations and that higher wage earners were getting money and didn't need it. It would be really nice to get a little support so that i don't become homeless. Still wanna see this money go to lower income wage earners because they feel that those are the types of people that one needed but to will also use that money and spend it on something not save it for later or invested the actually get it back into the economy. I'm wondering. Karen is that last mile of getting into the person's pocket like what other challenges the biden administration will face here. We heard about like dead people getting checks out very living people getting their checks way too late that unavoidable or is that something. The biden administration has plans for. Yeah i mean we even seeing experiences on my little street here in washington of some neighbor getting the other neighbors check and not understanding how supposed to get to the other neighbor. I mean there were a lot of glitches in the system. The irs and bureau of the fiscal service are building on lessons. Learned from previous rounds. He administration says that they are working overtime to make sure that there are as few glitches as possible. The first batch of payments will go to taxpayers who provided direct deposit in their twenty nineteen or twenty twenty returns. They wanna make sure that more people are doing this through electronic payments because that'll get out faster than the checks whether or not. He walks his signature on their life former. President trump demanded. Well we're we're doing everything in our power to expedite the payments and not to lay them. Which is why the president's name will not appear on the memo line. Checks are expected to go out by the end of the month. But brad officials are not going to say a date certain but they do know that people want them. There are really eager for them so march tenth. Today the expectation is just about three weeks. They could get these out. Say you

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House prepares to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, and Biden is expected to sign it this week

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

House prepares to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, and Biden is expected to sign it this week

"House. Democrats will vote on the senate version of a nearly two trillion dollar covert relief bill and senate the president biden in the next twenty four to forty eight hours house speaker. Nancy pelosi says tau is substantially supported in this legislation. If you are teacher schools will be able to be open more safely. The package includes fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks for people. Earning less than seventy five thousand dollars a year and enhanced unemployment benefits extended through early september. No republican has supported the bill. Arguing much of the spending is unrelated to the pandemic fox's jared

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A Look Inside The COVID-19 relief bill Passed By Senate

TIME's Top Stories

05:15 min | 9 months ago

A Look Inside The COVID-19 relief bill Passed By Senate

"The senate passed a one point nine trillion dollar covid nineteen relief. Bill here's what senate by elena abramson the senate on saturday afternoon narrowly passed a one point nine trillion dollar cove nineteen relief package a key milestone for president joe biden to ink his first legislative priority into law the avalanche of federal dollars which clock in at approximately nine percent of the country's gross domestic product includes fourteen hundred dollar checks for middle and lower income. Americans extend unemployment insurance through much of the summer and provides seventy billion dollars to increase vaccine distribution and coronavirus testing. The bill was passed entirely along party. Lines with all senate. Democrats supporting it and all republicans opposing. This nation has suffered too much for much. Too long biden said in remarks from the white house on saturday. Everything in this package is designed to relieve the suffering and to meet the most urgent needs of the nation and put us in a better position to prevail starting with beating this virus and vaccinating the country. The house which already passed version of the bill on february. twenty seventh is slated to vote on the amended. Text on tuesday before sending it to biden's desk so he can sign it into law. Here is a look at six major components of the bill direct payments for millions of americans under the senate plan individuals making up to seventy five thousand dollars in couples. Making up to one hundred. Fifty thousand dollars per year are eligible to receive a fourteen hundred dollar check individuals. Earning between seventy five thousand and eighty thousand dollars and couples. Earning between one hundred fifty thousand dollars. One hundred sixty thousand dollars will receive some of that money but not the full amount. The eligibility thresholds are a change from the house's initial version which kept the threshold at one hundred thousand dollars for individuals and two hundred thousand dollars for couples senate. Democrats lowered the eligibility for the stimulus checks to get all democrats onboard after resistance from some moderates in their party. The decision means that an estimated seventeen million americans who received a check under former president. Donald trump won't get one under biden. According to a study from a nonpartisan institute on taxation and economic policy biden said on saturday that the government will begin sending the checks to eligible americans. This month extended unemployment insurance current federal unemployment benefits. Which a lot an additional three hundred dollars per week on top of state benefits are set to expire on march fourteenth. The senate bill extends the program through september sixth at three hundred dollars per week for households. Earning under one hundred fifty thousand dollars. The first ten thousand two hundred dollars of the unemployment benefits are non taxable to prevent surprise billing at the end of the year. These were also changes from the house version of the bill which provided four hundred dollars per week through all twenty ninth. The reduction in unemployment insurance in the senate version was implemented to ensure moderate senator. Joe manchin a democrat from west. Virginia would not break with his party. According to a democratic aide expanded tax credits for families. The bill raises the child tax credit for most families in the coming year by one thousand dollars to three thousand dollars per child. It's even more for families with young children. Many can receive credit of three thousand six hundred dollars for each child under age six. All of these credits are fully refundable and some researchers say these measures could potentially help cut child poverty and half funding for state and local governments and public schools. The bill delivers a three hundred fifty billion dollar cash infusion to state and local governments and one hundred thirty billion dollars to elementary middle and high schools to help them reopen safely. Local budgets have faced steep declines in revenue as businesses remain shuttered during the pandemic last september. The brookings institute estimated that state and local revenues would decline by one hundred fifty five billion dollars in twenty twenty one hundred sixty seven billion dollars in twenty twenty one and one hundred forty five billion dollars in twenty twenty two. The money for schools is designed to help them improve their ventilation systems. Hire more janitors and reduced class sizes to conform with social distancing protocols. Democrats argued that this money was necessary to save public sector jobs and enable teachers and students to return to classrooms without risking their health. Republicans said that the funding already allocated through. Last year's relief bills was sufficient and that sending more money the state and local governments was superfluous relief for restaurants. The bill includes traditional fifty billion dollars in assistance for small businesses including more than seven billion dollars for the troubled payment protection program and a break from previous relief packages. This bill provides twenty eight point. Six billion dollars in grant relief specifically for restaurants which have been particularly decimated by the pandemic

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The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:18 min | 9 months ago

The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

"Okay. Who is getting. What in the biden. Bill perio first up is what most adults in. The country are going to get a one time payment of up to fourteen hundred dollars. This is the single biggest part of the bill. And here's where the bill stands. Now if you made less than seventy five thousand dollars either last year or the year before you will get the full amount fourteen hundred bucks beyond that if you made between five thousand and eighty thousand dollars you get a smaller amount and if you made more than eighty thousand dollars you will not get one of these checks for married couples who file their taxes together. The cutoff for getting a check is a combined. Income of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars in these checks are both the biggest and the most universal part of the bill. The exact amount of money that your household will get does depend on a few things in addition to your income. Like whether you have kids or other dependents but even so roughly eighty to ninety percent of all households in the us are gonna get checks for some amount of money and the hope is that people will spend that money to help boost the economy so next step people who are getting money in the stimulus bill. The unemployed four hundred dollars per week on top of what they would normally get from their state in unemployment benefits when there isn't a pandemic and that extra four hundred dollars. A week will last until nearly the end of august and there's a lot of people still claiming unemployment benefits each week almost nine times as many people as a year ago right before the pandemic started. That's more than nineteen million people claiming those benefits right now and a big part of the reason why there are so many is the government has expanded the range of people who can qualify for these benefits during the pandemic and the reason unemployment benefits matter for the overall economy. Is that the allow people to continue spending money while they are between jobs paying their rent buying groceries buying school supplies for their kids yet without the extra four hundred dollars. Unemployment benefits would only replace less than half of a workers lost income on average but with the extra four hundred dollars from the stimulus bill. These benefits will be replacing more than eighty five percent of the lost income for the average unemployed worker up state and local governments. What they're going to get from the bill so tax revenues for a lot of state and local governments have just deride pandemic and some of them have been forced to cut back on services that they typically provide like garbage collection law enforcement mental health and addiction treatment services and a bunch of others state and local governments have also had to lay off one point three million workers especially a lot of workers in public schools teachers administrators janitors. It's one of the hardest hit sectors of the labor market so this bill provides three hundred and fifty billion dollars for state and local governments. And actually that might end up more money than state and local governments lost during the pandemic three hundred and fifty billion dollars is above the range of estimates for how much money state and local governments will have lost through next year. But it's also true that some states and local governments are in worse shape than others and so one of the big debates in the senate is over just how to allocate this money between different states and cities. And we're gonna pass here for a second because if we stop right here just right now out of the cost of those three things that we have discussed the checks that go out to almost everybody. Stimulus checks the bigger unemployment insurance benefits and the money that goes to state and local governments. That is the biggest part of the bill. Roughly half of it around a trillion dollars is going to go to those three things combined yet and there's all kinds of interesting and important stuff and the rest of the bill to so. Here's a few more that we definitely think are worth mentioning. Starting with what parents are gonna get. Yes so parents are going to get an extra fourteen hundred dollars for each of their children and this includes adult children who parents list as their dependence. Yeah so if you are. A family of four people say to spouses and two kids. The total amount. You're gonna get in those one time. Checks is up to fifty six hundred dollars. But that's not all. The bill also increases the size of the child tax credit for one year. So parents will now be able to offset their tax bills by thirty six hundred dollars for each kid under the age of six the really young ones and by three thousand dollars for other kids who are not yet adults bottom line take that same family of four and let's say both parents make less than seventy five thousand dollars each year and let's say their two kids are very young. They're toddlers that family could get a total of nearly thirteen thousand dollars in checks and tax credits because of this bill. Okay and now. Let's look at what schools are going to get kindergarten to twelfth grade. Schools are gonna get roughly one hundred and thirty billion dollars but maybe what's most interesting is what that money is intended for. Yes so this money is not for textbooks. It is for things that make it easier for schools to reopen and operate during the pandemic. So things like improving ventilation buying more personal protective equipment and even changing the shape of a classroom so that social distancing between students is easier next up. The bill includes tens of billions of dollars for loans and grants to businesses and the industry. That's going to get the single biggest amount in grants. So that's money that does not have to be paid back is bars and restaurants yup bars and restaurants. They can prove they lost money. Last year will be eligible for up to ten million dollars each in grants and the bill has set aside a total of twenty five billion dollars for eateries and watering holes and restaurants. And though that is the most any industry is getting in this bill. Some perspective is important here last year. Bars and restaurants lost about a hundred and forty five billion dollars sales from the year before. It's a twenty percent decline and there are still nearly two and a half million fewer jobs in bars and restaurants than before the pandemic and this year knock on wood will not be as bad because people are getting vaccinated. Covid cases are coming down and more of the country is reopening still. That is a huge hole to dig out of

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$1,400 checks in COVID-19 relief bill would phase out at $80,000 instead of $100,000

WSJ What's News

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

$1,400 checks in COVID-19 relief bill would phase out at $80,000 instead of $100,000

"We report that. Senate democrats are making a change to the coronavirus relief package. That would tighten for some of the direct payments to americans last week. The house approved a plan to give full fourteen hundred dollar checks to individuals. Earning up to seventy five thousand dollars and phase out payments gradually up to one hundred thousand dollars in earnings. The cutoff couples was two hundred thousand now. Lawmakers say people earning more than eighty thousand and couples. Earning over one hundred sixty thousand will no longer be eligible for any stimulus. The senate is preparing for a vote on the package this week.

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Third stimulus check: Biden backs full $1,400 payment if you make up to $75,000

the NewsWorthy

01:17 min | 10 months ago

Third stimulus check: Biden backs full $1,400 payment if you make up to $75,000

"While the senate is mostly focused on the impeachment trial this week. Lawmakers over in the house are putting their energy into the next covid nineteen relief bill and yes. It's looking likely. Americans will get a third round of direct payments. The latest proposal from democrats calls for fourteen hundred dollars to go to people who make up to seventy five thousand dollars a year and couples. Who make up to one hundred and fifty thousand a year would get twenty eight hundred dollars now. This could be based on your twenty twenty tax return unless of course you have not filed yet. Then it will go by twenty nine thousand nine taxes. President biden has now endorsed this plan. He democrats say the american people cannot wait any longer for the economic help needed now but some republicans say the democrats are not working to compromise. Many moderate republicans and democrats want fewer people to qualify for direct payments. This time around voicing concerns about the national debt and they've said in the past they've worried the relief package will be too big either way. This latest proposal still has a long way to go. Lawmakers still need to draft a complete bill to include a lot of other pandemic era priorities like a funding boost for schools extra unemployment benefits and more money to help with vaccine efforts. Then the senate and house both need to sign off before it will go to the president to sign into law. The goal is to have everything done by the middle of next month. So we'll see

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Dems propose $1,400 payments as part of Biden virus relief

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Dems propose $1,400 payments as part of Biden virus relief

"I'm Julie Walker house Democrats are proposing fourteen hundred dollar payments to Americans making up to seventy five thousand dollars as part of president Biden's coded relief plan the proposal comes as Congress begins to piece together the one point nine trillion dollar relief package that tracks president Biden's plan for battling the pandemic and reviving a still staggering economy besides the fourteen hundred dollar direct payments to individuals Democrats on the house ways and means committee bolstered unemployment benefits and offered more generous tax breaks for families with children for lower earners and for those buying health insurance on the marketplaces created by the affordable Care Act the panel which plans to approve the measure by week's end would also provide health care subsidies for some unemployed workers I'm Julie Walker

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A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

Motley Fool Answers

03:16 min | 10 months ago

A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

"So alison what's up. Well bro as the old adage goes. Money can't buy happiness. I mean just look. At the twenty. Ten princeton study by economist angus deaton and psychologist daniel. Carlson they found that happiness goes up. The more you make put it plateaus once you get to about seventy five thousand in income doesn't matter how much you're gonna make after that. Your happiness just really doesn't improve that much the red pepper takeaways from this. Dare i say landmark. Study one being that once you have the basic necessities in life more doesn't make you much happier and the other takeaway being that the wealthier you are the more you compare yourself to the joneses and are ultimately left jealous and wanting to keep up. I mean look at richard corey. He owned one half of this whole town but was he happy. No now don't you feel better. So enjoy working in his factory but then warns matthew killingsworth had to come along with his study justice last month and restore that feeling of glueck schmierer's the germans have a word for feeling bad about the good fortune of others. Killingsworth collected one point seven million data points from more than thirty three thousand participants who provided in the moment snapshots of their feelings during daily life. So essentially it was an app it would ping them throughout the day and ask them. How are you feeling right now. And this measured what's called experienced wellness. He also asked people generally how happy they thought they were their overall happiness and apparently that's called evaluative being anyway. So what did he find. Did he confirm that. Once you look at people with income over seventy five thousand dollars happiness plateaus and you just don't get that same happy bang for your buck. No matter how much money you make well as it turns out you continue to get happier as your income rises and the study didn't find any sort of plateau and happiness after a certain level of income neither in evaluated or experienced wellbeing. Why is this well. The researcher believes that higher earners are happier in part because of an increased sense of control over their life to quote him. He says when you have more money you have more choices about how to live your life. You can likely see this. In the pandemic people living paycheck to paycheck who lose their job. Might need to take the first available job to stay afloat. Even if it's one they dislike able with a financial cushion can wait for one. That's a better fit across decisions. Big and small having more money gives a person more choices and a greater sense of autonomy and quote. So what's the lesson. go out there and make as much money as you can. Because your happiness will just keep skyrocketing actually no because the study also found that people who equate having money to success are actually kinda miserable. They often work long hours and are stressed out about their time. Whoops there goes your sense of autonomy ultimately the takeaway from the study is that money is just one factor happiness and while having money certainly beats not having money. It's ultimately about the sense of control power and autonomy that money affords you and a bunch of other factors too. I mean i'll bet. Richard cory didn't get a lot of hugs growing up so bro. Go hug

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Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

Who? Weekly

03:32 min | 10 months ago

Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Than seventy five thousand dollars a year is the basic platform here and and you know I'd sooner you can't say I don't want it because the government can't go around to S. three hundred million people one at a time and say you know you want the free lunch you don't want the free lunch so you're just going to get it now let me say this because I've been thinking about this how it is why I want to come to us on the board here what you're talking about and I was thinking about this yesterday I I I I don't think I'm gonna get I'm doing a okay I don't think I'm going to get any cash check from the from the government on this but if I were I got I I yet like you said a soldier's family a military family a somebody that's been laid off you know you know because there's no I was talking to a friend of mine at work here yesterday and and he was telling me about it you know it's got to be something or get out well that's right and maybe somebody you know maybe somebody in your neighborhood maybe somebody at the grocery store who has been laid off that you know the nice cashier person who who's been laid off somebody who really needs it to make the the rent payment this month you know out front I was just telling me yesterday about his body who lost his job because of the corona virus and and has no prospects has no income has no social security has a rent payment of fourteen hundred Bucks due at the end of the month and has no idea how he's going to make it and and and and also my best girl at where she works a number of low level people were just told that they're laid off for the time being and I immediately said well somebody should start a go fund me or just a Kitty of some kind to give these people in their twenties money to help slowed him through this difficult time and and as a long way of saying Susan as is my my want I guess my my habit find somebody that you know that that you know is not a scam that is not a go fund me page for a homeless guy under bridges though you know he's not homeless or something like that but somebody you know somebody in the grocery store and maybe make it a hundred dollars each ten different people at the grocery store or places that you go who you know are are their hours are cut or they're having trouble making ends meet and I think that would be a good thing to do with it you know you could do yes it's evidence to grocery stores and stuff like that if you're worried about the cash very good very good hang up by if you'll indulge me there's a couple things I am just about ready to break most of my radios and and Mack trucks on a daily basis with all of these progress these horrible insurance if the progressive commercials and I know I know I work in radio when I was younger I know they came to bill but along with that progressive in that dark haired woman that's on TV the other one is can't we can't we get some money together a one way ticket for group does it go back to San Diego okay go somewhere I run I run by this is.

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Their mortgages tell them what your salesmen don't go into those areas and then Congress got involved as local elected officials as well and said that's not fair these people should be able to get credit and once you started pushing in that direction banks started making more and more alone where the credit of the person buying the house wasn't as good as you with the light now it's not so bad when the market for houses and keeps going up because the nice thing about making a mortgage loan is it's very secure after all if the if the borrower defaults you simply sell the house and you have something that's worth more than the value of the mortgage that assumes that real estate prices never go down and and why he's in trouble for talking this way is because he's actually and I hate to say it he's speaking the truth is the reality is end book Barney Frank was a big part of this at the federal level he he mandated that you should be able to get a mortgage regardless of income I mean think back to what was going on in two thousand two and three and four and five and six and seven and into two thousand eight you could do state income what's your much you earn six hundred and seventy five thousand dollars a year where do you work Kinko's what are you the CEO don't worry about it I make six hundred seventy five thousand dollars a year so of course I'm gonna qualify for this two million dollar house you can't do stated income at a car dealership they pull your credit I give you a fiat or a jeep or a Ford G. they are going to say okay where do you work what is your social let's run your credit but you had with with the social justice warriors taking over banking you had a situation that was terrible you can state your income hi I say iron four hundred thousand dollars you listen I was in I was in that position I will I bought a house in two thousand seven up in LA and I remember at the time the mortgage consultant guy whatever the broker that I was working was sad you know I mean if you want a little bigger house I mean you you could just state your income I'm a very conservative person I don't I don't go buy cars I can't afford I don't go by property I can't afford because I I'm somebody who I walk around and I'm somebody who's always wired for expecting the worst I'm not pessimistic I'm just defensive I just I'm not a reckless person my wife and I are both blessed with the fact that we're very aware of what can go wrong on the downside and how much down side you can afford right so we we we we bought what was within our budget everything was cool and we we never we never missed a payment the entire time that we own the place never we weren't we pay early but we we would not pay other bills and we would pay our mortgage you know what I'm saying even during the tough times but my point is this we watch people put the keys on the counter and walk out after having lied about the house and they were upside down we watch the federal government tell those people out think about it to federal government commanded that you make risky loans and they bailed out the risky loans to who ended up taking Erika the taxpayers did anyone really taking it in the shorts solid people that were honest about what they are and what they could afford because nobody bailed you out you might have been under water until two thousand fourteen fifteen sixteen and that's unfortunate but when when Bloomberg says that and there's a lot I don't like about Mike Bloomberg but he's being honest in that regard and the progressives they don't like to hear that that's why all these gonna get the nomination Bernie Sanders would have been sitting there saying something like the reason why these people can afford houses is the greedy bankers will not lend them the money.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"As seventy five thousand is the amount that the Trump administration and the Republicans set into their tax scam that in two thousand twenty eight I think it is the, the tax cuts for people making less than seventy five thousand dollars that we're past last year before last those tax cuts expire, but the tax cuts for people who make over seventy five thousand dollars are permanent law. And so clearly, the Republicans think that their base is people make more than seventy five thousand a year. And we're Democrats, I think need to be pointing that out. Excellent point. Jim, thank you very much for the call. Susan in Phoenix. Your thoughts. Yes, I'm so glad talked about this, the base campaign because actually I've been saying that the thing is, I think it was about a year ago when they came up with the polo that said Medicare for all seventy one percent of the people were Medicare for all. So to me saying, we don't need the Republicans or be moderate. We need to go for the people that want Medicare for all. Yes, can and free college education and and you know, and decent pay via unions via higher minimum wage. Those three issues those, those are the core issues right now in my opinion. Yes. It was we left me. I'm sorry. I agree that the base campaign is, you're saying it is what we have to go for, in even in our state hurston cinema. Who's a moderate? She struggled to win when she had a lot of the Republicans on side yet, we got Greg Stanton. Who was more of a progressive would in a landslide. So even believe in this state because repealing people, it's not about their party. We have so many candidates out there. I think it's awesome because, like Bernie, and Elizabeth will get as much time on the air because they are going against the insurance companies who has to be our biggest enemy say and the fossil fuel. Yeah I'm with. And if you will industry so by them going out really inning. I think really got that in the last election, and that's why he done the ground and working because the media isn't giving him any times. So, and it's because they, you know, they're doing what they're said like you said, in the past so of lead, you defined it as the base campaign, I have put in on Facebook where I have had people in the middle of fighting with me because they say how do you know they're seventy percent of the people want. Medicare for all? He says, we'll, there's votes and I did pull up a couple of polls that were taken..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yeah. This is amazing stuff. She's amazing stuff. And the economy's important in American people having a job having an income getting a pay raise. It's important to the American people and not one democrat, not one democrat voted for the tax cut, not one democrat. And even the New York Times wrote this week that the economy is booming and Trump is responsible for it. Not completely. We understand that. But they acknowledge that the tax cut has helped the economy to grow because the one figure that has come out from the economist is Democrats say, oh, it's the one percent. It's the one percent. They are the ones that benefited. No. It's small business. Small business was the biggest beneficiary and in wage growth in this country in the past year, people who make under seventy five thousand dollars a year have had double the increase in their wages. As compared to people that make over seventy five thousand per capita. So the wage growth generated by the tax cut is among the working people. And that's because small business like me. I'm a small business or getting a break in. We are hiring people. So the Dem's who want guaranteed income free this free that medic- Medicare for all gonna cost trillions of dollars trillions of dollars. They're going to be running against the guy who has a robust record on economic growth and jobs. I think they're going to have a problem. Okay. Here is Pat and bullies quarters, Pat. Good morning. One of your supporters for county executive unfortunately, did make it I think I need to vent for many people here in the Caroline bullies quarters area. First of all built that monstrosity. Storage place on eastern avenue, the shoebox and the poor people who have noble homes across the street. That's what they have to look at. And it sickens me when I ride by number two is Kelly. When the medical marijuana with coming into this area. I went to the meeting on there is no politicians there, Kathy Bevin and fair nobody and the people at that meeting clue they were older about drugs and alcohol clip, and I spoke up against the medical marijuana coming into this area where they placed it nail. As far as I know. It's right down there on Caroline road. Exactly. Right. And WalMart's backyard right next to them. Right. Across the street. We now have a wellness center where I understanding is making people pay their get there. I believe there court may maybe wrong about this. And then walk across the street to get their medical marijuana. Yeah. You have to get a license and a special card from a physician to get it. Right. I don't know what the wellness center is familiar with it. Not familiar with. It must be new. I don't I don't know what the politicians are doing this area. We don't need this. We didn't need it and anybody who thinks that this is just gonna be medical marijuana often up drinking the Kuwait because the general asylum is going to pay us recreational marijuana. It's guaranteed. And I'm sure he's the other thing while you bring this up, you remind me something that I need to mention while I have the opportunity and I'm filling in for Bruce the deciding vote on the tax hike, Johnny. Oh, Dak tax hike is Kathy Bevan's. It's the three to three vote right now. So you folks down there and bullies quarters park fill and those areas that Kathy represents she is the deciding vote so you better get in touch with her and let her know how you feel about it. Well, unfortunately, it's too late. And we didn't know I didn't know these things are being, you know, proposed and probably couldn't do anything about it. Anyway, but I will call Cathy because I think she's not doing her job down here. I don't know what else they're going to put this is the most important vote of her career. This is the most important vote of her career. She's going to determine whether or not three hundred million dollars in new money's going to be taken from the pockets of the tax payers in Baltimore County. Right, pat. Thanks for listening to me. Not sure. I'm sure I'm then it for a lot of the people in this area. Thanks for providing the information to people people. Good thing about talk radio that people need to know these things. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Honey. Thank you. All right. Well, let's talk to Mike. Mike good morning. Where's mike? We got Mike. A little technical difficulty. Dr Michael get to you. Yeah. I think you're on now. Yes, you're on. Go ahead. Morning. The. And two hundred three thousand. But here's my question for you. We're doing all this. We had a nine hundred dollars deficit last year. We're going to go over its food. Usually, we run deficits you have. Setting up a disaster that run deficits while we have a good. One point four trillion inches. His deficits were down three hundred hundred dollars. What do you think about that? Well, the president's budgets that he has proposed for the most part I've been a lot less than what the congress has tacked on and supported and what he could get through them. The congress is spending. Just like they did during Ronald Reagan's administration, even though the revenues are up dramatically because of the fact that we have this booming economy, the revenues are up once again, they're not spending within the parameters of the revenues that are coming in from the economy. So the Democrats want to spend a lot of money on social programs. The president has introduced into the budget large cutbacks. The other problem is of course, that Obama destroyed the military and the president has to rebuild it. But you're right. Those deficits bother me. But look if the president wasn't there, they'd be even worse. Thank you. Mike. Now, keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio six PM and wcbMcom. Good morning..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You really have three problems. The lost value is actually just one problem. The second problem is the time that it takes you to make back that loss. But the third problem is this it is almost impossible for you to regain that loss, especially late in life. Limit. Let me explain. If you have a market exposed account and the market drops by fifty percent. And then the next year the market would go up by fifty percent. What's the average rate of return for that two year period? Well, it's zero right. That's right zero. And that's exactly what your broker would put in those prospectus. He hands you when advertising the returns for that particular account over that two year period. But there's a difference between Wall Street math and the math the rest of us learned in grammar school. Let me explain let's put some numbers to this scenario, if you have a market exposed account with a let's say one hundred thousand dollars in it and the market goes down by fifty percent that leaves you with fifty thousand dollars, right? But next year if the market were to go back up fifty percent on your fifty thousand dollars how much would you have then seventy five thousand dollars. That's right. So with Wall Street math. I'm told my average return for those two years was zero. But my account actually tells me I'm still down a negative twenty five percent. See there is a big difference between zero and negative twenty-five. Wouldn't you agree yet?.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"Radio Sundays at six AM and ten AM on six ten WTVN medical marijuana sales are off to a robust start in Ohio. State officials say nearly fifty pounds of pot laced products have been sold in the. Two weeks of sales for more than three hundred thirty thousand dollars for marijuana dispensaries are up and running so far plying lotions oils and other products to patients with twenty one medical conditions. Nearly a dozen people are accused of smuggling drugs into Ohio presence. Federal prosecutors say the men were indicted yesterday for selling drugs laced, coloring books and other paper items to inmates between two thousand fifteen and last year inmates within smoke the pages to get high Senator Sherrod Brown's presidential. Exploratory tours underway. The Cleveland area democrat launched his dignity of work tour yesterday in northeast Ohio calling for better wages, healthcare and working conditions. Brown will take the message to early primary states of Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina before deciding whether he'll run for the White House Amazon bringing a warehouse and the promise of new jobs to the Dayton area. Kettering city officials announced the online retail giant will bring a last mile distribution center to the Kettering business park developer behind the project expects to finalize the Lisa March. Amazon could open the facility by the summer. Cincinnati city work. Contractors could face harsh new penalties for using racial slurs on the job city councilwoman to my Denard unveil yesterday, a proposed zero tolerance policy for people who use racial religious or other slurs. Anyone caught using a slur during city business with the general public would be fired immediately? The policy was drafted after to Cincinnati police. Officers were suspended for using the N word on duty. A Florida man is in the summit county jail kiss. Trying to run drugs across the Ohio turnpike state highway patrol says Sean Jimenez was arrested last week during a traffic. Stop after a canine found twenty five pounds of marijuana in his vehicle drugs. Have a street value of seventy five thousand dollars focus on the White House. Congressional negotiators sat down for the first time trying to come up with a border security plan that everyone can accept Democrats and Republicans both agree that some measures regarding border security are required. But the president has used the term wall so much that anything on the Republican side that does not include the wall could potentially be seen as a defeat and anything on the democrat. Side that does include a wall could be seen as a defeat. Even though when it comes down to the policies, Democrats and Republicans are as far apart as the president has made them out to the ABC's Ellie Rogan US and Chinese trade negotiators met trying to end the six-month trade war, George Mason, University researcher, Veronica day regime, says the US stands to lose a lot. Lot of workers that are under massive amount of stress small manufacturers who are under a lot of stress because of this war, and farmers and consumers and those tariffs. Unpopular negotiations continue Richard Cantu. ABC news..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You're not. And I don't think people understand that. I don't think people really have an understanding of, you know, my friend. His daughter is going to UCLA and he's helped her out quite a bit shaved off half of what she would have paid. I'll tell you this. She's still gonna come out with seventy five grand potentially. Insane. That is insane. If a kid came to you today and said. Limpar seventy five thousand dollars, Mr. Bank, MRs Bank. They'd be like, no, what are you gonna use it for like does it matter. You get paid back. But they're coming out with. Just with this enormous amount of debt, and it saddles them to always be behind the April. Now, I don't know what the fix is. There's going to be a fixed there, but it is crazy. And so when you look at all of these things when it comes to the economy and think about all the stuff that's coming and this bobble that is going to burst with student debt is huge. It's not quite there yet. But it's getting there. It's absolutely getting there. And that's why that's why when you see younger generation that rally around the Cossio Cortes or to leave or Bernie Sanders or any, you know, free tuition we. Yeah. I would love it. Could you imagine today if I was a politician on Iran on I'm gonna wipe out all of your credit card debts because we think it's wrong. People are like oh my God. That's crazy. Yeah. Of course, it rally around. Oh, come to your house. That's not going to happen. It's not because somebody's going to want to get paid to do something. College isn't going to be free. And I know some colleges are now toying around with the idea of essentially you go to school. And then. You're going to pay them from future wages? So you're gonna give him a commission. Right. When I was a when you're when you're a broker and a lot of places when you go to sell, and you guys are probably familiar with this. The, you know, why you build up your book usually companies give you a draw against your commission. That's what this is going to be it could be a draw against future earnings, and they'll take X amount. And I don't know if it lasts for ten years or. In perpetuity? But it's very interesting people. They're looking for different things. They are three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Michael Cohen out there again today. And boy, he's interesting Michael Cohen said on Twitter, he acted at the direction of and for the sole benefit of President Trump after the Wall Street Journal reported he hired a small technology firm to rig online polls ahead of the presidential campaign. The firm's owner claimed Cohen stiffed him on most of the Bill. That'll prosecutors have said Cohen sought reimbursement from the Trump organization for fifty thousand dollars worth of technology services. But the nature of those services had not been disclosed the same article said Cohen also asked the firm to create a Twitter account for him to promote Cohen as a sex symbol. So awesome. We're going to set one up chicks. They Chad at Chad. Promoting as a sex symbol. Goodness me. What does he think of himself like what goes through his mind? Hey, anyway, you guys could set up something where like people really like me, and I'm like super loved, and, you know, you give me a bunch of likes and just is awesome. You Photoshop my head into other people's bodies. I want women to really just admire my sexiness. He is he's worried about testifying in public. I would be too this alone right here. Is the reason that no matter what you say from here on out or you said before I can't even buy it. Even if it's all true because you're an idiot three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us love hearing from you. How many days do you think the shut on the shutdown will go on? I put it at about forty three days. What's your gas tax program? You can tweet at us as well. At Chad Benson show. We don't have the CIA chick chat yet. We'll get that soon. Should it be non gender specific individuals dig Chad? That just seems like a long arduous thing to type out. We'll just stick with chick three three three three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow Twitter. Blink home security is incredible. I've got the blink home security is easy to set up. No wires anything like that. Boom. Download the smartphone app. So I can check on see what my lizards are doing. Because they I always tend to think that when I leave the house, it's like the movie the secret life of pets like they get out there doing stuff and smoking cigarettes, or whatever. But I love that part of it. But I also like the fact that the house is protected right that when I'm home, and I don't have to worry about you know, what's going on. It is absolutely protected from from top to bottom. And when I'm gone that my goodies are protected as well your family's important. Your stuff is important you work hard for it protected. The right way, get blink easy. Just easy. Use indoor outdoor cameras, right? So they're motion activated sets up in minutes. I don't like setup. It was easy to do. Two AA batteries lasts up to two years. And like I say the live feed monitor option to look.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"To this. Zero carbon emissions. No use of fossil fuels within twelve years. That is oh, it's Embiid. The electric art. It's going to require a lot of rapid change that we don't even conceive as possible right now. What is the problem with trying to push our technological capacities to the furthest extent possible? This would require them raising taxes, there's an element where. Yeah, there's people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes Jewish specific on the tax rate. You look at our tax rates back in the sixties. And when you have a progressive tax rates system your tax rate. Let's say from zero to seventy five thousand dollars may be ten percent or fifteen percents et cetera. But once you get to tippy tops. On your ten million dollar. I sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars taxed at an extremely high rate. But it means that as you climb up this ladder, you should be contributing more. Would you are talking? They're just big picture is radical agenda compared to the way politics is done right now. Well, I think that it only has ever been radicals that have changed this country. Abraham LINCOLN the radical decision to signed the emancipation proclamation. Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the radical decision to embark on establishing programs like social security that is radical. Would you? Call yourself a radical. Yeah. You know, if that's what radical means. Call me around. That's what a radical means. And call me a radical. If that's what being a radical means, then call me a radical. It's incredible. You know, something else that that just came out a moment ago is Democrats have been saying they're in favor of a steel fence, but they're not in favor of a concrete wall. And they that's been something they've been fighting ever saying we can't afford to build the concrete wall. New estimates just released that a border fence would be thirty six million per mile steel fence that they are now saying they want is fifty nine billion total. That means to put it in perspective. It would be a overrun of about fifty percent to do still fence that they say is better for us than a actual wall. And the only reason why they don't want to go the walls because it's something again, Donald Trump said build a wall. And now, they say, no, we're not going to give you a wall. We're gonna make you do still.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fostering, everybody having to drive an electric art. It's going to require a lot of rapid change that we don't even conceive as possible right now. What is the problem with trying to push our technological capacities to the furthest extent possible? This would require the raising taxes there's an element where. Yeah, there's people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes juvie specific on the tax rate. You look at our tax rates back in the sixties. And when you have a progressive tax rate system your tax rate. You know, let's say from zero to seventy five thousand dollars may be ten percent or fifteen percents et cetera. But once you get to tippy tops. On your ten million dollar. I sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars taxed at an extremely high rate. But it means that as you climb up this ladder, you shouldn't be contributing more. What you are talking. Just big picture is a radical agenda compared to the way politics is done right now. Well, I think that it only has ever been radicals that have changed this country. Abraham LINCOLN made the radical decision to sign the mat-su patient proclamation. Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the radical decision to embark on establishing programs like social security that is radical. Do you? Call yourself a radical. Yeah. You know, if that's what radical means call me route. If that's what being a radical means. Call me a radical. So we don't have the money for protecting and defending our border, but we do have the money. We have every time we need for. Forcing United change the car that we drive. Not to mention the fact that how does anybody even afford these cars because there's virtually none of them used on the market if every single person had a buy one all the us ones disappear in a day, if you're forcing people to buy them and our our drive them. It would be it would be all new cars for most people. Most people can't afford them. Most people just cannot afford them. So then what happens? I mean. Then what.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Carbon emissions. No use of fossil fuels within twelve years. That is. It's ambitious posturing everybody helping to drive an electric car. It's going to require a lot of rapid change that we don't even conceive as possible right now. What is the problem with trying to push our technological capacities to the furthest extent possible? This would require the raising taxes there's an element where. Yeah, there's people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes juvie specific on the tax rate. You look at our tax rates back in the sixties. And when you have a progressive tax rates system your tax rate. You know, let's say from zero to seventy five thousand dollars may be ten percent or fifteen percents et cetera. But once you get to tippy tops. On your ten million dollar. I sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars taxed at an extremely high rate. But it means that as you climb up this ladder, you shouldn't be contributing more. What you are talking. They're just big picture is radical agenda compared to the way politics is done right now. Well, I think that it only has ever been radicals that have changed this country. Abraham LINCOLN radical decision to sign. The emancipation proclamation. Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the radical decision to embark on establishing programs like social security that is radical. Do you? Call yourself a radical. Yeah. You know, if that's what radical means, call me rat. If that's what it means to be a radical, then call me a radical. This is insanity. This is absolute insanity. I mean, dating you listen to this. It's nuts. Yeah. It's pretty crazy. But you know, you think about it from her perspective. She has this romanticize socialistic idea how the world should be. And she, you know, so if the poor can't afford, a an electric car, no problem will provide it like a cell phone. The government. We'll just take the money from everybody that's working and give it to those. They can't afford it..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Twelve years guaranteeing every American a job at a fair wage zero carbon emissions no use of fossil fuels within twelve years. That is the goal. It's ambitious Aaron pasta. Everybody having to drive an electric cart. It's going to require a lot of rapid change that we don't even conceive passable right now, what is the problem with trying to push our technological capacities to the furthest extent possible. This would require the raising taxes there's an element where. Yeah, there people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes Jewish specific on the tax rate. You look at our tax rates back in the sixties. And when you have a progressive tax rates system your tax rate. You know, let's say from zero to seventy five thousand dollars may have been ten percent or fifteen percents et cetera. But once you get to the tippy tops on your ten million dollar as sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars are taxed at an extremely high rate. But it means that as you climb up this ladder. You should be contributing more. What you're talking about? Just big picture is a radical agenda compared to the way politics is done right now. Well. I think that it only has ever been radicals that have changed this country. Abraham LINCOLN made the radical decision to sign. The emancipation proclamation. Franklin Delano Roosevelt made the radical decision to embark on establishing programs like social security. Do you? Call yourself a radical. Yeah. You know, if that's what radical means call me a radical. Hello..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760

"Courtroom zero to seventy five thousand dollars may be team percents. A central are made to tippy tops at hippie. Dollar as sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars taxed at an extremely high rate. But it means that as you climb up this ladder, you should be contributing more a dummy, I know the most you've ever done in your life is served drinks in a bar, and I met some very nice bartenders. But, you know, high finance requires more than adding up your tips at the end of the night. Let me tell you something occasional cortex if you start doing this the people who are very productive. They'll stop producing and you'll wind up eating the animals in the Bronx zoo, stupid, just stupid. It's astounding to me K K A T and Utah Aaron line one welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Hello, Dr savage. I just wanted to call and let you know that as a as a millennial. I love your careful master word sniffing. Don't get a lot of time to call. You got you. But or even a listen, I work, you know, imagine that as a millennial but of your books, and yeah, what love you, Dr savage. Well, you're going to be able to listen to me when ever you want with the podcast. You can just download it. You know that? That's true. I'm excited about that December. So in other words, you get home from work you smoke, a joint, you have a beer, and you're listening to my podcast. Ha ha ha. Yes, sir. All right. Thank you so much for calling so much for calling Stephen w j J F line. Go ahead. Please. Yeah. Mr. savage Steve here calling in. I just heard you on the radio Dane swearing in of congressman not using a bible. But on the Koran was anti American and seems to be on your basis.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"Beck program. Tripoli seventy BBC k now we we may not be all excited about Alexandria, Cossio Cortez's dancing on the rooftop, but you can get excited. I think about her green plan, which is just this fantastic. She wants to she wants to retrofit all American homes and businesses with with wind and solar panels. So you have to do that you have to because otherwise it's going to kill the planet. We just we can't keep using fossil fuels anyway, she's talking about this. And and outlaying some of this on an upcoming sixty sixty minutes interview. I think is this Sunday night. We're going to see this. Snippet zero carbon emissions no use of fossil fuels within twelve years. That is the goal Tim vicious that everybody happening to drive an electric car. It's going to require a lot of rapid change that we don't even conceive as possible right now. True. What is the problem with trying to push our technological capacities to the furthest extent possible? This would require the raising taxes there's an element where. Yeah, there people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes juvie specific tax rate. You look at our tax rates back in the sixties. And when you have a progressive tax rates system your tax rate. Let's say from zero to seventy five thousand dollars may be ten percent or fifteen percents et cetera. But once you get to a tippy tops. On your ten million dollar as sometimes you see tax rates highest sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars are taxed at an extremely high rate. But it means that as you climb up this ladder, you should be contributing more. Would you are talking? They're just big picture is radical agenda compared to the way politics is done right now. Well, I think that it has ever been radicals that have changed this country. Abraham LINCOLN made the radical decision to sign the emancipation proclamation. Franklin Roosevelt made the radical decision to embark on establishing programs like social security that is rash. Bad radical. Yeah. You know, if that's what radical means. Call me a radical though, she's a radical. Oh, you're a radical stance. If radical means ABRAHAM LINCOLN, call me, a radical. Yeah. Okay. Got it got it, by the way tax rates nineteen sixty three. For example, ninety one percent was the top rate. Just the ninety one percent of all of your other. There's your fair share of your income only if you're wealthy at the top ninety one percent does that. I mean, again, she's she's determining the period. She says it does go down to seventy seven percent though that.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for joining us, America. We're glad you're here. Eric is with us in New York City. Hi, eric. How are you? Dave, how are you? Pleasure. Speak with you you too, sir. How can I help? Okay. About a month ago? I lost my job. Fifteen years. And I found out that my wife had seventy five thousand dollars in hitting credit card debt. Ouch. Yeah. Ouch. So what are we doing? It's been really rough bet about why was she hiding credit card debt. She said she was doing it for us. You know, kind of we were living a lifestyle we were making, you know, like seventy four thousand dollars a year combined, but we were living like we were making, you know, more hundred and fifty thousand. Yeah. So she's she was handling all the bills, and you weren't helping at all. That's correct. Sarah. Just giving her my paycheck at the end of each week. And that was like that for the last twenty years. Okay. Well, I guess that changes now, which is already changed to the two of you working together. Yep. So the good news is she didn't hide it maliciously. She hit it because she wasn't very good at handling money or saying no to the family by herself, and you left her to that task alone. And so you're at fault. And so is she, but we'll get through this. So what did you used to make at your job? I mean, forty seven thousand a year and she made thirty she gets the full benefits for us to help benefits. Good and she's still working. Yes, sir. Good and you've been out of work for a month. One month. Okay. So how's the job hunt? Coming. It's rough. I mean, I really. Out of work years and years ago. I found a job in two days, and it's just been really rough. Yeah. What do you do? Sales sales. Good. I know you're going to say that good. That's the best thing that they right? Yeah. You can tell you can do anything. Yeah. You've heard me say that then I'm a big believer. I mean were you good at selling? Yes, sir. Okay. Why were you only making forty seven? I think he just had a lot to do with the job that I was at. I probably I probably should have branched out a lot longer ago. Yeah myself, but I didn't this is a huge blessing. God pushed you out of the net. Flyleaf illegal. Yes, sir. Yeah. I mean, so what is it? You're going to sell that's a lot better product. And that pays a lot better commission, and you can sell a lot more of. Like make twice what you used to make lots of salespeople. Lots of salespeople make six figures. What were you selling fruit? Fly question for you. What was I selling? Yeah..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Joining us, America. We're glad you're here. Eric is with us in New York City. Hi, eric. How are you? Dave. How are you? Pleasure. Speaking with you you too, sir. How can I help? Okay. About a month ago? I lost my job of fifteen years. And I found out that my wife had seventy five thousand dollars in hitting credit card debt. Ouch. Yeah. Couch. So what are we doing? It's been really rough bet about why was she hiding credit card debt. She said she was doing it for us. You know, kinda we were living lifestyle we were making, you know, like seventy four thousand dollars a year combined, but we were living like we were making, you know, more than fifty thousand. Yeah. So she's she was handling all the bills, and you weren't helping at all. That's correct, Sarah. I was doing was just giving her my paycheck at the end of each week. And that was like that for the last twenty years. Okay. Well, I guess that changes now, which it should it already changed to the two of you working together. Yup. So the good news. She didn't hide it maliciously. She hit it because she wasn't very good at handling money or saying no to the family by herself, and you left her to that task alone. And so you're at fault. And so is she, but we'll get through this. So what did you used to make at your job? I mean, forty seven thousand a year and she made thirty and she gets the full benefits for us the health benefits. Good and she's still working. Yes, sir. Good and you've been out of work for a month. One month. Okay. So how's the job hunt? Coming. It's rough. I mean, I really. The last time I was out of work years and years ago, I found a job in two days, and it's just been really rough. Yeah. What do you do? Sales. Sales. Good. Yeah. I knew you're going to say that good. That's the best thing that they right? Yeah. You can tell you can do anything. Yeah. You've heard me say that then I'm a big believer in. I mean were you good at selling? Yes, sir. Okay. Why are you only making forty seven? I think he just had a lot to do with the job that I was at. Now, I probably should have branched out a lot longer ago myself, but I didn't this is a huge blessing. God pushed you out of the net. Flyleaf illegal. Yes, sir. Yeah. I mean, so what is it? You're going to sell. That's a lot better product in that pays a lot better commission, and you can sell a lot more of. Like make twice what you used to make lots of people lots of sales people make six figures. What were you selling fruit? Fly question for you. What was I selling? Yeah. Okay. Okay. Good in your questions. What then? Well, my question for you is is that my only way out of this is I mean, the only thing I can think of is a cash-out refi. I have currently seventy thousand dollars of equity in my home ain't got. Well, you can't borrow your way out of debt. You gotta earn your way out of it. I think your best way out of it as your career shift. I go back to our original conversation. You know, you sell cars. Why did you lose your job? The business was not doing well at all. Okay. Carpet seller, Newport, smaller family owned dealership. Yeah. You're selling new cars, though. No used car, sir. Okay. All right. Well, I mean cars are selling like crazy right now. It's a wonderful business. The car business is booming dealers are making more than they've ever made anywhere right now all of them I'm talking to her smiling. So I'm shocked that if you've been selling cars all those years, you can't land something selling cars. There's gotta be somebody hiring. Well, I'm every day. I'm out there with the nice clothes on and I'm going place to place. So I'm hoping something soon. To car dealers. Yes, sir. Okay. All right. Well, the other thing I would do then is expand my horizons and say what can I what else could I sell if I wasn't so cars, what can I sell and that would make me more money? Because again, if you if the net result of this is you're out of work for a month and a half, which you're gonna be by now by the time this all settles in and the net result is that you move from forty seven to seventy seven on up to one hundred over time that is a wonderful net result agreed. Agreed. And you find this that your family was out of control financially. And now you're gonna help your wife and the two of you are going to work together to form a plan that we both stick to living on less than we make you can work your way out of debt. I'll help you do that. That's what we show people. How to do every day here you can do this? But right now, you just got to you got punched in the mouth and in the gut. I mean, you got you lost your job punch, then your wife comes and goes, oh, by the way, we got seventy five thousand dollars debt. Oh crap. And so you're feeling like a country song right now, man. I mean, you feel like everything that can go wrong. Well, right. Keep the dog on the street. You know, I mean things are bad it. You're kind of that's how you're feeling and that's that's a normal set of a motion to have in this situation. But I'm sitting on the outside of all those emotions going to. This may be the best thing that ever happened to you the next twenty years of your life could really be incredible. I mean, you could really make. More money and be in better control, financially and Bill more wealth than you've ever built by the fact, you fix these two things the overspending and out of control working with your wife instead of just tossing the checkout her and. Getting an income up because your career changed. This is awesome. This is great. It's gonna turn out awesome. Is it gonna be is the next twelve months going to be a pain in the butt? Yep. The next twelve months is going to be a pain in the butt. But at least it's going somewhere. I think you're going to be in fine shape. You need some help on the getting out of that thing when you land your new job, you give me a yellow I'll walk with you on it, dude. You can do it Thomas is in Chicago. Hi thomas. How're you? Hey, Dave, thanks for taking my call Sherman. What's up, I'm doing well.

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Join the conversation talk six fifty K S T E. Thanks for joining us, America. We're glad you're here. Eric is with us in New York City. Hi, eric. How are you? Dave. How are you? Pleasure speaking with you too, sir. How can I help? Okay. A month ago? I lost my job. Fifteen years. And I've found out that my wife had seventy five thousand dollars in hitting credit card debt. Ouch. Yeah. Ouch. So what are we doing? It's it's been really rough bet about why was she hiding credit card debt. She said she was doing it for us. You know, we were living a lifestyle we were making, you know, like seventy four thousand dollars a year combined, but we were living like we were making, you know, more hundred and fifty thousand. Yeah. So she's she was handling all the bills, and you weren't helping at all. That's correct, Sarah. What I was doing was just giving her my paycheck at the end of each week. And that was like that for the last twenty years. Okay. Well, I guess that changes now, which is already changed to the two of you working together. Yup. So the good news is she didn't hide it maliciously. She hit it because she wasn't very good at handling money are saying no to the family by herself, and you left her to that task alone. And so you're at fault. And so is she, but we'll get through this. So what did you used to make your job? I mean, forty seven thousand a year and she made thirty gets the full benefits for us to health benefits. Good and she's still working. Yes, sir. Good and you've been out of work for a month. One month. Okay. So how's the job hunt? Coming. It's rough. I mean, I really. Last time I was out of work years and years ago, I found a job in two days, and it's just been really rough. Yeah. What do you do? Sales sales. Good. I knew you were going to say that good. It's the best thing to do. Right. Yeah. You can tell even do anything. Yeah. You've heard me say that then and I'm a big believer in. I mean were you good at selling? Yes, sir. Okay. Why are you only making forty seven? I think he just had a lot to do with the job that I was at. I probably now I probably should have branched out a lot longer ago. Yeah myself, but I didn't this this huge blessing. God pushed you out of the net flying illegal. Yes, sir. Yeah. I mean, so what is it? You're going to sell. That's a lot better product in that pays a lot better commission, and you can sell a lot more of. Like make twice what you used to make lots of salespeople lots of sales people make six figures. What were you selling before question for you? What was I selling? Yeah..

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"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Thanks for joining us, America. We're glad you're here. Eric is with us in New York City. Hi, eric. How are you? Dave, how are you? Pleasure speak with you too, sir. How can I help? Okay, months ago. I lost my job of fifteen years. And I found out that my wife had seventy five thousand dollars in hitting credit card debt. Out. Yeah. Ouch. So what are we doing? Been really rough a bit about why was she hiding credit card debt? She said she was doing it for us. You know, kind of we were living the lifestyle we were making, you know, like seventy four thousand dollars a year combined, but we were living like we were making, you know, more hundred and fifty thousand so she's she was handling all the bills, and you weren't helping at all. That's correct, Sarah. I was doing was just giving her my paycheck at the end of each week. And that was like that for the last twenty years. Well, I guess that changes now, which it should it's already changed the two of you working together. Yup. So the good news is she didn't hide it maliciously. She hit it because she wasn't very good at handling money or saying no to the family by herself, and you left her to that task alone. And so you're at fault. And so is she, but we'll get through this. So what did you used to make at your job? I mean, forty seven thousand a year and she made thirty gets the full benefits for us to health benefits. Good and she's still working. Yes, sir. Good and you've been out of work for a month one month. Okay. So how's the job hunt coming how? How it's rough. I mean, I really the last time I was out of work years and years ago, I found a job in two days. And it's just been really rough. What do you do? Failed sales. Good. I know I knew you're going to say that good. It's the best thing that they right? Yeah. You can tell you can do anything. Yeah. You've heard me say that then and I'm a big believer in. I mean were you good at selling? Yes, sir. Why are you only making forty seven? I think it just had a lot to do with the job that I was at probably know, it probably should have branched out a lot longer ago myself, but I didn't this is a huge blessing. God pushed you the net. Fly legal. Yes, sir. Yeah. I mean, so what is it? You're going to sell..

Sarah Eric New York City America Dave seventy five thousand dollars seventy four thousand dollars fifteen years twenty years one month two days