19 Burst results for "Seventy One Hundred Dollars"

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The Dave Ramsey show. Thank you. How are you? Better than I deserve. What's up? In February my husband, and I read your book and between March and June. We had baby step one gun, and we completed baby step two by paying off our five thousand dollar credit card. And. Yeah. So we've been cash flowing some urging items that we knew we had coming up. So we will be done saving up for all of those urgent things by the middle of next month. And we kind of we're wondering where we should go from there. We know we have baby step three, however twelve years ago. We were in young. And we bought this house that were in while still owning a previous house. So we use an eighty twenty mortgage, which I know was an awful idea. So we have the equity line, which is that twenty percent of the mortgage. And we were wondering if we should treat the twin the equity line as part of the consumer debt and pay it off like we were doing baby step to treat it like it's baby step three b as if it was the twenty percent of a down payment for a house or just put it towards baby step six and just work on it alongside four or five insects. Gotcha. What we teach in financial peace university. And in the total money makeover is it's either baby step two or six and the way we decide is the size of the loan relative to your income. What is the loan balance on the on the second mortgage? Thirty three thousand two hundred nineteen which your household income. Fifty thousand five hundred eighty baby steps six. Okay. And here's the way, we determined that is it more than half, your annual income, and it is and so it sits in baby steps six. Now, what you may want to look at or what you do want to look at is the terms on that second mortgage are pretty crummy usually the interest rate the time, and you know, whether they've got a call balloon on it or whatever. What is the interest rate on it? Eight point six eight now, that's what I mean. And your first mortgage, and what is your loan amount on your first mortgage, one hundred forty seven thousand okay. And what's your interest rate on it? Three percents. Okay. It's probably about a break, even but you can run some numbers out to be sure. The basically because of the high interest rate of the second even though your first mortgage would increase in interest rate. It might be wise to think about refinancing and putting them together. Okay. I'm getting a new first mortgage on a fifteen year from is interest rates are more like four and a half, not three. Okay. And so by the time, we bump one hundred fifty two four and a half. It may offset what you would have saved dropping eight down to four and a half on thirty three. You see what I'm talking about? So let's you're at you're at a flat three. Yeah. Let me just do it. I can do it right here. All right. So that's forty five hundred a year. And. Eight you said on thirty three is twenty six hundred a year. Put it all in the calculator here. All right. So you're paying seventy one hundred dollars a year in interest today. And if we took a hundred eighty three and we said five that would be fifty nine hundred. So you actually would save money. You're currently paying seventy one hundred between your first and your second. We add them together. Okay. And go back and check those numbers because it did it live on the radio in front of fifteen million. People could have messed up. So but. But I think I was right. So I took your interest rate times your first mortgage balance. I think I got forty five hundred I took your interest rate times your second mortgage balance. I think I got twenty six hundred for a total of seventy one hundred dollars a year. You follow me? Yes. That's what you're paying. Now were you to refinance the total of one hundred and eighty three Virginia. Try transit week is September seventeenth through September twenty first. Visit try.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Down payment for a house or just put it towards baby step six and just work on it alongside four, five and six. What we teach in financial university and in the total money makeover is it's either baby step two or six. And the way we decide is the size of the loan relative to your income. What is the loan balance on the on? The second mortgage. Thirty three thousand two hundred nineteen which were household income. Fifty thousand five hundred eighty by step six. Okay. Here's the way we determined that. Is it more than half your annual income and it is, and so it sits by step six. Now what you may wanna look at or what you do want to look at is the terms on that second mortgage are pretty crummy. Usually the interest rate that time, and you know whether they've got a call or balloon on it or whatever. What is the interest rate on it? Eight point six eight. Now that's what I mean. And your first mortgage, what is your loan amount on your first mortgage. One hundred forty, seven thousand what your interest rate on it, three percent. Okay. It's probably about a break even, but you can run some numbers out to be sure. Basically because of the high interest rate of the second. Even though your first mortgage would increase in interest rate, it might be wise to think about refinancing and putting them together. Okay. And getting a new first mortgage on a fifteen year from his current interest rates are more like four and a half, not three. Okay. And so by the time we bump one hundred fifty two, four and a half. It may offset what you would have saved, dropping eight down to four and a half on thirty three. You see what I'm talking about. So let's you're you're at a flat three. Yeah. Well, let me just do it. I can do it right here. All right. So that's forty. Five hundred a year and. Eight you said on thirty three is twenty six hundred year and just play. I remember I remember put it all in the calculator here. All right. So you're paying seventy one hundred dollars a year in interest today. And if we took a hundred and eighty three and we said five, that would be fifty nine hundred. So you actually would save money. You're currently paying seventy one hundred between your first and your second. We add them together. Okay, go back and check those numbers because it did it live on the radio in front of fifteen million. People could messed up so, but. But I think I was right. So I took your interest rate times your first mortgage balance. I think I got forty. Five hundred. Took your interest rate times your second mortgage balance. I.

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James Corden, Brian and Vegas discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

James Corden, Brian and Vegas discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Here's my question. If they have one hundred forty people in the corral they're going to do a concert and to split the proceeds. Ten bucks. Ten? Awesome. That's a show I would wanna see in Vegas not like a ten year old singing show tunes if they win a million dollars in the lottery, they each seventy one hundred dollars on the show I get if they win it or in the lottery, if they win a million dollars each get seven thousand dollars. All right. Let's use a lot of money. Let's move over to James. Courtney. James corden last night went to go visit the backstreet boys at their Las Vegas residency show when he figured, hey, let me give someone the the night off. So he chose Brian to take the night off and he was going to replace Brian on stage when they did their show that night tell us. So he performed the first song thought it was the only song, and then he retired after that..

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You i'm on baby step number two and i've been hitting hitting it pretty hard and i paid off about seventy one hundred dollars in debt just last month but i have this calling that started about two months ago a starting my own online business and had done some budgeting fortinet looks like an initial investment is going to be between three to four thousand dollars why i know so i what i want to do is publish a few different box and then sell them online and then eventually grow the business and have a lot of different folks on resources online that's kind of what i've antiquated right now and i'm wondering familiar with on demand printing i am not you it's a little expensive per unit but until you've sold some books i'm more concerned that you don't build up a bunch of inventory of something you've never sold yet right so if you have some books that you want to write and put out i would just do them as on demand meaning you can actually set up with an on demand print shop to print the book and mail it to your customer oh okay one of the time okay and that way you don't have to preorder a bunch of them now again you're gonna pay double for them what you would pay if you ordered ten thousand bucks but i don't want you ordering ten thousand bucks when you have sold anything right yeah that's a good point while you're getting out of debt you know and so you can do that you can actually do it with amazon if you want to set it up that way they'll do it and there'd be deals not half bad and they'll post the book on amazon for sale as well if you want them to now they take a cut out of everything amazon keep that in mind but but it's a pretty cool on demand print fulfillment system all in one stop shop.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm on baby step number two and i've been hitting hitting it pretty hard on i paid off about seventy one hundred dollars in debt jeff last month but i have the calling that started about two months ago of starting my own online business and had done some budgeting for it and it looks like an initial investments going to be between three to four thousand dollars why i obviously so i i wanted to do is publish a few different books and then sell them online and then eventually grow the business and have a lot of different folks on in resources online that's kind of what i'd anticipated great now and i'm wondering familiar with on demand printing i am not okay it's a little expensive per unit but until you've sold some books i'm more concerned that you don't build up a bunch of inventory of something you've never sold yet right so if you have some books that you want to write and put out i would just do them on demand meaning you can actually setup with an on demand printshop to print the book and mail it to your customer oh okay one of the time okay and that way you don't have to preorder a bunch of them now again you're gonna pay double for them what you would pay if you ordered ten thousand bucks sure but i don't want you ordering ten thousand bucks when you have sold aiming right yeah that's a good point while you're getting out of debt you know and so you can do that you can actually do it with amazon if you want to set it up that way they'll do it and there'd be deals not half bad and they'll post the book on amazon for sale as well if you want them to now they take a cut out of everything they're amazon keep that in mind but but it's a pretty cool on demand print fulfillment system all in one stop shop.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And i've been hitting hitting it pretty hard and i paid off that seventy one hundred dollars in debt jeff last month but i have this calling that started about two months ago a starting my own online business and had done some budgeting for it and it looks like an initial investments going to be between three to four thousand dollars why i obviously so i what i wanted to do is publish a few different books and then sell them online eventually grow the business and have a lot of different folks i'm in resources online kind of what i'd anticipated great now and i'm wondering familiar with on demand printing i am not you it's a little expensive per unit but until you've sold some books i'm more concerned that you don't build up a bunch of inventory of something you've never sold yet right so if you have some books that you want to write and put out i would just do them as on demand meaning you can actually set up with an on demand print shop to print the book and mail it to your customer okay one of the time and that way you don't have to preorder a bunch of them now again you're gonna pay double for them what you would pay if you ordered ten thousand bucks sure but i don't want you ordering ten thousand books from the ever sold anything yet right yeah that's a good point while you're getting out of debt you know and so you can do that you can actually do with amazon if you want to set it up that way they'll do it and there'd be deals not half bad and they'll post the book on amazon for sale as well if you want them to now they take a cut out of everything they're amazon keep that in mind but but it's a pretty cool on demand print fulfillment system all in one stop shop.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You david how are you better than i deserve what's up i have a question for you on baby step number two and i've been hitting cutting it pretty hard and i paid off about seventy one hundred dollars in debt just last month but i have this calling that started about two months ago a starting my own online business and had done some budgeting for looks like an initial investments going to be between three to four thousand dollars why i know show i what i wanted to do is publish a few different books and then sell them online and then eventually grow the business and have a lot of different folks i'm in resources online kind of what i've anticipated right now and i'm wondering are you familiar with on demand printing i am not you it's a little expensive per unit but until you've sold some books i'm more concerned that you don't build up a bunch of inventory of something you've never sold yet right so if you have some books that you want to write and put out i would just do them as on demand meaning you can actually set up with an on demand print shop to print the book and mail it to your customer okay one of the time and that way you don't have to preorder a bunch of them now again you're gonna pay double for them what you would pay if you order ten thousand bucks sure but i don't want you ordering ten thousand bucks when you have sold anything yet right yeah that's a good point while you're getting out of debt you know and so you can do that you can actually deal with amazon if you want to set it up that way they'll do it and there'd be deals not half bad and they'll post the book on amazon for sale as well if you want them to now they take a cut out of everything they're amazon keep that in mind but but it's a pretty cool on demand print fulfillment system all in one stop shop.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"Sized for quite lot was that your company's going up in flames you're you're losing a billion of quarter tesla at you already have seven other companies and now you're going to tweet about starting at candy company and in the last few days he really has stayed off twitter so maybe there's a good message that got through to him yeah that's also good comms work you know if you're if you're working in communications at a company the first thing you got to say to your to your ceo no matter who it is say the hell off twitter because yeah 'cause the things that that seemed funny one context look so painfully stupid and oblivious in in so many other ones in in in in most certainly you know he looked boris he he looked like someone who who was deeply deeply out of touch with with reality and it's it's not a good look and i think the big thing that happened though this week nick is that tesla went from being value you'd and considered like a tech company to being considered like a car company which is not really the world they wanna be in what do you think yeah i mean look they're valued had talked to an investor who said to me if you would value tesla as a car company it would be valued at around seventy one hundred dollars a share it is around three hundred dollars a share and based on that value your value to detect company and as techni of you're gonna do that then you really valuing as an eel must you take ilan out of it you literally pulling two thirds of the market cap of this company off the table billion tens of billions of dollars and and i think you know ilan come out a couple of times and said he said in two thousand fifteen i believe it was that he expects tesla to be worth the same amount of apple by twenty twenty five at the time apple was worth two seven hundred something billion today apple is worth.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on WLOB

"Of america coffee that folks love so much it's all there by the way knockout it's something i never plug very rarely and it is now our third best selling product i looked at it and said how much does melatonin the the the normal five milligrams or whatever how much does that normally cost when i'm being bought for nineteen ninetyfive or how much is it the average bottle money will cost of organic source there's about a dollar talk to a top factory i said well what about mixed l trip to fan with valerian root and a good dose of melatonin and lemon balm extract and camomile at a bunch of other things known for good healthy restaurants sleep they should know it all goes together healthy it's all just food things and i said well i'm gonna call it knockout we first tested it no one i know says anything works better not even prescription you've seen my my my lawyer randall wilhite doesn't drink doesn't smoke none of that names of the family court book here in texas he helps write the law for the legislature in one other lawyer so you want the top state on that be racehorse haynes his protege criminal lawyer and he said i sleep studies i took four different drugs could sleep with for years i stayed up working overnight he said he said now ladies and gentlemen he should i take one of these and i have eight nine hours sleep it's changed my life and he did a commercial for us about it that's how good knockout is and see that's how i think also for nineteen ninetyfive and you'll get your sixty seven things in it same does it would cost you fifty sixty seventy one hundred dollars to get all these things together.

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Tech billionaire says his plan to break up California ready for voters

Ethan Bearman

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Tech billionaire says his plan to break up California ready for voters

"A cumulus station reuben foster will be arraigned this afternoon on felony domestic violence and other charges he was arrested two months ago following a domestic dispute involving his girlfriend he allegedly left her bruised with a ruptured eardrum if convicted foster will face eleven years in prison the effort to split california has qualified for the ballot in november as we hear from jim roope cal three as the initiative is dubbed would split california into california southern california and northern california or any or all three can pick new names it's a scaled back version of tech billionaire tim draper's plan to split the state six ways he says right now one california is mismanaged stu big to diverse in population economics and resources to he says have one disconnected governor bill there has to be something fundamental that change initiative he says has gathered nearly twice the required number of signatures signaling wide support still however if voters pass it congress will have to approve the split jim roope los angeles car break ins are as communist starbucks san francisco but leaders are now trying to curb the problem san francisco mayor mark farrell and police chief bill scott say they are boosting efforts to collect fingerprints at crime scenes the are also rolling out in awareness campaign with the phrase if you love it don't leave it san francisco averaged more than eighty car break ins every day last year however the percentage of break ins drop by double digits the first part of this year thanks to added foot patrols and the creation of a centralized investigative team airbnb is stepping up to help out a wheel of fortune contestant who lost seventy one hundred dollars a trip to spain with a simple mispronunciation north carolina resident johnny knowles mispronounced flamenco airbnb is giving knowles.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Says local and state agencies are working together to stop it not only to investigate these this type of activity but also ensure that we get some prosecution out of it as well durant says people that get stuck behind these racist should call nine one one and give as much info as they can both say drivers and spectators can now be charged with crimes corbin carson kfi news officials in inglewood say they're getting bullied over plans for a new arena for the clippers the madison square garden company sued the city to block new stadium the company owns the forum mayor james butts says the lawsuit is a sham what they did was malicious and defamatory the possible site for the new clippers rena is about a mile from the forum la has a safe place to talk race city council president her western says a thousand people will have dinner next week to chat about sensitive racial issues we all have to live together and we need to figure out a way to do that so hopefully what we can do is it night a national conversation on race people were chosen by lottery for the free dinners the meals will be hosted all over the city as part of the embrace l a initiative a man has won the virginia state lottery for a second time he bought a scratcher and one two hundred thousand dollars he won two hundred thousand bucks at a scratch off ticket back at oh four that time he shared his winnings with his family and he says he will do that again a wheel of fortune contestant has lost seventy one hundred dollars for not quite knowing his spanish all the letters were filled in last night spelling out flamenco dance lessons mingo dance lessons sorry ashley it's your turn.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Fine on a caller uh seventy eight thousand in student loans and then not thinking like eight thousand solvent medical that i'm so i'm i'm looking at it probably about a three and a half four years at the current rate and i'm also actively seeking uh waited make that shorter derek cells like you get it man that's awesome after consolidation is not going to be what uh what gets you out of this mess it's going to be not consolidation but debt elimination even if you transfer this over the different interest rate you still got a adding that you've got a right that right yeah italy if not the big pick lion i got that in my mind but the be hoping in game is to discover freedom from this credit card debt and and then and then right that a close them down just like i had done i've done poor cards already porcar drought justin last month we'll good i think what you're modeling for everyone listening in is a tenacity get after it and trying to see how you can get out you know you're not try to maneuver debt folks you listen thinking about you know debt consolidation hear this the only reason why were four this is because we can hear the tenacity and derricks voice if we felt like he was just wanted to shift some things around and make himself feel better and have a lower payment we would say definitely no but a lot of times people think just because they're consolidating they didn't they didn't get out of debt just move their dead around so make sure you got to think about as debt elimination not debt consolidation if you've got a twenty percent interest rate on ten thousand dollars of two thousand dollars a year he's pain and often ten months the up so this is a seventeenhundred dollar transaction which is nice seventy nine hundred bucks all pike it i can probably found something to do with it but seventy one hundred dollars doesn't want solve as we are discussing here and he understands that business all one hundred ten thousand more prom but it does know is that on an hour as you're heading as long as you're part of your plan the problem is from those people do.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Again that they're fine we also just learned in apples earnings report that the company selling fewer iphones but many more expensive iphones they've they made up the revenue with high prices house sustainable is a company that's built around a product the cost of thousand dollars oh stuff is such a tough question right because eu apple is never had a strategy of trying to re you win the race to the bottom ito apples a forprofit company and they're trying to sell smartphones at a prophet so i think you know if we were to attend sitting here five or six years ago we would have said a thousand dollars for a smartphone we'd be like well that's insane that's crazy but we've been paying seventy one hundred dollars for years now so you think it work there's no reason to fear fewer iphone sales or the perception of fewer iphone sales or guidance that suggests there might be fewer iphone sales if the the prices right way i do believe it could take time for consumers to adjust to that i mean i think the the dilemma here is is a good dilemma because all of these devices are so amazing and there's so sophisticated that they eat and even the seven are still amazing devices and so i think encouraging people are helping people understand why should i get a tan if the eight also amazing it's just a harder sale and i think as we go forward and we think about why consumers are going to want to get more expensive phones with a faster processors it's really subtle you know it's like the i is better the experiences better but it's harder to articulate future sales are going to depend more on the ecosystem of devices that i already own and you know look nobody is worried about apple's longterm health right now but there have been some stumbles you know they're delaying iowa us to make sure that it's up to snuff figure they got caught up in the that this kind of scandal around slowing down phones is apple still really good at product i do believe they're still very good at product however.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"Longer trust each other so bitcoin is a protocol invented to solve them money problem that simply does not exist in the rich countries which is where most of the money is sure an anonymous way to exchange money and escaped the eyes of a corrupt government is a good thing for human rights the least ninety eight percent of mmm readers not live in countries where this is an issue so just relax lean into it and grow rich with me okay but what if bitcoin becomes the world currency the other argument for bitcoin's value is that there will only ever be twenty one million of them and they will eventually replace all other world currencies or at least become the new gold so the fundamental value is either the entire world gdp or at least the total value of all gold divided by twenty one million people then go on to say well if there's even a one percent chance that this happens bitcoin's are severely undervalued and they should really be worth like at least a quadrille ian dollars each this is not going to happen after all you can make the same argument about mr money mustaches fingernail clippings they may have no intrinsic value but at least they are in limited supply so let's use them as the new world currency why not somebody else's fingernail clippings why not one of the other 1500 cryptocurrencies shut up to seventy one hundred dollars via pay pal and i'll send you a bag of my fingernail clippings let's get this straight in order for bitcoin to be a real currency it needs several things easy and friction was trading between people to be widely accepted as legal tender for all debts public and private and a stable value that does not fluctuate otherwise it's impossible to set prices bitcoin has none of these things and even safely storing it is difficult seamount gac's bit fanatics and the various wallets and exchanges that had been hacked the second point is also critical bitcoin is only valuable if it truly becomes a critical world currency in other words if you truly need it to buy stuff and thus you need to buy coins from some other person in order to conduct important bits of world commerce the you can't do any other way right now the only people driving up the price or other speculators the bitcoin price isn't rising because peace.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Faster and it won't cost you seventy one hundred dollars one way yeah that's a great point that's pretty were so your guy that you're talking to here on this discord server which is i understand is a uh basically a series of chat rooms that that people can run and and talk in as well this dude obviously does not understand rich people many of them are wealthy and they should they share their wealth they while his tag as markets socialists so i think yes mine's a lot yeah there is no surprise there if they've got a bunch of money that usually means they're looking for something to do with it and so when somebody comes along and says hey i've got this great thing that we're doing do you want to sponsor it in a lot of cases they will and even as we talked about on sunday night with the the chapter in economics in one less than about saving you know you can put your money away in ways that make you more money but also help people as well so rich people are constantly reinvesting their money donating their money now there may be some rich person who's just sat sucked it all away underneath a mattress somewhere but i would tell you that those are the unusual characters rather than the typical ones i'd love for some guy to come to me and be like you know what i've been working in lawn care and be you know walk shoveling for eight years and i want to break out of my own business but i just need like five thousand dollar startup capital to go along with what i've got i've got this equipment i want to get better equipment i'll give you five percent for five years to pay back i would love for somebody to come to me with an offer like that so that i can help them start their own business and at the same time now i get to sit back and enjoy a residual income but that wouldn't that be more of an.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of it it also sonic um uh device if it's you know within your location or even if his coming from outside so you only need the seventy one hundred dollars device to do to detect how long would you have to bombard people roger the start making them seals sex well if you're bombarding them with microwaves it's a whole different story because you know microwaves past right to materials they're beyond is so small that uh it passes right to almost everything of course that's the reasons cell phones works so well very rarely do you get a situation where cellphone uh isn't working he even if you're in you know you can get to the point where you're even in a faraday cage and uh i've got i've been in fired it you know expensive professional faraday cage is worth there's even a crack in the door the doors and completely pulled shot you still can get connections so it's very difficult to shield itself from microwave and of course you know if the a microwave you know the uh symptoms or microwave the tax or headaches eye irritation dizziness nausea skin rash facial swelling weakness fatigue pain and joints and muscles buzzing reunion ears skin numbness abdominal pressure and pain breathing difficulties irregular heartbeat i mean there's a long litany enlist of what what happens when you get yourself exposed and of course uh th the severity has to do with the amount of power from the attack weapon which is directly or chinook do the distance between the weapon target uh let's dramatic you know i i've always wondered gene what's the mood is here and like you said why blow up buildings anymore when you need them nate rid of the people that's what they try to do well that was horrible lesson in iraq you that i i forget how much there are up to wizard two trillion dollars in terms of easy yeah of.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Retirement benefit without applying for her own and because she was born if she's going to be sixty six in 2018 that means she was born in 1950 two that means she's still old enough person that still old enough to always in his old enough she is still eligible yes she is old enough she's still eligible to do this spouse full application without applying for her own first once she gets to full retirement she's got the old rule shoes grandfathered in so the question that he really has this what's this what's the spouse will benefit based on let's assume his benefit was two thousand a month at full retirement age but because he took it early he's only getting about eighteen hundred and fifty dollars a month or so no seventy eight hundred dollars a month and so is that half of the seventy one hundred dollars his reduce benefit is it half of his poor retirement age or is it half of while other than getting when she's age when he's age sixty nine which is when she's going to start taking this well i think you're gonna like at least part of the answer jack the spousal retirement benefit is always based on the workers full retirement age benefit it doesn't matter when you took your benefit only matters that you are taking a benefit it does it you could be 62 in receiving a significantly reduce benefit and as long as she waits until she's sixty six or her full retirement age she will be eligible for about if it equal to fifty percent of your full retirement age benefit my example were full retirement age was two thousand a month but jolie receiving seventeenhundred she'll get half of the two thousand she'll get a thousand dollars a month more than half of what you're receiving right now it is a percentage of the old retirement age benefit is a percentage of what they call the primary insurance about which the full retirement him up so the fact that she's fifty percent and the only way she can.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"It's sad i recently looked at a bill for my brother and there was a seventy one hundred dollar bill and the doctor got something like her thirty bucks for that how much seventy seven seven hundred and somebody and it was one hundred thirty bucks it was sad and i thought this is why a lot of the urgent care don't even take medicare can't afford it cannot afford it so i think what we're gonna start to say perhaps is the providers so i'll take medicare but you have to pay the difference yeah i you know we we've been talking a lot the last couple of weeks about how good advice can add what we call alpha in the investment business but really a good financial planner a really good best practices financial planner needs to not only look at all in terms of the portfolio management on the tax treatment and i'll get into some of that stuff perhaps you and i can talk about that because you know about it as a cfp but to eliminate from the discussion as so many of them do maybe it's because they don't know much about healthcare i know i was fortunate i had a big enough company that i can employ people that did but but why is it that data's been kind of taboo as a discussion and i'm not talking just about longterm care they which is a big one but just health care costs in general well ray there so many reasons for that anyone you and i were together financial planning world we worked as a team of advisors we would bring in bringing the attorney ruler bringing someone who had the expertise in certain areas and essen rather than trying to wear 65 hats in you know the old jackofalltrades threatening air yeah master of learn so from that standpoint you've got financial players who are trying to cover their backsides embassy careful or not say anything they shouldn't say in in disclose everything they should in the meantime now you've got a whole new field that they're just not educated and brokerdealers don't even want to go there they're are afraid of it because there is liability there there's a search liability and it's because if you don't know what you don't know and you don't tell the cliett you're in trouble yeah i think that's that's a really really important.

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"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"seventy one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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