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In-home tests coming for Dallas residents who lack transportation

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

In-home tests coming for Dallas residents who lack transportation

"You Alan the city of Dallas's decided to move forward with a plan to provide at home tests for people who can't get to a covert nineteen testing site KRLD Stephen Pickering has the update to a story we had for you yesterday morning the city is contracting with the company to provide tests that people can administer at home council members say they're worried about people who don't have the transportation necessary to make it to one of the cities to drive through testing locations the contract is for six hundred sixty thousand dollars and will last one year the project is being funded by money the city received through a grant that was part of the cares act that was approved by Congress Stephen Pickering news radio ten eighty

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"My started as a middle class kid went to work his way through college and build a business from a single room to global he's positioning himself as a centrist who the leader in anti gun violence in climate change policy for the terrible tragedy of nine eleven three term mayor the video was full of images of Bloomberg with minority groups he pulls poorly among black and Hispanic voters largely due to the legacy of the stop and frisk policing policy in New York Steve casting down on WMAL and WMAL dot com former navy secretary Richard Spencer says he and president trump no longer share the same understanding of what Spencer called quote the key principle of good order and discipline Spencer made that claim in a letter to the president after he was fired amid a dispute over the fate of a seal accused of war crimes in Iraq trump has championed the seals case and overruled the sailors promotion and removal from the elite seal team a businessman in Geneva have purchased Adolf Hitler's top hat and other **** memorabilia to keep them out of the hands of neo **** and he'll donate them to a Jewish group of dollar tree deal of paid six hundred sixty thousand dollars for the items last week at a Munich auction intending to destroy them after reading of Jewish groups objections to the sale instead he donated the items he says I have no direct interest whatsoever I just thought it was the right thing to do checking your money the Dow opens at twenty seven eight seventy six the nasdaq eighty five twenty in sports Michael.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"A little you'll see the phone number and hours off their advice is available each week day so over the years I've talked about how insurers use credit scores is a bigger and bigger factor and how they set rates for a variety of insurance products particularly auto and homeowners now I can add to that another factor insurers are using to either stick it to people or reward them is the zip code that you live in there was a study just completed by the consumer federation of America they found an enormous differences from zip code the zip code and this is something of particular interest to me because at one point my wife and I lived in a house it was at a corner where three zip codes mapped I mean in that crazy when the postal service true the zip codes if I step one way I was in the second step code if I stepped another way I was in the third zip code and in my driveway I was in the zip code that was our official one and according to what the consumer federation of America found there can be differences of hundreds and hundreds of dollars typically four hundred dollars for taking that step across per year and what you pay for auto insurance or homeowners insurance but this is a really I shouldn't say that specifically this study was of auto insurance just stepping across the street and not all insurers do things the same way they're not a monolith but insurers routinely will use credit scores as a minor factor or a big factor in setting rates zip code is a small or big factor in setting rates and book because neither of these things have anything to do with your driving record your age male female they have nothing to do with the historical factors of setting rates it means that for the same human being the price differences from insurer to insurer are the widest gaps that have ever existed so now you could be someone who has never had a ticket hand had one in recent years my last ticket ways in nineteen ninety three I'm pretty good street carne without a ticket that I don't want that street to run out and I can't remember the last time I was in an accident there is a long time anyway so those things how I drive you think that would be how will be determined what I'm gonna pay but that credit score is gonna be giant with many insurers and the zip code a little giant so for you shopping around where you already know what kind of driver you are you just need to quote the same level of coverages that you have now and by the way raise that deductible when you go to shop typically do a thousand dollars you may say Hey we're not gonna do I don't have a thousand dollars and something goes wrong well here's the thing you make small claims on auto insurance you now have a mark of shame it makes it difficult for you to shop around and is likely to lead to big increases in the premiums you pay with who you're than stock with so you want to use auto insurance when you got something relatively bigger but you have to deal with not something relatively small because they'll burn you when you make that small claim worse even with homeowners insurance but you raise that deductible and if you have a lot of assets you own your home free and clear which like a third of people do you've got things that are of value don't cheap out on liability coverage when you decide to get quotes make sure you have a decent amount of liability coverage because people see those billboards people see those TV ads people see those signs on the side of buses there you have won the lottery you might not have you don't have to worry about winning the big game of the mega millions you just have to be in an accident the you got somebody you can go see where if a sue happy country I was on the west coast of Florida recently and there was this Billboard this person smiling who'd been injured in an accident and those Billboard the person's talking about how some lawyer got him six hundred sixty thousand dollars and they're smiling ear to ear yeah people out there like that so make sure if you've got stuff you've got enough liability insurance if you got a lot of stuff meaning money and your own stuff free and clear you want to look into an umbrella which sits on top of your regular coverage as additional liability very cheap to buy what you get sold in increments of one million dollars of additional protection for you in the event somebody is able to hold you responsible for something that went wrong and their lives and they don't have to necessarily show that you're at fault they just have to convince the insurance company is not worth their time to defend you and they just start handing out checks Jason joins us on the Clark our show hi Jason Hey cargo area great thank you Jason you've got money hang it out all over the place I I do and I need some help in knowing what to do with it all right let me see you back and help these are good problems to have by the way yes Sir what's that I'm done I've got two different four oh one K. accounts from two different companies I worked for in the past one is currently sitting about eighteen thousand and some change in the other one around seven thousand course on a longer work for them and the company I currently work for does not offer a four one K. so I guess my question is what do I do with this money that sitting would you do have the option of just leaving it and were those big companies small were in between that you were with before okay so the one with eighteen thousand one of most concern with a smaller company and I'm worried if if they go out of business what happens to that money with the money would be okay on the four oh one K. but if it's a small business there's a different issue and that small businesses tend to have very high costs for a one case right so I was good at all that money al quickly and move it to one of the low cost providers and have an irate with one of them the three big low cost providers for having a higher raise our vanguard Charles Schwab and fidelity investments okay and we have them let me tell you something do not call the administrator of each of the four oh one K. and say Hey I want to move this money out into an IRA they'll say great what address you wanna send your check never take a check because what they do is they would subtract thirty six hundred dollars from the Czech they'd send you and send it to the IRS is withholding and you have to make up that thirty six hundred in the next sixty days or you end up paying massive tax for not being able to make that up so what you do with whoever you would go with.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"From your nation's capitol were David and Lorette errands. Okay. I was just going to mention one thing about the popcorn. Okay. So when we okay it's called the popcorn syndrome because when we go to the movies when I stand up after we find him. Maybe what does my seat look like? It's nice in the inkling. Okay. And then when you stand up after going to movies, what is your seat? You know, you have to give the guys come back something to do. That happens. Right. I leave them. Yeah. And you get refills on the popcorn, basically. Yeah. I don't know. I'm just sloppy. He just loves to spread the popcorn around. And so it's like spreading the word around so unnecessary. No. But it's great because it's eat with passion. Okay. And you know, what I understand? And that's just my motto. Eat with passion. You know in the old days. Right. I remember. I remember back. I mean, I wasn't always only a financial advisor. Okay. So as a matter of fact, I was at one point I was chief operating officer for Sears. Okay. As a in their remodeling division. I was west coast president for Andersen. Windows a while back as well. And so I remember telling employees all the time about the three legged stool, okay for retirement income, and what was that a company pension? Okay. Was one leg a social security and then personal savings. All right. So that was the three legged stool back when I was in corporate America. But today that stool has different legs. Right. So for most Americans in the private sector. There's no company pension. And instead, there's only a 4._0._1._K plan. So now, we have to put add legs to our stool. Because really even a three legged stool, isn't all that stable. Right. I mean, I guess you could. Could sit on a three legged stool and feel comfortable, but we would say, hey, you need at least four legs to your stool, typically social security could be one of those legs. Right. And then your 4._0._1._K your IRA or your four zero three b or your TSP plan. That's certainly should be another leg to the stool. But what are some of the other legs comprised of well one of the things that mean what fifteen years ago when we got into the financial industry. We said, hey, you know, what we want to talk about a leg to a stool that provides a tax free income now most people would think automatically a Roth IRA, and yes, Roth IRA's are wonderful. No question about that. They do provide tax free income. The problem is is that most people don't have a very large Roth IRA, and you can only put limited funds and many many people did not qualify to even fund a Roth IRA because of their income. So the raft strategy the retirement approach free of tax when we when we are. Came about understanding and really digging, you know, peeling back the layers of the onion and identifying okay, what are the features one of the benefits. What are the restrictions of the raft strategy, we identified immediately that this was a very very strong option for one of those legs to the stool where we could take all ready tax money, maybe money in the Bank savings, perhaps you have a CD coming. Do. Maybe you have disposable income that you could put in every month and put it into an account that will grow tax free. All right. So you can deposit into this account. You can find that in a short period of time or a longer period of time, depending on what your objectives are. And what your financial situation is. And then that money will grow tax re-based on the performance of an index. Like, the Dow the NASDAQ the S and P five hundred but wait a minute that index has a floor of zero. So no matter what happens in the market. You'll never lose your money, and you'll never lose any principal or any interest. That you received in prior years. So that would. But now, what's the upside? The upside is as much as fourteen percent. So we could go anywhere from zero to fourteen percent, depending on what the index does a grows tax rate. We can access that money tax free. And you don't have to be fifty nine and a half years old to do it. So it's liquid. It's safe, and it gives you a great tax free return averaging over seven percent per year. Exactly. As soon as we found out about this strategy. We started funding our own raft accounts. So we have three in our family right now. Everyone of our kids has one as well. And I know seven kids there you go. So I just wanted to get have retired just on. Show. You an example of this is let's see, oh, this is Robert and he had called and he says I want one of those wrath strategy things. Like, okay. What can you do for me? I'm fifty years old. And I'm in good health. I'm like that's good because that does count and he wants to put thirty thousand dollars a year into it for the next fifteen years. So that means he's going to fund that from age, you know, basically fifty one to age sixty five so that's fifteen years that's four hundred and fifty thousand dollars toll. He's putting into the account. Now, this is money that was outside of his 4._0._1._K plan. It's just it's money. He wants to put in a tax free situation. Well, guess what the projection is he's going to turn right around at age sixty six and start taking out sixty six thousand dollars per year. Tax free. And if you do the math on that. I mean, that's that's pretty awesome. I mean, even just ten years down the road. He's already taken out six hundred sixty thousand dollars tax free, which is a million dollar asset in my mind because you're not paying taxes on it. Right. So from sixty five to seventy five he's already taken out that six hundred sixty thousand dollars. Now, there's also a death benefit even after he's taken out for ten years. There's still a million dollar death benefit. So if he were to pass away at that point in his family's going to get a million dollars. He's already taking out six hundred sixty thousand then there's additional million dollars. I mean, that's a pretty Doug on great way for him to to use that four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. He doesn't have to fund it all at once. It can go in a little bit at a time. Now, you don't have to have thirty thousand dollars a year to put into the account. You can have much less. You could put five thousand a year or even younger people can can get away with a couple of hundred dollars a month or five hundred a month or something. So so really it just depends on your situation. Whatever it is will set it up. So that it's the most productive for you. Give us. A call, and we'll get you an illustration based on your situation. The number is eight six six by four four seventy seven fifty.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Of course, you don't wanna call Hispanic Irishman. That was kind of it was a huge full Pau. I think get away with it back in early ninety s you can't be done. Now don't mess around with now pretending so hard to be Hispanic. And then you call him Bob instead of Beto he'll be blowing his cover now. Terrible. I mean, what a terrible full PA. I should have been fired today would be what can we go in retroactively firearm now for an offense from three decades ago? I'm gonna say, yes, okay. Yes. Good triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and paddle least on Twitter. I actually misspoke about the Cuyler Murray contract that he got from baseball. It's four point six six million. Four million six hundred sixty thousand nine hundred four million six hundred six yes. Four million six hundred sixty thousand dollars. Okay. That's a good bay. Check Want change. to change the story entirely though. Yeah. Sixty thousand not go play baseball for four million. No now, I'm starting to insulted me at four million. Yeah. At four point six, I'm starting to think maybe they're serious something here. I'm playing baseball him. And like I said I'd rather avoid a plan actually linebacker. It's his plan. You know, but who owns the rights to? I think it's Oakland. Yeah. Oakland Athletics, never nine pick of the two thousand eighteen so he's going to report to AirAsia next spring and start his professional career already said. So he's he's decided I guess to go ahead. And still course you would if you're gonna miss out on four point six six million. If you don't so he's got one more game to not get injured. Yeah. Or I guess to to possibly if Oklahoma wins there. I would imagine he's probably taken out a pretty serious insurance policy. But he sadly didn't insurance self against Twitter. Again, you know, it's worth it to keep your your kids completely off of the social media nonsense. I mean is that hard form, I guess, but it's going to be a lot harder. When stuff like this happens to them later on and they're losing jobs or losing out on opportunities, or you know, causing some kind of embarrassment to him later in life. It's just not worth. It's not worth it. Stay anonymous not worth it. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Senator maisy Geraldo of Hawaii she's been pretty prevalent of late. She was speaking out really strongly in the hearing the the hearings for a bread cavenaugh. And now she's informing us as do. I Democrats are so much better than than Republicans. And I think we've all suspected this. It's just so smart. You're just so darn smart as she lets us know in in this wonderful time doing that. And one of the reasons that was so to me at one of our retreats was that we Democrats no so much. No. So we have to kind of tell everybody. How smart we are? We have a tendency jewelery. Very. That's have to tell everybody. How smart, you know? If you're that smart. You don't normally really have to tell people. How smart you are you just show them? Maybe you could do that maisy. Humble humble is what she is. I don't think she was saying that Democrats are smarter than Republicans. I think she was just saying Democrats are smarter than every everyone. I mean, just voters you don't realize this, but we're smarter than you. So you just have to take our word for it. And use check little d and you'll be good streak democrat. We'll take care of the rest, of course. And that is what they believe. That is what Democrats believe. It's wonderful. I it is wonderful to have them show us how to live how to operate into shows..

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Have a lot of assets, you own your home free and clear, which like thirty people. Do you've got things that are a value. Don't cheap out on liability coverage when you decide to get quotes, make sure you have a decent amount of liability coverage because people see those billboards people see those TV ads people see those signs on the side of buses that you have won the lottery, you might not. You don't have to worry about winning the big game or the mega millions. You just have to be in an accident. The you've got somebody you can go sue. We're a sue happy country. I was on the west coast of Florida recently. And there was this billboard of this person smiling who'd been injured in an accident and the billboard the person's talking about how some lawyer got him six hundred sixty thousand dollars and they're smiling ear to ear got people out there like that. So make sure that if you got stuff the you've got enough liability insurance, and if you got a lot of stuff meaning money. And you own stuff free and clear you want to look into an umbrella which sits on top of your regular coverage as additional liability very cheap to buy for what you get sold in increments of one million dollars of additional protection for you in the event. Somebody's able to hold you responsible for something that went wrong and their lives, and they don't have to necessarily show that you're at fault. But you just have to convince the insurance company is not worth their time to defend you, and they just start handing out checks. Jason joins us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, jason. Hey clark. How are you? Great. Thank you. Jason. You've got money hanging out all over the place. I do and I need some know what to do with it. All right. Let me see back and help. These are good problems to have by the way. Yes, sir. I've got I've got a I've got two different 4._0._1._K accounts from two different companies. I've worked for in the past one is currently sitting about eighteen thousand some change and the other one around seven thousand. Of course, I no longer work for them. And the company I currently work for does not offer a 4._0._1._K. So I guess my question is what do I do with this money? That's sitting where you do have the option just leaving it. And were those big companies small in between that you were with before. Okay. So the one with eighteen thousand is one of the most concerned with a smaller company, and I'm worried if they go out of business what happens to that money where the money would be okay in the 4._0._1._K. But if it's a small business, there's a different issue, and that small businesses tend to have very high costs four one ks right? So I would skedaddle that money out quickly and move it to one of the low cost providers and have an IRA with one of them the three big low cost providers for having IRA's our vanguard, Charles Schwab. And Fidelity Investments. Okay. And let me tell you something do not call the administrator of the 4._0._1._K and say, hey, I want to. Move this money out into an IRA. They'll say great, what address do you want? Send you a check never take a check. Because what they do is. They would subtract thirty six hundred dollars from the Czech. They'd send you. And send it to the IRS is withholding and you have to make up that thirty six hundred in the next sixty days or you end up paying massive tax for not being able to make that up..

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Have a lot of assets, you own your home free and clear, we'll talk a third of people. Do you've got things that are value don't cheap out on liability coverage when you decide to get quotes, make sure you have a decent amount of liability coverage because people see those billboards people see those TV ads. People see those signs on the side of buses that you have won the lottery, you might not have you don't have to worry about winning the big game or the mega millions. You just have to be in an accident that you got somebody. You can go sue. We're a sue happy country. I was on the west coast of Florida recently. And there was this billboard in this person's smiling who'd been injured in an accident and the billboard the person's talking about how some lawyer got him six hundred sixty thousand dollars and they're smiling ear to ear got people out there like that. So make sure that if you got stuff the you've got enough liability insurance if you got a lot of stuff meaning money. And you own stuff free and clear you want to look into an umbrella which sits on top of your regular coverage as additional liability very cheap to buy for what you get sold in increments of one million dollars of additional protection for you in the event somebody who's able to hold you responsible for something that went wrong and their lives, and they don't have to necessarily show that you're at fault. But you just have to convince the insurance company is not worth their time to defend you, and they just start handing out checks. Jason joins us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, Jason Clark. How are you? Great. Thank you. Jason. You've got money hanging out all over the place. I I do and I know what to do with it. All right. Let me see if I can help. These are good problems to have about the way. Yes, sir. I've got a I've got two different 4._0._1._K accounts from two different companies. I've worked for in the past one is currently sitting about eighteen thousand some chains and the other one around seven thousand. No longer work for them. And the company I currently work for does not offer a 4._0._1._K. So I guess the question is what do I do with this money? That's sitting were you. You do have the option just leaving. And were those big companies small were in between that you were with before. Okay. So the one with eighteen thousand is one of the most concerned with a smaller company, and I'm worried if they go out of business what happens to that money where the money would be okay in the 4._0._1._K. But if it's a small business, there's a different issue, and that small businesses tend to have very high costs four one ks right? So I would skedaddle that money out quickly and move it to one of the low cost providers and have an IRA with one of them the three big low cost providers for having IRAs are vanguard, Charles Schwab and Fidelity Investments. Okay. Let me tell you something do not call the administrator of the 4._0._1._K and say, hey, I want to move this money out into an IRA. They'll say great, what address do you want to send you a chat? Never take a check. Because what they do is. They would subtract thirty six hundred dollars from the Czech. They'd send you and send it to the IRS is withholding and you have to make up that thirty six hundred in the next sixty days or you end up paying massive tax for not being able to make that up..

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Decent amount liability coverage. Because people see those billboards people see those TV ads. People see those signs on the side of buses that you have won the lottery. You might not. You don't have to worry about winning the big game or the mega millions. You just have to be an accident that you got somebody, you can go sue. We're a sue happy country. I was on the west coast of Florida recently, and there was this billboard of this person smiling who'd been injured in an accident and the billboard, the person's talking about how some lawyer got him six hundred sixty thousand dollars, and they're smiling ear to ear people out there like that. So make sure that if you got stuff the, you've got enough liability insurance. And if you got a lot of stuff, meaning money. And Yellen stuff. Rian clear. You wanna look into an umbrella which sits on top of your regular coverage as additional liability, very cheap to buy for what you get sold in increments of one million dollars of additional protection for you. In the event, somebody's able to hold you responsible for something that went wrong and their lives, and they don't have to necessarily show that you're at fault. They just have to convince the insurance company is not worth their time to defend you, and they just start handing out checks. Jason.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Decide a leaf pickup plan that ordinance prompted a three hour hearing last week and aims to reverse mayor. David Martin's recent decision to require residents to bag leaves for pickup calls. It a cost saving measure sin city representatives cut his budget proposal last spring. He says scooping up loose leaves cost Stanford six hundred sixty thousand dollars a year because it involves one hundred employees, sixty pieces of equipment and four thousand hours of overtime. The so called no vendors zone around the World Trade Center, and the nine eleven memorial is scheduled to expand WCBS from Puerto rich lamb has more on that at the request of the NYPD and port authority police. The no vending zone is expanding one block north from VCD Barclay street and along trinity and parts of Greenwich and west streets to the south speaker. Cory Johnson Katzenberg Chen worked very closely with them with scaling that perimeter back. So it wasn't going to affect the Coty park and other places, but even in scaling the geography back there were still eleven vendors ended up being inside of the expanded zone. Authorities believe the increasing numbers of operating buildings and workers along with more security checkpoints and crowding may displacing the vendors necessary. They said the speaker will simply have to sell their wares. Elsewhere at city hall, rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty. While subway riders might feel like everyday amounts to a slow ride to the job. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell says the MTA content it's turning the corner on repairs. There have been fewer major incidents in response times are improving these are among the data points. Andy Byford is looking at the show services improving riders might be skeptical. But I absolutely understand.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"To go going to church. We listen to Ray Stevens all the time and I had all the tapes I Morgan number two tape is this square thing. I know you're twenty four and you take this thing and you put it in a car, a holder and shut it and you push play. Cool. That's cool. Cool and a beast flipping. You have to add jacked the jib have tapes, Morgan number two when I was really young. Yeah. How old four or five, how come on. Not tapes. Thank you. Go. Morgan number two. You get this morning. Yeah, I'm good. How are you Mark? Hanging out. What'd you do this week? Anything cool. No much a lot of Netflix. I'm binging Gilmore girls the new version or the old. I didn't know there was a new and old. What do we also? Yeah, they watch the original one. The one with Lauren, Graham, and they're all original. They just came back later older. They original one. I've never seen it at all so much from the very beginning. Okay. I finally got enough, looks on my television last night. It's pretty exciting. No, that's watch on my computer and I my, whatever provider I have, you just hit you just push the button to go gimme Netflix and it shows screen because I wanted to remote. You can talk to. That's awesome. Do that talk to every they talk to my phone talked to Alexa. I talked to my remote. So how are you? Lonely? I'm well. To all day. They don't talk back. It's like doing this radio show, but home with all my devices. And so I said, hey, and it comes up on the screen and a logging, Netflix and all the choices on my television. Like all the new shows, I can watch my TV. And so I watched like five episodes the office last night. It's just bigger exact opposite. Yeah, this is a bigger the office. I know trust me there was where were we l. at a hotel because our kids have Netflix on TV so we get to the hotel. They're like, they're like, why doesn't this TV? Where's the net flicks button on the remote? Why isn't this TV have net flicks and then they just they're, they're there like hanging their head low. I'm like, what's wrong? They're like, this TV doesn't have Netflix. Like life is so hard right now. Let's go outside and play. I saw a teen broke into a home in California, and then right after he got any woke up to couple to say, hey, what's your wifi password because he wanted to get on? Yeah, the homeowner told police the bed. Shove the seventeen year old suspect down the hallway and out the front door then called nine one one. The couple. I believe there were elderly. They'd been asleep in their bedroom when they were awakened by the unknown suspect go, hey, what's that? Wifi password. He's the neighbor would love to do that. Just gotta get that WI fi. Yeah. It's a lunchbox went home. He may get take his baby home today. So that's what we know. We know more, we know less. Yeah. I guess I classified files around here with so yeah, lunchbox thinks he will take his baby home this morning. Awesome. That's all I know. Just passing it along. I like that show game of thrones and they have castles the castle that's known as river run. One of the biggest you can buy it for six hundred sixty thousand dollars in the video shows the entire castle, but you only purchasing part of the castle. I'm here by castle. Please get one quarter, right? Yeah, I saw that listing their on orbits or what. Zillow. Zillow listing for the castle. Yeah, you only by a little part of it. I also saw thing about Meghan Markle you know, she's an old rule family now and she can't go to sleep until the Queen goes to bed. I saw that too, and I was like a lot according to one of the queen's private secretaries..

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The markets too expensive the average dangerously elevated just you wait you'll see how other this thing can get we went up oh nothing will go down hard on everything sure i get it yeah i mean plop plop plop but the more i think about certain calls certain stocks valuations the more recognized that we really have to stop relying so much on the idea of the market because the valuation for many big capitalization sucks this aren't they expensive here where to put it another way there's amazon there's netflix deborah table ubs and we're bitter discord among analysts and there's pretty much everything else i think these two in the endlessly talked about tesla or obscuring what's really going on here notice first of all i didn't say fasting is obscuring evaluations that would be wrong because this three had five fairly exp inexpensive when you look at it i mean it was easy to see how facebook off for cliff if people actually were worried about privacy when they're seeking to promote themselves online kind of oxymoronic we think about it i mean why not the media had a field day with this privacy stuff and they're probably not even done having that fee field day just yesterday on a day when tariffs dominated the news correctly the business section of the new york times harped on facebook being fine six hundred and sixty thousand dollars the largest fine that some agency none of us really care about could slap them i mean hello you can steal six hundred sixty thousand dollars from mark zuckerberg and he wouldn't even notice it's gone the fact is facebook sells for just twenty two times next year's earnings estimates at the end of the day that's what we will it matters the only thing that investigations done is shrink the stock's price during his mobile not the earnings but will people pay for those earnings which no the way of saving stocks cheaper than it deserves to be same goes south of it the possibility of government regulation plus the opiate nature all the other businesses as time cra google makes the company hard value meanwhile we've decided that all we care about is how much it costs google get clicks not lucrative it is across the board that's why the stock trades is just twenty six times next year's earnings estimates but way to say maybe we should figure out what it sells for excluding the hundred one billion dollars in cash is balancing really twenty three times earnings when you look at it like that apple sells it nearly fourteen times next fiscal year's earnings that was companies a pure cellphone story with a pc and tablet kicker but the apple we all know now is this whips in play that we pay money to every month doesn't we do it netflix with spotify was costco but the amazon that's a sticky revenue stream one will probably never kick fourteen times earnings for apple's now rages because of that outrageously wrong especially given the company's new e three hundred billion dollar cash toward back out the cash and it's more like ten times earnings it's not just fagging this morning goldman sachs upgrades j j from silva holt when i saw the stock was trading fifteen times net shears ernie's i was shocked this is a premier merck and company with.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The markets too expensive the average dangerously elevated just you wait you'll see how other this thing can get we went up oh nothing will go down hard on everything sure i get it yeah i mean plop plop plop but the more i think about certain calls certain stocks valuations the more recognized that we really have to stop relying so much on the idea of the market because the valuation for many big capitalization sucks this aren't they expensive here where to put it another way there's amazon there's netflix deborah table ubs and we're bitter discord among analysts and there's pretty much everything else i think these two in the endlessly talked about tesla or obscuring what's really going on here notice first of all i didn't say fasting is obscuring evaluations that would be wrong because this three had five fairly exp inexpensive when you look at it i mean it was easy to see how facebook off for cliff if people actually were worried about privacy when they're seeking to promote themselves online kind of oxymoronic we think about it i mean why not the media had a field day with this privacy stuff and they're probably not even done having that fee field day just yesterday on a day when tariffs dominated the news correctly the business section of the new york times harped on facebook being fine six hundred and sixty thousand dollars the largest fine that some agency none of us really care about could slap them i mean hello you can steal six hundred sixty thousand dollars from mark zuckerberg and he wouldn't even notice it's gone the fact is facebook sells for just twenty two times next year's earnings estimates at the end of the day that's what we will it matters the only thing that investigations done is shrink the stock's price during his mobile not the earnings but will people pay for those earnings which no the way of saving stocks cheaper than it deserves to be same goes south of it the possibility of government regulation plus the opiate nature all the other businesses as time cra google makes the company hard value meanwhile we've decided that all we care about is how much it costs google get clicks not lucrative it is across the board that's why the stock trades is just twenty six times next year's earnings estimates but way to say maybe we should figure out what it sells for excluding the hundred one billion dollars in cash is balancing really twenty three times earnings when you look at it like that apple sells it nearly fourteen times next fiscal year's earnings that was companies a pure cellphone story with a pc and tablet kicker but the apple we all know now is this whips in play that we pay money to every month doesn't we do it netflix with spotify was costco but the amazon that's a sticky revenue stream one will probably never kick fourteen times earnings for apple's now rages because of that outrageously wrong especially given the company's new e three hundred billion dollar cash toward back out the cash and it's more like ten times earnings it's not just fagging this morning goldman sachs upgrades j j from silva holt when i saw the stock was trading fifteen times net shears ernie's i was shocked this is a premier merck and company with.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"New day san francisco is a new mayor is sworn in mayor elect london breed will be sworn in by lieutenant governor gavin newsom in a ceremony at the steps of san francisco city hall the inauguration gets underway at eleven this morning there are five hundred reserved seats and another thousand open to the public on a firstcomefirstserved basis two weeks after being injured by a hit and run driver in san francisco a pedicab operator has died a crash happened during a busy commute hour along the embarcadero near peer twenty nine late last vaunt sixtysixyearold kevin manning and his passengers were hit when the suspect vehicle swerved through traffic in the southbound direction officials say the collision with the pedicab caused it to collide with another pedicab for tourists including two children were also hurt authorities are still looking for the driver of the vehicle described as a champagne colored ford or honda civic sedan terry row says police have released photos surveillance videos of the vehicle and are asking anyone with information to give them a call a san francisco grand jury has indicted seven men on charges in connection with graffiti vandalism targeting small businesses and recreational spaces prosecutors say the suspects face fifty two felony counts for vandalism going back several years one of the man is allegedly responsible for tagging with a distinctive bart simpson had and the number four on the drawing officials say graffiti cleanup cost san francisco twenty million dollars a year speaking of money former cal basketball star alan crab has saved his old school in los angeles from closure crab reportedly gave a six figure donation to frederick ac priced to the second christian school to ensure the school stays open crab is currently playing for the brooklyn nets business sponsored by hansonmcclain it gets the bill for the cambridge analytica data scandal jason middleton has that story and a check on the markets wall street is finally reacting to the geopolitical headlines this morning a list of two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods that could be subject to tariffs is out and the dow is down about two hundred points in europe american allies are being lectured about nato russia and how the e u does not pay its fair share for defense germany is being singled out by the president facebook faces a fine of half a million pounds in britain for failing to protect people's online data connected to the cambridge analytica scandal according to a report published by the country's privacy watchdog today the fine which is about six hundred sixty thousand dollars is for two breaches of the data protection act in two thousand sixteen facebook made twenty eight billion dollars in revenue so this is the equivalent of paying a nickel for a parking ticket in san francisco i'm jason middle now that summer's here are you loving your backyard like really loving it or do you see cracked ugly hearts gaping outdated spaces that just aren't functional a whole home yard that needs an update systempavers.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The consent during the two thousand sixteen election mark zuckerberg is a lot of pressure here lot of pressure seems like precedent to because cambridge analytics not the only one doing this if you're gonna find facebook the maximum at six hundred sixty thousand dollars the question is every time there's a new candy crush that is also taking screen shots at your phone are they going to get six hundred thousand dollar fines as well everybody but zuckerberg has been called out by people on a new level now and they're saying the board might want to remove him how about that you mentioned facebook without that guy i don't think so this story is sad zsa bingo bulldog the win this year it's world's ugliest dog contest just two weeks ago died yesterday inner sleep at the age of nine that is very sad the mother the owner said that i had no health problems but the average age for a bulldog is eight to ten numbers they have some respiratory problems i think that's what my sister has england many english breathing breathing bannon issue since day one i'm just they got this much face and asja also had a rough early life her backstory she was born in a puppy mill and i guess in missouri and she was a rescue dog early going there was some question about whether or not she may have been abused and that puppies watch the whole pageant is that is that the little star wars swimsuit competition no i don't joshua the english bulldog but that's a full life bulldogs so loved so ugly sixty three years but for an average eight to ten year life span and then this mary schmidt wrote a piece yesterday i'm navigating life and etiquette tips after you've just gotten back from vacation i can't imagine sandberg would have any of these do you have any tips after vacation i don't talk about it i agree with number one don't talk about yeah yeah don't don't brag about your how great your vacation oh you mean the friends colleagues also don't tell me about your vacation they will replace the steve how vacation i just had actually an incident last night i stayed downtown the valet parking brought me the long car i mean come on see complaints are okay i think i don't see that money it's the if it were me i'd be like us great it was life changing for valley parking guy brought me the wrong car dave just gotta just got back i'd like to say i don't think i volunteered anything except hey it was a great trip david and and you asked me on the air how it was yeah i don't mind i don't mind what people tell me they had a good time good time it's the details she says resist the urge to go into details and she said also don't be offended where people want to talk about their own vacation instead of yours they might be asking you about yours but they really are using that as an entree to talk about that we did the fun fun segment on download it was just called tell me about your vacation those it and we called it the line and people would get that opportunity to talk about their vacation because no one else went here the best one was someone said they they went to wheel of fortune wheel.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here in the uk the social media john facebook has been hit with the equivalent of six hundred sixty thousand dollars in penalty in a fine all centers around the cambridge analytica scandal you may remember cambridge analytica was a political advice firm which improperly it was decided got hold of the personal data of eightyseven million facebook users it was a scandal exposed by the media and britain's information commissioner elizabeth denim is now accusing facebook of not protecting user data enough failing to be transparent about how it shared information with third parties little bit earlier i spoke to elizabeth denim here in the studio and asta whether it was the job of journalists only to expose wrongdoing rather than well a supervisory agency like hers it can be discovered by whistle blowers reported by whistle blowers or or discovered by by journalists but oftentimes as a regulatory authority we receive a complaint or we know because of our own intelligence gathering that something's gone wrong it was journalists that uncovered the story at the beginning and we have been looking into political campaigning and the use of data for over a year so we've issued an update report tipping quite concerning as well actually in terms of the level of interference can i ask though about the money particularly what is the point of a fine when the fine is such a small proportion of the money available to the to the company i mean it's a pinprick for facebook is it just a principle partly a principal but we were limited as a regulatory authority to five hundred thousand pounds in our old regime so this infringement happened before may twenty fifth twenty eighteen if it were to happen today day we have up to four percent of global turnover as a as the highest fine so you can see that we're we've been given significant new finding powers and so it's a shot across the bow to online platforms to facebook that they have to comply with the law and we think this was a serious infringement again it's not all about the fine i think it goes to the reputation of the company it goes to concern of users about the how the level of safeguards for their own personal data important message but a message the fine to be effective has to deter you're not just trying to prove an academic point saying something wrong was done there we are that's on the record you want to deter now let's talk about the four percent i mean i hope my stats are right but four percent of twenty seventeen turn of facebook would be one point six billion dollars as a fine compared to a six hundred thousand dollar fine i mean it just exponentially enormous would one point six billion dollar fine stop doing it again and we'll a six hundred thousand dollar fine stop them doing it again i think the six hundred thousand dollar fine makes a difference and facebook has already begun to change seeing china i've seen change i also think that with the gdp are in the more significant fines an additional powers that we've been given such as stopping processing altogether affects the business model of these tech giants and i i think the gdp are i think the the the drive of consumers in the concern of consumers to have control and transparency of their personal data is a step change in this environment globally this is a massive issue in the future but one point six billion dollars will achieve its aim you think that that level of fine that's a massive fine again that's our maximum fine rice the maximum fine now that was elizabeth denim the uk's information commissioner explaining why why the bigger sort of gdp all this europeanwide data protection protocol which allows two percent or four percent of turnover the year before to be the fine fixed on offending companies time now in london is eight nineteen in the morning and let's say hello to matthew kenyon with the sports good morning once again bill casey frost beat belgium by goal to nail in the first of the world cup semi finals last night shyamalan tt with a header from a corner to go through to the final on sunday against either england or croatia belgium manager roberto martinez said afterwards the attitude of the players was brilliant we couldn't ask for anymore it was a really tight game we heard from our franz fan half an hour ago sounding very confident indeed ahead of the final so what about the second semifinal tonight england against croatia it really is a fascinating match up lots of.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC

"They they would have pay off their home and they don't have that tax deduction anymore there may be donating their time instead of their money to different charities and so forth and some of these tax deductions are going away but my goodness having sticking yourself in just a pure tax deferred situation can be precarious for your future so a lot of times people call simply because they wanna have less less taxes some people because they need more income some people because they want to leave a legacy you know for for their for their progeny and this is all of these different things can be addressed with the different accounts that we offer and that we provide and that we help facilitate all different types of companies that we work with but i do want to point out one that has no fees and the illustrations show this is a company that everybody would recognize we're not gonna say the the name but you can call us and find out what it is but this is an example of a seventy year old that says you know what i bought this extra three hundred thousand dollars i just want to leave it to legacy i have nothing come and so forth let's see what it's going to do in terms of just pure growth over the next ten years well the projection is it's going to end up being six hundred sixty thousand dollars ten years from now that's just that's doubled okay and then twenty years from now if he's you know living tilles ninety one point four million dollars is now going to go to legacy okay so i mean now does he have to keep it in there and it's only for legacy no he can have take the distribution every single year if he wants i mean they knew and if you die before ten years or whatever and there's no everything goes to your beneficiary yeah that's what we call a cumulation account and it has no fees lorette you as you pointed out i mean this is certainly a company that everyone would recognize we don't say the name because we're not trying to educate all the other financial advisers out there but but yeah so you should give us a call and we can explain it to you and illustration let's explain somewhat in.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"Who was warded six hundred sixty thousand dollars and was given a full exoneration by the city he advanced destroyed then william salt and last week the attorney for wayne mcdonald came on and wow was did that go viral and then this morning i had lasted branch wisest lawyer shawn lane on and i'm proud to bring you this kind of coverage and even checked bonnie wells seems to appreciate it and what would you put as the headline on our interview to me it comes down to this seventy five thousand dollars to was paid the leslie branch wise i'll just give you a chance to speak for yourself should the people of denver be concerned about that seventy five thousand dollar payment yes and they should also be concerned about the hundreds of thousands of dollars that they paid to the lawyers defending mr mcdonald's lawsuit as well they're not without a remedy right i mean they could absolutely bring in the lawyers the city council they're bringing the lawyers have a conversation and request their money back thank you can't buy while playing that sound cutting up that sound and gary and chuck finished the tall this way with julie haydon also there what did they pay her for and as he said he says it just simply hush money to prevent her ever mentioning the mayor's name in regard to any lawsuit right it was he he she was paid what what was said was she was paid to change her story which is technically illegal or unethical and which.

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"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"six hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Want to go out represent ole miss at mit football games luke will be paid five hundred thousand over the next five months to be head coach that's an addition to his annual salary as the cooperative coordinator of six hundred sixty thousand dollars and i've now for a guy was nine catches over the past two seasons in dallas lucky whitehead certainly made his show of headlines over just the past week last week he was introduced because he announced on social media who's puppy had been dognapped in was being held for ransom and he was in search of those responsible this week he's been released by the cowboys after the team learned the white house was arrested for shoplifting in virginia about a month ago and then failed to appear for a court hearing on july six which resulted in another charge according to online records cowboys coach jason garrett relief unlucky as i mentioned the scotland through this morning were gathering information as we gathered more information on to work a handwritten conversations we have what about the situation would put that in the context of his career are overlap last year so solved the best decision of the dallas cowboys with early with only does good for us going forward hopefully will be good for their little laker handled he said here at training camps getting underway around the nfl espn reporter stephanie with talboys he did say this morning after the walk the team was gathering information would respond accordingly he also mentioned that they would really rule out putting any player releasing any player if the legal situation would merit obviously they felt it did and lucky white hit is no longer part of the dallas cowboys it is worth noting that his agent did mentioned that this is a case of mistaken identity and that he wasn't even in virginia in.

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