35 Burst results for "Sixty Thousand Dollars"

Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist

"Courtesy. Aircraft is well known for marketing former military aircraft among other aircraft. How many such transactions take place on average annually in? How many have you done over the course of history? Oh Gosh over the course of history probably over three thousand transactions. and obviously we're not the only one selling these kinds of airplanes, a lot of the owners consent of their own airplanes, but a lot of time they like to turn it over to us because we're kind of familiar with the transactional side of. Inspections title searches checkouts insurance, you know all of those little things that go towards making a successful transaction for the buyer and the seller so. Having done it before, you know, it's a pretty emotional thing when you sell one, and it's an emotional thing when you buy one I mean there's so much history personality wrapped up in the airplanes and the owners. Sometimes it takes a middleman to just wade through of the emotions on both sides, and my understanding is. You've sold the same airplane several times is. Oh Yeah I've got one thing I've sold four times, and that was actually the first Mustang. Average flu sold that particular point four times remains flying, and in grave condition actually here in Illinois today, and I've got a number of t sixes and t twenty eight that sold multiple times. Of the thousands of airplanes you sold. Is there one type model? That's more coveted more prized. Well I think it comes down to beauty is in the eye of the older I particularly love the North American eighty six. That was my first Warburg that I ever flew. Though. Maybe it's kind of like your first girlfriend. There's always something kind of special, but I think the t six is a relatively reasonable airplane to purchase. It's a reasonable airplane to fly. It's very nice Daljit with six hundred horsepower radio edge, and and of course all of the World War Two high looks got some time whether they were fighter or bomber pilots so historically. Historically it has a lot of significance for the united. States as well as probably thirty five countries around the world that operate those airplanes, the last air force to operate those airplanes on a regular basis was the South African Air Force and they were operating the airplanes up until the early nineties about sixty of those airplanes actually came to the united. States and are now in the civilian market as well as a number of them are various places around the world. They were military trainers then and their civilian operated now and used and enjoy. I'm curious. Does the US Department of Defense Still? Surplus military aircraft to the civilian market there's very little of that most of the airplanes that are in the quote Bonier down in Arizona, later model kind of tactical type airplanes back in the mid nineties, there were some airplanes coming out. Mostly trainer planes mostly t twenty eight came out under his traits with museums and stuff, and that provided a lot of the civilian operated inventory, but there's just not a whole lot of stuff left there. That is really civilian friendly I guess. Guess is a better word you know. Some of the technical airplanes have liquid oxygen systems and ejection seats, and you know lots of things that are just beyond the level of interest or financial commitment in time commitment that the average civilian guy wants to go out and just enjoy the airplane. In that case I know you're not the average civilian type. You've piloted bombers and fighters and transports, and what have you? Did you find one or a type more challenging than another pilot? You know it's kind of a building block things you know you start out with the smaller trainer. I I was a civilian pilot RHIANNA civilian pilot. I never was able to get the excellent training that the military gives you so I. Think we're my way up. I sold assessment one fifty on my sixteenth birthday, and worked my way on up. I started in the civilian tailgater. Is the top radio then transition do t six got lots and lots of t six time then transitioned into A. A Mustang and once I got the most time I was able to transition kind of sideways into some of the other world, war two fighters of course air, and the sea fury, and those types of airplanes tbn Avenger torpedo bomber in the military. You're either a fighter, pilot or transporter bomber pilot so I of did the parallel tracks with the B, twenty five and the Douglas, a twenty six after having a lot of other civilian multi engine time in three and four hundred series Cessnas. Teens and both types of airplanes, so it's kind of a building block system. Really that is an amazing array of aircraft, and they're out there in the civilian world, can anyone by one of these things and fly one of these things flying and flying are are not necessarily synchronized ice waller liaison airplane like a single engine they'll five is probably fifty or sixty thousand dollar airplane, some of the smaller L. Birds, the Piper cubs, and in Iran 'cause in those in military colors, or even less than that, but you can get up into the fighters multi million dollars. Dollars of airplane so obviously you need the financial capability someplace on that spectrum and of course, every one of those airplanes as different abilities needed as far as flying the airplane as well as taking care of the airplane, so buying the airplane is certainly one part of the equation, but learning to safely fly the airplane and to maintain your plane properly, you know those are time consuming in dollar consuming items, so everybody kind of fits on that spectrum depending on were they wanna be, and what their financial, as well as time commitment and training commitment is. You touched on maintenance. Some of these airplanes are sixty seventy eighty years old. Though is there a typical ratio of flight hours versus maintenance hours to these machines? That's really hard to say because everybody's use of the airplane. It is different I mean. Some of these airplanes fly couple hundred hours a year. Guys do a lot of air shows and things and charity flights and that kind of. Of stuff and then other airplanes, maybe only flight thirty hours a year and a minimum, any of these airplanes are GonNa have to have either an annual inspection or in equivalent of an annual inspection, which in some of the airplanes is called condition inspection, and then some of the larger airplanes, the transport level airplanes that are over twelve five as well as the turban airplanes require an. FAA approved maintenance program. You know it may be in phases, but it has to be done within a reasonable. So, you know it just depends on the level of commitment that somebody wants getting the work done is fairly easy. There's a pretty good network around, but you get a big airplane like a B.. Twenty five with a sixty five foot, wingspan and eighteen or seventeen and a half foot, tall tale women. It just doesn't fit in your average t hangar that you're GONNA put assessment one eighty two. There's some logistics required there, but you know everybody. Kinda makes that decision for themselves. What level of commitment they

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Minneapolis City Council members get private security detail after reported threats

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Minneapolis City Council members get private security detail after reported threats

"The city of Minneapolis has paid more than sixty thousand dollars in private security costs over the past three weeks after several council members receive threats names of the council members who were threatened or not listed in the statement from city leaders it was noted that the council members reported the threats personally the nature of the threats is not

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Jordan's first Air Jordan sneakers sold for record $560,000 at Sotheby's

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Jordan's first Air Jordan sneakers sold for record $560,000 at Sotheby's

"Those Nike air Jordans brought in quite the windfall Sotheby's auctioned off in nineteen eighty five Michael Jordan sneakers expecting them to sell for between one hundred thousand one hundred fifty thousand they sold for a record five hundred sixty thousand dollars the previous record was four hundred thirty seven thousand five hundred for a pair of Nikes nineteen seventy two moon shoes certainly didn't hurt to that the sale coincided with the Netflix documentary the last dance about Jordan's last season with the Chicago

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Chicago - Game-Worn Michael Jordan Sneakers Sell For Record $560,000 At Sotheby’s Auction

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago - Game-Worn Michael Jordan Sneakers Sell For Record $560,000 At Sotheby’s Auction

"John a pair of sneakers that Michael Jordan once more to game has been sold for a record five hundred sixty thousand dollars that is almost four times what Sotheby's initially estimated at auction coincided with the release of the ESPN Jordan documentary the last dance the ten part series wrapped up

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Jordan's first Air Jordan sneakers sold for record $560,000 at Sotheby's

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Jordan's first Air Jordan sneakers sold for record $560,000 at Sotheby's

"Somebody really wanted to be like Mike can spend the half a million dollars to walk in his shoes a pair of sneakers autographed and worn in games by Michael Jordan during the nineteen eighty five NBA season sold at auction for five hundred and sixty thousand dollars Bram Wachter is Sotheby's director of E. commerce air Jordan one are incredibly important in sneaker history generally sneakerheads Carol out about that I think also you know it it also takes a big sports memorabilia bucket to sports memorabilia collectors are interested in that and so I think all of those factors together really led to the price twenty seven days ten bidders competed throughout the ten day auction but things didn't really heat up until the very end the price jumped up three hundred thousand dollars in the final twenty

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Miami - First Court Appearance For NFL Players Facing Multiple Armed Robbery Charges

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Miami - First Court Appearance For NFL Players Facing Multiple Armed Robbery Charges

"Attorneys for two professional football players one of them from the giants arrested yesterday say the only thing they're guilty of as being in the wrong place at the wrong time to NFL football players Quinton Dunbar of the Seattle Seahawks in de Andre Baker of the New York Giants surrendering to law enforcement in Broward county Florida arrest warrants were issued with the pair now facing armed robbery charges after Wednesday's alleged holed up at a house party Dumbarton banker accused of stealing more than sixty thousand dollars in cash and items at gunpoint their lawyers claim witness affidavits will

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New York Giants CB Baker turns himself in to face Miami charges

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

New York Giants CB Baker turns himself in to face Miami charges

"Attorneys for two professional football players one of them from the giants arrested yesterday say they're only the only thing they are guilty of is being in the wrong place at the wrong time when F. L. football players Quinton Dunbar of the Seattle Seahawks in the Andre Baker of The New York Giants surrendering to law enforcement in Broward county Florida arrest warrants were issued with the pair now facing armed robbery charges after Wednesday's alleged holed up at a house party Dumbarton banker accused of stealing more than sixty thousand dollars in cash and items at gun point their lawyers claim witness affidavits will

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In-home tests coming for Dallas residents who lack transportation

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 3 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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Lyrics to The Beatles' 'Hey Jude,' handwritten by Paul McCartney, sold for nearly $1 million

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Lyrics to The Beatles' 'Hey Jude,' handwritten by Paul McCartney, sold for nearly $1 million

"Paul McCartney's hand written lyrics to the classic song Hey Jude have sold for almost one million dollars during an online Ellie auction ridge last winter the lyrics worth was valued at one hundred sixty thousand dollars but a collector raised a winning bet far above that settling in nine hundred ten thousand dollars claim McCartney's hand scribbled notes for the recording of the nineteen sixty eight Beatles song that OSHA one of about two hundred fifty other items of Beatles memorabilia including a vintage Ludwig bass drum head used during the nineteen sixty four show in San Francisco it sold for two hundred thousand dollars four times its original estimate of fifty

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Serial Killer: Scott Lee Kimball - Part 4

True Crime Garage

07:50 min | 5 months ago

Serial Killer: Scott Lee Kimball - Part 4

"All right captain last episode we were starting to get into some of the physical collected against Scott and forming these cases against him regarding these missing persons. One of the items we have yet to hit on is it involves his phone records. So this reveals to law enforcement that Scott. The last person he spoke to on the evening of February seventeenth two thousand and three was missing person. Jennifer Marcum then. His phone went offline until February twentieth. Scott maintain that he had gone to the mountains for several days and turned his cell phone off. This is the same story that he kinda gave regarding Casey. But detectives noted that Jennifer's phone was also inactive for the same three day period of time after that there were calls made from Jennifer's phone this too Scott into several other people. This is before it went offline permanently now to the investigators it seemed obvious as Scott was using Jennifer's phone for the purpose of misdirecting law enforcement in an attempt to make appear as if she was still alive for some period of time after she went missing but we still have other crimes other murders to discuss. We have evidence in the Lianne. Emory disappearance Liens car was found abandoned with all of her stuff in it in eastern Utah but Leeann was nowhere to be found receipts for credit card charges to her card made in California. Bore a signature. That was not her handwriting. Detectives spoke to the unnamed inmate who knew Scott in prison the one who gave them the information about how Casey had been killed. This inmate told them that Scott said that he killed Lianne while they were hiking and Bryce Canyon and eastern Australia Scott said that he had stripped her nude or had her stripped nude kneel down and shot her in the head execution style. Now captain you know how this P. O. S. Scott operates right. He has an answer for everything. Scott told detectives that he did not kill Lianne. He said that members of a drug gang were the ones they had executed her and he was only a witness but he didn't could go to law enforcement he didn't get involved and even though he's already involved with the FBI he doesn't tell them. I witnessed a murder. He he only has to make up the story when confronted with something that he told somebody else right now. Remember the terrible this this angers and saddens me like you wouldn't believe remember the terrible accident on the ranch. I'm talking about the accident. When Scott's ten year old son Justin when a two hundred pound metal great quote fell on him right? You can see photos of this little boy in the hospital on Dateline and it's it's pretty horrible so in a stroke of bad luck for Scott but truly a blessing. After two weeks in a coma. His son woke up and was able to tell what he remembered. He says his father told him to turn around. And Dig a hole near this great and then all of a sudden the great fell on him then he remembered being in the jeep. Remember Scott is driving the son to the hospital. He remembers being in the jeep and he says on the way to the hospital. My Dad's Scott. He's pushing me by the face pushing me out of the vehicle by the face. Yeah I mean this is when he said it the first time. All here's this horrible accident than Scott's GONNA drive it son to the hospital and on the way. The kid falls out of the car you go. Something's not right here. Yeah it's it. What a coincidence that you would have to near death accidents back back that day. I can understand that. Sometimes this stuff happens in a state of panic. Maybe you're rushing trying to get him to the hospital but not what this guy not with this guy. There are not these. These incidents two failed attempts of murder so the Boulder County prosecutors boulder bitches. Thank you unfortunately. They did not feel that they had enough to actually charge. Scott with with what looks very much like an attempted murder of his son. This is in part because doctors indicated that his head injuries were so severe. They would not consider him to be a reliable witness. That is bullshit though. These might not be reliable memories that he has. Of course. We're no idiots and we can see all this other stuff together that that. That's probably very likely what happened. I know the prosecutors felt the same way and we're very saddened that they could not bring this type of charge against this man. We should also point out and it's no coincidence that at the time of this accident there was a sixty thousand dollar life insurance policy on the little boy was Scott listed as the sole beneficiary. Hear me out. Why don't you just want to roll the dice? I'm listening? Roll the dice right. We have we have to like I said to attempts of murdering this ten year. Old Boy And yes maybe his memory is not maybe he's not going to be Maybe he's not GonNa meet received as super credible but once you stack on the other piece of evidence that we have a motive the motive being a sixty thousand dollar. Pay Out for the death of this child. Roll the dice. Because what you. What do you have to lose? Well a couple things and we talked about this a few weeks ago. You do run the risk of the double jeopardy charge. Where where maybe at some point you actually do believe that you have the proper evidence to charge and convict him and if you try him now and you can't successfully convict them. You can't try again later. What I guarantee you. This is what my gut tells me and I would bet this man's beef farm on it not my own farm because the skies a liar but I bet you what happened. Captain is behind closed doors. They probably did take a chance. Because like you said what do you have to lose? This is what they probably took a chance on. Let's tell Scott that we know exactly. What the hell he was doing and see if it scares him enough that he's willing to plea to it or to a lesser charge right. Because you know you get this man in a room and you go look dude. Your son told us that you are the one that told him to get in that whole and then the great falls on them. Your son told us you were driving him to the hospital when he remembers you pushing him by the face out of the moving vehicle and this almost kills him and we also found a paper trail that you stood to gain sixty thousand dollars. Should that little boy die? You're hoping you can scare him into a plea bargain at that chant and I bet you they took that chance and Scott is just. It wasn't going to to fall for

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Comparing Graduate Degree Programs

Radical Personal Finance

08:17 min | 6 months ago

Comparing Graduate Degree Programs

"We're going to begin today with Daniel in Virginia Daniel. Welcome to the call. How can I serve you today sir? John thanks thanks so much for Talking to me I'm I'm pretty new to the radical personal finance but I thought I had a question that I've been searching through the back Cadillac Cadillac four and it. It just kind of concerns a master's degrees and Basically situation as my girlfriend is looking at doing a masters this fall and she's kind of apply to programs and gone in and basically. I just wanted to get your thoughts on. How should I think about Paying and kind of helping her out and basically She She. The cost of programs are Efficiently different one is twenty thousand dollars And the other is basically eighty thousand dollars and she makes about forty thousand dollars right now on could make you know maybe fifty sixty k when she finishes in two to three years and You know I make About seventy five thousand dollars a year and I really liked to to help her out in some way But I just want to know how how you think about kind of comparing those two programs they obviously have different reputations but they have vastly different costs. And just you know any any advice would be really appreciated. What would the masters degree be in? What areas of study it? It is in international development and they're slightly different focuses on the programs. But but that's basically it when you say that her income would go potentially from forty thousand dollars to fifty or sixty thousand dollars. Would she be would is that a guaranteed a pay increase for example her current job where she's happily employed says? If you have a masters degree will pay you an extra ten or twenty thousand dollars per year or is that a guess as to what she would now be qualified to go out in the marketplace. And look for. Yeah that that's definitely a gas. Josh not not guaranteed. How much money does she have currently saved pay for a master's degree? She has twenty thousand dollars in cash and and about ten thousand in investments. Does she have any other debt other than Does she have any of the debt? Currently I note that neither of us have debt and the difference between the twenty thousand dollars school in eighty thousand dollars school. I would imagine one is much much more prestigious but is there any sense that you can be confident that there would be a a major difference in her job prospects if she had the name Brand School. I so I do think her job prospects would be better with the name brand school. It's hard to really quantify how much better the prospects would be you know. It's a bigger alumni network and A more recognized program. The twenty thousand dollars program has it's only about five to ten years old kind of thing. Well here's how I approach it. Just kind of a few things got a lot of color to give you a fairly brief answer and just hit some hits is high high points on it for you so number one. It's dangerous for you to do financial planning together with a woman that you're not married to if you want to give her money and just simply say here's a gift of money then of course that's always you're right and I'm sure she will appreciate that. But given you have no legal protections of marriage you should not expect that there's any guarantee of your quote unquote investment into her education so marriage. If if you if you're married to somebody then you get divorced while then the judge sits down and you look at how much of each of us contributed etcetera and who's earned money and how we supported one another and things like supporting your spouse while you're spouses in school. Become a meaningful part of divorce settlement when you are unmarried unless you have some kind of financial agreement between the two of you which you can do as unmarried people then you just simply need to think that any money that I give. Her is just simply a straight gift and so from that regard from a financial perspective. That's not necessarily a very safe thing for you because you're giving money to somebody with no guarantee of return now. I doubt that that's a big concern for you. But as a financial planner need to start with number two with regard to a masters degree. I'm a fan of education and I think that generally more education does help I I question if credentials ation is necessary in many careers but there are some careers in which it really is helpful. I have a masters degree myself. Someday I my guess is someday I'll do a PhD at the moment. It's not interesting to me but someday because I'm the kind of person who likes to check off list okay. I'll get a PhD. But what I do think makes sense is to not overpay for it and I would be shocked if the eighty thousand dollar degree turned into that much more of job options that couldn't be achieved with twenty thousand dollar degree now. Is it possible sure? Are there field in which the the right network makes all the difference certainly You can make I think a strong business case at times for something like going into a name brand education ED- education market getting the Harvard. Nba Because of access to the alumni network because of access to the job offers. Sometimes you can make a very strong argument for the name brand law schools. Because of getting the plum the plush the pump plum internships. The really the really high level introduced with the high firms and that pedigree can be very very helpful for you that said It's a lot of money and so I would not go into debt for a master's degree and so what I would say. Is that if she wants to pursue the name brand degree I would either figure out a way to simply pay out of pocket for it Working her way through. Maybe you have to do it. More slowly or I would find a way to get reimbursed as part of a job so changed to a job where there's GonNa be some kind of reimbursement system otherwise I would go with the lower cost degree. I think that if you go with lower-cost degree you can check the box for credential. Ization yes. I have a master's degree and then on the side. You can access any social network yourself. You can access any demonstrate any level of capability you can study To whatever degree you want I have never found With the exceptional a holden exception for a technical study like perhaps something like Law School Engineering School But in international development I cannot imagine that that the the actual course of study makes a difference in her knowledge. You can learn so much more as a self taught student and you can advertise yourself so much more without necessarily having to get the credential that to me. It just seems like a waste of money if I had the difference between twenty thousand dollars. Eighty thousand dollars available as far as Of of of of money What I would do is I would focus first on getting the twenty thousand dollar degree and then I would take the time on the on the side to market myself. Effectively build a career oriented website. Make sure that I'm systematically building my presence in the field. You know an international development podcast is going to be far more helpful for her than You know where she gets to meet everybody. That's going to be the most helpful. And most impactful way for her to build her career versus getting an eighty thousand dollar degree. And so if I had the choice between spending twenty thousand and eighty thousand I would go twenty thousand because I have the money and can pay for it and then I would invest money into developing my brand reading the books doing the projects writing the papers writing the essays writing the blog. Post writing the books that are not a current that are currently needed in my field of study and relieved the financial stress. The only exception would be in my opinion if you found somebody who some company that we're willing to pay the full price of the degree and then in that situation things would be slightly different.

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Jury convicts ex-Microsoft worker in digital currency scheme

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Jury convicts ex-Microsoft worker in digital currency scheme

"The jury has convicted a former Microsoft worker of wire fraud and other charges in what prosecutors described as a scheme to steal ten million dollars in digital currency US attorney's office in Seattle says twenty five year old Ukrainian citizen the lot near confi shook helps test Microsoft's online retail sales platform he was accused of stealing digital currency such as gift cards that could be redeemed from Microsoft products the reselling them on the internet and using the proceeds to buy a one hundred and sixty thousand dollar Tesla and one point seven million dollar lake front home jury convicted him today he faces up to twenty years in

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Thieves name-drop Wu-Tang Clan to scam hotels in Georgia

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Thieves name-drop Wu-Tang Clan to scam hotels in Georgia

"Where a group of thieves drove around Atlanta in a rolls Royce pretending to be the Wu Tang clan scamming hotels out of thousands of dollars the complaint filed this week in US District Court claims the suspects ran up huge tabs at the hotels claiming they work for entertainment firm roc nation telling one hotel they were in fact the Wu Tang clan duping one hotel out of forty five grand another one out of thirty nine thousand dollars they sixty thousand dollars for the rolls Royce that they rented the two alleged ringleaders have been charge of identity theft and wire fraud the aforementioned clan has not

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Iowa Democratic Party blames app for results delay

Daily Tech Headlines

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Iowa Democratic Party blames app for results delay

"A company affiliated with and funded by acronym which is Democratic Digital. Nonprofit Group was responsible for building the Iowa Caucus APP that contributed to delays in reporting Monday nights results in the first vote in the party's presidential race. According to sources speaking to the Huffington Post state campaign finance records show the Iowa Democratic Party pay more than sixty thousand dollars for quote website website development late last year a source says those payments were for the APP the caucus site leaders were supposed to use to upload the results of their

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Poverty In Iowa: Why The Poor Often Don't Participate In Caucuses

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:59 min | 6 months ago

Poverty In Iowa: Why The Poor Often Don't Participate In Caucuses

"So Rachel I wanted to tell you about two people. I met a few days ago. They live in the town of Lhamo. Ni- This is in Decatur County down near the Missouri border. We're hearing a lot about the caucuses. Neither of them caucus last night. And I want to tell you why. Hi I'm Trista Farrell Emigrant Mother of two a mother of three grams. Todd I'm married. I have an eight year old son with autism and four year old son and I went kindergarten through college. All here in the MONAE it. It kind of moved around to work and come back home to the poorest county in the state of Iowa so the poorest county in Iowa what does that look like. It's interesting I mean there's a vibrant university university there and as you heard both tied whose last name was Sherman and Theresa Have College Education but like a lot of families. There's depends on this food pantry where I met them. Tied is currently not working as you heard. He's carrying for son with Autism Theresa just started work at trucks. She'd been in in and out of employment dealing with health problems. I've always battled with mental health issues depression anxiety so bad in two thousand is an seven. I was in a car accident and sustained a traumatic brain. Injury broke my arm an it took a long long time to recover from that. So both Theresa and Todd are living below the poverty line so many variables. I'm one day away from losing everything you know. I hate asking people for money but if if the option is either to ask my parents for money or did not have a gallon of milk in my fridge. I'm going to have to ask for money. So who are they asking. WHO's helping so they're getting help from family but also federal assistance disability Medicaid and they described to me this in reality if they take a job that pays even a little more they could be dropped from some of these programs? Actually be in worship if I do go and get a full time job and we make too much money and then we get cut off of insurance. How much is it gonNA cost to ensure a forty three year old thirty two year old and a four year old? I went to college for four years. Have Sixty thousand dollars since student loan. That doesn't make sense so frustrating. I mean David it's interesting. It's interesting right that the role of the federal government in people's lives in many ways it is it is at the heart of this election. Yeah and when I spoke to both to recent Todd I've actually just been talking a few hours before the farmer in a town close by. He is voting voting for president trump. Because he says the Democrats give away too much welfare he said people should just go out and get a job. And I raised that with Theresa and Todd and they talked about these misconceptions around poverty. I'm not stupid I think that that's attached to a lot of lettuce. If she knew Moore she do better. That's not always the case you know. I'm not lazy and not dumb. I'm not trying to take anything I'm from you. I feel guilty. I have guilty chain. I'm not lazy. I've worked for the last ten years of my life. That is the stigma. That's attached Aksu. Poverty is you live in a free house you know. Get Free Insurance you know. That's not necessarily the case. So what about their political choices. I ask them and this. This is so interesting they are amongst so many lower income Americans who feel like they are not part of the political process. Todd said politicians. Just don't get what he's going through so he was not going to caucus last night to Reso- was afraid she feels like she lacks the knowledge to make an informed decision. I'M GONNA point a finger at a Political ignorance right now quoting. There's a lot of people don't it's time to move. It's just A. It's just a big topic so rich I reach back to Teresa last night. She was sick so she couldn't go to caucus but after our interview she actually got in touch with the local Democratic Party chair. And he's hoping to get more involved in.

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Proposed federal law seeks to limit skyrocketing salaries of college coaches

The Paul Finebaum Show

10:06 min | 7 months ago

Proposed federal law seeks to limit skyrocketing salaries of college coaches

"Well anyway. I I call one of your stories. He's just week. We're talking about salaries and congress trying to put a cap on things and you. Did I think a an amazing. I don't know how you doug all this up. A deep dive live into the evolution of coaching salaries. Take us through that process. Yeah I one of the one of the most interesting thing about college. Football is how in twenty twenty I guess in our in our myopic nature point twenty we think that we all have these like little arguments novel discussion Russia. We've been doing this thing for one hundred fifty years at this point in time there are quite a bit of things that just are not new and some of that is complaining about too many bowl games but another one of those things is talking about how coaching salaries are way too high. I mean it's it's it has quite literally almost almost always been like this. I mean Amos Alonzo Stagg at Chicago making six thousand dollars in eighteen eighteen ninety two now I went back and use the consumer price report and price some of these salaries out in you know twenty eighteen at the time buying power. And you know. That's six thousand dollars. Amazon does stag was making then was worth like a hundred and sixty thousand dollars back in eighteen. Ninety two there has always been this separation between what highly paid college. Football coaches made Versus what the Common Man Colombian mix. You know I'll I'll bring it to your audience and hit them home like bear Bryant when he's doing. Brian show that that famous Sunday highlight show That that became formative so formative for a lot of Alabama fans. He wasn't doing that just out of the good report he was because he was getting paid there Bryan getting in pay. That's why I thought he. I thought you said he was a benevolent. So I believe you remember this because you weren't born but he also had to Eat the potato chips and drink cocoa which by the way had bourbon in it. Yes absolutely I mean like bear. Bryant was Bear Bryant was cheering the back right now. Yeah so I find it amazing we we. We had a professor on earlier who who was very much a part of the Donna? Shalala Team Wanting to limit coaching Ching salaries so When did they make the big turn? When did they start going? I mean as as some of the critics say out of control to me. It really doesn't matter what any of these guys make but TAKE A. When was the big turn? I think they really and truly exploded in the nineteen eighties because in the nineteen eighties. That's when that Supreme Court hate happened with like Georgia Oklahoma and you know they got. TV rights You know they divorced the TV rights from the NCAA and schools colleges then became able to go. She ate television rights As entertaining defended themselves. Obviously than we get into the CFO era and BCS. And what we have now where the SEC. Disperse what was it. Six hundred and fifty some odd the million dollars yesterday give or take a few million yeah To all fourteen member schools. I mean look. The bedrock of this cannot be overstated. The bedrock bedrock of this is this when you as an Athletic Department at Florida Alabama at Lsu is Florida state when you do not have to pay your labor force when you do not have to compensate you or athletes. That money has to go somewhere now. That money goes to beyond coaching salaries. I mean that's the facilities race that is everything. Everything that makes these college will programs at opulent as they can be obviously a really really big part of the PIE now. Is Coaching salaries. Now Coaching coaching salaries the early eighties. That's stuff starts to get reported. That's my really really starts coming into Coming into the sport in a way that it had really really before that By the time you get through the mid nineties Florida's paying Steve Spurrier the one of the first billion dollar contracts so that he doesn't jump to the NFL at that time honestly the NFL itself explodes. You've got that competition. So it's it's the competition that that spurs in any industry the street Salaries and money and will lose those things but the early eighties. I think is where we can really pinpoint when college athletics kind of started growing up from a from a fiscal standpoint talking to Richard Johnson from a better society in now we all know what is going on. I'm interested where were you. Were you sit on this. Because the the so called Donna. Shalala proposal We heard Professor Ridpath on this would would curtail a lot of things I find find. It somewhat amusing chancellors and presidents at Private Schools More so than public schools making. I'm five six million dollars a year We have an offensive and defensive coordinator is making major seven figure salaries I know is a highly paid journalists. Where we're we're are you on what Shola is is attempting to to do at least down one lane in Congress right. I think you have a good point. the the facilities boom and the salary boom of coaches collect directors and the things that we coach Sports Mirror. That of what we see on the institutional side at a lot of these verses and I think that is one thing thing that really gets lost you know like you said like g Foreign President of like West Virginia. Like these guys make guys and girls make six figures seven figures. There is a lot of money in higher education in the United States at the highest levels. college athletics is it is not an outlander But like studies have shown time and time again going back thirty forty fifty years that when your football all team is good when your basketball team is good It becomes you know they always say that is the front porch of the university. Admissions skyrocket when athletics. Do well and that is. Why a lot of these University of course than anything else I think? Put Up with and we'll pay out the nose for Nick Sabin or Jim Harbaugh or a Davos. We or whatever I think the dirty secret is is the weight from Ro a lot of these endowments in some of these very popular. Schools would shrink a lot more than people wanNA realize. No I mean just look around. I mean boone pickens. She died recently. I mean the the amount of money that he put into Oklahoma state and I don't I don't mean to disparage Oklahoma state in stillwater Oklahoma. Oh my been there. And if you haven't Richard Make sure that you put that on your bucket list. Wouldn't it wouldn't have had that type of money And and a lot of these Jerry Jones. He's given to the University of Arkansas. You can go down the list And I mean and it's because of one thing we're trying to win in in in college football or basketball depending on on on where you live and what part of the country you're in. Yeah absolutely I saw a stew. MANDL's works in the for pretty athletic. He He has a college pat column and somebody asked him Ten million dollars. What would you do with it to build a staff? And I look the question and I was like look man if you WANNA compete with Alabama Lsu Clemson Oklahoma Ohio state. You need more your salary. You Pool has to be bigger than ten million dollars. I mean on on its face. You'RE GONNA have to pay a coach at that level. Five five and a half six six billion dollars. You'RE GONNA have to pay your coordinators eight hundred nine hundred thousand dollars because Dave Aranda was was pulling such a salaried Lsu a few atmosphere necessarily because he was such town defensive coordinator which he is but it was because one opinions coordinator so that the only job job they'll leave for is a G. Five or or power five kids coaching job. It's got bulletproof coordinators. I WANNA lose them. I don't want to take collateral. If they leave me they gotta take step up so okay. You're paying both your coordinators Like one point eight billion dollars between the two. That's like eight million dollars. Just gone to the head coach in coordinators. Now you're in another like five million dollars higher director staff your eight assistant coaches which is all right. That's your ten assistant coaches You want to compete with Georgia Alabama. All right we'll have a party because you have to fill out the rest of those staffs with analysts. We assist tense You know you gotTa have a staff of three saw guys kind of the shadow. Coaching staff that that Alabama kind of those famous or infamous. No matter how how are depending on which by the fence you went on but You know it takes money to keep up with the Joneses and it takes a lot of line really want we national championship. Always great to have you on Richard other than chicken. What's the what's the second most favorite food that you'll be serving the super bowl party Sunday lady a friend is bringing some guacamole? She'll be homemade guacamole. I'm not a big block fan but you know you know how this you gotta try say like it. So that'll that'll it'll be my My side dish. I cannot wait I if I'm in the neighborhood I'll just drop Bil- bring some bring bring a some some fruit cake leftover from Christmas. I couldn't give away Gringa fruitcake. Brings some cold ones man. I'll have seat for you right on the couch next to meatball. Thank you great. Great to talk to you again come back soon. Have you

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Margaret Good to run against Vern Buchanan for Congress

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Margaret Good to run against Vern Buchanan for Congress

"This state is buying twenty thousand acres of land in the heart of the Everglades currently slated for oil drilling and production in western Broward no of Valen Stein with the Florida department of environmental protection says this is a win win for the environment and residents' this is a huge day this is guaranteeing that the heart of the Everglades public ownership and secure for future generations this marks the largest wetland acquisition in a decade Wendy course men Miami Florida as lieutenant governor genet Nunez says she's happy to see the legislators received governor rod to set a state of the state address with the same excitement as they did his first one last year were acting great results again and I would just stay tuned and watch the process and see how we come out on top the clock is ticking for J. EA to accept the deal from its former CEO Erin song gave the utility board until Friday to give him a severance package that's less than what is contract calls for but if his offers not accepted by his deadline he'll withdraw the boards trying to see if they can fire song without having to pay in many severance at all fundraising reports are coming in on a closely watched Florida congressional race Sarasota democratic state representative Margaret good is challenging Republican incumbent burn Buchanan in Florida sixteenth congressional district good reports she raised about three hundred sixty thousand dollars in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen compared to five hundred twenty four thousand for Buchanan the democratic congressional campaign committee has the sixteen district as one of the congressional seats it's targeting in twenty twenty I am Recco

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Jonathan 'Foodgod' Cheban hires security team to prevent Kim Kardashian-like robbery in Paris

Celeb News Ride Home

03:14 min | 7 months ago

Jonathan 'Foodgod' Cheban hires security team to prevent Kim Kardashian-like robbery in Paris

"One of my favorite celebrity hangers-on of all time is this Guy Jonathan Shaaban who his now legally named food. God He's Kim Kardashians best friend. I've talked about him on this podcast before he's just he's amazing he's so funny to me. He's obsessed with like doc decadent and disgusting instagram shots of food. He's never met your he didn't want to get onto. He live. Laflin loves his life as a Kardashian ashes adjacent celeb- and I love that for him. I celebrate celebrate you God anyway. Food God is making headlines Today because he just arrived in in Paris for fashion week with this intense looking security team and looking at a pauper out see photo right now of Food God and he surrounded did by two very serious looking bodyguards. They've got there like arms clasped in front of them. They're very serious. In Y is food God traveling around Paris with this giant Ryan team of bodyguards. Well according to page six. Who got the exclusive INFO on this? They wrote quote. The man formerly known as Jonathan Chapman has hired extra security for himself during the current Paris. Fashion Week to avoid a Kim Kardashian. Like robbery in two thousand sixteen the keeping up with the Kardashians Star Star was tied up by robbers who stole more than ten million dollars worth of jewelry. It's important for his peace of mind and wellbeing. A source said of food. God end quote quote. So of course. Kim's robbery was traumatic and scary for her including everyone. That's close to her. Her four million dollar ring got stolen. She was tied up. Held hostage very real L.. Very serious very very terrifying stuff but also Kim Kardashian is like one of the most famous people on Earth but hey food. God's got good reason to be worried. He's engaging engaging in some wealth flawn t social media behavior which can be a target for robbers. The best part of this whole page six article is when they talk about food. Food God's jewelry that he's allegedly worried might get stolen page six wrote quote. He owns a sixty thousand dollar hamburger necklace and a cotton candy inspired necklace worth ninety. Eight thousand dollars. It's no surprise. He'd flink himself with beefy guards and quote wait. I'm obsessed fast with this sixty thousand dollar hamburger necklace like Oh my God. It's so good I love. I just looked up the picture of it and I can't look away like it's so funny honey. It's actually quite tiny tiny little diamond encrusted hamburger. I'm obsessed but I do. I do wonder like how much does a security gene like this in Paris even costs. Like that's gotta be expensive right but you know what. It doesn't matter because sure this hamburger necklace is i. Guess Worth Sixty grand and but personally. I think it's priceless. I mean a piece like that. Come on priceless completely. Priceless on a side note. I would really really love to see an uncut gems sequel about the sixty thousand dollar hamburger necklace. It could like star Jonathan Chavan. I mean he he'd be a great actor I think. I don't think he's ever really tried acting. But I think I would love to watch him. Star in an uncut gems sequel about the hammer hamburger

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sixty thousand dollars. Okay. She of eighty six thousand dollars in debt you need to clean up. What is your household income today? Seventeen hundred. About forty eight thousand a year, give or take. Okay. Fifty thousand. Yeah. Okay. And. How old are you? How much is in the four fifty seven? Fifty seven. Okay. Yeah. When I retired from the state okay, what would you be making when you retire? Less. Why don't you get a better job when you retire? I'm not. What? Okay. So you're going to get a better job. Better job yet. You're only fifty three I don't have a lot of money in your deeply in debt, so you need money. Okay. So we take your pension and you get a better job, and we pay off the debt doing that. No, I would not use your four fifty seven. You don't have much money in there. Definitely wouldn't refinance my home and put it on the revolving debt. I would cut the credit cards quit using them. And then I would get on a really tight budget and start working like a crazy man taken on start working on. What do you think you're going to retire? Well. Eligible to retire anytime I want I was thinking about retirement. Okay. This job ain't going onto working at another job. Yeah, let's, let's get the job lined up that makes more money than you make now plus you get your pension which gets you out of that faster. And let's, let's retire soon as you get the new job if you get it next week, go ahead and retire, if you get the new job in September, retire, if you get the new job in January, retire, but let's go ahead and get the job. I don't want you wandering off and sitting on your butt on less money than you make now with this mess. You have. Because you didn't have the other job lined up. That's what I would do. So. Yeah. I think, you know, the answer to this is more earn more and clear, the debt with that. No, you can't borrow your way out of that. I never tell people to borrow on their home to pay off their debts unless it's to avoid a bankruptcy or foreclosure, and you're certainly not in that situation. You just got eighty six thousand dollars worth of debt on a fifty thousand dollar income that needs to be cleaned up and hopefully with the new job plus the pension. We're not dealing with a fifty thousand dollar income or dealing with an eighty thousand dollar income. And now we clean this up by living on nothing beans, and rice, rice and beans cut up, the credit cards, attack, these debts, and knock them out, because they are prohibiting you from building wealth aggressively over the next twenty years, which would you at seventy three years old? And I want you to be a millionaire with a paid for house by then. And you can be, by the way, but you're going to have to take the very distinct steps to get there. Embar on your way out of debts. Not one of them Kimberley's in Columbia, South Carolina. Hi, kimberly. How are you? Great. How are you better than I deserve? What's up in your world? Currently have one vehicle. But the one vehicle put us in debt, forty thousand so we got rid of it. To put us completely out of debt. We are left with one car. He worked full time part time. We have four kids at home. Able to get a ride from my in-laws and go grocery shopping, and such, but it's been really really tough. Sure. What's your household income? My husband makes fifty thousand and. Two thousand a month. Summer. So seventy five thousand dollar household income right now. And, and you have no debt, except your home. Absolutely. So I, I think it big deal to go and save up a couple thousand bucks and get a hoop. Dee at least. Question. I had some my husband's completely against financing car, which I totally understand. Now, I have found a used van for thirty five hundred. In savings. So I would have to get a small loan out for it. No. No, we just got out of debt, I want you to I want you to get a car as soon as you can. We're not going to go in debt anymore. Here's the thing, because out of all the millionaires have studied all of them. Tell me they borrow money, and that's how they become a millionaire. Okay. Borrow money. Okay for your sake. Okay. Because you can't go running to debt every time you have a need, and you have a very legitimate need kids. You're stuck at home with no wheels. Omar. I'm going crazy. Just listening to this. You know, I don't blame you. So let's you know it's a big priority. And you guys need to lean on the budget. Let's have a garage sale itself. Some stuff on Craigslist. Let's green beans, and let's get together thirty five hundred bucks in the next two or three months pay cash for something like that van you found but I would never tell you to go back into debt or go into debt for car ever. The boy, you need one, I'm with you on that keto. So let's get you some kind if you want to jump it over and get you a thousand dollar car real fast. And then move up to a three or four thousand a few months. I don't care whatever you want to do on that. I mean you just need. Wheels is all you need right now. Taking a look at traffic some traffic trouble in the south bay four vehicle. Wreck over to the right hand shoulder on southbound six eighty this is your perching the key road slowing traffic from calaveras boulevard in Richmond. A stalled out the ical still stuck in the left lane, eastbound eighty cutting Castro valley. A box truck is on fire over to the right hand shoulder on westbound five eighty s before Castro valley boulevard. Stop traffic there from Eden canyon road. This report is sponsored by fair. What do you want to do in life? It's going to take money. A lot of people are doing ridesharing to make money if you drive with Uber, you can get a car from faire free for the first week and your car from fair isn't alone. 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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I I quit retired and everything, but this week was the first time the second time she ever came back to to talk to you about anything since nineteen ninety six kind of freaking out. What took her so long, you know, right, right? Did she have another to do list for you? That she have another to do list for you. Well, I don't know not to do with this really funny. So let me tell you what happened my brother died in December. And when they when she died, he inherited their house got nice Ville, your long and mountains, West Virginia. And so he heard the house and he died in December and let the house to his daughter. So I've been trying to help his daughter since December United side how keep have three fifty sixty thousand dollars on for your out. How keep it? You know? For her and everything and we just in Iraq in our brain. You know, the sides the death of him. It's just been. It's just been hill. You know, right. Right. So I told her called her yesterday morning. Six o'clock today. I've found a renter for you. If you wanna rent it. So I went out the house yesterday morning. She lives about five miles from the and go away on this guy to stop and interviewing wanted to rent out. And he didn't show up didn't show up. So I come home, and it's about eleven thirty. I come home thirty in the morning, and I failed it laid down the bed, and I just feel immediately ended up deep sweep, and my mother showed up and the drain, and but it was in the dream. I was still out the house after it had this napping. I told in the dream. I said how did I get here? I just sweet. And my look look at my mother was sitting on the other the couch just laughing smiling laughing, and we're in really bright, red cut and. And she's I'm like mom, this ain't funny. You know, going through hell, my brother die, and she's just laughing and laughing laughing, and she said really are you serious? You know, you can handle this this with no problem. And I just couldn't believe that's the messy. She was going to give me after not come back for all these years. You know, what did you have any tips? Not just was laughing because he funny that we was acting. He's acting so dumb and so worried because she knew that it wouldn't be a problem. You know? And was did you solve the problem? We decide she decided she wasn't gonna rent and everything's worked out since. Then. There you go moms always know, right? Everything worked out so quick. After that tree. It's so true. I remember as a young man coming home for whatever reason when I lived at home, and I rejected or dejected or despondent or whatever. And my mother would always say the same thing just gets better early and everything will be better in the morning. Yeah. And it used to drive me nuts. What come on? That's not going to solve anything. But you know, what? She was always, right. Not mother was a naked person I ever met in my life. And my dad beat the crap out of her for twenty years. He was a beautiful woman angel everybody and everybody loved her, and it's just it's a miracle really kind of life. She led steel, you know, ended up that way, you know. But anyway, I like to ask you what you gotta help me. This problem have I calling this on remote viewing. 'cause I don't know what else to call it that I will sit down like in a chair go lay down to bed or whatever, you know. When you have those dreams in your falling, and you jerk for you land. Oh, yes. Okay. I'm doing this. There's something I'm kind of like that. But I'm awake. And what I'll do go lay down or sit down the chair shut mine and bam hit I met a car wreck. And I see it all like looking through the eyes of. The person that's driving the car. I see the car in front of what color is all in color and everything what car their vehicle is. And then hitting the car, and then I jerk the, you know, we hit the car, and I opened my eyes. What the heck is that if a whole bunch of times and our wreck, but does the car accident actually happen? I don't know a just having a vision of it. You just having a vision of I'm not sure what that's all about. I tell you what a the man with x Ray is they call them candidates. Edgar Casey Dr Douglas, James Cottrell C o double T R E double L. Dr Douglas, James could trail go to his website and reach out to him. Maybe he'll have an answer for you. He's my go-to guy when it comes to remote viewing in what he calls quantum meditation. All right. Here's BTO yet. Another Canadian van taking into the break with let it ride and more of your calls when we come back on coast to coast AM. News of the. And when it breaks, I'm Eric Gaffney.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good for you and your range of income during that time sixty thousand dollars. Good for you. Excellent job very very well done. Congratulations. What kind of debt was the forty five thousand so about half of it was student loans and the other half was credit cards. All right. Very cool. So what happened to you seventeen months ago? So actually was actually around this time about two years ago where I was trying to figure out how to live a comfortable life after retirement because I all I heard was like, you know, when you get your job you need to plan for retirement. So I was trying to ask around I do research, but everybody had different answers. And it got me really confused though. I was like, okay. I'll just pray about this. And I started praying about it. And then while I was on Christian online bookstore. I'm I looked at financing your book came up, and when your book came up, I eventually read it, and I was like, oh, well before I even go into retirement, I need to get my financial situation under control, and I was really excited. So they're out that whole time for was two weeks right before the new year so right around Christmas. And so I I was like, okay. Well, I'm gonna just start for the new year. So I started January two thousand seventeen and throughout that whole time. I remember in the book, you said, you got to look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself you're going to behave with your money. So for the two weeks, I did that. And then like I do that every day until I believe, and then I started the journey, and I've hated us. Thank you. What do you do for a living? I'm an engineer at a medical device company. Oh, good for you. She got an engineering degree. Yes, sir. All right. You're going to be an everyday millionaire. Yes, you're on your way the plan. So proud of you well done well done. So the total money makeover book was the key. Yes. Total money makeover book and. Doing that. And actually believing in yourself and speaking victory over yourself. I mean, just praying and just doing that like constantly everyday reminding myself what I wanna do that really did help out lot. Absolutely very well done. Well, congratulations. Very proud of you. Thank you your job. Who's your biggest cheerleader my biggest cheerleaders, actually, my sister? She I did the debt for what I pay off my debt, but she was like you should come here. And do it live like, okay. So here, I am not really a person. I would do this on my own hurts me. And so here I am. She came with you. Yes. Very cool. Drove the four hours. She's more of the driver. Very good. Very good very cool white ago. How's it feel it feels really amazing and I noticed around Christmas and people are using excuse like, oh because I'm in debt that I can't I'm or because I'm paying off my dad, I can't given all that kind of stuff. But I don't think you should use that as excuse to go into debt already. Did it Christmas is right around the corner. That's cool. But going forward just say you're not going to do this anymore because I paid off my debt, and it's like it's almost like I'm giving more of that. Because.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Iran and what did you find okay i found that he he lent sixty thousand dollars to a friend of his on the personal note i do and the cashier's check anyhow now he passed away a year and a half ago as i mentioned in the same month that's one the last payment was made nothing sense and then the following month i discovered on that he tried he hasn't the person bar the money tried to manipulate the loan document anyhow i want to sue him for the remaining balance which he only paid five payments he only made five payments prior to that and so i want to see them sure collect collect for the breach of contract now if you can please advise me on you know i have consulted attorney i haven't retained them yet i i want to hear your opinion and see first of all you have to sue on behalf of the estate because you're presenting the estate and the lawsuit continues on or the money is still owed and the administ is there a an attorney that wrote his will he got the form i believe off a legalzoom oh all right so you're going to happen to your attorney each clause correct.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"I i it's baffles me sixty thousand dollars a year i work you know sixty hours a week i'm like brother like what were we talking about before we went in here i said i have this problem my problem is this the problem is i tend to do nothing for weeks at a time and then all of a sudden i realize i need to really do something or i get inspired by something and then i work eighteen hours a day for two months and then i spend the next three months really doing nothing and said i'm trying to get to a point where i just do a little bit of work every single day i just finished a book called the slight edge which is a really great book by the way it's not it's not a new book it's an older but but it was recommended to me by friend and the slight edge i guess that's one more book i've read so that was just the audiobook thirteenth i was the thirteenth book so the slight edge is is a great book and talks about is like look there are people who are six hundred pounds and there are people who are greek gods they just look their physical specimens both of those people eat it's just a question of what they eat how much they eat and what they do with purpose and so he said the difference between the guy who's a greek god who looks like a he's been chiselled out of stone and the fat dumpy guy who's sitting in his recliner is small choices small daily choices the guy who's the the guy who's been chiselled out of marble is a guy who every morning when his alarm who chooses the night before to send alarm for five am and then chooses when that alarm goes off to get up and go to the gym and then chooses when he's faced with either a salad or a piece of pizza chooses the chicken salad over the pizza and he does it consistently he doesn't do it once he does it consistently small decisions over time that's what this whole book the slight edge is about and i also started trying to figure out how i organize my life so i'm trying to get away and i'm trying to get to a point where i just do four.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Now back to financial engines investing sense with bob richards nationally recognized certified financial planner andy smith to just a couple of moments ago we talked about the e mail we received from larry with a question about how to manage his social security with his 401k withdraws he sent that to us at ask andy at investingsense dot com and he starts out with a nice comment about the show larry begins with i enjoy your show very much and now my question if you plan to take social security and you have a sizable 401k does the draw from the 401k impact the social security payments for example suppose i make fifteen thousand dollars a year time draw social security and poll sixty thousand dollars from my 401k how will that sixty thousand dollars impact social security yeah good question thanks for writing larry you know this is a pretty cool story i learned i went back and forth over email and the first thing that i asked was when is all of this going to happen when is all of this going to start coming together you've got larry's reply what did he say he replied with a plan to retire in the next eight to eighteen months i'm sixty one and we'll be sixty two in january and i want to work part time next year i have about one point four million in a 401k and three hundred thousand dollars in cash i know if you go over a certain cap while on social security you're not getting the full benefit so confession time here on investing sense i don't know if i'm proud to admit this or not but you do this long enough you get to know a lot of these social security rules there's so much going on here with social security and so this particular rule that larry was referencing only applies when you reach full retirement age right that's when your earnings no longer reduce your benefits no matter how much you earn now if you are younger than full retirement age and if you make more than the annual earnings limit your earnings may reduce your social security benefit all right you're actually penalized for making too much money in your benefits your.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WLOB

"That the latest way in which to disagree with someone is not to say i disagree with you and i think you're wrong is to say i'm gonna try to push you out of business if you own a store i'm going to get you closed down if you don't make the cake i'm going to file a legal lawsuit and try to have you find a hundred and sixty thousand dollars over it and and this idea that it's not enough to disagree we want to to get people out of any semblance of participation in our society and culture i find that troubling i truly do they they want to silence you governor and they want to silence people who shoe share your belief sent a going back to two to my opening comments your beliefs are pretty typical of the of the average country music fan and quite frankly the average american well i don't think i'm all that uh out of step with a whole lot of people now if i had gone to the oscars last night i'm pretty sure that i would have stood out like a skunk at the garden or erdf want that's a guaranteed their yes sir but but you know the irony is that weizman and i didn't watch the oscars but i was listening to clips on talk radio uh earlier today and one of the things that i heard was frances mcdormand comment that you know we're gonna have a diversity inclusion brighter and i thought that's great i wonder will that include evangelical split include pro lifers will include republicans what are you bet it doesn't and so what is the inclusion if inclusion only means people who have a strong.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The and sixty thousand dollars a year with colombia number one at fifty seven thousand two hundred other schools at the top vassar college harvey mud college the university of chicago trinity college franklin a marshall and toughs investors tuition yes cetera josh tuition gorgeous visited frank little marche on over the i thought oh thanks jen twenty two minutes now after the hour on this morning america's first news when you're hiring you don't want us sort through dozens of irrelevant resumes you want to shortlist of qualified candidates that's why you need indeedcom diana's hired with indeed it just gives me so many more qualified applicants to choose from pose a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using it into would've online dashboard discover why three million businesses use indeed for hiring host a job today indeedcom slash higher search for greatness search indeed small business never stops moving so dell's us based smallbusiness technology advisers are trained to keep up just call eight seven seven by dell to get connected with an adviser who will get to know your business and taylor a solution with dell pcs powered by intel core processors that is right for you so you can focus on your business and leave the tech questions to dell call 877buydell to get in touch with a tech advisor today oh no delaware traffic on route one this morning northbound it's just a little bit slow still between route forty enroute to 73 but ninety five northbound is still stop and go from route one and heading on up to maryland avenue south on ninety five little bit heavy conquer pipe to delaware avenue 495 looks good not seeing any issues if you're on 295 falkland wrote in wilmington close for road work between one hundred one forty one so one hundred is a little bit slower than usual and that is between dupont road and heading on up to one forty one people are using that is there alternate route and that's a look at traffic on the shal taylor.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To make up for the sixty thousand dollars so you'd be in when you say you take away the athletics scholarship and now the player has to pay for it okay that that that would be fine for maybe the best one hundred two hundred players in college basketball but there are 3500 division one college basketball players and where does that leave those guys who would if you get like a toy to either tact athletic or get paid oca may i guess you could do that i voted for what what what why would it why would it bother you that the guy that could market himself would still get the the room and board and the scholarship paid for why does that like you would take down some of the conversation or like not make it so important that they're getting paid a and getting a scholarship called peak we're having such a issue with them having scholarships and paid for while they to me the hey to me the kid to me the player has earned the scholarship he has a talent he's good enough at something to earn a scholarship his his hard work the university is valuing by giving him some thing to get him through college without debt i think that's fair i think he's also fair that that player can use his likeness his brand his talent is identity his image to go make money doing something else it doesn't have to just be sponsorships what if the kid wants an inch if paid internship in the summer he should be able to do that let's get a better himself jeff in west virginia you're on cbs sports radio.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"And he willing to relocate in and out burger newsham is for its secret venue uh perhaps though the fast food chains most shocking secret that was revealed over the weekend is the sixfigure salaries that its managers of pulling down the california sun reports managers in inandout make a hundred and sixty thousand dollars a year on average more than the average of software engineer lawyer are attacked working in california and that makes approximately triple what the average restaurant manager makes in and out these chests on this is quote from them here e on's about everybody else said the head of the food labor research center wages and benefits they're the best large chaim in a network of start a thirteen dollars an hour yeah and the average manager a hundred and sixty thousand dollars a year on all because of that busy wow and they look they're folks up again have no idea did you know this about the i kia founder who died over the weekend at age ninety one he started the business when he was 17 years old and grew to four hundred and twelve stores were seventy two billion dollars the guy's still war secondhand clothes and drove a fifteen year old car isn't that like how you read about most like billionaires they're are always very further galling and they just don't care that was like a warm buffeted thing on warren buffett recently he dry like a ten year old car lives in like a very modest house and he's the richest man in the world maybe there's no thrill an and buying like really expensive cars or whatever because you know you can and so like us guides mcdonald's that was the other thing he eats like crap and you know he's gold them it'll probably lived to be of a billion evan a day i would have to say that i would i don't know if i live in like a like that lake house the kaelin was in over the weekend i don't think i live in southern like that i sent a picture of a ladder might twitter yet managed to hear that huge frigate thing i don't think i would live and stuff like that but how was that by the.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"To save only of sixty thousand dollars now that is on believable just unbelievable that anybody out there fifty percent of the whole country has five thousand or less the people who actually believe in savings who have saved took returned the country only has sixty thousand how could you retire on sixty thousand dollars i have no idea how they even think that that's going to work it blows my mind now when you add age to that it really skews the numbers because elderly people have we more savings in younger kids it's edward said every says you go through age groups which are hereby age group and what you'll see is that there are different age groups that believe differently in saving so if you get to the age group the working age group of thirty two to sixty one you find that the the meaning that we talked about of ninety five thousand dollars but if you look at the people from fifty six to sixty one in other words not the whole group of working class people right now but only people from fifty six to sixty one the last five years quote unquote their average or they're mean is one hundred twenty four thousand dollars i'm sorry offered and sixty three thousand dollars by bad uh if you go from fifty to fifty five two hundred twenty four thousand um and it goes down precipitously from that point on as you get younger and younger and younger um but these are people that are saving feature not everybody these are just people that are saving so even though wealthiest right the wealthiest age group which is the senior citizens about ready retire their average averages only 100 in sixty three thousand bucks folks i don't know how you retired secure through thousand dollars you going to take the money audio 401 k in riot rain can act pay taxes on right you're gonna have to pay taxes on that money it still in your 401 k it still in your ira you're going to pay thirty percent taxes maybe you could get down.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To save only of sixty thousand dollars now that is on believable just unbelievable that anybody out there fifty percent of the whole country has five thousand or less the people actually believe in savings who have saved fit returned the country only had sixty thousand how could you retire on sixty thousand dollars i have no idea how they even think that that's going to work it blows my mind now when you add age to that it really should use the numbers because elderly people have we more savings in younger kids at said ritz said richard so as you go through the age groups they would chart here by age group and what you'll see is that there are different age groups that believe differently in saving so if you get to the age group the working age group of thirty two to sixty one you find that the the meaning that we talked about up ninety five thousand dollars but if you look at the people from fifty six to sixty one in other words not the whole group of working class people right now but only people from fifty six to sixty one the last five years quote unquote their average or they're mean is one hundred twenty four thousand dollars i'm sorry a hundred and sixty three thousand dollars my there uh if you go from fifty to fifty five two hundred twenty four thousand and it goes down precipitously from that point on as you get younger and younger and younger um but these are people that are saving feature not everybody these are just people that are saving so even though wealthiest right the wealthiest age group which is the senior citizens about ready retire their averages only 100 and sixty three thousand bucks folks i don't know how your retirement sixty three thousand dollars you're going to take the money out of your 401 k you're going to have to pay taxes on it right you're gonna have to pay taxes on that money it still in you 401 k it still in your ira you're going to pay thirty percent.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The entire sixty thousand dollars but japan on some of them many of them one model that is that then they got a really going with the other thing because they will come and i need to make out of that uh i i'd like to have a combinator usair right down to do a ten thirty one exchange you have to change the escrow that you currently have it all the the sale just changes the the language in it so that the escrow company holds onto the money and it it it just has to be titled an done correctly and then you've got to live up to forty five days to identify one hundred eighty days to close in so if you put the language into the into the sale and the money gets held for you in the ten thirty one escrow account and you don't find a property that you want to buy in uvira and you do you can't get it done in time well then you get all your money and you pay tax on it just like you would have if you didn't try it it does open some possibilities if you are added in and it'll be a little bit more expensive not dramatically on the sale price but are the sale of costs but at talk to your era brokers about at your real estate people about it and try and are looking for another place if if you really want to defer taken the but we're talking about you know how much 15 percent of fifty thousand bucks you're talking about seventy five hundred dollars in tax that you're you're you're doing a lot of work to try to avoid and all you do is postponing the tax it's not getting rid of it now it's down the lines you wall somebody you well if you well di with it and you've you've pass it on the air and say i don't know if i worked at hard for the i yeah i'm not sure hey i gotta take a break john if you have any other questions we could touchy more off the air about this uh ten thirty one exchange that's another we don't talked a lot about anymore i don't know why but we just don't okay seven seven planner more coming up puckett strategy investing don't go away.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Area blackberry raspberry his the only difference was linked gerald stuff like that nice of consistency not believe with made well yes i can't get in four hundred difference this them oh how much money i want to sixty thousand dollars i am going to tell you i was about to lose my god i hear i was default i mortgages in my own where is loaded in arizona arizona murdo dates by thug look three oh yes i stand correct it very very fun to funny people good episode that one has been um that one that one really moved up and down the countdown at some points it was not in the top sixteen at other points it was even higher than 13 it's really been one that has fluctuated but at the end of the day that's where it's turned out was episode thirteen and that's really what it all comes down to the end of the day that is true speaking of the end of the day we're almost at the end of the show fuck bites this episode in particular but i i did not want christmas to pass without doing something a little special for the listeners you say that as if you don't know what i'm talking about i do know what you're talking about and i agree i think the listeners deserve this they deserve this now last year it had this coming actually let's talk about two years ago two years ago on vis best dubs mmhmm i don't know what happened or how we stumbled across it what do you recall the genesis of of of this um.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"To pay sixty thousand dollars just to rent donald trump golf carts to protect the president that's outrageous and of course that's just one thing that's just golf carts us not office space or hotel rooms or other ways he's forcing the government to patronize his business if he wants to go vacation somewhere else not his property fine the taxpayers will pay to protect him but if he wants to go to his own properly you shouldn't be able to build to taxpayers for it uh and that just uh i it's it's appalling and there ought to be bipartisan support put an end to it you've got to imagine that it for barack obama doing this uh they would never tolerate for a minute and they shouldn't torrid of this president either all of all goes the mine is the fact that you'd actually have to codify this into law the book is the minds you can't up still president can't charge your rent for protecting them it's true a you know this is the thing that there are certain norms of behaviour that we've always expected that we didn't think we had to legislate because no who would do that really but then we have a president now who tramples these norms of office and we find that we're going to have to pass a whole slew of laws that basically institute common sense and decency uh as well as transparency so we're going to have to pass a law that says you need to disclose your tax returns if you're going to run for president so that we know what are you making decisions in the interest the country or you're making decisions because it's in your financial does centrist to do it uh and we're it up to prohibit future presidents from enriching themselves in office uh we've got vodka who's getting trademarks from china that you could never get before uh and i am there's no way you could persuade me that would have happened at the prison fall through on his threat to uh revisit one china policy uh lows trademarks were given bright after he decided he was not going to.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And you want to help her sixty thousand dollars is single individual us the probably doesn't have any right off that this point in the twenty five percent bracket so this helping her what the state well this was the berries from okeyo virginia i don't know where the daughter and i didn't even know that she's single but okay well those are kind of important issues but worse dooming she is if she's not them she may wanna do rough on k or raw thiry it'd be easier for you to help her to the roth ira because you can make the contribution directly to it have her signed the account opened the account and then you can make the contribution directly to it and you know what's going in going to the four one k gotta come from were paycheck you can reimburse or for the money that went into it help her out with her bills because her checks going to be a little show short buscher if you've got plenty of money that's great way to get her set up and maybe she can even retire early if you're if if you're single let's say she ceo essay she's young and i'm going to put her in her late 20s early thirty something like that i dunno making sixty thousand she's ngoc said the 25 percent tax break unless yard owns a house that has been mortgage and she's getting there and a bit but that's a big big right off for a sixty though well it it it really is so so what's more important to somebody like that that they get a higher because she will get if the parents do this she will obviously have a much more income taken off the top her ag is going to be quite a bit lower by doing this this is kind of a cool thing that her parents would be doing if she does indeed need the of the tax deduction what for somebody like that in your opinion is more important a tax deduction up front that the four one k will provide or as you mentioned here a moment ago perhaps of contributions.

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"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To help her at sixty thousand dollars a single individual us the probably doesn't have any write off at this point in the twenty five percent bracket so this helping or what city were state well this is a berries from okeyo virginia i don't know where the daughter that i didn't even know that she's single but okay well initials but word assuming she is if she's not them she may wanna do rough oral and k or raw thiry it'd be easier for you to help her do the roth ira because you can make the contribution directly to have our signed the account opened the account and then you can make the countries directly to it and you know what's going in going to the fore when k it's got to come were paycheck you can reimburse or for the money that went into a help out with her bills because our checks going to be a little short bush sure yet if you've got plenty of money that's great way to get her set up and maybe she can even retire early if you're if you're single let's say she ceo let's say she's young and i'm gonna put her your late 20s early thirty something like that i don't know making sixty thousand she's in as you said the 25 percent tax break let's share deals a house that has been mortgage and she's getting there and a bit but that's a big big runoff versus be though well it it it really is so so is more important to somebody like that that they get a higher because she will get if the parents do this she she will obviously have a much more income taken off the top or ag is going to be quite a bit lower by doing this is kind of a cool thing that her parents will be doing if she does indeed need the of the tax deduction what i somebody like that in your opinion is more important a tax deduction upfront that the four one k will provide or as you mentioned here a moment ago perhaps of contributions to a roth ira a well to do the entire amount to the four care they'd have to give her about another fourteen thousand dollars.

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