17 Burst results for "Ten Fifteen Thousand Dollars"
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"To choose to have that health insurance and most people sign up and take it because it's an added benefit that they get for war crimes or somebody and that gives you a point person that deals with at least in theory deals with most of what we're talking about yes for you then there's gonna be some type of humorous HR yeah right that that they're going to work for and that's fine but not everybody has access to group sponsored health insurance right through their employer not everybody has an access to health insurance period you know there's there's you know we've had periods of times in the past for people just weren't able to get health insurance prior to a bomber Kerr in the affordable Care Act itself well I would I still remember having to go and look up the price for what are the plans the cobra plan says oh my gosh she was cheaper just to wrap myself in bubble wrap and spray the house with Lysol and not move it was ungodly well there was the pre existing condition clauses that were in a lot of these health insurance plan right that's why a lot of people opted for cobra and it can be extremely expensive so you think about what about the folks though that are leaving an employer whether it be you're going off to greener pastures are you're retiring for the first time for you know in this you've worked your entire life and now it's time for retirement what why do they hand you a cardboard box and there's a security guard standing there whatever happened and that's where and in the fall to the employers of America because I'm an employer myself but you know when the employee leaves the organization the responsibility is to the current employees so there isn't a lot there for the retirees and now you're put on to the silent and you have to sign up potentially for Medicare how does that work what are the necessary steps I should take who do I call and talk to and then once I do that I didn't find out lone behold that Medicare doesn't cover all my health insurance needs it only covers potentially up to eighty percent of it so how do I about eighty percent of what can be instantly astronomical numbers well just think about what it costs to get an X. ray done or an MRI the out of the total out of pocket costs for ninety thousands of dollars you know most people retirement are on fixed incomes you know not everybody that we visit with has denounced ten fifteen thousand dollars sitting in a piggy bank to be able to pay the out of pocket costs for an MRI so what does everybody do everybody then looks to get a supplemental insurance policy to help cover the other twenty percent right that's for medi connect comes into play for those folks are on Medicare in for folks that are on the individual market place that don't have access to group health insurance that are utilizing health care doc of like me obamacare exactly the affordable Care Act will you can go online and you can search these policies and and and trying to determine which is the best fit for you or you can work with an independent representative the beauty of it is a that we aren't charging an additional fee for that service we're already compensated by the carriers that our clients choose to do business with so that's what I like so much about what we do now versus maybe my previous life when I was a financial visor so it doesn't cost me anything for you to do this work right in that and their own everybody always says aw come on you know what's what well you saw me look up right I don't know I don't know what I don't know nothing nothing's for free I totally get that and you're right we are compensated but we're being compensated by those carriers and that compensation does not effect the plan that you have so whether you call direct to high marking purchased you know a Medicare advantage plan or whether you work direct with many connect it's the same exact plan the same exact premium the same exact benefits the only difference is Highmark makes a little bit less in profit margins because now they're compensating in an organization like ours to be a bride manage in service the needs of the customer as it happens every year that's gonna be changes it's the same plastic card to carry around in your wallet it's the same plastic regarding right the only added benefit to is now you have a representative that can actually call and will be with you and ask questions on behalf of you with the organization help answer you know some questions concerns you might have claims things of that nature there's so many things that come up outside of just premium is the well it almost goes back to what we the HR person it sounds like going to Medicare medic you're getting your own point person to deal with stuff is actually stuff they can be incredibly complex and changing from one year to the next that's the part I don't get and I will almost got suckered into that there was nothing wrong with the plan I had last year and didn't it did everything I wanted it to do and there was a part of the sand and I just know if I don't sign up to leave me in the same plan but then I remember what he said plans change from one year to the next even if the card logo stays the same I hear it every single day somebody because I'm walking down the hall hits me with a story that happened you know it's just taken last week I I forget who was at the office but their meeting somebody in Washington County and the issue was the dental provider so yes the plan offered dental benefits but to Dennis that this individual had gone to for years and years and years was it was an in the plant wasn't in the plan so when they purchase the plan when they called the Kerr director what the questions that they ask of me asking who their PC P. was further specialises in the hospital are gonna go to that has nothing to do with getting a root canal well it's all good information to have but it's not relevant to to get a cleaning you're right exactly so and that's just one small microcosm of you know issues that we deal with every single day people that you know is thinking of another one you know somebody that was on oxygen you know you have the durable medical equipment benefits that you get inside these plants well there's different providers right there's gonna be different sources of organizations to provide those canisters and that makes a difference to somebody is on oxygen every day yeah simple is how you get oxygen that if it's not it's not that simple there's a lot more details behind it there if you just confused me Joe and give Sony has a question this is going to need to be quick we may need to answer it after I don't want to lose Joe though Joe you there Joe yes hi what's your question my question is I need I I need some information regarding my R. D. prescription I'm not sure that I want to stay with people that I've been with which is I don't want to say the name of it online okay I am trying to find out which part de um and the Medicare prescription which would be better for me this coming year because I they put a hefty price online dating with one company that I've been with for a long time the part B. thank you for calling in and I'm getting the red blinking lights only have about a minute here but this is what I recommend you do as any asked earlier what is the value in the benefit of many can act this is where we come into play so in situations where you have a part D. prescription plan it's somewhat pricey you want to make sure that you're looking at all of your options in those options are limited to the areas that we live in you want to make sure that you're talking to a representative they can give you all of those options and more importantly find out specifically your prescription drugs and what your specific needs are and that's obviously something we can't do online here right now but this is what I would recommend doing if you have a pen and paper available just take down okay take down our number it's eight eight eight eight one eight six three three four and as soon as you hang up here call them because we have representatives are live right now to actually answer your specific question for you okay that works fine for me thank you yes ma'am thank you I'm glad you're here because as she started getting and information is like I don't even know what that means please and that's why we have the live representatives because I I couldn't specifically answer the right question in her question why not exactly as she was talking about general terms Joe the number you call is eight eight eight eight one eight six three three four I'm gonna Brian pricing or the president of medic to medic to you can call or text the way I did I tell you about mushi mushi mushi mushi that's the night I hate to drag you into it but that's that's that we can get in that in politics in the second half of the wire you now you're doing a good thing what you're doing here helps people what I do later doesn't help anyone KDKA radio let's say you just bought a house.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Were working a job and they said okay I want to figure out a second streaming coming at second streaming can lead them to get to a point where it's larger than their job and that allows them to trade for a living and the neat thing is is you know what you have I mean people to start with you know five ten fifteen thousand dollars is not this huge pile of money that they're start with but you know what the goals have to be relative to that dollar amount so obviously got to set the goals right but a lot of individuals out there they want to they want that lifestyle let's take a moment actually call when it is they want the lifestyle they want the freedom they don't want to go they don't wanna drive around in traffic they don't be inst stuck in you know sit in rush hour every single day they want the lifestyle the freedom and that's what trading drinking can do well time for you and so what if through the course of a few years you were able to build the skill of trading and eventually replace your job income that's how we work with people I treat academy senior coach we tell people don't quit your job you're not gonna be good gonna treat for your mortgage on Monday there's no way we won't allow it not on our watch let's get some consistency let's start with a small position size let's start to learn how things move how stocks move how currencies move how futures move you know think about how options affect pricing and how we can profit or put gets lost using options there's a lot of different asset classes as a lot of different styles of trading intraday swing in position which is more longer time frames and then there's obviously managing your nest egg there's so many ways and see people think it's so comprehensive we talk about this some bulls and bears Wall Street wants you to think that you're not smart enough for sophisticated enough to have success in the markets and we believe that's a lie we believe that if you learn a skill think what you do for a living your career you had to learn a skill and with the time and repetition is no different the financial market is not a magic secret button that we have that we teach you how to push you gonna basically make some decisions based on specific piece of information but you have a plan around the decision you know what a good decision what about this is people always talk about you know the problem with the market is it's like a scene it was not like a casino unless you when you understand it it's not I mean think about if you have been the Bellagio it's not gambling the blinds you because they understand probability the understand risk they understand the elements that allow them to manage risk and have consistent profitability we do the same thing on the market it's a skill set is learn what's great Adam and you know this is it doesn't matter what their background is they can have a PhD from some highfalutin university well they could be a high school drop out and I've seen both had success in the markets by simply learn the skill and going to work and it's amazing to watch and what it does it can get that freedom the people before you spoke of well that's the key thing a lot of people want that freedom they want the opportunity to have a little bit a lifestyle I meet a lot of people they spend more time at their job than they do with their family and a lot of times people say I'd rather spend more time with my family that my job and you know what generating additional streaming come and learn how to trade for income is not difficult it's just different.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"I mean when you're sitting on ten fifteen thousand dollars or something like that happens. Just changes the whole scenario. You're exactly right. Turns a crisis into an inconvenience. Certainly losing the ability to walk. It's not an emir inconvenience or having your I'm a heart attacks, not a mere inconvenience. But it is it does take those horrible life situations and eases that so I thank you for calling in that Germany. Well, I'm glad you guys are doing better Meghan is with us in Chicago. Hi, meghan. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Thank you. How are you? Dave better than I deserve. What's up? I just want to say first of all thank you for everything you do because of you. We are now debt free except for how. My brother introduced me to you a while ago. And in three months, we paid off eighteen thousand and my husband's student loan. To go with that for you. Citing very exciting. Took us thirteen years for the first eighteen thousand three months for the last eighteen thousand. I love it. Yeah. Anyway. So my question is where we should be done with baby step number three. We're pretty much done with that pretty by the end of this month. Good by the end of December. But as we were completing baby step two, we did not stop our investments for four three b and are four and I have three b and a four fifty seven. So he he max is that his and I have to that I can max out. So basically right now, we're contributing twenty five percent of our income to those funds. So you're not really following the baby steps, okay? I tried. I my. It down to fifty dollars a month. And he kind of stopped and said, no, we're gonna do, you know, I. You. Doing your plan. Okay. Now, I'm trying to do your plan. But you're not I try dragon someone you know to behind me. So I'm trying to I'm trying to do your plan. And now I want to really do your plan for baby step four or five and six the right way and pay off the house. Okay. So my question is is since when you contribute to those funds or four three four fifty seven pre-tax. Why is it beneficial who not Mexico's out to your house? Not max those out to pay off your house. Oh. No. You can do whatever you want to obviously. And, but the reason is is that all of the data points that we have dealing with millionaires not people with eary's, but people who are real millionaires is that they pay off their home in ten point two years on average. And after studying millionaires and what they do. That's what we determine. And so what we want to put you on a plan to pay off your home, and the most people pay off their home doing our stuff in about seven years if they work our plan, which is fifteen of your income going into retirement, not twenty five percent fifteen percent. And then maybe step set five kids college. If that needs to be addressed and six is then you know, you put the rest of it on and pay off the house and most people that are doing that. While living alive for paying off their home in an average about seven years, which gets you ahead of the game for the millionaire status. But. You can certainly do whatever you wanted to you could never pay off your home and completely fill up all of your retirement, and that's your play. That's okay. But our plan actually tracks and follows with what the typical millionaire has done..
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on LadyGang
"Ph balance of your vagina and helps protect against houston factions that'd be something okaka try also shower after right i mean it depends on there just write that moment could be throwing off the pace boss no matter how long it is i mean you could also this is this is just a out there kind of recommendation he could also try like maybe different toothpastes like things like that if it's something not just on him or even his cologne it might not even be in his mouth it could be around his mouth is aftershave something like that could try to adjust those things okay we are in our well jackson well yeah you are in your thirties but i'm in my late thirties okay amazing anyway so we live in this world where like when you're thirty six it's done like bodies done not having babies and then the fear of god is put into like you need to freeze your eggs immediately you are dry it's over what is the real age that people because then you hear of like women are forty five they get pregnant so your thoughts through f for tilleke starts to kind of decrease slightly at around the age of thirty two there some studies that have shown that like even around twenty eight starts to go down a little bit and so then basically kind of slowly creeps down unfortunately when you get into your like late mid 's right as you get closer forty that's when it just kind of nosedives okay that's for the general public again of course are women that are going to be fertile after forties forty five they get naturally pregnant but that's overall everybody and so that's why you have to be conscious of it besides for tilleke the other thing that why we have these ages where we're like oh it's thirty five it's because that's what we consider advance danced maternal age because you're the actress don't they call it like no geriatric jerry hayes yeah so i like to stick with the ama maternal age but it's also because that's where your risk of down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities start to increase so that's also why we kinda choose those numbers i think good idea is just kind of start thinking about for tilleke and agrees and things like that when you start to near that thirty five range at least if you don't have like a plan in the next couple like year or two years at least go have like a counseling appointment with a fertility doctor i'm thirty seven i froze mine last year did how was it how was it because we here it's just like horrible it's not that bad honestly i mean it depends on how sensitive you are to hormones and it also depends on like where your body's out like i was i felt fortunate that i went in and it turns out oh you don't have any for tilleke issues so the whole process was really just one menstrual cycle for women that have issues that could take longer to get them at the place where they're ready to have a have their eggs frozen but to me overall it wasn't so bad you know you have to go on birth control you go off you take shots the procedure itself wasn't a big deal afterward i had you know some of the side effects which is very bad discomfort and bloating and that was pretty bad but again it was short and i i'm really happy i did it i definitely feel like it took like a my own psychological pressure off how much is it usually a range i think it depends on your situation but again it's going to range usually somewhere between like ten fifteen thousand dollars some insurance do cover it now which is awesome like i was saying i have friends who work for big companies that the companies are starting to pay so cool so i think it's definitely worth going in and talking to someone when i went to sit down this is interesting to me i was like well it might just even too old for it now like should i've just done it earlier my thirties and if i'm gonna have to do anyway why don't i just wait for that and the fertility was like you know perry like all of your information is is from when we were residents like every single year it gets better in veteran i'm.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So the care coordinators are the ones who say here's a list okay your mom has a cat here's a list okay you'd like her to be near the ocean here's a list this is your price range here's a list so so hang on so you're telling me that because i have a long term care insurance policy you know all about i do as does janey so when genie goes into a nursing i got it it's a guy thing i could hire her a visiting angel you're could hire i would start with the claim and they claimed people would send ask you do you want wanna care coordinator come out the care coordinator does not work for an insurance company they're independent people in the community that no all the agencies including visiting angels i i'm not trying to do a commercial for visiting fellows contact visiting angels see we get some money out of them what are some of the other ones instead mom at home there's a bunch of them yeah weren't you're looking at buying one of those franchises once no i think you were suggesting that i think i suggested that you look at it it seemed like the right thing to do the wrong oh my gosh i'm sure they make a bunch of money i'm sure they're all owned by corporations for the most part so so the coordinator figures out of whether you stay at home the higher homecare go into a facility well that's actually determined oftentimes by the nature of the of the disability and and the nature of the level of care that you need so if you're able to be at home which seventy percent of the claims are at home and they want to be at home don't you want to be at home i'd rather be at home ritzcarlton well but you wanna be in your own bed with your friends your family pets your stuff you just want to be in familiar territory so with that said the longer you could stay there the better the care coordinator walks in the house and says okay if you're staying here we need grab bars in the shower we need a an alert system over here set up we need a hospital bed in the living room because you're not going up stairs i mean they do all that stuff and you actually have a budget for do they have the is their money available for the pat boone shower i see i know by the way met him once or twice a nice guy really really a nice guy love letters in the sand yes crush on advertises for one of those shower things that they pay for stuff like that long term care policies actually pay over and above the pool of money the designated for your care really so that is built in to ninety percent of the policy nobody buys this stuff i you know i i was just screaming at the tv last night saying when somebody going to talk about long term care insurance you guys this is the because lisbeth warren wants the government to pay personalities of the program what's her name collins saying the same thing she's a republican they were basically looking at all of the different you know this program and that program and i get it but the moral but obama already tried this yeah was so expensive i mean obamacare was through the roof to begin with the fun and when you throw longterm care and on top of it it's another quarter of a million dollars per senior or something like that and it's the funds are not there the government is not going to do it and i was thinking when you were talking about expenses earlier i mean when you when you need the care it's not just that you're paying for the care people say well i've got the resources i can do this well you know that's true if that's it but you still have all the other expenses you still have if your home you still have a light bill you still have the phone you still have you know whatever the household maintenance expenses are and then generally you got things like maybe ten fifteen thousand dollars a year of prescription costs that you didn't have before and oh by the way guess what happens when we get older our teeth go bed and have you seen a dental bill lately.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Informative booklet and dvd hey dr liederman we're back we're back and we're happy to be with you i wanna talk about a man he sent me a photograph he's out on a fishing boat in long island this is a man who is a big financial man in new york city he's a man who's a friend of one of the biggest doctors in new york city and about eight years ago the stock came to me and he said his friend has melanoma skin cancer what are the most vicious skin cancers started on the face he was cut off the face and then shortly thereafter he was getting surgery for a hernia and he did a chest x they've found a a big mass in his chest doctors at one of the super pooper big hospitals then went into his chest and tried to buy ups yet they found melanoma has a mass like a baseball in his chest it was not something that the surgeons even at the super pooper big place wanted to remove or could remove safely and he started this long saga you won't believe at of eight years of came off therapy and for eight years he had chemotherapy doctors kept on telling him he was okay he was okay and it was one of the supervisors pooper places in town and they kept having him on the back and it's okay but they never showed them the documents they never showed him the actual reports they never showed him that for eight years his cancer in his chest was growing and you can say well why would they keep on given chemo chemo came okay more chemo chemo chemo for eight years when it just kept growing it doesn't to me make sense i don't think it would make sense to you either why would you you give a treatment for eight years it doesn't work i mean maybe these chemo's mosey average came on our costs about ten fifteen thousand dollars a month exclamation point so why would they keep on giving chemo's so long when they don't work or maybe it's great for the hospital or a great for the doctor but we're here for the patient where doctors because we're here to make people.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Five we're asking if school started shutdown or have laid or not toledo pigs i'm sorry early dismissals when it's this hot out now online i'm kind of surprised by this actually it's pretty evenly split fifty two to forty eight fifty two saying no stay open for the whole day stop coddling but between the other choices either closed down the whole day or the half days are fine that's forty eight percent combine that that's pretty evenly split so what do you think about this bill is this just a turning kids into whiskies by letting them out of class early kenny you're on new jersey one on one point five hello hello kenny kenny what's going on no no well i'm from north carolina and they did they closed down there they did when i went to school thirty five years ago when it got hot but up here you know everybody's paying five ten fifteen thousand dollars a year in taxes how white house our school that doesn't have air conditioning because then there'd be paying twenty twenty five thousand yeah because of waste because a bloated administrations i gotta send my kid to school somewhere that doesn't have to school it doesn't have an air conditioning when you were growing up dollars when you were growing up did the schools even if they did still closed at the schools have air conditioning down there when you were a kid in north carolina yeah but what it was is there were some of the like if one of the elementary schools didn't have air conditioning they closed one school in the county that had to close them all at the same time that's the way they did it back then but you know my house someone's golden app it's six hundred dollars a year in property tax hey.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"Are doing very little discretionary trading and are almost exclusively working on a building automated models and so i think the big picture is as a traitor in these days as treasurer trader with edge these days you really wanna be armed with technology tools to help you make better decisions and to get into more opportunities that all your strength and you know it's it's not a bad thing also to be working with junior guys who are building models for you that are on your european l line so and i can tell you when i mentioned so the beginning the training that we do for our new hires is substantially different than it used to be and that he ching and that training of of automated trading is a large part of our second part traded development then used to exist three even three years ago that that does now and so that gives the person a career path of discretionary trader that gives them the career path of hybrid trader gives them the career path of automated trader now as a try to is becoming more advanced and becoming consistent stein of put up some decent gangs as an example that site of gonna i ten fifteen thousand dollars count i repaired of time to one hundred thousand what's things need to change for them to take that hundred thousand dollar account and turn it to a million dollars what got them from v ten or fifteen two hundred.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"And particularly now in the post new tax law for most people and so when you look at that people say oh no no no no no no no i couldn't possibly i mean you couldn't rent my house i mean g not my house not my house not my house but and then then they'll say well then why is it that people buy houses to turn around and run them out and the answer is because they don't fully account for the cost when they do that and what they're hoping for is appreciation and they may get that appreciation which may be a little or a lot but it's always a lower return than not always almost always a low return than they think they have once they have it because they didn't account for the full coffin really the first one that i was just trying to urge people to do full accounting i mean why full yourself yeah it's it's it's easy to forget about the we just had a renter but we just had to move out of our house for four months for a backtoback termite than in black mold sessions so i think that causing landlord probably ten fifteen thousand dollars i imagined but a lot of people don't don't think about those things and costs people responded to my first call and saying that you own your own home which was actually within the second sentence of the column saying fool am i own my own home as an investment silly idea but why do i own my own home as i said in the piece because i can afford to i don't think of it as i'm doing it for an investment purpose doing it for a convenience purpose just like i own my desk i don't think on my desk goes and investment i think jason's wag had a good comment maybe as article about something like you know a home as an asset not not not an investment in he's kinda referring it to not necessarily as a financial asset you know a place where you can make a lot of memories and you build a family and have a home base and all the wonderful warm cozy feelings but not necessarily optimizing pure investment return as the main reason to to buy one which i think is pretty pretty solid advice.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Really beautiful american flags that you get for your home there would there would yeah yeah and they're really really nice it really beautiful really nice and so he was because he didn't know what to do for these guys and he was trying to help his friends family and he just turned some scrap lumber into this great looking where he calls it furniture but it's wooden american flags and it's really beautiful and so how much are they they're like one hundred twenty one hundred twenty five something like that but absolutely beautiful and absolutely worth it and all the proceeds go to helping the funeral costs of veterans who come back and commit suicide yes it's very cool because there are tons of veterans charities i mean we've seventy two thousand none of them help with this one not one it's just this weird hole in that system and there's a lot of great charities doing a lot of great things but this is one thing that i mean this hits the families really hard really hard seven ten fifteen thousand dollars costs in addition to all the grief in terribly heads costs are associated to suicides in my family and i can't even imagine if we would have had to worry about the funeral rich either time by any stretch of the imagination but we could affair we could afford to bury my my brother in law and my and my mom at the time it's what do you do with three hundred bucks nothing maybe cremate them but there's now service and not even not even green made i've done we've had family recently were that's been the case it was heck of a lot more than three hundred dollars that it's like okay we got what we wanted out of you and then you're just left to your own devices home is i mean you know you don't wanna get into a situation to where somebody says you know like you know my life insurance doesn't cover suicide now right my is annoyed yeah if i mean you don't want to you don't want to incentivize people because when they really down then they're like you know what i'm better off i'm worth more dead than i mean george bailey i'm i'm worth more dead than alive as a movie i can't believe you'd bring something like.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"After they already blew it by telling you they wanted you to teach tennis they don't want to let you off the hook now they say they want you to teach all these people know i couldn't believe it yeah so played along now and they tuned to live in houston according to the scammer and i say one sorry that's too far for me to go for blessings and they'd say oh well if a private driver drive into now i live in a suburb of chicago that's a seventeen hour drive so the scammers need to study us geography right so then they decide they're going to pay me to fly to houston every week to teach these kids lessons and they keep asking me for an estimate of how much it will be over this like six week period or something which is again very weird in my business for something like that i'm just wondering what are they up to what did they what okay what they will do if you keep playing along is they're going to prepay for the lessons okay or they'll prepay for airfare they're trying to get it to where there's big money involved here they're going to dangle in front of you so they might send you a check for ten fifteen thousand dollars something like that maybe five thousand they'll send you this and whatever they'll send you it'll be more than what they will reach an agreement with you for the cost of the lessons in your transportation.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Yeah but they have an expectation of privacy because you're not there and they're talking to the realtor now now i and hey might save me some money you really think that's okay what would you think that's okay if that happened to you you're looking to buy a house and you find out later that they eavesdropped on your conversation and that's why they drove such a hard bargain and it may have cost you five ten fifteen thousand dollars would you think that's okay i just think we're getting out of control with this stuff man totally out of control and we go from home spying to another technological advance home grocery delivery walmart is trying to keep up with amazon amazon with whole foods now and they're talking about if you have amazon prime included in your amazon prime maybe some free delivery of groceries to our whole foods delivery in six cities if you're a prime member pretty cool walmart goes oh yeah well we're going to catch up to you so they've got a couple of things going on one of them is you have to live in one of these metros i think one hundred metro areas they're doing the first one the second one is smaller number metros and what they're saying is you can go online for walmart and shop for your groceries click everything you want and we will have a personal shopper put all that in a basket check it out for you with your credit card number and then we'll call you it's ready you pull up to the door and we'll put all the groceries in your trunk and you're on your way that sounds pretty cool hey if you've done that i would love for you to call me and tell me how that went.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"An attack the smallest that with a vengeance when that one's gone you take the payments used to pay their and you attack the next one dow when that was gone you attack the next one down when that one's gone you attack the next now than once those debts are all gone now you've got no payments dude you got money now we go back to that thousand dollar account in baby step three and we raise it up to three to six months of expenses when the three to six months of expenses are all set aside now you've got fullyfunded emergency fund let's call that ten fifteen thousand dollars or maybe twenty thousand maybe 25 i dunno got a pile of cash and you have no payments but a housetohouse at feel breathing there were no payments ten or fifteen thousand dollars in the by different financial peace two words don't go together like airline service pay really most people can't get through babies to three in america today but most people doing the stuff we teach with financial peace university listening to the show they're getting through baby step three in an average of two and a half to three years not and a half three years a long time but it's not much in the scope of your overall life yuval you love your whole life paying payments may umbro you work you work you work work work work work work work he retire brokered 65 and hope the government which is wellknown for its ability to handle money will take care of you stupid plan.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Early nineties called us pies creative powers when i think it was in over the past couple years i try and all different kinds of stuff i lived in a vote and i find this slip uh and and the real crimes for 65 so i i taken by some i just i'm on my phone you know uh in the winter time and then i did some research you know uh looking on to the i entered the rv little and all of that you know it was the traveltrailers fifthwheels and all that stuff and i chose in our va just because i i wouldn't half the extra expenses vehicle and so i went with a full word um this is back in the mid to late 90s so the only units available that were uh got like the ford were you know between ten fifteen thousand dollars so i went with the ford v eight engine because the chevy engine at the time with having some difficulties off i'm sure types assumes but but anyway i'm off create right now and uh you know technology is changing so much no you can go to harbour freight and get a hundred wind solar panels kid battery for seventy five bucks or no self metal generally uh you know uh uh you know you have to take him uh uh uh you know you have to have some that makes the mommy locally like i used to of computers or have internet no region cell phones online which is why do right now and i was anyways with a nice thing about being off reasons that you know you don't have any bill smell work is option off you know and i was most expensive thing i'm going off grid is uh because you're well you know so indignant well it will cost at least fifty ground you know and the celtics if maloney above 5000 buffer of course and they have a wire filtration is an issue i do that um you have to make sure that yet where you get a off the test year and you can buy and for five bucks sound life where they will do uh it'll be like gps and they don't do us into the ecu which.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Called your cheque not yet not yet well are you i mean so so far you've got nothing for your fifty graham true true and ivo i'm pretty smart with money so i have a positive net worth right now four hundred thousand between what four one big out there and uh home equity so i'm not i'm not terrible but i just wanna know what what kind of big assets do you have that are not home equity or 401 i have one hundred thousand in vehicle fifth wheel toy like lurd right on point more than ten fifteen thousand dollars how that are all going down in value oca here the open and you make seventy five thousand dollars a year yeah yeah but i on thirty one okay about what you're going to say about my out but now so what is your house payment now screaming thirteen fifty it got out a balanced the to thirty and then what's your take on uh tickled about thirty four hundred among the must be after 401 k contributions or something yeah yeah occur what's your take home pay if we don't count 401 k contributions or i could get it up to thirty eight hippie near 3rd you said 38 a minute ago yeah well i'm just trying to do quick math on the here's the thing i don't know what your house payment to be much more than a fourth of your takehome pay it's about a third of your take on bay today but i think when i had my 401 k back in your pretty healthily jam on on this 401 k it sounds like so i'm going to temporarily stop the 401 k your house is not the problem your toy always or your problem and your student loan as your problem one hundred thousand dollars worth of toys when you make seventy five thousand dollars.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"It's kind of like the lower class the upper class and then the middle class is kind of shifty now were there is upper class and then there is a lower class it's this it's the same mentality and you'll notice that people don't wanna fart around the either want to spend five ten fifteen thousand dollars on coaching or on a product they really want something fantastic or they want something for forty fifty bucks because they're just mentally not in the same mindset as the person who's by mercedes benz just as the person in the mercedesbenz isn't in the same mindset of the person who's at the pontiac who's like i just want to get what i get i just need something quick they're not thinking all i need it for luxury or longterm or the most support it's the same thing so i hope that was helpful you need to have multiple offers but make sure that you don't have more than two to three offers honestly if you have more than three offers you're going to confuse the customer i always say more than three and they're out so make sure that at most you have three offers on the table but if you're brand new and your business start with the next question came from multiple women probably hundreds over the last few months but a gal named y'all wrote today how do i transition from network marketing to creating a business from the ground up i know a lot of you have this question should i leave network marketing schaffel guilty about it what it what is your advice on that and here's here's the real deal if you're a crush in it and network marketing if you're crushing it in anything and you're in join the process you're helping oughta people you're making a lot of money.
"ten fifteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"Maybe we spend inefficiently but we should be taking better care vessels throughout our lives so what are the ways to encourage and incentivize people to ensure proper healthcare throughout their lives at it in other words some things like you've regular checkups search of you can check for pre diabetes because if you catch prediabetes soon enough and you lose weight show your literally saving yourself hundreds of thousands thous vince insulin injections over your tire life so they give it as joe is an investment in your health care that is going to save you from catastrophic costs later we don't do enough of that what we wind up doing is we spent too much money on aftercare later on problems that could have been prevented right heart disease diabetes things where if we just what a lost weight and got on a treadmill we would have been fun so what are the ways to incentivize at his life long tax readjusts age you could set him up for your kids when they're born is obviously they can't do that themselves are not going to be financially secure enough until they're eighteen or twenty one gush with the nanny state society now fifty one whatever ono but it would be nice to be able to set up an account for my daughter where all of the money i put in there all of it is completely taken off my tax bills of i wanna put say ten fifteen thousand dollars and you know you could put a reasonable cap audit you don't want people hiding ghetto it because you know what will happen some investment vehicle due at forty trillion the there i'm not gonna spend that much view but a reasonable cap on it but that money is either taxed the duct bush a tax credit for the parent and that money can be spent tax free as well it's never tax now again i know the liberals go crazy 'cause they think the government should get their mitch on every dollar you money.