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The Latest: UK to give 1M doses to South Korea in shot swap

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: UK to give 1M doses to South Korea in shot swap

"The World Health Organization says the number of new covert nineteen cases continue to fold lost week with three point six million new cases reported globally down from four million new infections the previous week last week's drop marked the first substantial decline for more than two months with falling covert nineteen cases in every world region in its latest update on the pandemic released WHO's said there were major decreases in cases in two regions a twenty two percent full in the Middle East and a sixteen percent drop in south East Asia the U. N. health agency said there were just under sixty thousand deaths in the past week a seven percent decline I'm sorry I shockingly

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US home construction up 3.9% in August after July drop

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

US home construction up 3.9% in August after July drop

"A leading economic indicator rebounds in August the commerce department says U. S. home construction was up almost four percent last month after falling six percent in July the August showing was better than expected and mainly due to a nearly twenty two percent jump in apartment construction which offset an almost three percent decline in single family home construction autonomous stake would demand still strong and the number of homes available for sale still in short supply the outlook for housing construction remains solid for the rest of the year my camp in Washington

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Study: Childhood Obesity in U.S. Accelerated During Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Study: Childhood Obesity in U.S. Accelerated During Pandemic

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a study finds childhood obesity accelerated in the U. S. during the pandemic a new study from the centers for disease control and prevention links the cove in nineteen pandemic to an increase in obesity in U. S. children and teenagers the CDC study found an estimated twenty two percent of children and teens in the U. S. world peace in August twenty twenty one up from nineteen percent a year earlier the rate of obesity increased most in kids ages six to eleven the study was based on a review of medical records of more than four hundred thirty two thousand kids and teens ages two to nine who were weighed and measured at least twice before the pandemic and at least once early in the pandemic hi Mike Rossi up

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Will Gyms Go the Way of Arcades and Movie Rental Stores?

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Will Gyms Go the Way of Arcades and Movie Rental Stores?

"The pandemic is reshaping America's fitness industry and ushering in a new era of home work outs and virtual classes hi index's eyes equipment maker peloton breaks ground today on its first U. S. factory in Ohio soaring sales comes as thousands of small business centers have gone out of business and industry trade group says twenty two percent of the nation's health clubs have closed since March of twenty twenty hello John CEO John Foley predicts the ease of working out at home is going to overtake the traditional gym fitness is one of the few remaining categories that's going to be massively disrupted by a by a digital experience that happens to work for the consumer a lot better and over time becomes a lot better value because you're using it versus the broken model of yester year that you ended up going months and months without going to the gym Ali says just like the video store gyms will fade away I'm Julie Walker

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The State of Work in Hawaii

Work In Progress

01:46 min | 4 months ago

The State of Work in Hawaii

"Are focused. Today is the state of work in the state of hawaii. It's my pleasure to welcome governor. David ige to the work in progress. Podcasts governor thank you so much for joining us alot. Hi you for having me. I'd love to get a little picture. Where the state has been in the last year what happened during covert and where we are now and then we'll go from there about efforts to connect out of work hawaiians with jobs absolutely ramona. I appreciate this opportunity at the end of twenty nineteen. We were having our seventh record year of visit our rivals here in the state. Our economy was doing very well. Our unemployment rate was amongst the lowest in the country. We were out about two point. Four percent unemployed which as you know is virtual virtually full employment. We were looking forward to great things after coming through the great recession and really we felt that things were hitting our stride. We were able to get southwest airlines to begin service to the state which was a you know a ten year project to expand seek capacity to the islands and things were looking up then the pandemic kit and clearly. The most difficult decision i had to make was the decision to order a mandatory quarantine for all incoming traveller to the state and essentially we went from the lowest unemployment rate in the country. Two point four percent to the highest unemployment rate in the country exceeding twenty two percent in a matter of four to six weeks

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iPhone 12 Passes 100 Million Sales in First Super-Cycle Since iPhone 6

Mac OS Ken

01:55 min | 5 months ago

iPhone 12 Passes 100 Million Sales in First Super-Cycle Since iPhone 6

"The world waits and debates. Whether another iphone super cycle is possible. Apple seems to a- pulled off another iphone super cycle i download. Blog has word of a new number from counterpoint research that number one hundred million according to the report. Apple's iphone twelve many iphone twelve iphone twelve pro and iphone twelve pro. Max collectively reached over one hundred million sales since its launch late last year. Which means just seven months later apple has sold a lot of the iphone twelve. No i'm not sure why they're saying seven months. The same i download blog piece says iphone twelve actually passed the one hundred million units mark in april. Not only does this almost match the iphone six launch according to the report but it actually beats the iphone eleven lineups one hundred million units sold marked by a full two months. Counterpoint says two factors pushed the phones sales. And the ludicrous speed. The first is by g and the second is oh lead across the entire line. Interestingly as well people have been buying bigger according to counterpoint there has also been a shift and model preferences between the iphone. Eleven and iphone twelve series consumers preferred the highest version of the iphone twelve series during the first seven months after the series launch the share of the pro max version and the iphone twelve series sales was twenty nine percent compared to the twenty five percent for the same model of the iphone. Eleven series this is also one of the reasons for the iphone twelve series grossing twenty two percent more revenue than the iphone eleven series in the first seven months of its launch.

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US Home Prices Jump at Fastest Pace in More Than 15 Years

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

US Home Prices Jump at Fastest Pace in More Than 15 Years

"Home prices continue to soar it seems like the only direction is up for U. S. home prices April's case Shiller twenty city home price index jumped nearly fifteen percent from a year ago and it continues to be a case of supply and demand as potential buyers bid up prices on a limited amount of available properties five city Charlotte Cleveland Dallas Denver and Seattle had the largest annual price increase on record dating back thirty years Phoenix again reported the largest price gain in April with an increase of just over twenty two percent I'm Shelley Adler

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US Home Construction up a Moderate 3.6% in May

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

US Home Construction up a Moderate 3.6% in May

"Could the housing industry B. N. for a slowdown home construction increased a modest three point six percent in may as builders had to contend with soaring lumber prices that have made homes more expensive construction fell by twenty two percent in the northeast but was up in every other region of the country the commerce department says applications for building permits which are considered indications of activity ahead drop by three percent in may housing it's been a standout sector since the pandemic hit but many economists think the surge in homebuilding and sales may begin to slow my camp in Washington

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Populists Poised: Italian Politics

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Populists Poised: Italian Politics

"At least government pushed back. It's corona virus curfew this week by an hour to eleven pm in a country where covid came early and spread widely. This reason for optimism cases are down and the economic recovery is under the steady hand of prime minister. Mario draghi get my style on a profession. Isla memento the emigdio and goes in dance. Idioms post seventy cozy am the former european central bank. President took power in february since then support from one of druggies opponent has worn away. Montiel salvini a former deputy. Prime minister leads italy's hard-right northern league strauss Fair tagliani possibility didata embedded within. Don't know coy backing for. His party. is down to twenty two percent of voters from a peak of thirty seven. His usual anti immigration talking points don't seem to have much place in a pandemic but a winning coalition of right wing populace partners could give a struggling salvini credible path back to the premiership and that could threaten the implementation of the european union's pandemic recovery plan my tail. Salvini is in a really tricky position is party has been losing support for quite a long time. Ever since he tried and failed to take over the top job by ousting a previous government. John hooper is the economists italy in vatican correspondent. He now has though a window of opportunity because of the rise in immigration which has always been a his big issue on the issue that really fueled the rise of the northern league under his leadership to the point where it was able to end government.

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More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts

"More black Americans are saying they're open to taking the coronavirus vaccine the head of the American public health association says attitudes among black Americans toward the vaccines have made an almost one hundred and eighty degree turn the latest Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll shows the number of black Americans leaning against getting vaccinated has dropped to about twenty four percent that's down from forty one percent in January in comparison about twenty six percent of white Americans said they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated what twenty two percent of Hispanic Americans expressed doubts outreach campaigns have sought to combat misinformation and reassure people that the covert nineteen vaccines available are safe and effective on Ben Thomas

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CDC updates travel guidelines for people who are  fully vaccinated

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 8 months ago

CDC updates travel guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated

"Now. The cova crisis a new cdc guidance on travel while still urging americans against nonessential travel those fully vaccinated are now considered low risk at tom costello reports. There's concern about this holiday weekend heading into the easter weekend concern. Tonight that's super spreader. Events could undermine progress against the pandemic leading to a potential fourth wave as nearly nine hundred people are still dying every day. Crowds expected from beaches to backyards at airports. Nationwide a year of cabin fever quickly turning into the great escape. One and a half million air travelers on thursday alone with twenty two percent of us adults now fully vaccinated the cdc still recommending against non essential. Travel is also offering new travel guidelines fully vaccinated travelers. Do not need to be tested before or after traveling in the us unless their destination requires it and there is no need to self quarantine fully vaccinated grandparents can to visit their healthy grandkids without getting a covid. Nineteen test or quarantining internationally. Many countries are still restricting travel. But the cdc says those who are fully vaccinated and do travel internationally. Do not need to get a cova test. Before leaving the us unless required by their destination those passengers should get a negative test before returning to the us. But they don't need to quarantine when they get home. Also tonight with the picking up airlines are starting to do away with many of the waivers. They've issued for ticket change vs during the pandemic airlines right now are starting to roll back waivers on the cheapest there's out there the really dirt cheap advanced purchase their tickets

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Which Fans Most Likely To Choose Soccer Win Over Sex?

Men In Blazers

01:08 min | 9 months ago

Which Fans Most Likely To Choose Soccer Win Over Sex?

"A survey roach in the uk collected responses from premier league fans about whether they'd rather have sex or that rather that their team their favorite football team won. So you got two choices. Either you get to have sex. Yes all your team win. Because if britain you don't get both the better way. Those are absolute eighty. You can choose you going to have sex or your team wins and five fans most likely to choose a football win over. Sex are in reverse order yes. In fifth place west bromwich albion eighteen percent in fourth place crystal palace. F c. Eighteen percent proving. This isn't just an old thing. Sheffield united also eighteen percent. There will not a lot of winning there but the two biggest roach in second place. Your everton twenty one percent. Wow and in first place. I would. of course it has to be the team that smote you roach burnley. Football club twenty two percent.

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Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

"The minute with kevin mason during the pandemic the us got smarter. Well technically i guess. I should say they got smart speakers so their homes are smarter. At least that's the theory. A recent study which was just coming out says that now thirty three percent of american homes have at least one smart speaker. That's up twenty two percent from the year before and the only reason they can explain is covid nineteen and i don't quite understand why maybe because we're home more and we want to have the technology it kind of a strange to me. I mean i've been a big fan of the smart speaker right wrong or indifferent. I've got both the google version and the amazon version in every room in my house. I love my smart speakers. And i love what they can do from playing the music answering questions to giving me the temperature to displaying pictures and video but now more of america getting smarter every day. Thirty three percent of americans have now adopted at least one smart speaker. I'm really fascinated with y. All the sudden during copa nineteen people decided to get smart. I'm sure there's a bigger reason that just cove in nineteen. But i'd love to hear about it.

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Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Getting Smarter (MM #3642)

"The minute with kevin mason during the pandemic the us got smarter. Well technically i guess. I should say they got smart speakers so their homes are smarter. At least that's the theory. A recent study which was just coming out says that now thirty three percent of american homes have at least one smart speaker. That's up twenty two percent from the year before and the only reason they can explain is covid nineteen and i don't quite understand why maybe because we're home more and we want to have the technology it kind of a strange to me. I mean i've been a big fan of the smart speaker right wrong or indifferent. I've got both the google version and the amazon version in every room in my house. I love my smart speakers. And i love what they can do from playing the music answering questions to giving me the temperature to displaying pictures and video but now more of america getting smarter every day. Thirty three percent of americans have now adopted at least one smart speaker. I'm really fascinated with y. All the sudden during copa nineteen people decided to get smart. I'm sure there's a bigger reason that just cove in nineteen. But i'd love to hear about it.

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Smart Speaker Sales Boomed in 2020

The Mason Minute

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Smart Speaker Sales Boomed in 2020

"During the pandemic the us got smarter. Well technically i guess. I should say they got smart speakers so their homes are smarter. At least that's the theory. A recent study which was just coming out says that now thirty three percent of american homes have at least one smart speaker. That's up twenty two percent from the year before and the only reason they can explain is covid nineteen and i don't quite understand why maybe because we're home more and we want to have the technology it kind of a strange to me. I mean i've been a big fan of the smart speaker right wrong or indifferent. I've got both the google version and the amazon version in every room in my house. I love my smart speakers. And i love what they can do from playing the music answering questions to giving me the temperature to displaying pictures and video but now more of america getting smarter every day. Thirty three percent of americans have now adopted at least one smart speaker. I'm really fascinated with y. All the sudden during copa nineteen people decided to get smart. I'm sure there's a bigger reason that just cove in nineteen. But i'd love to hear about it.

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Institutions still underweight on AAPL despite strong 2020 growth

Mac OS Ken

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Institutions still underweight on AAPL despite strong 2020 growth

"Institutional ownership of apple. Shares is near an all time high according to morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber d but it is nowhere near enough and harassed mation could be helpful at this point to find out what institutional ownership is according to the site investo pedia institutional ownership is the amount of the company's available stock owned by mutual or pension funds insurance companies investment firms private foundations endowments or other large entities that manage funds on behalf of others. The site goes onto. Explain that once those institutions get into a company. They tend to stay there for a while. Not only this pulling shares out of circulation raise the value of shares outstanding. Their decision to get in can lead other investors to do the same despite being near all time highs institutional ship of apple is still under weight according to a note from hubert to clients posted on apple three not. Oh the way she and hers. Apple is likely to see revenue growth of twenty two percent in fiscal year. Twenty twenty one and earnings per share growth of thirty six percent. That's based on a few numbers. That i wish i understood but i sadly do not

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QFC to shut down two Seattle stores; said decision 'accelerated' after city's hazard pay ordinance

The Michael Berry Show

02:11 min | 10 months ago

QFC to shut down two Seattle stores; said decision 'accelerated' after city's hazard pay ordinance

"City council mandates a four dollar an hour hazard pay increase for grocery store workers so one grocery store chain announces in direct response. The closing of two of their stores. They say a four dollar an hour hazard pay hike. For grocery store workers mandated by government would raise their operating costs in the city by twenty two percent. The story comes to us from k. O. m. o. Tv and be really sad to see it. Go dean palermo with palermo. Pizza and pasta says closing the q. F. c. store right across the street from him is going to hurt this. Kfc's been here since we opened up they cue of c. says the capitol hill store on fifteenth avenue and the one in wedgwood are under performing stores. That will have a shutdown in about sixty days. Unfortunately these two stores were already struggling financially and then the city council mandate really just pushed it over the edge where it just was not a feasible option anymore. The new four dollar an hour payback's for grocery workers in the city of seattle impacts as many as ten thousand employees at stores like ufc. Fred meyer safeway albertsons. Critics say the timing of the. Qc announcement seem suspect to announce on february sixteenth. thirteen days. Later that they're gonna close to stores. Seems a little too convenient time wise to me. It seems like a direct retaliation to the local community. Putting that hazard pay in place kroger's the parent company of qc and fred. Meyer and profits are at record highs grocery store workers deserve hazard paid. They've been working in the front line confronting this virus since the very beginning at. Kfc spokeswoman says their employees have worked hard and are being given appreciation pair hazard pay but the company also says that move is hurting their bottom line. we have seen increase business during the pandemic. And we're so creative of all the customers that continue to choose us for their food. But i'll tell you that we have invested that money right back into cover things like fresh. Pp for every associate on every shift this city council mandate it raises are operating twenty two percent in

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Budget deficit totals record $735.7 billion through January

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Budget deficit totals record $735.7 billion through January

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the federal deficit hits a record totals through January with the pandemic induced recession cutting tax revenues and massive covert relief outlays the deficit for the U. S. government for the first four months of the budget year hit an all time high for the period the treasury department reported Wednesday a federal deficit of seven hundred thirty five point seven billion dollars since the budget year began on October first that's an eighty nine percent hike in the shortfall over the same period a year earlier the report shows spending through the first four months of the budget year hit one point nine two trillion dollars an increase of more than twenty two percent over the previous year Mike Crossey up Washington

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Z104

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02:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Z104

"Awards on Sunday night you certainly weren't alone for the second year in a row the Emmy awards hit an all time low in the ratings of Sunday night's telecast on fox six point nine million viewers. from lecture twenty two percent lower than last year we're going to start putting more shows on the air. he's watching the pleasures. despite being seen a certain to change need to check on the. when you. and once you. no good it could. I want to thank you I'm trying to. six six here in the morning to it's Tuesday September.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thank god I limited strip is only around for a limited time salary an outback steak house search today the storm moves northeast Jerry Preston ABC news now more of this morning one K. away the voice of Colorado. walking up the No Way and bring you back. a new study finds vegetarians vegans and pesca tarian this have a lower risk of coronary heart disease but vegans and vegetarians specifically are also more at risk for stroke than meat eaters researchers from the university of Oxford tracked forty eight thousand people for eighteen years after accounting for medical history physical activity in smoking among other factors that could influence the results they determine pesky tarian said a thirteen percent lower risk of coronary heart disease while vegetarians had a twenty two percent lower risk Presbyterians by the way eat vegetables but also fish and seafood researchers also found vegetarians and vegans at a twenty percent higher risk of stroke than their meat eating counterparts there was not a significantly higher rate of stroke for pesky Terry ends though an exact reason has not been established researchers said those who follow vegetarian and vegan diets had lower circulating cholesterol and levels of several nutrients than meat eaters such as vitamin B. twelve it's nine minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Jennifer K. shankha is back with more of America's.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

"Ninety five so we could still in the broader than that. Wayne County prosecutors are considering for homicide warrants for a man police believe as a serial killer Detroit police have submitted the warrants for suspected serial killer D. Angelo Martin and a fifth case could be added Martin is heading to trial in an attempted murder case Detroit police are waiting for prosecutors to make a charging decision Michigan State University has been fined a nearly five million dollars in connection to the Larry Nasser sexual abuse scandal the education department is demanding sweeping changes after determining there was a failure to respond to sexual assault complaints against Larry Nasser former Michigan state sports doctor who also worked at USA gymnastics education secretary Betsy to boss announced the record four point five million dollar penalty in says that masters actions were disgusting and unimaginable but so to was the university's response the fine is the largest levied under a federal law that requires colleges to collect data on campus crime and notify students of threats is nearly double the fight imposed on Penn state in twenty sixteen over its handling of sexual misconduct involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky I'm Joe Ramsey a fifty four year old Macomb county man has been sentenced to prison for taking three young girls to his cabin up north dragging them and then sexually assaulting one of them fifty four year old Michael voca took the girls to the cabin in the summer of twenty sixteen he sentenced to seven to twenty years in prison a new study suggests not eating meat that may affect the brain health but it may also help your heart correspondent Meredith woods has details in today's health minute small budgetary in vegan diets continue to gain popularity a new study from the medical journal BMJ suggests those who don't eat meat may be at higher risk of stroke than those who do the research conducted by tracking nearly fifty thousand people over a span of nearly two decades well the vegetarians and vegans had a twenty percent higher risk of stroke then mediators particularly erotic stroke when blood from an artery bleeds into the brain this translates to three more. cases of stroke per one thousand people over a ten year period but the same study also shows cutting out meat is associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease by twenty two percent it's unclear why the researchers found the higher stroke risk in vegetarians but those who conducted it suggests a very low cholesterol levels or very low levels of nutrients like B. twelve the report however did note the overall health of edgy tarian compared to meat eaters for today's health minute I'm here with what Republican congressional candidate Peter Meyer says he made the decision to ban a London based it down syndrome drag group from performing at a building he owns during an art prize the reason he tells guy Gordon he was concerned that the act exploited those with disabilities the truth of the matter is I'm being attacked for doing what I believe is the right thing for trying to protect and support the local disability advocacy community rather than you know wanting to put on a spectacle and wanting to support something that many of the folks I spoke to in the local area viewed as being deeply counterproductive to furthering inclusion and belonging for individuals with disabilities Meyer the grand son of late a retail magnet Fred Meyer added he was unsure whether drag syndromes performers are giving or are in a position to give their full and informed consent for the first time science identifies the genetic difference between right handers and lefties the study by researchers from Oxford university found there is a difference in the structure of the brain that makes people either left handed or right handed the first time this study has ever found that difference about one in ten people is a left hander researchers found that genetic variance might also mean that lefties have better verbal skills then the nine and ten people who are right handed the study also indicated an association between the aspects of brain development linked with handedness and the likelihood of developing schizophrenia or Parkinson's disease although science. say those connections show only correlation and not that one causes the other I'm John soulless and Facebook is getting into the dating game social media giant Facebook launched its dating service today it's simply called dating it's free for users and free of ads the launch comes more than a year after Facebook first announced the feature it allows anyone with a Facebook account who is eighteen or older to set up a dating profile from within its mobile app critics have raised flags over Facebook's past issues with privacy but Facebook says it built in privacy from the ground up on this service I'm Kerry shoemaker checking traffic.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Does went down twenty two percent last year twenty two percent be a big problem big brown this went down open your debts twenty two percent nobody writes that nobody talks about that they don't want to talk about that so first to Stephen rich does the president have a point he has a part of a point so overdose deaths are going down in the state of Ohio they we did see a slight down check in deaths last year across the country as well but federal debts are still going up everywhere and one of the reasons why deaths are going down in some places in particular like Ohio is because there is a much higher prevalence of these overdose reversing drugs that that police have that that everyone in that many health centers have in the state and so it's not that people are necessarily overdosing less than they used to it's that they're not dying from it it's sort of the same problem that we saw with like white gun deaths are going down in the country part of the reason why god does have been going down over the years is because we're better at healing people don't die is often from the things that they used to die from and so in this case it's part of the reason it's going down is because we're putting a band aid on a large problem that is not necessarily a sustainable solution it's just a it's just masking that for now but the trend of opioid deaths going down is a good thing and it is a good first step in solving this you and your colleagues put a lot of time in research into this how much I mean we have spent this is our fourth year of reporting on opioids in general we spent so many hours out in the field and it everywhere that we can be talking to people analyzing the data reading through documents suing for those documents and really trying to put our arms around sort of this crisis to understand not only how bad it is and where it's the worst but also who's responsible what people knew when they knew it and sort of what steps could have been taken that were obviously message to solve this crisis you have talked about some of these issues but if you could just basically recap just how big of a problem is it what did you learn in researching this and what are some of the solutions we know that for a seven year period from two thousand six to twenty twelve seventy six billion hills of hydrocodone and oxycodone went into our communities around this country that's enough for thirty six pills per person per year across the entire country for man woman and child and we know that it kills upwards of ten thousand people a year very consistently about that we know that it has led into the heroin epidemic which has led into the federal epidemic which killed more than thirty thousand people last year alone as for solutions the biggest one that I can think of is the need to stop whatever the fourth wave of the crisis might be so wave one is prescription pills wave to is heroin wave three is final many think that wave three is math and way for is math and so a lot of it is just sort of trying to get ahead of this and we know a lot of people out in in the government out of the government in health services who have been trying to sort of raise the alarms on all three of the first waves and now on this fourth wave and so really it's up to the government to listen they have to listen to the people that are raising the alarms on things that are not yet killing tens of thousands of people here but will and so realistically the best solution to this is is not treating this as a political solution not treating this as as a crisis solution to treating it as a public health solution there are ways to reverse a lot of this there has been a lot of research file a lot of researchers in the health in who are working on health related things and and so listening to them and taking their advice is really the best way of of doing this and as you go through all of those numbers I suspect it goes without saying but no family no work colleagues are immune from this everyone knows somebody who has been affected either directly or indirectly by this crisis yes I mean we've seen it as a result of our reporting it's it's hard to find somebody who the degree of separation between you and somebody who is either overdosed or has gotten addicted to these pills is very small we're not talking about more than one or two degrees for most people like you know somebody or you know somebody who knows somebody and and so this is a problem that affects everyone it affects all corners of this country and and realistically it's not a problem that's going to solve itself you are a journalist you deal with facts and data but I'm gonna ask your opinion do you think we will turn the corner on this I think we have turned the corner on prescription pills but I am worried that we won't turn the corner on Sentinel Sentinel is a hundred times more deadly than than many of these other drugs out there and and I mean it's basically just like a drug that's designed to kill and I worry that the N. over dependence on these overdose reversing drugs as the solution to this problem is not actually going to salute is not actually going to fix it it's just going to mask it for a period of time before it gets so out of control that we can't stop it anymore and so I'm worried that the we have art focusing enough on long term solutions and more I'm just putting a band aid on this issue Stephen rich part of a team of reporters at The Washington Post with an in depth to count.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"One guy gives the like do fellow once said that it six thirty five AM spare backyard and the tracking namely talk they were bred horse racing post time today one forty five two o'clock for del Mar and our guest handicapper today Friday from the same school conical Larry stems good morning Larry good morning Sam how we doing we're doing fine so we're going to start to day today with a mile race and a veteran nine year old is the morning line favorite to two to one it's called on the key and is one sixteen times in his career look and try to make it into the two hundred thousand earnings mark yeah this is a definitely a nice horse overseas one eighteen eight for twenty three on the synthetic didn't roll out well last time at Pleasanton but that was on third now is on synthetic has also been pretty decent on terror I got an angle here that I like though and it's number five Sierra steel Jamie Thomas trained gelding Sierra steel show to be the last three times before that didn't show a whole lot there's not any release front running speed in this field and I feel that zero still will go to lead and just keep on going Jamie Thomas as a has had a great year twenty two percent and three one morning line I'm gonna try to beat the favored with Sierra steals a single in my early pick five alright moving on the race number two would be five and a half furlongs user maidens eight thousand for a person ten five and five two two one going away party and two to one on a task out of the ordinary when a mess with bar yeah another Jamie Thomas source going away party this horse tripping up from Delmar hasn't run since August second of two thousand eighteen you see Jamie Thomas is record with such forces first time with him thirty percent more than more than I am with a six month layoff thirty percent this source ran at the bottom basically in southern California and now he's raising near the bottom here so it's not really a catastrophic cancer class dropped and for seventies in words coming in one of one and two forty eight one best of the day in August third at Golden Gate so many use going away party also by task of the the favorite from near mesquite were the source has been showing speed in and even tools for the lead going along in a preset pretty decent pace twenty four forty seven for it Santa Rosa before feeding badly but now coming back to a sprint alike were to the show's be routing coming back to a sprint finally going to use.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of almost twenty two percent and the figures are still climbing particularly on that field of crime of which tonight's case from the files of your F._B._i.. Is a recent example the crime of robbery which is increased during the last six months almost fifty percent <music> ever since she saw that movie a couple of weeks ago which baby maybe stole the picture but grownups on the guys Ruth Patterson has been obsessed with three idea that her own two months old Ricky Gi is three times cuter to could've played the part ten times better that she and her husband frank should move to Hollywood and gets got the baby in the picture. That's <hes> they're still living in North Philadelphia but at the moment little ricky is well roughly translated that means bring me my upper body eh fertile.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From twenty two percent at the beginning of the month senator Elizabeth Warren is in second at fifteen percent with senator Kamel Heris appearing to lose her first debate Bob dropping to twelve percent from twenty senator Bernie Sanders and fourth at eleven percent yeah because of electability I don't care how woke you want to be on the left I don't care about yall you protocol correctness and give me give me give me give me give me the reality is he's electable he's electable the other people based on not the color of their skin not based on what is or isn't between their legs are not based on any of those things the way that they're going about doing things and what they're trying to put out there for the average Democrat they don't feel comfortable with they don't they're not a big fan of open burger borders they want a part of that they're they're not for free college and a health care for all they want to see prices brought down more competition they're more pro union and pro choice and they look at somebody like Joe Biden goes I can elect him four to five trillion dollars extra year to pay for all kinds of stuff seems like well it's going to be expensive you're gonna have to get a second job to pay for your life because your first job will be paying for your taxes and everybody else that's why even after he didn't do well in the first one people are still looking at him going I kinda like him comparatively and I I gotta be honest right you truck fans out there Biden Kamal airs ticket is going to be tough to beat it's going to be tough to beat doesn't mean it can't be done and get anything between now and next November so many things could change from the economy it could slow down and go into a nose dive two eight could strengthen and become a freight train the all kinds of things can happen between now and next year the end of next year so there's a lot that goes into this but when you look at these things it's electability why does a much better presidential candidate then Hillary was he's got that folksy even though he makes a lot of mistakes he's at least somewhat relatable where Hillary will so we bought right she thought she had in the back tonight though you got warned you got Sanders I don't know if I don't think it's gonna be fireworks because they're they're on the same page by and large the only difference is is is at least Warren has talked out planned out and has a plan what do you like it or not for her stuff right for giveaways where Sanders is more or we want to do this this and this and this going to cost this and yet you're gonna get a lot of taxes but don't worry could you not have to pay for anything which I've never so what I have to pay for it but I'm not going to have to pay for exactly tonight is gonna be all about the showdown between these progressive power houses Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders but it I'd want expecting fireworks because these two are friends they are longtime political ally so far they have been hesitant to attack each other out on the campaign trail their truth tonight of course will be tested but it is unlikely that at this stage in the game they see much benefit to going after each other they're likely to direct their fire at the front runner Joe Biden yeah well you know that's fine just not there just marmite and the person that stands up in these next two debates and says when everybody raises their hands you wanna give free college to everybody free healthcare to anybody that's here free this that the other all you have to do is look around ever put your hands out enough this is ridiculous it's not happening right let's let's talk about the reality of of what's going on here right let's talk about that let's talk about in a real way that is it going to bankrupt this country so you can have a free for all three two three five three twenty four twenty three ABQ events and shows your Twitter you can tweet at us there's a hunger strike at the border at an immigration and customs enforcement facility in el Paso three men from India have been on a hunger strike for three weeks to protest what they call a biased asylum process and unknown duly long detention period one of them has been in custody for over a year now a federal judge's allowing ice to force the man to be given an intravenous drip for hydration an attorney for the man says they're weak from lack of nutrition but that she's duty bound to respect their wishes to continue their hunger strike well you know they're from India they want to go on a hunger strike they don't like what it is that they're going through and yet it probably does suck but this is what happens when you take the chance and come to the country uninvited should it take that long to get through the asylum process no but the reality is is it shouldn't be that we have hundreds of thousands of people I mean what are we looking at this year we're on pace for how many just that the border along I'm not sure about overstayed visas I'm talking about just the borderline could you forget you come here on a visa you overstay it you are welcomed in the country we said come here enjoy your vacation com do studies or your work that you're gonna be here for three six nine months your whatever it is and then you never leave but you were you were okay to be here the other side is that you show up in mass it's it's a tough situation I get it but the question is again like tonight I want to see how people addressed this issue how do you address this what's going on what's the real answer to this not I want to decriminalize everything I want to have the borders essentially open even though I'm gonna say we need to have strong borders by that I mean we need to be it we needed to be just one way traffic and we don't want to enforce any these laws that we're seem to be you know it's racist an archaic and draconian it's it's stupid come up with a real plan again that's all that you if anybody in the Democratic Party that comes out with a plan that's actually real that doesn't sound pie in the sky that doesn't sound nuts guess what you'll get people to pay attention you get Republicans are disgruntled conservatives look at trump and can't stand the way he acts can't stand the fact that you know what that they feel like he's got racist tendencies and he's a bigot you will end there's plenty of them out there that hold their nose because if the choice is between trump end of free for all give me of Sanders or or or some of these others they're going to pick that but if you come out with something that's real and your someone articulate there's a lady right now the only kind of occupied by Joe Biden and that is Hey you know what we need a strong border we make it easier for people to come here but we need to be a sovereign land and we need to force our laws and that includes the fact that if you go through the process and your denied by a judge David you your entire court cases gone through anybody Judy kid no you cannot stay here you do not meet the requirements for asylum you must leave then you have to leave not well now we should let them leave that's not fair to them that's a bunch of crap that is the you know but we won't hear that tonight will everybody raise your hand for everything three two three five three twenty four twenty three hatchet Benson show your Twitter you can tweak that may help out this right in the day and age of I can't believe that you would do something like this this gets well this just makes me scratch my head it's a doll that's supposed to help you feel better this morning controversial black dolls which are designed meant to be abused are now being removed from store shelves in New Jersey and the first question is who thinks that the instructions on what they're calling the feel better doll tell customers to find a wall and slammed the dollar against it okay now here's my thing yeah like I haven't did you ever had those things we get stressed if the stress balls you throw them I mean they got places now in the big cities right in the big cities you know those places in LA in Manhattan when you're stressed out you could break a bunch of stuff this is supposed to be that but the dolls black so that automatically I think it was a white doll and how we feel about this or doll in general because it represents a young girl I guess it's still though you should thank all right is this is this like is this something that's going to work right just your your your you got to think everything nowadays right it can't just be one thing you have to think about how is everybody going to take that they're gonna look at it's a little girl or a girl so I have to make it a basically non gender there's a look at it another way and say well it's blacks I gotta make sure that it's it's it did at least there's a myriad of colors right depending on the colors you want like blue and green with orange and purple but no you made it a black doll and because of that you pay the price because you're an idiot the president of one dollars only says the store pulled about one thousand of those goals from the shelves of the stores in Bayonne after customers and a state lawmaker call them.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Out twenty two percent or whatever that's not logical the thing is you can't just have this simple an argument between the savings in the credit card debt you have to have an over arching decision that the two of us are going to change our lives were cut up the credit card debt we're getting our cut up the credit cards are getting on a budget we're going to pay off the credit card debt we're going to clean up our financial mess and stupidity we're gonna save an emergency fund and then we're gonna save a down payment that's the only way it makes sense because he wants to buy a house for this money and we're gonna users might get out of that which is going to college a bit by house faster if you're buying a house properly and wisely but you need to get above this problem is that again we need to use your same faith credit card debt so I can run the credit cards back up that's what he hears and that's a really dumb idea I would not do that but you need to cut the credit cards up you need to be on a written plan you need to be on the two of you just completely dialed in and then you're ready to go that the in all ways you're working an overall plan then it makes sense to do this otherwise it doesn't show good question thanks for joining us hi folks in Sacramento listen now we'll bring in our fall smart conference event to Sacramento November the sixteenth the first time the entire smart conferences been in Sacramento this is the day long event the touches every area of your life it's the best minds the best riders the best selling authors on any subject out there having to do with your life team and millennial expert Anthony o'neill will be with us marriage and relationship expert Dr les Parrott will be with us Dr make maker the country's leading authority on parenting teens and children's health so we got parenting we got marriage we've got inspiring leadership expert John o'leary is gonna be with this team and millennial expert again talking about kids Anthony meal Ramsey personality is going to be with this Chris Hogan national bestselling author expert on the every day millionaire it's going to be with us can Kalman Ramsey personalities gonna be speaking on your career getting into the job you love getting in the career you will love it absolutely is going to blow you away tickets for this all day event you would pay this for one of these people.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Out twenty two percent or whatever that's not logical the thing is you can't just have this simple an argument between the savings in the credit card debt you have to have an over arching decision that the two of us are going to change our lives were cut up the credit card debt we're getting our cut up the credit cards are getting on a budget we're going to pay off the credit card debt we're going to clean up our financial mess and stupidity we're gonna save an emergency fund and then we're going to save a down payment that's the only way it makes sense because he wants to buy a house for this money and we're gonna users might get out of that which is going to college you'll be able to buy a house faster if you're buying a house properly and wisely but you need to get above this problem is they're going to you're saying about credit card debt so I can run a credit cards back up that's what he hears and that's a really dumb idea I would not do that but you need to cut the credit cards up you need to be on a written plan you need to be are the two of you just completely dialed in and then you're ready to go that the in all ways you're working an overall plan then it makes sense to do this otherwise it doesn't show good question thanks for joining us Hey folks in Sacramento listen now we'll bring in our fall smart conference a vent to Sacramento November the sixteenth the first time the entire smart converses been in Sacramento this is the day long event the touches every area of your life it's the best minds the best riders the best selling authors on any subject out there having to do with your life team and millennial expert Anthony o'neill will be with us marriage and relationship expert Dr les Parrott will be with us Dr make maker the country's leading authority on parenting teens and children's health so we got parenting we got marriage we've got inspiring leadership expert John o'leary is gonna be with this team and millennial expert again talking about kids Anthony meal Ramsey personality is going to be with this Chris Hogan national bestselling author expert only every day millionaire it's going to be with us Ken Coleman Ramsey personalities gonna be speaking on your career getting into the job you love getting in the career you will love it absolutely is going to blow you away tickets for this all day event you would pay this problem one of.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Many thousands of people. It'll. Play it again. Sam many thousands of people will because that's what birdie wants you to believe. There you go. If you don't do your government run health care, many thousands of people will die very, dozens, we'll die. That's focus. I'm asking you to think about this logically now. I know the conservatives libertarians Republicans and moderate Democrats in the audience get this. But I'm asking the liberals who listen to send me hate Email to answer this question, send me the answer, you have my that's under website. We read it. If your tax burden in these Nordic countries is upwards of fifty percent of your income. You're already paying for your healthcare through tax enormous taxes. Why would twenty two percent growth be occurring in Denmark for people choosing to pay again for private insurance? I thought government healthcare was the answer. Why would people pay twice why would upwards of forty thousand Canadians year? Cross the northern border in the United States to pay for healthcare in the United States, despite the fact that they get it for air quotes free in Canada. Why the answer is because it's not free. It's garbage rationed care. That's why. Now, you wanna know why this is happening. I missed this yesterday. Forgive me, I want to show you an article written by guy. And when I say, why this is happening. I want to be precise. Why Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are pushing for radical socialism, and a government takeover of your wallet your healthcare, and your kids educations country..

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Zach you gave us some great Intel and statistics during the opening segment here of the show today about the importance of financial planning in general and really that poll conducted last year. By Charles Schwab is very interesting looking at the percentage of the generations. Like, we said earlier a third of millennials have a financial plan. But only twenty two percent of baby boomers have a plan the older generation those who are retired or approaching retirement, very close. To retiring don't have a financial plan at least as far as percentages. There's a huge drop off air, and we talked about earlier again during the show, you know, how many individuals the percentage of individuals who never thought of getting a financial plan. Do not know how to go about getting one. I'm just curious from again information, I like to reference a lot of data. So all the listeners hear that. Listen to the weekly wealth report each and every Sunday from eleven to twelve this whole hour. We've talked about a lot of information a lot of data a lot of statistics throughout the week. But then some sometimes I'll. Like, I said kind of a different path and invite some other professionals like yourself. Other individuals in our financial planning sector and our industry to talk about various topics and I'm just curious sack. You know, as far as the number of individuals that have a plan, and I talked about this earlier that even if you're younger and why we see thirty one percent of the millennial generation putting together financial plan. Even though they may not be of the financial wherewithal the assets that the older generations have had not accumulated a lot of assets yet earlier in their lives yet. They're taking the necessary steps to put together a plan. Do we have any data any information that really says, hey, if you have a plan, here's why millennials are putting together a plan because they're able to save this much faster or this better this much better. You know, as far as their overall family situation dynamic is there any information that shows us statistics. The savings rate may be increases or again, maybe doesn't. But do we have anything like that out there? So the people were actually did a study in twenty twelve okay? They found out that the national savings based on that study about five percent. But for those with a financial plan that savings rate actually doubles to ten percent. People with a plan feel more comfortable. Okay. Having additional money, and they realize that they have to save that additional money. Okay. In order to reach their goals that they set out. Now, I'm curious when you say, you're mentioning these numbers that you've got information here that we can share with the listeners here on our show on the weekly wealth report. But is that savings rate is that the percentage of households out there that are savings or is that the percentage of how much they're saving percentage of household income. Okay. So the average is five percent of household income states. Okay. And for those with a plan. It's ten percent of household income got you. Okay. So basically you answered my question if you have a financial plan your savings rate, essentially doubles approximately ten percent versus the national average of only five percent if you do not have a financial plan. Right. Right. Right. Gotcha. Well, let's talk about specifically RV. See and our firm are. See wealth management and our local presence here and the RBC wealth plan software. I've talked about this on the program before in the past many, Sundays discussing the importance of financial planning, and what you know, what we can do with some of the comprehensive financial planning, tools, we have. But let's talk about the inception of our wealth plan software at RV sees acting clarity a little bit on that. Yeah. Absolutely. So I mean as a firm, we've always been doing financial planning we've had various tools for for retirement funding sensitivity, which was an excel spreadsheet and things like that. But under under new leadership. So when when my ops army palm came in. We started to really shift our focus towards building the next level of that digital client experience, and that starts with the financial plan. So what we did was we sent out sort of an RSP. Right. So we looked at twelve different financial planning software firms little debt down to three one of those being. Pie TEK who's the provider of money guide pro and from there, we really tested various softwares looked at which was most compatible with our current existing software and also which was best for our clients. And what we really like about money guide pro is their goals based approach really fits with our vision of putting clients first. So we we want with tech, and that's power the Waltham money guide pro, okay? And as far as some of the benefits that are. See wealth plan are software provides a very goals driven. But we also do do discuss concerns. Can we talk about some of the overall benefits to clients that this plan demonstrates, absolutely? Yes. So what one of the things that? I personally really love about RBC wealth planning. I think our clients fund to be a big benefit is it's a life first conversation. So we're not the first few screens when you're going through a wealth plan. Don't mention anything about money. We're not looking at what your assets are. When looking at what your income is. We're talking about what are your expectations. What's what's the lifestyle that you wanna live in retirement or for the rest of your life? Whatever that looks like. And then what are the things that concern you, and what are the things that you worried about what's keeping you up at night? And from there, we're going into very in depth and detailed goals conversation. So we're looking at not just what's the dollar amount that you need to live on. We're talking about. What are the things that you wanna do? In your life. Are the goals that she set out for yourself? Now, what what do you want to leave what type of things that you want to do for the rest of your life? And we're putting all that into this plan so incredibly comprehensive what I call the discovery process of putting the life. I what we're doing is figuring out how we fit your money to that life that you set out for yourself. And I think the unfortunate thing sometimes Zach is that people have again, some pretty large expectations as far as how they envision their lives going with regards to retirement, right? What they wanna do in retirement to they wanna travel. They wanna see the world. They want to have a vacation home or essentially retirement home, retired who different state all these things. And yet, unfortunately is a moment ago. The kind of the end all summary of the plan allows us to see do they have enough money to live that lifestyle. Right. Do they have enough? If money to achieve those goals that they're setting out to to hopefully chief, right? Some cases a humbling experience if the probability of success is not a high percentage or level of probability. But I think you hit the nail on the head Zach earlier when you were discussing that it's a life first conversation because I think for so many people out there people that listen to this program each and every Sunday morning here from eleven to twelve or other financial programs. They watch the television they have fun planners that they work with or financial advisor already a lot of times. People are dialed in on the money conversation. What's my percentage of return? How much how how well did my portfolio perform this year where we investing the money this time what sectors? Are we looking at? Should we invest in stocks bonds or real estate? But yet, I think the thing that often we lose sight of is as you. You said a moment ago that life discussion as far as what are your goals? How do you wanna live the next twenty thirty forty years of your life? What do you want to set out and accomplish? And I think that it's so important to start almost rather than have that conversation. Hey, I want to retire at age sixty retired age sixty five and I wanna have X amount of dollars tucked away. You get to that point. But then you've never really lived, right? You've never really actually you've never had a set of vision board or a set of defined objectives or goals for yourself and your spouse and your family or your future generations, even on what you hope to get life. Right. Right. And I think that's what's so unique about this RBC wealth plan software is that it is very goals driven. And if you do want to certainly raise the bar, we have. So many different goals that clients can include as part of their plan. Whether it be a purchase of a vehicle or Faye. We live here in the state of Maryland with the Chesapeake Bay we have access to the water. They want to buy a boat all of these different things you can include in the plan. But then certainly let us try to tailor and customize the plan, but then see are you of the financial wherewithal to achieve those goals. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. And I think one of the other things that going through the process really helps client wit with is actually creating vision. Right. A lot of people like you were saying is their entire experience with financial advisors, financial planners. Just been what am I return on my assets? What did the SNP do how did I compare? But all we're in kind of asking the question. Now, what are we actually working towards sure, maybe we got whatever percentage on our portfolio? But why you know, what what are we actually working towards with this money? What are we doing with our money in the future? And a lot of people in my experience. I'm sure you've had the same experience the heaven ever thought about what that lifestyle actually looks like they know their. Working towards retirement. But they don't really know what what that looks like for them. Yeah. So one of the one of the big benefits in my opinion of the wealth plan is we kind of help them have that vision build that vision. And we're doing it together with them, right? We're going to help them sort of either make that a reality tweak some things to make that probably success work. But it's it's about just creating life isn't from themselves. And I think it's interesting to talk about vision and goals applies to everybody. I think that's such a a loosely defined not term the term goal or goals, plural. But as far as what how many different generations this that having a set of goals comply to because even with people who are maybe seventy years of age. Let's see somebody who's seventy and a half who's accumulated several millions of dollars of assets. And now they're taking their annual are MD the required minimum distribution from their IRA. They're up there in age. They're retired living comfortably. They I've got enough money in the Bank. I don't need a financial plan. Right. But what about having the kind of legacy? That's one of the topics. We talk about and you know, that sack RV wealth plan softwares part of the goals is legacy planning. Importance of the next generation. Do you have children, do you have grandchildren? I mean, we even have part of one of the areas of the goals discussion, we have with clients, and as far as is even if people do not have children, we have the certain segments where you can Mark out if you are philanthropic or charitable right in your lifetime. Do you intend to leave money to a certain Jenner excuse me to a certain charity for future use or multiple charities? And so, you know, I think that it applies to so many different people as far as what is the plan? Looked like somebody who has X amount of dollars saved does not have any family or children to leave money too. But maybe they wanna leave money to five different charities. They've never really thought about how much money they wanna give each of these charities. But can you have a plan that revolves around that? Yeah. Absolutely. And that's that's that's one of the beauties of this software is it's not just for those people that are in the accumulation phase for people that are in distribution and talking about you know, what is that impact? You wanna have on the world after we're all going to pass away. Eventually, right. So what is the impact that you wanna leave behind? What's that legacy? You wanted to find for yourself. We could use the goals in the wealth plan to really build that out for quite. So they have a set visual plan where they can see exactly that legacy that they wanna leave. And what the what impact they wanna have on the world when they pass. Sure..

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On radio dot com. John what's up, man? Good morning. How are you? Come on. What was going on before we get the Russel Wilson just a quick question. What are we going to lean on work on the chasm live video all? All the sin. John who do you get a lean on? That's a whole nother topic. That's a very sensitive topic. Corey your brother. Yeah. John. It's it's I've had we weren't as you're more PC than me because I'm about to knock admitted John get mad at the people involved. Why we're gonna video? It's been passed around. Yeah. It's been it's been emails. John. I mean, it's like we two day trial. Ron that was great numbers through the roof social media. Infusion was tackler. Yes. I don't know. What more we have to do? Here is cameras everywhere. John right, now, cameras everywhere. No lights on. No, no lights. Our our no power. No, right. And we're told one thing and it did not transpire. So that's the thing. That's a little troubling. We'll have to work on it. Really? Well. The Russell listen. There is no way. If I'm Seattle trade him, he could set whatever deadline. He wants he's under contract. They have no horrible replacement form whatsoever. And I think you make him and offer you pay him. What he should be paid is one of the top two or three quarterbacks in the league. You put it out there to the public. So the your fans know that you're not in the guy but other than that. I'm not trade him when he's gonna be your quarterback next year. Well, that well that's the thing about what I'm saying. If you have to if he John my point earlier was that if you get a guy, okay, would athletes, what sport if you get somebody who's trying to hold the team hostage and make them an offer that they can refuse. And then somehow you work something out with him. He's probably not going to sign a less of deal than what he wants. Because he's show. He don't want to be there. Now, you got a guy get locking John miserable. That's my point, you know. He could be miserable. As he wanted the bottom line is under contract. I know what the really want this guy heading up your franchise if he's miserable. Again, I don't know the ins and outs of of Alex of distraction either gonna be right or that it is. I honestly, I'm saying, obviously, I don't know. I don't get the impression that he's a divisive guy in a locker room. Does this hold on? But does this way he's acting now is this surprise you? Because it's the prizes me. Unfortunately, warned in life. You always follow the money and with athletes today. And I think honestly the contract or the sorta contract he's looking forward. I think what you're going to see going forward. You're going to some player or some teams will sign a player that your contract is an X number of dollars your contact your get twenty two percent of the salary cap. And I think that's going to go forward. I think you're gonna see more and more of that. Or you're going to see that. And that's going to become the regular. I here's the the issue John that that Seattle does have is a I would have a tendency degree with yet. Now, I didn't see this coming from Wilson. But I would have a tendency to agree that he is not going to be a headache and be a disruption. He's not going to be Antonio Brown's the extreme. But he's not going to be that kind of of divisive guy in the room. However, it does create a distraction for your team and you want to minimize distractions of talking about the future of Russell Wilson. Now, you still have control of them. I think Russell Wilson wants to try and keep his kind of boy scout. Type of feel and vibe that you have of him perception of him alive. And well, they not going to be that good of a guy is that would hurt Hayes image. And it would certainly hurt his marketability. And I think it would hurt. Hayes ability to maybe move to an organization if he becomes this divisive figure for Seattle. He's got no shot of being a giant. But that's all. Ultimately where he wants to land. Then he's got a mind is Ps and qs and play the game. The right way. Not wanna stay there in Seattle term. I wanna be a giant has. No. But he's got also play the game with Seattle right retro. No. You're right. He does John More potent before we go to break here. Jealous. A peak ask because he has an intro, and you don't. I'm not a jealous person by nature. Maybe. I mean, the most HAMAs guy, and then as you're my guy now, I love it. I love it would be nice. If music we'll go we'll work off my creative team work on a job. We. I have an idea. John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John, John.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WLAC

"Includes investment planning tax planning estate, planning wins, the best time to take social security. What about taxation of social security benefits how best to handle that everything comprehensive planning to prepare for retirement? Or if you're in retirement to help, you get the most out of those years, you know, one of the things that he comes in this tax season says a great time to be talking about taxes. A great time to be talking ways that you can be more tax efficient both with your investments in how you take income in retirement, this'll make sure that you're able to attain and maintain your standard of living quality of life and never have to worry about running out of money when it comes to investing one of the things there's a tax efficient way that you can set up portfolios. We're going to get into some of the tips for how you can get the most out of your portfolio. Out of your investments in the market while at the same time minimizing risk, and of course, minimizing taxes and this being taxed time, I have a special guest with me today. My good friends special guest, Dr Friday with Dr Fridays fanantic tax and financial firm over in Brentwood, Tennessee now. Friday, I've known for many many years and she by the way has a radio show that she does on Saturday. The doctor Friday show. This is on news channel news. Channels ninety nine point seven WTN talk. So this is and of course, we're we're we also have a show that TV show. I don't know. If you watch sevens. This is called the retirement report is also on news channel five. Plus, this is in fact today, it's it's a live show eight to nine and this weekend Friday on his gas. I've been we're doing a lot of tax stuff this weekend. The TV show Friday morning, which is going to be repeating. I get to those times as well. As her show yesterday in my show today. The retired report one of the things on TV. We did the same thing I've been doing a lot about taxes here of late courses being the season. So tax efficient income is one of those areas and I see clients coming in. Weekly that have not really paid much attention or thought much about this planning. And in fact, many times I see where where someone has taken money out of retirement account and paid maximum taxes as opposed to ways that they could reduce in other words, understanding how our tax system works. The progressive nature of our tax code and how you can by keeping yourself into smaller like twelve percent bracket. I in instead of a twenty two percent bracket, the savings that can be had and how you can do that. And still get the income that you need again to attain a maintain your standard of living. And that's what we all want to do. We just want to be able to have that lifestyle. Whether it's maintaining our current lifestyle or ideally, even adding to that lifestyle and having some fun money to really enjoy those retirement years. I mean think about it when every day is Saturday, and you no longer half contact clocking go into work. You know, what a what better time you've got more free time. Now, it's good to have the money to be able to make the most. Of that time and enjoy your life. Whether any maybe it's just, you know, doing some things with the grandkids. Maybe it's travel whatever it is for you. That's what this is about is helping you get the most out of your retirement years. And that's what I've been doing now for almost thirty years. Oh, my goodness time flies when you're having fun. Big boy so much though. One of the things in my you know, I've known Friday now since we're throwing out numbers right about one years. No, it's so. One of the things we work together. It's a team effort with my clients one of the things when we come in for a for the first time, and we talk we talked about finding out what what do you have for income? Would you have for expenses? What do you have for assets liabilities? We do up a plan for you based on that. And that plans going to include taking into consideration things like inflation and taxes and rate of return on your money. What we're looking at are MD's, and what taxation is going to be on those. We're looking at basically all the factors that are going to impact your your income and therefore your lifestyle over your retirement years and help you then make sure you have the strategies think about if you could make decisions today. All right. And you knew what the outcome was going to be wouldn't it be easier? When you're sitting there, and you're thinking, well, just like social security..

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty two percent declined between two thousand sixteen last year incidents invited crime dropped five percent alone between twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen transit police superintendent, Richard Sullivan tells the globe they adopted a holistic approach to patrolling the transit system, especially when it comes to interactions with juveniles, and it has been extremely fruitful juvenile arrests on the MP ta have fallen thirty three percent over the past three years. It doesn't appear President Trump will get border wall funding out of the latest negotiations. Speaking with reporters at Capitol Hill. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says any threat of another government shutdown should be taken off the table and budget talks and police policy also told reporters Democrats rejecting an offer from the president to extend protections for dreamers and temporarily protect status migrants as part of a deal to build a wall took those away. And then he said I'm going to give these back to you temporarily. It's you give me a wall. You shouldn't have taken them away in the first place. Trump has been critical of the democratic negotiators end of the fact that he may not get a border wall says Republicans are wasting their time negotiating with Democrats in an interview with the daily caller. The president says he'll let the Justice department decide how to handle the upcoming report from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. Whether he would sign off on the report, the president said, quote, they'll have to make their decision within the Justice department. They will make the decision as to what they do earlier this week acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker told CBS news be investigation was close to being completed. The special counsel has been investigating Russia's efforts to interfere with the presidential election since two thousand seventeen CBS's Elaine coming up, we'll take you to Atlanta ahead of Super Bowl. Fifty.

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WSB-AM

"See how it works and the goal is for you to control your wallet. Not for it to control you. Now, speaking of expenses. And I always mess up this woman's name Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. That on the blogs. They call her ace a o c. How about that reduced to initials is twenty nine years old? I think and this is a socialist member of congress from New York state. And she floated a proposal for a seventy percent. Personal income tax rate on people with higher incomes. So. What was very interesting about. This is this was designed for people who make ten million or more dollars a year. So only people like Joel. Would pay the seventy percent now. It'd be a huge bummer for me. The seventy percent. I'd hate that. But what was interesting was that there was polling done afterwards. That found that there was wide support across the political spectrum. Nearly half a Republicans. Sixty percent independence. Seventy percent democrat sixty percent overall thought it was a great idea to have a tax on people who make huge money that was roughly double the highest tax rate is today to let you know. This is something that has precedent in American history. This will stunned you do you know when the late president Kennedy came into office. The top federal tax rate was ninety one percent. Ninety one percent. And then president Kennedy was looked at as a huge tax cutter. When he got the congress to cut the rate the top one to this same seventy percent. So it's all a matter of perspective where things are. But a couple of things based on what I've seen in people's responses to this that I want to explain to you first of all we're talking about what's so is marginal tax rates, and nobody really gets marginal tax rates or marginal tax rate is is it's what you make on the next dollar of earnings. So we have a bunch of tax brackets in the United States, and the way they work is he pay so much a percent of your income up to a certain level. And then above that, you pay the next higher level and on like that so income up to ninety five hundred year is ten percent tax from ninety five hundred a year to just under forty thousand is twelve percent tax from just under forty to just over eighty twenty two percent tax. And then. Continues up to the highest thirty seven percent who does the thirty seven percent apply to well. The first half a million your tax at the stared up rates from ten to twelve to twenty two twenty four thirty to thirty five and then thirty seven percent if you make a half million or more. So what this member of congress proposing a oh, see I'm not gonna be able to get used to that. Anyway, she's the dancing congresswoman right anyway. Is the idea that once your income hits the stratosphere, which I'd say ten million a year stratosphere, you would pay seventy percent. Tax on ten million a year and above. But the thing is the reality with tax rates is that as he raised the rates the people you're trying to target with those rates are in a position to hire lawyers and accountants do work arounds set up shell companies like shell oil or companies that collect seashells. It's a it's an expression in business that they they move enterprises around to reduce the overall tax Bill, they manipulate and they have the money to manipulate by hiring, the experts and the truth is you alternately tend to collect more when you have simplified tax structures and simplified rates where people just say, okay, that's what it is all pay that then when you start boosting those rates. Because when tax rates were ninety one percent. Nobody was paying the ninety one percent. Even among the people who were in income that they were supposed to pay the ninety one percent because they have their team of people. They were keeping that from happening. So unless your goal is to create full employment for accountants and lawyers the real answer is tax simplification. And by the way, that's not what we got in last year's tax Bill last year's tax Bill was really only about serving the needs a big corporations, and there's virtue and lowering the tax rates, they pay, but it had really nothing to do with you and me, and that's why a lot of people now face higher tax net tax bills under the new tax law, then under the old one because somebody's got to pay for at least a portion of all those tax break. Thanks for corporations. Andrew is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, andrew. How you doing? Hey, I'm doing well. Clark. How are you? Great. Thank you. So andrew. You followed that that path, but I have laid out about dumping the hyper expensive paytv package, and now you're getting slapped around for following my path. Exactly. So tell me how bad it is. What's happened? So we we got rid of our dish and went to YouTube TV and a couple of other streaming options. And I've been very happy cut our Bill from about one hundred and ten dollars a month to forty dollars a month. Of course, where YouTube. And you know, something we've never looked at before. Never even hit our radar was that there's a data cap for our home internet. So. Is yours. One terabyte. Hey, you know, I'm not even sure I think it's maybe five hundred gigs. And so above that, they charge you for every one hundred gigs. They charge you an extra ten bucks a month. Exactly. So we had thirty dollars higher on the on the Bill when I went to pay at this past weekend. What is going on here and talk to the south of the internet provider. And you know, there you have it. So we've been exceeding our our data limit and the other options would staying with the same. Internet provider is a very hefty almost seventy dollars a month to to go for unlimited and we're back to where we would be from the the cost savings switching satellite TV. And so that didn't come about because your cable company was upset, but you dump satellite came out because the cable company doesn't want you to dump pay-tv from them. So so yeah. So let me tell you the work around that so many people are doing around the country, are you t mobile for cell phone service..

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WJR 760

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"twenty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"twenty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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