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American Express to offer checking accounts with rewards

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

American Express to offer checking accounts with rewards

"American American American American Express Express Express Express will will will will offer offer offer offer checking checking checking checking accounts accounts accounts accounts with with with with rewards rewards rewards rewards can can can express express express has has has launched launched launched its its its own own own checking checking checking account account account which which which will will will allow allow allow its its its customers customers customers to to to collect collect collect its its its popular popular popular membership membership membership rewards rewards rewards points points points the the the same same same way way way they they they do do do on on on its its its credit credit credit and and and charge charge charge cards cards cards the the the checking checking checking account account account will will will come come come with with with a a a debit debit debit card card card and and and an an an annual annual annual interest interest interest yield yield yield of of of point point point five five five percent percent percent the the the debit debit debit card card card will will will give give give account account account holders holders holders one one one membership membership membership reward reward reward point point point for for for every every every two two two dollars dollars dollars they they they spent spent spent right right right now now now the the the company company company says says says the the the new new new checking checking checking account account account will will will only only only be be be available available available for for for current current current existing existing existing amex amex amex credit credit credit card card card holders holders holders I'm I'm I'm surely surely surely after after after

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Netflix increases prices in the U.S. and Canada

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Netflix increases prices in the U.S. and Canada

"Streaming streaming service service in in the the U. U. S. S. is is raising raising its its prices prices again again fans fans of of cobra cobra kai kai or or the the witcher witcher should should get get ready ready for for higher higher prices prices effective effective Friday Friday Netflix Netflix is is raising raising its its rates rates by by one one to to two two dollars dollars a a month month in in the the US US and and Canada Canada depending depending on on the the plan plan less less than than a a year year and and a a half half since since this this last last price price increase increase the the standard standard package package that that most most people people take take one one crease crease by by dollar dollar fifty fifty to to fifteen fifteen fifty fifty per per month month or or sixteen sixteen fifty fifty in in Canada Canada the the company company got got a a lot lot of of new new customers customers during during the the early early part part of of the the pandemic pandemic with with more more than than two two hundred hundred and and thirteen thirteen million million subscribers subscribers around around the the globe globe but but it's it's facing facing saturation saturation in in the the U. U. S. S. and and Canada Canada and and competition competition from from other other streaming streaming services services like like Disney Disney plus plus an an H. H. B. B. O. O. Max Max Netflix Netflix is is investing investing in in video video games games as as it it looks looks for for growth growth beyond beyond movies movies and and TV TV I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king the the dominant dominant streaming streaming service service in in the the U. U. S. S. is is raising raising its its prices prices again again fans fans

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Sanders to Biden: Cut back looming Medicare premium hike

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Sanders to Biden: Cut back looming Medicare premium hike

"One one US US senators senators urging urging the the president president to to cut cut back back coverage coverage of of a a pricey pricey drug drug to to prevent prevent a a spike spike in in Medicare Medicare premiums premiums from from taking taking place place next next month month Vermont Vermont senator senator Bernie Bernie Sanders Sanders says says a a nearly nearly twenty twenty two two dollar dollar a a month month increase increase in in premiums premiums couldn't couldn't come come at at a a worse worse time time for for seniors seniors already already struggling struggling with with higher higher prices prices on on everything everything he he says says Biogen's Biogen's charging charging fifty fifty six six thousand thousand dollars dollars for for the the Alzheimer's Alzheimer's drug drug add add to to home home is is the the poster poster child child for for how how dysfunctional dysfunctional the the nation's nation's drug drug pricing pricing system system has has become become N. N. Sanders Sanders says says it's it's beyond beyond absurd absurd that that one one pharmaceutical pharmaceutical company company can can raise raise the the price price of of one one drug drug so so much much it it will will negatively negatively impact impact fifty fifty seven seven million million seniors seniors and and the the future future of of Medicare Medicare if if the the administration administration agreed agreed to to hold hold off off on on approving approving add add to to home home coverage coverage the the January January increase increase for for Medicare's Medicare's part part B. B. premium premium would would only only be be about about ten ten dollars dollars I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Medicare's "Part B" premium will jump by $21.60 a month next year

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Medicare's "Part B" premium will jump by $21.60 a month next year

"The government is announcing monthly premiums for Medicare's part B. will increase by more than twenty dollars next year Medicare officials say the cost of the part B. premium will increase to about one hundred seventy dollars a month that's up twenty one dollars and sixty cents one of the largest hikes ever and they say it's partly because of the new Alzheimer's drug add to home which will cost about fifty six thousand dollars a year seniors just found out there getting a cost of living adjustment from Medicare increasing checks by about ninety two dollars a month for most retirees but this Medicare part B. increase will take a good chunk of that away Jackie Quinn

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Mexican leader: Richest in world should pay to help poorest

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Mexican leader: Richest in world should pay to help poorest

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Mexico's president calls for the world's wealthiest to help the poorest Cydia it is gave the address to the United Nations Security Council Tuesday Mexico's president criticized the world's nations for neglecting the global port Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called for the thousand richest people the thousand largest private corporations and the twenty major economies to generate around one trillion dollars annually to improve life for the seven hundred fifty million people now exist on less than two dollars a day Lopez Obrador also criticized the world's nations for not addressing corruption and all forms of political moral economic legal fiscal and financial Lopez Obrador was presiding over the council or Mexico serves a two year term and holds the presidency this month hi Mike Rossio

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Social Security checks going up by 5.9 percent, the highest increase in decades

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Social Security checks going up by 5.9 percent, the highest increase in decades

"Millions of retirees on social security will see a big boost in benefits next year it's the biggest cost of living adjustment in nearly four decades of five point nine percent increase in benefits translating to about ninety two dollars a month for the average retired workers over the past decade cost of living adjustments averaged one point six five percent a year the jump comes following a burst in inflation as the economy struggles under the virus pandemic annual inflation is up five point four percent from a year ago matching a thirteen year high the

Closing Prices for Crude Oil, Gold and Other Commodities

Wall Street Breakfast

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Closing Prices for Crude Oil, Gold and Other Commodities

"Dow s&p nasdaq futures are all higher by as much as half a percent stocks in asia gained while at midday in europe shares are higher and in oil markets brent crude is trading over seventy two dollars a barrel up one and a half percent gold slipped to just under eighteen hundred dollars an ounce. The dollar was steady against major peers. And bitcoin was unchanged at forty. Six thousand

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WSOP Recap: Erik Seidel Wins Bracelet #9

The Fives

02:14 min | 9 months ago

WSOP Recap: Erik Seidel Wins Bracelet #9

"Get to it. World series of poker recap Hungary's roland seek out winning event number ten in order just rome winning event number twelve in that when he beat flea romo's heads up and got a lot of attention. Also worth noting the in madonna. Jeff the hashtag. Twenty twenty w fee main event winner. Online minute winner finishing fifth in that one and vic vinca damascus winning event number thirteen. But all of that was great. Bracelets awarded first time winners all that good stuff but We've gotta talk about eric. Site outwitting event number ten. The ten thousand dollar buying super millions high roller for nine hundred. Seventy seven thousand eight hundred forty two dollars. Yeah i mean absolutely massive win. It was this week. Super millions over six hundred bronner's just it's been it's the biggest super millions than it has been weeks and a little piece of history took place on tuesday afternoon as sidell top. The was a very solid. You're pro packed final table. And he walks away with nine hundred seventy seven large in his. Is that right is. That is that nine. Seventy seven marchers to my saying that wrong. Nothing that's right. No k nine seven seven large and his ninth bracelet. I know there was some The online bracelets don't count crowd that came out of the woodwork. nine bracelets. He's now tied for fifth which is pretty phenomenal super. Close joining double digits group. But the eric sitel. By i mean the sa- ten k the soubra millions is a weekly event on g g tons of killers in How runners they have six hundred forty two think right. Yeah something like that okay. So that's bigger than any. Wp europe field ever main event field ever and it's bigger than any wpa main event field up until two thousand and three when moneymaker beat thirty. Nine let's not be discrediting bracelets with six hundred fifty runners. I don't think. I don't care if it's online or live. I think anybody that's still touting. The this bracelet doesn't count horn is absolutely out of their mind.

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Tightening Up On Final Tables

Rec Poker

02:36 min | 10 months ago

Tightening Up On Final Tables

"I wanna talk just about this notion of tightening up on final tables and should we tighten up. When should we tighten up our final tables the right place to tighten up and sort of. What are kim. What do you think of when when people ask this kind of question. What are the factors. We should be thinking about well. I think it were a short stack or medium stack more before the bubble. We should be tightening up. So we can make it through the bubble I think after the bubble of were skirt stack. We don't need to tighten up anymore. We can play our range appropriately. And then if we're sort of a middle stock. I think you know in general when i see 'em factors involved i think we generally tighten up a little bit so i think that's you know that that medium stack is kind of the hardest stack to play in a way because the big stacks. They're not really at risk of going out the small stacks. They're probably going out soon anyway. So they don't have as much to lose. Is that medium stack where you've got enough to lose you. Don't wanna get out but you don't wanna have so many chips that you can start pushing people around it is. It is kind of a delicate spot and keith says here Most people tighten up on final tables with medium. Stacks hoping to ladder up but in the monkey system. We released the cracking. He says there are a couple of exceptions where we keep the crack in his cage and One is where we have a medium stack in numerous tax or so short they could go at any time and then he does the real key when we talk about medium stacks and short stocks. Like we're kind of talking about is it's the psalm. Ski ratio again. We talked about this a bit last week. you know. there's a great disparity in the different stacks than it. It's one situation but if if there's a lot of people with short stack then. I think you really have to tighten up even more in that kind of a circumstance. I think it depends a little bit on the page ups. If they're really flat in the beginning that. I don't think it's as important like it. So it depends on we're talking about two dollar pay jumps or talking about two thousand dollar pay jumps or twenty thousand dollar pay jumps like i think it depends. It depends because it affects the decision making of the people in the hand right like because people will play differently on a two dollar. Pay jump than they will on a two thousand absolutely

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Dream Big Quilt-a-Long With Mary Davis and Shereece Spain

Stitch Please

02:13 min | 10 months ago

Dream Big Quilt-a-Long With Mary Davis and Shereece Spain

"Week we are talking with two wonderful quilters who are not only amazing creatives in their own right. They have come together to put on a spectacular quilt along for a really wonderful piece of fabric or series of fabrics. And i am speaking of course of. Mary davis with go round quilts and cherie spain of so cooked on treasures. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much and welcome. Thank you hear those of you. Who are patriot on subscribers. In if you are not a pastry on a subscriber why are you not. I mean for as little as two dollars a month. You can support amazing programming like this in honestly like catch cushion money and i know damn well. I'm worth more than cash. Cushion money. okay but anyway. You'll get to see these amazing panels in. I am actually wearing a dress that i made from one of the panels. That's going to be part of the challenge that you could see me in my this. Lovely lovely okay. fine. I'll stand up this lovely lovely amazingly rich and textured fabrics. So thank you so much. Y'all for a hitter day. I'm so grateful. Thank you and welcome. Thank you excited. Whose idea was this to get started. Did it wisco- who's to blame. Give credit to i. I'm a nation deal. Actually automation deal. Cherise was talking. About how many screen big panel. She had that she's never quilted in how someday she's gonna get you. And i. maybe. I can get a dream big paneling kind of cheer each other honest. We do the panel and then thought. Oh gosh but it'd be really great if we could do like a quilt awhile. Which i've never done before. And so cherise and i talked about it and she was all in birth of a quilt along

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Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment Is My New Favorite

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:29 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment Is My New Favorite

"I wanna talk about a product that is not new but a new discovery for me. That's gone completely gangbusters on tech talk. This is the doctor chart seek a pair of tiger grass color correcting treatment. It's spf thirty. It's fifty two dollars. Us and around sixty canadian many. Because i got as part of the full travel set but those are the prices for the full size. So as i said this is a cult product and i think the reason why it has gone completely viral is because of that transformation so it's a green to bauge color correcting cream treatment. It corrects redness while giving you sunscreen protection at the same time so i consider myself to be like tomato face and the summer so this is like my new best friend and what i love about it is that i have used color correcting green tinted products in the past. But they can make me look kind of doll. Yeah and sallow. Whereas i think the beauty of this where they really nailed it is it. Is this green to beige a kind of transforms from the green to the beige. And it actually gives you a little bit of coverage so the other day i was putting it on and i i actually started putting on my blush and everything. I forgot that. I had skipped the foundation. Because it actually did give me enough coverage so i feel like at the cottage. I could put this on as my sunscreen during the day and not have to wear makeup overtop. And i'm getting that double duty. Which i

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Best Value Plays for the NBA Finals

Behind the Bets

02:56 min | 11 months ago

Best Value Plays for the NBA Finals

"I want to touch on the nba no guest for the nba finals discussion. And we've done that throughout the postseason. Basically i wanna touch on a couple of things that stand out to meet the honest injury. Look we all wanna fire and make bets and hopefully win money on these big events right whether it's the super bowl the nba playoffs stanley cup. You name it but sometimes there's just not an edge and i just think it's too difficult right now to lay the series price of two dollars not knowing exactly what we're going to get with honest and when we're gonna get jaanus to return all signs point to his being out tonight for game one but willie return game two or game three. How effective willie b last round. We saw trae young return. And frankly i probably would have benched him in game six in the fourth quarter. At least he just wasn't that effective wasn't the usual stellar trae young. We were used to seeing this postseason or is it like joel embiid. After missing the second half of game four in the first round then missing game. Five sixers beat the wizards he. He came back from the injury and he was just managing pain more than anything. He was still dynamic. Not quite the same. Didn't have that dunk that. He said he could do it. One of the end of the one of the games. I believe it was game four against atlanta but nonetheless it just wasn't the same embiid but it was close to so if you can tell me exactly like how big of a percent how close to one hundred percent. We're going to be honest then. I can come up with a firm play in terms of the series price. Game one for me. No real opinion. It's already baked in the line. Honest isn't gonna play it. Let's say he's out officially might go from six to six and a half if he's miraculous you're gonna play maybe goes to three from the minus six just because it won't be one hundred percents so it's really tough game one favorites in the nba finals. The last fifteen sixteen years fifteen in one straight up fourteen to two. Ats now that's just a trend but sup denote given the sons at home court. I think they're going to win the series again. Don't wanna lay the two dollars. I think we're seeing a very loose milwaukee team that finally got over the hump reach the finals. They've been playing really tight. The last few postseasons especially this year. They were really tied against the nets but did get the w. thanks to kevin durant shoe size and game seven enabling the game to go to overtime and obviously outlasted atlanta thanks to couple injuries but both teams have benefited but nonetheless. They are here. No asterix whatsoever. At all. In my opinion. I just think if the only play i'm making a cpa three to win the mvp at plus one eighty to me. He's going to get all the difference from the voters if the sun's win at all thus booker or whoever else maybe eight and but book is really the main competitor. He has to put up astronomical numbers and for the sons doing. I just think c. P. three's going to have to have a stat line right. He's going to have to have double digit assist and a few games. Put up some points. I just don't think booker's capable of just having monster monster monster games in the four winds. So i think if it's remotely close. I think it's gonna go to chris paul because the leadership and all the other narratives so plus one eighty compared to minus. Two dollars is worth it to

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Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Glow Fusion Powder

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Glow Fusion Powder

"We're talking about the giorgio armani beauty luminous glow fusion powder. It is sixty four dollars. Us and it's eighty two dollars in canada. There are ten shades. And this came out back in april so jill. I'm going to show it to you. Here it's beautiful compact and it's kind of gotten a revamped. Am they do it right. they do it right. I'm sorry it's like you. You know own words hop and it's like yeah that low go It's got a little wave prints outer then you open it up and you've got this little mini a rush that you can use to apply it so the reason why we're kind of joking around is because gills rider die foundation that she's talked about many many times on the show is of course. The armani luminous soak foundation which we know is in the makeup bags of so many professional. Makeup artists are the world and has been for like. I think it's twenty years since it originally came out or something like that. It's a cult favourite. I was excited. Should try the new glow fusion powder. I just want to clarify that. There was an existing luminous silk powder so this new one is replacing what has now been discontinued. Okay yeah so. I had to get that kind of clarified by the pr. And what's interesting. Is that the original luminous soak powder was a demi matte finish while this one is a glowing finished so quite the opposite so it's got that luminous we've got that luminous word back back in effect with this product that sounds like that's right and i think some of the original users are maybe not so happy judging by the reviews but for myself as a first time user. I really fell in love with this

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Twitter Launches Twitter Blue!

Techmeme Ride Home

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Twitter Launches Twitter Blue!

"Twitter took the wrapping off its subscription service twitter blue this morning but only if you're in canada and australia for now pricing is three dollars. Forty nine cents per month. Canadian and four dollars and forty nine cents a month australian which suggests i think what a two dollars ninety nine cents a month price point for when it comes to the us although twitter did not say today when that might actually happen quoting cnbc. Twitter blue users will an undue tweet feature that allows them to set customizable timer of up to thirty seconds to take back a tweet if it needs to be fixed. The feature is not quite an edit button often requested by users but it will allow subscribers to preview what their tweets look like an adjust them before they're published other features include bookmark folders so users can organize tweets. They save a reader mode. That makes it easier to read. Long threads the option to customize the twitter by cons on their phones access to color themes for the twitter app and dedicated customer support and quote more details on those particulars from sarah peres in tech crunch. The bookmark folders option is designed to help. Twitter users organizers saved content collected through twitter's bookmarks feature introduced in early eighteen twitter's bookmarks give users a private way to save tweets for later reference. This is useful for those who want to read long form content at a later time or for those who want to save tweets without alerting others to that fact for example if the tweets being saved. Aren't those they would normally it. The heart icon. Perhaps because the user disagrees with the sentiment being expressed the bookmarks button. Lets them save the tweet. more privately. The folders feature will let users create sub folders for their bookmarks which are also color coded for easy at a glance access. And there's an ad bookmark button on the screen. So you can add a tweet. To the collection. From the bookmark section directly the new reader mode feature meanwhile may not be exactly what some users were expecting ahead of twitter blues launch twitter acquired. Scroll a distraction. Free reading service. That cleans up news articles by removing ads and other clutter for a better reading experience squirrels. Ceo tony hale then tweeted that the products features would be integrated into twitter subscription quote later in the year but twitter tells us that reader mode isn't correllated to any of the company's recent acquisitions including scroll and instead was built separately for the twitter blue offering for the time being at least reader mode is focused on making it easier to read through longer twitter threads basically an alternative to something like the third party app thread reader app. When you go into the tweet detailed view where it shows you. The full twitter thread twitter blue subscribers. We'll see a button. Which lets you change the screen. To show you long-form tax you can exit reader mode to see the threat as usual s for scroll twitter says the better reading experiences it brings to the platform will be incorporated into twitter blue later on. Finally there's twitter blues flagship feature undo tweet while not the edit button users really want it will allow you to quickly on send a tweet when you spot a typo other kind of mistake like forgetting to tag someone. For instance and quote.

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Want to Talk About Video Games?

Talking Tech

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Want to Talk About Video Games?

"That everyone who listens to talking tech knows you and i like video games. But there's so many games out there. We can't get to them all let alone do a deep dive on them right. Yes absolutely so. One of our editors josh avera came up with this idea of giving readers forum at usa today to talk about a beloved game or anything else in video games. They're passionate about so you can go to tech dot. Usaa dot com. Go to video games and one of the examples of this is a story about microtransactions written by it professional leaf morganson. If you play video games you've likely come. Across a micro transaction is basically. When you're in the middle of a game and you get a prompt that asks you if you want to pay say dollar or two dollars or more for suffolk virtual money or upgrades to your character. Now as leaf points out you can usually earn virtual credit in the game to pay for those things. But if you're like me or fear like other players you might not be as patient One example he brings up is a sports video game and with a lot of the sports video games. They have a mode where you can create your own player and say do this in the nba. And you can start from rookie season and work your way up in as you play each game you'll build up your skills and you'll get better and better so you might start out like with a sixty rating out of one hundred but in order to have a player that can be competitive. You might want to get it up to eighty five or ninety or something like that so trying to grind that out and get to that level can take a while you have to play a lot of games and it can take depending on how much time. You're spending several weeks a month. How retakes or you can spend money. And that means that you know in on top of the money you may have spent on a console game for example like sixty dollars or seventy. If you're on next gen you're talking about paying way more for video game than you expected so in this story leaf admits that he pays his way sometimes but suggests you get more out of earning your experience and at the same time giving game companies all your money by trying to develop your character naturally instead of using it with your dollars.

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Twitter Blue, a $3 Monthly Subscription Service, Could Be Coming Soon

Daily Tech News Show

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Twitter Blue, a $3 Monthly Subscription Service, Could Be Coming Soon

"Twitter now lists a two dollar and ninety nine cents a month twitter blue subscription under in-app purchases in its ios apps store description although the feature does not appear to be live in the actual app however app researcher. And may i call her magician. Jane mentioned wong says she has been able to become the first paying. Customer and twitter. Blue comes with color themes custom app icons undo send and a collections

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Twitter Blue, A $3 Monthly Subscription Service, Could Be Coming Soon

Daily Tech News Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Twitter Blue, A $3 Monthly Subscription Service, Could Be Coming Soon

"Twitter now lists a two dollar and ninety nine cents a month twitter blue subscription under in-app purchases in its ios apps store description although the feature does not appear to be live in the actual app however app researcher. And may i call her magician. Jane mentioned wong says she has been able to become the first paying. Customer and twitter. Blue comes with color themes custom app icons undo send and a collections feature. You can favorite things and keep them in a particular collections. You can organize your favorites.

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Rising Food Prices During Pandemic Force Millions Into Hunger

WSJ What's News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Rising Food Prices During Pandemic Force Millions Into Hunger

"In the developing world were hit especially hard by the economic impact of the pandemic. And now they're dealing with a new hardship. The rising cost of food. The united nations says global food prices have jumped by nearly a third over the past year and the world food program estimates. That two hundred seventy million people are suffering from acute malnutrition double from just two years ago. So he'd shaw covers pakistan for the wall street journal and he joins us from islamabad. Hello sayyed sayed. Help us understand the scale of what it means for two hundred seventy million people to be on the brink of hunger. Two hundred seventy million people are in the world food program colds state of acute malnutrition. So these people who are in danger of slipping towards famine than not there yet but they are in dangerous zone but the numbers of people in developing world. Who are going hungry is actually far bigger if you look at that there's an international poverty benchmark which is a of just under two dollars a day and ceo seven hundred and fifty million people who are likely to be in that category this year. Seven hundred and fifty million people and at that level of earnings two dollars a day or so. You can't put chewed in tristesse meals together. Your family is just not possible on that sort of wage. Experts have looked at it. Essentially it costs about five times. More to put a nutritious mute together than one which is just gonna fill the stomachs of your kids with rice or bread

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"two dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"For two dollars America runs on Dunkin market Melinda San Francisco now has adopted a program that they say will allow them to commit the homeless to mental health facilities against their will now this is this is being decried criticized excoriated by civil rights advocates and civil libertarians but when you start looking into the details this is going to be a very limited program first of all rough feel Mandel but is one of the supervisors in San Francisco who voted for this the voters tend to want to approve this this is a brand new program they're saying there are some cases where people need to be committed against their will and they are saying that listen we're going to give a person multiple opportunities to do it themselves voluntarily and if if they aren't and we see them as being a danger to themselves or someone else well in the show you how limited this is they're saying within the past year if someone has been taken in for a mental health evaluation eight eight time is the trigger for the mandatory trips to the mental health facility where they will be under a court order and held against their will until the doctors say they can be real relief so that's pretty extraordinary these these are people who have already been brought in up to eight times within one year obviously they have a crisis in San Francisco right now according to their numbers their records were only talking about five names they've already put together a list there is no compassion in bringing someone in eight times in a year and third turning them back on the streets when you know they need help to continue their same cycle that they're doing if you can it commit them and maybe get from the help they want perhaps they will continue that same site Wednesdays ten.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

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"two dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And that is two dollars and eighty six cents that greatly increases the quality of my life. in fact I probably get. I hesitate to say this I probably get twenty dollars of enjoyment out of a two dollar and eighty six cents a Cup of coffee. I thought of all the things I spend money on honestly that's a pretty good investment that is a pretty good investment because of I don't go to the bathroom I'm gonna be grumpy for the rest of the day so let's talk about the things. the things that matter not the little thing if there's you know my dad used to say. don't sweat the small stuff. everything is small stuff and that's a that's actually. that dude was wrong about a lot but it's something he was absolutely right about don't sweat the small stuff. everything is small stuff. please what the big stuff if you're about to buy a house you should be scared out of your mind. you should be very very nervous he should be losing sleep over this you should be staring at the ceiling at two in the morning because you are taking on an incredible amount of concentrated on diversify able financial risk. and it's a long beat and it's scary and it's your subject to all kinds of macro forces that you have no control over you do not understand. buying a house with a lot of leverage. which is what most people do is one of the most dangerous things that you can do. but you know what people say they're like what's the monthly what's the monthly payment..

"two dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I have to do is add two dollars when I should've been subtracting two or adding to what I should have it adding three and I can stop CPA's now if I just dump you and used over and you still don't get it I've had people listen to me on the radio on and it drives them crazy until they come to a live event I go please tell me the answer I can't figure out that math folks it's is why so many Americans in my opinion get duped into putting pre tax dollars into tax deferred IRA reason for one case in the market and being told all you'll be in a lower bracket when you retire and for years I would have clients come to me prospective clients and in the first appointment I would have a little list of six items I needed them to bring their tax returns for the last two years and all their financial statements are qualified plans like I reach for one case and their non qualified but many of them had what I felt was a weight too much money and yet to be taxed I reserve for one case and I was a make sure you bring your after tax irate and four oh one K. statements they go home I don't I I the after tax statements well I I I don't think I have those up well I know they don't bugs and all I guess I'll have to calculate it for you so they come and they go I got a million dollars I said no that's not all your money only about six hundred fifty thousand a year after tax I re for one case statement shows about six hundred fifty grand not a million a third of this belongs to the government okay and so that's what I mean people don't subtract the effective taxes or inflation or market volatility on and their nest eggs at retirement planning is way different than maybe what you did for retirement you cannot add up what your retirement nest egg is without subtracting the effective tax is inflation a market volatility so I'd get rid of those three with the strategies that I use if this is a rousing curiosity and you want to come and learn and you're dead serious about preparing for retirement and not outliving your money and converting to tax free income join us for a half day educational event these are absolutely free we're coming to the greater San Francisco Bay Area I.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"I have to do is add two dollars when I should've been subtracting two or adding to what I should have it adding three and I can stop CPA's now if I just dump you and used over and you still don't get it I've had people listen to me on the radio on and it drives them crazy until they come to a live event I go please tell me the answer I can't figure out that math folks it's it's why so many Americans in my opinion get duped into putting pre tax dollars into tax deferred IRA reason for one case in the market and being told all you'll be in a lower bracket when you retire and for years I would have clients come to me prospective clients and in the first appointment I would have a little list of six items I needed them to bring their tax returns for the last two years and all their financial statements are qualified plans like I reach for one case and their non qualified but many of them had it what I felt was a weight too much money and yet to be taxed I reserve for one case and I was a make sure you bring your after tax irate and four oh one K. statements they go home I don't I I the after tax statements well I I I don't think I have those up well I know they don't but I'm saying all I guess I'll have to calculate it for you so they come and they go I got a million dollars I said no that's not all your money only about six hundred fifty thousand a year after tax I re for one case statement shows about six hundred fifty grand not a million a third of this belongs to the government okay and so that's what I mean people don't subtract the effective taxes or inflation or market volatility on and their nest eggs at retirement planning is way different than maybe what you did for retirement you cannot add up what your retirement nest egg is without subtracting the effective tax is inflation a market volatility so I get rid of those three with the strategies that I use if this is a rousing curiosity and you want to come and learn and you're dead serious about preparing for retirement and not outliving your money and converting to tax free income join us for a half day educational event these are absolutely free we're coming to the greater San Francisco Bay Area I.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I have to do is add two dollars when I should've been subtracting two or adding to what I should have been adding three and I can stop CPA's now if I just dump you and used over and you still don't get it I met people listen to me on the radio on and it drives them crazy until they come to a live event I go please tell me the answer I can't figure out that math folks it's is why so many Americans in my opinion get duped into putting pre tax dollars into tax deferred IRA reason for one case in the market and being told all you'll be in a lower bracket when you retire and for years I would have clients come to me prospective clients and in the first appointment I would have a little list of six items I needed them to bring their tax returns for the last two years and all their financial statements are qualified plans like I reach for one case and their non qualified but many of them had what I felt was a weight too much money and yet to be taxed I reserve for one case and I was a make sure you bring your after tax irate and for one K. statements they go home I don't I I the after tax statements well I I I don't think I have those up well I know they don't but I'm saying all I guess I'll have to calculate it for you so they come and they go I got a million dollars I said no that's not all your money only about six hundred fifty thousand a year after tax I re for one case statement shows about six hundred fifty gram not a million a third of this belongs to the government okay and so that's what I mean people don't subtract the effective taxes or inflation or market volatility on and their nest eggs at retirement planning is way different than maybe what you did for retirement you cannot add up what your retirement nest egg is without subtracting the effective tax is inflation a market volatility so I'd get rid of those three with the strategies that I use if this is a rousing curiosity and you want to come and learn and you're dead serious about preparing for retirement and not outliving your money and converting to tax free income join us for a half day educational event these are absolutely free we're coming to the greater San Francisco Bay Area I.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"I have to do is add two dollars when I should've been subtracting two or adding to what I should have it adding three and I can stop CPA's now if I just dump you and used over and you still don't get it I've had people listen to me on the radio on and it drives them crazy until they come to a live event I go please tell me the answer I can't figure out that math folks it's it's why so many Americans in my opinion get duped into putting pre tax dollars into tax deferred IRA reason for one case in the market and being told all you'll be in a lower bracket when you retire and for years I would have clients come to me prospective clients and in the first appointment I would have a little list of six items I needed them to bring their tax returns for the last two years and all their financial statements are qualified plans like I reach for one case and their non qualified but many of them had it what I felt was a weight too much money and yet to be taxed I reserve for one case and I was a make sure you bring your after tax irate and four oh one K. statements they go home I don't I I the after tax statements well I I I don't think I have those up well I know they don't but I'm saying all I guess I'll have to calculate it for you so they come in and I got I got a million dollars I said no that's not all your money only about six hundred fifty thousand a year after tax I re for one case statement shows about six hundred fifty grand not a million a third of this belongs to the government okay and so that's what I mean people don't subtract the effective taxes or inflation or market volatility on and their nest eggs at retirement planning is way different than maybe what you did for retirement you cannot add up what your retirement nest egg is without subtracting the effective tax is inflation a market volatility so I get rid of those three with the strategies that I use if this is a rousing curiosity and you want to come and learn and you're dead serious about preparing for retirement and not outliving your money and converting to tax free income join us for a half day educational event these are absolutely free we're coming to the greater San Francisco Bay Area I.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KDOW

"Dollars in assets strong move up from where it was the beginning of the year oil is fifty four dollars a barrel and then a husband right the management because of the fear of global recession when global slowdown the China may soon start to avoid US oil all together yeah so now gasoline two dollars only took two dollars and seven cents per gallon on average nationwide in the Midwest as places with a pay a dollar ninety nine this morning when I got it I paid four dollars so depends where you live I suppose California is super expensive when it comes to gas because they have the special summertime bland that doesn't do anything they added more tax this year because they want more money I don't know what they're going to do with it yeah well it's just that you have to pay we all live in California that's the reality of the situation it's a really a pay really uber earnings were out uber held its biggest quarterly loss ever and share price took a dive uber booked one point eight billion rides in the corner and we're still growing revenue at thirty percent revenue income not not early total income yes were does not make money it does not make any money but it makes a lot of revenue they lost five billion dollars five and a quarter billion dollars in the second quarter so now they're not making money they don't pull the I'll see them then I'll make mine this year than I make money next year yeah it's a big big well it's big they pay they pay three point nine billion in stock based compensation show me Neil in the insiders of people work who were making a lot of money but not the shareholders not the shareholders so who have been around for ten years now and never made a profit Amazon took them six years to make their first profit took a long time the women who were the internal making money when that can happen remember a uber said it will lay off well also four hundred marketing employees at out of twelve hundred so awesome that's quite a third of their marketing work force the lan wan never lifted pretty good they they they still lost money to the little things that make money but they lost a billion dollars but they have a better outlook that uber anyways do not believe that the new company will make money for a while okay let's go to it got him a Micah Emiko immigrant Cincinnati her doing a mega hi how are you I'm doing well so more to you among the team for the nominee thank you I went down for you you folks in bowl he ate please do you think it is big for me and my four due to getting any value in the okay endo international out of Ireland develops branded and generic pharmaceutical products in areas of the of the pain management areas of pain management they make money to make money for years and years and years they used to make a lot more money this year than this year they're coming to all sixteen cents down from two eighty nine and last year three for this but so it's gone down the next year they're going to level off a two dollars and twenty nine cents it took me two dollars twenty nine cents and it's a two dollar and forty four cents stock that means it's a P. racial one one so that means the the that brings to meet my mind that one boy it's super valuable at one why is it so cheap after making that kind of money why N. obviously I don't have the answer on the top of my head because the numbers look pretty good now they've been shrinking earnings per share from shrinking for several years but still no they're gonna it's leveling out next year so.

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"two dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Transfer center two dollars sixty cents at thirteen ninety seven ninety announced Nathan Karen it is all about the fed today as chairman Jerome Powell prepares to testify before Congress we begin our coverage with a preview from Bloomberg economics and policy correspondent Michael McKee the key question does chairman Powell ratify the rate cut markets of price gain for the end of July to this point data have shown the economy slowing but not in trouble and the much stronger than expected June jobs report is a potential argument for holding off Powell may also want to send a message the fed can't be bullied by president trump whose anti Powell tweets are also certain to be a topic of the back to back hearings before the house and Senate but analysts say the chairman is likely to repeat the central bank's June statement pledge to act as appropriate to sustain economic expansion that gives him a tiny bit of wiggle room while not disappointing investor expectations in Washington Michael McGee Bloomberg daybreak Michael thank you ahead of that testimony were seen trader scaled back expectations for rate cuts beyond July with the spread between two and ten year treasury yields a narrowing in the last two weeks Mar Cranfield is a macro strategist for Bloomberg this is really how we going to determine whether or not because of has it right well has it wrong so it should be quite a bit of volatility in the US bond market that will play out in different sectors of the code of one of the things that will be watching to see is whether or not this Tuesday ten years with it flips back to a more positive direction as people just they're expected and so the rates are going in the next few months it could be a bit of a tight rope act for chairman Powell today unicredit chief economist Erik Nielsen will be listening for comments on the fed's outlook for trade tensions with China they're focusing more to music than they truly believe because they're scared stiff about trump and his trade policies the June jobs report points to strengthen the economy well we can flexion and trade tensions represent downside risks when a conclave us chief economist at G. plus economics the fed is facing a difficult dilemma here between strong fundamentals on the one hand and a strong risks on the other from the fundamental perspective there's no sign of the kind of imbalance that would require a cleansing recession at the same time corporate that is high and I think she was saving slow enough for the fed to not be able to get much growth evidence from any further easing so that means the fed has to be pre emptive Morgan Stanley she's the fed cutting rates by fifty basis points this month despite Friday strong jobs report catch live coverage of German palace testimony on Bloomberg radio and television beginning at ten AM Wall Street time also on today's agenda minutes from the fed's June policy meeting we get more on that from Bloomberg's many they'll Judeh's coming on the same days congressional testimony by the fed chair the meeting minutes could carry less shock value than usual none the less it will provide a glimpse of the thinking of other fed officials many of whom have since signaled a rate cut the policy statement issued following last month's meeting expressed doubt about hitting the fed's two percent inflation target any doubt you nice Bloomberg daybreak many thank you mean time on the trade front to be the first report of high level talks resuming between the US and China bloomers John Tucker joins us live with the latest good morning John good morning here at the U. S. trade representative and treasury secretary spoke on the phone with their counterparts in Beijing yesterday the White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow characterize the discussion as constructive hopefully we can pick up where we left off but I don't know that yet and our team Bassar light Heiser sector mission are exploring all that and discussions today at and one constructively but to serve for details the Financial Times says the U. S. agreed to tone down criticism of Chinese rule in Hong Kong in order to restart the trade talks officials say negotiations will continue as appropriate without offering details of the next steps John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak thank you John and when it comes to the trade dispute between South Korea and Japan Korean president moon Janice morning business leaders to prepare for an extended stand off here is speaking through an interpreter our government is making determined efforts to have Japan's unfair export restrictions withdrawn and defined countermeasures most importantly the government is committed to finding a diplomatic solution we hope that Japan does not push this to a dead end street but Tokyo standing by its decision to curb exports of material used to make computer chips and displays Japan's deputy press secretary says the measures will not be withdrawn that's American apparel this.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Tucson is two dollars fifty five cents that's down about eight pennies a gallon from a week ago state officials say arizona added seventy five thousand jobs in may compared with a year earlier about six thousand of those were in tucson the biggest job gains were in the fields of biosciences healthcare education and construction the unemployment rate was four point nine percent i'm donny ichi k and s he a._m. seven ninety tucson's most stimulating talk contractor to on onto a two zero eight two ken good retired me to run his plumbing company because my pappa was a plumber and he told me that integrity is free so every person on and when you do the right thing when no one's looking that's called ethics geo e a roth i._r._a. is the only i._r._a. type that allows for tax deferred growth and withdrawal of all earnings tax free all earnings on a roth i._r._a. are tax free however if you make over one hundred and twenty two thousand per year those contributions may be reduced or even eliminated i'm jeff junior president of trajan wealth and we have a solution it's called covert roth covert roth allows you to convert your current taxable plans to iraq and may allow you to make contributions if you're over the income limits when you start taking withdrawals with a 4._0._1._k. era those withdrawals are taxed as ordinary income which may put you in a higher tax bracket they also force you to take withdrawals by seventy and a half and if you don't they will penalize you fifty percent fifty percent avoid these taxes and penalties with covert roth visit covert roth dot com or call trajan wealth three to one forty one hundred again three to one forty one hundred trajan wealth does not provide tax advice consult with your tax professional guarding your tax situation is gary lewis summertime is here the heat is here swimsuit season you not feel confident you wanna tone up you want to work out a little bit jog a walk you need the good feet arch supports if you.

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"two dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"It's Monday June tenth. It's going to be sticky today with a high of seventy five seventy eight in that region. Hazy sunshine with some possibility of late day showers according to Christina Ernie from storm team ten. We're warming up. It's up to sixty two degrees. Now average price of regular grade gasoline came down nine cents per gallon over the past three weeks. The average national average is two dollars and eighty four cents a gallon. We're actually below that prices seventeen cents lower than it was a year ago. So a little bit of smiling at the pump behind. I average price in the nation three dollars and ninety four cents a gallon in San Francisco, Madison cost a fortune to their lowest. Average is two dollars and twenty seven cents in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but necessarily is still wake up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana would lawn Catholic regional school in Pawtucket, according to the Providence Journal that school is closing, but the pre K to grade eight school is hopeful that it's going to find placements for students in five other Catholic schools that are. Holding open houses starting this week would lawn like many other Catholic schools has faced declining enrolments, it was founded back in nineteen seventy-two on hope street, the side of the former Saint Edwards school. That's according to a statement from the diocese of providence said the children in the schools commitment to their intellectual moral and spiritual growth of always been at the center of the school's mission statement goes on to say, we think everybody involved, who has allowed the school to thrive and provide loving safe environment with rigorous educational standards that exceed state requirements in position graduates success in high school and beyond. So with long Catholic school is closing, but who'll bunch of other schools are reaching out, so hopefully those kids will land close to home. You know, that's important to police swarm, the PD Peavy defense over the weekend. After reports that, there were some shots fired over that four day four day event. Here's Eric Halpern. From eyewitness news. I you can hear three. Two shots in keep a screaming as they run away. Was a tidal wave of people just. Learning real recorded video Saturday night around eleven he was just out for what was supposed to be a fun with friends at defense, when it took a scary turn wasn't quite sure, what to do at the very moment, we were we noticed he was shooting into the air, but it happened so fast to know which direction it could've gone any moment. He says a couple small fights were happening when suddenly this shots were fired. Most people referred for lives for a minute, providence. Police major David says the suspect took off on foot heavily armed officers in the area afterwards. According to police, no one was hurt. A very relieved. It could've been could've been world news from ferment no arrests have been made. We are expected, yet more formation from police teric Halpern. From eyewitness news at seven forty nine hundred zero nine twenty four seven FM back to the traffic.

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"two dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Bucks and get two dollars sausage mcmuffin with egg or one dollars small hot coffee. All from the one two three dollar venue. Simply your breakfast at McDonald's prices and participation vary. Canopy combined with any other offer combo meal Japanese women are saying no to high heels in what's being dubbed the hashtag Kutu movement, a play on the words force shoes and agony. The woman who started the movement handed the labor ministry, a petition protesting such rules this week. She says such rules are based on gender discrimination when asked about the petition. On a parliamentary committee. The minister of labour appeared to defend heels on the job thing, they may be needed, because of customary social expectations for some occupations. Face was growing concern about the climate impacts of flying Scandinavian airline city will stop selling duty-free goods on planes to reduce weights and save fuel it aims to could his emissions by at least twenty five percent by twenty fifty end. Like the carriers is also using new fuel efficient aircraft and tending mobile fuels in partnering with that craft make eb us to develop electric, and hybrid planes in the no degrees, in particular consumers are becoming more aware of the climate impact to flying with mall. Choosing to travel by train rather than by play. No call. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley. President Trump is joining other world leaders this morning on the beaches of Normandy. France pay tribute to World War, Two allied troops landed there. Seventy five years ago today, the beginning.

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"two dollars" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

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"two dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For only two dollars through September, first customers need to download the app food city lived in the United way partner to get access to healthy foods to these families and a man's behind bars for aggravated assault, and theft after he sped off in Mesa, while another man was hanging from his car, Mesa. Police say Marlon McFadden met up with a man near Dobson and Broadway to buy a gun and gave him an envelope with fake money inside when the seller realize this he chased McFadden onto his car and struggled with him while he was hanging from the car. Mcfadden was driving off the was able to retrieve his gun eventually and McFadden fled the scene, he was arrested. Two days later, and police say he has several other felony convictions out of California. The great white shark, that's been spotted off the coast of New York City has a growing fan club tonight, fascination growing with great white shark named cabinet. It's tracker locating, lurking very close to shore in New York area. Water's just as thousands are set to head to the beaches for Memorial Day weekend interests. So high the website that tracks Cabot crashed several times today, it was also the most popular Google search at one point the spike fueled by recent shark attacks in the northeast. That's ABC's. Gio benitez. Let's check on the traffic now as you head on home. Here's Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, Becky Lynn some good news on the I ten front. We still have the crash at one hundred seventh avenue off right. But we got rid of the crash at dice art that one's gone. And we also cleared the wreck downtown ten eastbound approaching sixteenth street. That is no longer an issue. There is a new wreck though to know about in Chandler that's going to be the two zero two Santana's found near almost cool road. You'll find him off on the right shoulder and seventeen. Southbound at sixteenth street. You got a crash off right there. This report sponsored by vital four men. What the energy back today to what you had ten years ago. Vital for men can help start with a free test. Go to vital for men dot com..

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"two dollars" Discussed on Download

Download

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on Download

"Because it. Knows everybody else wants to beat at its own game. So it's got to try to try to four fights. It's also it's a game of media chicken, basically, because I don't I don't think NBC launching their own service is going to really amount to much. It's this stuff is coming way too late. I look at like CBS all access which is a problematic service for many reasons. Mainly because I don't think you really get much aside from great Star Trek Star Trek discovery, which is very good. And you get the good fight. But really what else what else is going on CBS people really want to subscribe to watch. They've got more coming, but they launch the service before they have the content other than CBS reruns. I did watch a whole season of survivor on there. But that was just buoyant. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You your hand just slipped. But I've talked a lot of Star Trek fans who refuse to pay that is at ten dollars a month or so it's like between eight to ten I think ten without ads, but people who would normally die for Star Trek content or refusing to pay for the service. So at that point who are you who you really serving right by keeping this really, you know, a great show, a genuinely good show cordoned off on this thing that not many people want to pay for. I don't know what what is NBC going to have a Disney at least has like all their franchises. They'll be fine. I don't know how how many of these other services. Can you know survive the sort of thing, right? That's that's going to be a big test. Right. Is Warner media decides that they are going to do the Harry Potter TV show or something like that? Like will that be enough to get Harry Potter fans to pay for a service? And that's the eventually when you're paying for five services that calculation starts to break down. I think that's where I got to is. It's the extra. Two dollars a sucker because I'm on the thirteen ninety nine of on Netflix, just because I was traveling one day, and I wanted to download stuff and I'd already downloaded somewhere else before cage, crtv. So I'm paying for it. Right. And so it's not the two dollars for Netflix. Happy pay. I see as a contribution to the content of creating. But it made me question ever females some paying for because I when he was, you know, seven nine thousand nine whatever it was when the years ago. You kinda like to your point is a coffee, right? I'm not going to think about it that way, but I'm still paying for cable. I haven't cut the cord yet. And so now, I'm like, okay. So I have fire TV I have this. I you know, how many things I'm entering paying for and a lot of it. There's overlap right? So I might do a weakened in sit down and come to look at you know, is it worth just cutting the cord and Getty, bro, bend. But that's the big thing. And I think we discussed this once before on the show that for a lot of people that rely on high speed internet like a gig like coming to to the office. His bundled din. You don't see if you try and get away from the TV, then is when they really really Skyrock ever prices and make you pay for it. So yeah, I will have to do some math and figure it out. But I agree with we what was said that the content that you getting from Netflix is still were why the extra two dollars. It'd be interesting to see what happens when when people comes in being an apple home when it comes to devices we mostly use kid and so forth. A being drawn into see what what we we will decide to do the other stories in the streaming area that I went to mention his just this week. We had this kind of like you could see the whole thing coming. It was like watching a car crash in slow motion. I've mentioned a bit of an own goal in the tech industry. This is what I was talking about Roku had somebody on their Twitter support staff who was asked about info wars and said, oh, yeah..

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"two dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Morning is two dollars and twenty cents Kevin reviews. Ninety six point five WDBO. Here's a follow up since we learned the Florida house is again considering a Bill allowing concealed carry on college campuses. A state rep from Altimonte spring says we shouldn't fear debating it. I am in favor of discussing that issue. There's no companion Bill in the Senate yet. But if there is one it will likely go before the judiciary committee, which is headed up by state Senator David Simmons. He says if you're authorized to concealed carry and you work for a university, then you should be one of those persons that I don't think people are concerned about. About since gives the example of a female professor heading out to a university parking lot late at night and getting attacked. I believe that she should be able to have a concealed weapons. Dill many people oppose the idea including the teacher's union. United faculty of Florida, Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. The Orlando utilities commission wants to make solar power a bigger part of their future. Oh, you see wants to increase solar solar-powered to their grid by six times the amount they're using now that would add one hundred megawatts of electricity enough to power twenty three thousand customers. But when there's cloud cover solar energy production can drop by seventy percent. Just a matter of seconds officials at the Orange County jail or vaccinating the facilities entire population after four inmates tested positive for hepatitis A. Corrections officials reported two thousand six hundred inmates at the jail Wednesday and said in a statement that incoming inmates were being given the option to be vaccinated or not it wasn't clear if the four inmates that tested positive contracted hepatitis A at the jail. Or had it when they arrived one of the four was actually released from the jail yesterday. Hepatitis A is a virus that affects the liver symptoms include jaundice, fever, diarrhea and stomach pain. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. It's highly contagious. Have a is. And with everybody being in close quarters. They're in jail. I would think that would that would be a place where it would spread rampantly. It's five thirty five. You're listening to Orlando's.

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"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"two dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"See I was adding two dollars the bellboy pocketed. That's that's out of the equation here. I I'm adding the three they got back to come up with thirty. If you're trying to come up with the price of the room three men times nine equals twenty seven minus the to the bellboy kept equals what the twenty five dollar price of the room. But see all I have to do is add two dollars when I should have. Subtracting two or adding to when I should have been adding three, and frankly, I can stump CPA sometimes for an hour. Isn't that amazing? Well, why do I bring this up because those same CPA's and tax attorneys as I teach advanced continuing education, I'm asking them. So why do you recommend to your clients that they sock away money in traditional IRA's and 4._0._1._K's well because you have one hundred hundred dollars working you get to use pretax money, and that will grow to the mouse. And I go, you know, what you don't choose investments based on which ones grow to the most you choose a retirement investments based upon which ones generate the most at the time in life. You're going to be using the money the most net after subtracting taxes and inflation, see it's like the fisherman's riddle. They're adding up there telling you. Our clients to choose the best investments based on which one adds up to the most they're adding without subtracting. They should have been subtracting the effective taxes and inflation when they do that they realize there is no difference between a traditional IRA and 4._0._1._K and a Roth IRA or 4._0._1._K if tax rates stay the same. But they go. Well, we've always told them that they'll likely be in a lower tax bracket when they retire, and I go so does your client really believe that do your clients really believe future tax rates are going to be lower. No, do they think they're going to be the same. No. How many things are going to be higher one way or another and they go, well, they do and they're actually in his higher tax brackets when they retire is when they earned money, even if they have less income, and I asked the CPA's why is that? Why do schoolteachers have as much in tax liabilities or as high or higher tax bracket? Even if they have less income in retirement, it's because they've been going down the highway with one foot on the gas pedal and the other foot on the brake pedal. And they didn't know they were doing it. They were killing their deductions along the way, they were deferring deferring and thinking they were going to be in a lower bracket, and then they killed their deductions with one foot on the brake pedal, they pay off their house, and and the kids are now gone, or if they're not gone you can't deduct him anymore, and they're not contributing in retirement to IRA's 4._0._1._K's four zero three Bs tax sheltered annuities and congress keeps raising taxes because they keep spending too much money. And so they're not in a lower bracket. So if you're a good fiduciary, you're supposed to look after their best interest was it in their best interest to defer, defer. And now have you tell them to take out money when they're in the highest bracket ever. And now, you're like, well, okay. We'll just take out. Our MD's required. Minimum distributions. I'm going. Why do you do that? That's that's just stringing out the inevitable. Well, what could they do better? I go they can get the money out the taxes over and done with sooner than later in the room. They have before they hit the next tax threshold in any given tax year. You're not doing them any favors. Does. They take out the minimum, even if they don't need the money, and all of a sudden they start getting any Piff unease in our house, and they realize oh my heavens. I've been advising people wrong. I go. Well, maybe it wasn't wrong. But it wasn't the best. It was maybe good advice. But a far cry from the best advice. Now, you know, the best advice go out and tell them. Well, I'm a little bit ashamed to tell them that there's something better than what I've been telling them to do. And I said do you want to tell them, and you want somebody else to tell them, folks? I hope this riddle help you understand you want to choose investment and retirement. Strategies that will add up to the most of the time in life. You're going to be needing the money the most and be immune from taxes and inflation and market volatility. Okay. If you wanna come and learn how to do this. That's why we teach these in depth educational events there titled retire by design. They are half day events it never ceases to amaze me how many people will plan their summer vacations or a weekend at a national park more than.

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