35 Burst results for "Two Hundred Thousand Dollars"

American gunmakers help Ukrainians fight back against Putin

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

American gunmakers help Ukrainians fight back against Putin

"American gun makers are helping Ukrainians fight back against Russia's Vladimir Putin Adrian Kellgren family owned gun company in Florida Caltech was left holding a two hundred thousand dollar shipment of semi automatic rifles after a long time customer in Ukraine suddenly went silent after the Russian invasion he decided to send those four hundred guns to the resistance American people want to do something we we enjoy our freedoms we we cherish those things and what we see a group of people out there getting hammered like this it's it's it's a heartbreaking Calgary managed to cut through the red tape and secure a federal arms export licence in just four days Caltech hopes to arrange more shipments in the future if people think this is too overwhelming too much turning it off you know that's one therapy you can do the other one is is action Kellgren says Ukrainians are holding off a super power and the X. factor isn't necessarily what equipment you're holding it comes down to the will to fight I'm at Donahue

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Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses

"You probably know usually the broadway league releases figures every monday about box office grosses. They're not releasing those this year. They they've said stuff about like well you know plays are staggered is not the same. Also there's There's reduced reduced shows for a lot of shows. Not everybody's doing eight shows a week so we don't know i do know that waitress that the night it opened they did make an announcement that waitress itself had broken All the previous broadway records for single performance ticket sales. They made it almost two hundred thousand dollars in ticket sales But besides that all when i was at passover tusa empty seats When i was at hagerstown. I didn't see a single one and i'm sure that last night i think the odds are very good. That every seat was filled last night. They would have been sold out all the people who wanted to be part of that history. How it will continue that way.

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The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker

Crimetown

01:51 min | 10 months ago

The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker

"When we walked in the door. I could not believe it. This place looked like it was from another time period retired community. College instructor sue sutton was a teenager in the mid sixties when her family moved to concordia kansas zeus father took her and her sister to the local bank to open bank accounts but when she walked in. She couldn't believe what she saw. The bank tellers were separated by bulletproof. Glass there were spikes. There were electrical wires running over the top of the partitions. It seemed over the top for local bank. Small five thousand person town in the great plains. Even the employees were expected to protect the bank. There was a shotgun behind the door and everyone who was in employee was encouraged to take target practice on their lunch hour down in the basement the bank. So why was the small town bank so intensely on lock. These modifications all came about because of the bank robbery that took place in nineteen thirty two eighty nine years ago this week on the morning of july twenty six nineteen thirty to a gang of bank robbers walked into the cloud county bank and concordia kansas and they walked away with more than two hundred thousand dollars without firing a single shot and the legendary mastermind behind it all the notorious avocado ma barker ma

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Rep. Cori Bush Willing to Spend $200k on Security But Insists Defunding Police Still 'Needs to Happen'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Rep. Cori Bush Willing to Spend $200k on Security But Insists Defunding Police Still 'Needs to Happen'

"There was a time when i would have. You told me a prominent republican or democrat or independent. Any political party would stand on the steps of the capitol and say i'm entitled to hundreds of thousands of dollars of police protection but not you. We needed to defend your police department. I give you congresswoman corey bush from missouri. I'm gonna make sure. I have security. Because i know have had attempts on my life and i have too much work to do there too many people that need help right now for me to to allow that so if i end up spending two hundred thousand if i spend ten ten ten dollars on it you know what i get to be here to do the work. So suck it up and defunding. The police has to happen. We need to define the police. Put that money into social safety nets because we're trying to save lives represented corey bushes walk. She woke now. I'm not woke. I'm hoping to be wide awake. I wonder if bill is woke. Hey bill suck it up. You want to defend the policemen give congresswoman corey bush. Private police protection. What do you think bill. Well if you jump on my soapbox for million. If i can't go ahead climb up there you span two hundred thousand dollars a tax payers to protect yourself and put your life on the line because you're more important than let's say mr dunn who really deserve protection but didn't get and you put your life on the line but you've got security between you and the threat pre. Tell me where you have been threatened with your life word. y'all okay. i'll pay for the police protection. She got a mouse in her pocket. You and i are paying for her police protection

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Co-Founders of Hivemind CRM Discuss The Future of Marketing and Lead Generation

REI Branded podcast

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Co-Founders of Hivemind CRM Discuss The Future of Marketing and Lead Generation

"Anthony you you've been in lead generation for fifteen years How do you see. Have you seen things kind of progressed. And what are the advantages. Now of technology brings you didn't see perhaps fifteen years ago. I think now more than anything is i mean. Think generation in marketing has been the same right whether that's on facebook or google. Any of the the big ones continues to be the same. The cost is going up as a market becomes more saturated so This thing in five or ten years. It's going to be more competitive. Ads are going to be more expensive to run a group on facebook right so with that being said we had to think of a way so that you know in twenty years maybe your marketing costs might not be might be efficient to run these types of ads anymore. How can we make something like this. Eternal with. i've heard these gurus right on these clubhouse in these other types of apps where they get on they'll say hey you know. My marketing budget is a hundred thousand dollars a month or two hundred thousand dollars a month for marketing for them to be able to sustain the real estate company with a hive. Mind of the bigger. Your team gets right because you affiliate program where you add people. Crm and we pay you monthly for it so the big team that you get a and you teach them to do exactly what we're doing and we can teach them as well. Your marketing costs actually go down day by day. So right now i mean. I'm about ready to turn all of my marketing efforts for my own personal self. Just run ads for my team members. Now so not only is my marketing cost plummeting. It's going down to zero. So now i'll be doing jamie deals. Fifty fifty deals with more and more people as time goes on so the more deals that i'm doing. A marketing costs are not going up. They've actually flatlined two zero. So that's kind of where we're headed From where we were to where we're headed now. So without the hive mind just more expensive to do marketing.

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How This Investment Could Change Your Kid's Future with Christy Wright

The Rachel Cruze Show

01:44 min | 11 months ago

How This Investment Could Change Your Kid's Future with Christy Wright

"The other day. My friend told me the story. And i was like what's so. He said that his mentor years and years ago said to him. Hey are you investing for your kids future and my friend at the time didn't have kids and he was like no i don't have kids in. His mentor. was like listen the earlier. You start saving for your kids and their future. The better off. they're going to be. You're going to be because he knew little something compound interest so he kept asking my friend over and over for like two or three years. Hey have you opened up an account for your kids. Hey have you account for your kids like no no. No no no and finally has been towards that okay. Listen i'll match whatever money you put in. I will match you. Because i want you to start investing for your kids future. So whether you've been in two thousand dollars i'll match it or put in two hundred. I'll match it but i wanna help you because i want you to be motivated to do this because you are going to be so. So thankful well. He finally took him up on it one day and he said okay. I'm gonna do this so with little. He was doing neck and fast forward. You guys almost two decades each of his kids when they turn eighteen. He hands the accounts over to them. And these accounts you guys had over two hundred thousand dollars in them just because he started so early and was consistent. I mean is that not insane. That is so so crazy and the great thing is they're able to use that money some use it for schools. Some of them used it for their wedding or they use it for down payment on their first home and guys that is the power not just con- insurance but the power of changing your family tree thinking so far ahead because it is crazy which is five hundred dollars. Thousand dollars can do over the course of eighteen

Hellmuth Sweeps Negreanu to Win High Stakes Duel II

The PokerNews Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Hellmuth Sweeps Negreanu to Win High Stakes Duel II

"Jeff let's breakdown some poker news and let's start right with the biggest story that happened last night. We actually postpone this episode one day so we could talk about this. And that is the high stakes dual round three while right. It's round two. but match. Three between daniel new infill. How news hellmuth had won. The first two he was looking to sweep agron you negroni was looking to have some redemption and save some face by finally defeating defeating how this was four. Four hundred thousand dollars in two hundred thousand dollars apiece and what happened man. I i mean it's just incredible. It's just this The phil hummy train continues to roland. Nobody can can stand in front of it. He sweeps antonio's fan. Dra wins through straight against him for fifty k. Person for one hundred k. Person for two hundred k person antonio loses his right to challenge fill chooses to stay stool. Boom we move on to high stakes tool to daniel Steps in the with all this heads up experience now after playing doug hold time and time and time again and cash none go but still negroni. The heavy favourite hell me wins round. One person how swings round to one hundred per cent and this week. Helmuth wins round three for two hundred k. A person it was almost the same script. Chad like we saw for the first couple rounds of high stakes tool to mcgraw nude jumping out to an early lead in super deep stack. Play mirani clearly at the edge. I think phil would tell you that as well so ground who had the lead helmi fought back. I think that you can say again. That helped me to get hit in the head by by the deck for sure there were plenty of times flop trips turned trips etcetera etcetera. Now with that said two things number one they got it in kings versus kings negroni one number to fill in one of the biggest parts of the night fairly early on when absolutely ham with eight. Three of clubs against niagara new and his deuces in agronomy saw something in phillips like he had a reader attell. That was weak. But phil followed through on this crazy blah. Ns got through so there's no doubt about it as an agronomy said at the end of the match. That phil hellmuth deserve to win. That he deserved to win high stakes stool to and that four hundred thousand dollars three hundred fifty camp profit. Well-done films what were your thoughts five betting five bedding with a after a suited like. Let's give this man some credit. I've been saying it for a long time. I'm a film fan even did antonio's family oury three in sweep. He got a ground. You want to three main. When when's poker will start giving him some of the credit that he deserves. And i like. We talked about in past episode. It was a win win situation as far as story lines. Go by a. I think this is a feather in the cap for helmut for sure and in kudos to you for pain him to complement and You know saying he deserved to win. It makes me wonder where this leaves. Negra new I listened to him on the debt. Khokar podcast every week. I love it. It's a great show how they recommended and in that you know even admitted that he's he was a little rattled by being beat the first two times and now he's been beat three times in who says he's playing the best poker of his career right now all the studying that. He's done the solver work and he's put a lot of Of working to his game but he's not seen the results agency a year in the helmet high stakes dwells. You didn't see it during the. Us opened in against doug elk so man. It's one of those things like you can be playing the poker of your life but this is a game where results matter say. Don't be results oriented but it does matter you could be the best. Ufc fighter as far as training goes in in pound for pound strength. But of you're not winning matches you are not a winner in in the ufc so in poker you have to be winning as well to be to be a winner in into gronya. Hasn't been doing a lot of this far now. I did say this tweeted it in. Negroni tweeted back. Saint he agrees. I think between the wpa summer online bracelets which are slated to start in one week. We'll be recovering them for focus and the full schedule in the fall between the live and online versions. I think you is going to win a bracelet. at least one race at and he's gonna find number seven. I think it's long overdue. I do think he's playing extremely well. And i think that that's going to happen. I hope it happens. Because i think he might need that. Sort of a boost. He needs a win under his

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PSG.LGD Sweep Evil Geniuses, Win WePlay Esports AniMajor

Esports Minute

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

PSG.LGD Sweep Evil Geniuses, Win WePlay Esports AniMajor

"Start with the, we play and a major for Dota 2 out of Kiev Ukraine. PSG town would end up in the grand finals against Evil Geniuses, who fought hard through their lower bracket bouts ironically during these six four major EG was the one to eliminate PSG. From the upper bracket before they placed third in that tournament this time, it would be a different story for PSG as they blew out EG and game. One of the best of five key would come back and try to keep it competitive. But alas they were no match for PSG as they get Suite. 300 s p, s g, Town becomes the, we play Anna major Champs they take them two hundred thousand dollars at the $5,000 price wise was five hundred pro circuit points in the second major of the Season. PSG Talent is the second-straight Chinese team to win a major after Mortals one Singapore earlier this month. Here

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Colonial Pipeline Hack Raises Concerns About Threats to Energy Sector

WSJ What's News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Colonial Pipeline Hack Raises Concerns About Threats to Energy Sector

"As we reported this morning. Ransomware attack led to the shutdown of america's largest fuel pipeline. The fifty five hundred mile colonial pipeline transports forty five percent of the fuel consumed on the east coast. According to the pipeline's operator. The full impact of the attack is still unclear. But it's already raising concerns about the vulnerability of us energy infrastructure. Joining me now from houston is wall street. Journal energy reporter colin eaten. Hi collin thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so call him. Bring us up to speed. What do we know at this point about the attack and how it was carried out. The fbi confirmed that a group called dark side hacking group. They're ones that carried out this ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline. There believed to be an organized hacking group out of eastern europe in the in the former soviet block and they have this new relatively new strand of ransomware that they've been using to target victims and demand ransoms that are typically between two hundred thousand dollars and two million their new and they've sort of quickly grown. They've establish ebb this reputation as being organized. They have this code of honor that prevents them allegedly from targeting schools and hospitals and groups like that so they're a little bit different but they're believed to be behind this attack that's led to colonial pipeline to shut down for the next several days and we should mention that dark side hasn't directly mentioned the attack on colonial pipeline. But it posted a statement on the dark web claiming its goal was solely to make money at also denied it was connected to a foreign government

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Queen's Cousin Accused of Willingness to Sell Kremlin Access

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Queen's Cousin Accused of Willingness to Sell Kremlin Access

"There's fresh controversy for Britain's royal family an investigative report by Britain's Sunday times and channel four television says prince Michael of Kent queen Elizabeth's cousin was willing to use his royal status for personal profit and to seek favours from Russia's president the undercover investigation saw reporters posed as investors of a nonexistent south Korean gold company the seventy eight year old prince Michael allegedly told them via zoom that he would give their company his royal endorsement for two hundred thousand dollar feet a business partner also reportedly told the fake investors Michael could be hired for about fourteen thousand dollars a day to make confidential representations on their behalf to Vladimir Putin describing him as her majesty's unofficial ambassador to Russia his office says Michael earns his own living to a consultancy company that is run for over forty years adding he has no special relationship with Britain I'm Ben Thomas

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Should Australia Vaccinate Incoming Travelers?

Coronacast

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Should Australia Vaccinate Incoming Travelers?

"Is the ideal situation for how we manage incoming travellers because we do have people coming in and we've got to manage them somehow. How should we be doing it. Personal communal talk about by personal opinion is something we've been banging on about for months now. In corona cast immunize. Australians overseas Vaccine to the consulates and to the embassies even it's astro because people pay to get back and get them immunized and that will reduce the risk of transmission that we we seem to be struggling to even vaccinate people here in australia. Should we really be sending dice. Say yes because the risk to australian comes from overseas and if you can reduce that risk that's what you should do above all else so what we're talking about thirty forty thousand. Australians overseas. we're talking about getting to a target will in fact the government's not setting targets but when the where it was two hundred thousand dollars a day so it's twenty five percent of one days doses overseas. And you get people immunized and you reduce the risk and we've got dr from the uk at least for the pfizer vaccine that after the first dose of the vaccine you reduce the transmission risk by seventy percents of asymmetric infection and after an it's over eighty percent after the second does and that study of came out of the united kingdom so it works and that's a very significant reduction is not zero but it would reduce the risk and hotel quarantine or my even limit eliminate the need for hotel quarantine. Two people could go home

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Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

Optimal Finance Daily

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators

"I think the main reason people seem amazed at the idea of retiring at age. Thirty forty or even fifty is the lack of real information on early retirement. In general if you type retirement calculator into a search engine these days and enter some stats about yourself. You will find some very strange assumptions. That are guiding you to think you need an absolute load of money to retire for example. I was once working through such a guide in a magazine from northern. Trust a bank that caters to the wealthy. It went something like this. Consider your goals for retirement. What life events do you need to be prepared for. The following table lists average cost children's and grandchildren's university education. A hundred thousand dollars per child children's and grandchildren's weddings twenty five thousand dollars. Assisted care facilities a hundred thousand dollars per year. Medical costs funeral arrangements. Twenty five thousand dollars trust funds for loved ones esteem and legacy planning and charitable foundations. 'wow looks like you're well into the millions before you even get to buy yourself some groceries. Another retirement calculator on cnn. Dot com has various parts to fill out dropdown boxes pre filled with hand values like retiring at age sixty five and needing seventy percent of your maximum pre retirement income constantly for the rest of your life. The drop down box with seventy percent in it did not even offer a value lower than forty percent. This percentage of income concept is one of the most anti mustache ones out there if you make two hundred thousand dollars per year just before retiring this experience. Corrupt you so much that you need a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year for the rest of your life or is it possible to maintain the same luxury standards of a person who has a merely comfortable income like forty thousand dollars per year. This goes back to the ideas of the get what you need posting. I made recently and that is why not go for maximum happiness rather than maximum consumption. I propose that maximum happiness is achieved at a spending level where you live in a comfortable space. Eat healthy foods and get to do lots of active and stimulating things with friends. That doesn't have to cost a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year or even fifty thousand dollars per year for most of us the other assumption they push on people is a very low rate of savings they assume you will less than the annual limit on 401k contributions. And don't say much about what to do if you save more than that which the high income person mentioned a few paragraphs ago could certainly do so these banks and mutual fund companies will continue to tell you that you need millions of dollars to retire because it benefits them for you to invest your money with them. Luckily it's a harmless bit of tom foolery since the saving benefits you as well but the disservice they do is in scaring people out of dreaming to save faster or to think about much shorter time horizons like tenures instead of just plain old age. Sixty five so. I'll give you a quick retirement calculator of my own adult couple with no kids or whose children are. Grown can live very comfortably on forty thousand dollars per year and retirement. My own family lives very comfortably with one child on somewhere. In the twenty seven thousand dollar range you can shoot higher or lower depending on what level of luxury water pursue twenty. Two eighty thousand dollars is a good absolute maximum sane range. But if you don't want to calculate everything out just go for forty thousand dollars and figure out how to make your savings produce that for you for a single person. It might be difficult to slice in half because you lose some benefits from sharing a house in car but you can come close to quick early retirement budgets number one in early retiree couple lives on thirty thousand dollars per year. Earning five thousand of that combined in part time luxurious post retirement careers. The remaining twenty five thousand dollars per year is generated by their savings. Six hundred and twenty five thousand dollars of total savings are required to generate this amount of passive income using the four percent rule number two an early retirees single person leaves on twenty five thousand dollars. Earning ten thousand dollars on his or her many career. Fifteen thousand dollars per year is required from savings which calls for a nest egg of about three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. I'm working on some much more detailed and exciting sample budgets using real numbers for my own spending experiences before and after retirement

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Kylie Jenner Requests Donations To Pay For Stylist's Surgery

Pardon My Take

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Kylie Jenner Requests Donations To Pay For Stylist's Surgery

"My other who's back was kylie jenner. Once favorite card dashing was in the news. Her personal hairstylist. Had to get brain surgery needed like sixty thousand dollars and kylie jenner. A billionaire was nice enough to post on her story to go fund me for her personal hairstylist. Sixty thousand dollar surgery and she herself donated five k. Good for her. We wouldn't have ruckers at hit. We would not personally match kylie. Jenner's five thousand dollars. And i think that kylie can probably make the case that the exposure that she gave the go fund me via re tweet was probably worth. What two hundred thousand dollars. Is that kind of going right. So really her. Her hairstyles owes her Would that be a one hundred forty thousand dollars so she should expect an invoice for this. So she's just you know she's training for all the reasons

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Dealing with the costs and operation of hospital pensions

The Hospital Finance Podcast

08:38 min | 1 year ago

Dealing with the costs and operation of hospital pensions

"Many hospitals have pension plans one variety or another however managing. Pensions can become a complex financial task. That many hospitals are not equipped to address internally joining me today. John lull a partner actuary at october three consulting and an expert in benefit and compensation issues with a particular focus on retirement benefits. John is here to help us understand more about how to deal with the costs and operation of hospital. Pensions john. welcome to the show. Thanks very much mike. I'm really happy to be here. I know this problem. We seems like an unusual topic for you and your listeners. But i think we're gonna make the connection for them quite well. Yes is sort of the other side of the house when it comes to ospital finance. It's not necessarily the revenue side. But just as important. So i'm really looking forward to the discussion. John let me start off. Many hospitals still have pension plans. And they come in two varieties as you explained it to me ongoing plans and frozen plans first. Let's talk about hospitals that have an ongoing plan as these are more rare these days What benefits would they get from continuing to maintain a plan. And how can they afford to run them. Mike what you say is absolutely true. They'll probably at this point only about two to three hundred remaining ongoing hospital pension plans left. That said those hospitals have them for the most part doing well financially and they're fully committed to continuing them if they were going to freeze them or completely get rid of them by now They would have done that already. So the ones that are left really have made a commitment to continue them. why. I think what we've learned. Is they see them. As a competitive advantage particularly from a human resources perspective it gives them somewhat of an edge in recruiting talent and in retaining talent and may simply view the cost of those plans as part of their total labor costs so some of them might choose to reduce labor costs in ways to compensate but a number of them have looked at this issue fairly carefully and they say that by decreasing unwanted turnover more than make up for the costs of the pensions and when they design them carefully. He's plans give them an opportunity to have what. A few of our clients are calling supercharged for a one ks. So let me explain that. With an example if for example you are recruiting a new head of. Let's say orthopedic surgery and you tell that person they can have something like their current 401k. But with the deferral women which right now is around twenty thousand dollars that might be five times as large or even ten times as large as it is. Currently that has a lot of value to them so put differently rather than being able to save twenty thousand dollars on a tax favored basis. They can save two hundred thousand dollars a year on a tax basis. That really does have a lot of value would add value to them that they just can't get in other places another issue that's bothered hostile. Finance cheats about pension plans is the cost volatility. But frankly that can be controlled and in fact by the twenty twenties it should be controlled through plan design. That's great so let's talk about the other scenario Which are plans to their frozen. What are some of the issues. Hospitals run into and plans remain frozen and could handle better. Mikey right Lot of frozen pensions out there to pick yearly at hospitals and there's a reason that they exist hostile more than perhaps at any other industry or maybe there are several reasons but the genesis. This goes back many many years. Certainly to the one thousand nine hundred seventy in one thousand nine hundred eighty s. There just aren't a lot of hospitals out there that are truly new organizations. They might be reformed organizations but at some point the actual ospital facility the hospital inc. Even if it's been reformed from a business standpoint probably in most cases goes back to the eighties the seventies or even earlier and what we in in the employee benefits business know about the nineteen seventies in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s is virtually all employers gave their employees pensions. It was what you did back. Then it was an expectation the The sort of calculus between an employer and an employee in nineteen eighty-four example. Was you come to work for me and if you come when you're late twenties early thirties. You're going to make this year career. This is where you're going to spend your working lifetime and return for that if you're willing to spend your working lifetime with me. I'm going to give you this lifetime income. It's going to be related to the number of years she spent with me and how much i paid you but when you retire you are going to get this pension and it's going to pay you benefit for the rest of your life over time. The trend in the united states change. There are a lot of reasons for it that are for A different time in a different day to discuss but the fact is that organizations did begin to freeze these pensions So over time just as it happened in broad our industry more of these hospitals than not froze those plans the difference is and it seems to be very particular based on our research to hospitals. Once these plans were frozen hospitals. Treated them as if they were gone. In other words to use a kind of bad and use term from late night infomercials they went into set it and forget it mode. The problem that that causes is these frozen. Plans are not at all inexpensive to maintain and frankly the less attention that you do pay to them. More they cost. I guess that makes sense but that more so to speak is usually far more than the cost of having someone on staff to manage them. Once an organization does free a plan. It's goal should eat to terminate it in other words make it exists no more. So what the difference that we have here is if you have a plan that is frozen but not yet terminated. You are still required to administer. That plan contribute to that plan. Hey benefits from that plan and all those things cost money once you terminate it. You have given up all responsibility for the plan. You've taken all the benefits and either cash them out or sent them to insurance company and from your standpoint votes from a cash flow standpoint and from a financial accounting scam point. That plan is gone. It's almost like it never existed so that should be a hospital goal once. They've decided they're not going to provide these benefits anymore. Their goal should be to basically eliminate the existence of that plan eliminate the costs associated with the plan. Women ate what they probably view as the misery associated with a plan and to do that their plan should be two fold. It should be to get the to that destination faster and to get to their destination at less cost

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A Look Inside The COVID-19 relief bill Passed By Senate

TIME's Top Stories

05:15 min | 1 year ago

A Look Inside The COVID-19 relief bill Passed By Senate

"The senate passed a one point nine trillion dollar covid nineteen relief. Bill here's what senate by elena abramson the senate on saturday afternoon narrowly passed a one point nine trillion dollar cove nineteen relief package a key milestone for president joe biden to ink his first legislative priority into law the avalanche of federal dollars which clock in at approximately nine percent of the country's gross domestic product includes fourteen hundred dollar checks for middle and lower income. Americans extend unemployment insurance through much of the summer and provides seventy billion dollars to increase vaccine distribution and coronavirus testing. The bill was passed entirely along party. Lines with all senate. Democrats supporting it and all republicans opposing. This nation has suffered too much for much. Too long biden said in remarks from the white house on saturday. Everything in this package is designed to relieve the suffering and to meet the most urgent needs of the nation and put us in a better position to prevail starting with beating this virus and vaccinating the country. The house which already passed version of the bill on february. twenty seventh is slated to vote on the amended. Text on tuesday before sending it to biden's desk so he can sign it into law. Here is a look at six major components of the bill direct payments for millions of americans under the senate plan individuals making up to seventy five thousand dollars in couples. Making up to one hundred. Fifty thousand dollars per year are eligible to receive a fourteen hundred dollar check individuals. Earning between seventy five thousand and eighty thousand dollars and couples. Earning between one hundred fifty thousand dollars. One hundred sixty thousand dollars will receive some of that money but not the full amount. The eligibility thresholds are a change from the house's initial version which kept the threshold at one hundred thousand dollars for individuals and two hundred thousand dollars for couples senate. Democrats lowered the eligibility for the stimulus checks to get all democrats onboard after resistance from some moderates in their party. The decision means that an estimated seventeen million americans who received a check under former president. Donald trump won't get one under biden. According to a study from a nonpartisan institute on taxation and economic policy biden said on saturday that the government will begin sending the checks to eligible americans. This month extended unemployment insurance current federal unemployment benefits. Which a lot an additional three hundred dollars per week on top of state benefits are set to expire on march fourteenth. The senate bill extends the program through september sixth at three hundred dollars per week for households. Earning under one hundred fifty thousand dollars. The first ten thousand two hundred dollars of the unemployment benefits are non taxable to prevent surprise billing at the end of the year. These were also changes from the house version of the bill which provided four hundred dollars per week through all twenty ninth. The reduction in unemployment insurance in the senate version was implemented to ensure moderate senator. Joe manchin a democrat from west. Virginia would not break with his party. According to a democratic aide expanded tax credits for families. The bill raises the child tax credit for most families in the coming year by one thousand dollars to three thousand dollars per child. It's even more for families with young children. Many can receive credit of three thousand six hundred dollars for each child under age six. All of these credits are fully refundable and some researchers say these measures could potentially help cut child poverty and half funding for state and local governments and public schools. The bill delivers a three hundred fifty billion dollar cash infusion to state and local governments and one hundred thirty billion dollars to elementary middle and high schools to help them reopen safely. Local budgets have faced steep declines in revenue as businesses remain shuttered during the pandemic last september. The brookings institute estimated that state and local revenues would decline by one hundred fifty five billion dollars in twenty twenty one hundred sixty seven billion dollars in twenty twenty one and one hundred forty five billion dollars in twenty twenty two. The money for schools is designed to help them improve their ventilation systems. Hire more janitors and reduced class sizes to conform with social distancing protocols. Democrats argued that this money was necessary to save public sector jobs and enable teachers and students to return to classrooms without risking their health. Republicans said that the funding already allocated through. Last year's relief bills was sufficient and that sending more money the state and local governments was superfluous relief for restaurants. The bill includes traditional fifty billion dollars in assistance for small businesses including more than seven billion dollars for the troubled payment protection program and a break from previous relief packages. This bill provides twenty eight point. Six billion dollars in grant relief specifically for restaurants which have been particularly decimated by the pandemic

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Judge declines new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Judge declines new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse

"The judge has declined to issue a new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse Kenosha county circuit judge Bruce Schroder rejected a prosecutor's request to issue a new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse eighteen year old from Illinois accused of fatally shooting two people during a police brutality protest in commercial Wisconsin last summer the judge also rejected the prosecutor's request for two hundred thousand dollar bail increase prosecutors said Rittenhouse failed updated address as mandated by his bail conditions connection detectives who travel to the apartment on file found a man who said he been renting the place since mid December but his attorneys countered that he moved to an undisclosed safehouse after being diluted with threats he's been portrayed as a trigger happy white supremacist to tourney say he fired in self defense I'm Jennifer king

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Greg Elfrink - How To Create And Sell Your Own Media Empire

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

Greg Elfrink - How To Create And Sell Your Own Media Empire

"So when you're when you're seeing someone 'biocyte. I'm kind of curious because he's probably pointed to the seller. Sometimes it's a more of an advance or sorry. The buyer felt like an fbi site because they see the opportunity. Someone did all the hard work of creating the website finding the products. Maybe figuring out what's working what's selling what's not like. What are some things that you're seeing sellers do with a website that on empire flippers. Like are there certain things that they're looking for. Is it like that. where they're like. Oh they did all the work for me. I'm gonna pay for that because they can saved me years of work in heartache to figure all this out like can you know prep yourself for that in a way as a seller. Yeah you're asking. What can i do to help. A buyer seed at their web site. Is that shortcut. Yeah that in the motivations of a buyer yes so they can kind of sync up in the right spot and you know get the valuation yet. This is a very good question. Because i i always Both buyers and sellers so if you ask a seller like why are you selling your business like almost one hundred percent. The fans like i want money vic big vol but that's usually not the real answer right there. That's the superficial answer. Then you dig deeper. They're like oh. I want to do other projects and like okay. Let's dig deeper. You peeling back the onion a bit. eventually filed like. Well i want to focus on other projects. Take less than my time. Because i'm moving to this new house and selling this Business allows me to make this down baby in the house for my new family. And now you're getting to the emotional reason right. So whenever a talk to buyers and sellers say dig deep find out who the buyer seller is copywriting. One we all do like everyone listening to this podcast of the market price familiar with copywriting right but for some reason when you go to buy or sell busy like take the copywriting Just like throw it in the trash like. I don't need that anymore. Businesses success but like the buyer seller. Is your customer right like that is your customer. You need to think about their own motivation. So when it comes through selling thinking about a buyer we recommend Or at least i recommend the seller jagger our buyer persona content. So there's about six of them and they all very different motivations for example a newbie norm. If you've you know you're seller dealing with someone who is a newbie norm. Someone's brand new to the space like that doesn't necessarily mean they don't have business document or money they're just new to online business acquisition. They're probably going not have as much confidence. And so you're going to have to hold their hand a little bit more and that's okay For the seller. Payoff like yes. You might have to hold their hand a little bit more but when you give them a quality business you might have. Effectively changed their entire trajectory of their life in a positive way. Because like maybe knows just starting out and that's always going to be the biggest pool buyers talking to because there's always more people coming in right versus say like a investor yvonne who that would be more of your brand aggregate or someone who's raised millions of dollars to acquire businesses. Obviously their motivations going to be a lot different. And if you're a seller like say you're a amazon. Fda entrepreneurs does example works really well with And you have a one product business. So one hundred percent revenue comes from a single ecommerce product on amazon. Most buyers don't like that look at that and they're like darris seems soup. Exactly right like whoa. Because it's a two hundred thousand dollars of single skew like But an investor ivan. Not risky at all to them. They don't care. They'll buy one product businesses all day long because they raise millions of dollars. A your five hundred thousand dollar eight hundred thousand dollar. Even three million dollar one product business one hundred k. to them as long as it meets their other strict criteria cousin to them is not as risky. Because of all acquisitions are doing right. So this is these are important things to know as a seller going into who am i dealing with For things you can do before you ever sell is ask yourself like would i buy this business like just be honest with yourself would i like. Does this seem like a good deal. Why why does it seem like good deal. You start interrogating yourself. And if you're really honest with yourself There will probably be some answers. The actually seems like not a good deal away. Now i know. How do i fix it. Like how do i make this a good deal for myself right so you always like sellers are obsessed with evaluation for obvious reasons. There's a second. Part of selling a business called attractiveness so some sellers they'll be like Like say you're running this huge media site this You know michigan. Thirty thousand dollars a month affiliates. I and you have this bad ass team writers. Va's as all this all these systems and processes set up in the first thing the so as things like andrei increase my valuation by firing. My old team get rid of that expense. That's valuation boost right. But then the buyer cousin sees all the work that has to be done to maintain this business. He sees you working seventy hours a week. He's just going to discount. You're like hey. I'm going to eat iot. I'm going to hire a team. So i need this for a lower price because the net profit is going to be lower right so you almost get like no benefit for doing that. I always tell sellers like yes valuations imporant that think about. How can i make this business attractive as well. Now right now would you. Would you recommend people go and start a site from scratchers now. A good time to go. Try to find like a site that needs a little bit of love by the site. Flip it and make your multiple. Like what sort of path are you kind of recommending people. Go down if they want to get into this world. Yes so if you're just starting out. I probably wouldn't recommend buying I think it's good to get your feet wet with building. That is a long game. So you don't you don't need to build something until it's profitable. You should be building something to where you're comfortable with the system. So that's the important thing i always like. If you wanna go fast always recommend buying something and if you have some skills. I think it's really good to buy something. That doesn't look great on the outside or even on the inside right like you want to buy other people's problems it's very similar to real estate investing right like if you if i buy a house. That only has like cosmetic issues and smells terrible. No one wants to go in it right. I basically get the smell of discount by the south thirty thousand dollars. I painted to cover smell or whatever and now it's worse as sixty eighty thousand dollars. I just built all this equity for very little right so you. When you're buying it online business you want to look at it in the same way especially once you have skills now if your brand new buying online business. I probably wouldn't recommend buying too many problems because he probably don't have solve them if you're brand new to buy dot go like get this amazing deal because there's a site with us google penalty that's been banned from all its affiliate programs. Like you know you don't want to hunt for like the deal. You're almost always going to be better off buying a high quality business for fair value. Like that's always going to be better at least until you get some skills then you can look at doing this like discount. I call it by business. A discount right. You're looking for these problem of businesses problems like But that's what i recommend. So you wanna go fast. Buying is one hundred percent way faster than building because you already have all the data and you can do all this. Low hanging fruit stuff like cro on page optimization new content taking advantage of the high domain rating on the website. Right all of. You can't do your first starting out site ray like if you put The split testing software. Vw show up on your your ten page affiliates. I was one visitor. Burma like you're not going to change. You know you don't have a lot to work with yet. so

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Britney Spears fans call out Diane Sawyer over 2003 interview featured in new documentary: 'I want an apology'

Daily Pop

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Britney Spears fans call out Diane Sawyer over 2003 interview featured in new documentary: 'I want an apology'

"The fallout from the britney. Spears documentary keeps getting uglier. Justin timberlake was under fire but he is not the only one. Diane sawyer is feeling the heat as well documentary framing brittany featured. Some of diane's exclusive interview with the star from two thousand. Three and fans are outraged. They're saying. Dan owes an apology for grilling her about justin. And whether she's a bad role model for young girls. Here's a clip. He's going on television. Pretty much said you broke his heart. You did something that caused him so much pain so much suffering. What did you do. Britney spears has upset a lot of mothers in this country starting with the wife of the governor of maryland. Really if i had an opportunity to to shoot britney spears. I think i would. Oh that's that's really trying to test a lot of people was pretty wide goodness all right. So there's so much to this interview in fact like after that whole terrible quote from the governor that said i could shoot britney spears diane sawyer to that was something along the lines of well. You've really you know. Made it very hard for a lot of mothers. Wasn't that bad is governor's wife. That's who needs apologize her up unless she's not here or anything like that. But that's what needs to apologize. Get up off. Diane's she's a reporter. She was at a man's world back there. She had to be tough and nobody asked him barbara. Walters apologize but nothing. I'm just i'm done. She had to be tough. 'cause he was week we wouldn't even know her name. Right now feels different. So say you're part because i like when this talk all that i looked up the interview and listen. I'm going to say it's a reflection of the times. It's how we attacked women at that time. It just the things that diane was allowed to say to britney without even a second glance is absolutely appalling. It would never happen in two thousand twenty one. I don't believe she pulled out. Magazine articles Showing brittany and about how she was sexy. And all these things brittany said jaylo does it. Christina aguilera does it. Is it a big deal. Because will you have the connection with the. It's all making her feel guilty on top of that. This is another question. She asked this twenty one year old. She said but you said. I've only slept with one person in my whole life two years into my relationship with justin and yet he's left the impression that you weren't faithful that you betrayed the relationship she's enquiring. How many people britney has slept with questioning her on her virginity on on her sexual relations. That is insanely inappropriate. What she was grown twenty one twenty two. She was grown. She gets grown questions asked at the time she was sixteen. That i would say okay. You a little rough. But she's twenty one years old. You just talked to my nieces. That's what you've been doing your. Sat results long doesn't matter ranger national television. You're asking this young girl to to tell you. All of our sexual secrets and intimate affairs of a relationship overly scrutinized at that time anyways everything she did. This is cobbled reporter year to get the information. It is up to you to answer. Not her publicist should advisor this. You get out of the hard question ooh brennan. Actually i will say handles herself really well. But i think diane sawyer i promise you i truly believe diane sawyer looks back at that interview and cringes bring something. Go through saying if i could do this over again. I would have. Maybe still grilled her but in a much more appropriate way. I think for diane sawyer. Look we have to remember. This was diane's thing. John was known as if you're a celebrity. And you're in hot water. You go sit with diane. Do the tough interview and if you get through it your career is back. Don't forget this is in two thousand. And three a year. After diana whitney houston in she spent two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year on crack. So you gregory speier's just gonna walk into diane sawyer interview and not be hit with the hard questions. It's a little bit much. It's like somebody saying. Oh i didn't know that howard stern was going to ask me about my sex life. I didn't know my family businesses. We're going to be out of mari povich. It's the town though. It's the town that diane takes with britney. Is it just brittany or does he take it with everyone that i can say. We have an we you. She asked whitney straights her face. Do you spend two hundred thousand dollars. We also cracked that one. I want you to feel guilty for your sex life. I want you to feel guilty for your sexual the way you dress. I want you to feel guilty for your responsibility to be this perfect positive as we received it. I don't think she meant that. I think she was just doing a job. That no one else would do. Because i don't know if i would ask brittany that. I don't think i'm that type of person that i can really ask the hard questions if somebody wants to be an open book. They can't be listening wearing the world now of reality. Television people talked about sex they. They'll they'll open the the open it up. They tell it on their own but back then especially a young girl like that to put the pressure on her to try to be the. We still put the pressure on people stars to be the perfect examples especially when they started like disney princess. And then try to move on to something older but she was twenty one at this point at this point when miley cyrus still got like a big backlash whenever she tried to become more sexualize. However we have let it

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"When you pass away this money goes to that person so it's really not for you it's for them you buy for your loved ones you care about thirty one picture taken care of after you're gone well with one of these benefits if you had to sign your life insurance policy you can now access part of your death benefit or you pass away so that's not so much for your beneficiary you can still use the life insurance policy while you're alive a lot of people say well there's yeah I just use the cash value of with that so I've always had that option well no you're not really using the cash value of the policy you're using the death so for example if you had a death benefit of two hundred thousand dollars you had this feature on your policy you could access a percentage of that two hundred thousand dollars every month to help cover these medical costs so we'll just make up some numbers you can use four percent of the death benefit four percent of two hundred thousand eight thousand dollars so that was what how your policy was built down hold the feature was and you have a health issue and you could qualify in the file the paperwork in the C. yes we're gonna celebrate the benefit they give you a thousand dollars this month then they would give you a thousand dollars next month and eight thousand dollars a month after if you use that eight thousand dollars each and every month in twenty five months you would have used up your whole two hundred thousand dollars you'll use the portion of it will make the number fifty thousand dollars over time and then he passed away the death benefit we're not part of the original policy was two hundred thousand you used up fifty thousand company would then pay any of our other one hundred fifty thousand your beneficiary as a so it's not so much about dying to get to use the benefits you could still use a while you're living so the question is what asked that we use to cover these costs well now one of the apps that you can use is your life insurance well I I deal with a lot of people who have for example expiring CD's and or another in new Eddie from from somewhere else it's coming due and the norm has been to you know just put that expiring CD into an annuity for a better interest rate a fixed annuity and in many cases these are what we call legacy assets it's money that you know you're not going to use you're going to pass that on to your kids you want to make it is as big as possible you want to keep it safe and it be it be nice to have it available to you if you do need it but probably it's going to get past that what we call legacy assets equity trust has a has a contract called wealth Max that's just one of the companies that we deal with to put a deposit you have a hundred thousand dollar CD coming due and you know you're seventy years old sixty eight whatever the the age may be to put it in one of these you get a death benefit and I don't have an illustration in front of me but it might be one eighty one ninety two hundred thousand that is paid to your benefit here I just wanna make sure I'm and make describing it right temp paid obviously to the beneficiary if you pass away and remember this folks life insurance benefits are tax free they're not tax deferred like an annuity tax free and they also though if you need that one hundred thousand back I believe you can get it yes yeah there's a that product ever return a premium feature so should you change your mind you know down the road you could get your money back ultimately if you're dealing with those legacy assets Brian you know you don't think you need the money so what's better to give your family member hundred thousand about a policy of maybe you're gonna give them a hundred and seventy thousand okay so that's taking care of that was easy worked its life insurance so it's income tax free so that's easy but now it's a couple years later if you bought this thing and that he gets sick well we're back to where we started how we gonna pay for us well you could use this policy or you could use your four one K. or IRA you can use any other assets to pay for it but the idea is using that leverage of life insurance you can get more money to your beneficiary and its income tax free and if you need the benefit you can use it as you said ahead of time you could use the whole one seventy one eighty whatever it is in pieces over time to pay for your care and a lot of people will have family members care for them too whether they whether they you know a lot of times people say well I I don't want to be a burden to my kids but your kids would rather take care of you then have you taken care by strangers at the if they can handle it so I think of it as a way of compensating them too because you're not spending your own money so you've got you know you're preserving this policy and then the bigger benefit will go to them tax free but should you need to use an in home health care and that's the thing folks this works with eight you don't have to just be in a nursing home it can be in home health care respite care adult day care all the things that we covered you can use these policies ahead of time the death benefit use it added tax advantage basis as we said which makes it even more attractive than pulling large lump sums out of an IRA and so forth and it's just an alternative parking spot for some legacy assets the more money that.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"**** dot twenty three hundred dollars I mean it's that's that's five percent of it the told mortgage yeah what's that got to do with anything I I've got I got it I got a loan that starts with the three Steve I got three point nine nine percent loan and and you know my rates three eighths of a point higher or two and a half percent that matters a lot and it's it's it's a ton of money it's ridiculous kind of of like question came from a listener yes somebody dies somebody dies and and you're gonna buy now hundred percent certainty death okay yep everybody's on a page everybody's on the page okay we're all gonna die or are going to die somehow I don't think you're going today I think yes buying a home after the death of a family member talk to me about what you do what you have to yes what you do is we just had a lady call who mother passed away they own a home okay and they wanted to sell the home to the sun okay so should be pretty straightforward it's a pretty straight for transactions so mom decided to give her half of the home it was two sisters mmamania okay mom passed away there were two sisters mama my gave it to both sisters so it's a two hundred thousand dollar home all right now everybody's like well I I want to sell the home to my son my great you can give him a gift of equity for your half she's like I don't want anything out of the home I want to give him my hundred thousand that and she was going around around a bunch of different lenders at a bank and at the at at online like this is simple transaction mom passed away right yes sorry for your loss mom leaves the home to you and your sister yes yes you want to sell the home to your son and your sisters okay what's selling the home to her nephew yes you each have a hundred thousand dollars worth of equity because mom didn't have a mortgage on the home okay yes okay great so you have a hundred thousand dollars worth of equity and your sister has a hundred thousand dollars respectively yes okay so just walking through the flow charting you can and you don't want any money on the house no but your sister needs the money yes my my sister leave their hundred grand to pay off the debt whatever fight so what we do is we write up a purchase contract for two hundred thousand dollar purchase from the sun will calling to him so Tim's buying the home for mom in the air okay mom is giving son Tim a gift of equity of her hundred thousand because she wants her son to start out the home and that's all in a reading it's on the writing so she wanted to sell the home for a hundred grand like you want to sell the home for undergrad gonna blow the property value in the area for everybody sell the hold for two hundred thousand dollars Tim gets a hundred thousand dollar gift of equity which is your equity portion from the well and Tim roles with a fifty percent loan to value because he's putting half down in the bank's size he's got a value of a home at two hundred thousand dollars and he's running with a hundred thousand dollar mortgage which is going to cost about five hundred dollars a month and he doesn't need the money and he doesn't what what No Way and he doesn't need the money the other guy right if the other at the other end it's a money his mom doesn't need the money I figured stuff out we're closing costs a temp basically walked into this house he had a job he had good credit he had assets but you have to spend to invest anything because it all came from mom see this is why you need to be in everyone's homes you can explain this stuff because it does make people's eyes glaze over it really does and death really puts less I lost my mom you know we it gave everybody's lost somebody think straight you don't care you got a lot of moving pieces you know there's a motion their stress at the family home the moms lived in for fifty years a lot of that goes into it and everybody gets all wound up and I'm just I just come in I just laid out and then we you know we walking through two three four five minutes and everybody's fighting wishes say you yell at your people you yell at me you don't yell at customer no no we talk loudly and know that it's a different definition of of yellow all right tomorrow night I will co host with Adam bearish a big variety show after Dave and I do the opening ceremonies and and then David I'll go out dancing together yeah I'll come back on to the opening ceremony I should say the variety show would burst burst gonna be on tomorrow what time is it what time is the show is is a variety show I don't even know of seven o'clock we got it okay local listings and then Saturday night starting at second city is coming over to give their sketch comedy thing in right before that would happen wait we are doing a team Hochberg sponsor the Blackhawks this year we're doing a shoot the puck during the convention where one person that goes the convention you have to be there Saturday night to shoot the puck we're gonna select somebody to win a thousand Bucks we have a placard they were gonna bring out a net give me cash at night we're gonna give the cash right there right then and there so you have to come to the team Hochberg booth in the convention center there we were all the sponsors are to register and we're gonna pick one person if you got a right you have to be there Saturday night you can't shoot the puck from Elmer's okay you've got to be in the ball room okay so if you register make sure you gonna be there I think we're going to do it around six o'clock on Saturday night actions yeah right before the second city skeptic at all day to register you've got all all day Friday if you go if you're gonna be there Saturday and all the Saturday hotel yeah perfect sponsored by that thank you David thank you I appreciate the opportunity I'm looking forward to and I'll see you tomorrow yes and phone yes that'll if you need help let me know not likely okay sponsored by hearing health center dot com here's Walter there is some good news in the news report this week mayor Lightfoot making good on her campaign promise to fix a parking ticket problem in Chicago too many tickets too expensive too much towing and boating she says wrong and undeserved parking tickets being stuck to our windshield by Chicago police having to meet a parking ticket quota of so many tickets a day or a week to make money for city hall which of course police officials and city hall are emphatically denying but mere Lightfoot if you can use an extra example of wrong an undeserved parking tickets I volunteer to show you a ticket stuck to my windshield at one of those thirty six thousand gladness parking meters around town I fit the meter and got a receipt saying the time is five forty five PM and that I can park legally until seven forty five PM that's two hours five forty five to seven forty five the police ticket on my windshield was issued at six forty five that's cheating me out of an hour and informing.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Sign shinning raised two hundred thousand dollars now the and dancing sign is over there my master have instead of what kind of woman that's kind of dancing and swaying her hips they raised two hundred thousand dollars from around twelve hundred individual donors in thirty two states are you okay with this yes because it's not my tax money it's private people privately donating but hammer I don't know I mean dancing is nice but a lot of people two hundred thousand dollars every late November we do the radio fun with the salvation army here at ninety three W. IDC and were pouring our heart and soul into this to raise around two hundred thousand dollars to feed and shelter people in Indianapolis this is an electronic check moving her hips and they were able to raise two hundred grand in thirty two states I'm with you I'm glad we didn't get taxed for this but it just it's interesting to me what people are willing to spend their money on like that money could be used for so much good here in the city why does it cost so much why don't I have no idea but they say that this money is going to make sure they got new technology to keep her dancing for a much longer time thank god thank are you okay with this Hooters is opening a family friendly restaurant called oops there's actually a couple of these exist already they're opening more it's going to feature male and female waiters who will not be weak wearing revealing clothes well as we used to say elected office I yield my time to the great man from beech Grove all right in my okay with hoots Hooters but featuring dudes and people not dressed in skimpy clothes producer Carl take a dump give me the music.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

13:54 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The real to the retailers two hundred thousand dollars worth of sales of beds and other furniture to texas detention center and again i mentioned the last hour they've sold to these detention centers before but for some reason some hot button is now beneficially pushed and these employees want to walk out some of you during the break has what how does it we retailer responding to this the company's leadership team responded on monday and i've got an ear whereas it saying that they would move forward with the order nothing's gonna stop them as a retailer it's a standard practice to fulfill orders for all customers and we believe it is our business to sell to any customer who is acting within the laws of the countries in which we operate i'd say that was pretty fair your fellow employees hold a wide range of opinions and perspectives and wayfair as a mass marketed brand is oriented deserve a broad and diverse customer base Yeah. So the, the employees say they're going to walk out. And they're also now demanding that Wayfair if they go through with the sale. Donate all of the prophets. estimated to be about eighty six thousand dollars to the refugee and immigrant center for education and legal services which is a texas based nonprofit which provides legal services to the legal alliens at very best we do not want to profit off of these sales one employee said additionally we wanna make sure that we have a system in place to prevent anything like this happening again like what happening again doing business it's amazing this order was placed by the government last week it's going to provide beds to children who are now approaching benun number where a number could be sleeping on the floors with quilts and blankets it's to relieve these children's of that hardship but the wayfair employees don't want anything to do with that they do not want these beds going to these children they say that they feel strongly that the company should not support the government's effort to detain migrants seeking asylum and i guess the feeling of the children be damned again the spokesperson for these employees said supporting racist policies for the right reasons still means you're supporting racist policy our attention our energy should be devoted to shutting the camps down not towards making them better the logic being applied here makes no sense and this again is the company that you as an employee if you happen to work there and i'm saying this just theoretically this is the company that supplies you with your bread and butter why would you take them down on the dirt like this why The picture. have you seen the picture i'm sure you have it's all over c._n._n. and m._s._n._b._c. this is going to be the battlecry picture for the twenty twenty election you will see the picture tonight no doubt in the democratic debates and we've asked you a question about that but daily buzz alaska it again i'm going to give you some results tonight or tomorrow the democratic presidential debates will kick off will you pay attention How you respond to that just out of curiosity. eighty four percent of you say no no you're not going no i wouldn't miss it for the world maybe that's just because i'm a political animal and maybe it's because i do what i do for a living but it seems to me why would you not want to hear this i mean you know where it's going to go but tonight this photo will be all over the place it's a haunting ugly reminder of the real dangers that many face when they try to cross into the u._s. the photo it shows with the media is calling a human toll of a crisis at the border that's often debated with as they say abstract statistics and detached policy arguments i'm quoting c._n._n. there what i'm talking about is the image of salvator and father and his daughter there lying face down in the water of the real grand and that's part of the u._s. border with mexico whose fault is this that's the game that's being played today the media the mainstream media the couple of talking head news channels you know who they are are blaming this directly on donald trump the blood is on his hands this is all donald trump's fault how is it donald trump's fault He's trying to do something to make sure that these things do not happen. he's trying to ensure safe border policy at a time when the democrats are trying to defend border security and you know the individuals at work on the border just don't take illegals into custody they say their lives wherein they're in trouble now the photograph was taken by a journalist whose name is julia louis duke she lives in mexico in the image you can see the young girl is tucked inside of her father's shirt her right arm slung around his neck they live near the shore both of their bodies obviously very lifeless the bodies have come rest near to come to rest near a riverbank where five discarded beer cans in an empty soda bottles sit in the tall reeds it's it's a vivid photo you know another beer can floats next to the girl's body this this picture is going to be drilled and your memory between now and every day leading up to the twenty twenty election it is going to be that propagandist call to action but this is all to be blamed on conservatives republicans donald trump When the real danger. that these people have to go through has been caused by one political party in this country called the democrats offering so much false hope and so much promise that is not legal to these people they put themselves voluntarily in harm's way to come here illegally Because they are told to come by Democrats. nobody's holding a gun to their head president trump is not issued a mandate throughout all of the central american countries saying come one come all our borders are open to you know quite the opposite is true but how can this be blamed on trump if he hasn't made such a demand hey come to us we'll take care of you know it's not his fault he saying don't come isn't he don't come you won't get in you've been fed a line of bull you know what don't do it don't put your lives in danger and now we have this picture of a young father and his infant daughter dead face down on the rio grande and all the blame being tossed on donald trump what say you about this what say you about wayfair and these employees that want to walk out for nine zero fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight this picture i'm telling you you're going to get sick of it because you're going to see it every day of the week from now until the election in twenty twenty jake you're on came j. welcome it's all yours i All right. Bye. How are you? I'm well, how are you? good thank you here's something that a lot of people in america are failing to realize and i include the wayfair employee's in this as well you know they're they're directing all of their i r- against donald trump he's just the president if people are they don't understand and i blame this on the schools they don't understand civics it's the conference who makes the laws and the laws are being enforced right now as they are written and if they don't like them they shouldn't be screaming at donald trump they should be screaming at their legislators they could be writing their congress people they should be protesting outside their offices president trump does not have the power or the to stop this he's just trying to manage it the best that he can based on the wall there are people i totally agree with you there are people out there who are vesting way too much power in donald trump that he doesn't have but in doing so that makes him easy to blame and what you're saying about you know people need another lesson in civics wow is that true i mean it's never been more apparent that so much has been missed in school by two or three generations in this country or just flat wasn't taught Yeah. point is that so why the waiter employees taking the stand and i think you already alluded to this a little bit they're saying that because of this horrible thing that's happening we so mad about it that we're going to we're going to make it even worse we're going to refuse to provide these kids with beds or the refugees whatever we're gonna call him with furniture and beds these basic amenities that you and i and everyone else takes her granted we're not gonna provide it to them because we're going to stand up on our principal so i mean really give me a break that's the way it reads to me this is exactly what they're going to do exactly what they're doing and it's pathetic and i they should be ashamed of themselves i don't disagree with anything you've said jay thank you well spoken four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight as we talk about these wayfair employees are going to be walking out next wednesday because their companies selling two hundred thousand dollars worth of beds for the children and at texas center for detainment and again there's there's precedent for this because the company has worked with the government before in setting up all kinds of furniture for these texas detention centers while these people are processed being processed but those aren't being processed you know they take their lives into their own hands as father and young daughter who drowned in the real grant and this is going to be the the symbol of all that is evil in the trump administration this picture when the democrats are solely to blame for what happened to this man and his daughter there's no to shakes about that valley came this man and his daughter because they were told that they could and that they'd be welcome and this is by an american political party that has boots on the ground in central america advising these people to organize migrate illegally Illegally. There's no other way to look at this. Jim welcome. You're on Cam. Jay. The person to blame for that grounding is that father and the Democrats are complacent. I mean, not complacent, but they're partially responsible too, because they want these people in here for future votes. And we'll when I will watch the debates tonight, because I want to see who can be the biggest Santa Claus. To give everything away. ever tug of war for that one i would never vote for any of these people but i wanna see what they're going to try to get into your pocket and my pocket and everybody else's to promise this promise that they gotta outdo each other because you know they're they're they're behind in the polls biden's the leader which boy i tell you why listen to last night what's his name comes on six o'clock he nailed biden so bad yesterday Mark in. he pointed out everything that biden did and and it was a list so i just thought i so that in that's fathers blame for that drowning and the democrats are are partially responsible too because they want them geared to get their votes in the future it's pretty tough to blame young father for the death of his daughter and himself and trying to find a better life but it was this young father and his daughter who walked voluntarily out of their country to answer these these propagandists calls by the democrats to come here the border will be open and you'll be welcome and you'll find a job in medical care and get an education all of that patently untrue our president has been saying that over and over again ad nauseam but for some reason the the message from the other side is much louder than that of the president and as a result people are dying and that is to be thoroughly expected with the type of numbers that are gaining entrance illegally into this country sir thank you four hundred thousand four hundred thousand haven't made it in in the last three months not wanna come in not are waiting to come in not sorta kinda might come in they have come in this is a huge problem so is it any surprise that you've got a father and his daughter her dan out of some four hundred thousand that have been trying to to make their way here i'm talking about four hundred thousand above and beyond the four hundred thousand forty made their way in because you know these numbers are getting larger the great thing is that they are finally being detained at the mexican southern border and our southern border and mexico is now deporting twenty five hundred a month back to the country of origin.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Tried to diversify. You said, I'm going to put one hundred thousand in the intrinsic value, high free cash flow strategy and one hundred thousand the s&p five hundred index the intrinsic value investment grew to six hundred thirty thousand dollars would have grown to six hundred thirty thousand and the s&p five hundred would have grown only four hundred thirty eight thousand two hundred thousand dollars less on an initial hundred thousand dollar investment. Now, let's say you have bad timing, a say this strategy started live on December third two thousand. You said I like it. I'm going to do it. And you put one hundred thousand in on December third two thousand seven what happened to us. An eight ROY we saw a minus thirty eight percent performance over the year and a fifty percents ROY down to March of two thousand so you would have lost a big chunk of money whether you were in the S and P five hundred or this, this strategy. I think he lost a couple of percent. Less hitting intrinsic value. However. If it would have made eleven point seven seven percent per year since inception through three thirty one thousand nine versus eight point two, four for the S and P five hundred. So even if you invested at the worst possible time, right before our worst stock market ever. He would've still made eleven point seven seven percent per year over that last eleven year period. So that's pretty impressive. Don't you agree? That's the reason you want to stay in the market through the bad times. Yes. And a lot of people would have panicked and sold or reduce their exposure, but that would have been a mistake. Most people did panic should've added not subtracted now, if you like making all your investment decisions, and you have a long track record of success, and you've already written out, your own financial plan to cover all your major contingencies for the rest of your life. They keep doing what you're doing. But if you don't enjoy spending your time monitoring your investments or you've made your share of investment steaks, or you just want somebody who's trustworthy, and can give you reliable guidance to help you chief greater financial success. Yes, please. Call singer wealth management at eight six six wealthy..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And when you get guys bitter farm and even even thousand acres. That's two hundred thousand dollars that they're that they're losing. Produce a crop. So. Chance you may join us. He's a former in southern Indiana. So I mean just explain a little more the chain reaction. So that okay, your your core. Your grain yield isn't anywhere near what it, what, what it should be. Now you go to you still got to try to sell what you have. We assume the farmer cells that at a at a higher price in the buyer of that sells it to the consumer at a higher price. And it just keeps on there. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, everything will go up because it's all supply and demand reaction. So all these tractors style, then that means the feel that we had and will go up because we're not using near as much of it, fertilizer, those inputs and things like that we'll probably go up because the fertilizer companies are also going to lose the money that chemical companies will also lose money and then it's also going to be on the back end. So even though we may lose money on corn. We feed corn to Cal the price of corn. Goes. Been there for now the price of everything else will fall. It, it really is a chain reaction. You know, the farm economy, really does drive just about everything else. So for you, you guys also do cataract to two hundred cattle. So what do you do you can't you can't afford the corn to feed him? So do you sell them? Do you give them away? What what's, what's your option? Dairy, we're, we're able to produce. Some hey and we do have some core, but there are a lot of like beef producers Hayes going to be sort again this year. So a lot of guys are just going to sell out there. They're just they just can't afford to, to keep producing. You know, the cattle and, and, and our, our costs are going to just continue to rise. Even whether it's dairy or fees, or, or any kind of livestock, forcing them anything, it's just going to continue to go up. So we're talking price of an on down the chain, like rock was saying beef and milk and pork, and it cetera et cetera. My mama's horses. I mean you know in. Hey, is from what I've been told you tell me it's going to be tremendously, expensive fifteen to bail. What's that? That, that's how I when winter comes around that's this things. He'll right? That's. I mean, I've heard of people, she's told me people will just kind of let their horses, go. I mean you know, because you can't afford to keep him anymore. Yeah. I it's you know in one thing with that is it, always it, always it always ends up being in a cycle. So it kind of crazy because I remember when we had the drought in twenty twelve and corn and beans, went to, you know, six and seven dollars, and your colon was at six or seven dollars and beans and thirteen or fourteen, and it wasn't until two or three years later because all the beef that you're going to eat six months. Very purchase. So we're not going to see the effects with the eggs and the meat and dairy and stuff and fill in a couple of years. And so good going to be like, well, formers are making a ton of money because he's prices are high, and it's just driving up prices. Well, you have to understand all that chain-reaction it takes that long for everything to get to the end point. Excellent point. All right. With beef hasn't been, you know, gone up now because we're, we're still feeding off of work beef prices were low a couple years ago. Right. But it will. Yeah. All right. With that GNC may. We'll let you go man. Thanks so much for us. Thanks guys. Appreciate it. So, yeah, if you were former wanna hear your source to just real curious, and I'd like to know especially if you've been in, in the farming industry for a long, long time. I kind of rank this year in terms of just being just washed out with rains is one of the worst Evers on the worst. And last twenty years, kind of I'd like to hear some, some calls on it. But now traffic..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The world is ending as a, every time a Scots Scots Scots characters and the trip cartoons. I see the world is ending and interest rates have come down to levels. We haven't seen in over twelve months rates are in the high threes again, low fours. So you might as well as, as everything is falling apart. Take advantage of these lower rates of, you know, we have dysfunction as everybody knows in Washington on both sides of the aisle, people can't get along and it's impacting the interest rates. The bond market has has been sliding downward, which is a good news for interest rates and interest rates are at, at, at the twelve month lows. So where we financing a ton of people. This is true of, of houses for personal property. I, I saw business for sale in my neighborhood, the building, they're selling it for two hundred thousand dollars. Somebody that like. In your mind. You go with that challenges. You it's great that you could buy building for two hundred thousand dollars. But you're gonna have fifteen to twenty thousand dollars in real estate, Texas. And that's what's driving. People out in the people down Springfield. And again, I'm not slamming the people in Springfield, or, or find county elected officials that Leo continue to raise taxes on us because it's easy to raise taxes instead of like, okay, listen you want to come to me, and raise my taxes. That's cool. Tell me something where you're consolidating government, or cutting government to make more formidable for a homeowner or anybody that resides Cook County to live in Cook County or in the state of what, you know, areas like homeowners are rich and homeowners. Are this. If you want to home, you, you're rich, but what people don't realize is sixty percent of the population own homes, which means thirty percent of the population are renting homes, right? And the people that are renting homes are renting the home from somebody that owns that home. That they're renting. Right. So if you keep drilling the people that own the home that the thirty some percent renting than the people that are renting are going to pay more in a monthly basis at it's simple math. And the thing is that people who are renting, I'll never be able to own either because they're paying higher higher around there constantly. It's like running a marathon on a treadmill, and you can't get caught up and one of the greatest. One of the greatest things I started doing after advertising for fifteen years in the radio is I started doing this year. Accumulation of what we've saved people. I've changed my head copy every single month. I just I just recorded the the new way ad today. The that'll start playing tomorrow..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Prizes. One for winning the million dollar masters tournament. Wow. In two thousand and two one for winning the battle of the decades in two thousand fourteen and then two million one hundred dollars during the ultimate tournament of champions in two thousand five. Two hundred thousand dollars for finishing third jeopardy in two thousand eleven the IBM challenge in one third of a one million dollar prize that two thousand nineteen jeopardy all star games. And then he won one hundred thousand dollars on million dollar mind game in two thousand eleven. So that's a, that's a lot of money and for for those curious million dollar mind game. Aired in two thousand eleven okay? And it was an adaptation of a Russian game called what where when? So it was a short relatively short lived game. They're hosted by Vernon Kate who was on ABC has back in twenty eleven okay hosted by who Vernon Kay. British she's British presenter, do not know Vernon Kay. He was. He had his own radio one show back in like from the mid two thousand to two thousand twelve and them here and there. All right. Well, there you go. That's our first one, and of course, Ken Jennings is next. We'll get to that. And we'll talk more game show, stuff here and tell you about how these people who want a lot of money on game shows. But we gotta break here on seven twenty W G and, and we'll return after this. Eighty two minutes just to cut away sock. Tonight's the socks in the nation's capital to take on the nationals. Game at five thirty. Jay have the first pitch at home to baseball, seven twenty WGN. Seven eleven has more drinks than times, you've been caught singing in your car and randomly extorting your brain combined. Choose from flavour-filled slurpy, and big gulp drinks,.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Home. You're living in. Yes is worth two hundred thousand dollars. Yes. Okay. Is it paid for its paid for? I wanted to get rid of because of memories. How long were you married? Twenty years. I'm sorry. So you guys you're going to sell your hundred thousand dollar house, and then what? Taxes and six thousand a year. I want your own vice. Just too much for taxes. Should I read toys? Downsizes? There for me. Anyway. So what would I do what I buy another haul off a mess money it vice? Well, if you rent long-term, you are paying taxes because you pay them for your landlord in the in the former end showing you don't really get away from taxes. They're always pass through Texas always pass through to the in consumer that's the mission Omer. And so anyway, the the thing I tell folks Tony is I mean sure, and I've been married thirty seven years, and if something happened to her I wouldn't be able to breathe for a little while it's been too much or still trying to breathe. Yes. And so I try not to tell people to try not to make big decisions. In the early days after losing someone because every day that goes by every month that goes by your the fog, and your brain clears up just a little bit more from grief like a year from now, your brain will be clearer than it is today. Does that make sense? Yes, it does. So if you have one hundred percent don't wanna come home to that house. I understand that. And you've made the decision you're going to sell it. I that's fine. Go ahead and sell it. What I would do if say in the name of making a good decision. I am going to rent for a year. I'm gonna take all the money from the house and just put it in a CD at the Bank, and I'm not going to touch it for anything. It's my house money. And then I'm going to spend a year as a renter and cry. Okay. And after that year. My brain will be working better from grief than it does today. And I'll know better I'll make a wiser decision on what to purchase and. Yeah, you're probably going to move down. You probably don't have the same needs that that you know, that you guys had when you bought that house originally. And so you're going to buy something cheaper. You might buy a condo. Or you don't have to fool with anything. I don't know what you're going to do any of that's fine. With me. You might wanna buy something newer. She don't have any repairs. I don't know you can just decide, but you don't have to decide that you can just park the money in a CD and rent something, go get you a little apartment and rent. That's a nice place. And it's just for one year..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Only spent one hundred grand on therefore giving you two hundred thousand dollars because after all your older sister. She got three hundred grand might the older sister, turn to you and say, wait a minute. If I had known you were going to do that, I wouldn't have spent three hundred grand going to college. I would have gone to an in state school too. So dad, it wasn't fair that you didn't tell me that you see my point in an. Effort to be fair, you're gonna quickly discover that life isn't fair and people will begin to get upset because it is in their nature to be upset. I can't begin to tell you the stories that we hear from clients who are dealing with family members family issues. There's the client who gave over a million dollars to a sibling only to have the sibling angry that it was only a million dollars versus the other client who has a wealthy sibling never got a nickel and is upset over the fact that he never got nickel though. It's sometimes you just have to shrug and say you just can't win. So the only thing I would suggest is open communication and to ideally do this from birth saying to your children as soon as rolled enough to understand the words. Your mom, and I have set aside X amount of money for your college education. You are welcome to use any or all of that. Whatever you don't spend you get to keep to buy a car to buy house to start a business to get yourself on off in life. Whatever you wanna do whatever. You don't spend you get to keep. Or? You can say something different whatever you choose to say. The point is open communication and by making sure everybody understands what the game plan is. You don't have to worry about fairness because sometimes people will choose to define fairness in different ways. Give you another illustration. We had a client who had a sister. He was a very successful corporate executive making a lot of money, his sister's schoolteacher as you can imagine not earning nearly as much money as for brother. Mom and dad died devastating for the family. Everybody's upset what he discovers after the second death of his parents is that the inheritance went to his sister. He didn't get any inheritance. And he asked me rhetorically, why did my mom and dad cut me out of the will. And he's left with one of two reasons. One his parents recognized. He's a financially successful individual doesn't really need the money. His sister on the other hand struggling as a school on a school teacher's salary. Raising a couple of kids with a husband who spent some time out of work, and the parents decided the sister needed the money more and gave the money to her out of need or the other theory is his parents disowned him disinherited him had an issue with him. And demonstrated their feelings via the will the parents never explained their thought process or their decision making to their children. So neither of them are able to answer definitively. What the reason was even if in fact, they were choosing to help the daughter who needed the money more in their is essentially, according to our client their son he was being punished for his success. His attitude was had I not been financially successful. I would have gotten more money from my parents did they intend to punish me for the successful life that I live now. In other words, it's all conjecture on their part. Mom and dad are no longer here able to answer their questions. The only thing he knows for sure is that his children didn't get a bicycle from their grandparents. But their cousins did because of the inheritance that they received from the grandparents in other words secrets are terrible place when it comes to money. And it creates angst. It creates conjecture. It creates questions, and it can severely interfere with peace of mind, which is probably the one thing that you do want to share most of all with your children. It's your values that you want to share. So Raymond to answer your question. Should you? Give your daughter the two hundred thousand dollar difference. I think you need to have an open conversation with both of your daughters. They're probably unaware of the total facts and circumstances. They're probably not both aware that one of them got three hundred thousand that the other one got one hundred thousand and that you're prepared to provide the other one with two hundred thousand. Talk to them. Both at the same time have an open conversation gauge reaction don't make fast irrevocable decisions or commitments. And let's just recognize that money should be a tool to improve the family dynamic and relationships as opposed to a weapon, that drives a wedge between all of you. It's often difficult to have these kinds of conversations especially since so many of us were raised in an era. When money was a taboo subject, but although you probably feel that way as a baby boomer your children don't feel that way. A recent survey came out showing that six out of ten baby boomers, don't like to talk about their credit card debt with friends, but only forty percent of millennials fill that way. In other words, your children are far more likely to talk about money as you are. So we'll though it's uncomfortable for you. Because your parents never talked to you about money. Don't assume that it's equally uncomfortable for your children to have this conversation with you as if you were going. To have the conversation with your parents. And here's a great way to help. Resolve the challenge allow us to facilitate the conversation for Come to our office. Bring the kids. Let us ask the questions. Let us have the conversation by doing it in a casual setting. That's all call it neutral turf in a non threatening environment where we can lead the conversation. You'd be amazed. How much more easily and affectively everybody's attitudes and desires and opinions can emerge. We're happy to help do this for you. Just give us a call here. At element Financial Engines at triple eight plan RIC.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I guess the number for Michael Sanchez is two hundred thousand dollars. Michael Sanchez is the brother of Jeff Bezos is girlfriend Lawrence Sanchez who I've said before is. Actually, quite lovely. I used to work with her on channel eleven channel thirteen she's really quite cool and really always liked her. And Michael Sanchez. Her brother said now that he did cooperate with the National Enquirer wireless was investigating whether his sister and the Amazon founder having an extramarital affair. He also admitted I mean, it's one thing to say, I cooperated with them. I don't know already. It's got sort of a CD quality. But. He also admits that what he did could be seen as a betrayal of his sister and a basis you think could be seen that way a little bit. Yeah. What's the other way? It might be saying this curious admirable Mark admirable the insisted he acted out of a desire to protect their fledgling relationship. Wow. That's really cool of you. I mean, it's great when you can protect a fledging relationship and collect two hundred thousand dollars for doing it. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Enquirer's parent company paid Michael Sanchez two hundred thousand dollars for texts. That led to the exposure of basis relationship with Lauren Sanchez. Front page story. People familiar with the matter. They said the deal was unusual in that the parent company. American media Inc agreed to pay Michael Sanchez upfront, regardless of whether any story was published. Sanchez says he did make a deal with the devil. But. The Wall Street Journal also says that David pecker, you know, that's the owner of the inquirer and AM. I. He's also a longtime friend of the president approved the two hundred thousand dollar deal. Of course, that's the way they do deals all the time at the Enquirer. That's there's nothing short of extraordinary about paying paying off a source and getting sleazy material. That that was approved by David pecker that two hundred thousand it was negotiated by his top. Deputies..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Well, now that you have a life estate interest, and you are given standing to file a petition to partition enforce the sale kids have two options. They're either going to buy her out yet. Or they're going to put the Mark put the house on the market and sell it. And if they sell it, and they'll split the proceeds now remember she thought she was a third owner when when she filed the claim, and it turns out that under the statute, she's only a life tenant. So that equates to your age doesn't it does it does? So what does this mean to her while one she got standing to sue because a life tenancy is still an interest in real estate still a property, right? Okay. So she's got that. Now when she goes to sue though, instead of getting one third the value of the property. No, let's say it's worth. You know, six thousand dollars just six hundred thousand dollars freezing numbers instead of getting two hundred thousand dollars. She may get more or less. I don't know her age, but let me assume that they're older, folks. So like if she's like an eighty year old person the value of her life interest comes down based on I r s tables. So these IRS tables is you go to a a table based on your age and the interest rate in effect on the date that you want to do this. So on this valuation day you pick an an interest rate. It's an applicant federal rate given by the IRS every month that changes, then you go look up your age and on that table. It will tell you based on your age, what percentage of the sale proceeds you would get. So what would ballpark and eighty year old receive percentage wise today eighty year old maybe twenty percent? Okay. Yeah. So not thirty three and a third more like twenty. So if she's younger that percentage would be higher. She could if. If if she was younger, you could get forty five percent fifty percent. So so this life estate idea is on the one hand. It's great. You got standing to sue on the other hand, it's a wildcard based on your age as to whether it hurts you financially or helps you financially either way, folks. If you do your planning in advance. And if he had thought through this a little better he could have avoided the petition to partition all this fighting forcing the sale he could have just provided in a trust for her say. Yeah, hey, you have the right to live there. You can live in all three properties. If you want to just want you to pay the bills, you know, I'll give you X number of dollars into a share for your benefit where you can get the income for life or rented out you get the income for whatever it is. Yeah. So I mean, there's lots of things that he could have done by drafting up.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"To living on over two hundred thousand dollars a year. And if something happens to him that net worth of two million dollars not gonna create that. Because that include your home includes other stuff, it's not generating income right now. And and you can't access the income right now. So yeah, I I would keep a million two million on him. I thought the half me on you as a luxury, but for sure we'll keep million to million on him without about. And again, the all aren't that old? I mean, you're forty seven term life insurance not that expensive. If you want to tenure policies, get a little cheaper. You know, you probably are going to be there by then because thirteen year old will be twenty three and kids are out of the house. And so that liabilities gone, then we're just sitting here stack Nick deep in net worth and all this income, and you will have made so stinking much money during that ten year period of time. That's another two million in something income during that time and without create so yeah, you ten years you're going to be done with insurance with a slam dunk at that point. It's a good discussion though, it's fun thing to walk into. But for those of you listening, the the premise simply this if he or she you your wife your husband does today. What are we what income do we need to replace? If you have enough income of ask. Sets to replace the income that they create and Nollie your family in any kind of hardship. Then you become self insured. So you're really really close right now. But I'm most been ten years more policy. It's not that much money on to make sure your family's more than covered and take care of the whole process. Good question. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five Jerry is on Facebook. They'll take money out of my 4._0._1._K to pay off my house, not if you're under fifty nine and a half. Because the government is going to take a ten percent penalty plus your tax rate. That's your actual Bill. So if you make seventy five thousand dollars a year at twenty five percent tax bracket ten percent, plus twenty five percents thirty five percent of the money. They're gonna take that's like saying they've only bomb money thirty five percent interest to pay off my house. The answer would be. No, no, no. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. And that's why if you've got a zillion dollars in your 4._0._1._K and you're over fifty nine and a half, and you wanna pull some of it out pay taxes just be rid of the mortgage. Do that one read. I wouldn't do it on the half except a void, bankruptcy or foreclosure, this is the Dave Ramsey show..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Have a two hundred thousand dollar mortgage, go by two hundred thousand dollars term policy or by ten to twelve times, your income on you, which would pay off your house likely almost always. And so you need to have term insurance in place to do that. And I catch a lot of crap for this these days because there's such a craze over pets. I love pets. I love my dogs. I cry like a girl every time they die. I love my dogs by Shitsu was in my lap in front of the fireplace. Drinking coffee with me this morning. He wondering coffee, I was but be a bad idea for that. I'll drink coffee, but yeah, I love him. I am not spending ten thousand dollars to keep a dog alive. It's a dog. I maybe that's old school, but you pet lovers. Thank I'm heartless. I'm a pet lover too. But it's adult. Now, if you've got tens of millions of dollars, and you want to spend ten thousand dollars to keep a dog live. That's fine. But I'm not doing it. I'm not spending ten thousand dollars to keep a Cadillac for sure. Cats are just. Yeah. So whatever I mean, you don't need to spend money for chemo on your parakeet. Okay. I'm sorry. I know that hurts some of your feelings. I know some of you have gotten your lives twisted up about this stuff, but pet health insurance. I don't buy it. If you can't afford to spend a certain amount of money on the dog or the cat to keep it alive and keep it well-maintained. Then you shouldn't have a pet. And then you put an eight to put a limit on the value. Of this pets life all that you sound. So mean, I know it sounds so mean, but I'm just like what's known as a grownup. And so I have to address these situations. And you guys got to decide you can decide and if you wanna spend a bazillion dollars to keep your puppy alive. Three more weeks. That's fine. You can do that. I ain't doing it. I love the puppies, and they go to puppy heaven. And it's all good life goes on. I've I've outlived a whole bunch of them by now had ten dogs in my life, so far, and I'll probably have about ten more for I'm gone. I love them. But I outlive him. And so you got to think about this stuff. So the aware the gimmick insurance is out there. But.

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"We're gonna see lots of it for the rest of today and more on the wait for Sunday. Highs today in the low to mid fifties. Couple degrees cooler tomorrow after pretty chilly overnight with those clear skies out there some areas getting to the upper twenties to lower thirty s dry weather continues on Monday in the KOMO weather center on KOMO news. Northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news. The boom X show continues. Here's Darryl tunnel. Client, pay thirty thousand dollars per month for long term care. That's not per year per month. Have you state? Over two million. If you have a three million dollar state and your heart stops beating the tax liability of the state of Washington has two hundred thousand dollars. There's been volatility in the market. I know your financial advisor didn't bother to pick up the phone and tell you that trouble was Bruin Meinhold just hold hold. Hold. The stock market crashes, which we know it will. But the type of loss. I mean, you know, I mean, you can lose two hundred thousand dollars in the stock market takes a little bit of time. You can certainly do that you can lose. In a second two hundred thousand dollars or more debt tax Washington state has the highest death that tax rate in the country. And I bet you right now there are people driving off. I five listening to me because I didn't even know there was a death tax in Washington. People say, well, the law might change. And there won't be a deck Tech's, I'm like in Washington state. Are you kidding? Bandidos, and you know, something nobody even knows about that tax is like one of the best kept secrets surprise. Not even fair like people without information that they can rely upon that's accurate. I mean knowledge is power. Am. I right. Got to know these things because if you do not it will be to your detriment. Threats to your seat number one unreimbursed medical expenses. Now. I hope I hope that you never have to pay long-term care expenses unreimbursed medical expenses. We call it in my world bene- care, by the way. Listen to me people. If you want to take notes write this down because this one is important Medicare does not capital n OT not pay for long term care. You know, how I know that because I went to Medicare dot gov, and it says right on the website Medicare does not pay for long term care. Medicare is national health insurance for those who opt into the system, which is practically anybody over age sixty five right? And it pays for chronic care. Part A is hospital insurance be is what I call chronic care going to the doctor. She is supplemental stuff India's prescription drugs. There is no easy. That says nursing home care assisted living facility. Adult family home homecare there. They didn't say that the program for that. In Washington state is called copes if it's a nursing home cases called Medicaid. And if you haven't heard of those things start listening to the boom at show because this is important the number one threat to your state unreimbursed medical expenses, period. You spent so much time and energy worrying about whether this stock outperformed that stock thirty thousand dollars a month possibly. I mean, there was a frequency of that. I mean, what what is the probability that it occurs to you. Well, you could look at the frequencies of events in my legal practice. I had a client pay that I've had a lot of clients pay eighteen thousand dollars a month slew of clients play to about twelve thousand dollars a month had so many clients based seven to eight thousand dollars per month for medical care. I can't even I wouldn't even begin to count like my database is not that big. Taxes? Now, Texas is not as big of deal. But man, there's a lot of there is a lot of mistakes that you can make I give you one big fat example recently in a case we were trying to coordinate my retirement account, IRA 4._0._1._K. I bet you don't even really think about this. Do you like? Ira a four one K that's like the crown jewel in your portfolio. Probably you've worked so hard, and you've contributed so much to it. And you just love it because it has tax deferral. Yay. However, have you ever really thought about the way that account that retirement account will pass to family members after you pass away? No one wants to think about their own mortality. I don't however, and I've got clients with a million dollar retirement accounts. Everything's relative. Over and over and over again, I have seen client account in which even if their account was smaller. It's a big percentage of their entire wealth is a retirement account. Now you die prematurely. Or if you diet, according to your life expectancy tables, if you only take out the required minimum distribution required by law from your retirement account, beginning at age, seventy and a half. You're mathematically guaranteed to have an account bounced leftover at the individual life. If you have a modest rate of return, the kind of rates of return that we see in the markets, far far far greater the NAT to we, you know, think about how am I going to pass this retirement account that is so important to me and to my family in an intelligent way. I've heard financial advisers on the radio say, hey, you know. Mitchell funds by them because Medicaid is what pays for for long term care that is responsible statement. But think about this the next level of that. Dysfunctional advice is saying look, I'm going to do a spouse a rollover to my spouse automatically because she'll have maximum tax deferral, dude. Tax deferrals nice thirty thousand dollars a month for a long-term care who cares about tax deferral. You're looking at the problem wrong. Man..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

"I think that's really important. There's so many people even when they get a business loan. They think they have to go buy a brand new computer from Dell or whatever or like brand new desk all that other stuff wind so often you can go to Craigslist, and there's companies that are going out of business that you can buy their stuff for a fourth of the price in. It's almost identical to what they had their, you know. So I plugged you. I guess for doing that on being strategic on that. And I guess the things you've done so far. So even as simple, as you know, you walk into an office. And I think every office that I went to have this big fancy copier. You know, it's a lease in their shoe per expensive in all this, and they are really expensive some people don't know we're talking about thousands of books like a year of not more, right? Oh per month. Yeah. Almost I thought like because I've never had not here per manga. And we didn't even get our business to the point where I would sign a lease on a copier Intel. We were in business over four years. Okay. We were still going to Costco. And buying the two hundred and fifty dollar printers and copiers and scanners in you know, they would last maybe six months than we've burned out. We'd have to go buy another one. I mean, that's how we ran our business. So by the time that we boiled it down, my initial budget of what I thought it would take two hundred thousand dollars was probably less than twenty thousand dollars in entrepreneur, right? They are just thinking strategically on what you can do to make this thing work. So that's great. You give us like, I guess two or three things right there. Was there anything else that you can think of you know, what you're starting or maybe you're pivoting or starting a new business that really work 'cause I think too far this is the key of everything you've said so far in the interview one thing that I think's important for people to realize is it's really hard to make money. It is really really really easy to lose money and to lose a lot of money. And so when you're making decisions when you're deciding, you know, does the company really need this who I need to make this decision. Do I need a sign this contract thinking through how important it is? Is is there a different way to do? It is is there a lower item that you can get that. Maybe in a couple years you'll be able to upgrade because you'll be in a different situation..

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"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Asked my coworker on his very first day of employment to cosign for a lady. Riquet her cash. He's young. He just checked his credit report about two weeks ago. And it plummeted look at it. He said I've been working hard at it. Wendy, very proud. She has over extended her financing on this national chain on answering. My question to you is Ashley corporation at any responsibility. I'm sure that this young man, why would the court? Why are we the corporation have any responsibility? But they probably didn't even know about it. Right. I'm just avenue. Oh, no, no. No, no. It's it was fraud committed by that manager as against your co worker just committed straight out fraud, and knowing here's the problem. Your coworker was part of the fraud your coworkers getting get cash, right, right? And that's the whole thing is fraudulent. You got it. Yeah. So no, the corporation itself is not is not liable. Your co worker got screwed your co worker also was complicit in the fraud. And your co worker is the biggest idiot that you probably have ever met or ever your entire life. It's not just you know, it's not that. He was young. He was young. And he was a Creighton. That's the problem. He's young and a moron. So. Yeah. Quick answer to your question. Of course corporation is dot whatsoever. Oh, Danny Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Although there. Yes, anyway, I got SSI. I d I am Medicare and medical. Yes. I'm a postal beginning parenting. Two hundred thousand okay. Does that mess with any of those? Of course, it does start with medical medical is a program in which the state of California pays your medical costs. If you are too poor and have no assets last. I heard two hundred thousand dollars is a pretty good chunk of assets. Carey doesn't matter because that's not means based. Extent, it may be, but it be very small if it is SSI. I don't know. I would guess that SSI. Also, I has to do with asset base. But yeah, yeah. You can't you can't scream you're poor and have money. And expect to pay your medical bills when you're sitting on two hundred grand. So what's the best thing to do? You can refuse to accept two hundred thousand dollars or get an insurance policy. How old are you? I'm sixty one that's not too bad or you reasonably healthy now. Really? Well. Well, there's no pre existing. Preexisting conditions anymore. I, you know, there are lawyers out there that specialize in dealing with money that you get inheritance to set up trusts, and that sort of thing I'm not saying that bypass all that. Well, actually is they do bypass it. So I'm not going to give you any names because I don't know of any. But the bottom line your question is if you have two hundred thousand dollars in the Bank. How do you argue you have no money to pay medical bills? You can't. You have to go down to nothing again in order to qualify for medical as far as SSI. I've no idea and as far as Medicare is concerned. I I don't think that that is going to be a problem Charles. Hello, Charles Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Yes, sir. Here's my question is if a landlord tenant situation. I lived in a house got burned down because of electrical short. I should say burned out the room.

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