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Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 hrs ago

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting open open California's California's mayor mayor seeks seeks to to reverse reverse police police cuts cuts amid amid a a crime crime spike spike Oakland Oakland California California mayor mayor Libby Libby Schaaf Schaaf said said Monday Monday she'll she'll push push to to reverse reverse planned planned cuts cuts to to the the city's city's police police department department as as homicides homicides and and other other violent violent spike spike in in the the city city shops shops announcement announcement came came after after a a weekend weekend that that saw saw three three people people killed killed raising raising to to one one hundred hundred twenty twenty seven seven the the number number of of homicides homicides in in Oakland Oakland so so far far this this year year in in the the wake wake of of the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis the the progress progress of of Oakland Oakland city city council council voted voted in in June June to to cut cut eighteen eighteen million million dollars dollars from from the the police police department department and and shift shift money money to to programs programs designed designed to to prevent prevent street street crime crime and and address address homelessness homelessness other other liberal liberal cities cities that that joined joined to to the the dhi dhi fond fond of of the the police police movement movement are are also also having having second second thoughts thoughts earlier earlier this this month month the the city city council council in in Portland Portland Oregon Oregon unanimously unanimously passed passed a a fall fall budget budget that that included included increasing increasing the the police police budget budget by by five five point point two two million million dollars dollars hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 d ago

New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

"Holiday travel this week came close to pre pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns that will lead to another spike in corona virus cases the TSA reports more than two million people a day pass through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for thanksgiving twenty nineteen the centers for disease control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel with fears they'll spread coded from state to state there's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly thirty percent in the last two weeks with close to one hundred thousand new infections in the country every day hospitals in Michigan are at capacity the federal government is sending in military personnel Colorado and Arizona are also seeing spikes in Connecticut two thirds of the state is it a red alert level the governor is warning that cases are also searching in surrounding north eastern states I'm Jackie Quinn

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On the road again: Travelers emerge in time for Thanksgiving

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

On the road again: Travelers emerge in time for Thanksgiving

"Determined to reclaim thanksgiving traditions put on pause last year by the pandemic millions of Americans will be loading up their cars or piling on to planes triple a predicts fifty three point four million people will travel for thanksgiving with forty eight point three million of them on the road an increase of nearly four million over the last year despite sharply higher gas prices and they forecast four point two million will fly that's up eighty percent from last year the rest will take rail or some other form of transportation American southwest delta and United have all been hiring lately which gives the airlines and industry observers hope that flights will stay on track this week but the best advice as always pack some patience I'm Julie Walker

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Southwest Delta, United And Julie Walker discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

Southwest Delta, United And Julie Walker discussed on AP News Radio

"Determined to reclaim thanksgiving traditions put on pause last year by the pandemic millions of Americans will be loading up their cars or piling on to planes triple a predicts fifty three point four million people will travel for thanksgiving with forty eight point three million of them on the road an increase of nearly four million over the last year despite sharply higher gas prices and they forecast four point two million will fly that's up eighty percent from last year the rest will take rail or some other form of transportation American southwest delta and United have all been hiring lately which gives the airlines and industry observers hope that flights will stay on track this week but the best advice as always pack some patience I'm Julie Walker

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WHO Europe warning on COVID deaths ahead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

WHO Europe warning on COVID deaths ahead

"The world health organization's Europe office rooms of a possible surge included deaths ahead WHL Europe says projection show it's fifty three country region could face a double seven hundred thousand deaths due to the corona virus pandemic by next spring topping two million in total the group based in Copenhagen also points to growing evidence of a decline in protection against infection and mild disease through vaccines it says a booster dose should be given as a priority to the most vulnerable populations including people with weakened immune systems as well as all those aged over sixty and health workers I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Holiday Travel way up over last year

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Holiday Travel way up over last year

"It's going to feel like a pre pandemic thanksgiving for travelers and your patient because it's going to feel like a little time thanksgiving triple a spokesman Andrew gross we're projecting that more than fifty three million people are gonna travel for thanksgiving but we also know that about ninety percent of those folks who are planning to travel I'm gonna go by car and it will be busy at the airports to we are expecting about four point two million people to travel by air as opposed to the fact that a just a little over two million people traveled last year I'm Shelley Adler

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Rare first printing of US Constitution sells for record $43M

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Rare first printing of US Constitution sells for record $43M

"A rare first printing of the US constitution has sold at auction for an eye popping amount of money it's one of only thirteen known copies of the first printing of the constitution and one of only two in private hands its sole Thursday night at Sotheby's in New York for ready forty three point two million dollars we don't know who bought it the buyer is remaining anonymous Sotheby's calls the auction on monumental and historic occasion a spokesman saying the auction result reflects how relevant the constitution remains not only in America he says before global democracy I'm ready to fall away

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 Nebraska's 1.9% unemployment rate the lowest on record in US

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Nebraska's 1.9% unemployment rate the lowest on record in US

"Fewer Americans are applying for unemployment remember March in April of last year when Kobe had slammed the economy many businesses closed many Americans were locked down at home because of the health risk employers slashed more than twenty two million jobs but the economy began to recover last summer now many employers are struggling to keep up with an unexpected surge in demand they're scrambling to fill job openings and near record ten point four million in September meanwhile the number of Americans who applied for unemployment last week fell for the seventh week in a row to a pandemic low of two hundred sixty eight thousand I'm

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WHO: Europe is only region with increasing COVID deaths

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

WHO: Europe is only region with increasing COVID deaths

"The World Health Organization says the corona virus deaths in Europe has risen five percent in the last week making it the only region in the world where because of its nineteen fatalities have increased in his weekly report on the pandemic WHO's says could nineteen that's an old regions other than Europe remained stable or declined a total of fifty thousand worldwide last week of the three point three million new infections reported globally just over two million came from Europe it was the seventh consecutive week the Kobe nineteen cases continue to mount across the sixty one countries and territories W. H. O. count in issue a pian region within Europe WHO's says the highest number of new cases were in Russia Germany and Britain Charles Taylor this month London

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 Austrian lockdown for the unvaccinated goes into effect

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Austrian lockdown for the unvaccinated goes into effect

"A nation wide lockdown has gone into effect in Austria for unvaccinated people who haven't recently had coped with nineteen it shows some signal further measures may follow and it's soaring infection rates the move prohibits people twelve and over who haven't been vaccinated or recently recovered from leaving their homes except the basic activities such as working grocery shopping and going for a walk all getting vaccinated the lockdown which is being imposed until November twenty four is believed to affect about two million people in the alpine country of eight point nine million Austria's leader has described the country's vaccination rate as it shamefully low I'm

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Robinhood reports data breach affecting 7 million customers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Robinhood reports data breach affecting 7 million customers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Robin Hood announces a data breach exposing users emails and names the investing app Robinhood said Monday it was hacked last week in a statement Robin Hood said hackers accessed some personal information for roughly seven million users and demanded a ransom payment Robin Hood said it believes no social security numbers bank account numbers or debit card numbers were exposed for most affected customers the only information obtained by the hackers was an email address or full name although some customers had more extensive account details revealed more than twenty two million users have funded accounts at Robin Hood hi

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 US jobless claims drop to pandemic low of 281,000

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

US jobless claims drop to pandemic low of 281,000

"The number of people filing unemployment claims isn't back to pre pandemic levels quite yet but it's getting there the labor department reports applications for jobless benefits dropped another ten thousand last week to two hundred and eighty one thousand the lowest they've been since March twenty twenty in the four week average of claims which dampens the weekly ups and downs has dropped below three hundred thousand also a pandemic glow after peaking at more than nine hundred thousand last January weekly applications have steadily declined reflecting the recovery in the economy as a whole in the job market specifically in all two point two million people

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66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm

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NASA's asteroid hunter Lucy soars into sky with diamonds

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

NASA's asteroid hunter Lucy soars into sky with diamonds

"NASA launches its Lucy spacecraft on a twelve year quest to explore some of Jupiter's Trojan asteroids one of the atlas five rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Saturday morning submission is the first to aim for the thousands of not millions of asteroids that share Jupiter's expansive orbit around the sun scientists believe the Trojan asteroids may hold clues about the formation of our solar system they named Lucy after the three point two million year old skeletal remains of a human ancestor found in Ethiopia which was in turn named after the Beatles song Lucy in the sky with diamonds in a pre recorded video for NASA Ringo Starr paid tribute to John Lennon Johnny will love that I'm Julie Walker

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Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

"Cross your reporting reward money has been increased for information helping solve the killing of a U. S. prosecutor in Seattle rewards now totaling two point five million dollars have been announced for information in the killing of federal prosecutor Thomas C. Wales in Seattle twenty years ago Nicholas brown the new U. S. attorney for the western district of Washington announce the justice department has doubled its reward to two million dollars at a ceremony Monday marking the death of Wales in addition the national association of former U. S. attorneys is offering about five hundred thousand dollars for information helping solve the case Wales was an eighteen year veteran of the U. S. attorney's office he was fatally shot through a basement window of his home on October eleventh two thousand one hi

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EXPLAINER:  takeaways from the September jobs report

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

EXPLAINER: takeaways from the September jobs report

"Amid the wild swings of the pandemic job market the government September employment report showed employers added one hundred ninety four thousand jobs in normal times a decent monthly gain but short of expectations when covered nineteen hit in March of last year it triggered a short harsh recession that it raised twenty two million jobs since then employers have added back seventeen million has huge infusions of federal aid put money in people's pockets and the rollout of vaccines gave many the confidence to return to shops restaurants and bars until the delta very interrupted from January through July private sector businesses added an average of more than a half a million jobs per month but last month that dropped to three hundred and seventeen thousand still to positive numbers jump out the labor department revised up its hiring estimate for July and August by one hundred and sixty nine thousand in the unemployment rate dropped to four point eight percent Ben Thomas Washington

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We Are in a Power Struggle for Control of the Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

We Are in a Power Struggle for Control of the Country

"Are in a power struggle of who's going to control the country. It's that simple. It's either they're going to be in control or we're going to be in control. I wish i lived in a free society. I grew up in a yearn for those days. Now it's a question of are you going to stop. Two million people from waltzing into your nation or are you going to write a bunch of press releases and go on cable television and complain about it.

Powerball jackpot is biggest lottery prize in over 8 months

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Powerball jackpot is biggest lottery prize in over 8 months

"The biggest lottery prize in more than eight months will be up for grabs in tonight's Powerball drawing the Powerball jackpot has slowly climbed to an estimated six hundred and thirty five million dollars thanks to thirty nine consecutive drawings with out a grand prize winner that's a record streak for the game dating back to early June there hasn't been a bigger power ball jackpot since a seven hundred and thirty one point one million dollar prize was won in January tonight's grand prize would be the tenth largest US lottery jackpot ever won one thing that hasn't changed the odds of winning the jackpot one in two hundred and ninety two point two million I'm Julie Walker

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"two million" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"two million" Discussed on The Radio Show

"We are so blind to see this. Because they found out there they're diabolically g their diabolical geniuses and they using the ccp to do this and that is why all roads lead to the and it's funny how to answer your question and to add to your to your question. Actually there was a daughter base. There was leaked by the australian the largest newspaper out of australia and in this daughter base there were. It was a leak of at least two million chinese communist agents with the all their daughter their best certificate. They're just.

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"two million" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"two million" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And two million. The singer had set up a trust. As a charity to fund music education for Children in Africa. You know, I can see that I don't know. But if I had to place a bet, I would say yes. Nina, Simone's daughter stole the money and are gram or granite is pissed off about it. I really would say. That would be a safe bet A safe bet. Because if you've got all the money your mom made, and she says, I want to teach kids to play music and effort going. You're going wtf. I'm here in l. A trying to make a living. A state law is quite strict for the obvious reason that the deceased has spoken and is unable to fulfill. Uh, Here's her wishes. Harris supervised the case against moans daughter. That would be What's her name here? So we just gave her name. Where is it here, Lisa Kelly. Ah, which did not end well for the family. The settlement stripped Lisa of her title as administrator forced her to give up any rights to her mother's music, placed a gag order on her regarding her mother's legacy. It was full throated repudiation of a role. As the point person handling someone's estate now. I don't, uh, I don't like Kamala Harris. She was a horrible attorney general. But I bet you did the right thing here if I had again If I had to bet, I'd say Kamala Harris did the right thing. She took all that money from a woman who was probably abusing it using the estate. I highly doubt that the daughter of Nina Simone was taking 1.5 million up to two million and helping kids in Africa learn to play music, posting a video on Instagram loosen Kelly and tone support for her daughter, Ryanne. Which said in part today My daughter came out blazing on Twitter. She made some comments that have started well started a fire. Such as the new similar legacy. I supported 1000%. I support everything she's saying she's speaking her truth. She's speaking the truth of our family. I highly doubt it just to add insult to injury. Rihanna. Ended her missive about Vice President Kamala Harris with this. Oh, wait what we're asking Kamala Harris. Uh, Kamala questions asked her. Why, when they're asking her questions asked her. Why, After all this pain and suffering She put us through a Nina Simone song. I was saying at inauguration to swear her in S V p. Yeah. Thus far, Harris has yet to respond to the charges. Against her still, if the threat of Randa Kelly's Twitter Which is since been deleted is any indication. Harris may be facing not so pleasant rebuke from the court of Public opinion. Well, okay and again, I said I was diving into this because I saw the headline. I don't know anything about the actual story. Now this was a piece by Lisa K. Donner. This is a piece by Theron X. Uh, I think the family is probably grossly negligent. They stole 1.5 to $2 million from the grandma's estate. Did God knows what with it. I'm sure they didn't spend it on little kids in Africa learn to play music because they didn't like what their their grandma set up. And that so often is the case that the people think Wait a minute. Hang on a second. You're gonna do what with that money? I'm doing what I want with his mind Won't know. Aren't you leaving it to me? No, no, I'm setting up in the state and you're out of it. Whoa! So when you get somebody lets an executive to an estate that's not getting treated what they would consider to be fairly. They're going to do stuff like that. So now the granddaughters involved which is absurd. How can you be three people out and in a state that has nothing to do with the family getting the money? The estate was set up. As a sort of a donation to African Children to teach them to play music to say Okay, we started music class here. Wanna buy some instruments for.

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"two million" Discussed on Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

04:27 min | 8 months ago

"two million" Discussed on Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

"So it's over my youtube channel. Youtube dot com slash. Eileen smith. I actually did the unboxing which was a short. So that means it's an under one minute video and that videos kinda got picked up by The on the youtube What they call the short shelf and so it's it's doing really well but i also did a livestream where i showed the setup of the mike and the law software that you have to install it comes from the folks at sure so i want you to head over to my youtube channel if you want to see that video burn i wanna share with you and application that i've been using for live streaming. It's called helps. That's h. a. P. p. s. And i wanna tell you about a referral contest that they have going on and there's prizes. There are monetary prizes as well as merchandise prizes. That i want to let you know about because not only. Do i want you to use my referral link. Once you sign up you can start referring your friends and then you can qualify for some of these prizes so first off my referral link. I want you to write this down. Okay so you can come back to this later or pullover in the cart. Whatever you have to do. It's eileen dot link slash helps so i will spell that for you i l. e. a. n. e. dodd frank slash h. a. p. p. s. eileen link slash helps now. Let me tell you what you can win. The first place the person that refers the most people in the month of march is going to win one thousand. Us dollars second-place. Five hundred third place to fifty fourth place. One hundred fifth place fifty and the sixth through the tenth so six place employees eight please. Nine place in tenth place is going to win twenty five dollars and the top twenty people are going to get hats hoodies. The top thirty are gonna get helps t shirts. The top fifty are going to get hats mugs and they are adorable by the way. So i want you to go and sign up for hats. you can. Multi stream can invited on guests so we can definitely get your podcast recorded using hats..

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"two million" Discussed on Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"two million" Discussed on Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

"Is probably the first time that the android phone users have a pre installed app on their phone that they can listen to podcasts. And you might think well. What about google podcasts. Google podcasts us not come preinstalled on android phones so this could be the big area of growth that everyone has been looking for And the podcast listener space so speaking of that miss segue right into our next story which is coming from. Edison research and their infinite dial survey now the infinite dial survey has been released year since the beginning of podcasting. So these folks. Edison research have been covering the podcasting space for over fifteen years. And there's a bunch of stats. That really were Showing the growth of casting. But here's one stat that i wanna share with. You is sort of a social media stat but it's a question that's asked on the survey and for the first time in the history of the study. Facebook is no longer named as the social media brand used most often by majority of social media users. Forty seven percent said it was the platform they use the most. And that's down from fifty four percent the year before and sixty two percent and twenty sixteen so since two thousand sixteen. Oh my guy from sixty to all the way down to forty seven. Wow and there was a big surge in tiktok users as well. So there's a lot to unpack with this edison. Infinite dial twenty twenty one survey and you know the the increase of listeners in the younger age group. And it's just really an exciting time to be a podcast or and also just for podcasts. Listening in general because the space is just burgeoning. So i'm glad that you're part of it because either your already have a podcast or at least you're listening to this one so thank you thank you thank you and so let's move on to our next piece of news now just mentioned to you about the microphone that i'm using the shore envy seven and i did an unboxing and i recorded it and put it up as a youtube short..

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"two million" Discussed on Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"two million" Discussed on Ms Ileane Presents The Anchor Show

"Back pack studio app so i just wanted to let you know that just in case you wanted to know my setup. So let's get into some of the news and one of the first items that i wanted to cover his that apple. Podcast has over two million podcast. Oh my goodness two million. I remember when we reached one million podcasts and apple podcast so it's really exciting and these statistics are courtesy of daniel j us over on his site where he collects podcast industry insights and that is the name of the site. It's podcast industry insights dot com. And you can go over there and you can see this lovely chart actually. As of today there were two million and eight thousand. Six hundred ninety. Six podcast listed in apple podcasts. However with that said only thirty seven percent or seven hundred and forty nine thousand nine hundred ninety five have released an episode and the past ninety days. So you guys may have Hurt my last episodes. Were so glad that i was not included in one of the one million. Two hundred and one thousand podcast. That had not released an episode in the past ninety days. So if that's you and you're having problems with being consistent with your podcast just keep listening because something. I may go over today. Just may inspire you so for example. This next piece of news is really exciting. And it's coming from one of our favorite podcast hosts is lipson. Lipson has announced that. There's a new destination that's coming to a user's and released to small group of users but it is a dedicated destination on sam son phones. Samsung phones samsung make. Sure see that right. Because i'm used to saying samsun when i talk about my other microphone which is to cue to you. But in this case we're really talking samsung and Let me see if i can get you the list of the phones that you'll be able to hear. This is a free app. That's going to be pre installed on galaxy s twenty s twenty one galaxy note twenty galaxy s. ten and galaxy note ten series starting today in the us. Now there's about a hundred shows from lipson that are included in this new launch. But they're going to roll it out to one hundred more than one hundred more. And i got the whole rundown on a special episode of the feed with elsie. Escobar and rob walsh. So i heard about. And then also i got the email from lipson so it was pretty exciting..

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"two million" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"two million" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"She got the my best friend. The reevy my best you know that. I'm pretty sure she got her. Doja cat did all best friends. He's got a few other girl to she got a few other. Here's though she'd made got millions of she got she got a couple of few million dollars. Though i mean i guess you can get it back. He's quavo sheet. He can get him back. So you think excessive. I think there's a lot more money you could be walking off on me. He doesn't like to walk off two million so you want him back anything that i wanted back. We gotta talk about what you need to. We need to relationship. You can have to tell y'all gonna have to figure this out to you. Can you gotta go back in the back. I can't just let you just walk out in the streets on michigan avenue you my two million investment. That's thank you. There's money because he was just a bad decision not lady. I'm getting money so you gotta you gotta figure i'm trying to invest and you make you get more money to that look like you always at grandma's by twenty it definitely is. I ain't just get you to me just because he was so you think that's i think it's a little excessive. I know but you which i think. That's excessive two million dollars to your lady. You are twenty six million dollars. Do you think two million dollars in gifts is too much you know. I don't know if you have a couple of million dollars would be too much for us. Is this if you got twenty six thousand. That's doing on a smaller scale. Twenty six thousand dollars and you give two thousand girl. Is that do it. That's too much too much. I guess the decided on the smallest two thousand four hundred twenty six thousand two hundred sixty thousand and you give her twenty s a lot of money..

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"two million" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"One point two million dollars in incentives provided are in DC keeps three hundred four full time jobs Eric like of newsradio kale BJ and now the gale BJ rate our weather watch well after a couple of chilly days temperatures rebound a quite nicely on Friday and that nice weather carries through this weekend today mostly sunny a high of sixty six chilly tonight partly cloudy lo thirty eight and partly sunny up to sixty eight tomorrow from the weather center I'm meteorologist bill decker thirty nine in cedar park I'm Robert would get news on demand it is ready okay I'll be J. dot com hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point zero eight percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange a one point two five percent the receive the discount rate all the confirmation intelligence because when it wasn't up to six and one hundred thirty watch it last night the live coverage on ESPN should've been on a major network the national spelling bee names eight youngsters as co champions beating the previous two way tie record in his store in history now after the competition ran out of words this epic three hour long finale last night I got tired when I went to sleep and then I wake up this morning and they have eight co champions they ran out of words I had run out of words while they're basically these the these eight kids were smarter than the people at the spelling bee that were organizing it the eight winners spell the final forty seven words correctly in five consecutive rounds it's a school night man you gotta get home right to sell one point each of these kids will get we'll get the prod the full price fifty thousand dollars in cash they got their hands on the trophy last night the winners are hang on with me okay I'm with and I apologize if I butchered these names are ray Sheik god talk sorry nailed it Erin Howard bottle and got that one right I think that's the key sandhar Shorty cop had AA just all my shoe con bar well that's it aber J. Cole dilate perfect Christopher Cheryl role Han Raji flawless all.

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"two million" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on KTOK

"You have two million everybody's concern is running out of I mean one of our big clients out in palm springs to this day she's never going to run out of the money that she has but to this day she'll even Sadie well you think I've got enough. actually just you know made a donation to a organization I set up and you could double that triple that because she was she's always still so concerned about it when she wants to be a good story that's that's of the other thing it's not just running out of money is being a good story who wants to be addressed so he's a very generous person the reason we store within complaining is number one you don't want to run out of money well if you don't want to run out of money it stands to reason we need to generate the income you need to replace the paycheck that you voluntarily gave up you've chosen thirty years of voluntary unemployment but the other reason that we do in complaining first just because income planning knowing how much you need every month will then dictate to us the portfolio we create for you how much dividend do we need how much and bond income do we need how much in growth do we need the only way to know that you have saved enough people ask have I saved enough well you'll know if you have sufficient assets if and only if the amount that you have saved can be managed in a way to generate the income you need every month for the rest of your life and the only way you can do that is with an income plan exactly and it's a customized income plan so really when you think of it to create this income plan different strains of money come from different places and you have to be very tax efficient when you're planning your income plan so knowing and I think it I agree with you a hundred percent I don't think I mean I know how to present that talking about income planning before you ever talk about investments because you need to understand it's about all these pockets of money if you don't understand it's from your pension it's from your social security it is from inheritance is from royalties it is from the sale of your business all of those funds coming together is going to generate.

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"two million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Two and a hike from two million dollars to four million dollars for sports incentive we could perhaps the opportunity is to go out to some in a field regular season games Orange County commissioners are expected to vote on the new plan soon but no date has been given Tony Marino news that a six point five W. DPO probably heard some about this case over the years in Tallahassee jury selection is starting in the murder for hire case of a Florida State University law professor who was gunned down five years ago his garage police say a bitter divorce custody battle other family squabbles were behind the slaying a professor Dan Markel opening arguments could begin a little bit later this week for two of Markle's accused killers police say the family of the victims former wife orchestrated the murder for hire plot but no charges have been filed against them the judge in the trial against a man accused of killing his pregnant ex girlfriend in an old PD police lieutenant will be disqualified yesterday a judge denied a request from Lloyd's defense to disqualify the judge in his trial because it was quote legally insufficient investigators say more key voice shot and killed shot a Dixon back in December of twenty sixteen police say then killed lieutenant ever clean in the Walmart parking lot while on the run jury selection for the Dixon trial is scheduled to start on Friday Kevin reviews this ninety six point five W. D. B. O. SunRail is working hard this morning they want you to stay safe and off its tracks last week as some real train hit a car a colonial and a person walked on the tracks and got clipped by train we wanted to see if we can get that number down to zero Steve also with FDOT says most important thing is for you to avoid distractions and pay attention to where you are watch the traffic in front you make sure there's enough space for you to you know queue up on the other side of the track. this morning and afternoon Altamonte springs police will be helping out the sun rail station off east Altamont Dr mainly for the safety of the vehicles and also the pedestrians you'll see extra and forced them throughout the week it's certain stations as part of rail safety week Jean Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDO good morning itself five nineteen your.

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"two million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We are this is money matters with can more right than of course I am your host can more right thank you Jack I've been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years and all of the ideas we talk about on this show these are the very same ideas we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients and in two thousand fifteen Ford's named our financial advisory firm money matters one of the top one hundred wealth managers wow is right and we are very proud of that but you know without our clients we would be nowhere so I actually want to give that one to all of our beloved clients and we are a firm that specializes in retirement planning so we work primarily with people who are over fifty who are retired or retiring soon so if that's you that I'm talking to you okay so I'm glad you're with us I hope you're having an absolutely fantastic weekend I hope everything is coming up roses for you and I'm gonna talk now with you about a a question that comes up relatively frequently with clients and that is you know what what should I think about what before buying a long term care policy I do I even need one should I you know can do it can I afford it and then went when can I self injure you know what can I use my own money to pay for well one of the important things to remember is that okay the statistics are very compelling as to the percentage of people if you take a married couple over sixty that are sixty five the chances of them becoming of one of them becoming disabled incapacitated and needing long term care is greater than the possibility of death by a large margin and it did the percentages are very high and so therefore you need to really think about this because if you are a sixty five year old couple the chances one of you's gonna Rychnov require long term care is relatively high and if you don't plan for that what could happen is you can have large expenses and you know those expenses could put a big dent in your ability your in your investments in your in your financial security so and according to an article hi Sheesh I wish I could reference it but it says about thirteen percent of Americans are have actually bought long term care insurance who are in in that age group and that's a very low percentage relative to the number that need it in my opinion so the very rich people probably don't need it so where is the threshold it in my opinion and we've model this and and we've looked at it if you have more than two million dollars of investments then you probably could self insured the risk of long term care insurance when I say two million dollars I'd be liquid accessible okay I'm not talking about it's all in your real estate or something I'm time at liquid accessible money you may be able to self insure meaning you could you could pay for it out of your own money the thing is do you want to you know that's like you if you have two million.

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"two million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"S. folks this size stand for Betsy Ross tee shirt is not slowing down we had to we had so many more sales over the weekend that we have upped the donation to tunnel the towers for one and a half million two million dollars we are I want to make sure I announce this today at the top of the program so that it doesn't get lost in the in the rest of the program are we just handed over the top weekend and we are now approaching one hundred fifty thousand sure so this is twenty seven dollars per unit that has generated and another of a profit all the profits going to the charity so we're now prepared to announce that as of today the charitable donations to the tunnel to towers will be two million two million in two weeks fox we're talking about basically up two weeks here and there's this little story Reverend bill Owens a former Memphis pastor who heads the socially conservative coalition of African American pastors is urging Nike to end this relationship with Colin Kaepernick over his criticism of the Betsy Ross flag all one's Panday petition directed at the CEO of Nike making it clear that the former San Francisco former quarterbacks view is do not represent his organization's views remember he's a a former pastor in Memphis who heads the coalition of African American pastors and he's saying this guy Kaepernick doesn't represent us or anything that we believe and we represent a variety of races ethnicities and creeds and we agreed that Mister Kaepernick's heroes on America and the flags are free in your opinion is not shared by a box the African Americans who marched against segregation with doctor king and so we had sent a box of stand up for Betsy Ross T. shirts to Reverend bill Owens in not in Memphis he should be receiving of this way by the way again I have to folks we've got we have ramped up of part time people were paying more than Bernie Sanders Hazem ought to help us with the fulfillment here of all of these we've got to get a hundred and forty thousand out we've got a lot of about so far but just hang in there and be cool be patient because your order we'll get fulfilled and it will get sent to you as as quickly as we can make it happen I just want to once again offer a sincere heartfelt thanks uses this is ordinary Americans doing an extraordinary thing here and the answer yeah this is this is not per se something that's most to bring Nike to its knees that's not the objective here the objective here is simple way to stand up they have a permit and Betsy Ross didn't do anything to anybody that's around them that that that this idea another New York times has gone all in with the fact that the moon landing promoted in a quality M. promoted racism because there weren't any trans genders involved there weren't any women involved because there weren't any African Americans involved and so we're we're all feeling a very shameful kind of pride in celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing and this is the New York times is not some French public although it is I think becoming a French publication in terms of who reads it and who believes what they what they see in it now let me let me move on to something here that has become front and center normally summertime the time that we're in now is a slow period for news Congress is gone for political news Congress is gone presidents gone president on a vacation doing things it generally takes some time off you wouldn't know by virtue of the news today what we have coming up this week Robert Muller is testifying on Wednesday and let me give you an idea of what this is about Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff for on TV this weekend line Jerry Nadler actually went on TV this weekend and said that Mahler found evidence of collusion and I'm sure is out saying that Mahler has named or as essentially identified trump as in on my dentist as a as a I'm not gonna make coconspirator unindicted unindicted co conspirator what there aren't any charges nobody has been charged in the mall investigation with collusion there is a saying that there was no conspiracy how can anybody be indicted co conspirator in something that has not been conspired these people are just lying through their teeth Nadler charring his committee and the little pencil neck is going to share his committee there's even talk that they're gonna ask Muller to actually read the portions of his report I think what's going to happen here is because of word that I have gotten them that that that apparently Mahler and his staff have already been meeting with Democrats the chairman and their staffs am I think the plan the intention is you know Mahler's made it clear that he's not going to go beyond the report and a lot of people of seven that's that's right when I'm going to worry about here Walery steadies not gonna go beyond the report I think you're being set up with that I think I think we're all being set up I think what they are doing is conjuring a sentence here or a line here that Mahler can honor that the media can then take sort of like as a pull quote and portray it as something new portray at I mean since truth is out the window and since fact has no place here I mean there was no collusion the real question is how long did mother know that how long did mother keep his investigation going after he knew there was no collusion now as far as I'm concerned mother took the job knowing there was no collusion that was never what Sony there was never any evidence for collision fox I hate to be beaten drum here again but this is all going to be coming back front and center on Wednesday so it's not not bad here have a little primer here there was never any collusion there was never any evidence of collusion this whole thing was bogus the steel dot CA is all they ever had and it is never been corroborated to verify because it was all made up it was bought and paid for political opposition research on Hillary Clinton campaign there was never any evidence of the reason this is important if mother knew shortly after he took the getting if Muller new through the last half of two thousand seventeen and all of two thousand eighteen if he didn't know there was no collusion then any crime that they claim they want I have found to have taken place in the year and a half this investigation continued despite everybody involved in it knowing there was nothing there you have one essentially would be a year and a half long perjury trap you have eight eight there was no reason to keep the investigation going other than so hopefully he create circumstances where people would say something that would be a lie or would be perjury or that they can find something that will allow them to tie it back this was a cool from the get go it was a gotcha from the get go it was an attempt to get trump to reverse the election results of two thousand sixteen and it's really really important they keep track of when Mahler and his team knew that there was no collusion and I'm telling you that they knew that when they took the job when Waller gets the file from call me on collusion there isn't anything in that file their wives and is no evidence because there wasn't any coke collusion and therefore there cannot have been a conspiracy and therefore trump cannot be an unindicted co conspirator conspirator and indicted co conspirator can't be edited because there wasn't a conspiracy you cannot say that somebody is an unindicted co conspirator because they're in a conspiracy there isn't a crime there was not a crime found but the investigation going on for a year and a half minimum after Mahler knew that is evidence on its face that they were attempting to use that year and a half to make something happen to create the illusion that something happened to catch people in perjury traps it was a giant set up this into higher Mahler investigation it's dead there was never any collusion Mahler's report has come out and yet the Democrats can't let it go I want to bring it back they want to win site impeachment CNN has a poll out there today and got the drive by media very depressed vast majority of Americans are not interested in impeachment they don't want the president to be impeached it isn't gonna stop these guys are going to do it anyway they already are I think on official impeachment hearings is what this is I think this this is an on stated the impeachment laying of the ground work if you will but I have no doubt I have no proof I have no doubt using my intelligence guided by experience that Mahler and the Democrats and their staff have had several meetings and they have contacted things for Mahler decide that appear to be roblox one offs and lives what have you that by themselves in out of context one little sentence here one little sentence there could be yours to establish a multi day news cycle that creates the illusion that Mahler revealed something new not in the report that's what they're dying to happen that's what they are hoping to create in terms of the impression of the American people that something new has been announced that's why Mahler and his staff saying we're going to stick to the report we're not going to go out side the report that's a perfect set up is not ready thanks when mother sits down at all he's going to talk about is the report then whatever bomb shall he lets loose people well it must be in the report we're being set up like you can't believe the Democrats have been working overtime orchestra I think this is one of the reasons Mahler's testimony has been don't why it we have a tweet from call me out there today saying get ready America I'm paraphrasing here because your gonna be seeing one gigantic patriot this week one of the greatest Americans ever who only knows truths and principle and patriotism blah blah blah that is Robert Muller the third speaking of call me the inspectors general report there's been a little bit of an advance notice of what's in it what's in it is that call me he lied to trump when he told me wasn't the target that call me was continuing to set trump up it's not good for call me if what we're hearing is going to be in the IG report Zara is accurate now against all of this we have the on going back and forth your racist know your race no no I'm not a racist your races between the president and the squad you will all Mar and Alexander don't got still gonna days in fact I think the racism thing is actually not working as well for the Democrats as they on hold because sparred against is out there Cory Booker he want to trouble not a race all worse than a racist how can you be worse than a racist but if you.

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"two million" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

15:25 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on No Agenda

"All right but i do have a couple of things leftover then i'd like to share because i keep pushing them off the first one is this a report which is been out there for a few weeks back and former nasa entering could soon become a millionaire when he sells three loss grills original videotape showing man's first steps on the moon imagine that this is a photo of the rails that will go presale there's still the base they auction site says he in turn bob these and eleven hundred other real is it a government surplus auction for about give this two hundred dollars in the nineteen seventies the man told reuters quote i had no idea there is anything of value on them i was selling the tv stations just record over to make some money the man's says his father's father tape on these three reels which read apollo eleven the name of the mission where neil armstrong and buzz aldrin first walk on the moon and back in two thousand six nasa so publicly admitted it lost the tapes ahead of the fortieth anniversary of that moon walk now they're said to be sold at auction at the end of the month on the fiftieth anniversary they're expected to go up for about two million dollars you know if these are indeed be taped the nasa lost let's assume they are a is it really okay for this guy to be auctioning off well we did it definitely it's only bags a number of question a number of questions including a why were they so cavalier did this just toss them into the ban that goes and gets auction off as you know reusable tape that's the number one question it comes to my mind i envy why would you do that why what would you what would you say this is a problem with this story is is just adding fuel to your fire mhm that this whole thing was a scam andy andy as they care so little about it today he didn't even bother to toss out his tossed okay so these other tapes and i'm not gonna play the clip we have multiple clips of people saying how horrible it is they lost me original nassar they lose them according to this story how they threw them out according to the story they put him in the dump in the dumpster now i wonder if there will likely be and if they will also contain the telemetry data which apparently also is a has been misplace lost her thrown out in why is it that every person from nasa who knows about be original recordings of the moon landing being lost why do they all say you couldn't play it today anyway when these tapes impacts two inch forehead tapes yeah you know it's it's old it's a sixty seventies technology i call five companies right now who complained those tapes they have right i i should mention this is part of there's a prop project called the dead media project and we know that am pay there is still a number of these machines left it's believe i 'cause i look into this myself it's believed that the number of left of of two inch tapes that are still available the number of page will not outlast the life of these machines no matter how hard you try to fix them right now they have these ampex machines giant machines eases two inch tape they had and flies across the thing up and down and they believe they can't get enough parts and stuff to keep these machines going as long as long as they need to be going further but it would seem as though these tapes these doing shapes we were talking about here would have a high priority and you're right there's at least a you know i don't know how many of these machines were left but there's enough did they could put one put it in play right now in doubt it yeah i i it's the story is a very hurry fishy to me a there's also another story that says the guy as went so he went and nasa and they played back for me and i guess and they owed here's the tapes but i mean this whole thing smells and it's coming on the fiftieth anniversary it's coming up on space force were supposed to land on the moon in twenty twenty twenty four which is only rates are the only reason i'm going to continue doing the show is just so in twenty twenty four i could say see we were not gonna land on the moon don't get hopes up it's not gonna happen will be some other news trump is already saying oh we should go to mars okay it's only a thousand times further may anyway yeah i have a kitchen that i did notice what's going on what that somebody found these old tapes of they picked him up with the government auction for two hundred bucks an hour nasa doesn't say hey why don't you give us a copy i mean these is how come the guys in the black suits still show up and just grabbed the tapes in are the tapes actually still good i mean they they show pictures of these tapes out of their boxes which is extremely stupid certainly christie's would know better if they're really running this auction you do not take these tapes of their see the plastic steel containers with a big turn lock on them i've kerry these around for years a in the mini you expose them to a v atmosphere it can get very very bad i would believe these tapes are still good even though they've been exposed to the elements the oxygen yeah absolutely this not just cellulose movie film and they ended as dangerous gonna explode it's just a it's a magnetic tape the problem is gonna be since they've been in stores were so long there's gonna be a lot of cross talk which is a real problem with magnetic tape and storing it that's why you should run the tape every once in a while so you don't have the same magnetic gamage pushing against the tape at the same exact spot for a very long time because it'll magnetized so you're gonna have a a problem in bitch i see the that's the danger but and i'm sure it's gonna be problematic but still i still have somewhere i still have a couple of days we i think we called the dnc's with those no the being seized with the smaller ones with the one she has she's the he'll go ahead write his hands on these ampex is or vertical they just ran straight across the tape up and down on his writing dry spinning saying it's the truth foreheads on it a funky machine i used to a i used to be able to calibrate in lebanon a two inch machine yet to win forehead and went like this he he put up the bars you know you or you roll the tape on the bars and then they were basically to knobs but you would kick the machine just to the right at the bottom that somehow always get a line almost automatically sounds like an picks it was dutch broadcasting so yes it was totally ampex okay then a as you as many no i am a big fan of professor tad in his writings industrial society in his future i think he accurately predicted these social justice warrior movement the social networks 'em his story has been changed in mutated mutated over the years a we recently had joe rogan a talk about professor tad's is i'm talking about yuna bomber ted kaczynski a in incorrectly said that a professor tad when went nuts and start blowing people up a know the true story is he wrote this manifesto which you could download from any place and you could even get a copy on amazon an it he want he felt they were in there so important and that these industrial society through technology would come to a horrible demise and i think to a degree he's probably right and he felt it was extremely important that the new york times in washington post published his manifesto that they refused and then he said if you don't publish it i it's so important to me i'm gonna start killing people until you do any start killing people in they did an no one ever even rumors that it was published but interestingly and which of course i i condemn his killing of people but i suggest you reid this document meant it and you will be surprised by the accuracy of what is going on right now today with social networking in technology right down to the world coming to an absolute standstill on freak out when facebook images don't load sam harris of these sam harris podcast starting to show off the other day with this honestly i just read yuna bomber his manifesto for the first time since it was originally published as you might recall under threat of further maintaining murder and it is they slightly crazy document you can certainly here in ski grinding his teeth in the background moralists throughout but the truth is it is better reasoned and modulated than half of what i see on twitter and this is from people with blue check marks by their names and more phones and so i i don't know what it means to be able to honestly say that half the people on twitter seem less hinged then a man who is sending bombs in the mail but it does seem that were performing and experiment on our selves be consequences of which are as yet undetermined anyway i'm very happy to have withdrawn to the degree that i have feels form or saying then when he says withdrawn he's talking about withdrawing from social media so maybe if you haven't if you only thought a courier nut job maybe you should give it a listen i mean sam harris after all don't take it from me ticket from sam sam shame him sam well i have a couple of things left 'em one or by the way it's hot in canada some ran in alaska guesses eighty five and eighty five eighty six degrees up there and everywhere in between these melted a candid and get that out of the way.

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"two million" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"two million" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For mazing, grace, next up, we have Lucille. You're on with Josh jelenski the financial quarterback, go ahead. Good morning. My father passed away in two thousand seventeen. A mortgage. No. He was collecting monthly payments. Sure, I went to the accountant, and he said, there's going to be a large a man of inheritance. To the federal jersey. I don't actually have the money just the monthly payment. It. In value of the mortgage, not on the amount of them. Why it's that's what I'm going to. And. Find out. And that's why I'm calling maybe. Help me. So are they trying to buy you out or what? Taxes. The federal and the New Jersey. Yeah. It'll be the future value. So let's say the note was three hundred thousand. And the gentlemen, paid off two hundred thousand of the principal. You're only getting one hundred thousand future value. So to me, it would be the future value or not. Even because you don't have an asset you of a stream of payments. So if you're holding a note for someone else that's not really an asset. That's an income stream. So I think at at the worst, it should be off the future value. Not the past value. The moment he passed away. Let's say. Million dollar in reality. We don't have. On hand. That is. And, and the moment if he's still pay taxes on the amount of the more. And I said, I don't think you to collect. In sound right? The way the estate tax or inheritance. Depending on what state you live in. It's in what you inherit. You're not in heralding two million dollar note. You're inheriting two million dollar. No. But it's a million dollars in future payments are five hundred thousand future payments. They wanna do that. That would make sense. Never does the government require tax dollars money. That's not earned, so doesn't. Yes. New jersey. And to the federal, and I said, no, you better find the right. Because we don't have them on hand. Yeah. Well, that's one of the reasons though why you should come in four of you. Call us at eight eight nine eight Josh. And we will help you or any of our listeners who are no experiencing inheritances, and you don't know how. To properly inherited. It's also, you know, you also probably need a new accountant potentially. I mean. Can deal with this because, you know, it doesn't sound right to me. Not at all. I I love your problem. I've been listening for a year. And I. Listen to every time I listened, I learned because. Like you said, there's the question No question. Thank you. No. Thank you. Lucy. So much you too have a blessed day. Yeah. I loved the amazing grace and green beret tribute from a moral data to, to great Memorial Day songs picked out by Bob next up..

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"two million" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"two million" Discussed on KTRH

"She needed two million dollars half or two thirds of that. Right. So when you retire? Can make a big difference in how much you need to retire. So how do you plan ahead for all this kind of stuff? Well, one of the things is that we sit when if you were to come in and visit with us to talk about becoming a client all that one of the things we would do with. You is a cash flow analysis. Okay. And we are very very conservative in our cash flow projections. So what we do is we again plan for the worst and hope for the best. So what we look at is we exaggerate what we think inflation is going to be we underestimate what we think your incomes are going to be and by doing that, then we can to a certain degree accommodate four variances in that the other thing also is that you can start timing. Okay. The retirement your retirement by what period you are in? So let's say you're five years from retirement and the market is booming and your investments are way up. Well, that may be a time for you to start thinking about becoming more conservative. Because you're five years from tournament. And you're in a good time. So therefore, now's the time to consolidate those good things. Okay. So depending on what the future looks like the period that you're already in. It may be a good time to start thinking in that way. The other thing also is that any plan needs to have a continual monitoring process, right? You don't just set a plan and forget about it. So you also you have to changing conditions and these are outside conditions, such as, you know, inflation picks up and those kind of things, but also inside conditions, meaning your health could change or you lose your spouse or you get you get laid off whatever it may be. So one of the things that we look at is also in terms of. I guess worrying about bad things that can happen is making sure that we have cash reserves. We asked our clients to have if they are retired and they're just living on their investments. One to two years of their cost of living in cash one to two years, and if they're working six months, okay? So if you have wages, we want you to have six.

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"two million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"two million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"She needed two million dollars half or a two thirds of that. Right. So when you retire? Can make a big difference in how much you need to retire. So how do you plan ahead for all this kind of stuff? Well, one of the things is that we sit when if you were to come in and visit with us to talk about becoming a client all that one of the things we would do with. You is a cash flow analysis. Okay. And we are very very conservative in our cash flow projections. So what we do is we again plan for the worst and hope for the best. So what we look at is we exaggerate what we think inflation is going to be we underestimate what we think your incomes are going to be and by doing that, then we can to a certain degree accommodate for variances in that the other thing also is that you can start timing. Okay. The retirement your retirement by what period you are in? So let's say you're five years from retirement and the market is booming and your investments are way up while that may be a time for you to start thinking about becoming more conservative. Give because you're five years from atonement, and you're in a good time. So therefore, now's the time to consolidate those good things. Okay. So depending on what the future looks like the period that you're already in. It may be a good time to start thinking in that way. The other thing also is that any plan needs to have a continual monitoring process, right? You don't just set a plan and forget about it. So you all set you have to stop to changing conditions and these are outside conditions, such as, you know, inflation picks up and those kinds of things, but also inside conditions, meaning your health could change or you lose your spouse or you get you get laid off whatever it may be. So one of the things that we look at is also in terms of. I guess worrying about bad things that can happen is making sure that we have cash reserves. We ask our clients to have if they are retired and they're just living on their investments. One to two years of their cost of living in cash one to two years, and if they're working six months, okay? So if you have wages, we want you to have six months of your cost of living in cash emergency fund, if you're retired one to two years, if you do all those things it can go a long way to words. I guess the best word I can think of is mitigating the risk of bad timing where something happens at the wrong time, and we all know Murphy's law. So and Murphy is unfortunately, it never seems to be wrong. When it comes to that. I'm glad we had this talk, Tom. I am too. So speaking of having talks, here's a couple of things I'd like to encourage you to do one is if you'd like to visit with one of our advisers to talk about your retirement planning, and to look at all the things that we talk about on the show, then if you go to our website, it is money matters dot net money matters dot net. And you can click on meet with an adviser. And if you do that, then what will happen is? We'll schedule a time to visit. And we wanna help you. And if we can that's fantastic. And if not we'll tell you that too. Okay. So either way there's no charges, no obligation, and we will park friends. The beginning of a beautiful and bogies. Right. I absolutely believe that it is. And it's now also we have seminars that you can attend if you'd like, and if you can hear my voice, there's a seminar near you. And you can sign up for the seminar at the seminar, we talk about do you have enough money to retire on we call it your magic number. We have five strategies to reduce your income taxes. We look at your retirement cashflow,.

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"two million" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"two million" Discussed on KTRH

"She needed two million dollars half or two thirds of that. Right. So when you retire? Can make a big difference in how much you need to retire. So how do you plan ahead for all this kind of stuff? Well, one of the things is that we when if you were to come in and visit with us to talk about becoming a client all that one of the things we would do with. You is a cash flow analysis. Okay. And we are very very conservative in our cash flow projections. So what we do is we again plan for the worst and hope for the best. So what we look at is we exaggerate what we think inflation is going to be we underestimate what we think your incomes are going to be and by doing that, then we can to a certain degree accommodate for variances in that the other thing also is that you can start timing. Okay. The retirement your retirement by what period you are in? So let's say you're five years from retirement and the market is booming and your investments are way up while that may be a time for you to start thinking about becoming more conservative. Because you're five years from tournament. And you're in a good time. So therefore, now's the time to consolidate those good things. Okay. So depending on what the future looks like the period that you're already in. It may be a good time to start thinking in that way. The other thing also is that any plan needs to have a continual monitoring process, right? You don't just set a plan and forget about it. So you're all set you have to DAT to changing conditions and these are outside conditions, such as, you know, inflation picks up and those kinds of things, but also inside conditions, meaning your health could change or you lose your spouse or you get you get laid off whatever it may be. So one of the things that we look at is also in terms of. I guess worrying about bad things that can happen is making sure that we have cash reserves. We ask our clients to have if they are retired and they're just living on their investments. One to two years of their cost of living in cash one to two years, and if they're working six months, okay? So if you have wages, we want you to have six months.

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"two million" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"two million" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Two kilometers are so down. Yes. Places. There are these incredibly on rocks because the interior of the earth is extremely million degrees and turn up several million degrees. Hotter than the of the fun. In fact, the surfaces and even to the hottest part of the sun, you know, as it rises from the surface in mixes with all the gas. It actually becomes heated to about two million two million degrees. And if this is the real million degrees just under the surface totter than that nap. Yeah. The surface of the sons only eleven thousand degrees. So that's not that. It's not that hot. I mean. Right. The geology in strana meal. You get I know on Pat gray unleashed. And from L gore gore. I mean, no wonder this planet is getting hot. It's not has nothing with the sun from just a couple kilometers below the thoroughness of the earth where it's thorough million degrees. Core of the earth is what actually set the sun ablaze. It might be son was just floating around might its own business and got to close to earth. We might be the heat source for the entire galaxy. I don't know we might be global warming lane. We just figured it out. Yep. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three and it bad unleashed on Twitter. Much more to come. Pat, gray, the beliefs radio network. Really five and seven four neat. What were the foreign aid? Okay. Yeah. You know, we're just a year removed from four nine. So I mean, I I could explain to you how they could. If you wanna go down this road easily have been eight four, but I know you don't really care. No. Because it's making small talk Googlers could have really been eleven to and weren't. So those falcons they were so close to being sixteen in. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But they lost four games. BYU lost four games by a combined twelve points. I think it was falcons lost four games on the last play of the game. This. Teams man underachievers, but the Cougars did have agreed bowl game. They beat that powerful. Western Michigan stand. Wait a minute forty-nine eighteen took out what western middle down, western Michigan. Yes. You did that. Yeah. Well, I didn't personally team BYU. They were feeding off your vibe forty nine. Eighteen so proud of your gave him a serious beating they'll not.

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