35 Burst results for "Two Thousand Dollars"

 Democrats reach drug price deal, Biden upbeat on Manchin

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Democrats reach drug price deal, Biden upbeat on Manchin

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats reach a drug price deal as they work to finalize their one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal congressional Democrats working to finalize president Joe Biden's one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal forged agreement Tuesday on a plan to lower prescription drug costs for most older people the plan would cap out of pocket Medicare costs at two thousand dollars and reduce the price of insolence a compromise with one of two democratic holdouts senator Kiersten cinema paved the way for the deal but the other holdouts senator Joe Manchin remains a wild card mention spoke to reporters from his home state of West Virginia everything we're trying to do a reconciliation has been covered in some way or another in the American rescue plan we just did the one point nine trillion in

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Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:05 min | Last month

Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

"There may be another tool in the fight against severe cobit nineteen infection and it comes in the form of a pill already on the market a new study finds an antidepressant fluvoxamine was able to reduce the need for hospitalization among high risk adults with Kobe nineteen fluvoxamine was tested because it's known to reduce inflammation in addition to treating depression and obsessive compulsive behavior a study in Brazil found sixteen percent of those with underlying conditions needed hospitalization after getting cold bit but only eleven percent of those taking fluvoxamine needed the enhanced medical support it only costs about four dollars for a course of treatment while antibody IV medications cost about two thousand dollars this was part of a larger study of eight existing drugs to see if they might be used against Kobe eight nineteen hydroxide chloroquine ivermectin and met foreman have not panned out hi Jackie Quinn

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The Theory Of Relativity in Consumer Decisions

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:45 min | 2 months ago

The Theory Of Relativity in Consumer Decisions

"All know about uncle. L. e. equals m. c. squared. But that's not the relativity calculation that i'm talking about what i'm talking about is a calculation that we pretty much all make before we make a purchase certainly before we make a non essential purchase and it goes a little something like this. Let's say i'm at the pub. And the price of a state is four dollars more than the price of a boo coincidentally. The price of a beer is also four dollars so now the relativity calculation. I need to make ease. Do i have a stake and one beer or do i have a burger and to bees. Pretty easy decision. Or let's say you booking a flight and the price of an upgrade to business class is two thousand dollars now you could use that two thousand dollars when you get to the other end to have two nights in the suite at a fancy swanky hotel in town so the relativity discussion and calculation. You need to have is. What's the relative value. Is that gonna give me more value at the other end or am i better off spending the two thousand now to sit in a slightly bigger box and maybe have metal cutlery. Instead of plastic utensils on the plane these are the sorts of calculations that you will consume as a making whenever. They're buying something especially when it is non essential so you need to be aware of that when you have both setting your pricing and also sending your marketing you need to make sure that you are conveying the values and the benefits of your product. Because you know damn well that they are making a calculation relativity calculation of what else they could be doing with their money so when you think about the theory of relativity you've got uncle. Albert's theory equals mc squared uncle trance theory. It's all about how many bees you can have with your steak

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Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors

"A popular musician denies misdemeanor charges of assault in New Hampshire an attorney for Marilyn Manson has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of the musical artists he's accused of spitting at and blowing his nose on a videographer who was at his twenty nineteen concert in Gilford New Hampshire mansion turned himself into police in July in connection with an arrest warrant issued in the case details of the alleged crime or in a police affidavit released along with the criminal complaint against Manson he faces two misdemeanor counts of simple assault if convicted he could get a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Food for the Poor Is Feeding Starving Families

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Food for the Poor Is Feeding Starving Families

"It's time right now to do a little bit of god stuff we. I have been show blessed by an audience that has donated over one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars to our food for the poor campaign to help children and families devastated by the seven point two magnitude earthquake in haiti over the weekend. We're closing in on one hundred and forty thousand dollars in donations. We always end strong with these campaigns. You did it again. This show is the standard bear. This show is at the top of the heap and collectively. My colleagues and i have raised well over four hundred thousand dollars so that we can rush food and medicine and water. We got problems all over. You know we can't solve all the world's problems we can't solve all the country's problems but when you have a path to help somebody. I hope you take it. I want you to hear from paul jacobs. Paul jacobs from food for the poor. Who assures us that the money that is being donated by this audience is being rushed to haiti through the contacts. They've made over there with their thirty five years. Working on the island have more than a dozen food centers run by community leaders across the country. That are helping the poor. Get into a far-reaching areas so they win you give right now. Clint that help eighty banner. Your guest is going into the hands. In resourcing pastors in local ministries community partners. That have been vetted for thirty five years. That are going to do the best work and have the most impact.

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Wrapping Up Some Hand Histories

Podker

04:17 min | 3 months ago

Wrapping Up Some Hand Histories

"We are wrapping up some hand histories that we started lost episode with melissa burr. This time we're talking ten dollars twenty dollars at crown casino. You started with two thousand dollars where we are on the table right now. A look. You know we've been going up and down but that's just bring a stand into the big blind angus. I'll be giving you this hand. 'cause as hands are there'll be serious they say this business big blonde with ten and the seven officer a real power. Has todd cheese and you got bet to pass and effective. The middle position are fifty dollars. The large at kohl's net button kohl's kohl's so now this game just so we. I don't know if anyone was remembering from las wake. Said the game was really tough at the start and we'll building it now. The game is built. It's very much underway Said the ship safari fast and furious. It's for ring game. Some guys have saw bits on. It's really it's really going sartre. We call in the big blonde. We tend to seven officers. Our main you could fall but not just putting thirty bucks in you. You just calling seven seven rot. That's that's exactly right so there's five ways to the floor. I seven three rainbow. The small blonde looks like he wants to. He doesn't wanna bet into everyone's Checks what do we do. We check road we check. It goes checked her up. Look ten officer on the turn. I seven three ten for bar. I student like this and then you go to pair. I don't like this for a couple of reasons. Because jack is certainly handed would've limped along and now they've got so maybe i'll put a feel out of like one hundred twenty. Most importantly dr is the small blind bets into everyone. For one hundred seventy terrifying. It's terrifying especially considered they wanting to the previous picture eight. Yep what's the. What was the flip again. I seven three. I couldn't have three by could have raised. That could even have at seven zero fraud and pocket. I'ts bake also have things like ice. I know i night. So i mean cooling but i love it in fact wacoal heater and then a very good playa kohl's behind and then aleatory pliers followed. The river is an ice. So now if you'll sign a sites i seventy central wants to bet. Now that's hands bathing us. That was terrible view avocado. I'm guessing small vixen again. Dr this tomasson chicks. I think he schick. Coal are while there. Maybe our mike terrible plight. He but on really bright River decision put up Huge and it goes followed. Solve value to be hadid is obviously went for too much. Yeah absolutely i mean. Some people could argue that you could follow prey floppy basis. I pointed contention audit thinks especially in a game. Lock these Rising the turn is certainly something you could do. Considering i could have things like ten no on but you block that It could have our sets he can rise and then decide. What happens if you get free or something like this. Just the charge them Sometimes people to have a bit of a body of the apple when it gets checked and on the flop and certainly on the river We've sort of bombed it harping that what like top paige colza soul. There's so many repairs. There was sort of getting value from with his laws bet like and if they have mighty isis up and i told us what we lose like the hall hand applied is discombobulated. A nonsensical really. I mean i don't know what was going on. This is just a catalyst bad hand with lots of interesting situation. So i think sure we can call but maybe just to turn about. I think we got a bit smaller. We gotta get value and this is not the way.

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Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman

"Musician Marilyn Manson is charged with misdemeanor assault on a videographer and a twenty nineteen concert in New Hampshire I marches are a letter with the latest Susan fountain was working as a videographer in the stage pits and Marilyn Manson's concert in Gilford New Hampshire two years ago when Manson put his face close to the camera and spit at her according to a police affidavit it says Manson allegedly returned a second time covered one nostril in blue mucus out her Manson surrendered to Los Angeles police last month in connection with the incident the two charges each can result in a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine if convicted Manson's attorney did not return requests for comment

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Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host

Side Hustle School

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host

"Devonshire like makes his living helping people battle. Monsters cast powerful spells embark on fantastical adventures and even slay the occasional dragon. He hasn't been cast as the new lead in a netflix series. He's a game master. You see deb is a huge fan of tabletop role. Playing games like dungeons and dragons. He's been playing them on an opera most of his life. And if you're not familiar with the concept. These games are a little like board games just about the board when players roll the dice. They moved the narrative forward and have to cooperate with other players to get towards the end goal. A game usually last two to three hours. With an average of four to six players games. masters like devin are one part storyteller. One part game referee. They make sure. The game moves along as chipped in his case devon got into it as a way to unwind from his busy job as a product manager. He quickly found. He had a skill for it and he wasn't the only one who noticed soon he was being asked to. Host games for other players wanted an experienced games master at the helm as his weeknights began to fill up with more and more exciting. Adventures devon began to ask himself the all important question. Would people pay for this. After nearly two years of hosting games he made his move with a budget of one hundred dollars. He made a simple website with a booking for him. He settled on prices. Have between twenty five dollars and forty five dollars per person. Depending on the demands of the game it was enough to justify his time but also keep the games accessible to players and when the site was ready to go he shared it on forums. It turned out lots of people were open to the idea of paying for a professional games master to run their games in fact demand was so high that within just a few months devon was earning two thousand dollars a month from hosting them

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Tightening Up On Final Tables

Rec Poker

02:36 min | 4 months ago

Tightening Up On Final Tables

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

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Annemie Tonken: How to Build a Recurring Photography Income With Portrait Memberships

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Annemie Tonken: How to Build a Recurring Photography Income With Portrait Memberships

"Back in two thousand seventeen my business. I had been in business for about seven and a half years. Things were chugging along very well. I started in twenty ten when it seemed like. I'm a family photographer. And at that. Point the general message out there was if you're interested in making real sustainable money as a portrait photographer. You need to be doing in person sales so i learned how to do in person sales. And that's what. I did for seven and a half years and that worked really well but in two thousand seventeen my marriage was falling apart and my ex husband and i separated and all of a sudden what had felt like a pretty lucrative business all of a sudden i realized that wasn't going to be enough and it wasn't because my average per client income wasn't good with in-person sales and i know i hate throwing numbers out there because i feel like everybody's business different everybody's needs or different all that sort of stuff but i had over a two thousand dollar per client average which in my area is on the high end of good so it felt like. Oh i've got this really successful business. But when i sat down and ran the numbers that i needed for you know paying the full mortgage on my own. I have two boys who are now. Fifteen and eleven. Who eat as much as everybody tells you. They're going to eat and trying to save for being able to retire at some point and all of those different things. now that that was all on my plate squarely. I didn't have enough hours in the week to be doing my work the way that i was doing it. So you know these in-person sale sessions. It's not just the session. It's so much like ahead of time and afterward an so much extra like one on one time with the client and you can't skill added all so if i had had enough time in my calendar to add thirty more clients year it would have been fine but i didn't and so i was trying to figure out what i was going to do. And that was how i developed this system which is basically taking the sales psychology and some of the tenants that make in-person sales so lucrative and so effective and kind of reverse engineering them to make them work in an automated online fashion.

Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending

"Seems like he's he's worried it seems like nine c. pelosi's neff new gruesome use is wide because every week he's coming up with with another plot to buy off voters correct. Larry that's correct even the outgoing governor. Jerry brown criticised spending with this governor has just done. Is he giving people a whole year. Risk-free free on top of the three hundred dollars that you get up until at least september and this is why california jobs are recovered only to the extent of fifty percent as opposed to two-thirds and the rest of the country. I have a lot of friends who operate small businesses while great restaurants. They cannot find people to work a group of economists from bank of america. they weren't trumpers all said anybody making about thirty two thousand dollars a year or less is better off. Not were working and this is what they've done and again. What gavin do some has done is that he is forced all these businesses to shut up. You may not know. This ran a small business. I practiced law for a while. But i ran a small business. Fourteen years. it was successful. I sold it relocated to california. The business kept want most businesses that are small ceo. Those that succeed are often just despair payroll the payroll. How many dreams that each. How many how many lives he dash you put your hopes and dreams in the business and they were all gone because at this guy and people are furious. And i want to remind people. There's a direct connection between the crime and the homelessness and the cost of living and this man and the policy that have been pushed by the super majorities of democrats in the lower and upper chambers of the legislature. Here in california.

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How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:02 min | 4 months ago

How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?

"Experts project that twenty twenty one wedding costs will rebound what they were in two thousand nineteen if not higher so let's take a look at the twenty nineteen numbers. According to wedding wire the average cost of a wedding reception per couple was around. Twenty eight thousand dollars. Although i'd venture to say it was probably a little higher. Because according to the not here are the average costs involved with a wedding reception. Buckle up because it's a long one ten thousand five hundred dollars for a reception. Venue two thousand four hundred dollars for a photographer. Eighteen hundred dollars for a video for two thousand dollars for florist sixteen hundred dollars for a wedding dress. Three thousand seven hundred dollars for a wedding band twelve hundred dollars for a reception. Dj seventy dollars per person for catering and the average wedding in two thousand nineteen had one hundred and thirty one guests. I guess it's an odd number because of all the singles who want to go home or at least go to bed with a new plus one and that brings the total cost of food to nine thousand one hundred and seventy dollars. The rehearsal dinner costs on average eighteen. Hundred dollars five hundred ninety dollars for the invitations. One hundred dollars for the hairstylist hundred bucks for the makeup artist. Four hundred bucks for the party favors and last but certainly not least five hundred dollars for the cake that is a total of thirty five thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars to put that into perspective that the lot more than the down payment on one hundred and seventy five thousand dollar house or tuition for a year and a half at florida state university. It's a huge chunk of change. And again i would still argue that. Those estimates are probably low. I mean shout out to the bride. Who's spending one hundred ten bucks on a hairstylist. But if you're living in la you're probably spending five times that amount which brings me to an important point of course. These averages vary widely depending on factors like location. What time of year and even what day of the week it is. You're tying the

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Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses

"After days of criticism a group of elected officials in a conservative Michigan county say they'll return thousands of dollars in bonuses they gave themselves from federal code nineteen relief aid earlier this month China wants the county commissioners approved a plan to give more than half a million dollars from the federal code nineteen relief aid the county received two two hundred and fifty county employees as hazard pay for dealing with the corona virus pandemic the smallest amounts were a thousand to two thousand dollars but the county board chairman got twenty five thousand two more commissioners received ten thousand dollars each while four others received five thousand dollar payments sixty five thousand dollars in all the Argus press reports the county's prosecuting attorney found those payments that board members approved for themselves to be illegal the commissioners now say they will return the funds to the county I'm Ben Thomas

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Everything You Need to Know About Elon, Jack and Cathies Bitcoin Chat

The Breakdown with NLW

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About Elon, Jack and Cathies Bitcoin Chat

"The b word was an event held by arc. That was meant to demystify bitcoin and specifically to demystify it for institutions. That had perhaps gotten off track with bitcoin in their relationship with bitcoin. During the absolute craziness of the first part of this year to that end yesterday saw sessions on energy and mining. Courtesy of nick carter sessions on the macro context with lynn alden discussions of human rights and bitcoin with alex glad scene but there was absolutely no doubt that the most anticipated part of the show was the discussion between jack. Dorsey kathy would andy mosque with steve lee from square crypto. Moderating as i said yesterday on the show the whole thing had come up theoretically spontaneously on twitter with ilan making a joke. On one of jack's threads at least that's what we were made to think. It seems far more likely to me that the whole thing was engineered by would herself. Who was up until very recently the connective link between ilan in the bitcoin. Space whatever the providence of the discussion however. There is no doubt that the market had serious anticipation around what was going to be said. Bitcoin had rallied from under thirty thousand dollars on tuesday to around thirty two thousand dollars as the discussion began. I think the best way to highlight the event is to go person by person and give a little sense of the highlights of what they discussed from there. I can provide a bit more of the shared. Sense of how the discussion proceeded.

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Does the Funnel Process Really Work?

Side Hustle School

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Does the Funnel Process Really Work?

"Every marketer i know talks about the importance of having a funnel where you have a free incentive on the bottom to get people interested then a low priced product than a medium priced product. And then some type of high end product or personalized consulting. It seems very effective but also if everyone is doing it this way. Does it really work. And do you have a funnel from what i can tell. You don't really sell anything at all besides books looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks chelsea great question. Thank you for asking it I let's just explain a bit more for listeners. Who aren't aware of this term. The funnel the marketing funnel. I mentioned it a bit and introduction. But let's say for example sake you have a thousand dollar product. You want to sell some kind of expensive coaching or some kind of actual physical product. That cost two thousand dollars and you could just start randomly calling people hoping to reach the right ones but that would be most likely ineffective in frustrating so instead you spend some time creating free content that draws in some of the ideal market you think about the pain that your ideal customer is going through you think about how you can begin relieving pain providing solutions and perhaps you make some videos or you make a white paper or a pdf some kind of downloadable guide or could be something totally different. But you've got this free content and so then you're building an audience of people who are interested in this particular topic. They're looking to you as the expert and then you think maybe instead of trying to sell them that thousand dollar product right away. You'll sell them a twenty five dollar product which is of course a much easier commitment and then from the group of people who buys the twenty five dollar product. They're already primed to buy something else whether it is thousand dollar product or perhaps something in the middle so those numbers are just examples. There are countless variations of this. The key point is that you're providing a series of stages touch points for customers to go through on their journey so to come to chelsea's question she says. Does it work absolutely. It works for sure if it's so easy. Why doesn't everybody do it. Or i forget how she phrased it you know. If everybody's doing it how can still be effective. The thing is it works as long as a few other conditions are met and these are not small conditions. You know the most important is. Do you have the right product.

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

The Rachel Cruze Show

01:44 min | 4 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

Grow Your Podcast With Ads in Overcast and Podcast Addict

Podcasting Q&A

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Grow Your Podcast With Ads in Overcast and Podcast Addict

"Your podcast is one of the most important things that you can do. Grow your show and get you more subscribers. after all. it doesn't matter. How amazing your content is if no one knows about. It paid ads on social media like facebook. Instagram and google come to mind for a lot of podcasters but they're not always the most ideal way of getting the word out about your show. I personally run a few ads on facebook. And i got a lot of clicks but it was really hard to see how many subscribers got and at the end of the day. That's what you want to know when you're paying for advertisements. How many people are now subscribed to the show. that's what makes apps like overcast. Cast box pod being in a whole lot more way more ideal they allow you to promote your show to people who already listening to podcasts. But there are some best practices that you should know before starting first and foremost set a budget and sporting to have this in mind. When you're seeking out these different podcasts platforms to run paid ed's platforms like overcast and podcast addict. Offer self-service style ad placements. That reigned from three hundred dollars to about a thousand dollars depending on the category. Select but if you've got a bigger budget you might look into pocket cast or cast's box which runs shorter ads. That only run for about a week and range about two thousand dollars but guaranteed that your podcast gets a front of a whole lot more people secondly set realistic expectations paying for paid advertisements on these podcast. Platforms is not an overnight. Success thing you might have to experiment a few times you might have to change the copy provide or the category that advertise on or the creative and a whole lot more. You might even have to try different. Podcasts apps you gotta really think about this. As a long-term strategy and investment that will take both time and money and at the time of this recording actually running to paid advertisements myself one and overcast and one on podcast addict. Both of them have about a week before they end. But i've already seen forty new subscribers. And when you consider that the average podcast gets about twenty eight downloads per episode. It really puts things into perspective

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Eligible U.S. Families With Children will receive Child Tax Credit Payments

the NewsWorthy

01:19 min | 5 months ago

Eligible U.S. Families With Children will receive Child Tax Credit Payments

"More than thirty six million american families. We'll start seeing extra money in their bank accounts today. The irs is sending out the first round of payments that are part of the expanded child tax credit the average family. We'll get about three thousand dollars total for each child. that's a big increase. Since the usual child tax credit is up to two thousand dollars for each child. People won't get all the money at once though families with children under age six. We'll get up to three hundred dollars per child every month for children between six and seventeen. It's two hundred fifty dollars and there is no limit on the number of children. Everyone qualifies except the most affluent families for parents who filed taxes as a single person. The cap is one hundred twelve thousand dollars a year. It's one hundred fifty thousand dollars for married couples who file their taxes together. People with higher incomes will get smaller payments. The extra money will come every month until the end of this year. Either through direct deposit or check in the mail. The rest of the tax credit can be claimed as a tax refund next year as the new york times reports. Nearly ninety percent of all american children have parents who qualify for the tax credits. Bipartisan experts predict the payments could cut child poverty in half however some critics have said not everyone who's getting these payments really needs them so they believe at least some of the money is going to waste still. Congress approved the expanded child tax credit as part of the last relief package in

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Ninety two thousand dollars at auction for cold nineteen relief ninety two thousand dollars I write a lot of stuff here the city studio if anybody wants to buy that I mean here I got my whole lunch last so you she all these you're just a few minutes.

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tickets are two thousand dollars a pop I kind of feel bad for you if you could pay two thousand dollars a popular ticket that is not not so the old mean hearted sorry this is coming out of the Sacramento bee so the city of Sacramento announced the first thirty local restaurants and catering companies chosen for the statewide great plates delivered program which will sponsor mills for low income seniors over the next month okay good that's good to know that's right that is really good to do great work K. excellence thank you very much appreciate that so Charlie Brooker people who know that show black mirror it's been talking at shows and things you could watch black mirror is a series on Netflix it's dystopian like they take the world and set it on its ear in a in disturbing ways it has to do with technology so Charlie Brooker he is the he writes a lot of the shows that he was just interviewed because everyone wants a new season he's saying you know what the world is weird enough right now to take a break I'm taking a break because I don't think anyone wants to see any dystopian society you know gone crazy stuff I'm gonna wait he couldn't even write this the reality of our lives he couldn't ride I don't I don't know I don't know you know black mayor he's pretty good he's gonna wait and hold off on the next season and tell this path okay this is a big day for local charities why it's so important not just for them but for those who need them and how you can help that's coming up in three minutes Thursday the seventh staying connected helpfulness Mrs are preparing to re open staying in touch on Thursday governor Newsom is expected to unveil criteria that counties must meet to re open.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The payments like two thousand dollars a month then that would be the largest that that you have on the debt snowball the credit card will go in front of it so the mindset around the Santa is getting out of debt it's not about map it's about momentum so when you attack the smallest one first what you're showing your soap is is that you can do this it's a you'd make minimum payments on everything else water on every extra don toward the smallest that so that's how you go about that now in looking at this is you all are newlyweds and you're trying to start your life all right and I'm proud of you for being plugged in on this money stuff and talking about it but I want to encourage you how do you go further faster that's what I wanted to review the store to brainstorm just because you have that debt and again I know it didn't take long to accumulate debt but getting out of debt is much more difficult you're gonna have to make a commitment to it and be focus and so what do you guys willing to do it might be taken on an extra job it might be working a little extra and converting all that overtime toward the debt I say this because you guys taking a couple years right now as you just got married and you are getting focus and really zeroing in on this together in a couple years you can knock this out right long before you start talking about starting a family or anything and you truly get a chance to start off on the right foot and so I just want to commend you guys to continue to work together stay aligned stay connected and don't stop you've got a great opportunity to keep growing forward I got a message in off of Instagram it says Hey I wanted to ask my mom had passed away several years ago I was the only beneficiary on her life insurance I'm planning to join the army but I also want to get a really nice car asylum they're really cool and I love them I don't want to waste the money but I really want this brand new car what would you say well first and foremost sorry to hear about your mother guide to hear this you have life insurance and you have an opportunity to receive those funds I think those phones probably mean a lot to you and you want to do something of significance I also like your mind sort of wanting to join the army I think it's commendable those are the true heroes in our country not necessarily athletes or musicians and so on I love that of yeah I love the way you think it but but then you say this car is really cool and I want it and is brand new this were you lose me okay you don't want to do this like you're about to go into the army you set up which means you're not go see your car right you're you're going to be running around in in in mud and climb in things and jumping out of planes don't you don't you don't you don't want to do this year what you could do though is pause and wait let that money sit there and as you get ready to move forward you could get a car that's new were to you brand new cars they depreciate quickly that's a depreciating asset so I would rather you be more intentional be very aware of the decisions are making and going to the slowly be careful often times when people get money into their hands they they tend to to get so excited they want to hurry up and do something and you want to take your time going to think this through your mother was very intentional leaving this money to you I know you want to be intentional with it so is this something you buy a car this newer to you and again I just want to caution because often times people will run forward in this so quick that they're not really think it through I got another one from Twitter it says I'm inheriting my mom's home when she passes away I wanted should she put me on the deed now twelve avoid inheritance tax or put it in the wheel well but to me Sir here's the thing you guys are are talking about some estate planning steps and what I would encourage you to do should get all overall view of the whole thing is to sit down with an estate planning attorney walking through you know there's that you you looking at putting it in a trust if the home is paid for by the trust might be the best way overall but the trust is the owner not you or.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Two thousand dollars a real savings for ten years your dollar saloon let's go solar with no money out of pocket plus for thrown in two thousand dollars in real discounts of factory baits you'll still qualify for the full thirty percent tax credit be reduced later this year I'll repeat that so would be a no brainer thing I've been talking about the two thousand dollars in savings and factory based in August thirty first Stossel's voted best in UT readers for year after year have twenty plus years in business ten thousand plus installation to a lot of referrals from happy customers get all the details a stellar solar dot net dollar solar dot net if you're about to sell your home the most important decision you need to make right now is which real estate agent will maximize your return on investment hi this is news eight Kyle Cresco there are a lot of choices out there but I've got the right choice actually the only choice my friend John Reeves at eight five eight eight hundred home listen there is precious equity in your home so why settle in any agent that lacks experience handling the biggest transaction of your life and why risk having your home sit on a slowing market costing you time and money John Reeves is San Diego's number one agent says the Wall Street journal because he already has the buyers over five thousand ready buyers and is exclusive database ready to buy right now it is proprietary marketing systems we'll get your home sold for top dollar quickly or John will bite himself guarantee what do you got to lose frankly a lot if you don't call John Reeves to hear his plan for selling your home eight five eight eight hundred all that eight five eight eight hundred home call John Reese today.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Up to two thousand dollars a real savings for ten years your dollar saloon let's go solar no money out of pocket plus for thrown in two thousand dollars in real discounts factory baits you'll still qualify for the full thirty percent tax credit be reduced later this year I repeat that sore being a no brainer thing I've been talking about the two thousand dollars in savings of factory based in August thirty first Stiller sores voted best in UT readers for year after year have twenty plus years in business ten thousand plus installation to a lot of referrals from happy customers get all the details a stellar solar dot net dollar solar dot net all the hot part of summer is really upon us yep but our friends at brothers home improvement San Diego's trusted quality window experts are ready to help you save energy money and be they hate their Armstrong in getting their soul many window companies to choose from what we've done the research the best out their brothers home improvement for a limited time get up to a thousand Bucks off beautiful newly installed quality windows engineered with the latest state of the art thermo efficient technology you're gonna be amazed at the energy savings that's not all get zero interest and no payments for eighteen months on approved credit that's a year and a half a savings and no payments while you beat this heat brothers has built their business around their families values of honesty integrity and commitment complete customer satisfaction yep brothers windows as a company we trust let them earn your business their warranties are second to none in the industry so why not get an estimate for a free no pressure estimate visit San Diego window brothers dot com Tellem a Angie sent you that San Diego window brothers dot com.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On mornings on the mall five ten ninety am I cannot be the only person thinking this right now everything you need to start your day the latest forecast and the latest in the stories behind the headlines mornings on the mall with me every week days five to nine AM this is only on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall W. M. A. L. it's the big screen stores Black Friday summer sales two seventy five in Samsung four K. TV is just nineteen ninety nine plus the two thousand dollars on Samsung's TV Black Friday pricing now stream store at the big scream stores our prices be best he was we double the Samsung warranty and you'll get delivery and installation installed on your schedule on computer screen store the big screen stores your motion furniture headquarters with innovative furniture featuring power headrests full power recline USB ports lighting accessories power lumbar support plus an incredible selection the big screen store it's the big screen stores Black Friday summer sales two seventy five in Samsung four K. TV is just nineteen ninety nine plus the two thousand dollars on Samsung TV Black Friday pricing now stream store family houses and apartments are the key to passive income A. K. A. retirement no one knows this better than America's most successful investor educator national radio host self made multimillionaire CEO and founder of lifestyles unlimited del walls you heard him in his team on the radio now join the lifestyles unlimited on location in a city near you for the financial freedom seminar check the schedule cleaner see give me full freedom dot com limited seating unlimited potential register today give me full freedom dot com do you wish.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Two thousand dollars worth. And here's what she had to say. This was my league buffet. This was my choice. This was something I felt that I needed to do to stand out. I have audition for him and I hadn't before. So yes, an audition is closer than what I had before. Oh, really wait? No more went up, you actually had an audition with Tyler Perry. I, I well I submitted myself tape the access to the acts for me to do a self take and I submitted it yesterday. This is her third time putting up a billboard. She got an audition with Tyler after the second one, she in the process of her waiting for her. Call back from her other audition, she put up their billboard. All right. Well, here's what else you had to say about whether or not she regrets it. When I put up a billboard. I didn't know what to expect. I didn't know what was going to happen. And one thing I, you have to have being in this industry is thick skin. And so he and crush anything in me. In fact, he puts on fire me. So when I gave him that audition, I gave him my best in a little bit more. I mean listen in a case like that, you shouldn't listen to the person, you should actually listen to the person who the teaching. You're trying to get if Tyler is telling you cheaper, more effective way to get his attention. You should listen because you can't kick the process. You still gotta go addition. And you still got to be good billboard is not going to get you a role. She was saying, she didn't get an even in addition before, now she did what she feels like. You congratulated for getting all this attention. But okay. She got the audition. But what if she doesn't get the real, you still got to be good at the end of day, you can't escape the process but you still gotta get in the door to even audition? So if she that she doesn't mean once again, her money. I regret it. But once again, you should listen to the person who's attention. You're trying to get Tyler gave her a free game Taylor told her look, I know a cheaper more effective way for you to get my attention. Just coming audition tally talking about it. So it did..

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Place to live. A made made on two thousand dollars a month. Try that one out here in the states. Try a lovely three or four bedroom place for a and your cost of living animated for two grand a month here anywhere in southern California actually any place in the United States. That's why it makes so much sense today. But say you work on the internet. Right. You're why wouldn't you do it any place that's comfortable, and you do it at home? And at home. It doesn't matter where home is. It's mexico. And so many people are doing it. For example, there a place near Mexico City called. Samo Guel Enda. It's just beautiful great weather, and US veterans began moving after World War, Two to study at a local Art Institute on the GI Bill. Well, we're thirty years later and ex patriots flooded in. And just is beautiful cobblestone streets is gorgeous cough. Gothic church houses painted in rows and peach, and all of that. And so think about this. You get social security and a modest pension, or you sell your house. And you can buy a house, very cheaply. You can live great. We're talking about going to restaurants having even bringing in a chef. And you can do it on two thousand dollars a month, three thousand dollars a month. You have an astronomical living experience. And now since NAFTA took effect, and we sort of have NAFTA NAFTA, you have WalMart Office Depot you English-speakers the rotary club, the quilter circle these are little, these are American towns, where you can live without speaking a word of Spanish. The stores they speak English. As a matter of fact, the mayor of that town. You know what he does when he gives the state of the city speech every year? He does it in Spanish. And then he does it in English..

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This year used as Paul Hawkins has been speaking to one of the students are in Mitcham who's had his debt whiteout. I'm in shock. It's been a crazy day. I mean, it's I can't, I can't believe it. It's like it's if I'm in a dream right now, I want to be woken up, but as time, keep me sleep, right? Take us back to the moment, when, when you're sitting there, and he was making that speech is pretty interesting. So before he kinda kinda gave the speech. I'm a finance major force house running through a number. Like, man, I wonder if this guy really just bit off our loans like the calculations all like, really I work loans. I didn't think nothing about it then out of nowhere. You know, he talked about he'll parv our class. And then you say, I'm paying off everybody loans in. We all looked around. We're like is he punking us Z serious, like, I think I caught onto of the rally, I started I started tearing up I literally stood up top tier. I thank God. I started. I look back at my mom, like I was crying ill just a crazy experience, where I couldn't believe it how much debt has he personally saved you. So he's actually say the over posted two hundred thousand dollars so each and every one of my family members about three three or four my family members actually having Khotan loans. So it was like going around cosign loans for every semester. So they better on me. N I mean they they bet on the right horse. So I'm overwhelmed mostly because obviously, the, the whole student all wiped off. But I mean I'm a black man who has a degree who's who has degrees now. So it's like it's a lot of emotion. Heart-stopping Burgess describe how grateful I am humbled. I am yet faith off off of just guide me all the all the nights. I've stayed up. I've that missed with my family really experience just knowing that somebody's actually there who actually cares says he gave me now like you said, before, is my turn to give back to somebody else. It's inspires, you say exactly. Yeah. So in two thousand dollars of your personal debt written Ren of view paid back on view by him. But how will that affect your life going forward in terms of the choices you made the sort of practical implications of not having that debt, it was, it was hard because I was looking at monthly expenses when I was time to pay off the loans, and I was like I can't afford to take it up. Almost a half. My monthly expenses, right there. Food going out with friends, which type of neighborhoods stay in, as you know, obviously, like I'm a black man. I know. You know, working good job, whatever I would still have to stay in a rough neighborhood. Now that now because of that loan then paid off. I can actually say a lot better neighborhood, safer, neighbourhood life changing stuff, as our Michigan talking to news, as Paul Hawkins. We're gonna talk about the worldwide passion for dragons, fighting dynasty.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"If you spend two thousand dollars, you get a two thousand dollar credit if you spend another two thousand you get a five hundred dollar credit in other words in order to get a twenty five hundred dollar credit. You have to spend four thousand. So it's not really a one to one deal is it one to one deal for the first two grand, but not one to one for the full twenty five hundred bucks. And if you have money in a five twenty nine plan, and you withdraw money from the five twenty nine plan on a tax rebate basis. And you use that money to pay for college expenses. You can't also claim the credit in other words, you can't have both ways. Does that makes sense? So if you're going to spend twenty five hundred bucks, and you're gonna get the American opportunity tax credit. You can't use five twenty nine withdrawals in order to get that credit. It's complicated. No. So I didn't tell you what expenses qualify. I didn't tell you the rules for how students qualify because it's cumbersome and detailed off Tom on a radio show to get into. It's all simply say this. If you want to see if any of this works for you because you've got it kinda, right? But not totally right. You should talk with a financial planner or your tax advisor. So if you have a child who you think one day is going to go to college. You need to give us a call triple eight plan RIC because we need to take a look exactly at how much money is your kid going to spend going to college. How much money is are you able to save at the moment on college? Should you be saving in a five twenty nine plan versus not, and I will simply give you this little shorthand answer. Lisa. Odds are very high that you should be saving in the five twenty nine. Even though this tax credit is available. Why because they're not mutually exclusive as we noticed you're going to spend a lot more than four thousand dollars a year on qualified expenses. So the American opportunity tax credit isn't going to solve the entire problem. Meaning you'll be able to make tax free withdrawals from the five twenty nine. And simultaneously us money outside of the five twenty nine in order to pay for some of those college expenses, especially since the tax credit is only good for the first four years of college. But the average student takes six years to get a degree. I know it's confusing and I'm sorry about that. But hey, ain't my fault blame congress..

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Not doing the two thousand dollars worth of work. Right. But if you can sell it for four now. Well, then it would be worth fixing it 'cause you'd make an extra thousand dollars by fixing it because four plus the two major six in it, you're selling it for seven. You see what I'm talking about? So yeah, my guess is depending on what the how much of its body work, and how much of the two thousand is body work, and how much of it is transmission, you said minor transmission? So if the transmissions five hundred in the body works fifteen hundred my guess is this truck will probably bring six if it's worth seven fixed. And that would mean, I would sell it. Okay. And I'll take that six and my two thousand that I was getting ready to spend eight thousand dollars or more. If you had some more cash to put with it. But somewhere in that range, you know, something like that. But you know, sometimes people are calling me like with a hoop Dee and they're driving a car that's worth fifteen hundred dollars. And there's two thousand dollars worth of repairs to be done that well, that's not gonna make that car worth two thousand dollars more. So you don't spend two thousand dollars on a two thousand on a car because it doesn't cause it to go up in value that much. So instead, you sell it for whatever it's worth salvage or whatever it's worth when it's broken, and you put your two thousand with that. And you and you move up a little bit in car. And so that's you know, that's one of car is pretty well come to the end of its life that that equation. Applies and if one fifties go longer than a hundred sixty five thousand miles without a doubt, depending on how they've been taking care of. But in your case, you know, you've got some body issues. And you've got some transmission issues that kind of change the economics on that James is with us in Tampa, Florida. Hi, James, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Sure, what's up? I wanted to get some advice on. So I have forty three thousand dollars in Sydney, bows. My wife does. And two years away from. Pencil student loan forgiveness or put my funds towards we're about thirty four thousand away from our mortgage to get rid of the PM. We're still in the whole part of it in debt. I just want to know which one would work for me better. I would pay off the student loans as soon as possible. Okay. Even though the student loan forgiveness is potentially they need to do some research on student loan forgiveness. It's not happening. Yeah. Yeah. There's like seventeen thousand people have made application in two hundred and fifty federal student loans forgiven. That sounds right. It's not occurring. And so, yeah, it's it's a freight. It might be the biggest head fake that the government has ever given the American public, so the, but you know, I hope that changes because a whole bunch of people had that as their strategy to get out of debt. But in.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A year to two thousand dollars a year. Plus two hundred and fifty dollars for a non working spouse. Now, we're talking back in one thousand nine hundred eighty one the two hundred and fifty dollar contribution allowance for nonworking spouses made the birth of the spousal IRA and in nineteen Ninety-six onto the small business job protection. Act signed by President Bill Clinton, the savings incentive plan match for employees. Simple IRA's was first implemented this IRA provided for employer matching and contributions to employees IRA plans and served as a good alternative to a 4._0._1._K. These were created as a part of the revenue act nineteen seventy eight hundred president Carter expanded on the small business job protection. Act also increase the amount for spousal IRA from two hundred and fifty dollars today annual limit for working spouses of two thousand dollars at the time. Yeah. Exactly. So that they could get the same amount. Your wife. Isn't working your husband is working as as your spouse. And then along comes the Roth IRA came into existence as part of the taxpayer relief act of nineteen ninety seven. Of course, it was named for William Roth the center when introduced the Bill, of course, he deemed the Bill the Roth IRA after himself the same legislation also introduced the educational IRA and these two IRA's are alike in the sense that contributions are made with actor tax money butter tax free upon distribution, not surprisingly funds contributed to an education IRA were to be used only for educational purposes. The education IRA is now called the Coverdale education savings account Coverdale ESA or yeah. And then they they had a catch up provision. Consumer protection that the economic growth in tax relief reconciliation act of two thousand one increase contribution limits. And for the first time added a catch up provision for tax payer age. Fifty and over the. The. Lagging behind they see if they. At that time, you're saying oh crap. Time really is flying by the also provided for non refundable credit certain contribution to IRA and four one plant for a one K plan of the bankruptcy abuse prevention and consumer Protection Act two thousand five at it and expanded bankruptcy protection for most recently, the consolidated appropriations act twenty sixteen may qualify charitable distributions QC, d for individuals seventy and.

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760

"Educate you, and so today we're talking about the difference between the mistaken, investing and a mistake in taxes, JoAnne, Huber CPA, certified financial planners. You're gonna be joining us here in just a few minutes, and she's going to talk to us about tax mistakes. But let's continue on this whole idea of investment. Mistakes. And you talked about one of the number one mistakes was not understanding the risk. We've talked about how you cure mistakes, which is by having a good solid financial plan put together by financial planner who is a fiduciary, and then identifying exactly what you're money needs to do. But then they're still emotion. Of course, it's fear, and it's greed. And if you let emotion make your investment decisions, you're gonna make more mistakes than you're going to get things. Right. You know, the common thing is people who have portfolios, then get statements every thirty days, and they're always measuring the thirty day result or they're looking online, and they're looking at the one day result or the one week result. Right. But the, you know, the reaction is lost another two thousand dollars. Well, the how much was the market down. How much did I participate in that whatever then you have to add back in what dividends you might have received during that period interest income, it's? Cetera. But we have a society, which is been driven on results. And the results are paired every twenty four hours because we have such communication devices to be able to see that. Well, so let's get to this whole idea of bud of fear and greed. Let's back up over the theme song here. Turn back time. Nineteen ninety nine okay. Okay, right before right before the dot com. Bubble burst right in nineteen ninety nine seventy percent of the money that entered the NASDAQ or the technology heavy index during that tech bull run occurred. Seventy percent of money came into the market in the last three months of nineteen ninety nine people were scared of missing out the greed. Finally, got the best of them. Oh my God. I'm tired of sitting here. Watching these other people get these forty and fifty and sixty percent returns. I gotta get in on this score. Stay put their money in. And then what happens we get the tech bubble? Bursting NASDAQ falls by over seventy percent as in falls along with along with it. But then the, but these people then they panic and the they got out they didn't understand what they were buying. They didn't understand the valuations of what they were buying. They didn't understand the fundamentals behind the companies that were inside of the mutual funds that they owned and so without an understanding of what was owned they bought the wrong time, and they sold at the wrong time. That's classic fear and greed, and let's talk about the possible tax consequences associated with that. Because whether you made a lot of money at that particular point in time, and you locked it in you had to pay your capital gains tax on what that was or if you lost money, you might have had some carry forward tax loss that you could use as well. But if you did it in your 4._0._1._K, your IRA that matter because you early taxed on what the distributions are going to produce true. So let's let's continue on this idea of fear and greed, but why do people act on fear and greed? Let's ask. Let's go to a real case here, gene that we were talking about briefly during the break. Okay. So if you know, what you own it helps it doesn't necessarily take away the fear, and the greed, but it helps because you know, what you own it rationalize is your ownership. Yes. So let's just take a company that everybody in America would recognize Proctor and gamble. Right. Right. Well, what does Proctor and gamble mate, soap, so well and a lot and they own a lot of other companies that that are basically, it's household good. It's consumer Staples. Is what Proctor and gamble distribute? They they manufacture distribute. So yeah, it's what I call forever. Green. You know, because you know, people will always hopefully have soap, so we can be next to each other without embarrassing. So so if you own most of the people that own Proctor and gamble stock as a standalone stock they either worked for Procter and gamble. They had a relative that worked for Procter and gamble. They have always relied on Proctor and gambles dividend and that dividend has produced income for many people in retirement. And yet you see Proctor and gamble stock changing in value. So let's just go back to two thousand and fifteen Proctor and gamble stock. In November two thousand fifteen was ninety dollars a share. And then all of a sudden dropped by the summer of of the following year to sixty eight dollars a share. And then it was back up to eighty eight dollars a share. And then it was back down to about seventy five dollars a share. And so. What happens here is you get this, and that's all within about a four year period. So you could say well, gosh, I own that stock for four years than it did make anything, but I'm gonna tell you the people that own Proctor and gamble stock. And know what the company does. And how the company makes money they didn't care, and what the dividend was they knew the dividend and the dividend was the most important thing. That's why they bought it. Or that's why they own it is for the dividend for the income. And that's why they could be patient hopefully patient during that very difficult time. Right. So they get it. They they they can think. Okay. I get it. Right. So just like if you were to go out and buy let's just say Amazon stock or apple stock, right? So you can look at these. And these companies are in the news, and you know, what they do, and you know, how they make money. And so if the stock price changes, you ask yourself the question, well, did did something fundamentally changed within the company to 'cause that stock price to change in value or was it simply emotion driving the markets was it money flowing in money flowing out. But if something didn't fundamentally change. With the company you can go. Okay. Well, the company still in good shape, but still growing earnings, etc. Etc. I'm going to continue to hold onto that stock. Okay. So here's where the problem comes in. Now. Inside your 4._0._1._K or your IRA's or your trust accounts joint accounts for whatever it is. Maybe you own an ETF, maybe you own a mutual fund will what do those mutual funds or ATF's own if the market start going wacky and those mutual funds fall in value those ATS fallen value. All the sudden, you're like, I don't understand what's in this thing. I don't understand what it owns this could go to zero as a reality is probably not. And there's ways to dive in and understand that. And that goes to the whole point of what we're trying to say is no what you own why you own it. And how it likely reacts during periods of economic expansion and during periods of economic contractions because we're gonna have both. Yeah. Let you really saying is be prepared. And if you know the history and people that have held these companies, I don't care if it's AT and T or whether it's partner and gamble. They've experienced this type of volatility if they've held it. Let's say for twenty years, and so therefore they understand that they can live through these types of things and still come out a winner. And the thing that sustains them during that period of difficulty is the dividend. Right. But we simplified that a ton because nobody's going to say. Well, let's just go take all my retirement money and put it into Procter and gamble. Let's take all my retirement money and put it into eighteen nobody's going to do that. Right. Right. Because then you lacked the diversification that you need. All right. So here's what you do. You create a well-thought out financial plan and responding specifically to those of you that plan to retire within the next ten years or who are already retired because an investment mistake at this stage of your life can change everything it can ruin a you know, what you would dream of as your ideal retirement. And but you and I saw happen to a lot of people that were not clients of ours prior to the dot com bubble that we're not clients of ours prior to the two thousand eight financial crisis create the plan, but in order to create the plan, you need knowledge you need to understand what this plan. Dan needs to involve what it needs to do and the questions that need to be asking. So to help you do that we've created the retirement plan checklist..

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Get behind us and B R Albany, New York rally this thing is going viral and spread it now to over ten cities. They're going to be live streaming our event again with no money on this is becoming expensive event twenty thousand dollars for this new Albany. I had two thousand dollars for a few days ago. So it gets to get some of our speakers there. But I just thought it put this on our heartland, and we really believe that this is a call to action right now day of warnings. So please, go to morning dot org. And I hope I get some of your listeners in Albany New York on the twenty third being where where's it being held in Albany? The venue is awesome. Was actually the Empire State plaza convention center ram enlists the discipline. It is literally underneath the ground where Cuomo and the radical feminist signed and celebrated and cheered like they had won a Super Bowl game when they signed that infanticide law. It's like Satan thought you crushed. But he didn't realize that we were just seeds, and we're going to be seeds under the ground here. We're gonna rise out from under the ashes of this terrible infanticide law, and we are going to see an end to the child killing. I believe as a result of cash, you know, it's interesting. And just hard to go. You know, religious on you hear more than we already have. But in my face, all of our baptism will funds are underground because we believe that it is dying and pink cleansed and rising again. So we all of our baptism. Oh funds have to be in the basement level or at the ground level underground and. It's striking to me that you're holding this underground as you are as your morning, death and coming back up out from under the ground. Hopefully, renewed I I'd like to talk to you more about this myself. I'd I'd like to help you in any way. I can. You are. Facing pushback, and and it's pretty extreme at times. And a lot of people when you say, you gotta stand up a lot of people say, I can't lose my job. I can't I can't do this. I can't do that any thoughts on that for the average person. I'm afraid that too often we think that, you know, living for God is is more of a popularity contest than it is actually, you know, fighting a winning a battle. And so when people say to me that they can't do what I do. They lose their job. They need to realize that I can lose everything because what I do too. A couple of weeks ago. I got an Email that said, I will murder you and your children you had experienced this, of course, on a on a larger scale over the years as well. I have had unbelievably slanderous hit pieces written against me, and my family and feared sixty thousand times on the internet. Unbelievable wise that could ruin and that could ruin my husband. My husband is a medical doctor and people call my husband's hospital, they find where he works. And they tell lies about us. They call us terrible names child abusers they make up things about and so we can lose everything to and so please, you know, we can't use as an excuse reputations. And and our jobs. Do we love our stuff more than we love the future that we're going to hand down to the next generation? That's my all consuming all at all times as I'm working as I'm doing activism the ministry. We do. I'm always thinking about my children, and their children, my future, grandchildren. Fifty years of Christian sitting on their butts into us doing nothing because Jesus was gonna come back and rescue us. All is what has landed in this place. We have got to see that. We are to be the salt in light of the world. We're not supposed to wait for Jesus to combat Jesus. Does it come back for two hundred more years? What kind of hellhole is this going to be at that point? If we don't all rise up and do our job and do what we're supposed to date. We are talking to an amazing woman Elizabeth Johnston. She is you can find her at activists. Mommy dot com..

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"But yet he's going to push himself in his current life to get there and in that process or in that pursuit. He ends up. I don't know making rockets re-lane on the ground like he does these amazing feats that because he's shooting for a bigger goal than than what you're actually seeing him. Do. Right. I think that is pretty critical to and there's you know, there's one of these famous like motivational quotes in the, you know, it's like, you know, if you set the goal really high, you know, even if you fail you'll still be beyond everybody else. Who didn't I think there is something to that? I think it's important to remember that the goal itself doesn't make doesn't mean that you'll follow through and do it. But it does help because I think where it helps is I think we all have. These self limiting beliefs that we just kinda cumulate over the years. And even if you look at like little kids, and I have two little kids now once five and one's three and they just have an immense amount of confidence in their own ability to learn and grow and somewhere along the way. I don't know where it is. Maybe it's in school. But we we just kind of get this message ingrained into our heads that now like you don't you can't really do that much like you can improve in your life. But maybe like five percent from what we see here. Like, we basically know everything we need to know about you. You're never gonna be good at this. You're never going to be good at that. You're never gonna accomplish this. You know, if if you were going to accomplish it you would already be on track and be like a child prodigy or something like that. And you know, these are the voices that I think we believe most of the time. And so I think a lot of people like you mentioned Yulon must like a lot of people. Just don't even have that goal because they don't see it as possible. As like, you know, I could bring the kind of insight that's needed. If we are going to colonize Mars like I can do that. I can contribute. They just think. Not it's too lofty. That's too much. Can't do it. And so it's like we we're our own worst critic, and we're, you know, in a lot of ways, we're the ones keeping ourselves back. I think yeah. I deeply resonate with that. And I feel like I'm very lucky to get like emails from all these people who have essentially like done these amazing things were recording another episode today. And this person emailed us, and they paid seventy two thousand dollars in student loan debt years on teen dollars an hour. You know, and they also holy sh-. Right. And they also have to live and eat. And if we were to sit here on postulate, if this would be something that would happen. Like, I would probably say like, no like, let's go let's get some more reasonable goals. But you know, if you said it as this is what I'm going to do. And we have been conversation before on this where you kind of like back out of it. Well, okay. So this is going to do in three years. What do I need to do every year month every day? Like inch towards there. And I think when you look at that. And I think it's, you know, one of the things that we also we don't realize that the compound effect of positive habits. And so, you know, like, for instance, I mean, if you decide that you're gonna write every day the amount of improvement. That's going to happen over a month is going to be almost negligible. And you're gonna think this doesn't this doesn't work to improve your writing like you. I wrote for an entire month, and it doesn't work, and you're gonna give it up. What happens is if you write every day for a year, you're not even going to notice the Jerusalem..

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"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

Gilmore Guys

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand dollars" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

"Bottomless closet. I tell you. I two thousand dollars in my closets about I'm not gonna find two thousand dollars in my closet. My life for a moment. I'm broke I'm working less at the gas lights from fallen further behind. I'm begging people call me because I can't afford the call them. I am picking up half. Eaten apple out of trash cans at the port authority. It's getting diet year. I'll pay your phone Bill. How about that forty six bucks? Hope that I would have to borrow from my father, my father that doesn't have any idea why you'd be paying the phone Bill of a friend that he's never method. You're not even supposed to know great plan. Don't worry about me. I'll be fine. I get it. Okay. I'm lucky I have support system. You don't be sorry. Forget I. City. It's good for me to know. I manage it doesn't go to her client saying she's worried about money, she goes out, and she gets money. I take on the burdens your the artist your things. Harding trying something hard. So it's weird. I wrote a note down from after listening that and realize like her lot midges life. Does not have that much consequence. Like, even if she fails at stand up it still like not like her life will cease to exist it and like in the first season. It's all about Kanshi. She make it in this world. And she proves that. And that's really cool. Now, I don't know what the stakes are other than I need her to succeed. So that Suzy can survive, and we love Suzy so much that you root for that. But I feel like midges life doesn't have actual consequences. But her actions have consequences against Suzy. Yeah. They have to tie her care to her. Actually that was like a nice narrative trick in this episodes. They they tie her success to a person's like livelihood wellbeing, and like where this person sleeps. So you do care about a low more than like, you can still. Yeah. I absolutely works for me. You can indulge in all the kind of like rich Manhattan, the production design of those apartments, and I sort of lifestyle in those costumes, but still make it like it's not just about like someone good becoming great even though that's interesting too. But then tie to like Suzy's got to eat. Yeah. You can't just be in frigging rotten apples out the watch. And watch watching Luigi TV. TV was fun TV legitimately. It was so silly. And I thought he was so cute that whole Italian family and her apartment every time it cut back to those. This is great. I learned never upset. No. They love they love it. And I'm always wear they ping. Oh, it's very fun. It was cute. Then you see David Famer again, Harry, Drake. They have a show biz exchange. Just like we should do line. She look good. The weather bub-bubba baton the man who I guess sent people to kill her in theory. But there which is kind of a nice Hollywood metaphor short incredible backbiting, really really depletes it as place. It reminded me of all our conversations we have off my. Yeah. I mean, it it is kind of weird about and and. I was also thinking about. Oh, yeah. On the subject. Dude. You can't say that. Let's. Get you in tried so dangerous bleep that out. You're You're gonna. going gonna. The may not take we pay for extra bleeps paper bleeps. Yes. So yeah, it's really really hard guys. You guys knew I was a bad. Boy when you Invited me me. when you rode your motorcycle directly into the studio. Okay. So on this subject palladino 'isms, we've talked in the past about specific lines or not so specific lines. Sometimes it's like, hey. Latinos, like want wanna get lunch, lunch and other episodes before midge drink water Michelle Simms, drink water. I don't know what we're doing here. But I will say someone misreading the room in kind of ruining someone's wedding while making a toast at their wedding reception. Does feel like a palladino ISM? Yeah. It fields is that fair. I mean, it's not unfair. I'm not mad ink you, but it doesn't justify it. Either. Super cool party or what fifty sixty two hours your old podcast move on. But, you know, the talk about maybe it's a little hammered at lanes leading. And she says all those inappropriate things like marriage. It's not for me..

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