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"wallich" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"Welcome to the ai today. Podcast i'm your host kathleen mulch and i'm your host wallich knows or and this podcast episode continues what we did a podcast episode or two ago where we were talking about the reasons why. Ai projects fail. And if you're just hearing this podcast for the first time. Amy you just tuned into today for the first time which gets welcome. You are part of a great family. Podcast we really try to focus on the here and now making a i work you know. Our perspective is on the people who are dealing with. Ai today we we love the future of what can be. We love the promise. We love the the all the great things you hear about the research and science fiction and what the vendors are saying but on this podcast we focus on the here and now today people actually trying to make the stuff work and well. You may not be surprised but people are having a hard time. There is a high failure rates of ai projects. And well we're going to get into. Why exactly those products are feeling exactly. So you know. If you're not familiar with us. Ron and i are with cognreznick run. Ai focused research advisory in education firm. So we have been around for many years and so has our podcast so throughout the series Throughout the course of pag melinda we've talked to many many vendors we've talked to many end users and enterprises government organizations on how they're actually you know eh guy today so how they're actually implementing a today and over the course of these many years. We have seen a number of reasons why projects fail and you know in general. There's some general themes and so that we thought it was important to have this. Ai failure series with the podcast. Because we wanted to talk about you know. What are the reasons that we're seeing letter listeners. Know these reasons and then why they're occurring and how you can help to overcome them so in today's episode we really wanna talk about One of the reasons we've seen my i..
"wallich" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"When it comes to bring you the latest on the single lawsuit against the rams. The nfl easiness. Also stan kroenke. We're we're going to stop at no expense no inconvenience. This audio is being recorded lambert. Who supposed to be recorded. When i was in los angeles but the american airlines flight from saint louis to la leaving at three pm will now be leaving sometime after eleven pm. But that's neither here nor there so kilcoyne conversation the intros as we call it company you from c. Seventeen gate c seventeen but the conversation before i left the house to head to la for hopefully little extended red. October cardinals dodgers on wednesday night. But i had previously set up an interview with Daniel wallich who is a sports legal analyst longtime civil attorney..
"wallich" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"How soon do you do inc interest. Are you about inflation. How do you see that trade off and one of the things that we know. Is that the only time that we re into. The labour markelle minorities disadvantaged in only time we get wage. Compression is when we have really tight labor market and to me. It's it's worth risking little inflation in order to address some of the grave inequalities in our society. I wonder whether you will be the riper in that critical moment. Moreover one of the critical issues going forward is are we going to have another financial crisis like we have back in two thousand eight memories are sure not a people. Think that's ancient history but it's not it can come back again. And that's where his proclivity to side with wall street and engage in deregulation is very troublesome. The dodd frank. Bill did not adequately deal with pro really regulating the financial system and since then the regulations we've had what we really need is strengthening regulations to deal with encouraging a capital. Move as you said into productive activities and doing the real risk not only the financial risk taking that we saw in two thousand eight but a new set of risks that are on the horizon now is our climate risks. He says those are issues that congress ought to deal with but they are issues a financial stability with their we have a repricing of of fossil fuel aspects or other aspects that are going to be affected by climate change. It will make what happened and with the subprime mortgage market look like a picnic and with that did to. Our financial system is an corran laughs. And why we have include climate risk in any stress testing joe. We want to get to the cost of war. You wrote a book on this. But i the world. Health organization's africa directors condemn plans by the us and other wealthy countries to offer third dose. Cova vaccine booster shots. Well only two percent of africa's one point three billion people have been fully vaccinated. Dr macci so moity said the. Us should have given priority and must do it now to poorer nations. This is whether said moves by some countries globally to introduce booster shots. Threaten the promise of a brighter tomorrow. Africa as some richer countries ward back scenes. They make a mockery. Frankly of vaccine equity. You've just written an article on this issue along with lori wallich and i'm wondering if you can talk about it's called will corporate greed prolong the pandemic. Can you talk about pakistan equity dirt. It's very clear that we're not all where we're not going to be safe until the whole world is safe as long as the disease is festering someplace in the world. There are going to be mutations. We know that. And we know that these mutations can be more contagious more dangerous and even more vaccine resistant so within our own self interest that we get the disease control it everywhere but right now there are two problems this issue of vaccine equity who gets the vaccine and who doesn't and and disproportionately united states is getting a real access to the vaccine and the developing country simply are not but to me. The real issue is lack of supply. There is no excuse a year A more well more than a year after the cove nineteen started well after we discovered the vaccines that work that there should be this kind of supply shortage market economy has the ability to produce these vaccines i. I'm afraid that their redo their limiting the production to keep the price up. The head of pfizer was hoping that he could sell each does for one hundred hundred and seventy five dollars. Something that cost far less than that so to me. The first priority ought to be revving up production so that there is a supply for everybody in the world and finally the costs of war. You wrote a book on this subject as biden polls. Us troops out of afghanistan title of my book we wrote on the more than a decade ago was the three trillion dollar war twenty out the high cost of the war in our ghanistan in iraq. We knew that our numbers were conservative. But as time mounted on the cost mounted up what we've discovered is that the cost just a caring for our ramp twenty seconds is in the trillions of dollars. The war has been little benefit but enormous cost to our society. We're to thank you so much for being with us. Joe stiglitz nobel prize winning economist columbia university professor former chair of the council of economic advisors Among his books people power and profits progressive capitalism for an age of discontent. That does it for our show. I mean me goodman than solace stay safe..
"wallich" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"How soon do you do inc interest. Are you about inflation. How do you see that trade off and one of the things that we know. Is that the only time that we re into. The labour markelle minorities disadvantaged in only time we get wage. Compression is when we have really tight labor market and to me. It's it's worth risking little inflation in order to address some of the grave inequalities in our society. I wonder whether you will be the riper in that critical moment. Moreover one of the critical issues going forward is are we going to have another financial crisis like we have back in two thousand eight memories are sure not a people. Think that's ancient history but it's not it can come back again. And that's where his proclivity to side with wall street and engage in deregulation is very troublesome. The dodd frank. Bill did not adequately deal with pro really regulating the financial system and since then the regulations we've had what we really need is strengthening regulations to deal with encouraging Capital to move as you said into productive activities and doing the real risk not only of the financial risk taking that we saw in two thousand eight but a new set of risks that are on the horizon now is our climate risks. He says those are issues that congress ought to deal with but they are issues a financial stability with their we have a repricing of of fossil fuel aspects or other aspects that are going to be affected by climate change. It will make what happened and with the subprime mortgage market look like a picnic and with that did to. Our financial system is an corran laughs. And why we have include climate risk in any stress testing joe. We want to get to the cost of war. You wrote a book on this. But i the world. Health organization's africa directors condemn plans by the us and other wealthy countries to offer third dose. Cova vaccine booster shots. Well only two percent of africa's one point three billion people have been fully vaccinated. Dr macci so moity said the. Us should have given priority and must do it now to poorer nations. This is whether said moves by some countries globally to introduce booster shots. Threaten the promise of a brighter tomorrow. Africa as some richer countries ward back scenes. They make a mockery. Frankly of vaccine equity. You've just written an article on this issue along with lori wallich and i'm wondering if you can talk about it's called will corporate greed prolong the pandemic. Can you talk about pakistan equity dirt. It's very clear that we're not all where we're not going to be safe until the whole world is safe as long as the disease is festering someplace in the world. There are going to be mutations. We know that. And we know that these mutations can be more contagious more dangerous and even more vaccine resistant so within our own self interest that we get the disease control it everywhere but right now there are two problems this issue of vaccine equity who gets the vaccine and who doesn't and and disproportionately United states is getting a real access to the vaccine and the developing country simply are not but to me. The real issue is lack of supply. There is no excuse a year A more well more than a year after the cove nineteen started well after we discovered the vaccines that work that there should be this kind of supply shortage market economy has the ability to produce these vaccines i. I'm afraid that their redo their limiting the production to keep the price up. The head of pfizer was hoping that he could sell each does for one hundred hundred and seventy five dollars. Something that cost far less than that so to me. The first priority ought to be revving up production so that there is a supply for everybody in the world and finally the costs of war. You wrote a book on this subject as biden polls. Us troops out of afghanistan. The title of my book we rode on the more than a decade ago was the three trillion dollar war. Twenty out the high cost of the war in our ghanistan in iraq. We knew that our numbers were conservative. But as time mounted on the cost mounted up what we've discovered is that the cost just a caring for our ramp twenty seconds is in the trillions of dollars. The war has been little benefit but enormous cost to our society. We're to thank you so much for being with us. Joe stiglitz nobel prize winning economists columbia university professor former chair of the council of economic advisors Among his books people power and profits progressive capitalism for an age of discontent. That does it for our show. I mean me. Goodman gonzales stay safe..
"wallich" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Since i was off work. I got trapped again and watching theories about the shining okay. I've made a link to our youtube page to this guy. His name is rob ager but he has a lot of different reviews as a deep collective thought into different movies and he has this whole theory behind the shining. That i totally totally love anyway. James mason was friends with kubrick and was on the set of the shining and showed in the bedroom. It looked like right before. Jack nicholson was getting ready to act the door into bathroom. And james mason is hanging out. He's hanging out. He was allowed to come on the set. James mason had two daughters. That were there with him. And jack nicholson you know. Met everybody the two daughters. Were wearing kind of like the same type of dresses that the grady twins were wearing. And it was okay. It was really kinda creepy. But but yeah rob ager goes into that and it's it's pretty freaking cool. I gotta tell you very interesting. Rob agers site is called collaborative learning. And i beg everybody. Hey go check this stuff out has got a lot of cool shit. And he's not just anybody that's breaking down the film's he's actually very intelligent man. That's that's doing some good research on these projects really really cool stuff. But he's been doing videos for quite some time. Collaborative learning collated learning. That is the whole reason. I wanted to bring up the destructors. What are they destructing thing knocking. Donna howson oh no. It's just a bunch of guys driving around in cars in doing spy stuff. I think okay. And i'm just going to guess sexually assaulting women probably expected that just goes with the territory. Nineteen eighty one. Anthony quinn within the salamander Was he the salamander With franco nero. Now i see his wild is and martin balsam sybil banning christopher lee cleave on little ally wallich was like hall else. Man who's paul l. smith. He's he's the beast rabban from dune. Oh he's also bluto and popeye as a beard. A definitely looks like blue Ally wallich man love eli wall in cleveland. Little was. I don't think he was in a ton of movies now..
"wallich" Discussed on While They Nap
"So you've you turn your your your your three to nine and then what's your next move. Feel like okay yeah. I'm in a position right now. I can talk about this. And i need to talk about this. Was that transit was a bad move or was there another move. That was like gnome now. I need to share this with the world while actually ever since i was really excited I didn't even know necessarily too much. But i just sort of putting it out i. Hey divas know about cryptocurrency leg. Yeah we're investing flipping their money making really good gains and said. Put it out there while i was really learning in a lot of learning as wallich at that time because normally talking. I didn't really know anyone that was really doing it right. Aside from appearance in some people aren't working with. So i was just everything from them right us out there looking at different books and stuff like that but really learn a lot from them on and then it wasn't until cryptocurrency Goff my twenty seventeen. That i realized that other people that were really into it as well. often says different events like that this really learn as much as they can and really Decided on like after twenty. Seventeen happens were Everything went up. Everything came back down. I realize a lot of people start investing but because they didn't know what they were doing last money as well. Yes and i think that's why. Some people here crypto or bitcoin. They're a little bit hesitant as well matt too volatile that you don't scammers that use different type idea around it that i'm also really focused on educating people about the good things and how to get in the right way yes as well now we can go over to the first question. People wanna know right away. How how do we begin. We'll housing incur are. And what is what the heck is it not that. That was the first question. From what what. What and how. I my first impression of it before it was black market money long. Yeah because you're right negative feelings about it. People think it's like oh. This is something that people who use the embezzle money it's something that like it's like it's not something that like you know an quote unquote honest person. Would want to us to invade. But we're learning more and more that that is most definitely not the case. And yeah. There are always in the people in like using crypto. Who may be doing things that are legal but there are people doing things that are illegal that are investing in the bank and the stock market. And like exactly. And see if i say so. It's like no area of investment is exempt from illegal activity. Ride exactly exactly so please. Yeah to sense question. What and how definitely intensive wet. I always liked it. A lot of people when they talk about cryptocurrency gatley technical but just keep a simple easy to relate to but in terms of lead like to say it's very similar to how we do on like each transfers online banking right now. Because if you think about it my banking you're not actually seeing the money but you're sending to someone else or you're moving at between different accounts..
"wallich" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Circles. Honor cheeks and kazan. She'll tennessee look here. You already right such bizarre characters. He should let me put somebody real in and it'll make it interesting. A real person who is acting in a bizarre way is good his way the And do you remember in that case. Which senior audition with town. Yeah so. I think the question that i always wondered when i'd see the that movie and you're a great performances when you were signing up for that movie did you fully. Had you seen a full script. Did you realize that this was going to be a pretty risque movie. No nobody's thought that nobody know we. It was very funny in the beginning before they condemned it. They glowing stories in magazines. And everything about how funny. It was delightful the characters were and then of course the moment that it became banned from by the crista by the catholic church then everybody started printing. Dr pictures in imagining things like i was in the crib and he like called in with me. None of that was true and everybody was heartbroken that the legion of decency condemned us because we were passed by the motion picture. censorship board. But you don't. I mean i it seems to me and this is not at all. This is not a criticism. I think it's fantastic but it was four. Its day i mean some of that stuff had to have had some innuendo can't kazan's at this is the most sensual film i've ever done. Yes of course roy. So it was meant to be but it should be funny and debate thing that i found that only years later was the reason it was condemned was because the marriage between she and her husband was not consummated and the in the catholic church. But great. funny lines about it. You know like oh eastern waiting. Well we should say that. The unconsummated marriage was with an actor who you'd mentioned earlier who i had been at the studio with you. Right carl maldon and then the other person that comes into this was also somebody who had been at the studio. Eli wallich so you guys must have felt very comfortable with each other. Oh yes the wonderful thing about kazan. Is we went on location very early. And we use the house. We used all the props on everything and we rehearse rehearse rehearse and there's nothing like her saying is so idle it so important yes so it made it easy now has to tell you one of the famous stories this. I'm i'm back in new york and as you said. The films were made very close together so they were both opening in new york two weeks apart both giant and they be dull. Now when i was on giant i was under contract to warner brothers and the publicity people were constantly bring reporters up to me and say oh you must meet her. She's a new girl. She's so excited. Well excuse me with jimmy. Jane and elizabeth taylor rocket. Nobody wanted to interview me. I had absolutely no experience whatsoever. So i get a phone call.
"wallich" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Didn't go with the music but nevertheless nobody said anything and that's the end of the evening you look around. Jimmy wasn't there. He didn't speak to anybody but when we are on giant. It helped me that i knew him. That was great and then also who were some of your other classmates their well. Even marie saint had just become famous. And of course carl malden was one of the grades and so was eli wallich. And so was Any jackson who was allies y and There were any number of people. They were wonderful actors. Some of them dropped out so you know they didn't do movies and things but they were marvelous actors. They're now there. There was someone who i think you were occasionally compared to who i wondered if she was still popping into the actors studio was was maryland over there. When you were there Yell she came sort of the the last day of the last week. Or so. I was there. Yes and what did you did you. would you make of each other. Did you get to the. She was very sweet. I was very bitchy. I thought it was lee. Strasberg's favorite and i thought it was the prettiest in the class. I'm in maryland. Showed up so you know by boat. We'll so your when you first were now considering opportunities for films outside you know you mentioned that giant ended up being the the first but there were a couple of things i wanted to ask you. Do you know that there were suggestions. that before. for instance. Was there ever any possibility that you were going to go with with dean. Do rebel.
"wallich" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing
"Sarah marshall director of sustainability at nova chemicals and jeremy wallich partner at mckinsey. These experts on sustainability are at the forefront of research and innovations to help us achieve ambitious climate and circularity goals. Subscribe today so you don't miss this. And other engaging discussions on how we can address one of the most practical challenges of our time the 401k provider known as for us all handles just a small fraction of the twenty two trillion dollar retirement account market. But it's taking a big leap into the world of crypto currency. It's teaming up with crypto exchange coin base to allow customers to add crypto to the retirement accounts are retirement reporter and turkington is here with the details. And i have you with us. Thanks for having me. So am this decision by for us. All is pretty unusual. What can you tell us about how it will work so for us. All is a 401k. provider It tends to specialize in smaller companies often like start up companies. It's located in california They currently have about one point. Seven billion dollars in assets that they are administering within 401k plan. So it's not a big player. It's not nearly on the scale of fidelity or vanguard where you know it's they have billions of dollars in in 401k plan. So they're a small player. And i think they're trying to differentiate themselves with offering end the way it's gonna work the way that they they have offered as it if your employer uses for us all as a 401k provider. The employer can decide whether to offer the crypto currency offering and so if the employer makes the decision to do that the employees who have the option to invest up to five percent of the assets in crypto currency and just to clarify this be an investment in a fund that holds crypto currency were investing directly in the currency itself. It's investing directly in crypto currency And so the idea the goal is that it would ideally cap at five percent of participants exposure to cryptocurrency. Now for us. all Says that once. The value of the krypton crypto currency offerings within an investor's portfolio exceeds five percent of the balance the company will notify the employee to ideally to sell some crypto currency and what they call rebalanced by limiting it capping their exposure at five percent in reality would be up to the employees to make the decision about whether to do that or to whether whether to allow cryptocurrency to continue to accrue in their account a higher percentage of the balance got it. Now you've spoken with managers of small businesses. That offer retirement accounts from four us. All what are they like. About the idea of offering crypto currency as an investment option for employees. So i spoke to a manager of a small company that provides livestream technology. And you know he likes the idea of providing this investment because he he's workforce covers all ball. Age ranges are most age ranges. but here's a kind of a concentration of younger workers and he knows that that there's been some level of excitement about crypto currency investing in. So he feels that this will provide employees with something that will kind of give them more reason to focus on the 401k plan and might give them more reason to actually save more in the plan which he thinks would be a positive and for individual retirement account holders what are the potential benefits of holding cryptocurrency in their 401k or their ira advantage of holding cryptocurrency in your 401k or ira as opposed to in it in a taxable account is that there are tax advantages. Which is that you can trade you can buy and sell without tax consequences in the 401k. Or ira because these are tax deferred accounts. You do have to pay tax eventually when you withdraw your money from the account but it's a different arrangement and it allows people to trade without paying taxes along the way but as we've seen almost daily basis the value of cryptocurrency can swing up and down. Pretty dramatically. doesn't seem like it would be a part of a recipe for steadily building up retirement savings. We'll just to be clear. I mean stocks are volatile. Investments to but crypto currency is much more volatile than stocks. So there are a lot of people who believe that cryptocurrency first of all. It doesn't have sort of the proven track record as an asset class that say stocks or bonds do there are a lot of people who believe it's too volatile. There are a lot of people who are concerned that 401k investors might invest too much in an extremely volatile asset class which would jeopardize their savings or could jeopardize their savings. So you know there are a lot of people who who believe. This isn't necessarily inappropriate investment to put into your portfolio that said the people who are proponents of this argue in favour of including a small investment. Like i said with for us all. They're arguing for capping it at five percent of portfolios value and that would be sort of an upper limit you know for some people they argue. It wouldn't be appropriate at all for example if you're close to retirement and you need to start drawing on your assets. I think the argument would be the you either shouldn't invest at all or just a very very small piece and right now this ability to invest in crypto currency as part of retirement accounts is pretty uncommon so currently within the scope of ira's it's not common at all. I mean a the brokerage platforms that most people use for their ira's companies like fidelity and schwab. They don't allow people to invest directly in crypto currencies. Now that may change in the future but right now you can't invest directly in crypto currencies. So currently there's no way to really by the the underlying crypto currencies themselves through most. Ira's there are types of our areas that you can invest in their called self directed ira's and those tend to be offered by specialized companies and self directed. Ira allow people to invest in sort of a range of assets that you can't invest in in your typical ira so in order to actually invest in the crypto currencies and the actual crypto currencies. You probably have to seek out. Some kind of specialized investment vehicle like that for an ira border. Bet looking ahead to the future from your conversations with people in the industry does seem like this sort of thing might become more common. I think the the question of whether crypto currencies gonna show up in more 401k. Plans in the future is really difficult to answer. So you know. I think in general the 401k industry especially large companies that offer 401k. Plans are kind of slow to take on new things they don't right now. most 401k. Plans are focused almost entirely on stocks and bonds you. It's hard to find. Alternative investments like private equity in these plans or hedge funds or whatever so the pace of change is very slow and employers are really concerned they wanna make sure that people invest in very prudent ways that ensure that they're gonna have their money when they need it and so i think they are very conservative and slow paced about a meeting alternatives to the traditional stock and bond portfolio. All right. that's wall street. Journal retirement reporter and turkson and nice to have you on the show. Thank you adventure briefing. Im jr waylon for the wall street journal..
"wallich" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing
"Director of sustainability at nova chemicals and jeremy wallich partner at mckinsey. These experts on sustainability are at the forefront of research and innovations to help us achieve ambitious climate and circularity goals. Subscribe today so you don't miss this and other engaging discussions on how we can address one of the most practical challenges of our time Hot housing market with buyers often overbidding sellers or seeing gains. Well above the price they originally paid and the first quarter. The median gain was more than seventy thousand dollars close to a new high. According to the real estate data tracker atom those gains would normally be taxable but a standing exemption means that sellers can avoid having to hand over a big chunk of that money. Dunkel sam like a lot of tax rules. Things can get complicated really quickly. So we asked our tax reporter. Laura saunders to come on the show and break it down for us laura. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so laura. There's a lot to digest in this tax exemption. So could you first explain how home sellers will be taxed without the exemption in the united states. A lot of people save a good bit of money in their houses and say that you bought a house for four hundred thousand dollars many years ago and you sell it for seven hundred thousand dollars that would mean that you would have a gain of three hundred thousand dollars now. They're nuances and exceptions. But four hundred thousand selling for seven hundred thousand gain of three hundred thousand that would be taxed at capital gains rates and those rights currently are up to twenty three point eight percent and could go higher and the fact that this exemption exists means that most people who sell most houses. They live in the united states. Don't that tax she. How exactly does the exemption change the math for home sellers. Well it changes it in a good way. There is an exemption of two hundred fifty thousand dollars of profit that is gained for single filers and five hundred thousand dollars of gain that is prophet for mary couples filing jointly. So that means that most home sellers in the us won't capital gains taxes on the of their primary residence and as we know home prices have been going up a lot in recent months. Seems like this exemption could really be important for a lot of people. I think it's very important. Certainly without it. People would owe tax or maybe a lot of tax. The very hot sellers market but yes. This exemption keeps people from doing a lot of tax on the sale of their home and a lot of people save a lot of money in their homes and so this is a welcome break for them. Missile this applies to anybody. Who's selling a home. Yes if it's their home and they've lived there It's you know if it's a rental property or something like that. It's not your home to to get this exemption which congress granted you need to have owned the house for two years and lived in it for two years the living part doesn't have to be continuous. It's not two years straight. It could be a month here a month there. The rules get a little bit tricky about what is residents the homeowner needs to live in the house and use it as his residence If you have a duplex and you ran out half of the home then the part that you live in gets the exemption but the part that you rent out is that's a rental property it doesn't get the exemption all of this is explained in. Irs publication five twenty three and if people are interested. I urge them to get it. Because it's really pretty clear now. They're also some tricky rules about this exemption. Regarding improvements that homeowners have made to their house before selling. Can you walk through those well. That's really important too. Because this exemption was passed by congress in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven it was not indexed for inflation in some markets people are bumping up against the exemptions limits. So people look for ways to lessen their profit so they'll lessen their taxes or maximize their exemption and One thing you get to do is including your basis. That is the point at which you start to measure gain you including your basis things like improvements to the home if you added on if you did major landscaping things like that. If you put in new age fax systems or something all those costs can be used to raise your basis and lower. Your profit also thinks like some certain legal fees or your brokers commissions and this. This could be more important. As i said people selling high end properties start to bump into the limits of the two hundred fifty thousand or five hundred thousand dollar. You don't get to raise your basis due to repairs only improvements and so the improvement would be adding on to the house. Repair would be just a new paint job inside but there are nuances here as well. I urged people to go to publication. Five twenty three and look at the difference between repairs and improvements for instance. I would think that putting a new roof on your home would be a repair but the irs allows you to call it an improvement. And that's much better now. What happens if the net gain on the sale of a home exceeds the exemption meaning. Your prophet was more than two hundred and fifty or five hundred thousand exemption level in that case You owe capital gains tax on the amount above that and some people in higher brackets might even a three point eight percent surtax on that part of the game. So it's important to understand this exemption and you can get it as often as every two years but is one of the largest single tax breaks that most people will ever have so is a good idea not to mess it up and to get good tax help before you do a sale not after okay so if somebody moves a couple of times and they sell their primary residence they can get this exemption more than once. Yes they can. That was not true under the law before nineteen ninety-seven but you can take this break as often as every two years if you meet all the requirements and before we go some listeners might have heard about president biden's plan to change the capital gains tax rate with the changes he's proposing affect the exemption for many people. Well it probably wouldn't affect the change for many people but it certainly would affect that change for some people who who live in high cost who have large gains on their homes. Maybe because they've lived in for a long time the rule there is that a portion of the game. That's able that is above one million dollars. If you have total income of a million dollars you might have to pay at like a forty. Three point. Four percent rate on that portion. So if you had a gain in part of it was below a million and part of it was above a million. You'd pay the extra on the part above a million all right. That's wall street journal reporter laura laura. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks so much for having me in that money briefing. Im jr waylon for the wall street journal..
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"wallich" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"wallich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"From california state. There is significant circumstantial evidence that the covid nineteen outbreak started from a leak at the wuhan institute of viral aji and is urging the federal government to put more pressure on china to allow for a full credible investigation into the sources of the global pandemic. The congressman said. It's the only way to prevent or quickly mitigate future pandemics new york state. Police conducted a search at the home of rochester. Mayor democrat lovely warren as part of a criminal investigation. Warren is in the middle of a reelection campaign with a primary coming up next month. Police have the search warrant is part of an ongoing criminal investigation and had nothing to do with warren's indictment on felony campaign fraud charges with that case still pending in state court. Congratulations to new york. Yankees pitcher corey kluber for throwing a no hitter on wednesday against texas rangers. Usa radio news temps constipation with belly pain. 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The fbi has linked the ransomware attack on colonial to a criminal gang known as dark side which is believed to be based in eastern europe which specializes in crafting. The malware used to breach systems and shares it with affiliates. The ransom payment made in. Bitcoin is untraceable. Bitcoin was launched in two thousand nine. Usa radio news. Hi this is dr wallich and want to tell you that arthritis is not agent. Eight thing is not a disease of aging. neither is She prosise get a hold of my book. It's all in your head. Goes into the twenty five different diseases. Get when you have osteoporosis of the skull these are all reversal. You take the healthy bone and joint. Pack 'em vitamin d three. Stay away from all the bad foods including gluten. And guess what you'll regrow all your bones including your skull in your legs and your hips and everything else contact us at usa. Radio health dot com. That's usa radio. Health dot com the confusion over mass mandates been fueled by mixed messaging. Dr fauci wants to set the record straight and iraqi from the ohio. Usa radio news bureau reports on there have been adjusting to new guidelines for mask wearing released last week by the cdc. The new guidance allows for people who aren't fully vaccinated not to have to wear masks indoors except for in crowded areas. The sudden shift caused confusion for businesses trying to reopen and recover from the effects of the pandemic. Dr anthony fauci says the confusion is not their fault that she white house medical adviser tells. Cnn that some of the confusion is coming from establishment. Trying to figure out how best to follow the new guidelines so what. These stylish woman is seven hundred. Said you know the cdc recommendations will fine but people who are fully vaccinated. Don't have to wear masks indoor. 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"wallich" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Gender violence on the island makes the eagles dark winds. We demand the state hold itself accountable and tell us the real state of emergency is the entire country shocked by the recent murders of women more stories that resonate so many of us not only because we see ourselves reflected in each of them because we also share vulnerability. The intercept is reporting. The trump justice department repeatedly contacted and eventually threatened to subpoena to researchers at mit over their analysis of the two thousand nineteen bolivian presidential election. The mit studied debunked claims of electoral fraud in bolivia. Which we're used to help justify a coup against president evo morales warning to our viewers. The story contains graphic footage of police. Violence in colombia massive demonstrations against poverty inequality continue the united nations has condemned police and military officers for violently cracking down on protesters. At least nineteen people have been killed since protests erupted last week against now withdrawn proposed tax reforms introduced by the rattling present undo k. Over four hundred people have reportedly been detained and hundreds more injured. Meanwhile here in new york demonstrations planned today to protest a new york university event featuring former colombian president auto uber or ebay. He has long been accused of human rights abuses and linked to right-wing paramilitary groups. He's also celebrated recent violence against protesters. A group of indigenous leaders and members of mexico's up teesta movement set sail on the atlantic ocean to spain. The group is marking five. Hundred years of indigenous resistance after spanish colonizers arrived to the aztec capital of technically plan which later became mexico city. These apetit hope to arrive in spain in august and we'll go on tour to europe and share their plans to fight the inequities triggered by capitalism in related news mexican president andres manuel lopez over lower has offered a formal apology to the maya indigenous community. His him was hit us. These we offer the most sincere apologies. The mind people for the terrible abuses committed by national and foreign authorities during the conquest john during the three centuries of colonial domination two centuries of independent mexico the mexican president was joined by guatemalan president alejandro. Gm matei at the ceremony which was held in the southern state of king tana row. This comes says the mexican president continues to support the construction of a massive railway and southern mexico that would cut through sacred indigenous land ancient sites and guatemala indigenous. Land and water defenders continue to be brutalized criminalized and displaced under gm mateusz government in afghanistan fighting between government forces and the taliban has forced thousands to flee their homes in southern helmand province. Is the us military started. Its official withdrawal over the weekend. Attacks have been surging leading up to may i. The previous pullout date agreed to by the trump administration biden announced. The us will withdraw. Instead by september eleventh. The twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks fighting was also reported in other parts of afghanistan. Back in the united states resident biden has temperature cordray the former director of the consumer financial protection bureau to manage the federal student and program within the department of education. The move was welcomed by progressives and student campaigners in many top democrats continued pressure biden to use executive action to cancel at least fifty thousand dollars in student debt per borrower federal. Judge has ordered the justice department. Turn an internal memo used by then attorney. General bill barr in two thousand nineteen to justify clearing former president trump of obstructing justice in relation to the russia investigation. The judge accused of leaving her core and congress about advice. He said he received on the matter. From top justice department officials the national oceanic and atmospheric administration released its updated figures for us climate averages with the new normal one degree hotter than it was just twenty years ago the data also shows the us is much wetter in the eastern and central parts of the country and drier and the west the rising temperatures mean that places like fairbanks alaska are no longer classified as a sub arctic climate but are now considered part of a warm summer continental zone and in france. New bill aimed at addressing. The nation's response to the climate crisis passed. Its first vote tuesday. The bill includes a ban on short domestic flights. When there's an alternative train route restrictions on landlords renting out poorly insulated properties. And making aeko side a punishable crime but climate groups say the measures are still too weak. This is jon. Prosser julia of greenpeace france. It's a lot that could have been sufficient if it had been passed fifteen years ago when the climate emergency was less pressing today in two thousand and twenty one that law will unfortunately not be sufficient effectively tackle global warming. It is far from them vicious enough far from allowing to reach the target the government has set itself namely reducing greenhouse gas emissions by forty percent by twenty thirty and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot or the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman. When we come back we speak with laura wallich of public citizen's global trade watch about today's important world trade organization. Meeting in geneva calls are growing for the wto to waive intellectual property rights to help gear up the production of vaccines treatments and diagnostic tests. So desperately needed in the global south. Stay with us.
"wallich" Discussed on Break The Rules
"Can people find more about you your work and then mazing mindset shift that you help people achieve so i have a website. Melissa wallich com to kankan veer right blog posts in articles even rate now has three eve. Five minute on your breath. Work practices that people. Can you use that really. Are one of them is permission to stop or to let go right into. Just move forward with more. He is so those are a great way to take a break. Get that little bit of space that we talked about and when we listen she something is actually harder for our thought patterns to be talking in our head right. We can't have to language inputs at the same exact time. Why people. I think loved podcasts and audiobooks because he keeps us out of any type of rumination or sitting we can also learn great things also on instagram so melissa h wallich there and a lot of inspiration and hosts as far as on that account and there we go. Those are the best audio post those links guests. And i'm on facebook too but olive bay not as great on facebook degree. Only only so much energy for a job right. Yes we can. We can lift those thought patterns. I have to do it all in i should or we can go but this is more fun. Exactly lean ended up. No one's we're sometimes the ones that are the hardest ourselves oftentimes well. We'll let go out there and continue breaking some roles in cognition and communication space and thanks so much for coming on. I had such a good time talking to you. Guess i could be here all day. Hopefully this information as impactful people. And i look forward to connecting with england likes..
"wallich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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This is the worst possible outcome is to pull up and leave and hope that things will turn out. Well republican senator from south carolina. Lindsey graham reacting to five inch decision to pull all. Us troops out of afghanistan today by an unveiling his plan to end us military involvement in afghanistan by september. Eleventh of this year troops will begin slowly leaving afghanistan. Starting on may first graham continues. President unfortunately has chosen the highest risk option available which is to leave no matter what. Republicans and some democrats couldn't bold in the taliban while the president says it's time to end the forever. War congressional democrats plan to introduce legislation today to expand the us supreme court by four justices a proposal that promises to draw fierce opposition from republicans. Usa radio news. Hi this is. Dr wallich and i want to tell you that. Arthritis agent eight thing. It's not a disease of aging. neither is Get a hold of my book. It's all in your head. Goes into the twenty-five different diseases. You get when you have osteoporosis. The skull these are all reversible. You take the healthy bone and joint packed. Msn vitamin d three. Stay away from all the bad foods including gluten. And guess what you'll regrow all your bones including your skull in your legs and your hips and everything else contact us at usa. Radio health dot com. That's usa radio. Health dot com has the border crisis continues to spiral out of control several. Us governors are telling me biden administration. Not in my backyard to illegal immigrants and iraqi from the ohio. Usa radio news bureau reports the department of health and human services is reportedly spending about sixty million dollars a week to care for unaccompanied minors crossing the southern border. Federal officials continue to look for more space to house. These children looking to quickly build emergency facilities. Several republican governors have sent the message that they won't be accepting any illegal immigrants in their states. South dakota governor kristi. Noem is one of those governors. She tells fox news that she will turn down any request from federal officials to send illegal aliens to south dakota. There's always a request you made I would to the states where the federal government would put the request in and ask. And what i have determined by watching. The actions of this president is that he is making america unsafe These are people that are crossing our border illegally. We do not know who they are. Multiple news sources have told us that we have people on the terrorist. Watch list that are getting into this country this way and they're not going to find a place here. In south dakota on average. The united states accepts one point one eight million legal immigrants per year. us senate homeland security and government. 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"wallich" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"What conduct where black panther house from and they all say gi whereas like they could have just done knauss outdoor landscape at appreciate that you like is nothing wrong with like the world is pretty beautiful. You donate like spice it up anymore. Yeah i keep thinking that they filmed this these places only with the trailer in mind like they keep thinking. Well we don't really need it for the movie buddy. Movie be great for the trailer. Everything will look so awesome. Yeah sometimes people will just like look at two movie thumbnails. I'm one will say more like more detailed and more lights rich in calla look good on their key. Lead samsung sixty five inch. Tv and like that was just for that one. But you know like there's nothing wrong with like a nice natural background also another thing is i. I like those nineties films. Where you can say like manhattan. No one of the skylon and you don't see like the perfect shop nece like you see a little bit of the smoke you say like a little bit of like the dirty window is installed not cleaned up which yet and you say the sun which sometimes like blows out or kind of the some like whiteness on some of the windows and stuff. But it's like you'll actually in manhattan and you're looking out at the sort of the skyline. I love that and it happens. All in the nineties manhattan was one of the biggest cities which couldn't really do it with cities. I hadn't come up yet. And japan wasn't as sort of like in the western world. You know in may like it. They went filming for the west audiences. Say manhattan was like the one you wanted to us. You know like sex in the city. That kind of stuff friends. And i just love that. Just go back to that. I totally agree. I instead of cleaning things up in a computer and cgi bits and pieces into things just place a camera outside just like in the cemetery shots just put a camera on a tripod far away from everything and just shot it. Just beautiful stuff. Did you notice that the good bad and the ugly there aren't like are there any women i can think of to There was maria. The young whore. I think they call her. That used to spend time with bill. Carson angel is get some information from not a an important character really and there was the in or the bar where the toco and he's free partners came to find blondie the innkeeper's wife tells them to get out or something out there. There's also the woman at the beginning. I think the first the second set of the movie. The wife of the guy who knows bill carson. Yeah since new rain but no. There wasn't a strong female character. I wonder if that's kind of like a common thing in like westerns. From that time or movies. I expected the gold at the end. I guess it was called. But like i was hoping that would be somewhat bills. They're like some mike actual sort of nights. 'cause like i thought bill carson would be like bill and it would be like delay bill lawson but College jerry's disciplined second thing is This is actually a prequel to the other movies in the man with no name on official prequel unofficial yet because of they obviously haven't watched the other ones but he wears like the hit that puncture three all the other films which he picks up In this field full of dollars for few dollars more. Yes which i would actually like to say. Yeah same here watch them. we'll see eli. Wallet has the my screen time really More than clint eastwood. Yeah he's the hero of the movie. He's the main character. Oh yeah yeah definitely There's no dialogue for the first ten and a half minute scenes. Maybe like that sums it up. You know that that's that's a long time This is a good one. Actually went to co is having his handcuffs. Cut off on the train row So this is like he's laying down and he has to put like the dead. God i guess like onto the tracks and then the the bit that links tree handcuffs on the weather. The train wheels. I guess guard over the tracks to like cut so The director leonie. He was just like yeah So you have to reform that really. Yeah he said it would be loud but it would be like a one hundred percent safe. So wallich was unaware of the low hanging step Which missed his head by few inches. In the wod shot step. That would have hit. His head is visible man. Can you imagine that would spain insane. I didn't think about that. Like the was the beat. Where they're jumping off of the train and Looks real and i don't all practical effect. There's no gee i so. I thought that looks like it could hurt and there was a part. Where what's his name. Blondie shits cannon to co writing a horse. And i was thinking ma'am the horse. There's no way he's enjoying this bit. But i didn't think about the train part. They actually had to shoot it with a real train. It's gonna wild. That sounds dangerous. Also a clean had stuff. He didn't like as well guess haza non-smoker he hired yeah and Of course the director he's always culpable eighty loves doing multiple takes which unconfirmed if it was just because he wanted to off. But you want to Anyway sorry according to ally while eastwood sometimes tell leoni. You'd better get it this time. Because i'm going to throw up and by the time filming had completed clint eastwood grind tide of said gio leoni perfectionism and demands the never together again. They're leoni tried to get eastwood in once upon a time in the west hundred and sixty eight. Which was i two years later. Which is that's the first mistake. Like great at least give it time. Let him forget you if you enjoy smoking. Smoking often gives you such a awful feeling. It's like it makes you nauseous. I'm he didn't like smoking. 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Alaska Villages Run Dry and Residents Worry 'If This Is Our Future of No Water'
"Number of communities in Alaska spent the summer worrying. They were about to run out of water in one native village water crisis is leading residents to drastically caustically questioned their community's future for member station K. BBI Rene Gross has more non. Wallich is located south of Anchorage on the southern Keanae Peninsula. It's only accessible by boat or plane and it's home to members of the soupy tribe mean a catas- Makarov cough stands over a large puddle water on her stove top boiling. She uses a smaller pot to scoop the boiling pulling water into a large bowl of cold water. This makes perfect water. I sponge bath. Something ca vast. Nicole isn't looking forward to you. It doesn't feel like you're clean sponge. Baths are one of the many habits. Her family has adopted since the village began running low on water last month. Non Wallich officials started shutting the water off for twelve hours every night and the state has issued a boil water notice John avast Nikolov is non on wall ex-chief and Nina's brother-in-law he says the village of roughly three hundred residents realize the water in its reservoir was running earning lower about a month ago due to lack of rain and low snowpack. We really didn't have a plan but then we started calling these AIDS and look. We're running the water. Local agencies communities and the borough government have flown embarks Jin water to the village Ca Vasna Cov says the water water has gotten low before but it hasn't caused an emergency since two thousand three KVASS knockoff adds that the villages growing population and old leaky pipes are helping or all in line to get a new water water system to replace the old beat up water line but we have no. He says the village is also looking at increasing the size of its reservoir and raising funds to buy reverse osmosis machine so they can drink drink water from the ocean ric. Thomann is a climatologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The warming climate will mean that we will want to be prepared in the future for these kinds of events. Thomann says this summer areas across the state have seen record heat and dryness Alaska's Department of Environmental Environmental Conservation pointed out that six communities dealt with water shortages this summer more than any summer in recent memory non on Wallet Resident Ivana Ash is almost as concerned about water for fish as she is about water for drinking ashes getting fish near a stream while her mother catches them nearby. I WanNa stay on help my parents because I haven't been home for quite some time and would like to spend some time with the elders back. She says if she can find a jabot swear she'll take it also do want to be in a place where there is awesome water. Feel bad about drinking or shower. Some non Wallich residents including Meena Ka Vasna Cov are considering sitting moving. KVASS Mikhalkov says are stook culture is deeply tied to this land but this summer changed things for her if this this is our future of no water what's going to happen to everybody. The village hopes that foam rain will bring reservoir levels back to normal until then they plan to keep on boiling water for N._p._R. News. I'm renee gross in Non Wallich Alaska.
'Expect Change': Robert Lighthizer Is Trump's Hardball-Playing China Trade Negotiator
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from NBC's new drama the enemy within Erica shepherd betrayed her country. Now, she's the FBI's only hope in stopping America's greatest enemy. But can she be trusted Mondays beginning February twenty fifth on NBC right now representatives of the two largest economies in the world, China and the United States are locked intense negotiations over trade leading the US delegation is US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer lighthizer is a lawyer with more than four decades of experience in Washington trade battles. He grew up in a steel port town on Lake Erie. And it is that experience that helped turn him into a major skeptic of free-trade NPR's. Jim zarroli has this profile last October, President Trump unveiled a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada it had taken months to negotiate. And as he did he turned to shake hands with a tall unassuming man who stood behind him. Holding a folder filled with papers, no matter when you call them. He was in the office or he was in somebody else's office doing the same thing. He Bob lighthizer scrape. I've heard for years I said if I ever do this wanna get lighthizer to represent us because he felt the way I did with Robert lighthizer, Trump has a trade Representative who very much shares his hard ball views on trade, if not his pugnacious style, take China, for instance, way back in the nineties lighthizer was warning that China was no ordinary market economy. It didn't play by the rules. If American markets were open to Chinese imports. He said, no US factory job would be safe and lighthizer views on China. Haven't changed over the years. Here's a speech from 2017 the sheer scale of their coordinated efforts to develop their economy to subsidize to create national champions into distort markets is a threat to the world trading system. Mm-hmm. That is unprecedented. And lighthizer has been a big critic of trade deals like NAFTA. He warned that they would devastate American manufacturing in Washington where one administration after another preached the gospel of free trade lighthizer views placed him outside the mainstream for a long time says Edward Alden of the council on foreign relations, the view in Washington has been that opening up trade is good for the United States and good for the other countries involved late Heiser is a profess economic nationalist. He's very much about what's in it for the United States, but laser is well respected, even by those. He's clashed with such as former US Trade Representative Mickey cantor who helped negotiate NAFTA for the Clinton administration Kanter says he's often been at odds with lighthizer, but he concedes that lighthizer has a deep understanding of trade law while he's bright. He's experienced. He's a confident is certainly understands these issues. Backwards and forwards, but lighthizer also has fans and some even more unusual places. He's well respected by unions. And by people on the left such as Laurie Wallich a leading opponent of trade deals. Bob lighthizer is kind of like the unicorn US R. It's like a mythical beast who actually by merit of his past work has relationships with Democrats in congress and with unions and has relationships with businesses and with Republicans Wallich, founder of global trade. Watch remembers listening to lighthizer speak-out against NAFTA in the nineties. She was surprised at her own reaction, which was. That's kinda scary that right wing Reagan administration. Republican trade guy is saying things that I seventy percent agree with since then they've often worked together in trade battles. And they talk regularly lighthizer skepticism about free trade was shaped in part by his background. He grew up in relative comfort in the Ohio city of Ashta Beulah. Mark plug Okkas worked with him at a summer job. In a grocery store is a good kid and some well-spoken. His dad was a doctor which in Nashville at that time was you know, elite social status the ash Beulah of lighthizer childhood was a thriving port town it shipped in iron ore for steel mills and shipped out coal from Kentucky and West Virginia. But much of that is gone today. Former union official Ray Gruber, drove me around town on a cold overcast day past empty storefronts and face. Needed frame houses, these days much, less freight comes through Abiolas port and many of its manufacturers have fled the big plants have all moved out and that happened late seventies early eighties. I think there's a lot shock and all because now you've got two thousand people who are looking for work. Those who know him say lighthizer brings up ash Beulah decline in conversation. And that it's affected his views on trade. Leo Gerard is president of the United Steelworkers or grew up in orca class town, and you know, how people have suffered by losing jobs. And and I suspect that that's part of why he went into the that part of the legal profession has a lawyer lighthizer represented the steel industry in Washington. He also worked on trade policy in the Reagan administration at the time. His target was Japan, which was seen as a big threat to American manufacturing jobs. Lighthizer helped push Tokyo to accept limits. On how much it exported to the US says Edward Alden. I think the Japan experience told him the only way you make progress is through threats that you're prepared to carry out to restrict access to the world's largest market, which is the United States. Now lighthizer is trying to make the same threats against China. He sees China as an even more formidable adversary than Japan its markets remained largely closed to outsiders. He says intellectual property theft is a huge problem. Here's what light is our said in two thousand seventeen expect change expect new approaches and expect action now as the country's chief negotiator on trade. Lighthizer is in a position to do something about it. And those who know him say light is at seventy one use this as his last best chance to reverse the decline of cities such as Ashton Beulah. The town. He grew up in Jim zarroli in here news. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
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