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Thanks to the Pandemic, Apple’s Big Event Was Just … an Event
"Been covering these sorts of apple events in product reveals for a while now yes. Seventy five years. Have the one compare it was definitely very different though in June we had apples developer's conference and it was pretty similar to that. So in the sense of we're getting used to this, but it's definitely different than me flying out to Cupertino waiting in line to get into a big amphitheater in a room packed full of. Apple Employees, other press, and hearing a lot of excitement about new products. And on the products, let's start with that side of things. What are your biggest takeaways from what was announced and what star listeners be thinking about when they go to buy their next of ice I think the biggest thing I want everyone to remember when they go to buy an apple device is that getting the most expensive apple device doesn't necessarily anymore mean it's the best one to get. Now sure there are going to be features that they're going to have in these higher end products like we saw yesterday with the Apple Watch series six announcement. That is a three, hundred, ninety, nine dollars watch. But we also got an Apple Watch se that starts at two hundred, seventy nine dollars and has a lot of the features you would probably want seeing that also on the IPAD so you can get a three hundred twenty, nine dollar really good ipad. You get an IPAD air new IPAD air that's five, hundred, ninety, nine dollars or you can go up to the eight hundred dollar ipad pro but that IPAD air is actually a really good value and has a lot of the same things as that pro. and. We also heard a lot about services. Apple has really been leaning into this part of its business lately. Did we get any news there? We heard a lot about services yesterday and I think it was really interesting how apple threaded that throughout the hardware announcements specifically fitness plus announcement, and this was an announcement of a new on demand video workout service think about your Peleton's about your other sort of video workout videos but this comes. With an Apple Watch or you have to pay extra ten dollars a month to get this with your Apple Watch and this really sort of emphasizes if you've got this wash if you've got this hardware, then you can also get the service and for apple that means you're going to have recurring revenue. You're going to have this customer who didn't only pay for the hardware, but is now gonNA pay a monthly service fee for this new service. So some changes there another big change normally a new iphone would be the headliner of this event that's been pushed because of coronavirus related supply chain issues. But given everything we saw yesterday do you have any predictions about what new features we might see when that eventually is announced? There is no mention of the iphone which. Actually shocking to me I figured Oh they're going to at least tease it. This is the September event. They're going to remind people. We know we usually gather for the IPHONE but coming soon. But there was none of that. I would say the biggest hint we got about what's coming with the IPHONE is that the Apple Watch will no longer ship in its box a USB adapter the one that you plug into the wall that no longer is GonNa be shipped. In. The box and apple says, that's for environmental reasons that we all have these already why do we need more of these ending up in the landfill? I think apple will do the same exact thing with the iphone coming next month will hold you to that taking a step back here. You know this event is typically meant to really hype up the products that apple announces with no iphone and you mentioned sort of a less flashy event than we're used to. Are we expecting to see an impact on apple's bottom line I would say this is one of the most boring apple events in recent history that said I actually think it could end up being one of the most successful in terms of products announced you had the lower end ipad refresh the three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars Ipad, which we know as a top seller for apple, and now you also have these new apple watches that are. Not as expensive as the usual three, ninety, nine version but one that's more affordable has a lot of health features and you have also this this backdrop of the pandemic and people wanting to spend less and focus on health and I think that the Apple Watch I it's it's been sort of less of a niche product, but it's not spread over to everyone and I. Think this year we're going to see it really broaden its horizons. And here with the announcement of not only the different pricing tiers and having three different models out. But also the family sharing this is a feature they announced where you can actually give the watch to your kid even if they don't have an iphone and you can then set it up and control it and you can also use it to track your kid if they're at school, I think that is really showing how big of A. Market Apple thinks the watch can get into. So they've had things like fall detection for people who are older. They now have this feature for those who are younger. So I really think this is the beginning of seeing the the watch a lot bigger than we had thought
Apple debuts discount watch, but no new iPhones ... yet
"Get ready for some new apple products. The tech giant will unveil new versions of some old products on Tuesday and potentially show off some new ones do, but it's going to be the first apple product reveal without its usual audience. Instead, the event will feature prerecorded demos spread out over a couple of hours. There will be new IPADS and Apple Watch additions and possibly air pod over the ear headphones plus Apple's take on a Bluetooth key finder, but there won't be any new. IPHONES. They'll be unveiled next month Jefferson Graham from USA Today's talking tech podcast as more. Let's start with the IPAD basically a higher end better looking newer IPAD air. This is the product that sells for five hundred dollars as opposed to the three hundred and twenty nine dollars entry level or the eight hundred dollar ipad pro analysts expect an edge to edge display minus a home button and something. I'm pretty excited about touch ID, which is where you press the home button instead of using face id but touch ID will be on one of the buttons on the side of the unit I hate face I It never works for me, and of course, anybody with the mask knows it doesn't work for them either. So I think this is pretty cool the Apple Watch series six it's expected to be more about software than hardware with a more powerful processing chip it's expected to be able to detect blood oxygen levels and watch users could get an improved electrocardiogram feature to check heart rate. No that the roster currently is three, ninety nine for the series five and one, ninety, nine for this series three. So I think series three is going to be replaced with a lower end watch and can't wait to see what series six all about otherwise analysts think. We might see some new over the ear headphones Cold Air POD studio along with the long rumored apple tags, which again is apple's clone of the tile. Bluetooth key tractor tile was. Really popular about two years ago and sort of lost its Mojo. So it'll be interesting to see what happens
Apple's September Event: No Crowds and Likely No iPhone
"The show for more. Everyone Jefferson Graham, talking tech, and you know were here in the middle of September and you know what that means. It's time for apple to have event to wow us with new products except this year. The event is not going to feature the IPHONE. The event is going to feature updates on IPADS and Apple Watch editions possibly era pod over the year a headphone an apples take on the tile bluetooth key finder I don't think it's going to have the same sort of pizzazz without the iphone but you know what we're GonNA end up with is to apple events one in. Mid September another in October, which will preview the new iphone which has been delayed due the the pandemic. Let me tell you what analysts expect to see start. Let's start with the IPAD basically a higher end better looking newer IPAD. This is the product that sells for five hundred dollars as opposed to the three hundred, twenty, nine dollars entry level, the eight hundred dollar ipad pro. ANA analysts expect an edge to edge display minus a home button and something that I'm pretty excited about touch ID with where you press the home button instead of using face id but touch ID will be on one of the buttons on the side of the unit I hate face id it never works for me, and of course, anybody with the mask no, it doesn't work for them either so I think this is pretty cool. The Apple Watch series six it's expected to be more about software than hardware with a more powerful processing chip it's expected to be able to detect blood oxygen levels and watch users could get an improved electrode cardiogram feature to check heart rate. Noted the roster currently is three, ninety, nine for the series five and one, ninety, nine for this series three. So I think series three is going to be replaced with a lower
The great laptop shortage of 2020
"Have you tried to buy a Laptop Lali Yep It's another victim of the pandemic, but there's more to the story. I'm Jefferson Graham, you're listening to talking tech. So the pandemic which sent everybody to work at home and learn from home also sent many people out to buy new computers for their kids or from themselves and most of what they bought where the cheap models you can buy really cheap laptops or three to four hundred dollars. They're not very good but they are cheap and they. If you don't tax them too much will do the job now they're gone and. Coupled with that is the Chinese tariffs. That the trump administration put through. So making it very hard to get those computers into our shores, the companies like Lenovo and Dell and HP have been scrambling to try to move their manufacturing out of China to countries like Malaysia in. Vietnam. And they're getting there but it hasn't happened totally yet meanwhile. You need a laptop. What are you GonNa do well forget about the cheap ones you're going to have to spend money. You're probably looking at six to eight, hundred, six, hundred, eight, hundred dollars says Tim Baharan a longtime analyst with creative strategies he recommends against buying a used computer because technology has moved on and they will not last. You doubt long better that you just spend the money I did some tests on Amazon and best buy and other sites and You can still find laptops you just GonNa pay a little bit more for them the windows computers. Again six to eight hundred dollars Max start at one thousand dollars for the MAC air go way up from there and Microsoft service is around eight hundred dollars for the entry level model. You will find a laptop just no, it's going to take a lot more work than it might have taken last year.
How brutal honesty will bring you massive profits, happiness, and success with Peter Kozodoy
"Well, fire nation we have a lot to. Talk about today, it's going to be a blast. We're talking about honest to greatness how brutal honesty is going GonNa Bring you NASA prophets happiness and success and Peter. You're upcoming book is endorsed by Barbara Corcoran, which I'm very proud and have always been very excited to say was one of our power twenty, the first twenty people I ever interviewed on this show. So she was very kind enough are never forget to take my interview while she was getting her makeup done before an episode of Shark Tank. So it was pretty cool. It has some background noise going on but overall, it was a blast and. Kudos to that, it's about using brutal honesty to achieve massive success. So I just have to ask why honesty why did that concept intrigued you so much as to write a book about it it's a great question because I actually never set out to write about speak about or frankly even care about honesty. It's surprising to me as it is to anyone that I've written. A book about something we all learned in preschool, and yet I think when we look around at the we live in right now it's pretty clear that we need a whole lot more honesty here in twenty twenty So to take you back and help everyone understand how I got here Let's go back to that that figure Skater seventeen-year-old Peter and at that age. I was the same size, five, seventy cancer a smaller younger. The two things were true. I knew two things to be absolutely true. My Life I was I was going to going to the Olympics has a figure skater unequivocally that was what was going to occur and the second thing. John's I. Was GonNa go to Harvard I, grew up on the South Shore Boston there is only one college for me it was in. My backyard that was Harvard. Well, by eighteen I had missed my shot at the Olympics was clear that I just couldn't keep my nerves together to make it work I applied to Harvard Harvard. Sent me a letter back saying thank you. But no, thank you. Don't call us. We'll call you and from that point on I won't live I, was devastated. Devastated I ended up. Going to another college and When I came out, I started a company. it ended well, it's a long story. Short story has started a video production company, my business partner I. Having no idea what we can do I I've always been the type to think I can do it better. And so the great thing about that is when you think you do a better, you can go start a business. The bad thing about that is when you think you can do a better. You actually have to go out and do it better A. So we spent a lot of years having no idea what we were doing John we were we were shooting eight hundred dollar television commercials for local car dealers, which is exactly as glamorous as it sounds. And I remember thinking like, wow, we could only shoot more eight, hundred dollars television commercials, ain't we would be rich we'd be rich. That's the past millions while apparently I had not studied hard math classes at college because if I had, I realized that that was the stupidest thing I could have thought it was just unfeasible for a whole lot of reasons, and again you know this young twenties entrepreneur. More gumption than brains. So eventually we Pivoted into being a full service marketing agency, and the reason we made that pivots because we were getting hired by other agencies and we realized that Kinda sucked they didn't take care of their clients. They overcharged they missed deadlines. Strategies weren't that good what we can do this better again right? We can do better. So or what we do you slap a new label on our. On our agency. Now Boom, we're full service marketing agency, and so quick story. The way we got our first client was that we were doing videos for local college and shooting their students and listening to their stories. And one day the the market called and said, Hey, we have a pitch open. We're going to hire a full service agency. It's about a million dollar account. Do you WanNa come pitch in do you have the resources to do this? And so we put the phone on mute or like okay. We'll do you know we need like graphic design to do account manager. We're GONNA probably need some web developed. Do we have the resources to that? No No. Definitely not So we pick the phone backup we said, yeah, absolutely WANNA. Come and touch will be there whatever time you need a Haredi go. So. We're in the pitch and at the towards the end we show this video had been recording of their students and the students are talking than we reveal our Tagline, which is the foundation of the entire campaign. And the room goes quiet. And the President looks down at what we've done pause. She looks up. And says, where did you? Where did you get this? I've been looking for this for years and I was tempted to say because we're the biggest bunch of geniuses ever. Of course, that's why I didn't because that wouldn't have been honest instead I said, your own, your own students gave us this. This is how they really think and feel these by the way of the only people who matter the ones who pay you money for your product and service. And so throughout building my company I got very interested in how honesty plays into the organization into the executives because it's not just being about your customers, what they think but I was always fascinated by how some of our clients took our growth strategies and just crushed it Golic a five, hundred, six, hundred, percent Roi loved US stayed with us for years and others. John. We'd work with. We'd give the same love attention strategies and they would just blow up on the launch pad I. Mean They could not get out of their own way they descended into infighting and politics in both quite frankly, and I always chalked it up to stupidity as these people are a bunch of morons. But of course, they weren't that. Was Me being a moron did. A tremendous amount of acumen intelligence to become an executive in any role. What I actually found over the years was it was something much more serious, which was a lack of honesty and in a variety of ways you're honest about what was going on in the world and how consumer trends were changing honest about what was going on with their fellow executives or their customers or dishonest with themselves and with their own biases and self limiting beliefs as a leader in and I saw many. And it wasn't until. I had my own crisis of honesty that the whole solidified for me that I that I made sense of this both both in the organizational sense in the personal sense something terrible happened to me John. It took me years to get over I don't know if this happened to you but I turned thirty. Oh. My God I don't know how people survive that. It was just devastated. I was like this is off. So I turned thirty and Mike Okay. This isn't so bad and then as I looked around, I just started descended into darkness and I just started beating myself up over. You know what happened because I realized that those two massive failures I had seventeen had been sticking with. Me had had given me these big weights on my shoulders at said Peter you can strive for greatness, but it's never going to be the best life because you already failed at that you already done your already failure. And it turned out it was carrying that around. So so by thirty, you know I looked around listen I built a million dollar company just married. My wife were flipping anew house I mean bronze purposes show just shut the hell up and been happy. But life doesn't work that way and I realized that there was so much more that I still had him that I still wanted to do and that's when I realized I had been dishonest with myself. Here I was preaching organizational honesty and I had failed to get out of my own way in realized my own self limiting beliefs and in the year after I turned thirty John achieved than I had in the ten years prior one of these things being the book that is now going to come out this year fire nation I. Hope you can just hear and understand and absorb what Peter Sharing Right now how critical
Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions
"CNN White House correspondent Boris Sanchez Boris President Trump is defending the executive orders issued on pandemic relief even as the White House is struggling to explain them they're having trouble landing out for the American people. Yeah that's right. Jim The president also spinning these executive actions claiming that they do more to help struggling Americans than they actually do the president dodging criticism even from within his own party that these actions are unconstitutional and also ignoring previous statements that he's made about executive actions. Tonight president trump sparring with his own party taking aim at critics of his new executive actions tweeting that Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse is a Republican in name only saying he has quote gone rogue. Again, this foolishness plays right into the hands of the radical left Dem's SAS tearing into trump's decision to circumvent stimulus negotiations in Congress calling the move unconstitutional slap comparing the actions to President Obama's signing of executive orders after lawmakers could not reach consensus orders that trump himself frequently criticized. The country was in based on executive orders right now Obama goes around signing executive orders. It's a basic disaster you can't do it in theory is opposed to you know the old fashioned way get everybody into a room and get something that people agree on trump was not in the room getting lawmakers together instead spending the weekend at his Golf Club in New Jersey as questions linger over whether the actions will survive legal challenges, members of the administration struggled to even explain them. Twelve, hundred dollars. Are you talking about in addition to unemployment that they're already getting nervous having. that. I. Beg. Your pardon the twelve hundred dollars will come from the payroll tax. It should be eight, Hundred Bucks I beg your pardon it should be eight hundred bucks for the unemployment eight, hundred or four hundred. No should before it should be eight hundred dollars. But White House Chief of Staff Morton Meadows appears more concerned with public comments from the administration's health experts. The Washington Post. Reporting Meadows has admonished Dr. Anthony Fauci for sounding out of sync with trump according to the post. Meadows has also excluded health experts for morning meetings with staff privately sharing skepticism about Dr and Dr Deborah burks questioning their expertise and regularly raising issues on which she thinks they've been
Unemployment benefits vary wildly in this country
"I'm sorry to report. It was more talk but no action again today in Washington has roughly thirty million began to face their economic futures out an additional six hundred dollars a week in federal unemployment benefits until and unless Congress, Hammer out a deal for more pandemic relief most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and as marketplace's Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits geography just maybe destiny. If. You're unemployed in Mississippi. Your Life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed in Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around two hundred and thirty dollars a week in Massachusetts. It's over eight hundred dollars and the gap isn't just about cost of living big differences. The philosophy is unemployment something that supports labor market or is it a business cost be minimized? Chris leary with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits. So states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they. Get and for how long Michelle Evermore is with the national employment. Law Project in some states like Florida north. Carolina. Only about ten percent of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter during pandemic. It also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns they have to take an unsafe job and that's GonNa actually spread the virus in slow the recovery even further she says black and Latino workers may suffer most because with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Grow Labor economist at UC Berkley says differences it benefits can have direct effects on a states. Economic Health unemployment benefits have A. Really, important affect of propping up the greater economy well, that extra six hundred dollars meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs. It also meant a lot to all the businesses relying on people who were spending it.
Review: amazing TCL/Roku TV for $229
"Graham here with a question when the last time you bought yourself a new. Year after year. You know I've been amazed at the falling prices of sets that would garner seven hundred dollars two thousand dollars just a few years ago, and I just picked up a new forty three inch, T. C. L. set with roku built in for two hundred and twenty nine dollars. Two hundred and twenty nine dollars for a display that offers four K. HD, resolution and HDR. But forget about the acronyms I'm just amazed at what you can get now for two hundred bucks. I bought the TV for a non traditional reason to use it as a giant computer monitor to watch videos that I have edited on my laptop on my little sixteen inch laptop. So I paid fifteen dollars for a ten foot HD my cord. That's the Court of course that connects the TV to other devices and I connected it to my apple macbook pro. It went directly to the TV. I didn't have to spring for an additional twenty five to fifty dollars for a separate. Roku streaming player right so I saved money. The footage looks so great at forty three inches I had to wonder why anybody would go out and spend big bucks on a computer monitor a quick look on Amazon in a forty three inch LG monitor is upwards of six hundred bucks wow. So the other thing once I sit up the TV. I never had to plug in antenna cable box or anything defined oodles of programming. All I needed was a WIFI signal. roku screen name and Password and suddenly I had five hundred APPs available on the platform. A lot of them wanted money from me, but there was many that didn't there was so much free stuff I couldn't believe it. I mean I come from a generation that's used to connecting things to the TV whether that be streaming box whether that be an antenna whether that be a cable box. I mean this is amazing. I can act the nothing. so the APPS. There's the usual Pandora Hulu Amazon Prime Video Netflix's s on and on two big ones missing Hbo Max in NBC's Peacock. Financial negotiations, and then there's the roku channel which is a homegrown collection that supported movies and TV shows mostly on the older side. Batman bewitched movies like the perfect storm, dogs and cats. Crimson tide. And live news channels and these are really good from ABC. NBC and CBS. Accord cutters dream no cable needed. All you need is Wifi and you get more stuff than you'd ever Wanna see without connecting anything. So how cool is that? The picture quality I would rate as a ten for a two hundred dollar TV or five on the overall scale. If you're comparing it to the best of breed leads a fifty inch led from Samsung cost eight hundred dollars for the TCL set. You'll have to sit right in front of it. Turn the lights on low and not be on the sides and that way the pitcher will look its best for a savings of six hundred dollars I can do that.
Governor Cuomo talks about his handling of the coronavirus pandemic
"Will a lot be in of conversation canceled orders with governor lately Andrew Cuomo of New York who has it's always much something to say about covert nineteen certi racial workers justice care for and there's the state no were of heard our lives of Surtees six hundred head of livestock once the epicenter all of the corona of virus Bolivia's pandemic to the coronavirus New York the now cows has one do of not the lowest care infection that forty rates in percent the nation of the milk they and produce many normally of the state's goes to governor restaurants the credit that are nobody currently knows closed but or with crowds heavily growing scaled back Andrew Cuomo nor do sees they a crisis care far that one from of the over firm's tractors the federal government broke down should that step in turns aggressively out we got a bad and computer only in on my the four state wheel drive I not owned to show it off the situation if you got what ahead you need is excellent in conversation with governor Andrew we live Cuomo it we got extra tractors I always keep as three you might for extra yes many just of the nation's to small accommodate businesses something are like facing that I big have problems no idea and for covert tractors nineteen is cost just one of them or what it costs is we'll to be hearing fix a from tractor senior contributor so a set Ted one Koppel of our tractors all to be fixed they trim that that nails had a price tag of forty can drive four thousand trucks and I provide wasn't ready the for food that I we thought eat it might be twenty they're older and younger Rodney all marine races is and an backgrounds independent trucker and he these are comes hard from times a long for line most of of truckers just about set his up father drove a truck news is as did your his one father's step father closer to becoming and your parents several of his uncles you'll probably mow the lawn Rodney does ask almost if anybody noticed all his you mow own the lawn 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morning wondered on what CBS was happening news radio apple continues with John after Dickerson this of sixty minutes we're about to find out from CEO Tim cook as we speak right now you're full of secrets I full of secrets and it's hard not to over flow right now but I but I I but I've been trying to well Tim cook will finally get to share those secrets tomorrow when he kicks off apple's thirty first annual worldwide developers conference we want to talk about now the next opportunity to transform the
With Moratorium Lifted, Houston Becomes Largest U.S. City Where Evictions Can Resume
"Tenants behind on their ranch can be kicked out of their homes in Texas the state has lifted its moratorium on evictions some Texas cities are taking additional steps to protect renters many of whom of lost jobs because of the pandemic Houston is not one of them it's now the largest city in the United States were evictions can resume Elizabeth drove all of Houston public media reports before cove in nineteen life was good for Houston resident ridiculous all of the heck grandma taking care of her great job just going about my everyday living doing what I do wake up in the morning and say my prayers for my coffee then coronavirus hit everything out wow yeah it is like my life do you know that he would talk to me over the phone from her apartment where she lives alone she used to make money babysitting her granddaughter and niece that ended with covert nineteen and her eight hundred dollar disability check doesn't cover her monthly rent of nine hundred dollars she said her apartment manager warned her eviction notices are on their way nobody needs to be stressed out whether they're going to have a place to live today in the homeless to March I can't think like that right now you know I can't I can't think like that I'm not only I don't want to think like that people like you it are vulnerable now that the Texas Supreme Court lifted a ban on objections this week attorneys who work with low income clients are preparing for the worst Donna Carney works for Lone Star legal aid which provides free legal representation to low income Texans Carney expects more families on the streets in the months ahead and we anticipate that there will be a tsunami of affections files I have no doubt about it we are going to see homelessness nationally there's been a patchwork of protections in place for renters other statewide moratorium's are expected to expire in the coming weeks and unemployment is through the roof James roller is with the national housing law project forty percent of households under forty thousand dollars your income loss of job in March and since it's staggering to sort of like to try to get your head around what that means in practice ruler says there's still a federal moratorium on evictions through late July but that only applies to rental properties with federally backed mortgages and that that's only a third of all properties for now moratoriums and government assistance like expanded unemployment benefits have kept invitations at bay in cities like Houston but as these protections expire experts say a wave of evictions is on its way and with corona virus spreading roller says these evictions create a public health risk displacing people from their housing and sending them out looking for additional housing or sending them into homelessness a danger for all of us in Houston so many people applied online for the city's rental assistance program that it ran out of funding in just ninety minutes rejects you it was one of the lucky few who were able to submit an application but she's still waiting for final approval if the rent money doesn't come through she expects to be forced out of her home waiting in hope that if I do that I'll be able to get into a shelter among doctors who opened the door to the thing will open to the mall she would like many Americans will be at the mercy of friends and family when looking for a place to live for NPR news I'm Elizabeth Troy fall in
Texas Lifts Moratorium On Evictions, Leaving Renters Vulnerable
"Tenants behind on their ranch can be kicked out of their homes in Texas the state has lifted its moratorium on evictions some Texas cities are taking additional steps to protect renters many of whom have lost jobs because of the pandemic Houston is not one of them it's now the largest city in the United States were evictions can resume Elizabeth drove all of Houston public media reports before cove in nineteen life was good for Houston resident ridiculous all of the hefty grandma taking care of her great job just gone about my everyday living doing what I do wake up in the morning and say my prayers for my coffee then coronavirus hit everything got why yet it's like my life do you know that he would talk to me over the phone from her apartment where she lives alone she used to make money babysitting her granddaughter and niece that ended with covered nineteen and her eight hundred dollar disability check doesn't cover her monthly rent of nine hundred dollars she says her apartment manager warned her eviction notices are on their way nobody needs to be stressed out whether they're going to have a place to live today in the homeless tomorrow I can't think like that right now you know I can't I can't think like that I'm not only I don't want to think like that people like you it are vulnerable now that the Texas Supreme Court lifted a ban on objections this week attorneys who work with low income clients are preparing for the worst Donna Carney works for Lone Star legal aid which provides free legal representation to low income Texans Carney expects more families on the streets in the months ahead and we anticipate that there will be a tsunami of affections files I have no doubt about it we are going to see homelessness nationally there's been a patchwork of protections in place for renters other statewide moratorium's are expected to expire in the coming weeks and unemployment is through the roof Janus roller is with the national housing law project forty percent of households under forty thousand dollars your income loss of job in March and since it's staggering to sort of like to try to get your head around what that means in practice ruler says there's still a federal moratorium on evictions through late July but that only applies to rental properties with federally backed mortgages and that that's only a third of all properties for now moratoriums and government assistance like expanded unemployment benefits have kept evictions at bay in cities like Houston but as these protections expire experts say a wave of evictions is on its way and with corona virus spreading roller says these evictions create a public health risk displacing people from their housing and sending them out looking for additional housing or sending them into homelessness is a danger for all of us in Houston so many people applied online for the city's rental assistance program that it ran out of funding in just ninety minutes rejects you it was one of the lucky few who were able to submit an application but she's still waiting for final approval if the rent money doesn't come through she expects to be forced out of her home I hope that if I do that I'll be able to get into a shelter among dogs who opened the door to the thing will open to the mall she would like many Americans will be at the mercy of friends and family when looking for a place to
The Latest: Slovakia approves quarantine tracking app
"Big brother is watching you or at least the Slovakia government which is now approved to tracking up that would unless authorities if people break self quarantine rules during the corona virus pandemic Slovakia's health minister has told Slovaks returning from a group that they would no longer have to quarantine and special government facilities bots will be able to self isolate at home as long as they download the new tracing up to break self quarantine rules will be punishable by up to almost one thousand eight hundred dollars if approved by parliament the self quarantine at home with the app might be possible as soon as next week the current practice that makes Slovaks arriving from other countries quarantine away from their homes until they're tested has been criticized by the public and the country's watchdog I'm Karen Thomas
What Is NASA's Astronaut Beach House?
"Astronauts are driven disciplined physically fit and trained to solve complex problems in high stakes situations. But of course sometimes they just want to get away from it all from the press the physicians and the rigors of flight prep. You've gotTa make time to sharpen the saw. But where on earth can these people find a little seclusion? Well M- since nineteen sixty. Three Nasr's kept a bungalow on the East Florida coast closed to the general public. It's been a welcome retreat for generations of astronauts barbecues and bottles signings are cherished pastimes at the hideaway so are fond farewells. Historically this was the last place where many space bound crews got to hang out with their families before launch. Here's the story of the Kennedy Space Center Beach House and Conference Center or the Beach House. For Short Florida. Nasa go a long way back in nineteen sixty one. It was decided that the agency would build a new launch center on Florida's Merritt Island which is technically a peninsula by the way other sites were considered including New Mexico's White Sands missile range. Where the first atomic bomb had been set off sixteen years prior proximity to the Atlantic Ocean gave Merritt Island a strategic advantage. Rockets launched there could streak across the ocean without disturbing populated areas. Latitude was another plus. Florida is reasonably close to the equator. Where Earth's rotation speed is at? Its fastest when you set off a rocket in the sunshine state. The vessel can save fuel by capitalizing on this principle. It's why Merritt Island is now the home of Kennedy Space Center SPACEPORT NASA. Wasn't the first group. Take an interest in this region however the US military had been testing missiles on nearby Cape Canaveral since nineteen forty nine and then came snowbirds education homes and other seaside properties sprouted like daisies and the postwar economy. One piece of real estate was a two story. Beach House constructed in nineteen sixty two really. It was just another wood framed building in the Neptune beach subdivision at first Nessa partnered up with the Army Corps of Engineers to buy the entire development in nineteen sixty three four. Thirty one thousand five hundred dollars which is a little more than two hundred sixty six thousand eight hundred dollars in today's money neighboring houses and the gas station were cleared away but this plain Jane cottage escaped. The wrecking ball situated on government owned land. The Beach House is well off the beaten path in his two thousand six memoir astronaut. Richard Mike Mullane said the place was as isolated as Mars originally called the astronaut training and rehabilitation building. It started out as a home away from home. A place where crew members could get some shut. Eye on overnight stays as the decades past the bungalow evolved into more of a hang out. Spot astronauts could drop by individually or as crew many also chose to take their spouses and families over by design though. This isn't the easiest spot to access the space shuttle veteran Robert Springer who flew missions in nineteen eighty nine and nineteen ninety recalled. The Hannah's crewmates used to borrow the key from an acid staff member. A spontaneous visits were not encouraged. Though a one day payload specialist Samuel Durant's waltzed over with some colleagues but forgot to give the administrators any advance notice on their way back. The group was met by Swat team and guests had to play by the house rules. For example young children were barred from the premises. During astronaut quarantine periods. The House has entertained. Its share of politicians and diplomats. And to this day it remains an active meeting place for government organizations but among. Space History Buffs. This mid-century is remembered first and foremost as an explorers waystation filled with the stories of its tenants. There was the time that springer and a crewmate winter a dip in the ocean only to be met by helicopter full frantically waving airmen. It turned out. The swimmers had gotten a little too close to an enormous gang of sharks unaware of the danger and oblivious to the warning. The astronauts waved back. Don't worry everything turned out fine. Prelaunch barbecues are traditional shortly before his space takes off. It's customary for them to gather with family members of the cottage for muscles and Colm Rotary. Sometimes the guests get dinner and a show former Kennedy space center. Deputy Director James A gene. Thomas witnessed a cause play prank at one of these beach parties. The mission being toasted that day was set to include Franklin Story Musgrave a legendary astronaut. Who happened to be bald just for kicks. The rest of his crew decided to impersonate. Mas Great at this barbecue so everyone showed up with rubber latex sheets on their heads and name tags that read. Hi I'm story. Another longstanding tradition at the Beach. House involves leaving. Your mark. Outgoing crew will sign a wine bottle before they blast off official mission logos usually adorned these mementos by now. Few decades worth of space. Flights have been chronicled on bottlenecks and wine labels now can cabinet display in two thousand sixteen hurricane. Matthew did a number on the bungalow necessitating massive repairs inside and out once. The kitchens bathrooms multiple walls. And most of the second floor had been overhauled. The cottage reopened on July twenty fifth of twenty eighteen. We reached out to the Kennedy Space Center. Which informed us that. The House is not currently being used by any astronaut crews. But who knows? Maybe that'll change in the near future. Nasa does want to quote. Put the first woman in next man on the moon or the twenty twenty four no doubt future occupants will feel mixed emotions at the old beach house most astronauts do along with their loved ones. Donnellan. Mike's wife said in two thousand ten interview with NASA as a spouse. You know you're coming out here to say goodbye and you don't know if it's the last time yet by many accounts. Fear intermingled with excitement from the bungalow visitors have gotten some spectacular views of eager rockets ships ready for launch gleaning from the nearby space center.
"Hi guys. Welcome to recovery happy hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stopped drinking. I'm your host Tricia and frankly wearing pants is overrated. Thank you for joining me today. Today's episode is the final one in a series leading up to mother's Day where I'm sharing stories of MOMS. Who QUIT DRINKING IN? Because we're still in a time of quarantine. There's an added pressure on. You moms out there. Who already do it all right and suddenly now? Your kids are home from school. You're working from home. There's no physically escaping it. There know movies to go see no malls to go shop at no restaurants to go out to play needs to send your kids to now is an unprecedented time when the pressure to really do it all is really in your face and it's not just that invisible pressure that you put on yourself any more you know comparing your life to other moms by your instagram feeds. More importantly a lot of you moms are struggling and I know this because you email me you message me. You see the alcohol memes. You're stressed and I get it if you're struggling with your drinking right now. Being quarantined with it. It's a lot you know. It's it's a big indicator may be higher really feeling about your drinking especially if you're listening to this. Podcast saw posted something on instagram. The other day for the podcast which is at recovery. Happy Hour. If you're not already following it but I went back to my personal instagram account. I scrolled through the last part of two thousand sixteen which is right before I got sober when my drinking was at its worst and I want to mention that I also just gone through a surprise divorce so I was acting away. That wasn't super typical but I was always a heavy drinker so the presence of alcohol was typical and as I scrolled through. I saw every other photo featuring a shot of a cocktail or glass of wine or fucking frozen Rosa. Lots of boomerangs meets hosting my glass. The friend anything silly to make it look like I was having fun while drinking but the focus was always make it look like my life. Was you not to micromanage the image of my life leading up to the week before I quit drinking I was on a trip and I posted selfies with strangers. Met In bars. People's whose names I I don't know you know more photos of drinks and oversight glasses photos of breakfast tacos with a beer to help my hangover from the night before you know make it look great make it look great make it look great but I was struggling. I was miserable. I was filled with anxiety. Twenty four hours a day. I had nonstop heartburn. That was the worst. I was bloated dehydrated cranky and making sure that I was wearing eight hundred dollar designer shoes throughout it. All you know make it look fabulous make it look great make it. Look Fun. Make sure it doesn't look like you're an alcoholic. I was spending so much of my life. Crafting an image of happiness. That wasn't actually living my own life. I was throwing away days wasting so much time. And Still. So afraid of what? I might miss out on if I quit drinking alcohol and then when I scroll back to about a month ago I saw photos of You know a cheese plate that we ate for dinner while Manfred and I went on vacation with his family and played cards and skied all day. You know I saw funny photo of my dog screen shot of my Fedex tracking number for an auto harp that I've taught myself how to play in quarantine a picture of the mountains. A New Tattoo cute cartoon about washing your hands during Cova nineteen. These are the photos of my current life that I'm actually living one hundred percent of the time this is the real deal and I'm present for all of it and I know that you moms out. There have especially hard when you have the pressure of raising a small human and thinking you have to get it all right and have the pictures to prove it but the real stuff is on the cutting room floor. We get so fixated on what our lives. Look like that. We stop living our actual lives. You hide the fact that you're drinking in secret. You continue to drink at home after you've had a Mimosa at a play date you hide. You're driving drunk. You know that you're drinking because you're cranky for being hung over all day and then the cycle repeats itself and that is when we've lost ourselves. The few weeks of episodes have been very different from each other with very different levels of consequences. But the thing that is the same in each story is that no one could get help until they got honest and told somebody that they were struggling. They had to admit that they couldn't keep up the lie anymore. Despite what societal norms are telling you about alcohol at Mother's Day you do not have to order champagne at a soccer game. It's not normal to have wine in your Yeti or in your Coffee Cup. These are not things that you just need to accept. You know without questioning them if you're not okay with these things or if they're harder to say no to lately you're not alone lots of MOMS are struggling and there is a life on the other side. It's not at all what you might think it is either. It's better and it looks great on social media too but that also stops mattering as much
Anonymous donor gives California hospital workers $1M
"Morning and in California and anonymous donor has gifted a local hospital one million dollars sending the funds directly to the staff from floor cleaners to nurses and that is going to mean bonuses of eight hundred dollars this month for those frontline workers and the staff at dignity health Dominican hospital in Santa Cruz the nursing supervisor says she is simply amazed at the generosity of a
Tesla cancels plans to bring workers back to US car plant this week
"Cancelling plans to bring workers back to its production facility in California this week. Shares of the company had searched today on a report that employees were heading back on Wednesday. And that would be before. Say at home. Orders in the San Francisco Bay area were officially lifted. Tesla's stock is up more than eighty five percent eighty five percent since the recent market. Low about five weeks ago. So what's your take on this move? You know what a surprise. Tesla says something and then kind of changes their story You know the Tesla. Eight hundred dollars Also that anybody that wants to But I do think you have a case here where the Shanghai stories what's been supporting it. the earnings in the free cash flow over the last couple of quarters. has been critical to bringing Some sense that the company can do this profitably. I don't think this is an environment That's better for Tesla. And that's not just the macro on where energy prices are and not just where credit markets I believe truly are but it's a case where I think that that car which was the model three which is the mass market car. I'm not sure that the demand is where it is in this environment but look Eight hundred dollars is a level that I didn't think the stock could ever get to so. That's that's very clear guy. I posed this question to you. And that is do you think that demand pre pandemic will be the same as demand post pandemic or even during pandemic. I think going forward. The demand will continue increase in the short term. No I mean with energy prices cratering. Dan Uses the word. He's right crashing. That's should actually give some sort of tell when to some of these manufacturers like GM and Ford and actually should work to somewhat of the detriment to Tesla. But one thing I've learned you know this is a stock for the last seemingly five hundred dollars Zig when I should've zagged and they just can't get on the right side of it. It's clear that you know I. I'm missing something in terms of the stock and it's doing what it wants to do. I'm sort of in Tim's camp here but with that said you know I watch these moves on it. Just find myself shaking my head in an environment where of all stocks tessler should not be doing as well as it is
Should Coronavirus Face Masks Be a Fashion Statement
"We are going to wrap up before the end of the show with a reflection on the world of retail fashion. Joining us for that is more Nichols own fashion editor Jamie waters. Welcome back to the program. Johnny I'm enjoying early morning chats. Yes same highlighted by Monday. Thinks he's not being sarcastic. Listeners he really really means it. Let's talk about well. It's interesting sort of collision Jamie of the the pandemic into the world of fashion and this question about mosques and the becoming almost sort of fashion statements. How do you read? What's happening out there with this yet. There's this kind of interesting strange situation that's also has a sense of inevitability about where in a lot of places. I'm as masks becoming and trade that pot of people's everyday uniform now. Of course you're saying people starting to inject some sense of personality and style into what they're wearing so. I think in Asia. This has become very common correspondent. James Chambers is recent before about different colors can signify and that you know yellows with a lot of the cool kids wear and read and Etcetera Etcetera. And there's all kinds of different senses of style on now that we're seeing in a lot of us. Cds that mandatory by seeing that pickup and a lot of fashion Brown's astounding to so musk's and what they're doing is that we've done night some and so summoned to this this sort of offset being which makes it seem more sort of charitable. But then he saw the thing happened over the weekend my soul someone on social media basically from a luxury ecommerce site and it was a mosque by a big straightway brand because as an aside straight way brands have Masa they part of their collections for a long time they come in and out of fashion just as a fashion statement anyway and there was one of these mosques that was on the site and was going for. I think eight hundred dollars and then something about that just felt really odd and uncomfortable and the image was was circulated and reposted posted. And it's since been taken down the muscles being taken off that site but it does make me think about this idea of Opportunities and and how the kind of capitalist road works and that. Desi sense of course there will be demand for at some point that will be demand for luxury item luxury mass luxury protective items. And how that all fits into? I guess what we feel and how we think about the whole situation Jamie I guess. He's actually conner. Speaks to what we talked about last week. Which was the shift in aesthetics change maybe from consumers about how much they want to broadcast the brands that they're wearing or buying because clearly there's an unease about being seen to be you know profiteering from this awful situation and yet it's probably a good thing. If Russian companies and other manufacturers do divert resources to to make mouse. She does also. Is it part of that same? Shift away from this sort of shouting a branding. I mean that's that's kind of a lot of street wear has been built on the right exactly tied up with that we point. We're talking about last week. And people being really dizzy. Sense of not wanting to use State makes status have status symbols at the moment? I think mosques and other medical equipment but I mean particularly moss have these very kind of singular aspect to them where they are. They are just the ultimate hygiene that you know. They're a symbol of hygiene there a symbol of solidarity kind of all in all in this together. And when you wear one it's to protect yourself but it's also protect others added to that that they in short supply in a lot of places and that means that when they become expensive thing. That's the status symbol. It just doesn't see right against the all these other elements because they are ultimately decide. This symbol of protection dot is in short supply. A lot of places but I think we'll it does high into what you're saying about people now being really conscious of law goes anyway and a lot of straight where browns will self from that at the moment And these these issues that the Russian in the White House. Tush industry has where you know. How do you kind of float fashion? How do you sell products in a way? That doesn't feel tone-deaf at the moment But then you know we'll see these browns to make living in the need to Cape Shifting Product Cape workers employed and medical protective equipment. Mawson's I got a lot of brands have capability now. I've been donating a lot of of these kind of products. They can make them so if demand continues going into the future dot also seems just a sensible move. So there's a lot of tied up into these idea it's fascinating stuff Jamie always get your views. That's Monaco's fashion editor. Jamie waters joining us
Biden Campaign Says It Has Refunded Donation from Louis C.K.
"Joe Biden's presidential campaign says it has refunded at twenty eight hundred dollar donation from Louis C. K. the comedian and writer whose career was derailed after five women accused him of sexual misconduct Louis C. C. K. K. whose whose real real name name is is Lewis Lewis said said Kelly Kelly donated donated to to bite bite on on March March fourth fourth according according to to the the Federal Federal Election Election Commission Commission the the donation donation was was made made the the day day after after Biden's Biden's commanding commanding win win in more than a dozen super Tuesday contests put him on the path to becoming the presumed democratic nominee the Biden campaign says the contribution has since been refunded and that'll be reflected on their next report filed in may
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"About eight hundred dollars one date Katie got a call from an upset client a Baker she had delivered the cake and have been consumed and she had heard nope no complaints for them as far as she knew they had been totally satisfied yeah and a few weeks later she received this payment dispute notification that the couple wanted their money I did they say what they were disputing or is it does that sort of detail come through there were flowers on the cake and there was some discrepancy on the color of the flowers the claim was that they were a little too bright so Katie got to work calming her client down of walking your through all the possible pieces of evidence that could help prove to the bank that the Baker and held up her end of the deal she had a chain of email correspondence where they had agreed on all the details about the cake and in addition to that she hide posts from social media our she had taken the screenshots and it was the couple with their gas celebrating and eating the cake and there were comments on social media from their gas saying how much they enjoyed it and from the couple saying that they were thrilled and wasn't it a wonderful cake what did you think when you first saw the social media post I thought we had it nailed it was just so blatant I couldn't imagine that they would be able to get away with getting their money back really like smiling with pieces of cake and their teeth and stuff all they were yeah you know feeding each other the bite of cake they looked to be having a wonderful time some of us this is infuriating I'm actually getting worked up a little bit I'm getting hungry with Katie's help the Baker got to keep the money in the bank decided in her favor Katie also told us this one other story about a small family owned construction company the done really expensive remodel of the home and the customer charge back tens of thousands of dollars the business lost the case and had to shut down and even when businesses do win there's a cost to fighting Katie salary comes out of the fees businesses pay to use square is their credit card processor and this isn't just a square thing every business pays fees to accept credit cards and often there are extra fees for charge backs and businesses pass all those fees on to us in the prices they charge so.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Eight hundred dollars yeah so my question is what are the key attributes I should be looking for him the scanners what what must have for them to be effective well you know it's a really good question and thank you for calling specially this time of year when a lot of people are using Airbnb is a vacation rental sites right I mean how do you really know if you're not being watched when the security keeps camera technology has gotten so small right I mean pin hole camera I mean it used to be that you'd walk into the room you like there's a camera there's camera well now there are cameras that are hidden in wall sockets in lighting switches are not just talking about teddy bears and say clock radios there is a case recently a blanket was in Florida where I on the side of the bed there were charging stations for the U. S. B. ports any USB ports and hidden cameras in the master bedroom like whoa what's up with that so you're born to check so a couple of things that you can do if in your research I'm sure if you had commanded dot com you know I talk about how you should use a software program called and map each did you look at that I know and map as in Nancy yeah I will post a link to this particular instructions step by step on how to use it would end up in map is really what the professionals use is he in order for these cameras most of these cameras if they're going to be on the network is that they're going to show up if you start analyzing the network right so if you analyze the networking you see a whole bunch of things that look at a whack then you know that there's something going on and we'll tell you exactly what to look for to it's a software tool really primarily used by the techies in the keeps the week out there I mean you could listen for strange sounds you can turn off the lights and use a laser pointer to scan the rooms and you know what you're looking for is any type of lens reflection a signal detector one of the ones that I like is it's made by a company called EDS it's S. Ellen my E. I L. I N. Y. will post a link to it over a commander dot com it's about sixty Bucks nine hundred twenty it out but it's not full proof so you want to make sure that you do your basic security precautions meaning like I mentioned look for sounds and checked reflections and you know start nosing around something looks out of place but it's even hard to tell something looks out of place if you look up top at the ceiling and you see a smoke detector that could be of wireless camera too but a lot of these cameras are now connected on wifi because whatever they're recording is now being stored directly up into the cloud but you do have some carriers that record on SD cards that's why you want to start nosing around moving things back and forth and if you want to travel with a good good good detector in R. F. signal detector that's what you want that we may be able to find these hidden cameras will post a link to it over at commander dot com in that show pics here and we always do that by the way just so that this way it's easy for you to find.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Filed a police report listing value as eight hundred dollars thousands of athletes taking part in Sunday's broad street. Run got their bibs at the Pennsylvania convention center. KYW's Mike DeNardo reports they lined up at registration tables to collect their bibs t shirts for the fortieth broad street run. Jim Clark of Lansdale has run in fourteen of them. And he's watched the event grow. Unbelievable. Probably went from. I'm going to say under twenty thousand to what well over forty thousand. Now the mandate is. It's overwhelming. But it's exciting runner. David Bradley says the trip from broadened Somerville to the navy yard has become part of the city's culture. Now, it's forty thousand people, but it's still the same great neighborhood feel and you get to see the city north to south sort of says Gina Conti of Warrington. All I see is runners in front of me. And I, you know, look for that finish line Gina plans to wear a hat because of rain in the forecast. Jim Clark won't let the weather affect his experience that you might as well just enjoy the moment right runners and spectators parking at the sports complex are advised to clear out by noon to make way for the two pm Phillies and three thirty pm Sixers games. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. You'll remember this story one man's horse. Manure is another's. Marketable oddity Michael blow and runs a farm in Kentucky for retired thoroughbred horses. It was at this farm where he was approached by artists Coleman Larkin with an idea. And he said if you let me come out and get some silver charms poop. Yep. You heard that? Right. Poop went out into the paddock. And he started picking it all up and silver charm was kind of looking at him in music fashion or can takes two scoops of it puts it in a Mason jar and believe it or not people show up to shop at a local flea market to pay two hundred dollars a jar. Gotta get them fresh. That's super important the shape. Just don't ask him. How he gets? The poop in their top secret. I don't want any of my competitors and the Turgeau warring industry to find out how to do this portion of Larkin's, I go back to the form. It's over charm and other derby winners call home, I'm TJ teeny heard here. I also marijuana. It's not just for couch potato in marijuana legal states. Eighty percent of cannabis users claim use the drug just before. Or after exercise university of Colorado study found the drug is motivated, a workout improves, the enjoyment of exercise and benefits recovery. Professor Angela Brian on the next phase of the research using smoked product APR.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Write things that eight hundred dollars. John a Tylenol two Tylenol five hundred dollars. So they know it's so overpriced right that if you come in and say, I get twelve hundred of the three thousand they're gonna they're going to work with and once you do that they'll wipe it off your credit. Same thing. Get a letter wipe it off your credit. It gets rid of the collection agency to. Because he NAT collection agency. Can't collect. Now. So my says they have a court date for collection agency coming up. Yes. You should go to court, and you should make a deal with them in the courtroom. Hey, look, I'm willing to pay you X amount of dollars. I need this amount of time to pay it. But I want some saying this is wiped off my credit at that point. So you have to understand you have to understand it and see the same thing if the debt is sold. That's that's fine. It could be so that's the collection agency. That's the collection. And if the car was written off as the bad debt is going to be just like a credit card is going to be if you don't pay they write it all off as the bad debt. But it goes some they sell the debt to somebody. And once they sail the debt to somebody that's coming after you for the debt, and it's telling you, you have to go talk to them and tell them look, I need you to produce the paperwork that actually oh this. Well, you need to start reporting. And they produced the paper, then you try to cut a deal with them. All right. So. We come back. I'll talk a little bit more about somebody asked about bankruptcy. I'm gonna tell you how that works. When we come back. If.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Eight hundred dollars a month from that. And I also receive social security, which I don't need so I- Bank, which is about four hundred dollars a month. Okay. My husband is only fifty four. So he's working. And our our household income is proximity eighty thousand dollars. We have a house paid off. So I don't really need this inheritance. And I'm wondering if I put some of that into my husband's 4._0._1._K, well he'd be allowed to do that. And what is the tax implication? Well, you can't do it directly. You can't just write them a check for it. But you could change the with how much he's taking out of his check every month. And then use this money to live off. So you can put he's fifty four you could put twenty five thousand in. Let's say puts in two thousand a month in. So he increases his his contribution by two thousand a month. If he's not if he's not doing it, which means this check is going to be shorter. Which means you don't have as much may I live off live off of this money because you're checking shorter that's the way to try to use it to get it. You can't just write a check. To put it in. But yeah. So the maximum how much does he already putting into his 4._0._1._K though? Doing the maximum if he's already doing twenty five thousand dollars, and you can't put more in. What are you doing Roth IRA's for either of you? Yeah. So you've maxed out those while you put in your well thirteen thousand last year for the two of you fourteen thousand this year for the two of you. Right. So we're not going to be able to put this money anywhere in tax preference environment. No, no, Roth IRA's, no tax, you know, no 4._0._1._K money because you've already maxed out putting money into those. Now, you can just, you know, invest, however, you want it's just going to be a personal investment. It's not money you need right now. So it's kinda presumably going to be needed. Maybe never in your life. Where for when you're really old maybe for healthcare when you're eighty years old ninety years old one hundred years old, and if not then then maybe just pass it on to the kids. And then that case you could invest it for growth equities and things of that nature, and you would look for. We don't have children. Okay. What do you want this money to do for you? Well, I wanted to be safe because you know, I don't want to invest in something wild. So I was actually thinking of CDs. But my husband thinks that's a bad idea. Doc. We have gold. We have silver. You know? So you've got everything and you don't need any of it. Because you're going to you're doing fine. The way you are as long as he's working. Now what happens when he stops working? Will he have a pension? Will you need to draw any money from your portfolio? He's got a 4._0._1._K that you know, he's contributing the max two so worse that there. Okay. So this money, though, if you were going to I would look at you have IRA's traditional IRAs anywhere. You only have Roth. So you just want to keep this money safe is what you're saying for some future. Use potentially down the line is that right, right? Right. You're not gonna earn very much, but you can put it in safety and learn two percent give or take here there. Now, he doesn't like you said your husband doesn't like CD's. What's he wants to get better better growth out of it? I'm assuming is that right? Yeah. He does. Because he you know, he feels that we could. Maximize it better. Well, if you don't need this money, and you don't expect to spend this money for fifteen twenty years. I side more with him. But it's your money. It's not his money. You inherited it, and you can keep it separate. And you don't have to take his instructions on this. Because it's all yours less you put out truth. And so you can do whatever makes you happy with it. And if what makes you sleep the best at night is a guaranteed account. Then that's a pretty good deal for you. From what you're telling me. You don't need this money to grow like a weed over the next five or six years to enable you to retire. It's going to happen anyway. So this is kind of extra realistically, you can do whatever you want with it. If you're looking at it from that where there are things that you could are you willing to lock it up for a couple of years, or do you want it to be totally liquid at any moment? I was going to do half and a three years CD and the other half and a one year CD. You could use. He never know what's going to happen with your health or your patient. You know? I'm not arguing on that point. At all. You might use a fixed annuity that gives you a little bit better return than the CD. That's about it. Yeah. You can probably get three percent on that. Where you may only get two point eight five on the CD. I mean, it's not a big deal. If that doesn't matter to you, then it's kind of six and one half dozen of the other. All right. Yeah. So much. Hey, you're welcome. I thank you, Arlene. Yeah. You can't really have growth that her husband wants, you can't really have safety that she wanted to save at the same time. You're going to have to kind of pick one or the other and she wants it and tied up no longer than three years that's kind of a constraint for growth as well. Now, she did she asked him in the 4._0._1._K or you had brought her she she wanted to know if she could put this money into his 4._0._1._K because if you put it in his 4._0._1._K, I mean, you're tying it up. The theoretically, if it's his tying it up plus years, so you know, and plus it's subjected to the whims of the market. I would assume unless you do something fun. But, but it's not available to do that, you know. No, he's already maxing out the contribution to the 4._0._1._K. You can't doing if he had not been contributing the 4._0._1._K we see this happened a lot where somebody inherits fifty thousand dollars. And they said, well, I want to put it into the 4._0._1._K. Well, they can't put it indirectly. But. You can use it over the next two years. So the fifty four year old worker can put in twenty five thousand year by with holding it from their paycheck, which makes their paychecks shorter. Which means they don't have enough money to live with these as fifty dollars to live while they're funding over the next. Replace it. Yeah. But since he's already doing that they're already doing they're Roth IRA's. Yeah. They've maxed out their contribution ability to tax preference accounts, not bad, inherent, sixty grand and have. Absolutely no use for tonight's. Nice position. They don't have any debt..
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Eight hundred dollars on a fight? Certainly. Do you get much faster at it? Yes. Is it as hard as I as it sounds the first couple times. Yeah. But after that, you're like, no, I go to Qantas. Okay. I know how to log. In what their menu looks like, blah, blah, blah, blah, right. I mean, it sounds like the first couple of times, especially if you're not somebody who likes to who likes to really dig in to these efforts, you could be pulling your hair out, but I think in the end results make it worth it right to kind of put yourself through the schooling, and that's one of the things that and that's why we actually created boot camp was the idea that, hey, if you spend always said to people, if I could sit you down for four or five hours and teach you everything I knew about frequent flyer miles, you would have eighty probably eighty percent of my knowledge now wouldn't all process right away you and it's not like we're putting like a chip in your brain like matrix, but you'd have in four or five hours. You have eighty percent understand where you could at least start booking some flights, and then there might be more complicated ones that you have to ask questions about our do some research, but that's all it really takes to get you to a level that you can start doing something and start doing a decent amount of stuff actually. And that's why we created bootcamp because like I could teach. Us in four or five hours instead of someone spending months like I did on blogs and forums and trying to figure it out, right. I don't want them to have to do soup it. Why? Why fired he? No it and I liked teaching it should I be able to do it? So that's what we do like, I'll take you through Qantas his website. I'll show you where to click. I'll show you why to click and I'll show you what it means. So that's innocence what we do at bootcam-. So we talk about where to look. That's that's one of the things you have to know where to look. I was star lines, United dot com. Pretty good. A one world AA's. Okay. For certain things, British Airways dot. Okay. For certain things, Qantas is good, but it's a little harder us, but it's good. And then there's a tool that we talk about in boot camp too. That's a free tool up to a point. And if you're not searching all the time, usually is free for everyone called award nexus that again, the.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eight hundred dollars per day an incline and trade because i'm so close to the scene of the crime etcetera regulars are still and tourism has dropped significantly in salisbury say have seen it affect me in the last few weeks massively she along with other entrepreneurs have appeared in the national media to insist the city is still safe to visit i think people need to not be scared to come in because everything else is still open that's just a few cordons you have to go round but concerns remain if whether the nerve agent nova chalk which was used in the poisoning is still present in pockets of spree the crime scenes remain off limits while those who visited the cc restaurant where the dined before they collapsed we're told to thoroughly washed the clothes they wore on the day of the poisoning investigators have identified mine hotspots could still contain traces of the potentially lifethreatening toxin and from time to time people in military great protective gear can be seen working at the sites okay handy mole who opened a batik wine and cheese bar in the town last december says it has been a struggle to cope with a subsequent fall visitors but he says the morbid fascination surrounding the case hasn't kept everyone away it has attracted new toryism based upon wanting to see the bench where happens want to see the want to see the male the places where international news and local news has been covering for last month but where it comes to people that may be slightly worried about coming out it has really hit them because they just worried that if the gentleman the daughter in question get better are they going to come back to do more by they he means those sent by moscow which has been widely accused of being behind the plot despite its strong denials with police and the army still at the scene for witty it seems like an eternity waiting for life to return to the way walls events can snowball quickly denies nice what happens from this and could be talking about in history books fears often these events something else comes from the knees and then as forgotten about say hi fli won't go back you'll always be the place where where this happens williams meanwhile hopes to.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Eight hundred dollars this was before unlimited their last strike was unlimited data they gave me a deal that was unlimited data on my first iphone then they stopped offering unlimited data but they grandfathered me and i got to keep it then they told me that they were redefining the word unlimited and that if i used more than so many gigabytes of data in a month i would still have as much as i wanted it would just come to me much slower and that was i don't know i think that was when i told at and t to shove it and accepted t mobile's kind offer to come over and become a t mobile subscriber and you know what t mobile is a company is nowhere near as evil horrid as at and t nowhere near if you're thinking about switching and you'd like some company that treats you like a person or at least more like a person and doesn't try to rip you off at every bend you might try t mobile instead of at and t also when i was in germany i got on the t mobile website and chatted with someone to see how much i was gonna pay for data from germany and it was zero in germany and one hundred and ten other countries at and t charges like eight million dollars a second era megabyte or kilobytes.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Had fifty eight hundred dollars maybe five or six thousand dollars you probably are not gonna pay any income tax on that distribution so you could start stripping some of that interest out now at a zero percent tax bracket and redeployed somewhere else now the question is what are you giving up inside that annuity to if you take the money out because where would you put the money would you get four and a quarter on that's right twenty twenty thinking that's why i'm calling is like somebody help me quarter helped me out is like right i am i better off you know i hate to be in twenty from zero to twenty two percent tax bracket because it shows i'm looking at the kipling thing for twelve percent is from nine thousand five hundred thirty eight seven hundred but i'm over sixty five so i think i get a little bit more bite off and i'm not sure what the right off as if you over sixty five all right and also when does it affect the security when does social security get tax at what amount oh that's the problem you are going to if you were to take that thirty five thousand maybe more later on of real income from the annuity not only will it potentially put you into the higher tax bracket but it's gonna subject some of your social security a good portion of your social security to taxability as well and so it's a it's a moving target so the question is what if you were to take some money out of that annuity right now where would you put it three and a quarter percent cd quarters percent i'm ben i'm not with the high tax bracket what is better that's why i'm and that's what we're looking at so the difference between the.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KOIL
"Ready for eight hundred dollars off a of my all right we've got amazon alexa we have google home it's the invasion of the smart speakers well guess what is coming on february knife are you ready for it is finally the apple smart speaker the home pot this bad boys not cheap three hundred fifty dollars but it has a large wolford says seven beamed forming tweeter array three hundred and sixty degrees around the bodies what's going to have a nominal audio is not going to support multiroom audio launch kind of bomber if he wanted to control musical throughout your house and but for me it update later on the year that would add that they could do everything they basically alexa and global home does set reminders to do liz to your smart legend thermostat a of the big deal about it is that are you ready for all the apple fan had boys and girls online we're talking about it it has a you'd button oh yes oh yes he apple home pod has a new button surveys all excited about that i don't mean to burst your problem but guess what sodas the echo and so google home and so uh is anybody gonna by this smart assisted from apple that's eight times the cost of an eco diet well of course there it's an apples philly our right in other apple news that they are now expanding the health app this is really phenomenal so this way you can have all your medical records right there on your phone uh doctors have access to this information but now on your phone you're gonna have all the details like when you get your less vaccination your lab results.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Eight hundred dollars eight hundred dollars executive how much what were the paddles no way a one hundred dollars for some panels were they used oh that's right you wouldn't you would not give you would never even the does diamond encrusted titles what did you say orestes oreste how do you say it is ross king four osfi laura steve oh yes wore off cns right soft you crystal clear swaki crystals entrusted to swaki softy crystal entrusted might funds yes yes lava covered what were you see those agree prescription by thing or about a hundred biker y you're not going to rush me off with a time of joel dumped get me out of your she personally but you go to hell you diet which again you down though had is a yeah you should have flourished the next line of the next one up on the woman on the chain ones look driver rickshaw dan when a trusted rickshaw let's go on let's go come on live roy late for my meeting he said his frist must smash muhlegg for my team well the folks that i know that are wise have real estate they have invested they have done it slowly but surely they don't have tons of money but now they do because they're wise and the way to do this is with lifestyles unlimited their amazing they've won every award you can think of in the uh home buying and a rental an apartment community ownership award sectors outta they've they went amal because of the best they've been doing this for twenty seven.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"The question i had was really the eight hundred dollars that were short of hitting at fifteen percent mark would it be okay to pay that additional on the mortgage as a principle only payment understanding also i'm i'm activeduty military i'm probably two and a half or three years away from retiring from the military uh two we would have that retirement income combination as long as i'm alive just what would you do when you've obviously done very well congratulations and you're in the military what is your wester uh she works for he private investment firm okay all right well to grudge elections well i mean certainly it's okay to do whatever you want a day listen if used foley fund eighteen thousand in each 401 k that's thirty six thousand and another eleven thousand into our ross and you just do that the rest of your life you're gonna be multimillionaires if that's all you do you know you're going to be in great shape so uh the point of saving fifteen percent as it's not an exact formula it's just to say save a substantial portion of your income without invest a substantial portion of your income want your debt free so that you can retire with a lot of money and give a lot and retire with dignity right so as it's more of a concept than it is an exact thing so if you say 14 percent it doesn't break the bank you know and really that's what we're talking about here you're going save thirteen percent throw the other two percent or whatever it is at your mortgage and that's fine go ahead it's not it's not the end the world you're doing smart things whether you're not blowing the money and if you never do anything except what we're doing you're gonna retire multimillionaires.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"That's eight hundred dollars right there off your taxes if you're in their nancy nancy actually money reducing your tax that you have to pay exactly it's as if we're not is that right eta as credit eighteen honored in your pocket pesic what okay so with three kids 1800 dollars to kids 1200 all exhaust me now the other one is the doubling the standard deduction so if you're a a family or a couple uh you're going to get your first i think the numbers are up twenty five thousand dollars taxfree no tanis were thousand seven hundred okay unit you know some of these highvalue keep changing i'm so i don't know i i don't know the exact number but that's a big deal and so that means you know you're going to save in a roughly fifteen hundred dollars a year just from reduce from a doubling the standard russia and incidentally the other benefit from that is that means right now only one of three americans item isis they're deductions you know goes through alba charity did option engine s eight local mortgage on that number that actually itemised third actions has to keep all those receipts goes down to only one in ten americans saw that simplifies the tax code gary sick following a washington post report on the sudden removal by robert muller of fbi agent peter stroke from his special investigation team i wrote an opinion piece in the same paper that this event as quote eight blockbuster revelation called on the justice department to appoint a special counsel to investigate strokes behavior by commented on this on the hugh hewitt show on monday from the washington post federal prosecutors asserted yesterday monday that the longtime associate of paul manafort the former chairman president trump's campaign has been quote assessed to have ties closed quote two russian intelligence the first time the special council is alleged a trump official had such contact the statement came as prosecutors working for special counsel robert muller withdrew their a port.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Is seventy eight hundred dollars that hits hard middle families even the state of texas where two and a half percent of taxable income is attributed to this state and local tax elimination you will lose a considerably under this flint again if you make one hundred thousand dollars a year it's 2500 mick fifty thousand dollars a year it's 1200 fifty dollars eliminating all too gather this glittering generality that has been up foisted upon us suggesting that this results in a test cut the problem here is that what really matters in terms of taxes is a net affect so while there may be a cut if you don't take into consideration the deductions a or the elimination of those deductions that sound anonymous portrayal of what is going on here the spill instead of cost two point four trillion dollars i reject categorically what the senate approved and i view with credibility those analyses that have said that it's almost two and a half trillion dollars this tax bill will produce according to goldman economists no good growth in the american economy over the next five years the reason why goldman is relevant here is both the secretary of the treasury mr mnuchin and the national economic adviser mr cohen are both from goldman if you can't convince the organization from which cocaine of to confirm what you're saying that is indicative to me of a bill that just dozen valence out no good growth record deficits noel new jersey created this tax bill is a major liability to every tax pain american but for the top 1 percent.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Need eight hundred dollars in property tax before moving into shipping people that can change the dynamic walking back and forth accountability integrity fell with respect bahar empty tho uh had to go after her and her record but it's time for film murphy to by the flavor giant pick one giant out at a time and guy coming down by a little kid you give us the hit that what you're going to do a nord new jersey today that what's going on well we've got the we've got the special october surprised home for for mr murphy and i know that mr murphy people don't let them so it's clear that face the owner and the residents of new jersey to know that there is a great there's great economic turmoil here in our state and doubt property captors are at a record high uh they had a little purdue with our legislature at a lot to do with some of the leadership uh outside of the state of new jersey and bill murphy is part of that and are all at the day before the than they're fighting words by riccardi tags that we love have igadd the show you welcome here anytime my friend god bless you got swedlove to you and your family met riccardi keep us posted at dole my kale there in a house right now auto the round the radio with me deal it they're they're they're for you what we what we love that thank you that is a good kid debbie do hate 762 we love kim's support kim but i'd love for mad to come over kim's cabot now that riccardi going to talk about something in new york sowa the moon good jet thirty years old there are thirty years old this kid i'll let great yeah we need we need yet out there highlighting young conservatives staunch conservative likud at 750 to the wonderful debbie do heym on the roads for your on am 970 the answer thanks joe the grand central eastbound at the lif an accident blocking a couple of lanes crossisland north at a union turnpike a collision air traffic is still moving slowly at the.
"eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"For retirement age at eight hundred dollars should she take a spouse o or should she take her own gotten all this right and also wanted to know if he he could or had to suspend his benefit for his wife to get the spouse okay wad of stuff here will the sixteen thousand six eighty six sixty those eighty never is the medical wages that you can have if you're under full retirement age for the entire year and still receive your social security benefit whether it's a disc whatever got a benefit it might be you could still do it i was thinking it was a i was thinking it was a bad it was not the benefit the maximum or fixing your bike by the way the maximum the maximum was sixty nine twenty i was thinking sixty nine twenty four twenty four eighty i think sixty nine twenty 44 you davy whatever it takes two four six eight or those okay different numbers for depending upon how old ur if you're under full retirement age for all months of the year and you're receiving a social security benefit you can have wages selfemployment income or current wages of up to just shy of seventeen thousand dollars and not have to give any of your social security back but if you go over that amount of wages now most salary or net selfemployment thing if you go over that then you start lose your eligibility have to pay back some of the benefits that you're receiving the forty fortyfour eight eighty number of the second over that we talked about is for the amount of earnings you can have in the months before you get to full retirement it so it's all the talking about the one year or you reach a full retirement age so there's two different sets of rules but it is wages not the amount of social security that you kinda keep our is not that if you're getting thirty thousand the social security and you make too much money that they're going to limit you the 168 eighty it's the amount of wages that you can have before you start running into giving back some of your social security benefits due to a basically an eligibility so the question is should you should shoot should you start taking your benefit sure your wife take benefit.