35 Burst results for "fifty dollars"

T-Mobiles Home Internet is live for all

The 3:59

01:53 min | Last week

T-Mobiles Home Internet is live for all

"There the have the cheapskate himself. Rick broida on once again. Welcome rick thank you. Roger always to be here so we had you back on. We had you on in february to discuss your early impressions of t. mobile's internet service. Which runs on his forty five network. Can i know you talked about some hiccups. It was generally decent so now that you've had this extended time with it. What's the verdict verdict is thumbs up actually very happy to discover that at least for me at least for now t mobile home internet has been working reliably and quickly. And if i sound weird about it. It's just because i i almost didn't expect it to. You know i kind of like okay. Works but then there's going to be traffic or there's going to be congestion and it's just gonna stop working well on whatever and it's actually been quite good very happy and has has anything about the experienced trial of the last six weeks to get better worse or was it. Was it largely the same so things were a little rock. You're at the start because you know gateway placement where you put the thing in. Your house is actually very important. And so the first couple of places. I tried it i Connectivity my my speeds were kind of all over the place and since then i've found that the perfect spot is on the second floor of my house near a window and kind of pointed in the direction of where i think the towers are and since then my speeds been great. My you know. Everything's been fairly consistent. So that's the big tip. I wanna give people who are trying. The service is to make sure you experiment with where the gateway goes because it really can make a big difference got an i want to talk about speeds for sure but before we get to that a big deal a big change since we talked t mobile to six dollars a month from fifty dollars a

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Trump Paid $750 in Federal Income Taxes in 2017

The Report

01:55 min | Last week

Trump Paid $750 in Federal Income Taxes in 2017

"The new york times obtaining information on president trump's tax returns the times reporting the president pages. Seven hundred fifty dollars in taxes in twenty sixteen and again in his first year in office in two thousand twenty. A report from the new york times revealed that president trump paid virtually no personal income taxes for many years. Trump's assertions about his finances were less than truthful. Some part of the tax return information was disclosed in twenty twenty and it turned out he had paid virtually no federal tax. I think two consecutive years. That didn't seem to have much of an impact certainly on his quote unquote bays totally fake news. Now actually pay tax but and you'll see that as soon as my tax returns it's under order. They've been underwater for took nearly four years and a slew of corroborating witnesses to highlight even one piece of the president's byzantine finances and then the president weaved all this away from the podium which only made things more difficult for voters. Here was the evidence. The president was misleading the public claiming to be a billionaire while paying less in taxes than almost anyone. The president claimed that all that was made up fake news but there was no way for the public to know for sure because he still refused to provide those tax returns. It is certainly true. That had the returns been released. There would have been follow up questions that were possible that without the returns could never have been asked because the return cisco's a good bit of information that the annual financial disclosure reports that presence and other senior executive branch officials and candidates have to file. Don't they don't provide that more granular information and therefore they don't raise the kinds of questions that he would be required to answer.

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Jessi Pujji - A Primer on Performance Marketing

Invest Like the Best

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Jessi Pujji - A Primer on Performance Marketing

"So jesse the first part of this conversation is going to be what. I'll call the definitive conversation on performance marketing and i guess really just marketing generally speaking to set the stage as to why you are the right person to be having this conversation with. Just tell us the short history thumbnail version of an push how it got started. And what you've been doing since its founding. Yeah sure. I was not born. A performance marketer. Rank wouldn't wouldn't have expected myself to end up here. Ten years ago is i was working at goldman sachs and i went to wharton and if you go to wharton goldman sachs says the goal of every word kid. I got that ring and my dad was an entrepreneur came from india. I grew up around that entrepreneurship. What i thought i was going to do. But kinda said man. I want to see what it's like to be an investor and learn about that. And you know i liked it but i didn't love it and i said i wanna love what i do and so pretty much on a whim moved out west and said hey i'm gonna start a business and was as in love with the idea of starting a business as i was about and i specifically wanted to build something building organization culture and said you know what let's bootstrap this thing. We don't want to raise angel round and then have a gun on her head and burn money. We want to get something that can make money from early on. And we went around talked a lot of mentors and friends and they said oh you're good with numbers and data go look at performance marketing. That you'll figure something out there and we started calling it sandbox entrepreneurship. which was. We're not going to come up with an idea. Sitting are goldman sachs as what we get in the sandbox of something. We'll figure something out and so we kind of did it like nerdy. People would pick a business ideas so he's okay. We got it number. Zero online marketing. That works will. We don't have any relationships with anyone. We're twenty-five years this. this is late. Two thousand nine early thousand ten or don't know anyone don't have any relationships so how do we get into digital marketing. Well there's this thing called performance marketing netflix's invented it and they'll just pay you kind of like a bounty. They'll pay you fifty dollars or one hundred dollars every time you get them a customer you take all the risks and you make the margin and we go arbitrage. That sounds familiar like. Let's go do that right. And let's go figure that

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Monopoly (MM #3657)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Monopoly (MM #3657)

"The with kevin mason. The game of monopoly is changing. They want to update for the times. They're going to be changing the community chest cards. The ones that tell you you won a beauty pageant. Or there's a bank error in your favor or from the sale of your stock. You get fifty dollars some of which are technically relevant but they want to get more with the times things like animal rescue and conferencing and kind of updating them to make them more contemporary. But what's amazing to me is. Why is it matter. The game of monopoly isn't real isn't reflective of our times. It's the game of monopoly. It is what it is and at the same time you don't play it necessarily carrying about what set on the card in fact the community chest that they talk about needs community chest. Cards is actually the precursor to the united way which has been around longer than i have. Perhaps monopoly. Who's asking for people's input into the new community chest cards. Just looking for a way to be topical. It's almost like sometimes when they change out the tokens just for the sake of changing the tokens. Does it really matter or is it just about being thought about.

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Monopoly (MM #3657)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Monopoly (MM #3657)

"The with kevin mason. The game of monopoly is changing. They want to update for the times. They're going to be changing the community chest cards. The ones that tell you you won a beauty pageant. Or there's a bank error in your favor or from the sale of your stock. You get fifty dollars some of which are technically relevant but they want to get more with the times things like animal rescue and conferencing and kind of updating them to make them more contemporary. But what's amazing to me is. Why is it matter. The game of monopoly isn't real isn't reflective of our times. It's the game of monopoly. It is what it is and at the same time you don't play it necessarily carrying about what set on the card in fact the community chest that they talk about needs community chest. Cards is actually the precursor to the united way which has been around longer than i have. Perhaps monopoly. Who's asking for people's input into the new community chest cards. Just looking for a way to be topical. It's almost like sometimes when they change out the tokens just for the sake of changing the tokens. Does it really matter or is it just about being thought about.

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The PS5 Is the Fastest Selling Console in U.S. History

W-Key Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

The PS5 Is the Fastest Selling Console in U.S. History

"Title of our stream is peace five. I'm the fastest now. The reason for that being one. It's kind of cool. Goes to the captain phillips on the captain. Now mean i if i could add like memes to a title would we can't but also it's because it is technically speaking as of four months in two to its release or whatever it's been it's been about four months. It is the fastest selling console in us. History in total dollars sold so Not necessarily fastest unit sales right fastest dollar sales. Yeah which in. This is sort of tongue in cheek. And i'm sort of holding my breath. Because i made the prediction at this series s would be the best selling console because the series is is cheaper series as may have sold more more actually use. It doesn't sell as much doesn't sell for as much money. That's why know. I'm just trying to save my take on that i'll also sailor. How also say i kind of assist in your take maybe With shortage people were getting their hands on. They could like colin i. We're only going to buy just council and that's it but we ended up getting a bundle so that normal console just like five hundred bucks. We ended up getting like seven fifty dollar bundle because they're going like hotcakes. When i was able to get something to my cock fuck beginning on buying. I'll give a shit. I want it so some people who might not usually spend that much money on console just gobbled up because they're so fast so they say how much money spent on

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Top 15 ideas for an equitable economy

Work In Progress

05:32 min | Last month

Top 15 ideas for an equitable economy

"I'm pleased today to be joined by dr phil jackson of new profits. She's one of the managing partners. Enchila- thank you so much for being with us ramona. Thank you for having us especially on this exciting day where we're finally announcing the fifteen solutions for the grand challenge. I am so glad we could talk about this today. Because we've been we've talked about this in the past as you were taking in the applications for this so for those in the audience who don't know what the grand challenges when you tell us. Kind of broadly. What it is and then we can talk about. Who's some of the people have been selected to the future burton grand challenges partnered by new profit in partnership with x prize foundation. Mit solve and j f f. And what we're doing is we're giving finalist access to six million dollars. In funding to implement solutions that will rapidly reskill twenty five thousand workers into higher wage jobs and it quip influential workforce boards with vetted tools to help get americans back to work in why this is so important as that many times philanthropy. We actually give grants based on ideas. These grants are going to be given based on outcomes so it's really going to be down to how many people were trained and how many people were placed in jobs with living wages. What were you looking for as you're looking for the organizations the groups to go forward in this competition so yet so even before cova working on this initiative for two years and really what we senator around were were adults busy people who are in need of upskilling but who can't take the opportunity cost to take off a year or go back to get a four year degree so we know going into this that we were looking for accelerated learning programs and also programs that would allow a learner or a worker to earn while they learn. We know that you know people. We think. A lot about the fifty six million. Us residents who are are working minimum. Wage jobs you know less than living wage jobs that they need opportunities to to skill up in a fashion that works for their complex and busy lives and so we really wanted these entrepreneurs to be willing to center the experience of these learners right and to create solutions that will work alongside their busy lives. We talk a lot about trying to upskill four jobs now. Actually and jobs of the future are each of the program. Said are in your rapid reskilling. Are they ernest. You learn absolutely in the way that we're thinking about it. There's two things one is like you said ramona. The future of work has become the president of work right so a lot of things that we thought were going to happen. Happened in cove. It industries went away that we thought were recession proof. And so what we've tried to do with all of these trainings. Is that one is their offered free of charge to the job seekers. And we're asking about preneurs a train for jobs that will not be impacted in the future works of thinking in the next three to five years and where people can leave the short term training and actually get a job with a living wage in so those are the parameters that we looked at. And we want to make sure that these trainings were geared towards people. Don't have a bachelor's degree and have other barriers employment. There are fifteen different organizations. That will be part of the solution. They're a combination of rapid reskilling. An mit sauce. And so we're looking at the fifteen solutions of the cohort that. We're validating at workforce boards. They just came to us from different challenges. There's a couple that. I'm just really excited about the first. Is this company. That's called charger help. And what's so interesting about that. One is that they are training people to be technicians into service electric car charging stations. What's interesting to me about. The idea is one is who knew that that was a job. You know. I didn't in to who knew that you could do that type of job and not have a bachelors degree so in a sixteen week program. They're able to train someone to do this job and they can go and make upwards of hundred and fifty dollars an hour but the company itself charged for help actually pays their employees up to fifty dollars an hour but they're giving them this training. That has a great market potential. And so that's one example. Another example that we're really excited about is generations. Usa there are national nonprofit ner actually international in many ways but they're allowing people to on the job while they're like learning a new trade and they do everything from building trades to manufacturing to data to technology while they're getting the technical training they're also giving them the wraparound supports of that professional training. And what some might call soft skills but are you know really important professional skills if we're going to actually obtain a job. They're getting paid while they do it. They're tuning to like the wraparound supports. A worker might need so in terms of transportation and childcare and they are promised a job on the other end of it and so as a learner. When you're thinking about that opportunity cost of taking you know sixteen weeks or three months off to learn. You're getting some upside in the beginning. And also you've got this guarantee on the back end.

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Editorial Book Reviews: Getting Reviews for Your Book

Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts

05:37 min | Last month

Editorial Book Reviews: Getting Reviews for Your Book

"The value of the review of a book first of all it aids in third party credibility having somebody else say hey. This book is great is a way that browsing customers or potential readers are going to be a little more susceptible or a little more willing to first of all. Purchase your book or even more so. Read your book also. Getting reviews helps out with marketing. Because you can go out. And say hey. My book is amazing. But somebody else says that. Your book was amazing. Can grab a little quote. Their fair use folks. We go to share that on out there and say hey this is. This book is great. Says i dunno engelbert humperdinck that whoever might be was probably not a great example. And there's also another theory when it comes to reviews it also helps out in search engine optimization because by having even more data on your product page or put with your book online it will generate more traffic and more discover ability now again. That's a theory especially over on the amazon platform. So now we've gotten the reviews part out the way. What about editorials book reviews. What the heck are those. Is you hear this quite often. Some people are like well. There's no. I don't know anybody newspaper. I don't know an editor. How am i supposed to do this. No contra independent book review summarizes at best when they say this i'm going to read it verbatim. An editorial book review is unbiased. Reader focused review of your published or soon to be published book often used by publishers on marketing. Material book covers posters and on the editorial reviews section on their amazon sales page that lasts parts a really nice one in. We're gonna put a pin in that because we would come back to that probably towards the end so what is an editorial review like this varies per platform say that ten times fast varies per platform and it really depends on what they offer most instances and aditorial review with specific service sites. They tend to have more discerning readers and people that are going to give you a more detailed review places like qurqus in union square review have readers who picked every last detail about your book. Apart that includes cover design the ad. Copy ak your book description. Your titled choice content everything. It's very very detailed. The nice thing about a to'real refuses. They make him really good long. They're not gonna be like your normal amazon book reviewers like this was a great book review. I gave it to my grandmother. I loved it that type of review just doesn't really cut the mustard when it comes to third party credibility you really need someone who says precisely what this book is in why they enjoyed it. Or maybe why they didn't enjoy it and then with that at a tory review. You're able to kind of have some information that you can use his marketing collateral in. Put that out there and get it to where people potentially by more now. There are some other forms of editorial reviews that are not as professionals. Let's say as qurqus or a union square review. I'm not gonna point any figures one specific but let's just say that A blogger posts a review about your book on their website. Technically that's an editorial review is. It's an outside source. Maybe some unused that blogger as an expert of some sorts of that definitely qualifies as editorial review. All right so you probably saying yourself. It's all well and good dale. What's the cost is a no. This is going to be getting to glad that you said this. They'll stick around folks. Don't listen to the like the the. Oh i heard the number how much it's gonna cost and just to now because they're going to share with you how you can be able to select what's right and what's wrong. You most times editorial reviews the cost as little as fifty dollars to as much as five hundred seventy five dollars or even more depending on how much you're going gonna be buying as far as the quantity goes to be clear when you get an editorial review that usually does not consist of them doing the review and posting it on amazon. No no no. No no no. Because that's buying reviews. Its getting to get against terms of service over on amazon. So they don't do that. It's okay. i think you understood that though Editorial reviews will be simply something that they're going to share on their website maybe to the email list maybe to their youtube channel so on and so forth. You're just able to take the editorial review and place it where you would like a few of them on top my head here. I'm going to kind of go through. Some is not an exhaustive list. But i want to kind of give you an example. Reader's favourite k. Probably not my favorite site no pun intended when it comes to buying editorial reviews but they do offer a free editorial review that you can get through them really nice score to reader's favourite. Pick up you'll thank me

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The Guy Who Did Everything Wrong But Still Figured it Out with David Pere

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

09:24 min | Last month

The Guy Who Did Everything Wrong But Still Figured it Out with David Pere

"Paret welcome to the bigger pockets. Money podcasts. I i talk to you today. Thanks for having me on the show. Mindy scott always a pleasure. Yeah we it's always a pleasure for scott and you're just for being on the show that was that was like a comma scott calm like always a pleasure for both of you. Okay okay probably a bad use of commas. I'm big fan of the comma. Anyway david paret is a career marine corps officer and heat. I learned about the term fire from our very own got trenched and brandon turner some schmuck who hosts another one of our podcast for bigger pockets and he learned about it in the most five way. Possible on a hike in hawaii. Why were you in hawaii david. I was stationed out there. Okay okay so. I was there for business business. Let's do some air quotes around that business although as ceo. I guess it's really convenient to go out to talk to brandon hop on clay instead of just hopping on zoom. Anyway david paret. Where does your journey with money. Begin first off for those listening. I have to correct you. I listed i am. I am not fancy and i actually say that with a badge of honor because i think that actually makes for anyone listening to this who's military that actually makes this way more Powerful because. I'm just an enlisted schmuck. So everyone thank you for correcting me. Please germany correct me. I really wanna try learning all of this military suffered. I'm just wrong all the time so sorry about that. Are you an enlisted officer or just Just an enlisted marine. He's an enlisted marine. Okay now tell us your money story. Are you on board with us using the term semper fi to describe your journey absolutely. That's an accurate statement or disrespectful to the phrase semper fi. No no it's motto. It means always faithful. So oh okay. Tell somebody already david. My money story starts off in all those same places that most service members do terrible right. I joined the marine corps in two thousand and eight. I had super frugal parents. Who did all the right things. Even to envelope budgeting. They taught me all the things you're supposed to do. Bought the off brand stuff to save money. And then i joined the marine corps. It was my first real salary. I went to japan. And i was like. Oh my god. I got money and i blew it on everything i went to a on even went on a deployment tax exempt pay. I came home with seventeen thousand dollars. And i bought a truck a rifles and tattoos a bunch of alcohol and probably took some people out on dates and have nothing to show for any of so. I did Terrible things you know by the time i was. I would have been two thousand thirteen to fourteen. When i i mean i probably had an a negative net worth and somebody handed me the book. Rich dad poor dad because they were trying to get me into Amway ride in helped me sell stuff on the side. And i remember telling the guy like no joke i was just like i don't read like you know like i'm a marine. We don't read books which is not entirely true but And he pulled a cd like out of his pocket and was like wow. I've got a cd. And i know you drive a lot on recruiting duty. So plug this in. And listen to it and i listened to it originally with the intent of like well. He called my bluff final. I'll listen to the stupid book. And then within three months. I had bought a duplex and things just started. Roll like i. I listened to that book i like. Oh wow this is cool. I downloaded audible. Listen to a couple other purple library books and then i was googling. Every time i didn't understand they just go to google. And then i stumbled upon bigger pockets and then the book on rental property investing in the book on no and low money down and then like right in the same timeframe someone got really drunk and parked on top of my harley and so they totalled my harley but they didn't want to he owned a car dealership so he didn't want he didn't wanted on insurance so he just paid me cash and then i took it to the viewership and they paid me for it and so i basically got the original price. I'd put into this bike at the same time. Like looking for a duplex and use an fha loan bought a duplex lived in one half rented the other half and then things just kind of scaled from there. So at this point. You're sitting there. And you're just becoming aware of wealth-building concept in general and it doesn't two thousand fourteen. You have basically no wealthier debt at all at that point. Yes so i guess. By the time. I read this book. It was actually probably october of two thousand fifteen. I had a little bit of debt. I mean maybe maybe a few thousand in credit card debt in an auto loan. But i didn't have. I probably didn't have a thousand dollars in the checking account so i only had you know i probably only had like a negative three or four thousand five thousand dollars net worth so. It wasn't like terrible but it was definitely nothing to show for it at all. But you were contributing to your tsp right a little bit. I had done the minimum like eight to ten percent. But what i had done. And this is the There's there's different funds right. When i first joined your money went into the fund which is government backed securities which is in perspective. I've been putting eight to ten percent. Mit because someone told me to. But between two thousand eight and two thousand fifteen. I left it in a fund that essentially earned two. Maybe three percent interest never lost money but it earned two percent interest while the rest of the stock market was earning twenty thirty percent returns coming out of the two thousand and eight recession and i just ate it so i could have way more money in their if i just know where to put it or what more money in. So it wasn't until two thousand fifteen that i really cranked up and started putting twenty thirty Last year sixty percent at one point in my in my thrift savings plan. Okay so this was not a meaningful part of your position at the time when this all started right now i probably had five grand. Dsp ray how much cash did you have at the time as well. If i hadn't totalled my or had my harley totaled basically none. I was pretty much living paycheck to paycheck. How does a harley jump. Start one's cash position. I i don't really. I don't have a perspective on. This is a motorcycle worth eight. Grand is it worth fifteen twenty. Twenty-five i i have no clue. No no no not that much. I probably got probably like eighty five hundred out of totaling. It wasn't super expensive harley and it was a few years old i've probably got about eighty five hundred but i was living missouri which is super affordable and then i was able to use the fha loans. I got into this house for like four grant. I think it was thirty. Eight hundred bucks. So you're stationed in missouri and you buy a duplex and can you walk us through kind of how the housing allowance and all that kind of stuff works for those who are not familiar with military benefits just so we can get a a total picture of your position at this. Starting point. pleasant fifteen yeah. I i think in springfield. My housing allowance was like eight hundred and fifty dollars a month and the housing allowances tax exempt. So it's you don't pay any taxes but actually counts as a little bit more As far as debt to income goes towards your lender. I think it's like one point two five times. Whatever your housing allowance cost when you go to buy. But at the time i was living in an apartment and there's like five fifty a month for a two bed one bath apartment and my lease was coming up on and do so. I was able to get into this place. I bought the duplex for eighty. One thousand my mortgage was six fifteen and there was attended one side for four seventy five Market rent was like five fifty. So i was like okay. Well this could. this could work nothing else. I'm going to be paying one hundred and whatever that math is one hundred forty dollars a month out of pocket for the mortgage as opposed to the five fifty. I was paying on rent. And i probably should've used the. Va loan on that but nobody knows anything about the va. Loan and the lender actually told me not to because he told me quote unquote you can only use it once which is wrong air so much confusion around the va loan. I hope that somebody someday we'll sit down with a really great lender and talk all about the. Va loan and if they have already it would be awesome to link to that in the show notes because the va loan is only applicable to who service members veterans Some federal employees but generally just service members and veterans. Okay so that's not necessarily all of our audience. But i think it's really important to note that you can use it more than once you can use it a lot more than once. You can use it as many times as you want. There's some stipulations there. Because you have to renew the eligibility and after two or three times it gets kind of kind of convoluted but you can the first time you can use it. There's no limit on it anymore. So you can go and buy. There's a guy. I don't wanna knock on wood right now. There's a guy under contract on a triplex for one point. Six million dollars in the bay area right now that we're we're helping and he's going to basically move into this thing zero down and he's high income earner out of the military veteran and in the medical field so he's got a good day but he's gonna pay zero down get like two and a quarter two and a half percent interest on this thing and his tenants are essentially going to pay the mortgage and then he's going to be on the hook for maintenance repairs.

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Making broadband more affordable

Talking Tech

01:55 min | Last month

Making broadband more affordable

"If you're listening to this you likely know that broadband has played a major part in your life last year amid the coronavirus pandemic people went to work online school online and visited relatives. Remotely that is true but there is some good news congressman fcc. The federal communications commission have recognized that broadband access equal across the country. Whether it's having the funds to pay for connectivity or just lack of high speed access period right now the fcc creating a program called the emergency broadband benefit program which offers a fifty dollar monthly discount for broadband services. So you get the discount off your bill. And that goes up to seventy five dollars if you live on tribal lands and also i one time discount of up to one hundred dollars for a computer. A tablet purchased through a participating provider. There's one discount per eligible household. What's ineligible household. You might ask. Well includes those who are currently on the lifeline program which helps low income. Americans purchase cell phone and broadband access and others. Like those on medicaid or usher assistance program or the school lunch program. You can find out more about eligibility and the program in my story on tech usa today dot com or you can go to fcc dot gov and search for emergency broadband benefit program. People are supposed to be able to apply for that next month. In the meantime congress look into extend the funding for that program and also attack. What's called the digital divide by expanding high speed broadband access to currently unserved and underserved areas in the us. It's part of a ninety four billion dollars proposal. That democratic sponsors congressman. Jim clyburn of south carolina and senator amy klobuchar of minnesota they hope will become part of president biden's infrastructure plan. It's called the accessible affordable internet for all act and we'll be tracking its progress in the days to come on tech dot. Usa today dot com.

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 'Obamacare' boost easy for some, but others face paperwork

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

'Obamacare' boost easy for some, but others face paperwork

"The new code relief bill signed by the president will bring changes to the affordable Care Act but many subscribers will have to submit new paperwork to get the benefits a summary released by the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services says president Biden's obamacare expansion will reduce costs for new customers those already enrolled in the program people who become unemployed this year and it may help many whose incomes were too high to previously qualify for subsidies starting April first under a special enrollment period people who sign up will automatically get the benefit of higher subsidies authorized by Congress with the reduction of about fifty dollars a month per person for the nine million plus already getting subsidies they'll have to log on to health care dot gov after April first to get their discounts or wait until tax time twenty twenty two to claim a bigger tax credits Jackie Quinn Washington

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From $33k in Debt to $100k+ in Net Worth Through House Hacking & Smart Saving with Budget Girl

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

06:46 min | Last month

From $33k in Debt to $100k+ in Net Worth Through House Hacking & Smart Saving with Budget Girl

"Sarah. Welcome back to the show. I'm so excited to see you again. Thank you so much. I'm so thrilled to be here. Tell us what you've been up to the last three years. I believe in three years since i last spoke with you like on online. I've spoken to offline. Yes so last time i was on the show i had just paid off thirty three thousand dollars student loan debt on an average thirty thousand dollar income. I started at twenty six. And since then i have Saved a bunch of money and now have an over one hundred thousand dollar net worth and i am the owner of a duplex ashley. Hundred thousand air over here and if you haven't mentioned this earlier but if you haven't already go back and listen to episode six because it's just incredible i mean it's it's not the most debt we've heard paid off in the show but it's the most debt we've paid off her had seen paid off in the shortest amount of time relative to the income level that you had it's truly remarkable impressive feat and no surprises that you're becoming wealthy a few years later with the after after achieving that thank you it is. It's a lot more fun to build up the wealthy to pay off the debt. I'll tell you that and a lot faster too. That's really fun. Just grow compound. Interest is working for you or against you. Can you tell us a little bit about Just to catch up on the money story before we get into the review. You come a little bit of catch-up on the duplex potentially or any other highlights of the journey of the last three years. Yes so The duplex purchase. I actually have only had for ten months. So i bought it right when the pandemic started my i was wrenching and i was saving up for a property. 'cause i knew i wanted to do multifamily and i found the perfect place after shopping for a year. Right is the world went to hell so it came to the at a very good time because my rental apartment was actually going to increase three hundred dollars a month and so i started really seriously thinking like if i find the deal that where the numbers work. Let's go ahead and do this. So it was a two hundred thirty thousand dollar property in college station texas and it has three bedroom two bath on each side little backyard little three parking spots freeze unit very cute little things in a little subdivision near the campus texas a and m university campus in the direction that the campus is growing. So i very much anticipate that that will increase in value. And it already has. It's actually already to fifty after ten months. 'cause i just replied oh right i would point out that somebody else on this call also purchased in the path of progress and that would be scott not me because we have different investment styles but that is a really great thing that i think some people don't realize or take into account if the path of progress is going north. You did to be looking north. Because those are where the properties are going to appreciate at a faster rate than the potential path of progress than outside the potential path progress that nothing's guaranteed scott. Had a really great way to choose his property to and it was smack in the path of progress yeah parallel also my properties with two hundred and forty thousand dollars a very similar type of deal for us and even our cabinets are the same assault on instagram. Yeah the same exact cabinets that by my head but let me ask you. This is your property located what he said a path of progress in the best area. You could be living in right now if you were to purchase anywhere in the In a thirty mile radius not even close. But it's also not in the worst it's kind of a medium area. There's some older homes nearby and there's also a they just built like a walmart and a shopping center there and but more importantly texas owns so much of the surrounding area and they keep building in that direction. And i mean the university plans are on the website for free. You can go look at them and that like they're planning on growing in that direction so i could be just like a spit from one of their like giant new enormous buildings and a couple of years. Awesome in my understanding. Is your house hacking this. Yes so i am renting outside a i. Actually originally i inherited a hud tenant who is paying ten fifty a month. Her lease ended at the end of february. I m doing some fix ups on the project this month in march and i have a new tenant moving in april at twelve fifty a month also and i understand that you're crowd sourcing feedback on your remodel on instagram. So you can follow her at go budget girl and she really wants more opinions on how what color. She should paint the kitchen cabinets. A second. is that right. Oh definitely and the other parts of the house hacking of course is i actually so i have renters on a i live in but my boyfriend also lives with me and i charged him five hundred dollars a month in rent because nobody sugar mama i was. I was gonna say how did that him. That's still a good deal right. That's less than the other half the other side so like it's a three bedroom unit so we have an office and we share a bedroom. He has a lease that i worked for him. And we've both side with you know contingencies for things. It might happen. He didn't have a deposit he doesn't have pet rent and he essentially gets way more space than he would anywhere else in town for that price and due to that he's helping me with the a unit right now. He was mopping yesterday. While i was at work all right perfect it works out. But i'm glad there's the conversation and what's your mortgage payment on this It was originally just under seventeen hundred dollars a month. So i was paying one hundred fifty dollars a month out of pocket and but just reside and i was able to go down almost a whole point so my new mortgage is going to be fifteen sixty four so just under sixteen hundred so i'm going to be making one hundred dollars a month. That's fantastic. And so why did you refi. Generally it was it was it because of the Interest mostly or was there like pm. Is that you're able to shed or what were some of the things around that. Unfortunately i wasn't able to shed. Pm i quite yet. But i saw that interest rates were dropping. I was pleased with my rate. Got a three point six five right around the time that everything was going down and then it bumped up a little bit and i did. Fha loan so. I only put three point five percent down. Even though the property appraised for tenure. And more than i paid and even though it's now worth tango and more than that i'm still not quite to the level where i can shave off the pm. I but that's one hundred fifty dollars a month. And i find that to be worth it.

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How Much Should You Spend on Marketing?

The $100 MBA Show

04:42 min | Last month

How Much Should You Spend on Marketing?

"Marketing. It's money we have to spend to bring in new customers. It's one of the things a lot of entrepreneurs neglect and they wonder why they're not making enough revenue one. Today's episode. i'm gonna give you a simple formula to know how much to spend to acquire customer. And how much and told to spend every single month on marketing a lot. We will go around doing this the wrong way. They kind of just think. I want to acquire customer in the cheapest way possible or i want to acquire as many customers as possible with the least amount of money. No no no okay. I'm going to save a lot of headaches a lot of time and especially money so this is what you're going through. Your first step is need to understand the ltv of your customer. The lifetime value. How much money on average does each customer spend at your business now. You might be using some sort of Data or revenue analytics tool like profit well or burr. Metrics or chart mogul but to keep things simple. If you don't have one of those tools about the way propolis freeze if you want to check them out. They can integrate with your payment processor. but an easy to figure out. The ltv is to kelly all the revenue you've ever made in your business and divide that by the number of customers you've had so the make things simple. Let's just say. I made one hundred thousand dollars in revenue in my business so far and had a hundred customers if i divide that that means my. Ltv per customer is thousand dollars on average. The amount of money i take from each customer in total is a thousand so some customers will spend more. Some customers will spend less but this is on average thousand dollars per customer. Now this could be because some customers are buying more of your stuff or coming back are staying longer. If it's a subscription service or Are buying up upsells. This all is factored in the ltv. It's an average of how much money you make per customer so this number is really important. Your ltv why because now you know how much you make per customer so every time you get a customer on average you're gonna make a thousand dollars from them in the lifetime of customers rating with you so now you know you need to acquire this customer for less money. You have to factor in how much it costs you to get this customer. Not only in terms of you know maybe add dollars of running facebook ads. But if there's somebody that's on your team that's hired to do this marketing person or using service you have to include that cost too but if you're doing it yourself then we're gonna go straight up the cost to acquire this customer so if you spent two thousand dollars to have a booth at a conference and you got four customers out of conference it costs you five hundred dollars each customer. If you're ltv's thousand that's not bad okay. You doubled but tv's three hundred. You lost the money on acquiring that customer. This why you're ltv is so important to know. How much money are you going to get by acquiring this customer so once you know your ltv you know you have this much wiggle room on acquiring that customer now. I like to at least start by spending twenty five percent of my ltv on the customer. Why because i have other expenses of my business. And i want to be able to skill this as much as possible so if my ltv one thousand. I don't want to spend more than two hundred fifty dollars to acquire that customer. Ltv is four hundred dollars. Then you spend more than one hundred dollars obviously the lower the caq. The customer acquisition cost the better. That means you are getting a tremendous amount of upside tremendous value from that customer with very little cost in your into acquire them. So that's a next thing you need to figure out. How much does it cost you to acquire a customer. Not every channel that you try to Market is gonna get you the same cac so you might run facebook ads and let's say for example. It costs you ten dollars per lead to get A lead and you can convert those into customer at a twenty five percent conversion rate. I mean it cost you. Forty dollars to acquire customer on facebook at you might sponsor a podcast and you have a unique link and that unique link tells you how many customers do get and this is why when it comes to something like sponsorships it's good to experiment and see With a few episodes how well it does. You can understand the caq so that you can double or triple down on this medium on this avenue of marketing.

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A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

The Breakdown with NLW

05:47 min | Last month

A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

"Sound. You hear the sound of people's heads absolutely exploding a few times in previous episodes. I've mentioned the people auction going. On at christie's this is the first time the famous auction house has auctioned off a completely digital good. They had previously included an f. T. versions of some physical items that were up for auction but this was the first time it was just an nf tea while the final bids are in and the price paid for people's the first five thousand days was sixty nine million three hundred and forty six thousand two hundred fifty dollars first of all the folks over on wall street. Bets are in utter disbelief that the price wasn't sixty nine million. Four hundred twenty thousand and sixty nine dollars. Second of all crypto. Twitter is absolutely frigging losing their minds. This is a crescendo. Perhaps the first of many but definitely the first of the nfc mennea sweeping the world. I've given the background before but in short. Nfc's are non fungible tokens non fungible means that rather than every token being like every other token in other words each. Bitcoin is like each other bitcoin. They're mutually interchangeable. Each other is equivalent to each other. Tether these are cryptographic. Unique tokens that uniqueness lens them well to the actual owning quote unquote of the original quote unquote of creative work. Like a piece of art and of have been a part of the crypto space. For years i mean remember crypto kitties but over the last few months and especially the last few weeks they have had a major breakout. There have been two really important categories within that the first is actually in the sports collectible slash trading cards space last year. The team that brought you crypto katie's launched nba top shots in conjunction with the nba. These are effectively a new type of trading card featuring efficiently. Licensed video highlights. Now i was watching this and things started reasonably but they have really picked up over the last couple months last month. Nba top shot process. More than two hundred fifty million dollars in sales from one hundred thousand buyers more than that admitted a whole new group of wales a wall street journal article today was called the whales of nba. Top shot made a fortune buying lebron highlights. They were the early to the hottest. Nf market and their collections are now worth millions of dollars. They take a look at people. Like michael levy a thirty one year old financial analyst. Who spent one hundred seventy five thousand dollars over six months whose collection is now worth twenty million plus or andy chore. Leeann a twenty seven year. Old dev who back in his younger days traded pokemon bought sneakers but then more recently bought. Thirty eight hundred. Nba top shot moments. That are now worth a collective fifteen million. I think it's really important to point this side of the market out because in many ways it is a completely different. Demographic than the crypto punks art type people and frankly the people interested in people at least on an artistic level. But i also think it's worth noting that collectibles in general are going crazy. Golden auctions is a huge trading house for cards memorabilia. It sarah on march seventh. Golden tweeted prior to two thousand twenty. There only ten cards that ever sold for one million dollars plus in history last night we sold five cards for a million dollars. Plus clearly there is something going on in these sports card collectible market as well and on a smaller level i track a small index of magic the gathering card prices just to keep track of what older cars in that space are doing and it's up four hundred and fourteen percent in the last year. This is going to be relevant for discussion in a little bit about what's really underlying what's happening in an f. Teas but for now. Let's get back to the art. There has been a ton of focus. Here i people were gobsmacked by the price of crypto punks which are selling for thousand sometimes even tens of thousands hash masks or more of the same but all in all these things felt pretty well contained within the crypto space they were insider games insider speculation and insider collectors over the last few weeks that shifted we saw people sell on nifty gateway for more than six million. We had musicians jumping in just in blau who performs as three lau sold a set of thirty three. Nfc's for over eleven million dollars. Grimes may just under six million dollars. Kings of leon released an album last week with full. Ft's we've seen more sports stars jump in with gronk releasing a bunch of nf teas and then we've had brand seemingly determined to ruin the party for everyone like taco bell who released a set of tease last week as well. Of course alongside the hype. The backlash has increased as well. I mentioned on yesterday's show that there is a huge group. Were now fighting on environmental grounds. Just to give you a sample of some of those tweets per the biggest thing. The nfc sh tells us that we have an extremely short amount of time to destroy the capitalist system before it scorches all live from the earth in of a three percent rate of return. Here's another one the. Nfc thing has drawn a line in the sand between the artists who are annoying for evil minting enough tease and artists who are annoying for good cyber bullying people minting. Nfc's until dimensions mentions are so exhausting. They stop like we're all annoying but it's how we use our powers finally. Let's do one more tweeting things here and there but my stance on teases final. It's horrible for the environment and a very critical time in the climate crisis. Therefore if you participate in it. I will judge you freely in gladly and no longer support you so i tweeted this out yesterday and got a huge number of responses of people who have seen similar things and keep in mind. These aren't like random accounts or at least these tweets are getting hundreds of likes responses. And re tweet so. It seems clear that there is this counter lash happening even as we speak all in all the point. Is that even before today. Things in this space. We're getting pretty heated. But then the people auction closed

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The Perfect First Business

The $100 MBA Show

05:27 min | Last month

The Perfect First Business

"Your first business can be scary intimidating nerve wracking and frankly just risky. There's so much you don't know yet because you just don't have the experience under your belt so it's really important for you. To mitigate that risk too many first time entrepreneurs shoot for the stars they start like a software company requires a lot of town a lot of engineers a lot of funding or they get into e commerce and they wanna sell physical goods and items in their ecommerce store which requires inventory storage tons of technology and a lot of customer headaches. How do i know this well. I have a software company webinar. Ninjas i mentioned before i had an ecommerce store was in retail. I had my own clothing line Over a decade ago. But i also had another type of business that really allowed me to build my other businesses and that's a service based business services any kind of business that offers a service advice expertise to customers. Let me give you an example of base business and will run with this example throughout the lesson because this is an actual real example. That i did. This is actually a business iran. I had a business business republic and it was a service business. It was a consulting firm. And i helped small businesses build and launch new websites and blogs now the great thing about a service based businesses that. You don't need to be the expert but of course if you choose a service that you are good at let's say for example you are a web developer then you can actually start with your own time and talent but it's not required. I started because i knew how to create websites. Resume were press. And i my first few clients using my own time and skill but after time i needed a scale i couldn't just do all the work myself and i actually found out that it actually makes more business sense for me not to do the work. If i were to do this business all over again. I would do just that. I would not be doing any of the actual skilled labor. So how does this work. Well let's say for example. You are charging two thousand dollars for somebody to create you a brand new blog a brand new website. This is very inexpensive. But let's just say this is where you're starting all you need to do to make a profit is to actually get it done for less. This means you can hire on upward for example people that can do the job. They can create websites in this example for you and you just be the facilitator you pass on the work to them now professionals that know what they're doing can create these things quite quickly if they're given the right information. That's where your job comes in is giving the information from the customer. What are the needs of their wants. What's our business. Lie grabbing their logo garner images Getting the copy so that we can then give it to the developer and they can load it all up and create that website. You can easily find really talented Website developers in this example for like five hundred dollars a website and you can easily charge two thousand or more when i was outsourcing it. I was charging around five thousand dollars a website. I had a full time freelance contractor. Who agreed that. He's going to do each website for five hundred dollars. And i gave plenty of work and he was working on three to four websites at a time. Yes i made a ten x profit on each project. now what's great about. Having a service based business is that you can scale this thing in your own time in your own speed. Meaning that if you don't have that many clients that's okay. You're still making a profit because you're charging somebody else to do the work per project per client and you're making a profit on each transaction and as you get more clients grow you will continue to make more profit and it becomes even more profitable and all you have to do is be the person that markets that cells that takes care of the customer the actual work the service can be outsourced to somebody else and guess what you can this with up cells and sister offerings do that with logos with business cards. I used to get other people to design them for me. Part of my team. And i would even like kind of Approved the designs before we get to the The actual customer and again make a profit on each add on each new service. This requires zero overhead from you. While you really need is a website for you to be able to bring customers into your business you only have to pay for somebody to do the work when you have a customer. There's no inventory to keep. There's no software to build or maintain by developers and you're dealing with higher price points meaning thousands of dollars per project rather than customer spending twenty thirty forty fifty dollars on smaller items like ecommerce and dealing with hundreds of customers that complained that won't refunds that have other issues you have less clients and you're making just as much money if not more as you're scaling. This is a really good business. A start with why because it makes you learn a lot of basic skills. You need to succeed in any other business.

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Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

Yeah, She's Driven

07:33 min | Last month

Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

"Let's talk about what who you are how you got online and what your favorite platforms are. So let's start there. yes. I'm originally from england. I came to america. Twenty two to get my commercial pilot's license. Because i thought that was how is gonna travel around the world but it turns out when you get you commercial pilot's license. You don't get to go to bali short trip so hang on a second. This isn't quite what i signed up for. But i did my training in long beach and i grew up watching laguna hills on mtv. And i was like one day lauren. Conrad and i'm gonna drive down h. And i'm going to be in my convertible. We're gonna have lunch together. And so. I always have that vision of wanting to live in southern california. I didn't realize that a pilot's license was going to be the thing that got me here. But when i got here i fell in love and i didn't end up becoming a pilot. I got my whole license but came to america on an old one visa and started to go jobs like this. British jackson turns out a lot of british people. Thinking the same thing in la special. But i did go for an audition to be on a youtube channel and that was probably about ten years ago now nine ten years ago and i got the audition and i found out that my one talent in life is talking and working out at the same time. I can do that all day long. So i started working for a channel on youtube. Grew it to like three million subscribers. We eighteen months. I got paid forty dollars per episode but it was just the excitement of being part of youtube and it was workout videos. And i found something that i knew. This was my thing after about a year and a half. They decided they didn't want to film anymore. I didn't understand why no problem and it took me about a year and a half to get my confidence to fill my own channel and have my own videos now. Been doing that for coming on six seven years. I've got my own fitness that we have a pocus. I just had a best selling book and life is great. But it's really been a lot of grit determination and hard work. But now i'm in a place. Where just loving life and just enjoying everything that's happening so talk to us about the. What is the team. Look like to be able to build videos and editing and all that stuff. What does that look like when you when you start when somebody says okay. I want to assemble cheang because nobody talks about the team. The talking about you should do this. Here's the tactics. let's start there. I love that question. And it's so funny because i think it's always something that i'm working on so i do have a team now but when i'm very first study doing youtube and i still have my camera like a souvenir i had one hundred and fifty dollar sony camera setup on a tripod and i would shoot myself and i had the camera and i didn't realize until about six months later that you could flip the camera so that you can actually see yourself so no joke i would get into the show. I would do my jumping. Jacks put my arms in the air go round replay double check that i was in frame and then go back again. Yes you guys were always learning. So there's a war you if you have a flip camera that you can actually build meals but we didn't have fancy iphones back then. So this hundred and fifty dollars. Sony camera and then as i started to get more things coming on i would have insurance and are actually find people of craigslist. That's where i found most of my employees. Because i have much money at the beginning to help so i started to get people who would do things like my cleaning and my laundry so that i could spend time on that so it was like. Where can i navigate my time. Where is it best spent. And what can i delegate to other people with the money that i have like that sits like what do you have and use that phospholipids. Six years of having this company. I now have a full app team. I have somebody that does my emails. I have a chief business officer. I have a video an editor a personal assistant. Somebody puts all the input in the app. And has that runs my social media and mound. My mom is also working for me. So like i have like nine ten people that a part of my team but at the beginning i did everything i edited did. The blogs did the calendar. Absolutely everything and as things got better. I've been able to bring more people on at a different level. So okay she craigslist. So what did you do run on ad on craigslist. Or he just started surfing people on the job descriptions and setting the messages in. How did you know even how to lead them. You know what i mean like. That's like all right now. we're i. This was hilarious. This more. No kidding this is talk about the flip. The camera thing. I had the flip the camera moment this morning. I'm driving down the street. And i own a virtual system company fifty voice. Okay i own want. And i literally. I'm driving down the street. And i'm talking to the woman who is running dot company. 'cause i don't run that company at all. I have one meeting a week. And i don't run the company and i said wait a minute as a as a running strategy for that committed. Why is my company. The other company hardcore business. Why are we looking for social media. People to post are to put my social media. Team is like all of a sudden decide to be trainers and they're all gone right and there's all happened like the last six weeks and so i find myself postings or outdated like eight figure company and i'm back to posting right and i go. Why am i looking for a virtual assistant. Why don't you go find me. Virtual system works. That would be great for this job and so you know sometimes the common sense is in common and you know one of the things i think you probably develop skills on is like Like okay we find them on craigslist or wherever. And how do you get over the hump of not knowing how to lead them or what to ask them to do so for me. I've done everything in my business. So i knew how to set up even the web stuff. I knew how to write a blog. I learned all the skills myself then. I put an ad out honestly. It was for like an intern. Like hey social media person needs how with you know inputting blogs or whatever was the i was doing. I basically wrote my own job description of what i needed. Help with like you need any experience because at the time the people that i was hiring work. Twenty twenty one twenty two. Because i couldn't afford to pay them. You know somebody who was thirty five and had ten years of experience in like managing a team. So i like she learned all the skills myself i would put an ad out and then i would meet them nor at my house but like a nice cafe because it looked better right. So i do these interviews and i have interviewed. I've really got it down. At the beginning. I was interviewing like ten fifteen people a day for two days straight instead of just doing a quick zun things like oh. It's right in front of us. Why don't you just young paul with them because you know in the first i believe ten seconds if this is going to be the right person for you like with. It's just a feeling and for me. It didn't matter about how much experience they had. It was if i liked you and if we connected and if we gelled so like great i like you. You're a cool person. I'm gonna have you come in and then we're going to do an internship so for a couple of weeks just to see if you've got it and you know we're right fit. I'm gonna teach you these skills that i know. Then y'all gonna do it tell. Show tried to tell them what to do. Show them how to do it with them. Let go off and do it themselves and so we just things that i knew to how to teach them and you know this was thanks to a made and things always perfect. But it's better to have people doing eighty percents of you rather than to do absolutely everything because you never be out of scale and you won't be able to

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Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability

Daily Tech News Show

03:42 min | Last month

Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability

"Samsung announced a follow up to its nine. Seventy yvo solid state drive called the nine eighty the drive is an m v m e. m two three point drive and cost between fifty dollars for the two hundred fifty two hundred gigabyte model to one hundred and thirty dollars for the one terabyte version. This is samsung's i d ram less. Mvm e ssd it takes advantage of the host memory buffer feature in the n. m. e. specification instead which also brings the price down. Samsung says the nine hundred can achieve speeds of up to six times that of a saudi-based s. Cbs news reports. The twitter is suing texas attorney general. Ken paxton in federal court following an investigation. The attorney general launched into twitter after it banned former president trump twitter alleges the attorney general is violating the first amendment by trying to punish the social network for exercising free speech rights over the content hosts. Criollo is ten years old and in celebration. Google announced new tools coming to the platform. A feature called phone hub. Will you find an android phone from a chrome os device together with one. Click and check. Your phone's battery. Life wifi sink. Lets you automatically connect to wi fi networks that your android phone. It's nearby share. Lets you easily share. Files between chrome os in android devices without needing an internet connection. Cremona screen reader is getting improved controls and clipboard can now store up to five things apple released. Ios fourteen four dot one an important security update to address a web. Kit vulnerability update aims to prevent code execution in safari and third party browser. So go do that right away. Apple also released a preliminary update from its women's health study team at harvard chan school of public health. The study of ten thousand participants in the research found that menstrual cycle symptoms included some that are less commonly known or disgust such as gastric issues and sleep changes. This kind of data can help. Researchers better understand various health conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome infertility and menopause amazon is expanding its amazon one technology which lets customers pay inside a store by scanning their palms to identify themselves expanding to more stores in the greater seattle area. It's now available. In amazon. Forced star store in lynwood and in the coming weeks and amazon books store and bellevue. And it's forced our and pop up stores in south lake. Union amazon says twelve of its physical stores will soon feature the technology will give you a dollar if you take a picture of yourself with palm pilot trying to use it to log in at one of those games all right. Let's a little more about what's going on with the european union. Your opinion union has pledged more than one hundred fifty billion dollars to develop next-generation tech industries as part of its two trillion economic recovery package. The plan sets goal for europe to produce at least twenty percent of the world's semiconductors by value to twenty by value by twenty thirty. So got a little under ten years to double it. Last year produced ten percents. The biggest european chip companies are infineon and an x. P. which make chips for automotive and industrial customers a snl in the netherlands makes equipment used for chip-making plants taiwan in the us or leaders in the space but companies like tsmc and intel europe has had success encouraging domestic industry before with airbus gsm technology but domestic tech self reliance is becoming a trend last month. The us launched a review of supply chain disruptions with references to encourage domestic production china built chip-making self reliance into its latest five-year plan as well

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Money Myths That Can Cost You

Clark Howard Show

06:28 min | Last month

Money Myths That Can Cost You

"In today's episode. I'm going to tell you about some miss around money. I want you to be aware of also extended warranties. Are they ever worth it. Well we gotta talk because there's something over the years that has puzzled me where i've had. It's got to be in the hundreds of times. I've had people say to me that they lead balances open on their credit cards because they wanna raise their credit score and it shows that there's a a lack of some level of understanding about how credit reporting works and credit scores so much so that survey that lendingtree did in january found that just a whisker under half of people think that. That's true that you don't want to even if you can afford to pay a balance on a credit card a month two zero. You don't wanna do it. Because well i'm going to buy a house or i'm going to do this or that or the other and i got to raise my credit score and i don't know where this urban legend started but the reality is there is zero benefit to leaving a balance open on a credit card because you're paying to average credit card somewhere around eighteen percent interest and when you have an open balance the charges he may going forward. The interest is accruing right away daily interest when you pay the balance and full on a card you have a grace period and then you pay that balance that you developed during that billing cycle in full you got an interest free loan from the credit card company now i liked that so whatever wherever however that legend started that is good for you to run a balance. Forget it you know something else. A third of people believe that using credit cards is bad for you that you always wanna use debit card. So i don't know where that one started. The reality is if you've listened to me for any period of time. You know what. I call a debit card. A piece of trash. Fake visa are fake mastercard the credit card it developed as a product during a time that the congress was not corrupt bought and paid for by who they got money from and so congress wrote into law consumer protections for credit cards. There was no thought no idea of debit card. When those rules were developed in the nineteen sixties. You fast forward. The debit card is a product. Really the tens fifty years later so the debit card in an era that the congress is controlled by corporate contributions. the debit card has no consumer protections at all. That's why you see all those endless ads from visa trying to con you into using the debit card from the banks pushing you to use the debit card because it is such a powerful win for them when you use that debit card. Because let's say you buy something online. Use that debit card and the merchant. Never since you the merchandise what happens to your money. it's gone. What happens if the merchant lies to you about the goods and send you something very different than what they represented with a debit card. You're done your money's gone with a credit card under the federal law. I'm telling you about. It was designed in the nineteen sixties. You have these protections in no there. Were not dinosaurs roaming the earth and the nineteen sixties like my kids thing but you have protections to dispute a purchase with a credit card. No such right exists under the law ned. The banks could have gone to congress when they came up with the idea. Debit cards and not fought having these protections but consumers never even got a fair hearing on having any protections with debit cards. But wait it gets worse. So what happens if a crook duplicates your credit card number or steals your credit card. And they're using it. They're using your car. They're using your number your possession your car. You don't even know how they got your number but they're using it. What's your risk. What's your liability with a credit card. Generally zero maximum fifty dollars in the worst circumstances but again no money is left to your hands. You've just dispute those charges with a debit card. What happens well the criminal. Mtc checking account. You have overdraft. They emptied that to. You can have checks bouncing all over the place and the bank is even allowed to collect. All those bounced check charges. And you were a victim of a crime but wait. It gets worse under the rules. Wait there's more under the rules. The bank is the judge jury and executioner on the determination. If you committed the fraud or was done by a fraudster. They are given two weeks to decide and after two weeks. I can say tough. We think you did it. And you're out the money you're out the money or they can issue a temporary credit and then continue whatever their fake investigation is or after two weeks can give you your money back

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on The Production Show

The Production Show

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on The Production Show

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Write a few questions for you. It's spring to the audience. Maybe about the economics of alcohol still I mean for fifty dollars worth of gasoline. You could still up maybe eight dollars ten dollars per sack of sugar, maybe the benefits an economics of it. Well. Sure. How do you feel about the FDA station that they took after the farmville was signed with the CBD being a drug or is that pretty much settled? Did you could also you see vis a nutritional supplement? Okay. Well, I can to you know, when it comes to the economics of making alcohol in my book, we go over that in detail where you can see exactly how we figure that out. And again, discharges mentioned the books alcohol can be a guess, it's probably at your library. She can look at it. There. And what we show is that if you're using a waste product like well, for instance, I'm using apple pulp from a local, apple juice company. You know, they squeeze it somewhat to get the juice. I take the pulp left over and I make alcohol from the sugar in that. And when I do that, I don't have a price I'm paying for for that actually get paid a little bit to take it away. No. When I make the alcohol from that, my costs only thirty four cents a gallon. That's all in labor cost of my equipment supplies, that's cheaper than the big oil companies. Oh, I'm waiting for them. Big oil. You know, that's that's the the the thing about alcohol. It's like you can do the right thing and not pay more to do it. You know, when you put it in your car, so thirty four cents a gallon. Well, that means for fuel. I make a pretty nice return on investment without the tax credits, which are also in their which can actually make it even cheaper. But you can't count on those every government changes. I'm and you know, you don't really need tax credits. But the oil companies should get them. They get five dollars a gallon tax credits for gasoline. Now the other question about drugs or supplements. Yeah. You know, it's tricky because the industry really wants to be respected that I'm. I'm talking about the Kannada industry, and.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"Fifty dollars. For each treatment instead of fifteen hundred or three thousand a lot of patients fine. Okay. That's an avenue that I could get. Well. Okay. So let's let's reset this for a second. You're listening to super health. That's Dr Brian Frank. I'm Kyle drew talking about various options when it comes to stem cell therapy. There's a lot of people who maybe have been putting this off. They know that their hip is aching. They know that the doc said ou might need knee replacement. They're in pain they're walking around gimpy and they have explored stem cell therapy. And they go, whoa. So that's the price of this stuff. Without knowing that there are three different versions of stem cell therapy. And the most expensive one is the one that you hear advertised all the time. But on this show, we talk about all of the effective ways of getting stem cell therapy, including classic prolotherapy. Which is what Dr Brian Frank is talking about today. It's impressive that you say that each of these have about the same response rate. So so we're not talking about I'm kind of getting the one that's not quite as effective, but at least it's cheap. No, we're talking about things that have pretty much equal effectiveness. But here's a version that is affordable relative to the expensive stem cell therapy. It's affordable. And it's one of these things that has a great response rate. And it's using your body's own natural stem cells to do the regenerating is that a decent summary of what I just heard. Yeah. That's a that's a great description. And and you know, I also liked it always mentioned to my patients. I'm an anesthesiologist. I've spent decades in the operating room, I'm not opposed to surgery sometimes you need surgery. But I oppose the surgery before it's necessary. You know, when when it's because the vast majority of surgery in America is is elective that means were electing to do that. It's not emergency. And so I'm just a big proponent of doing things conservatively. I because gee whiz. You know, there are problems that can happen in surgery. My my own mother had a total knee replacement and the surgeon was great. He was a friend of mine, but she didn't do very well with it. She had a number of other health problems at probably entered into that. But she really would have done better. If she was taken the conservative route, I get it. And that's the thing is that if there if there's only one option. Presented to a patient. Well, then obviously the patient's going to go with that one. And only option if there's a number of options, then you get to decide together, then the process of deciding your treatment can actually be collaborative with your physician rather than just something that I mean, again what I see out there. In in various physicians offices, Dr Frank I know it wouldn't surprise you. But it it's it is surprising to me how sometimes a patient will walk in. And the doctor will just say okay here the things that we're doing today. And here's how we're going to treat you, and there's very little conversation with the patient at all. And the patients you said, he yes, sir. Yes, ma'am. No, ma'am. No, sir. Well, there's very little no, ma'am. Or no, sir. But there's a whole lot of. Yes. Whatever you say. And whatever the price is. Yes. Yes. Yes. I love your approach dock. And I know that when patients come to you I've seen it personally hands on when you were treating my wife, and I know that you spend time and others who have come to you of reported back to me they've been spies, by the way. Dr Franken is we'll just tell you. I've had spy and they've all reported the same thing, man. This guy is caring, man. This guy spends a lot of time, man. He gives me great options. And he understands that I have a wallet. That's not an. Inexhaustible? I want you to give Dr Frank McCall, if stem cells are something that you're looking at I want you to consider prolotherapy. Classic prolotherapy..

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dot com But when you give. Fifty dollars echoes so far that this is kind of an illustration of how wealthy we are as a nation we in America Are so wealthy the fifty dollars which is not a ton of money can feed in Guatemala or in Haiti a kid four a year you'd think it's, like it's a month may be right year year because food for the poor works with all kinds of organizations around. The world to keep costs, down but fifty dollars from you to food for, the poor. Feeds a, kid, for year and also provides water for life a lot of these kids their families have, to walk miles to get, clean drinking water, I mean again it's hard for us to imagine the level of poverty in places like Haiti and Guatemala which are in our hemisphere. Not far away Let's be honest this. Is? Why I believe in the free market, and I believe, in. A small government so that people can be empowered not to ask the government to help but that we are the government we. Can help we don't need to go through the government in the. Bureaucracy of the government but you have to give to organizations that do. Great work like food for the poor so Metaxas talk dot. Com is our website. If you, go there you can give if you give fifty dollars as we. Said that feeds a. Kid for year, this is the sort of thing to mention to have mentioned the sooner but, this is something you can, do with your kids right like a lot of us have kids they're gonna lounge whatever and I think we try to teach our kids to tie right at ten, percent of your money should go to God's work it's not all about you and buying candy or whatever you're doing. So the idea that just, fifty dollars can feed a kid for years it's, an amazing. Thing to, be, able to tell your kids here's what we're doing my daddy you're putting in half or, we'll put in thirty dollars, and you kids Like fifty dollars a, meal out like medium price meal out for family of. Four? You know and so you you give, one meal and, then. Feeds one child entire you new your kindle by two cocktails yeah that's about it no no seriously it's just it's nuts so. I wanna say for fifty dollars you can feed for a year. And obviously were hoping that some people will give a lot more than. That if you give fifty dollars we want to thank you. By sending you some. Bumper stickers, four four bumper stickers how do we settle on four I don't know Four beautiful Eric Metaxas show bumperstickers they're big they're bold they're beautiful and you'll, be the, envy of of? Everyone, I mean you. Drive, of, the. Parking lot if you. Drive down the highway for example when, people see the stickers they will burn almost literally with envy that's just what happens beautiful and I'm sorry but. Yeah we want to drive, people to burn with with with with envy and not literally, of, course, but they're. Beautiful so we want to say? Thank you and There's no way to get them unless you give. To food for the, poor you can't buy these stickers so if you give one hundred fifty. Dollars we will give you four stickers as, we said but then we also give you another four, stickers of, Metaxas super now Metaxas super you're not allowed to display these stickers unless, you actually subscribe to Metaxas super so to keep you out of jail we will give you a free subscription. To Metaxas. Super figuring hundred fifty dollars you get a free annual subscription to Metaxas super and as, we've said many times we're building..

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Four hundred and fifty dollars but then he had a change of heart you heard about a food shortage at a local food pantry so he and said are you ready for this he gave all his video game money to the food pantry to help those in need he told the local news station you know i don't really need that steph video games those are once people need food and water to live and they don't have that and i already have it so i don't wanna be greedy i just wanted to help them are you went through a lot of really tough times as a young kid his family often couldn't afford a place to live so growing up they spent many nights on the street or in and out of homeless shelters he sent in the sixth grade he lied to a classmate about where you live because he was too embarrassed to say that he was living in a homeless shelter and he said it was that moment that he knew that he had to excel in school so that one day when he was growing up his own kids wouldn't have to suffer through that same embarrassment so we started studying in studying working really hard at school and bullies would pick on him because he always had a book in his hand and he's always reading and they teased him with the nickname they called him harvard well richard just graduated high school he was his class valedictorian he also just accepted a full ride scholarship to that very school they used to tease him harvard it is that is a great story my favorite so far this week one final one for myself jv there's an sm swingers dungeon in england that has been fighting with its neighbors people don't like the place they don't like the handcuffs in the whips and the low cut tops and the tight jeans on men with a tiny the little blue pills in the pocket as these l heathens go into find multiple partners you know people are not shy about calling the cops on the regular cops have been there several times for various reasons and the most important reason of all the people called the cops went several witnesses called when they saw a child being led into the dungeon officers rushed to the scene busted in there they found the.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In another vehicle in your household that doesn't have one will the good news is there are now very high quality very inexpensive backup cameras aftermarket wins that you can add to an existing vehicle our producer krista did that and you can buy these things now for if you look for sales about twenty dollars to fifty dollars for a backup camera you'll get a little screen that's color screen a lot of them will have those neat arrows that tell you you know when you're getting close to hitting something you know they go green yellow red and let you know when you're about to clunk into wall or post or whatever and so this is really really good stuff to get one of these things and with extra focus and attention on the backup cameras i've seen more ads in the last few weeks for these so watch ads online and and whatever source you light newspapers whatever and look for a backup camera that you can add is an addition to your car and the installation for many people is easy for others you might have to pay an installer and that will cost you more than the camera and backup unit itself will cost but it sure will make your life a lot safer in you're less likely to run into objects when you're backing up somewhere david is with us on the car coward show hello david of clark david you've got a question for me about teaching kids responsible use of money is that in the ballpark yes surfing through social media i got a link for an application that claims to teach kids responsibility through use of a debit card which you add funds to based on chores performed and it's all launched through the app and before it gets a rendering up my kids information or my own information wanted to verify legitimacy and potentially see if there were other options in the market so there are two programs like this that i'm aware of and there may be others there's one called the green light card and i don't know if that's the one you're calling about the other i'm aware of is go henry either those henry sorry i was calling about the go henry.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Great so user code almost thirty for ten percent off your purchase of over fifty dollars we love this brand kelly flower foods changing the game for people with autoimmune diseases and beyond just won't want to eat some low carb aw enjoy this episode is also brought to you by bright sellers and just got my box me too i've already gone through two bottles of wine no had people over keep having over carlee came over over and we have the chardonnay and then i brought wine to someone dude that's what i'm literally yeah it's great it's great for brain to parties or get togethers the wine is awesome bob so bright tillers is a monthly wine club so it matches whatever your flavors or whatever you like with wine and it sends you wind in the box it came supersafe amazing bottle so i got it last month and i had four bottles justin loves to drink wine and chill the house like if he would like he would be happy for the rest of his life just chilling with me drinking wine so we had some and then yeah whenever i go to people's houses now it's like it's so easy because i don't want to ever have to like go out somewhere before i go to someone's house and buy something so it's like i always have something on deck to like bring over yeah and i also got wines that i had never heard guessing so a petite virgo asian and blank.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on WDRC

"Hundred fifty dollars and i can't touch mm um well it is scarier don't blame me for being scared who understand um i don't know how to address the paralegal part of this equation um i uh uh i'll do anything when we all kind of a woman i got that i got i'm hearing where you your you're desperate and you start any wearing go from there right um so i i just i go to always go back to really primitive stuff like you said you know you're deliver pizzas or rober or whatever uh but you're driving a beater and that's kind of thing i mean i go back to you know people make twenty five dollars an hour of the cleaning houses and you clean a house uh and you just gotta find somebod let you do it and then found two more let you do within three more allegeded if you show up on time and you're honest notes dealer staff and clean their house near good at cleaning and you're a pleasant person does done around talk all day you get your work done then you know you're going to get a bunch of house it's claimed but that's not ultimately our longterm goal but at least that would get the wolf away from the door may be um uh i'm just him dreaming up something here off the top of my head to try to get you something to do for a little bit of money um i offered court for free from my attorney just so i could get the type of experienced attorneys same to lunch and it does not in the union not even free yeah i i'm not buying the um i mean again that this one guy hired an attorney for ten dollars an hour who is desperate i got that um it could be that there's no market for paralegals um i will tell you in general that the economy uh the unemployment rate is the lowest it's ever been an in recent memory in general the economy as white hot uh i mean like for instance in our area in nashville just a few hours north of you we we have a labour shortage here um in terms of finding people to work uh there's there's first there's um you know employment sounds on every door when you walk up to a restaurant or our retail situation or anything like that and so i i.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Let me help you answer that question let's pretend that your electric bill is a hundred and fifty dollars per month take a hundred and fifty dollars this month and divide it by usually what i do is divided by thirty point five if you remember that many months' some months have thirty days some months have thirty one and february of course has twenty eight fight use thirty point five is my easy number that winds up with three hundred and sixty six days which is close enough to take a hundred and fifty dollars and divide that by thirty point five and you wind up with four dollars ninety two cents severe electrical bill costs you a hundred and fifty dollars per month that means it's day you're spending about five dollars to light and heat and cool your home now i don't know if for you that would be a high number or alone number i don't know if you would consider that to be a worthy expense or not a worthy expense but it's a number that you should know and that you should know not immediately you should at least be able to connect with it so he would be another example of a question how much does your household cost you on a daily basis now this is much simpler if you rent admitted mui said of household how much does your dwelling place cost you on a daily basis this is much simpler if it's a rental cost because we can just measure pure cost assume for a moment that you're rent is fifteen hundred dollars per month assume that your electrical bill is a hundred and fifty dollars per month assume that your water bill is one hundred dollars per month assume that your cable tv and or internet and or satellite bills total one hundred dollars per month and right now we're at one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars per month now you may have a couple more bills but let's just go with that one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars per month your normal monthly cost how much is that per day will divide by thirty point five and you have the number of sixty dollars and sixty six cents per day.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Lower my payment by fifty dollars a month now realizing that they go back to square one on the abrogation table and they're paying more interesting again it i liberalism engineer and i used to argue that with them all the time he does told me help ukraine must your brings us to sit no you're not you're paying more that's what obsessed by myself that i understand these concepts but i just fluffed up i he that about myself at one of their my let's get out of this completely they to believe it or not tom the the reason i i i thought one thing i blamed this a lot on this upside for myself is my wife no no no you know i'm not letting you all values you chores you you chose early and and her attitude towards money is something that you should have considered before you married her i was young dumb that's all i can say i'm full of come yes i know yeah right up to right and now the search isn't so great now you can see what you really hang up you know it's funny to is that uh the tenure markets when this all went downhill my marriage has been fucking going downhill and that causes me off powder and she's just because whatever it's your fault well guess month now she has a vested interest in telling you to libor in in you deciding because you're going to have to pay her for the rest of your life do you understand that yes i do tom and here's the other thing booted out they don't want to get your lifespan by now i make idle nick very good money out of fifty playground of a year but i that'll definitely go up and water my cps a mold jeweled you do it in my shoes even though you have two kids with her we'll jude would you divorce her now i i believe in divorcing as soon as possible okay cutting your losses every day you there it's causing you money and she's got a credit card or cheese out spending i know it you don't have to tell me yeah i'm going to have to seriously consider this now i think that's where the true problem lies i've never been able to be independent you know what i mean they're just being by myself and those weekend sociopath weakens hope on my cell therapy book an awesome you probably wouldn't she wouldn't let you if i told her that i.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Release at new make fifty dollars or hundred fifty dollars and that's it right eyes so it's it's uh it's were we've been very very fortunate that uh people of kind of uh picked up on at the way they have and the we've had um interest from media and light museum or whatever let's just off the wall but it's it's uh you know we've been reeling so i look to understand a little bit better like harding the speck out what what are the requirements for your lifestyle how much money do you need to make you just say oh canyon insurance i need food i need housing and then you say okay this how much i need or do you also say i need to save some amount of money for the future well on the saving is a luxury uh that uh we have almost a taped a we're paying for of we just pay the rent by by the food and one and pay for webb space and hosting of various kinds and uh uh we don't really have any money left over so why we've we've uh we're just we've we've been treading water for five years now i hope that the the amount of money hasn't really gone up and it i mean it's gone up a little bit but for the last five years we make anywhere from 40 to 60 thousand and split that among two people and take into consideration how the taxes work and how the healthcare works when you have to pay for yourself and stuff uh if there's not a whole lot leftover that is simeon tents artistry and i so i am increase like what what would you do have some kind of blacks one thing happened and you are all of a sudden need of monte is that like wings growing up the buy back i'd done i didn't actually see the movie i deserted by the strangest by desert the strategy that so flying blacks one is totally overloaded at this point i meant in terms of like the.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And fifty dollars is the median rent for one bedroom here in california twobedroom is it about twenty one hundred dollars the most expensive cities are no surprise there the largest city san francisco san jose los angeles san diego and sacramento and when you look at the number of people who have said they would they would move out of california or have thought about moving out of california because of the high cost of housing statewide i'd it's fifty six percent have considered moving in inc in la county it's even higher than that in la county it's fifty nine percent who say they have considered moving because of the cost of housing in california now some of them said they would they would relocate to a different state most of most of the people said it was a different state some people said a different party california other places in the same area even two percent who said that they would consider moving to another country just to get away from the high cost of housing we've lost a lot of people to texas remember rick perry doing his move to taxes tour everyone went on john and ken show and he was such adult hugh it was just it was just like a statement that he was reading almost like off a teleprompter and they'd ask a question when early answer it uses anyway they they they make this push because you love to tax one bedroom and texas about a thousand dollars two bedroom texas median rant about 1200 even in dallas the most expensive city for renters in dallas two bedroom 1500 your kid would would move in with one of his friends and pay said what is that 750 yeah i had a friend about a house there like a big house like a fourbedroom house with landon stephanie would act like in texas in it was like three hundred thousand three fifty something like that you start to feel silly when you hear things like this you start to feel silly when you think about how much further your money could go in a place like taxes if your job is mobile a lot of people in the entertainment industry it's not that simple right they've got to be here the gotta be an la they've got to live with fourteen of their closest friends because this is where their jobs are but if your job is a mobile one.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Somebody's life fifty dollars their how's that for an awesome segue fifty dollars a a fifty dollar tax deductible contribution we'll have an impact a fifty dollar tax deductible contribution to food for the poor will directly feed one hungry child in haiti for a year and directly give that one child in haiti water for life can't do nothing about the war on trump can't do anything about the race four in america you can make sure that just one child in haiti we'll have water for life if you contribute fifty dollars to food for the poor now i'm trying to be rulli provocative and i'm trying to get inside your head in your heart because this is our last day partnering with food for the poor this summer but come on now you know that's pretty powerful don't you come on now there are very few places we're a fifty dollar contribution can make any difference here's one food for the poor call eight four four right now eight four four eight six to forty six seventy three that's eight four four eight.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"Which i i don't think it's necessarily going to be a joke it's going to be an intriguing matchup of styles in my my opinion but it definitely gives people who may not have the chance to actually ordered the fight on their own maybe they don't wanna go to the bars but maybe it's a place where you can take the family and maybe feel a little more little safer than going to the bar so i actually look it is a good thing i'm pre positive price point is being that forty to fifty dollars for you know for ticket which means by the time you go to the movie theater and you drop fifty dollars on a on a movie ticket you buy your popcorn you bided drink your brain you know one other person bring your your your spouse or your date it's cheaper to actually stay home and order it yeah definitely gives i mean seriously i mean image because it really i mean i just don't see how let me it's but it is a nice way to see it it's on a bit among on a large screen would you would you go to a theater to see it over go onto the bar i would definitely go the bar and if anything i'd go to my buddies house in we split the paper view but but let's just talk about theater i mean you ever watch the comedy innovator it gets really loud who people laughing and everything i could not have are yeah i know i can't imagine it i can't imagine watching fights on a huge theater and this i i don't i just don't know how that plays out in complete darkness.

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"fifty dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"fifty dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"And that's a a coop fifty dollars a month for adult and and ten bucks a month for kids the unlimited care he buys directly from the the you know those people the provide medicines and so on the pharmaceutical companies and and that's 95 percent discount that's 48 cents i think for a x ray in his office he if you need stitches he get stitches you need a leg set you got a leg said that's all included at the he's got an incredible well story to tell and those are the kinds of innovation in healthcare that we ought to be incentivizing from governmental standpoint but of a today what we've done it is done those folk and fed no word we won't allow you to participate so that's exactly the kind of flexibility in choices that we believe ought to exist so that patients and families and doctors that are making these kinds to defeat and and not washington dc now well so back to the discretionary powers you have a here's my main question and i think if winger premiums down and especially the high cost of deductibles for people i mean it's expensive of people even walk into a doctor's office or co pays or whatever i mean if you have a high deductible than you're going to be incentivised never see a doctor that's not good everybody should go once a year even though i don't follow my own advice get no you're absolutely right in the problem that with the high deductible the you know is that when you've got a deductible of sixty five hundred dollars or even ten thousand dollars and you're making you know fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars a year a well you may have an inch current card and and uh and and the pboc you've got coverage but in fact you don't have any care because you can't afford the deductible and.

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