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"thirty four dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Green beans and termasuk for thirty four dollars for mother's day order online at lavilla banquets that come in order and then you pick up where you deliver how does that work they have both perpetrators and delivery all right a regular restaurant excellent thirty six thirty two north Pulaski last year road I guess that is over there and once once again what's the website well hello banquets dot com the bill bankwest account all right there you go thank you very much food to your room thank you you guys be safe yeah you tell Marcia you're on WG and guide Marsha I I managed to get a low drive drive in Beverly and a hundred back in western we had a mother's day packages well eight PM we have three different packages that serve or did they evolve ranging from eighty to a hundred thirty five okay and this is the end this is delivery or they can pick up as well the doctor diagnosed so they don't grow up in the dark and we're taking the information and get the no contact the library if they like we can put it right in the car for them they can pay ahead of time or they can pay cash when they get here I can say something about Frank and Alice I've been there a few times and it is excellent so you aren't going it is excellent and and great service as well so let's hope that we get opened up real fast down on Western Avenue I would what how do people get a hold of you seven seven three eight eight one forty one hundred is the phone number or they can check out us on Facebook also and then we just try to keep posted every day and not keep in touch too much support from the community there were real grateful for that yeah nine Frank L. as restaurant on Western Avenue in Chicago thank you very much much appreciate it thank you and happy mother's day to all the moms thank you sometimes people wish me a happy mother's day too and I take offense Dan you're on WG and what's your business here service hi all this is so great that you're doing this I'm calling from disclaims and I'm one of the members of the displaying Elks club so we're off like a fraternal organization that has a whole restaurant are obviously like everyone are restaurants close but we have a great mother's day packages and our Facebook page which is the disclaims Elks club number fifteen twenty six all the adults that are out there listening to your program and I know there's a lot of them they can support our club like coming by and picking up food and we're we've got great curbside service a wonderful staff that we're supporting by keeping things rolling this way and we also deliver within five miles of the displays out club which is located in downtown just planes all right and how do people get a hold of you they cannot they can reach us on our Facebook page which is the display insults club dog which is number fifteen twenty six so it's called displaying Elks club fifteen twenty six that's the number of our lodge make it also you know look us up on the on the internet we have a web page and they can call a restaurant in order directly that way as well but all our menus are on our Facebook page got it all right and you don't have to be a member to do this not at all not at all but it's a great way for people to understand our organization and support us we do a lot for veterans and children in the community and we've been in this planes for ninety two years all right thank you very much Dan appreciate a good luck TL others day Gabby you're on WG and what's your business your service okay well I'm a small studio in lake view and I teach sewing and knitting and crocheting and right now I'm making maps I've done a custom design that's real come fall comfy make it at a T. shirts and I was thinking for mother's day specialty T. shirt that maybe she has maybe she has a family printed on the front or something and can stand to let that go to be made into he mass consent can people send you designs too they send you images and you can do it no no it was something they were picked from what I have what I've yelled up already okay very good and how do people get a hold of you.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"For each kid we have two kids that's a thousand thirty four dollars and if you're still working and remember it was probably still gonna be about seventy percent of the nation that will be working thank you get thirty four hundred Bucks right there for you right that's a win if you are making over seventy five thousand it drops down and so you get to ninety nine thousand anything over ninety nine thousand get any you don't get a second so that's the way that rolls pretty simplistic right you still get five hundred Bucks per kid but a simple and will it help if they could help absolutely you know I think it helps and I think if you look at the the way that the markets kind of rebounded over the last couple days and why that matters is the markets looking for stability and I think what they're thinking is they're talking they're seeing the data investors who these hedge fund investors these big guys you control this money that does your four oh one K. which you care about because you know people look or to participate in the stock market you have four one K. what do you think that money goes to ferry land and then it comes back and they give it to you at a special time now it's the market place they are thinking that we may have weathered and a lot of this frenzied in chaos and craziness was a little bit over done right we saw the rest of the world and what was happening and we assume that that was just gonna come here and it was going to devastate is wearing two million people dead and you don't know what's gonna happen again you don't know but based on the modeling a lot of that stuff is changed so what they're looking at now is there now forecasting into fourth quarter and saying we could be back in in this a bit in the fourth quarter so it'll be very interesting to see where this happens and it plays itself out with the way that not only the economy goes but what some of these industries are going to be able to do and how they're going to get themselves back on their feet and the psyche I talk about the psyche of the American people getting yourself back out there into a normal routine right and I think it'll happen but I don't think it's gonna be overnight because I still think it would and part of that is because you hear the word seasonal I the quicker we can get back into being normal is when we figure out a way not not just for a vaccine but a treatment for this right so you have a treatment for it that will give people the feeling that okay you know what even is the same spreads again we have another if it's seasonal like fraud she says that there's a treatment for it and we're not gonna be bombarded because we're going to have some more peaks we're gonna have some more areas where the hot spots going to grow in this can be pressured hospitals and stuff but treatment will definitely mitigate a lot of that that'll make people comfortable the vaccine still a year or two away I think we all realize that now treatment first vaccine later that helps the psyche well I think it will be gun shy to get back out there and some people are are gonna be afraid to work some people to be afraid to be in crowds some people get afraid to spend money even if they're going back to work because they're expecting it to come back and boomerang three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows for Twitter to read a tweet at us you know we talk about the young getting it here I think there's a reason that some of the younger people here are struggling compared to the rest of the world.
Coronavirus: Stocks fall after global central bank action
"And what a move from the fed to wakeup to Raja emergency shock and all you could call it but the market reaction shows some disappointment a cot to almost zero on interest rates and seven hundred billion dollars of asset purchases yeah and that was seeing other central bank action as well we've had the bank of Japan making a move that certainly didn't impress the markets we know the bank of Korea's doing something we'll send it to the reserve bank of India is having a press conference seen as well so a lot of action out there but certainly looking at the way it's been going this morning in Asia now because of your nature of people are not impressed no absolutely no I mean what you see from the central banks you mentioned a few that are of course the B. O. J. with a commitment to ETF purchases but stopping short of a rate cut we got a rate cut from the audience adds the all B. H. a potentially pledging more measures as well you start to wonder whether this does actually look like some global coordinated response from central banks but the question is is it too little too late and what is the move from the fed actually achieve of course has already achieved anything to prop up risk assets overnight but does it leave more time and more room for fiscal space what does it actually accelerated the urgency full fiscal measures to take place and of course the big agenda right in today is the G. seven cool between global leaders articles what might well be in their minds that horrendous data out of China I mean a real holiday this data that we've got from January February less than expected written record way that will build Burton I think people thinking about how this crisis is going to work itself out absolutely and last week of course we saw global equity markets tumble into bed market territory the stock six hundred in Europe gain some one percent on Friday right now we open it down at two point six percent so not quite as bad as some of the futures were indicating looking across regional equity benchmarks Roger using the footsie one hundred down two point two percent the ibex unfit see made both in the red just waiting to get an opening price through from the dax and CAC forty of course the swings in the U. S. market at the end of last week was starting Wednesday since nineteen eighty seven on Thursday best day since two thousand and eight on Friday futures are traded limit down and taking a look at where we are now one U. S. futures you're seeing S. and P. Dow and nasdaq futures all in lower by at least four and a half percent and then we get to the bull market the ten year treasury yields tumbling more than thirty basis points at one point in the Asian session went down twenty now to a seventy six handle with C. yields tumble across the U. S. because of the market seems to be debating for more from the fed or elsewhere at the two year yield at thirty two basis points down seventy was seen curve flattening so that tells you something as well about the market's reaction to Jerome Powell whatever it takes the ten year bond yield down three basis points negative fifty seven ten you guilty sixty basis points in FX markets are we see the yen jumped up more than one point three percent against the dollar at the moment so don't again I did fluctuate a little bit on the BOJ's decision but ultimately you'll see this as a reaction to the fed daily and that one percent what a six fifty we've also seen the Ozzy I use even dollars come under pressure from action and signals from those two central banks D. X. Y. Morgan Stanley says that you should be selling the dollar against the euro the Aussie and the loonie because a risk assets and the self that I would actually finding a bottom D. X. Y. at ninety seven Morgan Stanley sees ninety five on further dollar weakness I'm just taking a look at commodity markets you see oil WTI and Brent extend losses off to the worst week since two thousand eight Brent down four point four percent at thirty two thirty four dollars a barrel Raja yeah what a thing for you to return from holiday into your relaxation I'm afraid might dissipate quite
Trump has awarded next year’s G-7 summit of world leaders to his Miami-area resort
"Meantime president trump's decision to hold the next G. seven that's the G. seven summits and one of his private resorts in Florida is raising constitutional questions today news that's a CBS news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett telling us business at the rail is slow rooms range from one hundred and thirty four dollars to eight hundred and seventy eight dollars per night Terrell tends to attract fewer guests in June meeting the summit could compensate for seasonal lag in revenue its publicity that you couldn't pay for the White House move comes amid charges from president trump that Joe Biden's son profited from his father's office by serving on the board of Ukrainian energy company according to The Washington Post its profits dropped nearly seventy percent between twenty fifteen and twenty
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast
"A potentially significant consequence. This is observed from the loss of even more cable T._V. customers with bundle services to streaming packages if cable players like A._T.. And T. COMCAST DISH network verizon charter communications in all tees U._S._A.. Continue to improve their average average revenue per user by shutting their subscribers with heavily discounted packages overall company margins could improve and finally the news on Softbank is said to be tipping favorably. The sprint merger with T.. Mobile is moving forward accelerated timetable is in place for we work I._P._O.. And the Vision Fund to is set to give the stock a boost we end this week stocks to watch with our single stock focus series this week we cover A._T.. And T. which recently reported solid cue. The two twenty nineteen results that were well received by the market A._T.. And T. close the week at just over thirty four dollars essay marketplace author W._G.. Investment Research who is long the stock took a look Friday the two metrics that are key to the long-term Bulk Oh case for A._T.. And T. W._d.. Investment laid out their thesis upfront. I believe that investors should pay close attention to the two key metrics I e free cash flow and financial leverage that will have a material impact on the investment thesis at this point investors should be encouraged by the fact that A._T.. And T. has been able to report improving results for these two key metrics over the last year W._g.. Investment Research then goes onto the company's recent earnings report. There was a lot to like about A._T.. T._N._T. operating results but there were also some concerns with the subscriber losses being the most notable example the company is losing customers right and left however as credits we say also recently described. I believe that subscriber losses are getting close to peaking at least in the near term trying to figure out how all this plays out long-term is a difficult exercise with the customer losses going forward should not be seen a significant as the past to this point management highlighted during the conference call expiring price lots the promising prospects of a T.. V. Released as two key factors that should help.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Mountain will para gliding and survived his story now from ABC's geo Benitez Greg overturn of Tacoma Washington loses control of the glider hits parachute like wing collapsing his harnesses spinning dramatically slipping him upside down as he careens toward a mountain cliff Overton screaming out as he smashes into the rock somehow he seems to turn the paraglider right way up as it drags along the steep rock face the crash putting him upside down for nearly five minutes over to and had traveled to the Swiss mountain tops two weeks ago with the group of seven other paragliders for a so called flying excursion increased in speed last cello paraglider Ross does mean says there were very heavy winds in the area see that everything was extremely side the sport is becoming increasingly popular with the pilot sits in a harness and hangs from a large fabric wing leading the wind takeover a paraglider can stay in the air for hours but the glider doesn't control the conditions and if the wind turns so can the glider locally in this case over ten was taken to the hospital after suffering only minor injuries doctors calling him a walking miracle a semi truck driver seriously hurt in a crash that left a load of garbage spilled along highway one oh one this morning you're bringing in Jefferson County state trooper Chelsea Hodgson says investigators don't know what caused that crash are going to be looking at road where and try to figure out what led to today's teens the semi truck ended up on its side in a ditch the driver had to be airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle there's no word on their condition law enforcement agencies in king county be out on emphasis patrols over the next two weeks Pacific we looking for drivers were violating Washington's driving under the influence electronics law com was curling Johnson has more the enforcement period marks the two year anniversary since governor Jay Inslee sign the E. D. Y. lot into a fact state trooper Jeff seventy phone away wire driving that's the bottom line focus on driving under the eave do you I log drivers cannot hold cell phones or watch videos are said to text while driving or stopped in traffic or even at the stop light king county target zero recently did a survey of nine hundred twenty nine king county motorists not sure how honest these drivers were but more than half of them surveyed responded that they had never used a handheld cellphone within the last thirty days to text talker operate apps behind the wheel of the first E. D. Y. ticket will cost you a hundred and thirty six Bucks if you get another one within five years the fun goes up to two hundred thirty four dollars Carlene Johnson comma news commodities time nine thirty nine sports in sixty seconds if you it is going to bring weekend for a limited time you can pick up an iPad on us when you lease a new iPhone that's right get a free iPad when you lease a new iPhone it's sprints.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on Natch Beaut
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How Is Our Podcast Doing?
"This podcast. And we're we're out with the podcast, and some of the numbers and things of that is certainly interest to me, I think it may be of interest to you. If you're thinking about starting a podcast or flash briefing what you can kind of expect and how you can put it together. So this podcast of the very particular format, which is a journey format where we come on. And we say what's really kinda going through our minds right now, and how we're progressing through this journey of going to a one hundred million dollar company, your listener that should be no surprise to you. The reason I bring that. I was because there's different formats we have the journey format. There's also the interview format there's lots of different formats, we wanted something that was frankly quick and easy for us to do. And we didn't want to have to create. Content. We just wanted to document we're doing so that's the format that we're using a lot of times when it comes to podcasting and flash briefing. There's the discussion about equipment and about software. We are using a marker fallen called microphone called the audio Technica. I think is what is called frankly. I don't really even know that much about it. I bought it on Amazon. There was the one that was recommended that and the pop filter and the stand that costs about ninety bucks shift from Amazon good enough. I've got some acoustic foam behind me as well to kind of dampen and echoes that may be coming from the wall and sending run in front of a wall. That's my setup for software. We use a system called try cast. I can record in the browser. I can edit in the browser, and we can publish the browser. And then it goes out to all of the podcast platforms and to the echo. How are we doing? That's a great question. So as of right now and today is. March fifteenth when I'm recording this Friday evening. We are at two thousand five hundred and thirty four dollars for the last thirty days. Is that good? I don't know. It's something like eighty or ninety dollars per day from what I hear the average podcast guests about a hundred and eighty downloads per episode most podcasts our weekly this is also a daily flash briefing. So flash briefings are typically Daly, they can be weekly but typically their daily so we get say eighty five per day on average and over the course of a week. That's I don't know. What is that quick math five hundred six hundred something like that? I think we're doing pretty good obviously love to see bigger numbers. But it doesn't really matter. All that much was important for us is to get this information out to people who need this information who are looking to grow their business people that that frankly, we can help if you're one of those people, and this is helping you then great. I don't really care if there's one two or thousand of you. We just want to get the message out if this is helping you please outta love to hear your feedback. I'd love to get your feedback. You can Email me at Eric at this is a Ray dot com. Any question. You asked me we'll answer it in one of these episodes if you'd like to leave feedback and either the Alexa app for the flash briefing or on one of the podcast PA forms. We'd super appreciate it review. Us rate us. Thank you. Thank you for listening. I hope you heard something you can
Pay Gap Persists Among M.B.A. Graduates
"A pig gap has emerged among graduates of NBA programs. A new study indicates that going into MBA programs white students earned an average salary of seventy one thousand two hundred ninety four dollars while minorities surveyed earned twenty four percent less at fifty seven thousand six hundred forty dollars upon graduation that pay gap narrowed to sixteen percent with minorities. Earning one hundred one thousand five hundred and five dollars on average to their white counterparts average of one hundred seventeen. Eighteen thousand eight hundred and thirty four dollars and nine hundred men and women were surveyed who earned their degrees between two thousand five and two thousand seventeen the students who identified as black Hispanic or native American received a bigger pay increase upon graduation, averaging a seventy six percent salary gain their non minority peers salaries rose by an average sixty five percent, but the study points out the gains come on top of unequal pay leading a pig app
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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"thirty four dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Good evening. I'm Chuck LaTour. Here's what's happening today. People living in Saint Paul can no longer pick their own trash hauler the city putting together a group of fifteen collectors with specific collectors assigned to specific neighborhoods. Homeowners are required to choose a garbage cart size up to twenty to thirty four dollars a month petition campaign underway to get the issue of garbage collection on the November. Ballot. Investigators say a man walked into the police department and told officers he killed a woman north Saint Cloud home thirty eight year old Daniel canning told office over the weekend that he had killed a female acquaintance officers went to the residents found the body of a Forty-five year old Blaine woman autopsy to determine the cause of death. No one was hurt after an SUV sideswiped an ambulance and a police squad car in Maplewood, the crash on highway one twenty near south avenue. Authorities believe alcohol. Hall was a factor. Hundreds of law enforcement officers are expected to gather for the funeral of corrections. Officer Joe Perry's the funeral be held tomorrow at fort smelling memorial chapel. Followed by interment at Fairview cemetery in Stillwater, the Thirty-seven-year-old oak park heights prison corrections officer died a week ago of unknown medical emergency after he was rushed to rescue a fellow officer under attack. He is the second corrections officers do die in the line of duty in two months. Weather forecast. Next to the twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty message and data rates may apply. Text messages, listen to Nick and Vickie story about C, quiet, Noreen, very loud, and constant very draining to be next to somebody who you're trying to sleep. And you've got that loud. Reverberation yours hoping she get to sleep before. I come up because I I started getting the.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The vaccine for thirty four dollars a dose which is significantly cheaper if you had to buy products talkback scenes hepatitis a can be spread through contact with surfaces food or drinks contaminated by feces from an infected person from pr news i in lisa glaspie you're listening to npr news and this is double wnyc in new york i'm jamie floyd about a dozen immigrant children who were being held in new york have chosen to be deported so they can reunite with their parents wnyc's zoe as reports more than three hundred fifty children have been sent to new york after being taken from their parents at the us mexican border mario russell of catholic charities says voluntary deportation is often the quickest way for families to be reunited the other option is seeking asylum in a clogged court system do i stay here in detention separated from my child for how long three months a year two years it's a long process or do i agree to go back home and it's a threat to me my family and my being russell says almost all the children in new york have made contact with their parents except for one or two who are too little to talk on the phone federal funding to house puerto ricans displaced by hurricane maria is ending on saturday wnyc's emily lang says that leaves hundreds of evacuees currently staying in new york in limbo five families living in the south bronx hotel are trying to figure out if they'll be able to find housing in the city or whether they'll have to return to puerto rico the de blasios administration says the city will move eligible families currently staying in fema supported housing into hotels paid for by the department of homeless services but entering the city's troubled shelter system has some evacuees anxious sandra martinez says she initially came to new york because her disabled son needs to be an air conditioning now she's left waiting to see where the city will place her enter children they have everything ready for whatever comes while fema transitional shelter assistance funding is ending the agency says some evacuees may be eligible for rental assistance and there is a flash flood warning for parts of new york and new jersey in effect right now the national weather service says heavy rain from thunderstorms rushing passing through will cause flooding throughout the region the warning is in effect through eight o'clock tonight at least officials warning people in coastal parts of brooklyn queens and the bronx and north jersey to watch out for flooding otherwise tonight we've got a thirty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms especially through eight o'clock then gradually it will become increasingly clear overnight low around seventy one degrees tomorrow we can expect sunny skies but it will be hot with a high near ninety currently it's seventy eight degrees mostly cloudy at seven thirty five support for npr comes from member stations.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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"thirty four dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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"thirty four dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"A first offence while a second within five years is two hundred thirty four dollars are you still shocked over high property taxes several democratic senators have a plan don't pay your bill in full in the first installments due in april goal was jennifer solvent has more this developing strategy is a good time to be in the northwest a booming economy and lots of growth it seems like everyone wants to live along the i5 corridor but a direct impact and vat destination status startling really high property taxes for sun how nearing thirty percent democrat state senator mark mullet has heard the complaints from constituents and even inside his own home i am sponsoring the bill i can appreciate the misery everyone's going for the democrats plan take four hundred thirty five million dollars destined for a rainy day fun to cut property taxes but until they know how much the savings will be don't pay your entire year's tax bill when the first installment is due pay your april as you would normally will then be for europe to overpayment is do that gives us time to recalculated based on the newer state ray so you're october paying one and up being substantially lower than what you at an april mullet says they'll need the support of five senate republicans the republicans tell us they want a billion dollars used to offset property taxes the democrats saved that's impossible they still have to fund education and mental health the hope really is that this year a stomach rats can do something to make sure that people aren't big tax out of their homes jennifer sullivan komo news washington stage top finance official wants to use an expected one threebilliondollar revenue windfall to pay doused h growing debt pile he's finding few takers among lawmakers though eager.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"An about had made its all in the same family oxycontin mole codeine yeah it's like the worstoff wealthy nor he oriole dane the most and down again it's the best stuff if you're in pain but it's it's a problem you do end up addicted highs code owned anyway uh it's not get a completely solve the problem as i am stating here but it's one step in the right direction i guess several states recently filed lawsuits against purdue pharma claiming they misled people about the risks of painkillers like oxycontin so is this a business decision we'll see you so they're still going to sell it but they're not enough pump it valentine's no it is that two day after tomorrow it's wednesday awry i just can't wait the average person's going to spend thirty four dollars on valentine's day i feel like most of us are over it i i mean you know you want to get the flowers you want to spend carrier people but you also made a letter if you're in a like young relationship and valentine's day israeli says to remember people by and when you're a little kid that getting valentine you know marie through the classrooms her two thousand was kind of fun but yeah it's almost half of people though plan to spend nothing on valentine's day doesn't say if those are singles or doubles but almost half are liked nonparticipants yeah john we always say we're not gonna do anything usually gives me flowers and i said tune the other damage look if you if you're going to get me flowers don't you know give me tulips think i don't i i don't want roses it's something you could plant that would be great actually is a good idea maybe i'll tell me that but then and then i go you don't have to get me anything but if you do and what roses don't get me anything but if you.
"thirty four dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"And tell you take your social security they were going to drop it by a predetermined amount from 1900s at 600 in my example so instead of applying it's 62 you wait until seventy will fly that means they're paying the higher number for eight additional years that that doesn't make that doesn't work the way pensions work pensions know exactly what they're going to pay out based on the large numbers they know how long they're going to pay it out and the reality is the level lies the option the payments to come from the pension whether you take a higher number early in the lower number later or or the level as the number they're actually warily the same number two a normal life expectancy not necessarily your life expectancy bitter norms so i would have to read their you'd have to have somebody read the the pension option the east elected and and see whether or not they have the right to change it just because you took social security early or maybe if the if you wanted to postpone taking it to later and then get more all right and then what happens with a hundred thirty four dollars medicare part feeling sixty five does that come out of the employers four sooner or out of my time it shouldn't it shoes the pensions is the pensions and that's why i think it shouldn't have been affected by this false survivor benefits the pension is a penchant for you don't pay medicare out of your pension the social security is your social security you pay your medicare either by czech because you haven't started receiving your social security at or by a withdrawal from your social security benefit before they deposited into your bank account so that the social security medicare is one complete separate system from your pension and the to really shouldn't be coordinated other than what they tried to anticipate your benefit might be when he retired but once it said it should be done iraq thala critic clinic all right thank you very much thank.
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"Paying more than hundred thirty four dollars how much more could be four hundred twenty dollars a month per person every month this year but it does go on a yearbyyear basis of what your modified adjusted gross income is on a yearbyyear basis but as john mentioned so scary has medicare has no idea what you're making this year yep and it won't know for a little while so right now people are receiving letters telling them what their 2000 an 18 medicare premium is going to be faced it's based on their 2016 tax return the modified of jesse gross income as the adjusted grossing plus any taxfree income on the return doubt municipal bond issues things like that and so people are looking at now since the advent of the obamacare we've had one set of brackets the brackets were the same the didn't change they didn't increased they were the same flat brackets yo eighty five to one of seven one of seventy just boom boom boom they've been the same exact brackets the premium changed a little bit but the practice where the same in other words special we're identity right so what you're saying is if you're single and you made more than what in it started 85000 something and then then he paid a little bit more correct he played a little bit more heavily than the 135 that everybody else's paying off well anyway other pay as much as up to four hundred and some dollars right and so what they've done he didn't as a single individual he didn't hit the highest mark until you've got over two hundred and fourteen thousand dollars of modified just gross income married couple didn't pay the highest mark until they got over four hundred twenty eight thousand well in 2015 they passed the what they call.
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"Percent is watching along with it and the last was what watch but i'm listening with eleven percent so that's the portend i feel like there's some of that is people who can't watch in some as people are like you know i don't like this it's not worth the thirty four dollars on amazon now when minute for people outside of the us did you did you but yeah about it what sits on free form for for eight it would've been nice to say something kevin i thought you so i that's how i thought i knew i wonder how many people no like of our guests hey seven up this week who else didn't kevin wentz well you know here let's welcome on go to the bowles who is paying for his savvy and i'm gonna plays on twitter and i got for this is why snap are now sorry broderick oh yeah it with the bad sacks now it's all three on free far men and you can see are done faces on their when he got ready our dollars it's credit you know that's a championship some nice will temperature oh boy well well you spend a lot it's guys i appreciate the friendship and i love kemba this should and i get mama gigs this countries real i guess yes is you don't get diversity kevin this show is no we don't like diversity that's not sure so i love it is sapped it but we're not like we're not all about we're going to remember when they said sisters outs this is it's pretty again yeah well you know whether talk about let's talk about the real quick yeah prices insists scenes okay wow everybody up and and her sisters and here sis ten in his hand and heard swiss incentives alright when i gonna topped sisters so we're going to try but so we're going to try that's for sure what the hell's is up a circle and it's called that you want to see something that you want to see some yeah kickoff with the with the bjorkman number you had the one of my favorite dance members of the entire you re state the title by the way you know who want to see something.
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"Hundred and thirty four dollars at eighty seven of the month with correa so i just hour or are really really hurt but you know what then that's the problem with the you know what the with the healthcare system right now but you're right you're you're sixty two were sixty three they speak to alright so you need healthcare tell you get sixty five so basically are you gonna drawn social security yeah okay so be looking and about surely and that i've got a iron out those the pair all monday that they've got a lot of your there to maybe i go from no sixty thousand dollars a year to twenty thousand which is what i'm fed up for now two thousand dollar tractable income maybe i i don't know i may have to get you can't make border if you drop purity can make more like understanding of fifteen thousand seven hundred or they start third pick in your social security away but i've got to put together do they have the fifteen thousand i'm a club the fifteen thousand associates during that makes me a thirty year then i go back to you know six hundred dollars a month ago i'm still trying to iron out more out and i'm going to be in there to see your cared marry guys let you know that gonna get out of michigan appreciate you have a man on so it's a great guy he's a great guy a good like to rank i get to like about i get its news radio phi seventy go to carry on and run for let's go next to tim on the south side tim thank you for waiting him go ahead plays thanks for having the wrong sure a let go by what i said if you weise again again trump's gonna be the best present in my life times the workhorse you don't even in office yet and he's doing things that i haven't seen any president is you know i like clint now great up until the east are with him trade treatment steals and you know what you so you were saying earlier with all of that on if if hillary.