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How to Pursue the Tiny House Lifestyle With Intention
"Angelo barnard. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me included to be here. Yeah excited to have you so I love. I love what you're doing but i wanna i wanna start with your your tiny story How long have you been living tiny and and what you know. Why did you decide to go. Tiny i've been living tiny for just over a year and the decision was made because my husband and i we moved from coastal south carolina up closer to north carolina in greenville area. And we were looking for home and we were shopping at that point in time we were really wanting to pay off all of our debt so when we started hearing that in the area you're expected to pay no two hundred three hundred thousand dollars for home. We're like you don't want to go in that much more debt around this journey they offer debt and i've always like loved the idea of living tiny and like focusing on. You know some complicity. Just really living. Your life focuses on experiences in having more of those versus more things. So that whole concept. That was really interested but what i found out how much the house is going for. And then i'm on this journey to pay off debt. My husband and i know like we don't even need a house. That bag realtor kept showing us all these homes in the fusion. Were like this just feels reckless and dumb. And it's not aligned with with us at the time with our goals so we ended up finding a tiny home. It was like a rain of being in the middle of the night. I got this team notification. 'cause i put up this notification or the setting to see homes that were under a certain price range and a tiny home packed up and i was like what i saw that there was this community and i wanna see this community so we ended up going to see this community and the community was pretty big about seventy homes in it. And we're like. Oh we kinda wanna live more less people. So they're like. Oh we have this new one down to roads so there was. I think like eight at the time and now in our community. There's ten tiny homes so we purchased a purchased a tiny home and we moved it into this little community. And we're on the lake and it's been a year since then and we're loving it
Palo Alto Networks' 2021 Ransomware Threat Report Indicates a Ransomware Demands Surge
"We're going to be getting into the palo alto networks ransomware threat report. Twenty twenty one and you'll devos president regional chief security opposite the i pay giants head that role. Sometimes i have. I was thinking alia So yeah thanks for joining again having this talk history. Some of the k. Phonics was when i was running up the nights it's Pretty impressive Intensive some of the payments. I will deal with what the bank paying and what they're making. I think we're in the wrong business but Maybe they will talk about how companies should be dealing with this because it sounds like companies have been dipping their hands in their pockets tying ransomware. Yeah in ranson. Look think i think from the beginning of this survey you'd really hang around if there is no money to be might actually bandies. Brass was actually quite lucrative has been quite literally footing for a number of us and people have been pike. I think that's the the last year specifically ran sort of cut not injuring himself. What we saw was the average mass pike by organization has dramatically increase. Two thousand nine saint louis sitting somewhere in the order of about fifty thousand. Us dollars was typically so the ransom in twenty twenty s nelson going out to three hundred thousand dollars Hundred and seventy one percent year on year growth just simply from the ransomware itself the rest payments obviously with within organizations insensitive. The rats in this thing paid for generations vessels the double from five minutes. And you're making some instances where the mice rats were example. We looked amazing. Twenty twenty actually averaging somewhere around the four point eight million dollars just to the rest where threat. The questionable of the survey making people the hesitant. Pike i don't see why for a second. The people are not paying. Because there's no reason why the ransomware would be going over and things would be going out out. Why was seeing normal ransom with resurrection. So puppy up.
Houston day laborers suffer wage theft in post-winter Storm Work
"In the wake of the winter freeze day laborers and other immigrant workers are already reporting incidents of wage theft. Is they help houstonians recover. Elizabeth trove all has more on. How many of the storm's second responders are in positions that are easy to exploit houston's fay who st. A worker center has received reports of people going unpaid for their work after making repairs after the winter storm. The group's legal manager jessica. Da's says they're expecting to see more claims she says it's part of a pattern she seen in houston disaster after disaster people new day laborers and the workers put themselves into vulnerable positions to secure job. It's a no question kind of scenario right. You just get in the car. Whoever gets in the car Get the job right. You don't even ask how much you're gonna pay you. You don't even ask about blair who they are. Where they're taking new gives says over the past year. Her organization has received reports of over three hundred thousand dollars of unpaid wages in the area from two hundred workers. I'm elizabeth travel in
Market Power To The Beeple
"So after digital artist mike biebel winkelmann decided to get into the marketplace for tease. He set up an initial auction on an nfc platform called nifty gateway last october. These platforms are sites. That administers the supply of new tees and oversee their exchange and in addition to a couple of individual and. Ft's mike put up for auction. He also set up a kind of price experiment to give us fans cheap way into nfc ownership well also testing out the market. He decided to create a limited set of one hundred identical. Nfc's and to sell them for a dollar a piece. I i knew they were worth more than a dollar. But i thought they were. Maybe worth like maybe fifty or a hundred dollars and so these instantly sold out. And freddie immediately people started trading them because the thing with. Nfc's is you can immediately sort of resell them through the different platforms and because nfc transactions are conducted in the blockchain are all in public view. Blockchain is basically like an open ledger system where everyone can see every time. One of these unique ownership tokens changes hands. And for how much and this technology this wide open. Ledger holds a huge appeal for artists. Because every time an nfc is sold these platforms are able to offer a ten percent cut to people like people as a condition of selling their work in the first place and makes us within hours. People were flipping. Those one dollar tokens for thousands of dollars so fast forward to today those one dollar additions recently. This week sold for three hundred thousand dollars. You know when it resells ten percent is automatically goes into my wallet just to reiterate every time. somebody resells mike's an ts on one of these platforms. He's automatically cut into the deal for ten percent but she points out is a pretty marked improvement from how earnest get paid in the normal art market about a month after that first auction mike set up another. Nafta drop as they're called a series of about twenty separate nafta auctions that he scheduled to play out over the course of a weekend and makes his family win over to his brother's house for a kind of weakened watch party in the backyard. How much have you made by the end of that weekend. In december we it grossed three point five million and then after fees and everything kinda ended up to be about three point three million that i kind of take home not a bad in the backyard. That was a pretty good week. It wasn't too long after the success of those auctions before mike got word that a prominent member of that highfaluting art establishment that had long ignored his kind of art. Wanted to get in on. The action
7-Year-Old Girl Raises More Than $330,000 to Pay for Brain Surgery At Boston Children's Hospital
"Last summer seven year. Old liza scott opened up a lemonade. Stand at her mom's bakery near birmingham alabama. She spent her on. Well exactly what you might expect with. Strike the fancy of a seven-year-old girl new toys and sequined high heels months later this bouncy little girl is still in business but now the money is going toward something entirely different. Something very serious. Actually listen carefully here and you will hear a reference to a brain thing. But what's the money going to go for grain thing. Yeah what she's talking about here. Is the brain surgery. She faces next week at boston. Children's hospital as it turns out. Liza had been suffering a series of seizures and doctors determined cerebral malformations. Were the cause. Her mom elizabeth said that liza was not expected to help with these. 'cause she just wanted to her little stand brought in more than twelve thousand dollars in just a few days time. Nearly all of it through donations and our efforts have helped to raise broader awareness of her situation. Friends family. others who've been touched lies a story. They have already donated more than three hundred thousand dollars
7-year-old Alabama girl helps to fund her own brain surgery
"A seven year old Alabama girl is helping to raise money for her own brain surgery little Liza Scott was diagnosed with brain malformations earlier this year she'll have the first of what could be several operations Monday in Boston her mom Elizabeth says the family learned that even their good medical insurance wouldn't cover all the expenses little Liza wanted to help so she set up a lemonade stand their mothers bakeries savages bakery in suburban Birmingham so far she's taken in more than twelve thousand dollars in donations mom also set up an online fundraiser bringing in more than three hundred thousand dollars I'm Rita Foley
Arkansas school district goes solar, boosts teacher pay
"In batesville. Arkansas teachers are getting raises. Thanks in part to solar power meghan renaissance communications coordinator for the batesville school district. She says that four years ago teachers salaries were below average for the state and lower than other districts in the county in order to attract and retain our staff. We wanted to increase the pay so the district started looking for ways to cut costs at the time. It was spending more than half a million dollars a year. On utilities to reduce energy costs the district installed thousands of led lights replaced windows. Donate fach units sealed leaks and improve building. Insulation handed installed almost fifteen hundred solar panels that now generate about half the district's electric. We're the first school district in the state of arkansas to invest in solar panels together the solar power and energy efficiency. Improvements are saving the district more than three hundred thousand dollars a year along with other cost cutting measures and state funding. Those savings have helped raised teacher pay across the district and that is going to continue to go into our teacher salaries. That's the whole goal. We want to be the best in the area for teachers because that means that our kids are getting the best
Navigating the Maze of Paying for College
"My colleague ron lieber joins us now. He is a personal finance columnist for the times and his latest book is called the price you pay for college an entirely new roadmap for the biggest financial decision. Your family will ever make ron. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. i you know. I had trouble reading that that subtitle. Because i am. I am one of those families This biggest financial decision that i will ever make. This is a big subject. Well i mean why not call it what it is right. I mean looms incredibly large not just because the list prices are so high but also because of the emotional component of the decision right. These are our children that we've invested a lot in both financially and emotionally and we're about to send them off into the world and the enormity is not to be underestimated especially emotionally but is the enormity we sort of put on the idea of college. Are we misplacing our priorities. When we think that college sort of equated with our children's future. I think it depends on who you are. And how much privilege coming to the table with me. And you're a new york times columnist and you went to a selective school and you are reasonably well networked. There's pretty good chance that your kid is going to be okay no matter what and no matter how you define okay whether it's income or friendship or connections or happiness in the world but if you're starting from someplace else right if you are from a low income background if you are a person of color. The school can make a sizable both difference in your trajectory. So it does depend on who you are. But i also understand why families who are more privileged than average get all caught up in the frenzy because it literally surrounds us in our communities in the media and certainly in the high schools you bring up an interesting point too about what the intended not just where you come from but what your purpose is what your intention is with regard to college. I mean some people see college as primarily a financial decision means to getting a job or career or even just getting by others see college and perhaps this is the the person of privilege viewpoint. As just a fundamental part of being an educated human being other people see it as a way to compensate for what they think was a shoddy secondary school education. Just kind of becoming reasonably well educated and then others of course it is like a fun way to spend four years should the way that you view college and its purpose influence how you view that investment yes and you hit each of the big three so i spent years asking people. What is Because you have to find that for yourself before you can go shopping for it and so there really are three components right people shop for an education right. They want their kids minds. Grown and minds blow number two. They go shopping for kinship. Right you're trying to find your people the people who will come to your wedding the people who will carry your casket the people who will hire you and also your mentors. The grown-ups who will influence you. And then the last part is the credential and people think about that in a couple different ways some people come to college because they are looking for you know the the basic degree that will allow them to grab hold of the middle class and hang on for dear life right so maybe they're coming from a low income background. They want to become a teacher. They want to become an account. They want to become a nurse. Know relatively recession proof jobs and then there are people who are reaching for the sort of gold nameplates. They want doors open to them. That might not be otherwise. And if they're already from a privileged background they're already part of a fancy alumni network. They don't want their children to you know downgrade in access or privileges and so they strive for it all right for people who are not conversant in the three numbers five to nine busily worrying about this. Let's just give a sense of. What does college costs. What is the cost in america of an average public school education and an average private school education right now well from the perspective of parents. We often use rice with cost rates that there's the net price or i'm sorry. There's a list price right so the list price at the most expensive private colleges and universities right now is over three hundred thousand dollars for four years and that's after taxes by the way right does that include like food and textbook. That's everything all in. Yeah at a flagship state universities. You may pay more than one hundred thousand dollars for four years. And that's if you can get through in four years and plenty of people cannot but the net price is something different. What's going on behind the scenes. Now is that there is not just the financial aid system of old where discounts were based. On what you earned what you had right so called need basting. There's also an entirely new parallel track of financial aid known as merit aid where people are given discounts for all sorts of reasons. Maybe because you're a good student or a good leader or maybe it's because the institution is in a market segment where just no longer has much pricing power. Maybe because everybody around it is discounting her because parents who have the ability to pay are no longer willing to pay for that particular institution so it's kind of unpredictable.
Chicken in a Petri Dish: Singapore First to Allow Lab-Grown Meat Sales
"It may look like chicken and tastes like chicken. But that doesn't mean it's actually chicken. Take eat just for example. The company cell cultured chicken also known as lab grown meat just got approval to be sold in singapore. It's the first time a country is given regulatory approval to sell lab grown meat other companies are working on lab grown beef poultry pork and seafood. What is lab grown meat. You ask good question. Well for starters. It is grown on a farm technologists. Take a sample of muscle tissue from an animal. Then they typically put the cells into a liquid or gelatinous substance housed in a bio reactor one of those sci-fi movie containers that grow organisms. Most of the lab created meet. Looks like ground beef or small nuggets. No one's growing sirloin steaks in a lab just yet scientific american reports that one cow tissue sample can yield enough meat to make eighty thousand quarter pounders without slaughtering a single cow. Singapore's approval may lead to a quote revolution. In-kind kind clean meet one analysis in the guardian claimed. And that's a big part of its appeal. Livestock production is routinely plagued with stories of inhumane treatment of animals. A university of oxford study says the lab grown meat would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by ninety six percent and use just one percent of the land currently used for commercial livestock production would also slash water use and contamination. By bacterial waste. Electricity use would likely be higher to create meet in a lab however while the singapore approval may seem like a sign of things to come the. Us is not anywhere close to approving lab grown meat but would be manufacturers like just eat and competitor mosa meet got one step closer last year the department of agriculture and the food and drug administration formed an agreement to regulate the sector jointly that regulatory framework shows that the us takes innovation seriously and may help us manufacturers attract more funding box. Report says aside from overseeing safety the joint regulators will also decide issues like whether manufacturers will be able to simply label their product. Meet without disclosing. The grown in a lab part mostly is planning to seek its initial regulatory approval in europe first food dye reports beyond regulatory concerns cost is another barrier to mass production several years ago when mosa meet unveiled its hamburger patties. They cost roughly three hundred thousand dollars. Each costs have come down as techniques for growing the meat have improved now just eat says it can bring in its products at roughly the price of premium chickens nbc reports and investors smell opportunity. Mosa landed another fifty five million dollars in september and eat just which also makes plant based egg products is valued at a whopping two billion dollars while more than half of the population is the concept of lab grown products for in ten. Call them scary and say they won't be putting them in the meal rotation anytime soon. According to dive alleviating those concerns will require manufacturers to devote more time to educating the public about their products but even with the promise lab created need for the environment and animal welfare and eating consumers may not by
Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems
"Fake data tends to get a bad rap and it often deserves it from facebook's tools being used to abuse privacy to amazon knowing everything you buy two apps tracking all of your movements kids data minefield for consumers these days but in the hands of the right person big data can actually be a force for good or at least one hopes a force for good policy and raj. Chetty is trying to do just that. He's ahead of harvard based opportunity insights research institute. That's working solve america's inequality problem one data set at a time chetty has been tracking millions of people doesn't of years and tens of thousands of american neighborhoods in the process. He's learned that the country could be losing out on millions of inventors and that a move of just two miles might alter the trajectory of a third grader. But jetties research isn't just sitting in long excel. She's on dusty shells. It's helping drive. Bill gates spends his billions of dollars of philanthropy or how president elect joe biden crafts his pandemic economic recovery plant. But one thing he does best was all his piles of facts and figures is to make it easy for even the nandi to rock and there's an explosive term for that you do. Things apparently called chetty bombs. I'm not sure you love that name do like that. you mind. i guess. I guess they're unique insights where you can visually see something to do. Visualization of. What's happening. And i think some of the ones that i thought were much more effective was around covid. Which is where spending is happening or not happening so talk a little bit about what you're doing around cove it so in kobe. We're using data from a bunch of different private companies to track. What's happening to various key outcomes spending employment levels business activity and so forth in in a nutshell. What we basically find happened in the past six months is that high income folks started to spend a lot less like thirty percent less billions of dollars less per day primarily because of health concerns so lots of folks have the capacity to work remotely to self isolate and as a result they started to basically go outside their houses less and spent much less in person services. Local restaurants shops and so forth. Those businesses particularly small businesses then lost an enormous amount of revenue and in particular business located in affluent areas to think about for example the upper east side of manhattan or the highest income places in san francisco. They lost something like seventy or eighty percent of their revenues so just a massive impact in contrast in some of the less affluent places. Like if you think about the bronx or parts of queens you see more like twenty or thirty percent declines in revenue so much less than what you're seeing and appetizers and so then you got all these businesses that have lost a ton of money so what you can do with these data has asked. Okay how do they balance their books. Like what are you gonna do when you have much less money. Well naturally you see these businesses start to lay off lots of their workers and in particular. They lay off their low wage workers. If you look at some of these crops you can see very clearly this pattern where for low income workers people making less than say twenty or thirty thousand dollars a year. Somebody who works in a sandwich shop in downtown area of san francisco for example exactly seventy eighty percent of those workers have lost their jobs whereas that same worker if they weren't even at the same chain so you're working at a report layers something like that and you happen to be working at a branch that was in a less affluent area. You were much less likely to lose your job. Just because spending happened to fall less in those areas perhaps because essential workers are still out in about behalf to be outside their house because of the nature of their jobs were as time can folks can typically self isolate and so what's ended up happening is basically because of this production spending by the rich. It's lower income people who born the incidence of chuck and losing their jobs and finding now is we've had essentially a v shaped recovery for high income. Folks were their employment levels are back to where they were pre covid where it's lower income folks. You're still twenty percent below six million jobs below where you were where they've gone the brunt of the economic distress which i think anecdotally people get which is interesting one of the things that someone was talking about the statistics around the trump voters that wealthier people did vote for trump and mike while they're doing okay more than you think and their income is the same so they're not upset about this issue particularly jibe. That's right karen. I think what's more though as you can see. It's not trust lower income folks in general but in very particular areas right so in the past in previous recessions but you tend to see is that it's lower income folks in less affluent cities who took the hardest head turns out in this recession. It's actually flipped so silicon valley. For example has some of the highest rates for low income. People serfs there exactly because it's the opposite of what you might have thought because of the mechanism you just talked about. So this is one example of i think what you can see in these data but importantly as you touched upon you can basically have folksy this for themselves by just plotting the data in a very simple. I'm just finishing on covid with the cares act. Does the stimulus. Bill have an impact. Then you have this data now that you're showing this. They still haven't passed one. Maybe that's a good thing because they didn't get to see this data yet and they were just sort of shooting in the dark. Essentially isn't going to be a wakeup call or are they going to change their behaviors of where the money is going to be seeing the stated. How does that translate. Well i mean. That's the aspiration so what we're hoping going forward and i've been talking with a bunch of folks and the president elect and folks the biden team. I think there's a lot of interest both among those folks and on the other side of the isles who have been speaking with in trying to understand how we can do better invite of having these sorts of data. Because you know of course. They're always political debates about what we should focus on. But i don't think anyone is in favor of just spending lots of money and ineffective ways so talk a little bit about that concept of understanding effect understanding results in action take in the context of the current crisis the important paycheck protection program about five hundred billion dollars of loans to small businesses to try to keep people on zero again in the context of kobe to try to keep the economy going to stop businesses from laying people off so the way that program was designed. Lots of businesses were eligible in particular businesses with fewer than five hundred employees. And as you said you know there was kind of a hope that maybe giving these firms this money is going to keep lots of workers on the payroll and will make the recession. Not as bad. So what we did is using data from payroll companies which are cutting paychecks for millions of workers. We basically compare trends and employment for firms that had fewer than five hundred employees and hence were eligible for the paycheck protection program versus firms. That more than five hundred employees and ends were not eligible. So you can make an analogy there to sort of a science experiment. You've got a treatment group. The firms that have fewer than five hundred employees that got this extra assistance and the ones that up more than five hundred employees service kind of a control group. They tell you what would have happened if you didn't get this ski enough and so what you end up. Seeing the data is you can follow employment levels week by week and you can see very precisely that after april third that when when this program went into effect employment did start to go up a little bit at the smaller firms relative to the larger firms by about two percentage points. But the problem is it's only a two percentage point impact of fortune for every cost five hundred billion dollars so it it cost about three hundred thousand dollars per job that we saved as a result. Some of these are low wage. Jobs jobs that are paying about forty thousand dollars a year typically. So you know. You're spending an enormous amount of money to save these jobs now. I think people started to figure out over time that lots of firms might be taking up this program who weren't gonna lay off any workers anyway and as a result it wasn't super cost effective but we figured that out only several months afterward and so the kind of vision. We add some of this big data. Work that we're doing. And this is why i think it can be a moral force for social good as in agean. You could see as you're gonna steering the economy to three weeks later while this is kind of working but maybe we need to target it at firms that lost a lot of revenue or redesign it a bit so that it's more effective or in specific geographies like this area doesn't need any money. This area does exactly what specific sectors right. there are certain sectors particularly hard. You can take a really data driven approach and in private companies. This would be second nature right. I try to sell this product. I figure out within a couple of months people are clicking on this. They're not buying us. I'm going to then tweak it. In some way and i think we could do that from a social perspective for for policy with in my view much larger stakes.
Their Service Entitles Them To Low-Cost Loans. But Veterans Often Pay More.
"John. Four is a retired marine corps. Colonel he served for twenty seven years. Did you see the big fish jumped for is giving me a virtual tour of his harbourside house in a development in punto gorda florida. He's got a dock and a little powerboat and can you see the pool. Oh yeah oh. That's gorgeous yeah all right. Can you see the kayaks and the dock. Actually four is making me kind of jealous of his house at the start of the year interest rates were falling and he wanted to refinance with the. Va loan that has alone backed by the us. Department of veterans affairs vets and service members are supposed to be able to an extra low interest rate and better terms that way so you started calling around and he says the company loaned depot told him we can do. Va loan for you. But it's going to be at three seven five percent interest and they had a lot of fees in there but it was a lower rate than he had at the time so he says he was just about to do the deal with lump depot when he happened to see an ad for. Va loan to a company. Called own up. He went through them and he says he paid lower fees and got more than a full percentage point lower on the rate on his three hundred and thirty thousand dollar loan. That means about twenty five hundred dollars a year in lower payments. He he says when he went back and told loan depot about the better deal. They then offered him a much lower rate to as a veteran. You expect you're getting something from the government. I i was shocked that they didn't just tell me outright. What the best rate. What's a lot of veterans. Assume the same thing according to patrick boy adji. He's the ceo of own up. It's a new company that helps people find a good deal on home loans through a group of different lenders. He says veterans think. They're supposed to get a really good interest rate on a. Va loan so many. Don't shop around but says while these loans are backed by the va they're made by private companies and he says some will head people with much higher costs and basically a worse deal than they qualify for. And they're veterans the. Sit there and think to yourself that this person who served our country is now going to get taken advantage of. And they had no clue they had no idea so in his company did a study. They're releasing it today. They took the top twenty lenders for va loans and looked at the annual percentage rate that the companies charged borrowers on all the loans they made last year and so when we looked at the spread candidly. We were quite surprised that it was as wide as it. Was that the best lenders. And the worst lenders were so far apart from one another. The study found that navy. Federal credit union offered people. The lowest rates at the other higher cost end of the spectrum was a lender called new day. Usa it's a new day for veterans. Who want to refinance at me as a vet. The company is a sponsor of the army navy. Football game it runs. Tv ads with plenty of american flags. We wanna do whatever is best for the individual service person. The study found that of the top twenty. Va lenders new day charged. The highest interest rates more than a full percentage point higher the navy federal which over the life of three hundred thousand dollar thirty year loan is more than seventy thousand dollars. More in interest payments new day in a statement said that the study has a quote serious flaw. It said that's because the study lumps together different types of va loans. That are not the same but michael. Hoon is skeptical of that explanation. He's the president of the non-profit center for responsible lending. The information from this lender does not explain their borrowers are being charged so much more than other lenders are charging. Their va borrowers as far as loan depot. The company that john four. I talked to the study. Found that during two thousand nineteen. It's rates were about average. The company is also a recent financial supporter of npr biology. With own up says the big takeaway from his study for him is that people need to shop around and find the best rate that they can and negotiate for the best rate. Because if you don't it could be one of the most costly mistakes you make in your financial life that's good advice for. Va loans and other types of mortgages to chris arnold npr
SpaceX Starlink to go South for first time with planned deployment in Texas, west of Dallas
"Spacex well, space starling to go south for the first time with planned deployment. In Texas, starlings first southern deployment focuses on students who lack home. Internet. They've agreed to provide service to forty five families in Texas School District and early twenty, twenty one and additional ninety families. Later on the school districts announced last week the announcement by Actor County Independent School district in Odessa Texas said, it will be the first school district he lay spacex satellites provide Internet for students. The project will initially provide free Internet service to forty five families and pleasant farms area of Sec south actor county as a network capabilities continue to grow expand his servant additional ninety actor county families. So, Early Twenty twenty, one total cost of three, hundred, thousand dollars, half of which is being provided by chiefs for Change and nonprofit group or school district leaders according to the deaths American families are selected. We'll get to Internet service free for one year. It's not clear whether any of the money's going to spacex the school district has some causes it plans to identify the families will get the service and facilitate delivery of necessary equipment to those homes. There's no other word and southern US locations yet nothing on northern US locations either. Because you know they said some time this twenty twenty, we would start seeing Beta in the northern part of the United States. and. Southern Canada. But They've got six hundred satellites up but nothing yet I've got no new notifications from Starlink.
When Can I Move Up in House?
"Andrews in. San. Antonio Texas. What's up? How are you? Deserve man, how can I help? Awesome I had a question So I'm like you in San. Antonio on the military right now got about probably three years left about and I actually called. I spoke to Ken, Coleman a couple of weeks ago and he encouraged me that this is probably should should probably look at me and my last and most because it just doesn't line up with my goals anymore. So we're we're kind of looking at that transition and were plotting a move to the Nashville area actually ended this most met. In the rest of America. Okay. So the House that we're living now is very much a starter home. We bought it only here for about one seventy and we're just wondering at what point is appropriate mathematically to move up in house because we live in like you'd like to be in a nicer part of town. Eventually you know a little bit bigger and so we're just trying to figure out like mathematically how to make that happen without like starting over on the mortgage you know. Okay well you number one, you wouldn't do this until you move. To Nashville. Ride that house for three years it doesn't make sense to buy and sell a house inside of three years. Right we're not looking at doing this now, I'm just just a planning purpose. So you sell the house there you move to Nashville start, your new career by another house, right? Right, and then he would start a new mortgage on a fifteen year fixed rate. Here's the thing when someone says starting over on the mortgage that makes me think you believe that all the interest on mortgages paid upfront. which is not true by the way. Do you think that? No I don't think. Okay. So, what's your all your starting over as you have a different debt, a bigger debt or a smaller debt. So what are you currently San Antonio House. Currently owe one, fifty five. Okay. So if you buy one fifty, five at the same interest-rate or less in Nashville which would be very hard to do or the Nashville market, you could get out in the country you might way out in the country might pull it off. Okay. But Anyway if you did that mathematically speaking. You would exactly star where you are today. You would just move the one, fifty five at the same interest rate over here, and if it was the same number of years, you've lost zero ground the only way you lose ground as you go further in debt, which you said I, WanNa move up in house. That's cool. So let's say you buy three hundred, thousand dollar house because your career, your new career pays more than your career. And you move to Nashville by three thousand dollar house. Now, that's a little more feasible okay and so. Now, you've doubled your mortgage. So what you've started over is twice as much debt. But nothing else started over other than that. Okay. Yeah. That makes sense how many years remaining on your current mortgage. We've only lived in this house for just less than a year. So we've got fourteen years. You did a year. Okay. So when you move, you would have eleven years left. You did my scenario on eleven years regardless of the amount you took out, you would still be debt free it exactly the same time agreed. That sounds yeah which you wouldn't do that. You'll probably get a new fifteen year three, hundred, three, hundred, twenty, five, thousand or whatever number it is when you move up, that's fine as long as it's on a fifteen year fixed the payments no more than a fourth of your take home pay. But that's how it's GonNa work. So sit tight where you are, and then as you arrange yourself into the new career three years from now and you decide which city you're gonNa live in for sure you start shopping for real estate and start figuring out how much we actually can afford based on your new income to purchase on a fifteen year fixed rate where the payments no more than a fourth, your take home pay, and that'll keep you between the ditches brother. Thank you for your service. We really really appreciate cash.
What Everyone Forgets About Money
"What everyone forgets about money by Crowning Chris. RINING DOT COM. Washing dishes was how I earned my first paycheck when you're fifteen years old and don't get money from your parents to buy things then you have to work. So there. I was scrubbing dishes in the filthy kitchen of a small family owned Italian restaurant, and it's where I learned a little life lesson work is nothing more than trading time for money a medium of exchange. You provide one hour of time to an employer and they provide an hour's wage. I quickly discovered teenagers time isn't worth all that much a measly four, twenty, five per hour. Not long after starting that job I wanted this blind melon album. You might remember their catchy song no rain. One Saturday afternoon wandering the aisles in K. Marts, electronics, department I saw it for sale. Cool. I'm getting it. The price was sixteen, Ninety, eight for whatever reason I did the mental math to figure out the album didn't really cost me seventeen dollars. No, it costs four hours on your feet washing never ending streams of bus tubs overflowing with half finished plates of meat balls is this CD worth four hours of my time. In this case it was but more importantly, you realize the money tucked in your wallet isn't money at all. It's time disguised as money. In fact, it was Benjamin Franklin who said time is money but in our hectic day to day lives, it's easy to forget this. When you spend your money, what you're really doing is spending your time, which means if you waste your money, you waste your time. anyways throw my teens I worked a series of jobs, bagging groceries, stocking merchandise theater concessions, and mostly saved my earnings my time to precious and then I went off to college started a career and forgot what I learned. have. You heard that saying from Texas big hat no cattle meaning you can look rich but be poor. It's hard to believe people who make lots of money are poor. But then your tax preparer tells you they see plenty of families making three hundred thousand dollars and living paycheck to paycheck Thomas Stanley profiles. These folks in the millionaire next door, the doctor lawyer types who drive fancy cars living exclusive neighborhoods and take exotic vacations they look rich, but it's an illusion. It's the families who make one hundred, thousand dollars spent forty thousand and have a million dollars in the bank who are rich. Isn't the worst irony that the simplest way to get rich and have lots of money to spend his by not spending lots of money. But just because it's simple to get rich doesn't mean it's easy spend less than you earn and invest the difference that simple would makes getting rich so difficult is that spending less than you earn takes discipline the median retirement account is worth twenty, five, thousand dollars, and so the problem isn't paying people more money they'll save more give people more money to spend and they'll spend more money. I know this because back in my twenties, I spent just like the next person you think acquiring loss of material possessions satisfying all your superficial desires is the key to happiness. It took me years to relearn what I knew as a teenager. The things you buy with money that you surround yourself with aren't things at all it's your time. And research shows it's having control over your time that makes you happiest not money and things. So, most people have a choice. You can trade time for money and money for things, or you can trade time for money and then use that money as a tool to buy back time. That's why you save and invest, which reminds me of what stoic philosopher Seneca said quote. It's not that we have a short time to live but that we waste much of it life is long enough and it's been given to us in generous measure for accomplishing the greatest things if the whole of it is well invested. But when life is squandered through soft and careless living, and when it spent on no worthwhile pursuit death finally presses and we realized that the life which we didn't notice passing has passed away and quote. What he's saying is when you're about to die, you realize life is time and doesn't that make time your most precious resource. Here think about it like this see, you've worked forty hours per week for the past ten years. You've traded twenty thousand hours of your time. That's forty hours times, fifty weeks, times, ten years, and on the other side of the trade is everything you've consumed sure necessities like food clothing, shelter and healthcare but probably a bunch of other stuff you've totally forgotten about buried in the back of some closet. Was it a fair trade? Maybe it was maybe it wasn't but people are always telling me they've earned million dollars over the past ten years and have nothing to show for it and it makes them sick. They're not complaining about wasting their money. What they're complaining about is wasting their time. Trade wisely.
Guide To Personal Financial Wellness by William Johnson
"Guide to personal financial wellness part two by William Johnson with FLEX SENSE DOT COM. Insurance. Insurance has two important functions when it comes to financial wellness one insurance protects the wealth and lifestyle that you have worked long and hard to build and to insurance protects your family's future. If you do not have anyone depending on your income then you might not need life insurance but health auto homeowners and disability are still required or good ideas to make sure that you're protected for an accident or disaster when you have a family that relies on you to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table. Then Life Insurance is a necessity. Typically, people look for enough insurance to cover their debt including student loans and. Mortgage, as well as a number of years of living expenses the proceeds of life insurance can be invested, which can factor into your calculations. For example, if your living expenses are thirty thousand dollars a year and you wanted to cover ten years of expenses in the immediate thought is the need three, hundred thousand dollars in life insurance. However, with market growth assumptions, you can buy a bit less insurance, invest the payout and get a similar level of income. When shopping for life, insurance get recommendations on agents and be sure you understand the difference between whole and term if the agent cannot adequately answer your questions using easy to understand terms about what they're recommending then find an agent can. Retirement. Retirement readiness a specific component of financial wellness is being on track to have the money saved to pay for your living expenses in retirement without worrying about running out of money if you live longer than you anticipate. When talking with someone about their desired retirement age there's one point that I really tried to drive home the day you retire you moving to another phase in your life currently you're earning income. When you're retired, you live solely off your investments and social security. This often gives people pause as their projected retirement income falls far short of what they think. They're living expenses will be if possible, wait to retire and start taking your social security, it'll give you longer to build your nest egg and less time to draw down building retirement savings is something that people do over the many decades of their career but many get started too late or hit a bump and raid their retirement savings to get around it. It is never too late to start saving for retirement and anything one saves is better than not saving at all. The two big factors to the amount of savings you'll have when you retire are one contributions and to asset allocation. The contributions are the amount of money that you have contributed to your retirement accounts up to the point that you start taking money out contributions made earlier in your career are worth more than contributions may later in your career because they've had. More. Time to grow the more years, you wait to retire the more years you can contribute to your retirement accounts. Asset allocation refers to what you have invested your retirement money into typically that is a mix of stocks and bonds. When you're younger, you can take more risk due to the longer time horizon until you retire and will hold more stocks than bonds. With our a few years until retirement, you cannot afford a downturn or recession when you need to start drawing on your savings for your living expenses. Thus you'll be more conservative and hold more bonds than you do stocks the more money you have invested and the longer it's invested, the more asset allocation affects the outcome. Estate. Estate Planning. Varies widely from person to person with everyone having different needs. At a basic level, it's setting up instructions on what should happen to you and your assets upon your death. If you have children who are minors then establishing who will care for them is the primary concern. Everyone should have an inventory of all assets, accounts and passwords. We recommend using password manager that you can keep in a safe place and that will be accessible to the surviving spouse or the executor of their estate. All retirement accounts should have a primary beneficiary and a secondary beneficiary you should have a will that covers your assets and living will to ensure that your decisions on your health are respected. Should you not be able to make them yourself? Additionally, a healthcare proxy should be specified to cover any gray area or new treatment options that are not covered by the leading will. As wealth grows in size as well as in diversity of assets estate planning becomes more complex and considerations grow. It is often worth it to consult an attorney and Accountant to walk through your options. Small steps and forward progress. Accomplishing financial wellness will take a lot of planning and effort. It is usually achieved by focusing on a single thing and working to improve it rather than trying to improve everything all at once a series of small winds adds up to a big win. That will keep you moving forward towards your financial goals and the momentum provided by each small win will keep you motivated getting in a good place with your personal finances and future planning is life changing. Your efforts are a gift to your future self put in the work today to make sure they are in the best position to be successful.
US home sales spike 24.7% in July, another record
"Another record setting month for the housing industry the national association of realtors says sales of homes in the U. S. rose a record breaking twenty four point seven percent in July that surpasses the record set in June when sales increased nearly twenty one percent for the year purchases are up nearly nine percent from a year ago and the median price for a home exceeded three hundred thousand dollars for the first time last month settling at three hundred four thousand although the housing market has been resilient during the pandemic market activity still hinges on supply which was limited even before the corona virus outbreak I'm I can't put
Susan Rice, Biden's Potential VP, Divests From Netflix
"Places for personal gains and everything But she sold at three hundred thousand dollars stockholdings. Okay. So. Real. Quick. We got only got a few more minutes. We started a little bit late today guy. So we got a we're we're going to do a little bit more tiny bit more passing Levin. Okay if it is Susan Rice right. Let's talk about her a little bit. This talk about Susan Rice. Who is Susan Rice Who is Susan? Rice? Let's start at the very, very bare bare minimum starting at the very bottom. NETFLIX's director. NETFLIX's director. That's it. She's obviously female. Start their. American diplomat academic democratic policy adviser former public official has served as the twenty seven United States ambassador United Nations, two, thousand, nine, two, dozen thirteen. And the twenty four, th states national security advisor from two, thousand, thirteen to two, thousand seventeen. Now. Here it is. because. Some people are really excited about the possibility of it being Susan. Rice. Right. So what is? What is something? That's not good. You know what's what's the negative side was the negative things about what's the? What are the cons about Susan Rice Be something that people would have a problem with if he wants US Susan Rice Benghazi. is where she withdrew her consideration. For replacement of retiring US Secretary of State Clinton a dozen twelve Based on the contract dry controversy related two, thousand, twelve attack on the US diplomatic facility in Benghazi. So I, don't know if she's attached to that. Again next negatively to that you know. Something about Susan Rice enemy nation to said, Susan Rice will get crushed for her role for unmasking Michael Flynn. That's news to you. That's news to me but it made to may have been involved with that. I just saw to that Flynn was just back in the news to man, and because the government suggest attorney general bar had secret reasons for dropping Michael Flynn criminal case. So. I mean. Having Susan Rice I mean
Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction
"Prince's guitar and Paul McCartney's hand written lyrics are among the items for sale at a memorabilia auction next month outside Los Angeles I marquees are loaded with the latest Julien's auctions will sell the nineteen eighty four blue cloud guitar with prince's love symbol on it and then options after June nineteenth and twentieth it's estimated to sell for between one hundred thousand and two hundred thousand dollars Paul McCartney's handwritten draft for the song Maxwell's silver hammer is estimated to sell for between two hundred thousand and three hundred thousand dollars other items for auction include Jim Morrison's journal from Paris Johnny cash's tour piano and Michael Jackson's black loafers which he autographed on the soles
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
"I'm getting the picture a three hundred thousand dollars in the late nineteen ninety dollars a three hundred thousand dollars worth of a crown molding in office numbers i happened enjoy woodwork an you know you go some of these old hotels and you see this beautiful crown molding i sure appreciate that i would you appreciate that you have you ever seen that so this was you know beautiful absolutely beautiful 'em however it was about three hundred thousand dollars worth of of crown molding and this is all going into a strip mall going into the building all oh they sold space now and the finishes just went on from there if you could imagine you know a hand selected you know marble countertops book match a beautiful you know three and thousands of the crumbling anyway a by the way i was not involved i came in after the fact as the coach a i happened to be there on their opening towed by the way the wife decided that she now one of the work in this office because a it was a nice environment right so she's gonna work at a bushy don't wanna do like regular work you know like a regular dental team member she decided that she wanted it'd be the cause here is practice now i'm not quite sure what a dental crunchier sheer does not quite sure but that's what you is gonna be at she decided that she is gonna have her own greeting desk in the front reception room an m i am not an expert on french antiquities but her desk was a newly this something i'm not sure quite what louie it was weather is louie the twelfth through the seventh i dunno my louise somehow i don't think you do either bruce i don't i really a can't help but it was a movie this something desk from imported from france i did cd invoice high today of thirty two thousand dollar invoice on this little writing desk getting a trio now unreal i was there any opening their first patient and i cannot make this stuff up a literally every you know you think you've seen it all and then you see something you know they said no i haven't quite yet the this town in a small town in the state of washington a had a number of paper mills is very much eight blue collar working class town blue kerry lunch pail working the first patient drove up in his logging truck i'm not making this up a he parallel parks on the street because you can't fit in the parking lot now starting his davis is dressed very neatly in in a pair of jeans pendleton shirt got out of his truck so apparently he was going to the dentist you know on his way to work and so he walks to this office and he opened the door poked his head in an immediately closed the door walked back out to the directory at the strip center to make sure he is in the right place why followed him out the door and i say excuse me kind of help you and i said yeah i'm i'm looking for the dentist and that's what will this is it where you can't this this office money and he looked at me just shook his head no didn't say anything just shook his head no got in his logging truck drove off never be seen again i know it's happened for three straight months until in he left a little bit longer than that a but was forced to closed under a bankruptcy group see very sad end result well that that speaks volumes to the need.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"What your household income? Close at three hundred thousand dollars. Well, you don't have cell, the rental to pay fifty thousand making three hundred. Do you. No, no, no. And we have plan we have investments in fall when k and, and stocks, this is just that I just hate owning money, but I just hate I have not been hundred thousand dollars. Stop your 4._0._1._K's. Stop your investments stop everything and pay the fifty thousand often what six months? Okay. You'd be different six months. Okay. That can be done. However, my main thing is the, the, the property gang that it can't we can't seem to avoid is there a way to get around it. They're gonna pay capital gains, if you take the cash out of the rental property, you don't need to take the cash up pay the debt though. We established that didn't we crash. So why are you selling the rental property? Now. Well at some point, we need to start kids college funds, and you make three hundred thousand dollars a year. I think you need to get on a budget, which spending money like you're in congress. Well the thing well, I haven't will live in a very expensive at. You make three hundred thousand dollars a year. Really? You're spoiled rotten. Unbelievable. You can hit your college goals, and you can hit this.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMA
"Not that i would be aware of the responsibility i this is such a terrible thing to say but in a business the responsibility for an errand employee is looked at almost exclusively under the law is being the burden on your son in his partner right that's probably what you've heard elsewhere well he was lucky enough that he spends a considerable spend a considerable amount of gasoline to the tune of in the last ten years three hundred thousand dollars in gasoline with this on this call these cards and so the the credit card company for the big mega gas company did respond back and said hey you know we don't wanna lose your business and we we understand that you know this shouldn't have come up shown because they would have caught it if it had lottery tickets obviously it was in a red flag because the invoicing said gasoline they didn't catch it as soon as they should have doing anything for your son they did the credit card company did give them half of the the money back and said in good faith i i would say for your son and his partner you just take the lumps on the three thousand there's no requirement that i know of that they would have been required to do that it's a terrible story but the good news is half recovery is tremendous and that the person's being prosecuted even better and you know your son's been in business a good while this is an unusual situation i hope it doesn't change his impression of the rest of his employees that are hard working and honest you're listening to the clark howard show john batchelor tonight at nine nine two thousand fifteen.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Pitch
"And about a half an hour later he sends them an email that says stephan i have never received so many opt outs so quickly so we're aiming to re opting out people choosing not to participate in this particular deal that he's offering up on his syndicate that's correct and i my spirit's definitely sunk we're trying to raise three hundred thousand dollars and i said avoi here we go into myself i'm like damn it i was just going on a a weekend off with my son i was trying unplug and it was not to be we we had to put our nose to the ground stone so this is what happened that's the worst so what we did in that moment first thing we did is we sent an email to our customers and i team like suggest that it's the most successful email we've ever sent we three hundred thousand dollars in venture from our customers how quickly a week i could not believe in oh my goodness so at the moment of we're trying to raise three hundred with fail bumi race three hundred from our customers directly then negative thing we did is we took a page out of your book and i thought gosh if i could just tell my story better to this community explain a pair of investing to them and and tell them more about what we're about an opportunity we have zoo page out of my book yeah we released a single episode podcast and fade the investment with phil it saved the project.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on No Jumper
"Three hundred thousand dollars that weekend serious yeah i'll do anything for three hundred thousand dollars where those pants right now lose three i think i've always been someone who has not really been the best at fashion i don't really just had some very looks and kinda got two literally like i'd be like oh i don't know to work my father was will be like oh guarantee you're gonna wear your make e block jumpsuit and your block adidas with your block watching your black backwards leather baseball and i was like oh my god and i really predictable looked too many times yeah but from then i'm talking to step up so that i started own phone lines and i have says apparel but i also i need to just have like my event at at least my event alvis my everyday outfits can be like whatever like to go to starbucks and pink featuring goodies by at least be good i can eat to stop wearing fucking hoodies to events so me too so i've tried to like my game so now working with amazing and i just knew also my outfit slash fucking horrible i two days before and they were it's just so fascinating that like coachella for somebody like you is basically like the grammys or like you know like your outfit really does matter because in the social media age it's like you don't have to worry about there being a whole red carpet full of taga as it's like no they're gonna get you well we're going to post that and you're posted a million you talking about it and love it hate it like there's a lot of things that when i think about him i was never real into halloween never dressed up too much as an adult does not really like that kind of person that's like into getting dolled up or anything but like in the social media age when i watched like jesse wounds and he's like dressing up as the silver surfer going viral as fuck because he's got this crazy costume okay well i'm into like.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Mafia
"Or another back in the day back then truck hijack and his be a forty foot trailer loaded with pharmaceuticals any kind of high end commodity and you know in in these loaves were sometimes work to three hundred thousand dollars then the the mob guys would hijack the truck stick the truck up take it and then sell it to fences and then defenses would sell the either to the public or for to legitimate stores if i could infiltrate defenses then hopefully i could get back to the to the hijackers the mafia hijackers and that was that was the original premise of the cover operation it was to target the fences that were involved with the mafia seasoned undercover agent joe pistone volunteered for the operation i always worked undercover cases i worked all criminal matters bank robberies prostitution cases where a lot of gambling cases it's best to use an undercover agent versus an informant for several reasons one of the reasons is the undercover agent is on your side you know he's a law enforcement guy versus and informant that's an informant for specific reason either gay getting paid he has a beef against the the people that he's informed on with an undercover agent you're getting somebody that that basically again is a law enforcement agent is trustworthy court he knows what evidence to look for and he doesn't have any axe to grind with with the gangsters as an informant may have after the break.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"To spend three hundred thousand dollars american that i do not have time china no bitcoin of go well on on bitcoin's back up keep that'll i've been on the bitcoin train it really really early uh but three hundred thousand dollars i do not half i'll explain it next pera i wanna make sure rhinos to today we're giving away a pair of tickets to sit in the second row of a lakers game it'll be the game on march two 28th lakers verses mavericks i can tell you that you will be in the neighborhood of jitney bus right there you sit in the second row yes i do every game i know exactly where everybody always knows were genius momal shelburne as as combined what's up tweeting from the appear gallery yeah i did tweet i i gave you a retweeting even on the one that i said and venice mass was there to yes i gave your retweeting because you included adventists mace at all that's right i'm you i will absolutely re tweet she date so so let's let's do i was going to do something else i was going to do how i'm going to have to spend three hundred thousand dollars but instead let's talk about this proposal we we kind of late it out here the idea that there will be there could be a change in there there are a lot of ideas floating around there's a new plan that's floating around and zach lowe wrote about it where there would be a s four playing games for the post season yeah so it the seventh seed would host the eighth seed and they would play for the seven spot in the playoffs and then the eight seed would play the nine seed for the eight spot in the playoffs over example this year portland would host nor if we did the standings right now portland would host new orleans in a one game playoff over the seven seat in the kla.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMA
"Three hundred thousand dollars a panel on that fence i mean i'm for fixing oil reasons that i would have supported him if it wasn't for some of the things that bothered me regarding his his personal life i am four fixing this immigration problem i don't know where we're going to be able to do it but i like a lot of the things that he suggested however when you look at their four bidders on this wall and they're all making these panels there are thirty feet tall thirty feet wide and they cost three hundred thousand dollars a piece and i'm thinking to myself how many miles of this thing wonder it's twenty one billion dollars and it and and so at the end of the day joe someone's going to get over a thirty foot wall msnbc last week doing away nbc reporters was doing alive shot the did you see that yet but that wasn't a thirty foot fence were go now wisely but it's the same it sort of is a symbol you know why they're doing the interview guys a jebran over the wall and they're all people all around looking in they're laughing income i will i i would think that we hand acts and make the case i make a new era of expanded twenty one billion dollars to fix the fence come up with a couple of hundred billion and by mexico and that's it over done finished that's buying a whole lot of problems though guarding the next thing i tong and round go ahead oh that is logo mexico i met i'm glad when we went on her honeymoon in june that we had no incidents but i mean even just the week after we were there at all the people being drugged and the bootleg alcohol and then the federales everywhere i mean it's just it is such a dangerous place and it's just getting worse that's why we we need the wall thank you very much for making my boy anti the wall i just think it's ridiculous to spend that much money i mean it just doesn't i don't think it's really are solved ira hydrog it from north korea to mexico i just returned because we were talking insane leaders right unless started it gagi we already talked already.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"And then two thousand thirteen did like almost three hundred thousand dollars in sales to two thousand fourteen did about half a million think uh between five and six hundred thousand and then and two thousand fifteen i was like this is the year that i go big of gotta make million dollars i've got to launch a bestselling book i've got to do all these things and it was really ego look back on his ego kind of carrying me through it at the time it just felt like ambition anz i think i will the as you said there's for this unconscious rule that i have to like achieved x and i think what it was was not like i wasn't just doing what people said i should do or do what i saw other people doing i was trying to do what i perceived other people were doing and i think that's an important distinction is now that i look look back and i talk to people i realize people who have quote unquote big businesses in oh sevenfigure eighth figure businesses are not necessarily doing what we what we think they're doing and there's lots of research a turns up to support this and everybody talks i've got a sevenfigure business that means you've got like one point one milliondollar biz deserted says the basis at bigger than it as likes vet a one milliondollar because the say it's 1 trillion 2 trillion 3 million whatever but yeah i i i didn't realize this until later but i saw people with what i perceive to be large businesses announ retrospect in the world of business i realize you know a seven or even eightfigure business is a small business i mean the definition of small business is twenty five million dollars or less that's a that's the definition in america is a small businesses twenty five million dollars will us and and so that like.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"It was just when you know analoguedigital was changing and it was so difficult to pull together that's where the budget you know sparked was imposed on three hundred thousand dollars for something that if you shoot on video right now at with a film look should be something like tangerine which is like was very inexpensive you know to do so if people wanna do this sort of serie storytelling now he don't i how did you raised that much money back that free kickstarter pre kickstarter free cell phones i mean we didn't even couldn't even leave messages like that i guess her answering machines it was interesting i i sort of got in the post mode or you're like we have no money left home and i said well let me call everybody i know and asked them for like a dollar to and so you see on the credit to the film all the people who donated yes a long it's a long asked list which i think is quite findings he's my french um and you get a snapshot of the supporting community at that point so you see people like christine the schanz names on their or ruby riches names on their others who were involved in khorasan them in your like oh my god i don't even in a so for me the pre kickstarter moment of support is interesting it is so amazing to see we need community to to make work wait i'm sorry you raised three hundred thousand dollars by corn no we raised probably about defy fact checkers right all right in fact acura we raise probably about 10 10 you know something to get out of post so each faiza production really was a big you know mound of money and you know we are editors who are executive producers it you know donated or you know change that bill from you know we'll take executives earn you know you will have to pay us but this is how much it cost um but i think of the fun part about it was was that i did apply for a grant.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Excellent excellent excellent nice job christmas powerful that that is one powerful young lady right there i mean she's a single mom she becomes a dentist and three hundred thousand dollars thing around her neck to kids to raise and a sweet little voice you don't realize how much how much backbone is in there i know is so impressive and i i should have no one asked to others teach you how could you t somebody that nice off teaser was like all it's great so too so impressive thirty two years old and now no debt from in a row lake make enormous couple of hundred ear on rations fresh is going to be a millionaire we've got a copy of course hogan's book for you retire inspired the next chapter in your story to become a millionaire college from the millionaire theme our ensure that story weather soon much we want to take you someplace with this getting outta debt has a reason as a reason for doing it and the reason is that that way you can give emily over like no one else knew change your family tree that lady did for sure absolutely amazing very very very well done art chris brown joins us this segment let's jump in and see who's got a question for chris while we're here chris charlie's whether salt lake city high charlie how are you during are you better than i deserve what's up i had a question about whether we can or should i how my husband and i were free have a bunch of money in the evening but i am planning to go to graduate school they're all and we currently have nothing i building that only god can be repaired often have to worry about it and and but at the same time and get into the point wearing think of renting and if we by how it and we could go and pre we just pay more bathing i posted already you don't have to worry about it and and and wanted to think nor the other part was now should we put the twenty percent down could that put the bigger chunk out of our thieving then and if we did not get the conventional loan chris well i want to stretch a little bit charlie so if you're asking between ten and twenty percent of you feel like you can get the twenty.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC
"You have approve june for three hundred thousand dollars and all we have to do is go into the appraisal so one of my clients is going to deal with and and that was another from the property for three hundred thousand mike lineup is to eighty mike line gets the house ride because the firm commit in the latter and this gentleman just had that had the same issue that happens with a lot of banks and win it in and that's going in for an interview this week works for a large bank out that he saying that's one of the biggest problems to bankers out three approval letters like a nothing and then all of a sudden the house gets they're not you know when they come in to apply after the office been accepted and that's what happened in this offer with the gentleman that to offers this hour when awful was to three hundred for price with a three approval adam any said no because i just took my house off the market for him on how we all had we had four sales that were close in the same day because you know he sells his thousand buying in on the house in someone that selling missed houses buying another how so some place sometimes you have for closers at the same day for moving sharks the same day so everyone closing gets mass topple underrated messes up more of a close things those those details are not going to close and that's very upsetting to a lot of people around weighing on why would eleven i would you give someone eight three approve the latter just to deny them when they come and they pride for the more games inactive jacket what happens in this case and a gentleman that we're looking to hire this week awaits the one a large pants he's and that's exactly what they do to get these pre approval lettuce and left with a long gets the night two weeks like a like a clear last i said how can make a lesson done as mean ages do is in the offing anything about a he's and you get all upset and you get out you can tell you where and you concern how you have compassion clients your you know can get upset or something like that happen not the banks they can play last so that's why i say.
"three hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"These numbers up three hundred thousand dollars yes there fifty five years old yes they go put money into a four oh one k plan and under the best of the circumstances and might be able andy to get fifty three thousand dollars put away was a lot of mine but if the person fifty five years old and hasn't say anything maybe there was a divorce at fifty three and the dude or the dude yet got complained out jim is never happened yes the far more yeah it's yes i remember and will be due ryan client of mine ones who was in that he was really younger than fifty three and it was his birthday and he was going away into a conference and i have been working on this defined benefit plan for his practice and here's why if this is before you had to check than you know you couldn't go to the gate she's got up broke a he only flowers whatever balones as flowers and she's waiting it again for him to come out from as conference and he comes out from the conference holding hands with his mariners went to the conference went fan and co habit tainted at the hotel room with him that was it for his retirement plan now we ultimately did do and the fucking that benefit planned for because she literally right him out thank you miller happy birthday honey i love you hard balones and all that stuff and he walks out here playing with his girlfriend anyway long story short i learned a lot about the find benefit plans because he i'm not in nothing left and we were able to because he made a lot of money and even after the fact that he not get that out of the house loss the house in center in center we did a defined benefit plan where.