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Keeping foreign ownership cap to 'impact' investments: Euro chamber
 
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The playing field will remain uneven if the 40-percent cap on foreign ownership of business is retained under a federal Philippines, the head of a European business group said Tuesday.
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XRP Battling 90 Cents. Federal Reserve Coming Out With New Payment Draft. Market Cap 400 Billion
 
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Congress Wants to Take Away Obama’s Pension After They Made Shocking Discovery
 
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Pensioners in Oyo, other states suffering - Shittu tells Buhari govt - Daily Post Nigeria
 
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The Association of Federal Contributory Scheme Pensioners in Oyo State on Monday appealed to the Federal Government to promptly pay the full entitlements of members so as to ameliorate their sufferings.  The association’s President, Mr Matthew Shittu, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan.  Shittu said retirees under the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) were being short-changed as a result of the non-payment of their full entitlements.  He said that the Federal Government was still owing pensioners who joined the CPS at inception accrued interests on their initial entitlements as at July 2004, adding that this was deposited with the CBN as bonds.  “We demand from the Federal Government the payment of our accrued interest on our money bonded with the CBN since 2004 when the Federal Government retired us.  “They only pay our accrued rights and the money we contributed to the PFA leaving outstanding the accrued interest,” he said.  Shittu demanded the calculation and payment of all accrued interests for all pensioners as at July 2004 at the government’s official interest rate.  Shittu said that the seeming silence of the National Pension Commission (PenCom) on the accrued interests payable to retirees under the new scheme was a cause of concern to his members.  He appealed to the Federal Government to direct the commission, CBN, Account-General of Federation and other relevant agencies which are custodians of contributory pensions to calculate and pay the outstanding interest of pensioners’ bond without delay.  Shittu also called for the payment of the retirement benefits of pensioners who retired since January 2017.  “We have written a letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, DG of PenCom, Minister of Finance, National Assembly and other arms of government in Nigeria for them to come to our assistance and address our plight,” he added.
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How to Pay 0% on Capital Gain Tax Rates
 
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Income taxes are never simple and the capital gain taxes are no different. Learn how to understand the new capital gain tax rates and even pay 0% in capital gain taxes. Transcription: Did you know that there is a zero percent capital gains rate? Well, I'm going to tell you how to pay zero taxes on your capital gains. But first, what is a capital gain? Well, that is when you have an asset outside of retirement, like a stock, a mutual fund, an index fund. Even a piece of real estate. You own it for a year. You sell it at a gain. You pay a special capital gains tax rate. It's cheaper than the regular tax rate. It's normally 15% for most people. And 20%, if your income is high enough. There is also a 3% Medicare Surtax at certain income levels. But most of you will pay 15% on your capital gain taxes. But what about 0%? That's the better rate, right? So, let's talk about how to pay 0% taxes on your capital gains. The first way to do it is if your income is low enough. So, if your married and your taxable income is below $76,000, about. Or single, below about $38,000. If you have any capital gains that make up that income, guess what? The federal government taxes you at absolutely zero. There's no tax to pay. You may pay some for your state, but there's nothing on federal taxes. Now, for some of you it's like, "Well, I make more than that. What can I do?" So there is a strategy called tax loss harvesting. And this is what I want you to think about. Some of you know about this but I'm going to tell you how to do this better. So that is when you buy an asset, like a mutual fund or index fund and it goes down. Sometimes assets do go down before they go back up. So, when it goes down I want you to sell that asset when it's lower. Not because you're happy about losing money, but sell the asset. Here is the key. Buy another asset that is similar so that you will receive the incline when it goes back up. In the meantime, you have created a tax loss on your tax return.Let's say you bought an asset at $20,000 then it's $15,000. This loss here, that $5,000 loss, you can use that dollar-for-dollar against other capital gains. And that is how you pay zero tax on that. Now here is the thing I want you to realize. Your positions can go up and down throughout the year. Sometimes some of you look at this only in December and the market may be up at that point. Look at it year round. Anytime the market dips you want to be looking at tax loss harvesting opportunities. The best thing is you can net these losses against gains dollar-for-dollar. If you have more losses than gains, the IRS says you can take another $3,000 against ordinary income, like salaries and pensions and so forth. If you still have more losses, it carries over to the next year. And it carries over for the rest of your life. So there is no downside to doing this - only upside. Imagine this, in retirement, you've got this store of losses. You take money out of the non-retirement accounts. You pay no taxes on it. If you would like to schedule a free assessment with one of our CFP® professionals, click here: https://purefinancial.com/lp/free-assessment/ Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more helpful tips and stay tuned for the next episode of “Your Money, Your Wealth.” https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=PureFinancialCFP Channels & show times: http://yourmoneyyourwealth.com https://purefinancial.com IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES: • Investment Advisory and Financial Planning Services are offered through Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. A Registered Investment Advisor. • Pure Financial Advisors Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult with their tax advisor or attorney regarding specific situations. • Opinions expressed are subject to change without notice and are not intended as investment advice or to predict future performance. • Investing involves risk including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against loss in periods of declining values. • All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. • Intended for educational purposes only and are not intended as individualized advice or a guarantee that you will achieve a desired result. Before implementing any strategies discussed you should consult your tax and financial advisors.
How Canada fixed its government employees pension plans
 
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On November 2, the Retirement Security Project at Brookings hosted an event with senior Canadian officials and American experts to discuss the Canadian retirement income and pension system and its relevance to American policy debates. https://www.brookings.edu/events/fixing-the-u-s-retirement-system-does-canada-have-the-answers/ (transcript available) Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BrookingsInstitution Follow Brookings on social media! Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/Brookings Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BrookingsInst Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/brookingsinst LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/com/company/the-brookings-institution
Platinum pension approved for the former Atlanta chief
 
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City officials went forward with a pension that will richly reward George Turner for his 36 years of service as a police officer. The former chief, who is 57 years old, will get just over $21,000 a month for life and that amount will increase with cost of living adjustments awarded all pensioners. The police pension board was set to approve the package in early January. But with questions raised about the amount, specifically a possible cap restriction under IRS rules, the Turner benefit was delayed. The package was discussed in executive session behind closed doors. When the public was brought back into the meeting, officials said the chief and all other city employees hired before 1996 would be exempted from the $200,000 cap. So, the board voted to approve. Turner did not attend the meeting. There is no requirement for him to do so. RELATED: Atlanta Police Chief George Turner to retire
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KY teachers, firefighters, officers seek promised pensions
 
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FORT MITCHELL, Ky. (WKRC) - When Stephanie Winkler walked into a classroom years ago, she wanted to have a positive impact on children. She wanted to be a teacher because it was her desire to make a difference for children who struggle in school. That’s the same mission as many of the teachers who filled the Dixie Heights high school gym Tuesday evening. They also expected that when they got older, there would be a pension waiting for them because they paid into the system for years. Kentucky Senator John John Schickel came to the rally to hear the concerns. “I’ve been a public employee myself, all my life, so it’s very important, but we also need to face the fact that we don’t have enough money so we have to make some adjustments so we can get a system that's sustainable," said Schickel. Governor Matt Bevin made proposals to fix Kentucky's pension crisis. They include cuts to the benefits of state workers across the board including firefighters and police officers. The proposals also includes caps on benefits for many current employees. “Almost all of the new hires except for what they call 'hazardous duty employees' will be going to a 401K style system which is much like the private sector," said Schickel. Right now, they are just proposals. There is no bill. That doesn’t make officers like Bryan Bogard feel any better. Bogard is a sergeant with the Covington Police Department. He is also married to a teacher and both pensions would be affected. “We have a lot of employees in Covington and throughout Northern Kentucky who are married to teachers, other police officers, other state employees,” Bogard said. State workers are worried the cuts could drive away good educators. Some police officers who were eligible want to retire as a precaution. They’re hoping lawmakers consider the ripple effect. “When it snows, we expect our roads to be scraped. That’s done by a state employee. When someone tries to burglarize our business, we call the police. That’s a public service. When our house is on fire, we call 911. That’s a public operator and we expect the firefighters to show up to put out that fire," said Winkler.
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Government TSP: Overview of the Federal Thrift Savings Plan Funds
 
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The federal government's thrift savings plan, commonly called the TSP, has long served as a low cost savings method for government employees. The five base funds of the TSP offer government employees access to five major indexes in which they may invest. TSP funds are not mutual funds, which means they cannot be invested in by the general public. Instead they are trust funds that are managed by Blackrock Institutional Trust Company. These trust funds have management fees of .039% and below, which comes out to $0.239per $1000. To keep management fees and transaction costs low, participants in the TSP are only allow 2 interfund transfers each month, after which they may only transfer money into the G Fund. Click this link to read the rest of the companion blog post: http://realizeyourretirement.com/government-tsp-overview-of-the-federal-thrift-savings-plan-funds/
NO MORE FREE RIDES: TRUMP CUTS PAY RAISES FOR ALL FEDERAL EMPLOYEES – EXCEPT THIS GROUP
 
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NO MORE FREE RIDES: TRUMP CUTS PAY RAISES FOR ALL FEDERAL EMPLOYEES – EXCEPT THIS GROUP This morning, President Donald Trump sent a strong message to Congress and bureaucrats who make a living on the taxpayer’s dime: the money train has stopped. Outrageous salaries are being reigned in. In an effort to save money next year, President Trump has announced that he is slashing down pay raises for all federal employees to just 1.4 %, down from the 2.1% pay increase they received in January. Had the President not made a change, they would have received a 1.9% increase in pay. That may not sound like much, but in real numbers, the pay cut will save tens of millions of dollars in a single year. In a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Vice President Mike Pence, President Trump called the pay hikes “inappropriate.” The President has a point. According to CareerTrend.com, being a government employee plays pretty well, offers great job security (even if you are a lousy employee), and the pressures are far less than the private sector. Here are the salary stats for federal workers from Career Trend. The average earnings for full-time federal government employees was $74,403 in 2009. This figure does not factor in employee benefits, which are an important part of a federal employee’s compensation. Managerial Salaries The average salary for financial managers working for the federal government was $119,671 in 2009, according to the BLS. On average, information technology managers made $91,104. The average human resources manager took home $81,837.While federal employees won’t be getting a bigger pay raise, one segment of government workers are not included in the cut – the military. In fact, for 2018, military members will see an increase of 2.1% to 2.4% in pay. It isn’t all bad news for federal employees. In order to stay competitive, President Trump did authorize localized increases (in cities in which the cost of living is higher, like New York) for some workers. The Daily Mail reports. Trump said, ‘locality pay increases averaging 26.16 percent and costing $26 billion would go into effect in January 2018.’ Trump is adjusting that to an average increase of just 0.5 per cent. ‘Locality’ bonuses are supplements to base government workers’ salaries based on where they live, accounting for differences in the cost of living in various parts of the country. The lowest amount, paid to employees in rural areas and smallish cities, is just over 15 per cent. The highest, in the San Francisco bay area, is more than 38 per cent.President Trump addressed why it is important to boost pay to our military members. ‘I strongly support our men and women in uniform, who are the greatest fighting force in the world and the guardians of American freedom,’ Trump wrote. ‘As our country continues to recover from serious economic conditions affecting the general welfare, we must work to rebuild our military’s readiness and capabilities.’ However, the union representing government workers is not happy. They claim that the current proposals to the retirement system would “result in a pay cut for federal workers.” The National Treasury Employees Union, which represents 150,000 federal employees, carped in a statement that Trump’s number for civilians is ‘too low especially in light of the fact that federal law calls for a 1.9 percent across-the-board raise and private sector wages are growing at an even faster rate.’
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Social Security Coordination: Which country will pay my old-age pension?
 
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European Commission, DG EMPL Year: 2011 Find out what happens to your healthcare, your pension and your unemployment rights when you move to another EU country. This video is part of the Social Security Coordination Campaign "Europe is your playground" and is available on their website http://ec.europa.eu/social-security-coordination.
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Building sustainable pension systems in Africa
 
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The second edition of the World Pension Summit-Africa Special brought together pension experts from across the globe to Abuja, Nigeria's federal capital territory to discuss the theme: Building Sustainable Pension Systems in Africa. CNBC Africa brings us this report.
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BREAKING: Obama and His Cushy Pension Just Got Horrific News
 
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SOURCE : https://goo.gl/zmxv5V BREAKING: Obama and His Cushy Pension Just Got Horrific News While Congress has had its share of difficulties in getting important legislation passed, it seems it is making progress in saving money. The Daily Caller reported that a Senate committee recently approved a bill that would reduce the salaries paid to former presidents two years after former President Barack Obama vetoed similar legislation. This bill would significantly decrease the amount of taxpayer dollars paid to former presidents, who already receive a sizable income from speaking engagements and other endeavors. The bill would update the Former President’s Act to reduce the amount of money former presidents receive in pensions from the federal government. It would also decrease the amount of money taxpayers contribute to providing other benefits for former presidents. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) is one of the sponsors of the legislation. She said, “Our national debt now exceeds $20 trillion; this bipartisan effort is another important step toward reining in Washington’s out-of-control spending.” She added, “It is ridiculous to continue asking taxpayers to help foot the bill for former presidents’ perks at a time when they already rake in millions of dollars from book deals, speaking engagements, and more.” The members of the committee unanimously approved the language of the bill and it is currently awaiting a vote by the Senate chamber. The House is expected to consider passing a companion bill. Currently, former presidents receive an annual salary of about $207,000. Taxpayers also pay for their security, staff, and other perks. The proposal would cap the salary at $200,000 per year and reduce many of the other services former presidents receive. According to a Congressional Research Service report, the five former presidents who are currently living cost taxpayers about $2.8 billion. One of the other provisions in the bill would slowly wean former presidents who earn income from other sources off of taxpayer support. Put simply, every dollar a former president earns above $400,000 from speaking engagements or other types of work, the annuity would decrease by $1.A similar bill was introduced in the House and Senate previously. It passed both chambers of Congress, but Obama vetoed it. The president’s reasoning is that reducing the amount of taxpayer dollars going to former presidents would leave “no time or mechanism for them to transition to another payroll.” That’s right — former presidents need the taxpayers to provide them with funding because it’s so difficult for them to find other ways to earn money.While the proposed bill would cut a lot of the funding former presidents receive, it will not apply to security detail — which makes sense. But it will remove a lot of the perks given to former heads of state.
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BREAKING: Obama and His Cushy Pension Just Got Horrific News
 
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SOURCE:https://goo.gl/DJjtXq BREAKING: Obama and His Cushy Pension Just Got Horrific News While Congress has had its share of difficulties in getting important legislation passed, it seems it is making progress in saving money. The Daily Caller reported that a Senate committee recently approved a bill that would reduce the salaries paid to former presidents two years after former President Barack Obama vetoed similar legislation. This bill would significantly decrease the amount of taxpayer dollars paid to former presidents, who already receive a sizable income from speaking engagements and other endeavors.The bill would update the Former President’s Act to reduce the amount of money former presidents receive in pensions from the federal government. It would also decrease the amount of money taxpayers contribute to providing other benefits for former presidents. Senator Joni Ernst is one of the sponsors of the legislation. She said, “Our national debt now exceeds 20 trillion dollarS; this bipartisan effort is another important step toward reining in Washington’s out-of-control spending.” She added, “It is ridiculous to continue asking taxpayers to help foot the bill for former presidents’ perks at a time when they already rake in millions of dollars from book deals, speaking engagements, and more.” The members of the committee unanimously approved the language of the bill and it is currently awaiting a vote by the Senate chamber. The House is expected to consider passing a companion bill. Currently, former presidents receive an annual salary of about $207,000. Taxpayers also pay for their security, staff, and other perks. The proposal would cap the salary at 200,000 dollarS per year and reduce many of the other services former presidents receive. According to a Congressional Research Service report, the five former presidents who are currently living cost taxpayers about $2.8 billion.One of the other provisions in the bill would slowly wean former presidents who earn income from other sources off of taxpayer support. Put simply, every dollar a former president earns above $400,000 from speaking engagements or other types of work, the annuity would decrease by $1.A similar bill was introduced in the House and Senate previously. It passed both chambers of Congress, but Obama vetoed it. The president’s reasoning is that reducing the amount of taxpayer dollars going to former presidents would leave “no time or mechanism for them to transition to another payroll.” That’s right — former presidents need the taxpayers to provide them with funding because it’s so difficult for them to find other ways to earn money.While the proposed bill would cut a lot of the funding former presidents receive, it will not apply to security detail — which makes sense. But it will remove a lot of the perks given to former heads of state.It is believed that if passed, this bill will save taxpayers millions of dollars. The impact on former presidents will be minimal given the fact that they rarely have issues finding other sources of income. Fortunately, if the bill becomes law, then Congress will have found a way to decrease the amount of money going towards unnecessary causes. Hopefully, our lawmakers will continue to find ways to reduce wasteful spending. THANKS FOR WATCHING MY CHANNEL LASTEST NEWS GLOBAL
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Disastrous Black Friday Sales For Retailers! Detroit Pensions At Risk!
 
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Detroit Bankruptcy Ruling By Judge Steven Rhodes Gives City Chapter 9 Protection http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/03/detroit-bankruptcy-decision-ruling-rhodes_n_4376775.html Cyber Monday sales surge to new record http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2013/12/03/cyber-monday-sales-record/3855391/ Slow start to holiday shopping means deeper discounts in December http://www.nbcnews.com/business/slow-start-holiday-shopping-means-deeper-discounts-december-2D11678837 Gloomy Numbers for Holiday Shopping's Big Weekend http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/02/business/economy/gloomy-numbers-for-holiday-shoppings-big-weekend.html?_r=0 And now it's global COOLING! Return of Arctic ice cap as it grows by 29% in a year http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2415191/And-global-COOLING-Return-Arctic-ice-cap-grows-29-year.html#ixzz2mN1zDFj9 Detroit ruling reveals pensions not protected in bankruptcy http://www.blacklistednews.com/Detroit_ruling_reveals_pensions_not_protected_in_bankruptcy/30849/0/0/0/Y/M.html $24.2M federal grant to hire 150 Detroit firefighters a 'godsend' http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20131129/METRO01/311290027#ixzz2m3vENfPY
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Seth Grossman for Governor ~ NJ Unfunded Pension Liabilities
 
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www.Grossman4NJ.com SETH GROSSMAN, 2013 NJ Republican Primary Gubernatorial Candidate, discusses the challenges facing the New Jersey Pension Funds and offers an objective look at possible solutions. Filmed on "The Richard Hoch Show" (WSNJ 1240 AM / QBC TV Channel 2). a.The state pension funds are now running like a Bernie Madoff and Charles Ponzi scam. There is not nearly enough money to pay government employees what they are promised. Young employees with low salaries are paying more money than ever for benefits they will never get, while many older workers are retiring at age 55 and making more money retired, that they made most years when they were working. b. Although the government employee unions blame Christie Whitman, the truth is that the unions supported both the Democrats and Republicans who created the mess. c. The first thing to do is to have an honest audit of the state pension funds. We can no longer assume the pension funds will earn 8.5% per year, when most private investors can't even get a one percent return on their money. If an honest audit confirms that there is not nearly enough money to pay every government or public school employee what he or she was promised, there are only four possible solutions: i. Do nothing. When the pension funds run dry, pay everyone pennies on the pension dollars they were promised. ii. Or force our kids and grandkids to pay all government and public school retirees in full by doubling or tripling all state and local taxes. iii. Start paying all pensions at 50 cent on the dollar now (or whatever maximum figure would make the pension funds solvent). This still be a windfall "insiders" like Richard Codey's brother who juiced up their pensions with super high-pay political jobs just before they retired. iv. Cap public pensions at $50,000 per year (or whatever maximum amount would make the pension funds solvent), with no pension credits for elected officials or part time political appointees, so that most rank-and-file employees are paid in full. d. Pension contracts, like all contracts, can be legally modified when required by the New Jersey State Constitution, and federal and state bankruptcy and insolvency laws. ENOUGH! On June 4th, vote SETH GROSSMAN for GOVERNOR in the Republican Primary Election. Paid for by Grossman for Governor Committee, 453 Shore Drive, Somers Point, NJ 08244
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Obama’s $400,000 Speech Could Prompt Congress To Go After His Pension
 
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Obama’s $400,000 Speech Could Prompt Congress To Go After His Pension Last year, then-president Barack Obama vetoed a bill that would have curbed the pensions of former presidents if they took outside income of $400,000 or more. So now that former president Barack Obama has decided to accept $400,000 for an upcoming Wall Street speech, the sponsors of that bill say they’ll reintroduce that bill in hopes that President Trump will sign it. “The Obama hypocrisy on this issue is revealing,” said Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and sponsor of the 2016 bill. “His veto was very self-serving.” Chaffetz and Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, the sponsor of the companion Senate bill, say they will re-introduce the Presidential Allowance Modernization Act this month. The bill would cap presidential pensions at $200,000, with another $200,000 for expenses. But those payments would be reduced dollar-for-dollar once their outside income exceeds $400,000. The issue isn’t a partisan one — or at least, it wasn’t last year. The bill passed both the House and Senate with no opposition, and no veto threat had come from the White House. So when Obama’s veto came one Friday night last July — on the last day for him to sign or veto the legislation — it took lawmakers by surprise. It was the 11th of Obama’s 12 vetoes. At the time, Obama argued that the bill would have “unintended consequences” and “impose onerous and unreasonable burdens” on former presidents by requiring them to immediately lay off staff and find new office space. Republican leaders did not call up the bill for a veto override, which would have required a two-thirds majority in both chambers. Democrats say they won’t necessarily oppose changes. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., the top Democrat on Chaffetz’s committee, was a co-sponsor of the original bill. “Cummings definitely supports the concept, and if we can work out the technical issues with the bill that arose late in the last Congress, we expect he would strongly support it again,” said spokeswoman Jennifer Hoffman Werner. Trump has not taken a position on the legislation. But during the campaign, he said he’d take a close look at pensions for elected officials — especially members of Congress. “The first thing I’m going to do is tell you that if I’m elected president, I’m accepting no salary, OK?” he said at a town hall in 2015. “They get benefits that nobody else can even think about, OK. And they don’t like to talk about it. But we’ll work on that.” Under the Former Presidents Act, the nation’s five living former presidents — Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama — get a pension equal to the salary of a current cabinet secretary: $207,800 in 2017. They also get $150,000 to pay staff, and “suitable office space, appropriately furnished and equipped.” In 2015, the entire benefit package ranged from $430,000 for Carter to $1.1 million for George W. Bush. With Obama joining the club as of Jan. 20, the 2017 spending bill approved by the House Wednesday contained nearly $3.9 million for all the former presidents through Sept. 30 — a $588,000 annual increase. Obama spokesman Kevin Lewis said the former president had no comment on the legislation. Obama has already shown he has considerable potential to raise money in his post-presidential career. He and his wife Michelle have signed a publishing deal for two separate books, which the Financial Times reported was worth at least $65 million. And the Wall Street speech — a health care conference planned by investment firm Cantor Fitzgerald in September — will reportedly net him another $400,000. “President Obama will deliver speeches from time to time,” said Eric Schultz, a former White House spokesman who continues to advise Obama. “Some of those speeches will be paid, some will be unpaid, and regardless of venue or sponsor, President Obama will be true to his values, his vision, and his record.” Obama has said he also plans to use his post-presidency to work on a range of issues through his presidential center in Chicago. On Wednesday, he unveiled the design of that center and said he would donate $2 million to a summer jobs program for Chicago youth. A spokesman for President George H.W. Bush said he does not oppose changes to the law, and expects that Congress will likely take some action. “At age 93, he recognizes that any change to the act would have a greater impact on the other former presidents,” said spokesman Jim McGrath. “For the sake of future occupants of the office, he does think some consideration should be given to the public role former presidents play — and we are told that very positive conversations addressing that and other matters have taken place.”
Chi Ching Ching - Rope ft. Hanging, Dutty Rock Productions
 
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Directed by: Damaniac Visualz. "Rope" The new single from from the album Turning Tables coming September 21st on Dutty Rock Productions. Get the single NOW: http://smarturl.it/rope Follow Chi Ching Ching on social media: www.facebook.com/chichingchingmusic https://instagram.com/chichingchingja https://twitter.com/chichingchingja https://soundcloud.com/chichingchingja https://www.youtube.com/chichingchingja http://vevo.ly/Vh29Sl
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Hoyer: With Sequester Looming, Republicans Instead Target Federal Employees
 
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"Mr. Speaker, there is not time to debate in the time I have available how we determine federal pay. I was a sponsor of the Federal Employee Pay Comparability Act, which [President] George Bush signed back in 1990. I know a little bit about this. But America is confronting a sequestration that will have devastating impact on our economy, on every individual in America and on international confidence in America's ability to manage itself. And what have we spent two days on? A quarter percent cap on cost-of-living adjustment for federal employees. A quarter of a percent. "Some of us in this body earn that in about 10 minutes. Not all of us, but some of us. Yet, we fiddle while America faces a sequester burn. And sequester is Republican policy. July 19, 2011, 'Cut, Cap and Balance' was brought to this Floor. 98% of Republicans - 229 - voted for it. What was the fallback position? Sequester -- an irrational policy that cuts across the board, irrespective of priority. And so what does the Majority in this Congress do? It has now wasted two weeks on debate of nickel-diming the people we rely on to protect our domestic safety, our international security, our food and drugs, our health care, our borders. "I join in the remarks of my good friend, Frank Wolf. He and I have been here 32 years. We have some understanding of what is proper and not proper in terms of managing the government. Now, the sponsor of this legislation has been here approximately 45 days. Forty five days and he introduces a bill to cap by a quarter of a percent federal employees. "The animosity directed at our federal employees is so great that we have now taken two weeks to try to diminish their pay and benefits. How sad. While the sequester looms 14 days from today, putting at risk , as I said, America's economy, the creation of American jobs, the sense of confidence in our country and the perception around the world that America is a serious country. How sad. How shameful. I yield back."
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Obama Puts A Cap On Executive Pay at $500K
 
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Emergency Medical Care
 
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This video describes when a Veteran should seek emergency care and provides general information about when and how VA can pay for a Veteran's service-connected and non-service connected emergency care.
Pension Fund Spread Betting For False Flags
 
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#1592: Marine Links Clinton-Gore Carbon Caps, CAI Spot-Fixed Pensions to FDNY Body Count 343 http://www.abeldanger.net/2013/06/1591-marine-links-clinton-gore-carbon.html Plum City -- (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedHillary Clinton and Al Gore's apparent use of the CAI Private Equity Group as pension-fund bookie for spot-fixed betting on carbon-capped mass-casualty exercises, to the murders of 343 FDNY firefighters on 9/11. McConnell claims former Junior Senator from New York, Hillary Clinton, conspired with the CAI carbon-cap bookie to position certain New York State/City pension funds to share in a $430 million payout -- being $10 million for each of the 43 firefighters who died in excess of the 300 spot -- after Twin Towers' ambushes were allegedly set on 9/11 by FDNY officer-members of the NYC Variable Supplements Fund. McConnell points out that Clinton and Gore could have positioned CAI spot-fixed pension-fund bettors in the Carbon Disclosure Project so that funds shared in payouts according to the number of survivors below the spot e.g. CAI could have then distributed $430 million (= 43 x $10 million) to the New York City Fire Department Pension Fund if FDPF members had kept the 9/11 casualties at 257 (= 300 - 43). The FDPF's principal problem on 9/11 was that it was not a signatory investor in CAI's Carbon Disclosure Project and so its members were apparently targeted with Clinton-Alinsky Rule #5 in Rules for Radicals -- "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon" where climbing into Senator Clinton's Twin Towers' ambush with a MitM attack on the FDNY radio system was really ridiculous.
Views: 305 Abel Danger
SMSF: Transition to Retirement Pension
 
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Watch Olivia Long, CEO of SuperGuardian discuss
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Fed’s Beige Book: Economy grew at modest to moderate pace
 
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According to the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book, President Trump’s tariffs are hurting businesses, but not the U.S. economy overall, FBN’s Jennifer Schoenberger reports.
Views: 589 Fox Business
Retirement Benefits Facing Extinction in 2015?
 
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The retirement road has been rocky in recent years, at best. Beyond problems for retirees from corporations, the overwhelming majority of state and municipal pension plans in the U.S. are underfunded, and lack sufficient funding for retirees earned health benefits. Corporations seeking to reduce expenses have been quick to cut the cord with retirees by eliminating and scaling down health benefits and de-risking—or selling off remaining pensions. What or who is next? Effective January 1, 2015, thousands more retirees became victims. Don’t be the next victim of these unjust cuts or cancellations! American companies recently making such changes that harm their retirees include: General Electric, General Motors, AT&T, Verizon, Time Warner Cable, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Macy’s, Kodak, Allstate and more. Make the move today: become an active member of ProtectSeniors.Org and join us and thousands of American retirees in battling to protect earned retirement benefits. Visit www.ProtectSeniors.Org to join, call toll free 1-800-398-3044 or email us at info@ProtectSeniors.Org to protect your earned pension and healthcare benefits from being stolen away.
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How Much Does The Secret Service Make A Year?
 
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David Coleman MP asks Minister Andrews to confirm pension increases during Question Time
 
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David Coleman MP, the Federal Member for Banks, asked the Minister for Social Services, Kevin Andrews MP, to confirm that pensions will increase under the recently announced Federal Budget.
Carlinhos Brown - O Que Seria (Lyric Video)
 
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Campus - Partial Commutation to comply with transfer balance cap
 
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In this video, Aaron Dunn explains the ordering process for a member to request for a partial commutation of an account based pension to comply with the introduction of the transfer balance cap from 1 July 2017.
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Part 1 - Governor Christie: Cap 2.5 Newark
 
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Governor Chris Christie joined by Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and Newark Mayor Cory Booker make an announcement regarding the proposal to cap property tax increases to no more than 2.5 percent. (Transcript Below) (Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno's Remarks) Governor Christie: "Hey everybody, good morning. Thank you for being here. Miss Eva, thank you so much for letting us come and invade your space this morning, and I'm happy to be here to talk about Cap 2.5 this morning. It doesn't matter where you live in New Jersey, whether you live in one of our cities like here in Newark or in Paterson or Passaic or Atlantic City or Camden or Trenton, or whether you live in one of our suburbs like Mendham, where I come from, or Monmouth Beach where Kim is from, all across the state people understood that property taxes have been completely out of control and we need to rein in local government and rein in the property taxes on a permanent basis. We have seen Republicans and Democrats both come up with quick fixes for the property tax problem, one rebate program after another, Senior Freeze, property tax rebates especially for seniors, for the disabled, for regular folks. and what happens is Trenton pays those rebates for a while and then when budget times get tough they can't pay them, and property taxes continue to go up, 70% in the last ten years in New Jersey, and that's the tax that you have to pay regardless of how much money you have in the bank, regardless of whether you're working or not working, because if you don't pay it you lose your home, and it is a tax that's driving people from the state of New Jersey and we have to stop it, and we have to stop it permanently and we can no longer count on the politicians to fix the problem because both parties have failed us in that regard, so this is not a partisan issue, and I think this morning is another indication that this is not a partisan issue. Mayor Booker and I have worked together for a long time. We worked together when I was US Attorney and he ran for mayor the first time in 2002, and we worked at the US Attorney's Office to ensure that that was a fair election where everybody got to vote without threat of violence or coercion or any cheating, and his campaign worked with us as did Mayor James's campaign to try to ensure that would happen, and then in 2006 when he was elected mayor he came to see me right after his election and said that he needed help on the crime issue. He needed federal help right away, and we stood up and we partnered together, and I think you've seen some of the results of the small amount of effort that we helped to start on the federal level, but of the extraordinary effort that Mayor Booker has put in to try to make Newark a safer place again. And now we stand together on the issue of property taxes and we do because we both know that government needs to be put under control and that the people should decide about their property taxes, no longer the politicians. And that's why I want a constitutional amendment to cap property taxes at 2.5%, and that the only exceptions will be for the city to pay their debt service and for you all, if you want, to vote for higher property taxes, because you're the only ones who will be able to raise your property taxes any longer. No mayor, no council will be able to raise your property taxes above 2.5%. Only you'd be able to do it. Now I know that there are professional politicians in Trenton who don't like the idea of giving up that power. They want to have the power to raise your property taxes. They want to have the power to decide how your money is spent, and they've been a miserable failure for thirty years, and that's why we sit in the position we sit today, the highest property taxes in America. And so I am really gratified that Mayor Booker would reach across party lines with me to do this together, because this isn't about Republican or Democrat or independent. It's not about what city you live in, what section of the state. It is about making our state an economic engine again. It's about being fair to the people of every age, senior citizens who have raised their families in a home and want to stay there, young couples who want to buy their first home but can't because of the property taxes, and middle class folks who have lost their jobs or had their hours cut back, who want to stay in those homes until economic times get better. That's what it's all about. So it's not about any particular class, any particular party, or any particular region of the state. It's for everyone in New Jersey and that's why I'm so gratified that Mayor Booker is here today to support our plan. We intend to work with him not only on this but on a variety of other issues that are going to continue the recovery of Newark and make it the place that it was when I lived here, from the time I was born until I was five years old, and I'm going to continue to work with Mayor Booker..."
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Senate Committee Passes Bill to Reduce Presidential Pension – The Political Insider
 
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Senate Committee Passes Bill to Reduce Presidential Pension – The Political Insider The Presidency has proven to be a lucrative job – but only after one leaves the White House. While Hillary Clinton famously – and inaccurately – described her and Bill as being “dead broke” upon leaving the White House, their financial situation quickly turned around. Up until Hillary’s 2016 presidential campaign, the couple had raked in a whopping $153 million in speaking fees. That’s not chump change. Heck, it’s not even middle-class change. That’s some elite coinage right there. George Bush chose not to monetize the presidency, but Barack Obama is already off to a good start with a $65 million book deal, and $1.2 million in Wall Street speeches lined up to the end of the year. It’s amusing, because in 2010 Obama said to Wall Street “I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money,” and I imagine anything close to $70 million is way past whatever figure he had in mind as being “enough money And despite that, taxpayers are still on the hook to pay the pensions of these former presidents. These pensions are no insignificant cost, as they come with a price tag of a hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. And that’s in addition to all the security costs, of course. That figure certainly isn’t much when compared to the whole federal budget, but it makes no sense to pay for the pension of someone who is earning tens of millions of dollars. According to Conservative Tribune, however, that all may change. A new bill in the Senate could end the presidential pension for those who see high earnings after leaving the White House. The bill was introduced by Iowa Republican senator Joni Ernst, and it caps pensions at $200,000, with adjustments made every year for cost of living changes. But biggest of all, the bill could have the effect of reducing that pension to zero, provided the former President earns enough on their own. For every dollar of earned income above $400,000, the pension will be reduced at a dollar-for-dollar basis. While such a policy would be a tragedy for a former President stuck earning $400,000 a year, that appears to be the going rate for a single Wall Street speech nowadays. The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs approved the bill on Wednesday. Let’s hope it moves to a full vote in the Senate soon, and eventually gets to President Trump’s desk. If the bill becomes law, it will save taxpayers a ton of money each year.
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Obama's $400,000 speech could prompt Congress to go after his pension | EZ Learning
 
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Please watch: "اس لڑکی کا گانا نواز شریف کی نااہلی سے پہلے پوری دنیا میں پہنچ گیا۔" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQn4J4lodDQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Obama's $400,000 speech could prompt Congress to go after his pension "The Obama hypocrisy on this issue is revealing," said Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and sponsor of the 2016 bill. "His veto was very self-serving." Chaffetz and Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, the sponsor of the companion Senate bill, say they will re-introduce the Presidential Allowance Modernization Act this month. The bill would cap presidential pensions at $200,000, with another $200,000 for expenses. But those payments would be reduced dollar-for-dollar once their outside income exceeds $400,000. Arabic: خطاب أوباما 400،000 $ يمكن أن يدفع الكونغرس للذهاب بعد معاشه Czech: Obamaova řeč 400 000 dolarů by mohla přimět Kongres, aby šel po svém důchodu Danish: Obamas $ 400.000 tale kunne få Kongressen til at gå efter hans pension German: Obamas $ 400.000 Rede könnte den Kongress veranlassen, nach seiner Pension zu gehen Greek: Η ομιλία του Ομπάμα ύψους 400.000 δολαρίων θα μπορούσε να ωθήσει το Κογκρέσο να συνεχίσει τη σύνταξή του English: Obama's $400,000 speech could prompt Congress to go after his pension Spanish: El discurso de Obama de $ 400,000 podría impulsar al Congreso a ir tras su pensión Persian: سخنرانی اوباما 400،000 $ می تواند کنگره را بی درنگ پس از بازنشستگی خود را برای رفتن French: Le discours de 400 000 $ d'Obama pourrait inciter le Congrès à aller après sa pension Irish: D'fhéadfadh Obama $ 400,000 óráid pras Comhdháil le dul i ndiaidh a phinsean Italian: Il discorso di 400.000 dollari di Obama potrebbe indurre il Congresso a recarsi dopo la sua pensione Korean: 오바마 대통령의 40 만 달러 연설은 의회가 그의 연금을 따르도록 촉구 할 수있다. Dutch: Obama's $ 400.000 toespraak zou het Congres kunnen vragen om na zijn pensioen te gaan Russian: Выступление Обамы за 400 000 долларов может заставить Конгресс пойти после его пенсии Swedish: Obamas $ 400 000 tal kan leda kongressen att gå efter sin pension Urdu: اوباما کی $ 400،000 تقریر ان کی پنشن کے بعد جانے کے لئے کانگریس لقمہ سکا Chinese: 奥巴马40万美元的演讲可能会促使国会退休 Chinese (Simplified): 奥巴马40万美元的演讲可能会促使国会退休 Chinese (Traditional): 奧巴馬40萬美元的演講可能會促使國會退休 Please watch: "Moral Life Lesson | Sometimes, life teaches you lessons that no book can." https://www..com/watch?v=m5hZmu2kMM0 Please watch: "Man Who Killed 20 Persons in One Night | A True Story" https://www..com/watch?v=ShAubuX6Ffs Please watch: "Mall Mehnga Hay Jaan Sasti Hay مال مہنگا ہے ، جان سستی ہے | Real Story" https://www..com/watch?v=bTZZ8UnJOiw Please watch: "True Story of a Pakistani Living in Saudi Arabia | True Story |سعودیہ میں مقیم پاکستانی کاسچا واقعہ " https://www..com/watch?v=fvzTHGZdJfo Please watch: "Moses Islamic Story | A True Islamic Story | Sacha Islami Waqia |سچا واقعہ " https://www..com/watch?v=GOTaptT6jyc https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeYYASbxIwaUcJsmgN3Jk3w?sub_confirmation=1 #EZLEARNING17 #LIKES
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City Employees Post-Retirement Benefits
 
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Sarnia staff have recommended a cap on healthcare spending for municipal workers taking early retirement. Input from city employees will be included at the December 7th Sarnia City Council meeting.
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Housing affordability: Voluntary salary sacrifice into superannuation capped at $30k
 
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10/05/2017 Scott Morrison's plan is to allow people to put money into superannuation and withdraw for a home purchase but only up to $15k per year and capped at $30k.
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News Update:BP Sued By Employees Over Losses In Pension Plan Due To Spill In Gulf of Mexico (BP)
 
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6/29/2010- BP (NYSE:BP) was sued by members of its employee savings plan over losses related to the company's plunging stock price in the wake of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a Bloomberg report. The company has lost more than half of its market value since the April 20 explosion that caused the largest oil spill in the history of the U.S. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Chicago. Full-time, part-time, occasional and temporary employees are eligible to invest in the employee savings plan, according to the lawsuit. The complaint states that regulatory filings show the plan held about $2.45 billion worth of BP American depository shares at the end of 2009. "Defendants knew or should have known that investment in BP Plc equity was -- and continues to be -- an imprudent investment of the ESP's assets due to serious mismanagement and improper business practices that resulted in catastrophic incidents of international significance, including, among others, the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico," the plaintiffs said yesterday in the lawsuit.
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My Prayer Binder: Flip Through and Thoughts
 
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Assemblyman Mike Gatto Video: Preventing Pension Abuse video
 
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(Sacramento) -- Legislation authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles) to prevent runaway pension abuse is making its way through the state legislature. Assembly Bill 1184 requires two significant pension reforms: (1) It protects the taxpayers in well-run cities from having to pay the pension costs resulting from exorbitant salaries offered by other cities; (2) It limits the state from administering pension benefits above the current federal cap. Assemblyman Gatto recently briefed the Assembly Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security about the type of abuse AB 1184 is designed to stop. Learn more in this Assembly Access Video and visit http://asm.ca.gov/gatto for more information.
Views: 135 AssemblyAccess
Governor-Elect Phil Murphy and Steve Adubato: Public Pension Crisis
 
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Steve Adubato talks with Governor-Elect Phil Murphy (taped when he was the Gubernatorial Democratic Candidate) about whether or not the state needs to pay to fill the gap in the Public Employee Pension Fund. Taped 9/19/17
Views: 153 Steve Adubato
Miniatur Wunderland *** official video *** largest model railway / railroad of the world
 
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The official video about Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg, the largest model railway in the world, and one of the most successful tourist attractions in Germany. On the 1.300 m² large layout, far more than a thousand trains, aircrafts, cars and ships move about. A wonder of the world in miniature. For more videos from Miniature Wunderland, hit the subscribe button and leave a like if you want. Please, find more information on http://www.miniatur-wunderland.com
Views: 25286078 Miniatur Wunderland
OBSESSED!: Stephanie J. Block Gives a Little "Drood" to Seth
 
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http://video.playbill.com Stephanie J. Block, who recently starred as Reno Sweeney in "Anything Goes" on Broadway, joins Seth in studio for a chat. Their discussion about her "pretentious" middle initial segues into her latest Broadway endeavor playing the title role in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." Then the sparks fly! New to the "Drood" score, Block insists that her high belt note in "The Writing on the Wall" is a G, while know-it-all Rudetsky insists it's an E. The heated battle results in Seth literally hitting the floor and Block tapping out a medley of her "Pirate Queen," "Anything Goes" and "Wicked" hits.
Views: 148160 Playbill Video
How state budgets are breaking US schools | Bill Gates
 
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http://www.ted.com America's school systems are funded by the 50 states. In this fiery talk, Bill Gates says that state budgets are riddled with accounting tricks that disguise the true cost of health care and pensions and weighted with worsening deficits -- with the financing of education at the losing end. Follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/tednews  Checkout our Facebook page for TED exclusives at https://www.facebook.com/TED
Views: 148385 TED
How wise is it for LIC to buy majority stake in IDBI bank?
 
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South Korea has just capped the maximum working hours in a week to 40, plus 12 hours of overtime, making it 52; India's telecom department has decided that Andaman & Nicobar islands will only have 2G services; the nation's largest life insurer, LIC, has decided to acquire a majority stake in the hugely loss-making IDBI Bank. BusinessToday.In Editor Rajeev Dubey explains this and more on The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. ---------------------- About the Channel: Watch Business Today videos to get the latest news on Business, stock market, sensex - BSE India, NSE India, personal finance, gold prices, petrol prices and more. Also, get an insight into the dealings of the top companies in India from Business Today's award-winning journalists. Get up to date with all investment options (Mutual Funds, SIPs, Debt, Equity, Insurance, Home Loans, Pension Schemes, Retirement Plans) from our Money Today team. Also, watch interviews of top CEOs. Regular shows to watch out: The Good The Bad and The Ugly with BusinessToday.in Editor Rajeev Dubey to know the top stories of the day specially curated from the world of business and economy. Watch Inside India's Factories to find out how different products get manufactured and processed for final consumption. You can follow us at: Website: https://www.businesstoday.in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessToday Twitter: https://twitter.com/BT_India Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+businesstoday
Views: 398 Business Today
Stock market continues it's win streak.
 
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The markets enjoyed another soliday day today as tech supported the major indices as well as positive inflation data. Before the open the labor department reported softer price data than expected which hinted to investors that the Federal Reserve may not need to raise rates at such an aggressive pace. Every analyst and trader still expects a rate hike at the June meeting. The Dow 30 was higher by 196, the S&P 500 gained 25, and the Nasdaq 100 was higher by 65 on the day. The consumer price index results caused the 10 year note to fall back to the 2.96% level after breaking above 3% yesterday. The labor department also announced that weekly jobless claims came in a 211,000 which remains near record lows. Limited Brands (NYSE: LB) shares hit new lows today, losing 7.14% in the process as the parent company of Victoria Secret warned Wall Street that first quarter profits may come in lower than expected. Shares are now lower by almost 45% on the year, and the company is due to report earnings on May 23rd. Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares made headlines today as another crash is under investigation in Florida that killed two teens. The crash investigation is said not to include a focus on the autopilot, rather the lithium-ion battery that exploded into flames after the crash. Investors did not seem too concerned as share prices were only modestly lower on the day. Lastly, Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) is once again at the front of the headlines and not for good reason. The company has admitted to keeping fee rebates that should have been passed on to a Tennessee public pension fund while acting as its trustee. The pension fund says since 2010, Wells Fargo has improperly retained $47K belonging to the fund. Wells Fargo does not deny the claims but blames it on “system error.”
Webinar: Canada Pension Plan Enhancement
 
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This webinar answers questions about the Canada Pension Plan enhancement and you, including why the CPP is being enhanced, how it will affect your paycheque and your retirement income, and what you need to do at tax time.