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Co-eds Guide to the Financial Galaxy

Financial world overwhelming you? Read this article and drop the stress.

7 Tips For Better Life Insurance

Life insurance is the much needed protection for oneself and family for the unpredictable future.

Financial Planning and The Importance of Managing Your Money

Buying a particular investment product could possibly help you to pay off your mortgage faster, but on the other hand it might cause a delay for your retirement.

Smart Financial Solutions from Noble Loans

Supporting your higher education needs too is necessary in order to face competition and secure a plum job. This is possible only when you obtain a suitable loan from one of the reputed institutes as per the exact requirements you have got.

Gold And Silver – The End Is Near; Just Not In...

Whatever expectation[s] you may have, expect the unexpected and unlike what you may expect. So far, that has been playing out quite nicely, and one of our expectations is that it will continue to unfold in the same manner, and to the ongoing surprise of most.

Another Dismal Jobs Report

Part-time employment rose. It did so at the expense of high pay/good benefit full-time jobs.

Scandal Hits Cyprus

The hunt's on. In recent weeks, at least three people tried fleeing with more than 200,000 euros in cash on their person. They were caught. Funds were confiscated.

High Noon in Cyprus

What is ahead bodes ill for Cypriots. Predatory bankers assure it. So do Eurocrats. Corrupt politicians go along. Financial tyranny is policy.

How Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance

Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance is filled with colorful characters and history. Double Entry takes us from the ancient origins of accounting in Mesopotamia to the frontiers of modern finance.

Austerity American Style

Prioritizing peace over war, using US resources responsibly, enacting sustainable economic growth legislation, re-industrializing America, and job creation would do so in perpetuity.

Talk of Raising Taxes on Millionaires as Fiscal Cliff Looms

Millionaires money is safe for now as talk of raising taxes for them has led to no actual legislation. With the fiscal cliff lurking in the shadows of the new year, cuts to social programs becomes imminent. However cuts to defense spending have received little support.

Free Trade, Trojan Horse Stole America

When I joined the Liberty Lobby and Spotlight Newspaper in early 1980s, the major issues were confronting Zionism and Stopping NAFTAFA (the North American Free Trade and Finance agreements—note how the “finance” part is conveniently left off in most media cases).

Monetary Revolution and Alternative Money

When libertarian and investment guru Harry Browne wrote, HOW I FOUND FREEDOM IN AN UNFREE WORLD, the prospects for a global monetary dictatorship was an imminent nightmare.

Military Families Expect To Reduce Spending For The Long Haul, First...

A recent survey of more than 800 military families making at least $50,000 a year reveals that 63 percent of respondents plan to curtail household spending for a year or more.

Times Reporter Hypes Story Line “Big Criminal Mobster Sweep,” Soft pedals...

Philadelphia, Pa January 2011......New York City April Fools Day arrives very early in January. NYT top national headlines "In Big Mob Sweep, Gambino Leaders Are Indicted."

Commonsense Money

Since 1913, debt has been the only way that we in the U.S. have known to create money. Choking on debt yet short on money, Americans are reeling from too much monetary theory and too little commonsense

Leo Hindery, Jr: Treasury Secretary Geithner’s Good-News Spinning Is Out of...

Mr. Geithner's rhetorical deceptions mask the ineffectiveness of the only two potentially meaningful job-creation initiatives -- aid to the states and the bailout of Detroit -- that he and Summers largely put together, while letting him ignore the several initiatives, including trade reform, which could actually create, relatively quickly, millions of jobs.