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Retirees: 9 Easy Ways To Cut Spending
If you are searching for reliable retirement income you might find yourself in a tough situation these days.  Bank CD’s pay close to nothing.  Bonds are expensive and aren’t paying very much interest either.  What’s an investor to do?
Use Mutual Funds To Create Retirement Income
Becoming Financially Independent: Creating Extra Cash Flow
Avoid Paralysis When It Comes To Investing
Stay Calm And Carry On: Why It’s Nearly Impossible For Ebola To Spread In The US
The First Dive Into The New Medical Open Payments System
What To Be Wary Of In The Government’s New Site Detailing Industry Money To Doctors
Top 20 Vehicles For Getting Tickets
Home Prices Up At Slowest Pace Since 2012
Retirees: “Let The Force Be With You” (and Your Grandchildren)
Retiring Couples’ Dilemma: The $100,000 Age Difference
Paying For College: What Every Parent (And Grandparent) Needs To Know About UTMA Accounts
Becoming Financially Independent: Habits To Make You A Millionaire
Retirement Plan Advisers Set To Flee Pimco After Gross Exit
A New Website Totally Focused On Ebola
Why Budgeting Is Hard For Young 20-Somethings
5 Inventions That Made Average Folks Millionaires
5 Ways To Save On Closing Costs
Retirement Worries And Concerns Are A Privilege
The Smart Way To Make An Offer On A Home
Phony Online Payday Loans Can Grab Your Cash
Quick Tips: 3 Valid Reasons To Expense Your Pet
Integrating IRAs into Estate Plans
Don’t Let These 7 Myths Stop You From Retiring Early
Life Insurance Lingo: 8 Terms Everyone Should Know
Talk Therapy – Not Medication – Best For Social Anxiety Disorder, Large Study Finds
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The first thing that comes to mind when people hear the phrase "passive investing" is probably real estate. Yet anyone who has ever owned a rental home or apartment knows there's no such thing. You have to collect rent, repair the property, pay taxes and so on. It's work.
5 Steps To Powerful Passive Investing
German sportswear maker Adidas, facing investor discontent after a series of profit warnings, plans to return as much as 1.5 billion euros ($1.9 billion) to shareholders over the next three years. The shareholder return program would be financed mainly from the group’s free cash flow, with buybacks to start in the current quarter and be […]
Adidas Seeks To Placate Investors With Share Buyback
Decorated Cop Allegedly Breaks Into Woman’s Home, Says ‘Sometimes I’m A Bad Guy’ And Beats Her
Japan Stunned After $617 Billion ‘Fat Finger’ Trading Error — Biggest Ever — Slams Stocks
Equity Futures Fail To Surge Despite Ongoing Bad News Onslaught
What Happened In Yesterday’s “Crazy” And Biggest Ever “Window-Dressing” Reverse Repo?
Why Is China Hoarding Gold? Alan Greenspan Explains
Does Surging Demand For Gold & Silver Coins Signal A Bottom?
More Lies: Watchdog Finds Government ‘Greatly Exaggerated’ Success In Funding Small Businesses Last Year
Caught On Tape: HFT Algo Manipulating GOOGL 1000 Times Per Second
Investors Are Too Comfortable In The Fed’s Win-Win Conditions For Taking Risk
Russia Could Ditch Dollar In 2 To 3 Years
Singapore Global Gold Hub Cometh – Launches Kilo Bar Contract And Gold ATMs
Firechat Was Sparking Interest In India, Even Before It Became A Mainstay Of The Hong Kong Protests
Alcohol, Sex, Chocolate Or The Internet: What Indians Would Rather Have
Stock Futures Begin Fourth Quarter Flat, Data Awaited
Commerzbank To Cut 60-70 Fixed Income, Currency Jobs
Lackluster Factory Data Hits World Stocks, Dollar Strong
JPMorgan To Face U.S. Class Action In $10 Billion MBS Case
If Analysts Don’t Ask Questions, Expect Stock Declines
U.S. Orders Airlines To Replace Cockpit Displays On 1,300 Boeing Airplanes
Mercer Cuts Ratings On Pimco Funds, More Outflows Could Follow
Microsoft Names Next Operating System ‘Windows 10′
BNY Mellon To Shut Derivatives Sales, Trading Business
6 Things Investors Need To Know About October
Jackpot: Stocks That Hit 40% Gains In Q3
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<p>Senate Democrats have found a new front in the perpetual war against the 2nd Amendment: Kroger grocery stores. A trio of Senate Democrats has co-authored a letter to Kroger’s CEO, […]</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://personalliberty.com/senate-democrats-target-kroger-latest-gun-free-campaign/">Senate Democrats target Kroger in latest gun-free campaign</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://personalliberty.com">Personal Liberty</a>.</p>
Senate Democrats Target Kroger In Latest Gun-free Campaign
President Obama blamed intelligence community failures for his foreign policy ineptitude. But a new report out from the GAI reveals another explanation for why the president doesn’t seem to know what’s going on: He has attended less than half of his daily intelligence briefings since taking office.
This Explains A Lot: Obama Has Attended Less Than Half Of Daily Intelligence Briefings
Lawmaker Urges DOJ To Examine Oklahoma Beheading As Terror Case
Obama Prepares Lavish Feast For Indian PM – Who Is In The Middle Of A Religious Fast
Los Angeles: Residents Can’t Waste Water, But The Government Can
ADP Private Payrolls Rise Modestly To 4-Year Average
Germany Throws Up Over Draghi Plan To Buy Greek Junk
Europe On Triple-Dip Alert After German Manufacturing Posts First Contraction In 15 Months
The “Sexy” Facts About Debt Markets
Is The U.S. Secretly Egging On Hong Kong Protesters?
These U.S. Warships Are Attacking Syrian Militants From Afar
If Something Rattles This Ponzi Scheme, Life In America Will Change Overnight
Summing Up The ‘Recovery’ In 1 Simple Chart
Beijing Just Sent A Chilling Message To Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution
5 Weeks And No Coherence
Obamacare Subsidy Rodeo Begins Again
The Scoop On The Ebola Patient In Dallas
Dogs Don’t Like Leashes: Some South Carolina Pols Don’t Like Nikki Haley’s Reforms (like Accountibility To Voters)
The Democrats Hope You Are An Idiot
Asian Factories Slow In September, Push Inflation Ever Lower
China September Factory Activity Steadies But Economic Outlook Still Weak
Argentina Defies U.S. Court Order By Depositing Debt Payment
Yellen And The Fed’s TMI Problem
FCC Eliminates NFL Blackout Rules
Connecticut Governor’s Sandy Hook Panel Recommends New Restrictions On Homeschooling
Groups Call On Obama To Undo His Administration’s Damage To Freedom Of Information Laws
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