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Chances are that organizing your finances probably doesn’t rank at the top of your list of awesome ways to spend an afternoon. But successfully getting your money in order has as much to do with who you are as what you’re trying to do.
4 Ways To Reorganize Your Finances — By Personality Type
<p>No one should be surprised that corporations are taking advantage of provisions in the U.S. tax code that allow them to keep more of their money by moving their operations offshore, as Burger King Worldwide announced it was planning to do when it acquired Tim Hortons. The Founding Fathers recognized something today’s government elites do not, that there is a limit to the onerous level of taxation that can be born.</p>
<p>In his opinion in the landmark <em>McCulloch v. Maryland</em> Supreme Court case that granted Congress “implied powers,” turned the “necessary and proper” clause on its ear and began neutering State sovereignty on behalf of the banksters, Chief Justice John Marshall recognized the destructive nature of taxation.</p>
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Taxes And Their Power To Destroy
5 Top Credit Cards With Benefits
This Is What $1,000 Of Monthly Retirement Income Really Looks Like
Dream-Gig Gatekeepers: Do You Know How To Work With A Recruiter?
WHO Worker Ebola Infections Mount: Sierra Leone Lab Shut, Senegal Doctor Flown To Hamburg
Burger King And The Whopper About Taxes
Retirees And 401(k)s: Big Money, Big Decisions
The 10 Best Money Tips For College Freshmen
Smart Passive Income: 10 Top Tips From Expert Pat Flynn
How Would You Like To Buy A Home On A Shopping Website?
Turns Out, The Way Americans Measure Healthy Weight Is Totally Wrong
20 Essential Life Lessons For Happiness And Success
Loving And Hating Obamacare With One Muddled Mind
Making Ryan’s Tax Plan Smarter
Learn Math Or Get Left Behind
Estate Planning: A Ranking Of Good Assets And Bad Assets
The Myth Of Real Estate Stigma
Paperwork May Delay Tax Returns For Patients Covered Under Obamacare
In California, Some Efforts To Toughen Oversight Of Assisted Living Falter
Can Your Financial Advisers, Attorneys, Accountants And Brokers Work Together To Build You A Unified Retirement Income Plan?
6 Common Mistakes Even Investing Pros Make
6 Steps To Bucketing Your Retirement (Slideshow)
Can A Life Insurance Policy Increase Your Financial Aid?
5 Donor Advised Fund Giving Tactics
What Is A Traditional IRA?
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You may be familiar with the story of how the U.S. government confiscated gold bullion and then made owning it illegal back in 1933. But would the US government really turn to a 1933-style grab again?
What The Next Gold Confiscation Will Look Like
Bitcoin is catching on at U.S. online merchants, including and Expedia, as customers use a digital currency that just a few years ago was virtually unknown but is now showing some staying power.
Bitcoin Shows Staying Power As Online Merchants Chase Digital Sparkle
You Are The ‘Russian Hacker’
No Easy Exit From The Euro
Economics Isn’t Science Or Literature
GDP ‘Good News’ Sparks Bond Buying & Stock Selling, Treasury Curve Crumbles Further
The Nail In The Petrodollar Coffin: Gazprom Begins Accepting Payment For Oil In Ruble, Yuan
“Valuation Is The Market’s Biggest Headwind”
5 Banks Hit By Hackers; Russians Suspected
Will Fresh Economic Data Back Bullish Thesis?
Companies Are Cutting Chief Operating Officers
Alibaba’s Latest Prospectus Carries The Starkest Message Yet For Investors—it’s Not About Your Needs
Jobless Claims Fall For Second Consecutive Week
JPMorgan Confirms It Is Investigating Possible Cyber Attack
Dollar General Says Committed To Family Dollar Deal
U.S. Futures Fall As Ukraine Fears Return To Forefront
FBI, Secret Service Investigate Reports Of Cyber Attacks On U.S. Banks
Bruised Euro Holds Ground Ahead Of Inflation Test
Judge Rejects Apple Bid For Injunction Against Samsung
Microsoft CEO Nadella To Visit China Amid Antitrust Probe
Tyson Wins U.S. Justice Dept Antitrust Nod For Hillshire Deal
Mega-IPO To Rekindle The ‘Bromance’ Behind Alibaba’s Rise
Analysts Turn Mega-Bullish On 13 Stocks
The Greatest Depression? German Yields Now Negative Through 2017
More Bad News Out Of Europe Coupled With Hopes For More QE Push Stocks, Bonds Higher
Currency Wars: Russia Not Declaring All Gold Reserves To IMF?
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After the Great Recession, which cost millions of Americans their jobs, the U.S. labor market has begun to heal. So far this year the United States has added an average of nearly 230,000 jobs per month. In the 10 years through 2022, the BLS estimates that total employment will grow by more than 15 million jobs, or nearly 11%. However, the outlook for some occupations is bleak.
America’s Disappearing Jobs
U.S.-China tensions have risen recently over suspicions of Chinese nationals infiltrating U.S. company computer systems. In late May, the U.S. Justice Department accused five Chinese military officers of allegedly hacking several U.S. companies, marking the first time the Obama administration has publicly accused China of cyber spying. The indictments came amid a string of U.S. […]
China’s Cyberattacks Tied To U.S. Companies, Contractors And Government Systems
Is Technology Stagnating?
India’s Coal Conundrum
Putin’s Cherished Deniability Is Shattered
Can The Middle East Redraw Itself?
Congressional Budget Office Says Deficit Will Top $500 Billion This Year
Vehicle To Vehicle Communication Requirements Could Give Government Control Over Personal Travel
Leading Us To War Again
Former HHS Cyber Security Director Guilty On Numerous Child Porn Charges
Officials Say Hundreds Of Americans Have Joined Islamic State Terror Group As It Gains A Disturbing Amount Of Western Support
Initial Jobless Claims Drop Back Under 300k, Continuing Claims Rise
Ukraine Accuses Russia Of Launching Invasion, Then Promptly Retracts
“Our Liberty Has Been Sacrificed On The Altar Of National Security”
Bombs Away! Washington Has Gone Stark Raving Mad
Russia Sanctions Hit German Consumers, “Economic Expectations Completely Collapse”
Saxo Bank CIO Warns “It’s Time To Be Defensive… Very Defensive”
A Texas Megachurch Is Preaching The Gospel Of Drones
What Can The U.S. And NATO Do To Prevent Putin From Defeating Ukraine?
Ecuador’s Unhealthy Dependence On China Is About To Get $1.5 Billion Worse
Shell Is Selling One Of The Most Pilfered Oil Pipelines In The World
Second-quarter GDP Growth Revised Up To 4.2 Percent
Cold Winters Do Not Shrink The Economy
Burger King Teaches Statists About The Power Of The Free Market
Federal Judges Deliver A Pair Of Small 2nd Amendment Victories
IRS Admits It Destroyed Lois Lerner’s Blackberry After Congress Began Investigating Scandal
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