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What Would Happen in a USD Collapse?

What Would Happen in a USD Collapse?

I came to the conclusion several years ago that it was just a matter of
time before the world realized that the relative functionality of the U.S. dollar was about to go belly up – to collapse. [Below is an explanation as to why I have come to that conclusion and what I think it would mean for the well-being of the world.] Words: 881

The BEST Investment Advice You Will EVER Receive is HERE!

The BEST Investment Advice You Will EVER Receive is HERE!

Good financial advisers are difficult to find. They may be “certified” and conscientious, but these may not be sufficient in these interesting times. Unfortunately, most advisers were trained for a different world. The world has changed and is unlikely to return to its prior state. Whatever old market nostrums worked in the past are not likely to work now. So, that being said, “What do I do to protect myself and my family?” “What should I invest in?” Read on!

Should You Invest In Gold & Silver, Neither or Both?

Should You Invest In Gold & Silver, Neither or Both?

Whether investors should consider exposure to silver or gold, or both, partly depends on why they are allocating to precious metals in the first place. While silver shares many characteristics with gold, here are three important differences between the metals.

The Best & Worst States for Saving Money

The Best & Worst States for Saving Money

Good luck growing your nest egg with the rates the average savings account pays in the U.S. Here are the best and worst states for saving money. Take a look – and weep!

Hyperinflation Has Occurred 21 Times in Last 25 Years – Here’s Where

Hyperinflation is not an unusual phenomenon. 32 countries have experienced hyperinflation over the last 100 years of which no less than 21 have experienced it in the past 25 years and 3 in the past 10 years. The United States is one of the few countries to have experienced two currency collapses during its history (1812-1814 and 1861-1865). Is it about to happen again?

Mexico: A Great Place to Visit, Retire To and/or Invest In – Here’s Why

Mexico: A Great Place to Visit, Retire To and/or Invest In – Here’s Why

Mexico, with the world’s 13th largest GDP, is no longer a “Third World Country”, but rather a fast growing, economically secure state. Mexico is a great place to visit for a week or the winter, take early retirement to, and/or to invest in. This article outlines the new economic reality of the country.

5 Reasons 78% of NFL Players Go Bankrupt Within 5 Years of Retirement

5 Reasons 78% of NFL Players Go Bankrupt Within 5 Years of Retirement

The average professional athlete in the U.S. will make more in one season than most of us earn in our entire lives yet, despite those staggering salaries, 78% of NFL players, 60% of NBA players and a very large percentage of MLB players file for bankruptcy within 5 years of retirement.

Free Tax Software For Military Families

Free Tax Software For Military Families

Military families have special challenges with their finances and that includes tax preparation. TurboTax has just released a new version of its tax preparation software created specifically for military filers. For a limited time, it’s free for junior enlisted personnel.

Word Order—The Internet as the Toy With a Tin Ear

Word Order—The Internet as the Toy With a Tin Ear

Absent the force of the human imagination and its powers of expression, our machines cannot accelerate the hope of political and social change, which stems from language that induces a change of heart.

10 Signs Of A Bad Investment Advisor

10 Signs Of A Bad Investment Advisor

There are two kinds of bad investment advisors: well-meaning advisors without the wherewithal to keep up with the science of the fast-evolving profession, and those whose main focus is not on managing their clients’ assets well, but on gathering assets under management in order to grow their own practices. How do you tell if you’re […]

Debt Farce 2 – Who’s Being Crapped On?

Debt Farce 2 – Who’s Being Crapped On?

 Below Is The Financial Debt Decision Making Organization  Of Our Union Today. Since Only The Most Brilliant Of Minds Are Being Told They Can Understand This Complex Situation, I Thought We Should Reduce It To The Level Of Bird Brains Doing All The Chattering In Washington DC. (Well, Okay, We’ll Include Media’s Talking Heads,Wall Street And Greedy […]

Debt Dummies Or Dupes?

Debt Dummies Or Dupes?

What in the world does $14.293 TRILLION in crisis debt mean to the average U.S. citizen? Let’s put it simply. The legal U.S. population is 311,844,395 as of the minute of this post.

How the Debt Ceiling Could Affect You

How the Debt Ceiling Could Affect You

You may find yourself asking, how will the debt ceiling affect me? Well if you are on this site, you are most likely a Veteran and you may receive Veterans benefits or Social Security benefits.

Savings Habit Strongest Among Military Families With A Plan

As the nation’s armed forces come together to focus on financial readiness during Military Saves Week, active-duty families who work with financial planners are setting the pace by out-saving their do-it-yourself colleagues and feeling more confident in their long-term finances.

Supportive Services for Veterans Families Program (SSVF Program) – A Notice of Fund Availability

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has announced the availability of funds for supportive services grants under the Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program (SSVF Program).  A Notice of Fund Availability (NOFA) is published in today’s Federal Register concerning the SSVF Program, the application process, and the amount of funding available.  The NOFA is […]

Tax Cuts Meet Jack Bauer

If it weren’t for his willingness to jump into the abyss of torture and torment, Jack Bauer would have been the hero as opposed to anti-hero of the first decade of the 21st century. It wasn’t that Jack wanted to be a bad guy — but, he was faced continuously with impossible odds and the ticking clock. Backed into a corner, he had to do things — slap somebody with a defibrillator, let the ghouls pump some sort of psycho-poison into an informat, hook up their testicles to a nuclear reactor — to save the nation.

USAA Bank Named Preferred Provider for Credit Card Services

USAA and the Enlisted Association of the National Guard (EANGUS) have joined forces to offer a credit card that helps fund EANGUS programs and gives its members access to many of USAA’s financial services. The alliance allows EANGUS’ 40,000 members to carry the Enlisted Association of the National Guard USAA Rewards World MasterCard ®, which will help fund the association’s efforts and programs.

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