Save Money By Trimming The Fat

Sep 25, 09 Save Money By Trimming The Fat

Posted by in Budgeting, Saving

Welcome to the number one recession survival blog! Sign up for our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to get the most out of the information provided here. Thanks for joining us! Tweet Saving is more than cutting out big-ticket items and living an ascetic lifestyle.  You...

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Risky Business

Tweet The crisis that almost brought about the fall of civilization as we know was started by unscrupulous Wall Street bankers and brokers who knew that any risk they incurred would be passed on to somebody else. After the federal government stepped in and prevented a...

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How to Protect Important Business Documents

Sep 23, 09 How to Protect Important Business Documents

Posted by in Jobs and Business

Tweet If you’ve been doing business online for a while, I’m sure you’ve come across the headaches of keeping track of and protecting important and sensitive business documents. Anything from joint venture agreements, non disclosure agreements, to sensitive password...

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Shore Up Your 401K

Sep 23, 09 Shore Up Your 401K

Posted by in Investing

Tweet 401k plans have become an indelible aspect of American society.  Pitched as a means to provide an employee with a stake in a company’s future and as a way to help employees create an adequate retirement savings, the recent recession has exposed major flaws in the...

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Public Universities Doing A Poor Job

Tweet Every society and civilization relies on the transference of information in order grow, expand, and innovate.  The acquisition, synthesis, and transmission of knowledge has helped many formerly third world countries begin competing with Western nations economically...

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Banks Fighting Federal Student Loan Overhauls

Tweet It should come as no surprise that banks are fighting the new student loan overhaul bill tooth and nail.  At issue is what President Obama, and others, describe as an unwarranted subsidy. The banks receive a substantial federal subsidy for providing loans to college...

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