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Bedroom tax forces poorest citizens into 'unmanageable debt'

From the Guardian:

It is no surprise to read in Patrick Butler’s report (Bedroom tax has forced tenants to cut back on food, 16 July) that the Department for Work and Pensions now finds that 523,000 tenants have been unable to meet rent arrears due to housing-benefit caps. 508 more words

Politics

Was it worth it?

Was it worth it?

While at work today, I was talking to one of my supervisors just about what I’ve been doing with my life for the last few years, and a few other of my coworkers joined in on the conversation as well. 340 more words

Post Secondary

No sign of a responsible government

The high class lifestyle. A dream held onto by common individual in the rat race. This kinds of lifestyle is lived by the upper class citizens, the CEOs of various corporate entities and banks, rock gods and movie stars, and various state and federal leaders.   1,131 more words

Budget 2014

July 2014 Net Worth Check: Artificially Inflated

Three months ago, I predicted that we would be more or less out of cash by now. That turns out not to be even remotely true, for two main reasons: Mr. 292 more words

Finance

LET GO OF BEING COOL, I DARE YOU!

I’ll be honest, I don’t really remember the day. But, somewhere in the last 9 years I let go of the need to be “Cool”, the need to be defined by things, or other people. 497 more words

American Dream