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Argentina Debt Plan Ruled Illegal

Argentina’s plan to exit its debt default by asking investors holding defaulted bonds to swap them for new locally issued debt has been ruled “illegal” by a US court. 306 more words


The Dave Ramsey Edition - Affording Adoption

Someone posted yesterday on the Creating a Family Facebook Support Group that they were just starting the adoption process and felt overwhelmed and defeated by the cost of adoption. 410 more words

Adoption Planning

Owe you one

How I enjoy the Tragedy
it affords me
The debt incurred
it alleviates
The recession
it facilitates
The cause to reason
it allows me to consider
Thank you.


Argentina Default

July 2014 marked another government bond default for Argentina – a country marred with economic troubles. This recent failure to repay its debt involves its inability to repay debt that had been restructured following a default in 2001. 488 more words

Car Repos Soar 70% As Auto Subprime Bubble Pops; "It's Contained" Promises Fed

Source:  zerohedge

The auto loan subprime bubble may be the latest to burst (after student loans) as the rate of car repossessions jumped 70.2 percent in the second quarter, with much of that increase coming from finance companies not run by automakers, banks or credit unions. 155 more words


Day 21 - August 21, 2014

Today it seems like every time I blink, there is something new on my heart which I feel like I need to blog about, so I decided I should go ahead and get it done for the day. 1,383 more words

From BBC 2: 'Super Rich: The Greed Game'

Broadcast, fittingly, on 1 April 2008 just as the bubble was bursting, this BBC 2 documentary, produced and directed by John O’Kane and narrated by Robert Peston, is a reminder that the modern “wealth creator” is rarely the inventor of some new product that makes our lives better but is rather an expert at manipulating the money game, in which creation of notional riches becomes the end rather than a mere byproduct of their efforts. 148 more words