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Retirement Issues for Small Business Owners

Small business owners facing retirement have issues that corporate employees don’t have. Most can’t simply announce their decision to retire and walk away.

Most small business people have a large part of their net worth tied up in the business. 231 more words

Financial Planning

What Rich people do

There are so many different ways to become wealthy, maybe there are a thousand ways to become rich but if there are a thousand ways to get rich there a… 405 more words

Rich souls

It may sound ignorant yet I cannot help my self sometimes hence excuse the ebonics if you will.

“Been rich before I ever touched a pound£ dollar$ peso or yen”

Slice Of Life

Is the Robert King Secret Wealth Club a SCAM? A Secret Wealth Club REVIEW


http://www.onlymydream.com/ — Link. This Secret Wealth Club Review shows how this binary options product could be a scam as there are many promises made in the sales video, and then contradicted in the disclaimer underneath. 62 more words

Keiser Report: What recovery? And Hold on!

All that talk of recovery is a fraud, says a leading British financial journalist, and Crash II is on it’s way.

While the meat of this latest edition of Max’s long-running RT show is in the second half interview with scribe Liam Halligan, in the opening minutes Max and Stacy Herbert do a deft debunking of the language of traders and economists to reveal the meaning of all those words so blithely bandied about. 118 more words

Politics

Take from the poor and give to the (somewhat) rich

Here’s a short article in the Boston Globe:

More families with higher incomes could claim the popular child tax credit under a bill that won approval Friday in the House.

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Politics

Hillary Clinton expresses 'regret' for 'dead broke' comment

Hillary Rodham Clinton is still talking about being wealthy.

Clinton expressed regret to Jorge Ramos of Fusion TV about her now much-criticized comment  that she and Bill Clinton were “dead broke” after he left the White House in 2001. 216 more words

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