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Laos intends to pay Thai debts with electricity

VIENTIANE, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) — Laos is planning to repay Thailand for debts incurred due to energy imports in previous years, local media reported on Monday. 392 more words


September Stats

Just a quick stats update:

INTEREST RATE REMAINING BASE PAYMENT EXTRA PAYMENTS Student Loans 3.75% $22,872.24 $180.74 $50.00 Mortgage 3.50% $305,110.58 $2,259.03 $0.00 Total 169 more words

Hanjin There

Recently, the seventh largest shipping company in the world – Hanjin of South Korea – collapsed. The sources from which I get my news called it a Lehmann-esque event, referring to the collapse of American investment bank Lehmann Brothers in 2008 that prefaced the Great Recession. 879 more words


Five Steps to Stop Emotional Instability and Win Big with Your Money! 

Financial well being is emotional not logical!  I know, I know the savvy investor has logarithms, newsletters and spreadsheets to logically pour over data to snag the best stock pick of the day.  682 more words

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Updates and Desperate Pleas

Hello there! It’s been quite some time since my last post! SO much has changed in my life, and I can’t necessarily say for the better. 342 more words


Every immigrant without a high school degree will cost taxpayers $640,000

I am very much in favor of expanding and streamlining immigration processes for skilled immigrants, especially for areas where there is more demand than supply. But I am not in favor of letting in refugees or other unskilled immigrants, especially if they will be eligible to collect benefits paid for by other working taxpayers. 550 more words


Free College Education: 5 Problems People Will Face

Politicians are looking at ways in order to provide free higher education to its citizens – young ones and adults alike. While both camps are looking for a way to budget and promote free colleges, or save students from financial debt, it seems like a free college education is a bit too far to reach. 14 more words

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