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NYT's Kristof Spreads Wall Street Austerian's FUD

New York Times readers should know that a study columnist Nicholas Kristof cited to cast doubt on Bernie Sanders’ health care plan was funded by a Wall Street billionaire who has made it his mission to strip away the social safety net for middle class Americans. 558 more words

Indelible

Haiku. When you want to say a lot, briefly. You need to search for words so you measure and limit your syllables. I am lost in the middle of a long weekend and have posted this on my Facebook page: 659 more words

Foes of Longmeadow Parkway, toll bridge gear up for Election Day

Jo Ann Fritz worked steadily to put a flier reading “Stop Longmeadow: Vote ‘Yes’ ” into a plastic bag, repeating the process as she listened to a speaker. 120 more words

Land Use

Google tax deal under fire as it emerges figure included share options scheme

Filings by Google UK show that £33m of £130m related to share options, which it had argued were exempt from UK tax

 

George Osborne claimed the government was able to get £130m in corporation tax from Google for the 2005-2014 period. 605 more words
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Record Number of U.S. Citizens, Green-Card Holders Cut Ties With U.S. in 2015

  • A record 4,279 individuals renounced their U.S. citizenship or long-term residency in 2015, according to data released by the Treasury Department.
  • Last year was the third year in a row for record renunciations, according to Andrew Mitchel, an international lawyer in Centerbrook, Conn., who tallies and tracks renunciation data.
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How the Rothschilds Use America to Dodge Billions in Taxes AnonHQ

(ZEROHEDGE) Back in September 2012 we first presented “the world’s biggest hedge fund nobody had ever heard of”: a small, previously unknown company called Braeburn Capital which, however, managed more cash than even Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater, the world’s largest hedge fund. 16 more words

Wealth Inequality

Make Monumental Investing Mistakes and Still Outperform

Many very bright and successful people sign over their hard-earned nest egg to a financial advisor, because they are afraid of making a mistake managing their own money.   555 more words

Asset Allocation