A Financial Services Advisor Offers His Take On The Largest Deficit In History

Posted by admin on March 22, 2014 in Liibertarian |

Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) May 21, 2009 The U.S. House of Representatives just recently approved a $ 3.5 trillion budget – the largest budget in U.S. history. The new budget also establishes the largest deficit in the nation’s history, at $ 1.2 trillion, according to an April 30 Wall Street Journal report. Dennis Tubbergen […]

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Americans Should Be Billed Their Share of the Federal Deficit Columnist

Posted by admin on September 30, 2013 in Liibertarian |

Denver (PRWEB) February 7, 2010 A Colorado business columnist has proposed a simple, but effective solution to the Federal governments out-of-control deficits: invoice each and every American monthly for his or her share of the spiraling tab. The U.S. governments current $ 12.3 trillion deficit balance amounts to about $ 40,000 per citizen. Layer […]

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New Fiscal Future Daily Tracks the Debate over Deficit, Debt

Posted by admin on October 9, 2012 in Liibertarian |

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 22, 2010 With far-reaching decisions facing the nation about taxes, spending and the national debt, OurFiscalFuture.org has launched Fiscal Future Daily, a new online information source for all Americans who want to participate in the important conversations and decision-making taking place around the federal budget. Compiled by the Public […]

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The Essence of a Caloric Deficit in Fat Loss Programs

Posted by admin on December 23, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Gone are the days when fat loss strategies were vague and mysterious. Contemporary sound fat loss strategies are based on scientific grounds, where each calorie eaten or burnt is very important. Following intense research into the area of dieting and fat loss, it has become generally agreed that fat loss only accrues from a calorie […]

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IMF warns US to make a ‘down payment’ on deficit

Posted by admin on August 2, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Johns The US should make a ‘down payment’ this year on tackling its budget deficit, the International Monetary Fund has warned, as it emerged that the world’s biggest bond investor is shorting the country’s bonds. America will rack up a budget deficit of 10.8pc of gross domestic product this year, the largest of […]

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Should We Be Worried With The U.S. Deficit?

Posted by admin on August 1, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Jennilyn Sibulboro The dollar weakened and trading hit a speed bump as investors pulled back when Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke testified last Wednesday before the House budget Committee regarding the humongous U.S. deficit. As published in NY Times: In remarks to the House Budget Committee, Mr. Bernanke said that the government must […]

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Dealing With A Family Budget Deficit – When You Can’t Pay Everything

Posted by admin on July 31, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Bruce Guzman If you find yourself in a situation where you’ve cut your budget to the absolute bare minimum and yet you can’t pay all of your debts and living expenses, you’re going to have to make some tough decisions.Here are three tips for prioritizing who / what you’ll pay:Absolutely Essential Living ExpensesThese […]

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The Tea Party Does Not Really Care About the Budget Deficit

Posted by admin on July 29, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Marc Adler A recent New York Times article exposing the contradictory claims of the G.O.P.’s “call” for cuts is stunning, even though it reports what anyone paying attention to the news already knew. Riding the wave of populist anger at a perceived draconian government encroachment, the Republicans have campaigned on the idea of […]

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