Asset and Wealth Protection
Personal Liberty focuses on conservative Americans who understand the importance of independent thought in the quest to grow and protect their financial assets, and are seeking to achieve financial freedom.
Financial attacks are always unexpected — especially when they come from your government. Desperate governments always prey on those with assets easy to lose. The last thing you want is to be forced to scramble for last-minute, quick-fix solutions. By then, it’s too late. Your cash is gone.
Government is complicit in the price suppression and manipulation of gold and silver and welcomes the insider trading that helps to achieve this result. The conclusion is inescapable: If illegality benefits the machinations of the U.S. government, the U.S. government is all for illegality.
Paper money expands consumption way beyond income. This eventually guarantees debt collapse and social breakdown. The foundation of the household collapses and the middle class is destroyed. Paper money is an illusion because it is non-substance and can be created by the government to infinity.
How does one stop our government from stealing our 401(k)s etc. I’ve worked hard for nearly 40 years hoping to have some kind of at least half decent retirement. Now I’m seeing reports of “bail-ins”? How does one go about stopping this? Need more information.
For many American adults, the concept of retirement is scary. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take — right now — to help weather the storm and live as comfortably as possible during your retirement years. It’s a very basic, three-step plan.
Politicians love to claim that they plan to create jobs during campaign seasons— even if they aren’t always able offer a clear plan. But, according to the results of survey of the actual job creators who run the Nation’s small businesses, formulating one should be pretty simple: do away with ridiculous licensing requirements and minimize […]
This essay, written by Frank Shostak, was originally published at Mises.org. Most commentators are of the view that the massive monetary pumping of the Fed during 2008 prevented a major economic disaster. The yearly rate of growth of the Fed’s balance sheet jumped from 3.9 percent in January 2008 to 150.9 percent by December of […]
Let’s take a quick trip through some key parts of the tax code to learn ways to increase your after-tax returns from mutual funds. Of course, what we’re going to discuss in this visit applies to mutual funds held in taxable accounts, not to funds held in qualified retirement plans.
I, and other people need to know where it’s best to live, not in the cities for sure.
What is it like in the farthest down east of Maine?
Why do you live in Alabama?
Olive Branch, Miss.
Some of the most serious threats to financial independence are often overlooked. Yet a few simple actions can avoid large losses from these risks. In addition, you can reduce substantially your out-of-pocket expenses when you pay attention to these neglected issues.