The stock market lost more than half its value in 20 months. While the specter of inflation hovers over the market as the Federal Reserve prints money to pay for the bailouts, gold and silver are hedges against inflation and some are predicting a big increase in gold prices soon. This article explains how to buy gold and silver…
Congress is concerned that Americans’ retirement funds have dropped by 40 percent to 60 percent during the economic meltdown and they are looking for ways to help. One way being considered is to confiscate your IRA or 401(k) and put it into a government-run account. Read further to find out what this means…
Come April 15th, a lot of Americans will be taking the opportunity this Tax Day to tell their elected officials that they’re T.E.A.’d off. That is, that they’re Taxed Enough Already.
The materialistic-instant gratification-pop culture mentality of many people today is truly astonishing. If they see it they want it… now. What’s important? Who is the next to leave on American Idol, who is kicked off the island in Survivor, what is my favorite actor up to today? They don’t know what’s important. To find what is truly important, read this article…
Following the AIG bonuses debacle, two prominent consumer advocates have called on Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to resign.
The administration unveiled a bank rescue plan yesterday that may cost more than $1 trillion and, according to one expert, ‘rob taxpayers.’
Among the few bright spots in the current economy are some tax breaks that homeowners may want to keep in mind during this tax filing season.
In reaction to the bill that imposes a tax on bailed-out companies’ bonus recipients, a Republican congressman has said the move may be ‘legally questionable.’
News that the troubled insurance giant AIG has paid multimillion dollar bonuses to its staff as the company was being bailed out by taxpayers has prompted calls for an investigation.
Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has set out to systematically expose the Obama administration’s failure to live up to his campaign promises on taxation.