Monthly Archives: November 2012

Friday Fun

Rob Chrisman writes helpful updates for financial people like me, letting me know how what the government does translates into what we business people need to do. I follow his twice-per-month blog and found the story below. It’s not a true … Continue reading

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Weekly Web Gems

Tax “Loopholes”. . . the folks at Mises Institute remind us that most of us depend on them. Saving the Day . . . Mark Matson explains how hard-working entrepreneurs and small businesses are the only things keeping the economy hobbling … Continue reading

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They Want You Nervous

Most stock-market participants have no idea how markets work and how prices are set. I was reminded of this when two headlines came through my inbox in the same hour: “Senate Majority Leader – Harry Reid says there is little … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliff

Imagine that you and your family are headed for a fiscal cliff. In other words, your income is not as high as your expenses, and your credit cards are nearing their limit. What do you do? Let me put numbers … Continue reading

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