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On 10/25/17, Kim Iskyan from Stanberry Churchouse Research published in Daily Wealth about investing bias holding people back from cryptocurrencies simply because it’s something they’re unfamiliar with.
The Federal government has announced a significant overhaul of the military retirement system to make it more like civilian plans with some defined benefit and some defined contribution. It is called the BLENDED RETIREMENT SYSTEM, or BRS. Division of military … Continue reading
James Rickards, in “The Death of Money,” page 234, comments about gold standards for the economy:
There are at least two ways to guarantee investment returns.
As a government civilian employee, if DFAS pays you too much in any given year and then later collects the amount back from you, there can be no way to recover up to $960 income tax you already paid on … Continue reading