Monday , 5 December 2022

Finance

10 Drastic – But Doable – Ways To Get Out Of Debt Quickly (+4K Views)

When people talk about getting their personal finances in order, they usually try to find relatively pain-free and low-cost ways to reduce debt and increase savings but this is a long-term approach which some people just cannot "afford". For them it may be worthwhile to consider taking the hard way out of debt. Let me explain.

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What Would It Take For Hyperinflation To Occur in the U.S.? (+34K Views)

There is a difference between inflation and hyperinflation and there is no gradual path from one to the other. To wind up with true hyperinflation, some very bad things have to happen. The government has to completely lose control the populace has to completely lose faith in the system or both at the same time. Are we there yet? Let's take a look.

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3 Tips On Surviving Debt

If you’re in debt and you’ve noticed some of the impacts listed above creeping into your life – don’t worry! There are ways that you can improve your situation and give you a boost towards improving your finances.

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15 Things to Give Up to Make Your Life the Absolute Best It Can Possibly Be! (+7K Views)

This site is devoted to enlightening oneself regarding the economy, the markets and investment options to strengthen one's financial wellbeing. That being said, occasionally I think a meaningful site should share other ways to improve one's life to make it the absolute best it can possibly be - and this is one such article. Read it, reflect on it, implement its words of wisdom and pass it on to your contact list (and tape it on your refrigerator as a constant reminder). It deserves to be shared!

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The 25 Best Countries for Retirement: Canada Ranks #15; U.S. #18

The French investment bank, Natixis, ranks 44 countries using factors that affect financial security and material well-being, including unemployment and income inequality keeping score with its Natixis Investment Managers Global Retirement Index. This year the U.S. came in at #18, down one spot from last year and down from #16 the year before that. Canada came in at #15 this year down 5 spots from the previous year. Here are the reasons why.

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