Happy Tax Day!

Happy Tax Day!

On this eve of the final due date for taxes, I thought I would post a little blog about the effect of taxes on our productivity and wealth. No, I don’t want to get into the politics of it; but as the mathematician that I am, I did an interesting exercise recently. I worked out the math for the following scenario: If you take a dollar, and double it every day, how much would you have after...

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An outstanding article!

Wow. For anyone who wonders about the true state of the national (and global) economies, this article is outstanding! http://mises.org/daily/4218 It’s a bit long; and I had it open in my browser for a few days, reading a little bit here, and there. But most often these days, you can commonly read or hear something that’s popular, simply because it’s inflammatory or accusatory....

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Beware, the Government-only Students Loans

Beware, the Government-only Students Loans

This is not to debate the political wisdom or not, of rolling Student Loans into a Government-only control (as has just happened under the new Health Care bill). This is just a quick, little blog to discuss something that I’ve not heard mentioned on this issue, to date. And those who are contemplating such loans would be prudent to keep this in consideration: Formerly, any neighborhood...

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The times we’re in.

This is long post — much longer than I plan to put here on a general basis. But this will give a good foundation for everything that’s yet to come, as it resides there in the archives. It’s a post about where I think we are generally going to go with rates (and why) — largely because of the times we’re in. Most of the posts after this one should be more on a daily...

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Welcome to the blog!

Our host site, DonChinnici.com is dedicated to multi-faceted financial services: Debt reduction, wealth accumulation, commercial and residential mortgages, and some very creative solutions to today’s main issues. In that setting, I normally follow the interest rate news pretty closely — and have a few opinions of my own as to what is financially smart, and not so smart — on...

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