Using A Money Blueprint System To Get Out Of Debt
How one man developed a 'money blueprint' system to get out of debt
April 16, 2019 By Julie Compton
Personal finance blogger JD Roth curbs his spending and stays out of debt by asking himself this simple question.
If you’re in debt, examine your money blueprint to understand the psychological issues behind your spending habits.
By Pavithra Mohan
The surprising reasons why some people give more than others, and how you can start practically planning to give more.
When Shamila Nduriri—the creative director of jewelry brand Dalasini—was younger, her charitable giving was mostly reserved for family members who needed financial assistance.
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"Pre-Requirements for St. Germaine Fund Release" by TJ - 4.20.19
Entry Submitted by TJ at 12:07 PM EDT on April 20, 2019
I understand that the St. Germaine World Trust needs the world's currencies to be gold-backed again before it can start releasing.
I also understand that it needs the RV to have already happened, otherwise the amounts received by nations and people would later get multiplied / reduced when the RV did happen, which would be unfair as the Trust is intended to help all equally.
Therefore if the St. Germaine Trust releases tomorrow, Sunday 21st April 2019, it must mean that the world's currencies are already gold-backed and also the RV is a done deal, so we should then see the new Forex rates on Monday TJ
By Peter Coy April 17, 2019
The disappearance of the age-old bogeyman confounds central bankers and economists.
If economics were literature, the story of what happened to inflation would be a gripping whodunit. Did inflation perish of natural causes—a weak economy, for instance?
Was it killed by central banks, with high interest rates the murder weapon? Or is it not dead at all but just lurking, soon to return with a vengeance?
Like any good murder mystery, this one has a twist. What if the apparent defeat of inflation blew back on the central bankers themselves by making them appear expendable? Far from being lauded for a job well done, they’re under populist attack.