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KTFA:

Samson: Financial Kurdistan begins to pay the salaries of employees

 5th August, 2018

The Ministry of Finance in the Kurdistan Regional Government, on Sunday, to pay the salaries of employees for the month of May.

A government source said the ministry's bureau and the Peshmerga brigades received their salaries for the month of May.

He added that the disbursement of Peshmerga salaries will continue in the coming days.

The Ministry of Finance has announced earlier that the salaries will be disbursed on Sunday, 5 August 2018, pointing out that the Ministry of Peshmerga will receive first, followed by the Ministries of Education, Health, Higher Education and other ministries.    LINK
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Thank you Judy

Compiled 5 Aug. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington

The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it is valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.

Judy Note: There is an intel blackout. The below is a Summary of last week’s Events:

Sun. July 29 Trump began countdown for “The Event”: Abolish Federal Reserve and Central Banks, plus use Federal Reserve holdings to pay off citizen debt.
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Rich Habits Poor Habits Episode 60 – The 1% Will Always Control The Wealth
JULY 21, 2018 By Thomas C. Corley
 
I just finished reading a recent article complaining about the rich.
 
The author was upset at the fact that 1% controlled 82% of the wealth in the world. In the author’s mind, there was something inherently unfair about this.
 
The author, like many who are not in the 1%, felt that the wealth the 1% created didn’t necessarily belong to them and offered government solutions to cap or redistribute the wealth of the rich.

It’s true. One percent do control 82% of the wealth. And the top 1% will always control most of the wealth until the other 99% figure out how the 1% go about cultivating wealth.
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By Yogesh Chabria

Happy people think better, work smarter and live healthier!
 
Life can be either hard, sad and filled with problems or it can be easy, happy and filled with wealth and opportunities. It is our choice, what sort of life we choose.
 
I prefer the life of a happionaire where the power of happiness, knowledge and action bring in wealth of every sort. True success is more than just money; it is smiles, laughter, love, great health and enjoying every moment of life.
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By Lucas Miller
 
Of all the world’s worries, money is quite possibly the most cumbersome.
 
As human beings, unfortunately, we’re accustomed to constantly comparing ourselves to other people. Though the powers of envy are nothing short of entirely self-destructive, if inspiration can be drawn from comparison, progression is often a yielded byproduct.
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8/4/2018
 
Reposted for our newest readers

DebTarHeelgirl: General Questions to Ask Wealth Advisors
 
Choose the questions that are most relevant for your situation When interviewing a wealth advisor, it is important to ask the right question and know how to interpret the answers. 

Here are select questions to get you started. In a formal selection process the family should come up with additional relevant questions that will isolate important criteria.

Firm Background and Ownership

  1. When was the firm founded?
  2. When did the firm begin providing wealth advisory services? What was the impetus behind the creation of the multi-family office business, if applicable?
  3. What is the firm's organizational structure? If family-owned, what is the percentage of the family s interest?
  4. What is the firm's ownership structure? If family-owned, what is the percentage of the family's interest