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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Feb. 11 2019
Compiled 11 Feb. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid. A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth, Dale who keeps me in line and Ken who uncovers almost unlimited intel on pedophiles to help us Save the Children. 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.
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Sunday Night 2-10-19
Dave Iraq many promises/contracts,donor nations...........still not a penny
Young SC And including loans from from those same countries i listed. Those countries are not giving away big loans for free Sam. There is more to the story then what meets the eye. Too much work placed into a country and you think those countries are not going to expecting a penny back??
Dave and still now private banking laws to protect particularly foreign investors
By Ric Edelman, Founder, Chairman of Financial Education
Smart Insights From Professional Advisers January 29, 2019
Set your children on the path to a lifetime of financial stability and fiscal responsibility by helping them learn these four fundamental money lessons.
Americans are facing a personal finance crisis. Almost 60% of all working age Americans have no retirement savings. And dealing with unexpected expenses can be a hardship for many families without savings. In fact, 4 in 10 adults could not cover a $400 emergency expense.
By Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®, CEO | WorthyNest LLC
Smart Insights From Professional Advisers January 30, 2019
Sure, making a lot of money helps, but research shows there are four behaviors that can be even more important to building true wealth.
As a young child, did you ever dream of having $1 million in the bank?
I used to think that way, but my perspective changed over the years. $1 million is no longer a guarantee of financial freedom.
Samson: Market confidence to drive Vietnam economic growth in 2019
9th February, 2019
Loading cargoes at the Hoàng Diệu port in the northeastern city of Hải Phòng
Vũ Viết Ngoạn, head of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Team, talks to Thời báo kinh tế Việt Nam (Việt Nam Economic Times) about how the country can maintain its strong growth in 2019 and the next few years with internal strengths.
The Government’s report said 2018 saw “comprehensive and positive achievements across all socio-economic aspects”. In your opinion, what was the highlight?
In 2018, the Vietnamese economy witnessed growth in all three sectors – agriculture, industry and service. Not only have we attained high GDP growth, we have also consolidated macroeconomic fundamentals and increased the quality of growth, with the increase in productivity and higher ratio of manufacturing industries in the GDP compared to 2017.
Smart Insights From Professional Advisers
How I Saved a Small Fortune and Taught My Kids to Be Independent
My money-saving parenting strategy boils down to saying one magic word and saying it often: NO
It’s much easier these days to spend money on material things, especially if you can afford to do so. What’s worse is the peer pressure to keep up with the Joneses or their kids. Like many of you, when my wife and I grew up, a family dinner at Ponderosa was a BIG family night out.
I fondly remember the all-you-eat buffet and especially loved the chocolate pudding. I grew up in Arlington Heights, Ill., in a middle-class family of four. We did fine financially compared to our neighbors (the houses were all so much smaller back then).