Post From The Money Principle
By Maria Nedeva 5 Sep, 2018
How Much Money You Need to Change Your Life
Today I ask you how much money you need to change your life. You can answer by:
Working out where you stand now according to material wealth and emotional wellbeing.
Deciding where you wish to be.
Examining your motivation.
Estimating how much money you need to achieve the change.
Over the last week I’ve heard people, again and again, tell me that they’ll do ‘X’ when they win the lottery.
This made me think about the cost of our dreams. So, let me ask you a question:
How much money do you need to change your life?
Mopairman: Reinstate your currency. What does it take for Iraq to see the answer that the rest of the world knows? Turn on your own currency and give your people what they want.
Samson: Asadi: Current crises end by providing the necessary funds
8th September, 2018
MP of the Al-Fath Alliance Ahmed al-Asadi, on Saturday, that the current crises experienced by the country ends the provision of the necessary funds.
Al-Asadi said in an interview during the extraordinary session of the parliament on the conditions of Basra, which was attended by "Al-Ghad Press", that "solutions to the current crises that plague the country solutions available by finding the necessary funds allocated to the budget in 2018."
"It is also possible to solve some problems by taking advantage of the current financial abundance due to high oil prices," he said.
Tishwash: parliment met with about 160 members, so 5 short, but they only talked about Basra, per the news, that's the big news over there for now and of course there was a verbal arguement lol
Briona: There is no accountability for those who do not show up. If they do not want to show up for work, they should be relieved of their positions and given to someone who will. Come on Iraq, grow up.
Mountain Mole: Sadr is calling for the Parliament to meet on Sunday and anyone who does not show up will pay for it. In 24 hrs we will know if Sadr's threat has more substance than the "surprise" we were all promised. How a government can neglect the basic needs of Basra who foots the bill basically for Iraq is beyond comprehension.
Notes From The Field By Simon Black
September 7, 2018 Santiago, Chile
The Pension Crisis Is Bigger Than The World’s 20 Largest Economies.. and only getting worse
If your retirement plans consist entirely of that pension you’ve been promised, it’s time to start looking elsewhere.
As you probably know, pensions are giant pools of capital responsible for paying out retirement benefits to workers.
And right now many pension funds around the world simply don’t have enough assets to cover the retirement obligations they owe to millions of workers.
Don961: Today .. Parliament holds a special session in Basra in the presence of Abadi
08/9/2018 12:00 am
Al-Hadithi: Near the launch of 425 billion dinars for the province
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi expressed his readiness to attend the special session of parliament called for by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, and called on by the President of the age, Muhammad Ali Zinni, to discuss the crisis in the province of Basra scheduled to be held on Saturday,
while the spokesman for the Prime Minister's Office Saad al-Hadithi about the launch of the amount of 425 billion dinars within the trillions and 500 billion dinars promised by Abadi to the province, stressing that the prime minister follows directly and accurately the situation in Basra, drew legal expert, Tariq Harb, that there is nothing prevents constitutionally from Extraordinary session of He sat the new House of Representatives even before the election of the President of the Council and his deputies.
18 Favorite Financial Rules Of Thumb (and some useful money guidelines)
By J.D. Roth May 2018
Financial Rules of ThumbAfter twelve years of reading and writing about money, I’ve come to love financial rules of thumb.
Financial rules of thumb provide helpful shortcuts for making quick calculations and decisions. You don’t always have time (or want to take the time) to create elaborate spreadsheets when choosing a course of action. In these cases, it’s nice to have some rough guidelines you can rely on.
You’ve probably heard of the “rule of 72”, for example. This shortcut says that if you divide 72 by a particular rate of return, you’ll get the number of years it’ll take to double your money.