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The truth that with our constantly collapsing economy it is extremely difficult to be approved for installment loans no credit check. Rules and regulations are too strict. Our citizens cannot simply proivde required information. Well how can they guarantee something when even re-elected president Obama can't? Well he can of course, it's just his promises seem too unreliable.
7 months ago
A credit is just that: a credit that's the same for everyone, regardless of income. There's no advantage in a higher income person taking it. But wait! As usual, there is an exception: a high income Ontario taxpayer will get a better benefit due to surtaxes that kick in at higher levels. Personal credits like any long term or short tem small cash loans are subtracted first, before the surtaxes are calculated, so yeah, there would be a benefit in some cases to transfer to the parent. And the benefit in getting the money now, not later, without interest.8 months ago
More and more people choose to continue working after they retire. So is that a real retirement time? Also those who have an opportunity choose to start a small business and it soes not mean it should bring big amounts of money, it can be bringing small, what is the most important steady amounts every month. I would also choose this, and it even will be ok with me to apply for loans online to start a business. I won't be surprise if by the time I retire ( I am 25 now) minimum retirement age will be 758 months ago
The real shock will come when people realize that higher prices are not leading to greater production and supply. With something that's hoarded, like gold, higher prices will always bring additional supply out of the woodwork. But with a product that has reached/is reaching peak production, like oil, demand can overpower supply, in spite of high price. Even the Saudis, in spite of claims that they can ramp up output any time they want, are up against real limits. The only option for the common consumer, who use to apply for a no fax loan instant in order to manage daily expenses, is to cut back on consumption, as we're already seeing in the US.8 months ago
The political and monetary games of the central banksters are so far divorced from any real economy, that there is no relationship at all there. It is observable that the worse it gets for the banksters, the somewhat better it gets on the ground.
I think it might be helping as more and more people divest entirely from the world of finance and decide to try other things including buying land, applying for wageday advance loans and simply spending their remaining money rather than saving or investing it.9 months ago
Probably the most fundamentally significant fact that has been revealed not only now but in the credit crunch crisis three years ago, is that the fate and future of almost anyone - individuals, small companies, conglomerates, and now countries - is governed totally by the doctrinaire theorising of hugely wealth-bloated, solely self-interested financial organisations - money lenders and money markets. It is usury on a global scale which pays scant attention to the affect their thinking and actions have on people or societies. Governments all over the word now find themselves unable to act in the interests of those who democratically elected them, constrained by debt - and the terms of that debt. We are, in fact, governed by world usury. 10 months ago
The real burden of the government on the economy is the spending - not the taxes. If you run deficits to pay for spending in excess of tax revenues, you still burden the economy with borrowing and/or inflation. So spending is the only thing that matters in the end. Tax cuts in the US in the 2000s did not help the economy because they were not accompanied by spending decreases. So-called austerity is not helping Europe because there are no real spending cuts - only higher taxes which hurts common people and make them apply to directcash till pay day providers. if you dramatically cut government spending, you will see increased economic growth 12 months ago
We are in an awful position--thanks to tax cuts for the wealthy, two unfunded wars, etc. etc.- and the only want to recovery may be a truly horrible hit from the shutdown. Sort of like radical surgery to save a life. I've long been bemused by the concept of people who are downright hostile toward government becoming career politicians and making a good living without any need to apply for wageday advance destroying the very edifice they work for. Somehow, it just doesn't make sense. I don't want politicians who hate the organization that employs them. I want politicians who love the organization and want it to shine, by making it the very best it can be.Apr 20, 2012
This “new” war against public broadcasting has nothing to do with the budget. This is the same “new” war that was waged against public broadcasting in the ninties by the neo-cons, and it wasn’t new then either. The neo-cons are taking aim at anything that conflicts with their ideology, it has absolutely nothing to do with the budget. If it truly was about cutting spending, they would take aim at the bloated defense budget that provides no direct public service, other than putting billions in the pockets of defense contractors. No matter where one is politically, the simple fact is that we are spending money that steals from our kids’ future and our grandkids’ future, and we may be sure, that they will lack of money as we do, and payday lenders will prosper for sure. It is all deficit spending. No way should we fund public broadcasting during this financial crisis. Obama is taking in $2 trllion in taxes and fees and proposing to spend $3.6 trillion. That is an outrage and spending half a billion dollars on public broadcasting is part of the problem. And to our leftist friends, this is not Bush’s fault anymore – this is liberal spending that cannot be justifiedDec 21, 2011
Everyone seems to be having different ideas about what OWS is about, so... I might as well get my 2 cents in. I think it's about seeing justice done on the prepetrators of our second GREAT DEPRESSION. Jail time for the bankers who took us all to the cleaners, for the rating agencies that lied about the low risk of the "FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS", for the realestate agents that pushed people into ARMs that they had no business taking. They need to be tried, sentenceed, jailed, and have all their assets taken to pay back the bailout cash advance. That's what OWS NEEDS to be about!Nov 10, 2011