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Health Insurance for All

The much-awaited ruling finally came as the Supreme Court determined that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is for the most part  constitutional. The biggest question was whether or not the federal government could mandate legislation requiring that […]

Organic Growth

We often read about how large American corporations have done such a great job of cutting back expenses and strengthening their balance sheets. And yet, our economy continues to languish. Many attribute this lack of growth to unemployment and unwillingness […]

A Post-Apocalyptic World

Perhaps the U.S. subprime mortgage debacle that kicked off economic recessions, debt crises, and job losses all over the world can’t quite be described as an apocalypse. However, the world may seem a bit apocalyptic if you’ve lost your house […]

Let’s Talk Pensions

It used to be (just a few years ago) that if you worked for a company that offered a pension, you were one of the lucky ones. That retirement income was reasonably secure compared to workers contributing to a 401(k) […]

Euro Blues

This line was recently floated across social media sites: “Greece is collapsing, Iran is getting more aggressive, and Rome is in disarray. Welcome to 450BC!” Indeed, the similarities are interesting to note. And with the 2012 Olympic Games in London […]

Good News in Real Estate

Hope…it may be the most powerful force in the universe. Evidence shows time and time again that when people receive just a glimmer of hope that they may be able to achieve something, that hope is the driving force that […]

Lower Cost Health Care in Sight?

While there is ongoing debate over whether The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act can mandate that every American must purchase health insurance, just about everyone from insurers to employers to health care providers to patients can agree that the […]

Newton’s Law of Economics: The Power of Sentimental Investors

Newton’s Third Law of Motion (for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction) may well apply to the correlation between investments and investor sentiment.   For example, the nation’s largest bank, JPMorgan Chase, recently announced that instead of […]

Financial Infidelity

Are you cheating on your spouse? Financial infidelity is another way of saying you spend household money without telling your other half about it. It happens all the time. In fact, according to a new survey by The American Institute […]

Puttering

We’ve been waiting so long for good news that we are expecting one day, one report or one leading indicator to come out that will announce: “It’s over! Prosperity is here! Go out and buy a home and ask your […]