What’s It With Goldman Sachs. It Makes Good Sensational News

Friday, April 16, 2010, 5:58 PM | 3 Comments

What’s it with some financial institutions? It seems news about them will never die. They keep coming back in the limelight. Why don’t they just go away? Get a jury, convict them and send them to jail for a long time to come. The American people must be tired of reading, listening and watching this […]



IRS Will Audit Taxpayers More Rigorously As Never Before

Friday, April 16, 2010, 1:47 AM | Leave Comment

The tax season of 2010 for most of us is over, unless some folks filed in the automatic extension. The Federal government is running a humongous budget deficit this year and will do so in the coming years as well. To lower the deficit, the government has always turned to the American public for better […]



Tips How To Ease Your Mortgage Monthly Payments

Tuesday, April 13, 2010, 5:23 AM | 2 Comments

Because of the depressed economy and perhaps your jobless situation, you are having increasingly hard time to pay your monthly mortgage. On top of that, your home might not be worth as much as when you first bought it or perhaps refinanced it. Or it has become underwater mortgage and you don’t wanna sell it […]



Palm Is Trying To Wash Off Dirt On Its Palms

Monday, April 12, 2010, 1:38 PM | 4 Comments

Palm is up for sale. That’s the news Bloomberg is reporting. The last couple of years, Palm had collected dirt on both of its palms and now it’s trying to wash them. The old adage: “Money comes and goes.” There is a saying in my mother tongue: “Money is the dirt on your palms till […]



Increasing Wall Street Bonuses, Decreasing Main Street Wages

Monday, April 12, 2010, 7:08 AM | Leave Comment

The Washington-based Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) has kept track of and published reports about the wage-trend in the form of an indicator affecting the workers in America. It is known as Wage Trend Indicator™ (WTI). The most recent published indicator shows that WTI fell to 97.14 during the first quarter of 2010. It’s down […]



3 Tactics To Adopt For Success As Entrepreneur

Sunday, April 11, 2010, 7:45 AM | 2 Comments

In these posts, I have many times stated some strategies and characteristics adopted by an entrepreneur to be successful in their newly formed endeavor. When I think about these tactics and characteristics, they remind me of the great communicator, President Ronald Reagan. He possessed all these characteristics and then some. However, no one has a […]



About 10 Million Americans Falling Victims Every Year To ID Theft

Saturday, April 10, 2010, 12:09 AM | 1 Comment

Experts report that cases of ID theft and fraud in 2009 – about 10 million Americans – are at par with 2003 level and that was the most of any year. That means the problem of ID theft is still in full swing and we must take steps to try to prevent it. If you […]



Time To Analyze Year Old Bull Market For Performance

Friday, April 9, 2010, 12:30 AM | 2 Comments

More and more economists are optimistic that economy is on the up swing. However, they caution that it is in the initial stages showing signs of some improvement. The logical thinking is that economy is expanding and because of that Federal Reserve might raise its ultra-low policy interest rate – currently 0%-0.25% – by the […]



How CARD Act Will Affect Your Credit Card

Thursday, April 8, 2010, 12:06 AM | 10 Comments

Because of the CARD Act, banks and other financial institutions will place restrictions on your credit card. Some credit cards will be affected more than others. More and more issuers would gradually realize that they can’t make more money with all sorts of perks that were offered to their customers for 20 plus years. Those […]



Appeals Court Dethrones FCC’s Net Neutrality Authority

Wednesday, April 7, 2010, 12:04 AM | 1 Comment

Appeals Court dethrones FCC’s Net Neutrality Authority. The court decided to go against FCC. There used to be a time before Comcast struck its lightening on the heads of its customers, that the company’s attachments [read customers] were free like all others to have peer-to-peer traffic. Then after sometime, letting the customers enjoy for a […]