Tag Archive | "Governments"

Where to Cut When You Need Money

Monday, May 20, 2013

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Many of us are currently feeling the strain when it comes to living expenses and paying the bills and when you see that even governments around the world as well as the in U.S are cutting their spending, you know that the drive to save cash is something a lot of us are having to […]

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World Debt 101

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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World Debt 101

With the global debt crisis still going strong and now immediate end or obvious solution in sight, many questions are being raised about fiscal policy around the world. As debt burdens pile up and governments seek ways to keep up with the repayments, observers and policymakers are split on how best to tackle the problem. […]

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How Investors are Looking for Ethical Opportunities

Thursday, October 25, 2012

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Companies all across the world are now beginning to make significant changes in order to be more environmentally responsible. Global warming is an increasing problem, and is now widely recognised. As a result, governments are putting pressure on industries to change the way they operate. It’s taking a long time for everyone to catch up, […]

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But “I Need Money”!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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But “I Need Money”!

It’s rare to go through life without saying “I need money”. If that’s where you are right now, read on for some ideas about how to get the money you need! Because the Internet is full of sketchy ideas and shady propositions, the NeedMoney.com crew have compiled some of the best legitimate solutions to the […]

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Present Day Gold Rush?

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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Present Day Gold Rush?

All you have to do is look around to realize that the economy has been shaky for quite some time. Unemployment is on the rise, markets are uncertain, and people are struggling to get by. When the economy has been down historically, gold has tended to increase in value, and today is no exception. In […]

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