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How do you make your budget? Can you go to someone else for money to get by until payday? Why should you have to look to another to get by? Why should one adult control another?
Who do you know with the last name of Taxes? Who is this fictitious character anyway and why doesn't he or she show up at work instead of only appearing on payday? What can we do to see where our money goes? Divorces happen over finances, what are you waiting for? Are you happy where you are? Are you prospering? Who is? Raise your hand please!!!
Do you know anyone with the last name (Surname) of Taxes? Then how can he or she get paid? How did he or she get a social security number? Hmmmm... Let's play! You are so smart!
JJ Greenway is a former chief pilot for AOPA, former President of Avemco, and now a Capitol Hill advisor on Aviation Matters. Susan Loricchio private pilot, is the Vice President NJ for Government Affairs, Air Force Association.
Their interview will focus on the recent federal budget-cuts directed towards our Air Traffic Control system. Since the recording of this interview, these budget-cuts have been repealed as of April 27. However, major economic and military damages have already been caused.
Damage from sequestration to the Air Force's readiness was articulated by Michael Donley on the 23rd of April by saying, “[It] will extend into Fiscal '14 even if sequestration is undone before the end of this fiscal year.” Donley also told defense reporters in Washington, D.C., “standing down pilots and weapon-system operators due to slashed flying and training hours means it will take anywhere from three to six months into Fiscal 2014 to get proficiency levels back up to combat mission-ready status.”
This is probably the most important topic we have covered yet, and the information discussed here will affect all Americans.
Susan's e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Greenway e-mail: email@example.com
You've had your wedding you some money left for your honeymoon, what can you do?
About a thousand for the two of you. It seems an impossibility but not so. Let me show you what you can do even with a StayMoon and yet you tell know one and still have a romantic good time, here.
The Philadelphia School district has suffered some severe budget cuts- which will cut the Kindergarten day in half, severly effect Early Childhood education, and decrease jobs. Isn't this 2 steps back considering the youth of Philly is already in academic trouble? Is a soda tax or higher property taxes the answer??? On budget cuts: http://www.philly.com/philly/education/20110601_Philly_school_panel_adopts__interim__budget_-_with_deep_cuts.html On the prison industry: ht
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans controlling the House pressed ahead Tuesday with slashing cuts to domestic programs far deeper than the cuts departments like Education, Interior and State are facing under an already painful round of automatic austerity.
Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security and the Pentagon would be spared under the plan approved by the House Appropriations Committee on a party-line vote, but legislation responsible for federal firefighting efforts and Indian health care would absorb a cut of 18 percent below legislation adopted in March.
At issue are deep agency budget cuts required under automatic across-the-board reductions that are the result of Washington being unable to agree of alternative ways to curb the deficit. This year, the cuts are being applied to domestic agencies and the Pentagon both; Tuesday's plan is for the 2014 budget year beginning Oct. 1 and restores cuts to the military while making cuts to domestic programs favored by Democrats even deeper.
Saturday, March 19, 2011 - 11PM ET. 8PM PT
Tonight’s Topic: Budget Cuts At What Cost? Join us "Live in the Vocal Booth" With The BKS1 Radio Team; Storm Norm “The General”, Trish aka "Super Woman", Chill Mr. Keep It Real, Smoov P, and Jeff aka Short Fuse The price of everything is escalating it seems, except incomes. Americans have watched their property values fall, their stocks plummet and their taxes go up. What happens when Communities and School districts have to cut budget’s to keep r
If you have only started to think about the budget problems this year, you are late to the game Shipmate. We are years in to it, and almost 2-yrs ago, as many were sobering up to the fact that the military was about to face a budget challenge not seen in a generation. Especially those who have seen this movie before, they knew that this one has the potential to be the most challenging seen in over half a century. For the full hour, our guest will be Col. Robert Killebrew, USA (Ret.)., using his article in the DEC 2011 Armed Forces Journal, Cutbacks & Crisis, as a starting point.
In addition to being a contributing editor at AFJ, among the many other things he had done at the time of the interview and since retirement, was writing and consulting on national defense issues as a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. Prior to his retirement from active duty he served for thirty years in a variety of Special Forces, infantry and staff duties. His assignments ranged included duty in Vietnam with MACVSOG, the Vietnamese Airborne Division, command in mechanized, air assault and airborne units, and staff positions in the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force, as director of plans, XVIII Airborne Corps, special assistant to the Chief of Staff of the Army, command of a deployed joint task force and as an instructor in strategy and policy at the Army War College.
This month’s theme is “How to Budget in This Era?” Our goal is to enrich you with wealthy information to change ones mindset on how you “NOW” view yourself according to data (Low, Medium, & Upper Class).
This weeks topic "I'm Wealthy Because" with special guest Mr. Shaun Tomblin
1. What do you consider being wealthy?
2. Do your income identify your economic status?
We're acknowledging "Purple" and "Pink" as it represents Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer all month along!!!
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