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The start of a New Year provides the perfect opportunity for each of us to set some new personal finance goals for our lives. This is critically important if we ever want to accomplish our hopes, goals & dreams for our lives. Why? Because the vast majority of our goals are dependent on money to achieve them. Not money itself but the lifestyle or financial freedom that is a result of achieving our financial goals.
Therefore, it is essential that we take control of our personal finances, control our spending, improve our financial literacy and start working on achiveing our financial goals.
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Tonight we're starting the first of a new recurring bi-monthly series we call, "The Complete Fiscal Condition." Are you better off today than you were six years ago? I know I'm not. Nor are nearly 3MM other Americans once in the workforce and today, six years later, are not. Still President Obama uses a Ronald Reagan question to answer an obvious economic Obamaism. The rich are better off. They got a bank bailout, then they began foreclosing on the middle class.
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Have you been hearing the term "Fiscal Cliff" since the election? Join my co-host Raneisha T and I as we discuss the Fiscal Cliif that could send us into another recession or even a depression. We will break down the meaning of Fiscal Cliff in Lehman's terms and give the history of the Fiscal Cliff. This is important to every American as this will surely affect all of us. Know whats going on by tuning in this Thursday December 13, 2012 @ 6:30PM EST.
What is truly going on with the US congress? What is on the table to help the american working class when it comes to the 48 hour deadline that needs to be made. Its not a Republican issue nor an Democrat issue. Its a american issue and i will discuss why it is so important to not only get this fiscal cliff resolve but to work on getting debt crisis we are in finally control. DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS SHOW!!!
This week we will be discussing the fiscal responsobilites of government. As many of you well know, time and time again our government has failed miserably when it comes to being fiscally responsible. We will discuss what many of you will find to be daunting facts about my state's, Louiaiana, lack of fiscal responsobility. Louiaiana has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on things that would make any fiscal conservative cringe. We will discuss such topis as the Federal Reserve, federal spending, the deficit, the national debt etc. As always your call in's are more than welcome.
Join our panelist live every Thursday from SW Center Mall 11am begins seating. Our panelist includes: Roddrick West, Alfred Walker, Rickey D. Hill, Tiffany Wingo, Crystal Bates, Faye Hill, Ce Ce Moreland, Beth Peterson, Deedra Walker-Penney, LaShanda Lewis and Christopher Henderson, and Rickey Hill.
Stephanie Kelton, Chair of the Economics Department at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, cites Marriner Eccles – FDR's Fed Chair – in this concise explanation of the (John)Taylor rule for fiscal policy. Links here.
Clipped from Stephanie Kelton's October hour-long conversation with Jay Ackroyd. Complete episode here.
For a number of years now, the Federal Reserve has been saying that they would back away from their "strategy" of virtually free money for big banks and rich people once the economy started to improve. One of the key indicators of improvement was when unemployment dropped below 6%. It is officially at 5.9%, but not a comment out of the Fed. The Fed knows as the rest of us do, that the number essentially means nothing. It is meaningless against the backdrop of the decline in the labor force participation rate and the swing from full time to part time jobs.
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