Blog/USA Current Events

Maximum Gift One Can Give Anyone in Business is $25

The hunt for money is absolutely destroying everything. The IRS has placed a maximum on the depreciation of assets. Any high-end cars over $40,000 must be paid for [...]

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Department of Justice

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced that it’s suspending a hugely controversial program that allows local police departments to keep a large portion of [...]

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Why Won't the Press Reveal What Hillary Has Done to Students & Families?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, we saved for years to pay for our children to have an education. But tuition has exploded in price making the average student now dependent [...]

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Obamacare Sucking up 10% of People's Income

  The latest studies show that Obamacare is sucking up 10% of people’s income. This is just not sustainable long-term and may not even be sustainable [...]

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Universities Sued for Consumer Fraud — Has Their Time Come?

Clark Moffatt went to law school to persue his dream job as a lawyer working in the American criminal justice system (like we really need more prosecutors). Nearly [...]

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Health Care Reaching its 51.6 Year Peak in 2017

COMMENT: You have discussed the growing threat of antibiotic resistance several times.  Sadly, I must confess, I am, in part, responsible for this trend. I am a [...]

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The Move to America — the Great Capital Migration

Something very interesting is unfolding. Included in the new year-end spending bill was a waiver of the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA), which [...]

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Can the Fed Limit the Fallout Globally?

QUESTION: Dear Marty, No one EVER asks about the consequences of emerging market debt in the global economy. Ms. Yellen stated today they are aware of out [...]

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The Fed & the Future

While everyone seems to be placing a huge question on whether the Fed will raise rates or not, the markets have already factored in the rate rise for some time. [...]

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Financial Instability & the Fed

The argument that the Fed should do nothing because it will be harder to correct a rate rise than to do nothing because there is no bubble anywhere, demonstrates [...]

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