When it comes to business, it may seem as though unrestricted and unrestrained businesses are those with the potential to provide the biggest boost to the economy. However, with proper and common-sense environmental regulations in place, the economy can grow at an even faster pace and, thanks to the inherently health-protecting nature of environmental conservation, boost the health of the local community, as well.… [Read more]
Today, the gig economy is all the rage, with more millennials opting for short-term “gigs” rather than long-term permanent work contracts. Also sometimes referred to as the freelance economy, the gig economy can be summarised as “an economy in which temporary, flexible jobs are commonplace, and companies tend toward hiring independent contractors and freelancers instead of full-time employees.”… [Read more]
Financial woes are burdening the majority of Americans, which is why it’s more important than ever for people to get their budgets on track.
If you’re a victim of today’s sluggish economy, then it’s time to turn things around by making your personal budget your top priority.
With money management in mind, here are just a few tips that will help you steady your budget and make your money last longer:
Personal Budgets and the Economy
If you’re still feeling the fallout from the financial crisis of late 2007 and 2008, you’re not alone.… [Read more]
The famous title line from “tough guy” actor, director, and GOP Convention empty chair talker Clint Eastwood is now for President Obama and Congressional Democrats to use against Right-wing foes bent upon driving the nation off yet another fiscal cliff.
Congressional Republicans want to allow dramatic across the board cuts under the sequester. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)… [Read more]
So now, in Federal Follies, we have the looming breakers denoting the “fiscal cliff”, which The Party of No tried to steer a campaign with to naught. This isn’t exactly Preikestolen, a picturesque, actual cliff, 604 meters (1,800 ft.) over a fjord. In Norway.
In a recent San Francisco Bay exercise of American Exceptionalism, billionaire Oracle software honcho Larry Ellison was several million bucks lighter after his latest multi-hull America’s Cup racing yacht flipped and tried turning into a submarine.… [Read more]
Our troops aren’t “important” enough to warrant a mention from Mitt Romney at the RNC, he says. Foreign policy is a “shiny object” by which Romney refuses to be distracted.
Fine, Mitt. Let’s talk about what you want to talk about: the economy. More specifically, let’s talk about how qualified you are, or aren’t, to make crucial economic decisions and formulate economic policies on a national scale.… [Read more]
Even if we don’t understand all of the details, we’re familiar with how the economy works. People earn money by working, they spend that money on goods and services or invest it in businesses. In either case the majority of that money received by businesses goes towards paying wages, purchasing capital, and paying various forms of rent and leases.… [Read more]