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Rendering unto Caesar

 

February 3 is the Anniversary of the Income Tax. Originally sold to the public as a scheme to soak the rich (Where have we heard this before? See our 1/9/13 Blog “Over the Fiscal Cliff Again”), it soon became apparent that the rich alone could not support our expansive government. Now 144 million Income Tax returns are filed and Americans pay over a trillion dollars every year…

Tax Free Debt Forgiveness

 

It’s that time of year again. Creditors who have forgiven debts are sending out IRS Form 1099’s for the amount of the debt forgiveness. And people are wondering if they are going to be taxed on their debt forgiveness.

The answer for most people is No. The reason is that even the Congress and the IRS know that you can’t get blood out of a turnip. So if your assets (less hom…

Financial Freedom Lessons from Dr. King

              On January 19 the country will celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, an Emancipator who, like Abraham Lincoln, became a martyr to freedom. And, like Abraham Lincoln, Dr. King’s life had many lessons for those looking to achieve financial freedom.

The first thing we can learn is that freedom is worth a sacrifice. Dr. King was reviled, threatened, and…

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Avoiding Debt Traps

              The richest man who ever lived, King Solomon, famously warned that “the borrower is slave to the lender”.

How true. But those of us who are not counted among the wealthy are nevertheless forced to deal with debt as we make our way through the modern world. Debt is not a sin, as the Bible gives instructions on how to have debt but not, for example, on how to…

Emancipation Day

            January 2 is Emancipation Day, marking the  anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation which started the ball rolling to free all Americans from slavery.

Our organization, the Emancipation Network, takes its name from the Emancipation Proclamation and we also strive to free Americans from slavery. Debt slavery.

The author of the Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham…

Looking Forward to a New Year

It’s that time of year again. When people take stock of their lives and list their bad habits. Then make resolutions which they don’t keep.

 

But the truth is, you can make real changes in your life. You can do it at any time, but New Year’s is as good a time as any.

 

The first step in taking control of your life is to move beyond the past. Yes, we all have mad…

Hope for Christmas

The last five years have been hard on average people. Household income has declined about 5% while living costs are up far more than the official inflation number (Transportation 17%, health insurance 15%, fruit and vegetables 18%, household products 27%). No wonder that a full 18% of Americans believe that they will never get out of debt during their lifetime.

We at Emancipation Network ar…

Red Christmas

Those of us who have experienced financial difficulties have had to learn how to enjoy the Christmas season even though our finances are in the red. A red Christmas.

Yes, it is hard to look past your own troubles, especially when everyone else seems to have plenty of money and a carefree existence. But Christmas is a good time to remember that there is more to life than money, and there is…