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Disarming the Money System

 

Everyone seeking to escape Debt Bondage must overcome the Money System to achieve true financial freedom.

 

We define the Money System as a system of beliefs, actions, institutions, customs, and attitudes built around the power of Money. The purpose to which the power of Money is directed is the taking of the productive efforts of Borrowers through interest and other…

Mom’s Recipe for Financial Freedom

This Sunday we celebrate our mothers and all of the wisdom they tried to impart us.

Now that we’re grown up perhaps we can use some of that wisdom in our fight for financial freedom. Some things to remember:

“Take out the Trash” –Mom’s subtle way of telling you that nothing good happens without hard work.
“Share with Your Sister” –Giving produces good returns at home,…

The Morning Star Laid Low

This week we will have one of the best opportunities of the year to view the planet Mercury.

Mercury is one of the “Seven Planets” which were visible to the ancients. The fourth day of the week, Wednesday, is named in English after the Norse god corresponding to Roman Mercury and Greek Hermes. The planet Mercury is symbolic of Satan in the Star Bible and is mentioned in a passage in t…

Fixing Your Credit Score

            People are always asking us how to fix a broken credit score.

The first thing you should do is get a copy of your credit report. You can get a free report once a year from the three major credit bureaus at annualcreditreport.com. Credit reports often contain errors and you have a right to dispute incorrect information. The creditor which provided the incorrect…

Toxic Banking Conveniences

            We live in a time when technology has made banking much more convenient. But few people realize the risks that come with the convenience.

Online banking is a good example. You can pay your bills from your living room. However, a hacker can pay his bills from Russia with your money. It is true that you might be able to recover your stolen funds from the bank after a few…

Scamming the Poor

            Every year we see a new crop of people who have been robbed by scammers preying on the poor.

 

Most scammers target the rich because they have more money. These types of schemes often feature phony investments. Examples include non-existent oil wells, worthless companies, useless inventions, and underwater (literally) real estate. The biggest scam of all tim…

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National Panic Week

Tax filing time is upon us once again.

 

Millions of Americans are suddenly realizing that the dreaded April 15 deadline is next Monday. Its National Panic Week.

 

The Panic can be particularly acute for people struggling with debt burdens and unexpected tax liabilities. So lets review some tax wise ideas which we hope can help relieve t…

Keep Hope Alive This Easter

                Some years ago we counseled with a young man who considered suicide because of a $5,000 debt. That’s when we learned that its not the amount of debt that matters, it’s the burden of the debt on the soul.

Studies show that hard economic times are being blamed for a 31% increase in suicide from 1999 to 2010. Since the beginning of the 2008 recession mor…

Taxing the Wrong Stuff

 

Income tax is bad enough, but some folks end up paying tax on the wrong stuff. Don’t pay tax on income that is not taxable. Some Examples:

 

1. Employer provided Health Insurance is not taxable

2. Gifts and inheritances received are not subject to income tax.

3. Interest on most state and local bonds is exempt from tax.

4. Child Support payments are tax…