Is Wal-Mart Getting into Banking?

Wal-mart is often on the cutting edge of sales, working to streamline and somehow wring a few more pennies out of each sale. And for good reason, with 200 million customers a week, a penny per customer multiplies to 2 million dollars a week or over … [Read more...]

Protect Yourself from the Effects of FATCA

How will the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) impact you? In an attempt to wring every last tax dollar out of Americans the Obama administration enacted FATCA into law on March 18th, 2010. With its 30% withholding Tax, it sent shock … [Read more...]

London Olympics Fueled Aussie Supporter Spending

Spending Trends- The Olympic Games were an impressive spectacle in London over the last few weeks and analysts predict that it will create world-wide spending ripples.  For instance, the jolliness is expected to contribute $2.6-billion into the … [Read more...]

Trends: Sharing Credit Card Complaint Data

Searching for a new credit card can often feel overwhelming. From 0% APR cards to no fee balance transfer cards, there are so many companies to choose from. How can you know which card is the right one? Tracking Credit Card Complaints What if just … [Read more...]

Interview with David Stockman

Editor's Note: In today's interview Alex Daly talks with former Reagan budget director David Stockman about Austerity, the FED, housing, debt, the economy, the stock market, bonds, and much more.  Here are a few of David's excellent quotes from … [Read more...]

Where to invest in 2012

2012 has been a tough year for people around the world. With the European debt crisis and high unemployment rates in the U.S., it is hard to decide where to invest to keep your money safe and to earn some interest without getting yourself into … [Read more...]

Doug Casey: A Eurocrash Is Baked in the Cake

Euro-Crash In an interview with Louis James, world traveler and legendary speculator Doug Casey makes a compelling case for becoming a "permanent tourist" to be best able to survive the coming economic crash. Louis James: So Doug, you're off to … [Read more...]

What Is Factoring Accounts Receivable?

Factoring Accounts Receivable Factoring is a means for a company to raise money without involving a bank in the process and it does not involve getting more debt. It is actually selling an asset owned by the company, i.e. their accounts receivable. … [Read more...]

Commerce is Going Mobile

Mobile Commerce According to Wikipedia- Mobile Commerce, also known as M-Commerce or mCommerce, is the ability to conduct commerce using a mobile device, such as a mobile phone, a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), a smartphone, or other emerging … [Read more...]

European debt crisis

European Debt Crisis: Portugal's Bailout, One Year Later -- Were You Prepared in Advance? Many analysts had opinions before the bailout, but no one was talking about the most important indicator Make no mistake: The stakes for financial and … [Read more...]