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Rehearsing for Retirement

Try living as a “retiree” for a month or two before you commit to leaving your career.

Imagine if you could preview your retirement in advance. 1,003 more words

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The Third Mountains and Beyond

The risk with trying to step into an unknown territory is that you have to be ready to confront many questions from just about everybody, and if you don’t have answers to all the questions you don’t get the support you need, which can be quite frustrating, especially if you are convinced that the idea you want to implement would work and all you were looking for was that ’yes’ from the people. 980 more words

Obama Presidency Has Lowest Average 1stQ GDP Growth of Any President on Record

CNS News — Even if you leave out the first quarter of 2009—when the recession that started in December 2007 was still ongoing–President Barack Obama has presided over the lowest average first-quarter GDP growth of any president who has served since 1947, which is the earliest year for which the Bureau of Economic Analysis has calculated quarterly GDP growth. 80 more words


"Is Rubio Really Hillary’s ‘Nightmare’?": If This Is Her Nightmare, Hillary Is Getting A Good Night’s Sleep

Well, 14 more Republicans announced their candidacies, but clearly, Marco Rubio was the It Boy on the Republican side this week. It started last weekend with… 1,084 more words


FORGET GDP: Here's the new way Wall Street is measuring the US economy - MYLES UDLAND MAY 30, 2015, 6:00 AM

Move over GDP, GDI is the new and improved way everyone is measuring the economy.

GDP, or gross domestic product, is the most widely-cited measure for the economy’s overall health and trajectory. 224 more words



Politicians, celebrities, Talk radio hosts, college professors, bankers, and business tycoons, religious scholars, and various other credible sources tell us it is coming. The Holy Bible even speaks about it in the Book of Revelation. 51 more words


From BBC: US economy shrank in first quarter

The US economy shrank 0.7% in the first three months of 2015, compared to the same period last year.

The Bureau of Economic Analysis significantly revised down its earlier economic growth estimate of 0.2%. 229 more words

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