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A Purple Treasury on Etsy

When the maker was a little girl her parents asked her what she would like as a new color paint for her bedroom and she said purple.   372 more words

News

'Don't Waste Our Money On This!' leaflet re Hinkley C

500 copies of this leaflet were handed out to people entering and leaving the Treasury building in London, on Tuesday 30th June and Thursday 1st July 2015: 14 more words

Independence Day is near. It’s time for a full Media Blitz to expose the Truth.

Independence Day is near but the Really Big Firework could happen in August or September.  If Judge Sweeney “GRANTS” all of the Motions to Remove the Protected Information Designation, I hope we see a full Media Blitz from all angles! 933 more words

Freddie Mac

15th Straight Week; Treasury Debt Mysteriously Frozen

(CNSNews.com) – The portion of the federal debt that is subject to a legal limit set by Congress closed Friday, June 26, at $18,112,975,000,000, according to the latest Daily Treasury Statement, which was published at 4:00 p.m. 815 more words

Financial Collapse

Treasury Papers Reveal Abbott Government’s Hypocrisy Over Superannuation Tax Concessions

The Treasury’s has revealsed the Abbott Government’s hypocrisy over superannuation tax concessions by confirming it was considering reforms. The information was obtained by means of a Freedom of Information request. 269 more words

Australian News

Sound Reasoning: Greg Smith has a novel proposal for improving property taxes

I noted a particularly praiseworthy suggestion for reforming property taxes in the Australian Financial Review of June 26. The proposal came from Greg Smith, a former senior officer in the Australian Treasury and one whose knowledge of tax and tax reform is equal, I think, to that of former secretary Ken Henry. 155 more words

Benefits

Government urged not to rush through annuity changes

The Government is being urged not to rush through plans to allow an extra five million pensioners to sell their annuities for cash, amid fears that people could be put at risk. 214 more words