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Monthly Archives: February 2012
If you’re like me, you probably hate anything and everything to do about taxes. Even the mention of the word sends shivers up and down the spine. Generally speaking, I don’t want to understand them. They are complicated, boring, and … Continue reading
Banks routinely gouge their customers out of 1% or more on transacted amounts whenever they exchange one currency into another. Time to cut out the spread? Beacon Reports examined the alternatives to convert currency through the online discount foreign exchange … Continue reading
Reuters recently reported that Mitsubishi UFJ Financial has drawn up contingency plans to rid itself of long-term Japanese Government Bonds (JGBs) should the nation’s current account slip into deficit. MUFJ expects the current account may slide into deficit in 2016, … Continue reading