Category Archives: Credit

The Real threat of Monitary Inflation

Most financial experts know that keeping the interest rates low and deficit spending high spells certain inflationary trends, as borrowing money is so cheap, it encourages expansion of the monetary supply and thus inflation.  We saw this recently with the Housing market bubble that burst just a few years ago.  People were feverishly buying houses […]


Financial Freedom in 7 steps.

Our entire financial system is based on debt and borrowing.  Mortgages are designed around the expectation that the properties value will always go up (and inflationary practices in governments and financial institutions almost insure this); credit cards are given out and limits increased to keep people at the edge of there ability to re-pay, and […]


7 Steps to Financilal Freedom.

We live in a society based on consumption and fueled by capitalism. Neither of which are necessarily bad at face value, but can often became enslaving and even destructive when mixed with greed and/or frivolity. Our entire financial system is based on the expectation of inflation: mortgages are designed around the expectation that the properties […]


The 6 accounts to good credit

First of all, what’s the whole point to having a good credit score? To borrow money of course. It may also help with setting up other accounts such as for TV or utilities, but they will just require a deposit if you don’t have good credit. The only real reason is to get good rates […]


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