Publishes New Blog Posts about Financial Matters

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Other than death and taxes there aren’t many certainties in life..., a site which is dedicated to helping readers navigate through all manner of personal finance issues, has released several new blog posts, including “A Lie Is Not A Lie,” “The Check Is In the Mail” and “Managing Your Assets.”

“Other than death and taxes there aren’t many certainties in life,” the author writes. The author postulates that this statement is the very foundation upon which the United States was built. This subject, as explored in the post, “A Lie Is Not A Lie,” discusses the belief that absolute sureties in life are few. It is for this reason the nation as a whole would be wise to shore up resources in preparation for the future. Individuals as well ought to take advantage of the freedoms afforded them by the government and explore their own avenues to prosperity. The author discusses ways in which to do this.

In “The Check Is In the Mail,” the author explores the difficulties involved in loan repayment. He submits that Uncle Sam is not exempt from these universal truths. He offers solutions for lawmakers looking to display a higher level of accountability when making fiscal decisions. “I am amazed at how big government has gotten, not only at the Federal level, but at every step of the way including city, county and state. The size of the promises that these entities have made are enormous.”

Managing Your Assets” serves as a comprehensible crash course in financial liquidity. The author explains the stance that a truly fiscal sound status is achieved via acquisition of a combination of the two: “Financial well being requires a mixture of liquid and non-liquid assets for individuals, families, and businesses.” He offers basic guidelines one should follow to achieve this outcome.

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