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Is This Uranium Bull Market For Real?

Is This Uranium Bull Market For Real? Source: Flickr In light of Toshiba’s recent proposed acquisition of Westinghouse Electric from the government-owned British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL), historians may be reminded of former Westinghouse Chairman Robert Kirby’s litigious international outcry and prolonged battle over secretive and illegal price manipulation by a global uranium cartel. In the

Long Distance Relationships Suffer During Troop Deployment

Long Distance Relationships Suffer During Troop Deployment Source: Flickr Marriage is an unheralded victim of war – especially when husbands and wives are still struggling to build a healthy relationship when the military partner is re-assigned. A long distance relationship then ensues which is a delicate balance of two people’s emotions, expectations and trust. A

{If you are a third time offender of a DUI offense, you can be fined up to about $1,500 to $2500, plus your driving privileges will be revoked for a year after which you will also be mandated to use ignation interlock mechanism for another year

{If you are a third time offender of a DUI offense, you can be fined up to about $1,500 to $2500, plus your driving privileges will be revoked for a year after which you will also be mandated to use ignation interlock mechanism for another year Source: Flickr {When it comes to driving under the

Risks involved in buying Timeshares

Risks involved in buying Timeshares Source: Flickr Buying Timeshares can be rewarding for many people. It might a money wheel for some. Last but not the least; it can be a profitable investment for many. But the story doesn’t end here itself. While many people may reap the rich benefits of timeshares there are several

Writing Made Them Rich #2

Writing Made Them Rich #2 Source: Flickr Charles Dickens was born in Portsea, England, in 1812. His father was a clerk in the Navy Pay Office, stationed at Portsmouth. Although his job was well paid, his father had a weakness for spending money and spent much of his life in chronic bankruptcy. In 1824, when

IRA Distribution Mistakes–How to Blow your Retirement Money

IRA Distribution Mistakes–How to Blow your Retirement Money Source: Flickr With the population aging and over 4000 people a day being forced to take IRA distributions (such distributions are mandatory by April 1 after reaching age 70 1/2), mistakes in taking IRA distributions can total in the billions. Yet, because people have had no prior

Second Fiddle

Second Fiddle Source: Flickr Direct Answers – Column for the week of October 25, 2004 I have been seeing a married man for the past nine months. He is unhappy but says he is not ready to leave his kids. They have a teenage daughter and a grown son, who is hers from a previous

Drafting a will

Drafting a will Source: Flickr As one progresses to the threshold of old age, worries and anxieties seem to grip more tightly. Not a second goes when the thought of one’s family especially children take a leave. The very thought of what will happen next clutches the person and this makes his present life a

Should You Get A Mortgage Now?

Should You Get A Mortgage Now? Source: Flickr It’s never a good sign when your home loan company files for bankruptcy. Sadly, that’s just what’s happening to many sub-prime mortgage lenders these days. Mortgage rates are low right now (about 5.5% – 6% for a 15-year fixed interest loan at the time of this writing),

Roth Ira Distributions At Death: Pitfalls To Avoid

Roth Ira Distributions At Death: Pitfalls To Avoid One of the most attractive features of a Roth IRA is the ability to control the timing of the eventual required distributions. However, this ability mandates the withdrawals to be made within a prescribed set of rules. The distribution advantages of a Roth IRA extend beyond the

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