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Book Review: ‘How David Beats Goliath: Access To Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms’ by Michael J. Swanson

How David Beats Goliath

Swanson believes in the work of trial attorneys so much that he penned an entire book to help them steer clear of financial troubles. Read More »

Five Things to Consider Before Buyiing an Apple Device for the Holidays

apple-christmas-sales

Are you thinking about picking up a new Apple device for the holidays? If so, these considerations can help you save major bucks. Read More »

Oregon’s Ballot Measure 86: Shock Doctrine Comes as Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Trojan Horse

Measure 86 is proposing that the government of Oregon change its constitution to allow the state to go into debt to banks. Read More »

‘Commitment to Change’ College Scholarship for Federal Prisoners

prisoner-education

The scholarship covers tuition and books for one federal prisoner to take one course at the regionally accredited Adams State University. Read More »

Comparisons Make Everything Look Smaller

comparison

When we compare ourselves to others, the tendency to seek out their faults leads us to examine our own, and we end up doubly dissatisfied. Read More »

Reverse Culture Shock: Customer Service in the U.S. is Ridiculous

customer-experience-matters

If you want my business, try the novel idea of actually conducting one. Read More »

Mt. Gox, Bitcoin, and the Magic Bank

Mt. Gox Bank - A Bad Idea

There is a commonly held misconception that Mt. Gox was an obscure reference to some Japanese financial pillar or mountain in much the same way Bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto was supposedly named, but that's just a fantasy, which is what Mt. Gox is really named after. Read More »

Prison Money: How Prisoners Can Intelligently Invest Their Money for the Future

money

Prisoner services companies help incarcerated individuals establish credit so they can re-enter society on a decent financial footing. Read More »

Betting on Bitcoin

Las Vegas

Two Las Vegas casinos are now accepting Bitcoins, following in the footsteps of online gambling sites. Read More »

Too Many in UK Addicted to Credit

Bad Addiction Credit

The Government may be talking recovery and growth, but there's a growing debt crisis, and the responsibility for reducing debt remains with the individual. Read More »