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Thanks to the Internet, we now have such applications as peer-to-peer file sharing, peer-to-peer tech support, and peer-to-peer fundraising. A new online activity that’s gaining traction among small businesses is peer-to-peer lending.  Read more


For most businesses, the annual budget is a key planning document, reflecting the organization’s growth projections and its decisions around resource allocation. But a growing number of decision makers and financial experts are questioning the usefulness of the traditional annual budget.  Read more


In The Real Crash, Peter D. Schiff argues that America is enjoying a government-inflated bubble, one that reality will explode . . . with disastrous consequences for the economy and for each of us.

You might be thinking everything’s okay: the stock market is on the rise, jobs are growing, the worst of it is over.

You’d be wrong.

Schiff demonstrates how the infusion of billions of dollars of stimulus money has only dug a deeper hole: the United States government simply spends too much and does not collect enough money to pay its debts, and in the end, Americans from all walks of life will face a crushing consequence.

We’re in hock to China, we can’t afford the homes we own, and the entire premise of our currency—backed by the full faith and credit of the United States—is false. Our system is broken, Schiff says, and there are only two paths forward.  The one we’re on now leads to a currency and sovereign debt crisis that will utterly destroy our economy and impoverish the vast majority of our citizens.

However, if we change course, the road ahead will be a bit rockier at first, but the final destination will be far more appealing.  If we want to avoid complete collapse, we must drastically reduce government spending—eliminate entire agencies, end costly foreign military escapades and focus only on national defense—and stop student loan or mortgage interest deductions, as well as drug wars and bank-and-business bailouts. We must also do what no politician or pundit has proposed: America should declare bankruptcy, restructure its debts, and reform our system from the ground up.

Persuasively argued and provocative, The Real Crash explains how we got into this mess, how we might get out of it, and what happens if we don’t. And, with wisdom born from having predicted the Crash of 2008, Peter Schiff explains how to protect yourself, your family, your money, and your country against what he predicts.

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A recent inquiry by a government watchdog agency found that of the $4 billion disbursed by the federal government for smaller banks to increase small business lending, well over half was used by the banks to repay their federal TARP obligations instead of providing loans to small businesses. Read more


Even years after graduation, many American college graduates are left with heavy financial burden from cumulative student loans. A new report by the New York Federal Reserve underscores how college debt has taken an economic toll, causing young student loan borrowers refrain from auto and home purchases. Read more

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Chief executives at many of the largest U.S. companies have grown increasingly pessimistic in recent months, citing economic uncertainty stemming from the looming “fiscal cliff” as a key reason for scaling back hiring plans and cutting spending for the short-term future. Read more

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Plus: Rethinking Outsourcing, Supervisors Blocking Lean, Rules that Sabotage Corporate Culture, Pre-Fab Sustainability, the Risk of Spain Defaulting and Getting Rid of Job Interviews. Read more

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