"Debt" Blogs & Blog Posts

Financial Blog OnlineFinancial Blog Online

Get Financial news and financial updates from financial blog online.

 
Finance News ProFinance News Pro

Finance news and business news from financenewspro.com. Also get breaking n...

 
Money Saving Challenge - Money Saving IdeasMoney Saving Challenge - Money Saving Ideas

Within this blog you will not only find many practical money saving ideas, ...

 
Money as Debt also Known as CreditMoney as Debt also Known as Credit

An analysis of money as it is being created and abused as a monopoly by cen...

 
Public Debts for Vested Interest PaymentsPublic Debts for Vested Interest Payments

An analysis of the national debt as the most heinous mechanism inflicted on...

 
Harrington Brooks Personal Finance NewsHarrington Brooks Personal Finance News

Harrington Brooks Personal Finance for debt news as well as tips and tricks...

 


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According to the Australian Treasury: “On 28 November 2016 the Government released its response to the Review of the Small Amount Credit Contract laws.The Draft Bill implements the Government’s response to the Review.”According to the Australia...

.....and the Dow Jones Index indicated that financiers and big business might be seriously worried about possibly higher than expected interest rates, rising national debt and the size of the US federal budget deficit Tr...

The Guardian, 17 January 2018:Centrelink has given companies accused of exploitation and misconduct direct access to welfare recipients’ money through its automated debit system.The companies were granted access to the Centrepay system, which...

As of 5 January 2018 Australian Government public debt stood at an est. $515.6 billion at face value. Six months earlier this debt had stood at est. $500.9 billion. So government debt continues to grow.This early January 2018 public debt breaks down...

The last 40 years has seen a steady rise of deficit-hawking, in which the world's postwar social safety nets are shredded because the state "can't afford" them -- think of all the times you've heard of national debt being money that "the taxpayers" w...

In 2016, the Obama DoJ issued guidance to US courts telling them to cease the practice of levying fines on poor people that exceeded their means to pay, especially fines for failure to pay earlier fines. This week, Trump Attorney General Jeff Session...

As of 30 June 2017 approximately 515,437 debtors owed the NSW State Debt Recovery Office a whopping $839,762,236 as a result of 2,524,845 fines being generated.The nature of these fines range from penalty notices (e.g. parking fines) through to court...