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Escape From America
Doug Casey interviews Peter Schiff. Their conversation covers a range of issues: gold, the validity of the US dollar, the Federal Reserve system, and the Schiff family's fight with the IRS (28:50)
Cash is King
Anything from a power failure to a computer glitch can take out the debit card readers. So many people never carry any cash on them and would be out of luck...
Why Do People Buy Homes At The Top End Of Their Budget?
Survival preparedness begins with common sensibility and an understanding of where and how we fit within the world around us. Unfortunately, many, and I mean many, people apparently do not ‘get it’...
5 Specific Steps to Protect Your Wealth!
You see, America is speeding toward a fiscal cliff. Barring a miracle, our economy will fall head-first into the fiscal meat grinder this coming January 1...
Develop Sources Of Income Not Dependent On U.S. Buyers
This strategy will be simple for some, harder for others. The idea being that you should diversify your income. Instead of collecting a paycheck from one U.S.-based employer, become self-employed so that you have many clients supporting you...
40 Items to Barter in a Post-Collapse World
Do you know how to barter? In preparedness circles, the term barter is used lot when describing a post SHTF situation when goods and services may no longer be available through normal channels...
Pros and Cons of a Life-Savings in Preps vs a 401K
I thought it would be interesting to compare my strategy, a life-savings in preparedness items, versus a life-savings in a 401K. Let me clarify. It’s not like I spend all of my money on preps, just as much as I can! So, here’s my list…
Exchange Your Money for Physical Goods
Why hoard dollar bills if they’re all going to go up in smoke? The answer is… you shouldn’t. Much better to exchange the dollars you earn for physical goods.
The Thrifty Prepper
One thing that I have a gift for that may be of some use to readers are my skills with shopping. By utilizing coupons and watching sales, I have been able to rapidly build up a stockpile.
10 Critical Ways To Prepare Your Family Financially For The Economic Collapse
When most folks talk about prepping, they think of storing food, water and other staples. However, prepping your finances is key to long term survival. In the below, we cover the 10 Ways To Prepare Your Family Financially For The Economic Collapse...
Create a Budget
One tool that can assist you with that is a well thought out budget. A budget is basically a roadmap of your financial life. It allows you to plan your expenses so that you don’t spend more money than you have coming in...
Be Your Own Boss: 37 Side Hustle Ideas
Today, I want to round out those posts by offering a list of concrete side hustle ideas for guys who need more specific inspiration on what kind of “microbusiness” to create...
How much money should you put into prepping?
If you are on a tight budget, you might want to set aside a set amount of money each month for prepping. Then prioritize the goods and supplies that you need, buying the more essential items first.
Survival Cash For After The Disaster
After a disaster or a deflationary economic collapse, CASH will be King… for awhile.
8 Crazy Simple Budgeting Strategies
So instead of such a dreary approach to food budgeting, George has been noodling some more interesting ways to make ends meet. How about eight simple budgeting strategies?
Many Americans have no emergency fund
The number of people with no money saved for emergencies has risen to 28 percent, up from 24 percent a year ago, according to Bankrate's Financial Security Index.
Coming up with Cash for Prepping
The previous month has been tight budget wise. To find additional funds to add to the prepping budget, we went on a “No spending week.” Here is what we did...
20 Reasons Why America’s Next Bank Holiday Will Be a Nightmare
Keep plenty of well-hidden cash at home. Be prepared for times for when anything other than greenback cash or perhaps silver coins will be eyed with suspicion, or rejected outright.
Financial Preparedness – The Importance of a Monthly Budget
All the supplies in the world won’t help you if you are lambasted by your bank or the IRS and evicted from your home because you couldn’t make ends meet and pay your bills...
The Art Of Bartering
Knowing the value of the services you provide or an item you are willing to trade for something else is a sort of art form of sorts. Everyone in a bartering system is trying to get the maximum value in trade for their services or items...
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