The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label costs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label costs. Show all posts

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Forecast for holiday retail sales down as American’s spending most of their money on rent and Obamacare

We have already seen 3rd quarter retail numbers crash on Wall Street as companies like Macy’s, Fossil, and Nordstrom’s came in with double digit revenue declines, leading many analysts to forecast a bad holiday retail season leading up to Christmas and the end of the year.  But the reality is that the consumer is spending much less on things like apparel and other discretionary items because they are being bogged down with much higher costs in both rents and healthcare.
The Fed loves to discount inflationary numbers that are tied to consumers and the general economy, and instead prop up deflation within the sphere of Wall Street assets and commodities.  And if the real rate of inflation was correctly reported for the entire economy, it would not be languishing at the 2% number the Fed is using to justify their monetary policies, but along the lines of 8-10% per month in vital areas such as food, education, healthcare, and housing.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Besides Obamacare premiums, Medicare monthly costs set to rise by 34%

There are several truths in life… death, taxes, and the inability of Congress to pass legislation that is actually beneficial to the American people.  And with our welfare and benefit system growing from a safety net scheme 70 years ago, to now a massive boondoggle encompassing nearly two-thirds of the entire annual budget, eventually something had to crack, and it is coming this time in potentially new increased costs for Medicare premiums for those stuck in fixed incomes.
Nearly a third of the roughly 50 million elderly Americans who depend on Medicare for their physician care and other health services could see their premiums jump by 52 percent or more next year. That’s because of a quirk in the law that punishes wealthier beneficiaries and others any time the Social Security Administration fails to boost the annual cost of living adjustment.
Unless Congress or Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell intervenes, an estimated 15 million seniors, first-time beneficiaries or those currently claiming dual Medicare and Medicaid coverage will see their premiums jump from $104.90 per month to $159.30 for individuals, according to an analysis by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. Higher-income couples would pay multiples of that increase. - Yahoo Finance


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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Healthcare Fail: U.S. system considered the worst though it costs the most

Even without the implementation of Obamacare, the American healthcare system has been on the decline for several years.  And as with most government managed systems, which includes both education and the Veterans Administration, the cost of America’s healthcare is the highest costing in the developed world, while being the worst for treatment and care.


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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The dying college and university model

As costs for college and university eduction has skyrocketed over the past decade, student loan eligibility has gotten easier for young adults.  The paradigm Americans have over borrowing for today without considering tomorrow's future is leaving the next generation with debts that will affect their choices for decades to come.

So with this being said, and the statistical no-win scenario of further education, coupled with dwindling job opportunities and falling wages, the old model of needing a college Degree to have a good lifestyle is dying in society as the cost of eduction itself, not the lack of opportunities, is what is killing the future of the next generations.

A recent infograph study by Online College News shows exactly how the unsustainable cost of higher education is no longer a viable solution to ensuring a good future in a career, or lifestyle.