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Personal Finance

Effectively Manage your Personal Finances Objectives Grow your personal wealth. Maintain a good Credit Score. Reduce your risk of financial hardship. The Facts Personal Financial Risk is increasing as managing personal finances becomes more and more complex in a...

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You are a Business of One

You are a Business of One

You are a “Business of One” Facts The median income for the US is around $50,000 per year. This means that in a 40 year career a typical person living in the US will earn around $2m in today’s money. Intuit’s study entitled “Intuit 2020 Report” indicated a trend that...

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New Study: 58% of Republicans say Colleges and Universities are Bad for Our Nation

New Study: 58% of Republicans say Colleges and Universities are Bad for Our Nation

The facts reported in this new study are absolutely the most important facts that have come across my desk in awhile.  The facts I'm talking about come from a new study by the Pew Research: Sharp Partisan Divisions in Views of National Institutions.  Republicans...

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Interesting New Term – Streaming Analytics

I just learned a new term – Streaming analytics. Apparently streaming analytics is the application of analytics to data while it’s in motion, and before it’s stored – and includes data manipulation, normalization, cleansing and pattern of interest detection. Streaming...

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New Term – Motive Attribution Asymmetry. Add this to “Confirmation Bias,” “Selective Perception,” and “Motivated Reasoning” as Reasons For Our Political Disfunction.

I found a new term, "Political Motive Attribution Asymmetry" that adds to, "Confirmation Bias," "Selective Perception," and "Motivated Reasoning" as the reason our political problems seem to be so intractable.  The term came from a Study called "Motive attribution...

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