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Today we get our first glimpse at what the true cost of the Health Care Reform bill will actually cost America. This morning AT&T gave us the first Billion Dollar Red Flag.  According to their filing with the SEC, AT&T will take a $1 Billion dollar non-cash charge expense recorded against their f...
Posted about 4 years ago
So what comes next for Interest Rates, and the housing industry? This is the $64,000 question (actually given today's hyper spending maybe that should be $64 Million Question). The last couple days have seen a significant spike in interest rates, and there are a number of reasons, but they all ev...
Posted about 4 years ago
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Here is one example of how universal health care will play out. A business partner of mine owns several tanning centers. Each of the salons does just enough business to put him in the category of mandatory health insurance for his employees. To go with this, his industry is also now required to p...
Posted about 4 years ago
I saw this posted as a comment to one of Lane's blogs, and found it very succinct.  Unfortunately, I ran it through Snopes, and the author has denied ownership.  Apparently it can be traced back to a slightly different version that was a letter to the editor at the Chicago Tribune in 2001.  It st...
Posted about 4 years ago
I sure wish I could claim this as an original material analogy, but it comes from an Economics Professor at the University of Georgia, and I only saw it as an outsider's comment so I could not Re-blog it in the author's name.  I believe this is the best explanation available to bring true underst...
Posted about 4 years ago
Here is an interesting way to look at the long term success potential for the White House's Making Home Affordable Modification Program.  I previously covered the problems associated with the actual number of permanent modifications, and the frustration faced by those hoping for such a modificati...
Posted about 4 years ago
Here is an interesting way to look at the long term success potential for the White House's Making Home Affordable Modification Program.  I previously covered the problems associated with the actual number of permanent modifications, and the frustration faced by those hoping for such a modificati...
Posted about 4 years ago
As a result of the Financial Crisis/Credit Meltdown/Real Estate Bubble etc., the Federal Government has spent approximately 10% of our countries total GDP annually for nearly 2 years now in an effort to "ease the crisis."  So what have we gotten for our investment? Currently we are told unemploym...
Posted about 4 years ago
I heard on the radio this morning that today is one of those anniversaries of something I would normally never think about. It turns out that March 15, 1985 is the date of the registration for the first Dot Com ever. It was launched by a computer manufacturer in Cambridge, MA (of course they have...
Posted about 4 years ago
I heard on the radio this morning that today is one of those anniversaries of something I would normally never think about. It turns out that March 15, 1985 is the date of the registration for the first Dot Com ever. It was launched by a computer manufacturer in Cambridge, MA (of course they have...
Posted about 4 years ago
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The views, and opinions expressed here represent the personal views, and opinions of Ron Brown. They are not necessarily the views of First Mortgage Company, and should not be construed as being so. They are for informative purposes only, and any persons reading them are encouraged to research there current relevance, and timeliness before taking any action.