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Tax loophole on yachts as 2nd homes under fire
http://www.sfgate.com/business/article/Tax-loophole-on-yachts-as-2nd-homes-under-fire-5175449.php
Tax loophole on yachts as 2nd homes under fire Kent Webb plans to write off part of the interest he pays to finance what he considers his second home, a luxury fishing boat named the Moonlighter. Calling such tax breaks loopholes for the wealthy, The average boat loan is for $49,000 and more

The Internet Of Things - Your Next Big Investment Opportunity In Technology
http://seekingalpha.com/article/1967441-the-internet-of-things-your-next-big-investment-opportunity-in-technology
The charts below represent the gains you would have experienced had you bought AAPL, ARMH, AMT and GOOG in January 2010 (a full 8 years after the BlackBerry had become a household name). (click to enlarge) Chart Courtesy of Yahoo! Finance. It is not

Some options for mortgage shoppers
http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/01/25/3890552/some-options-for-mortgage-shoppers.html
According to Smith, this allows a sharing or “blending” of household finances and can produce a lower overall debt-to-income ratio if the non-occupant co-borrower has a strong financial profile. Another option: The Federal Housing Administration (FHA

FOMC, Yellen, Obama's Address, Egypt: Week Ahead Jan. 25-Feb. 1
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-01-24/fomc-yellen-obama-s-address-egypt-week-ahead-jan-dot-25-feb-dot-1
from Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, Facebook Inc. (FB:US)'s Sheryl

Financing the American Family (ca. 1935)

Financing the American Family (ca. 1935) How the Household Finance Corporation helps working families with installment loans during the Depression ...

What if each citizen household received $1 million with requirements to finance 2 cars, an existing house..?

What if the bailouts went to the people instead of the banks and corporations?
Isn't Obama looking to add another $895 billion to the $700 billion just given a couple of months ago? Add it up.


I don't know how realistic a million per household is, but I will admit that I have had the same thought. If the money went to each household, I would think it would do better at stimulating the economy.