Does Your Family Have $1.3 million to Spare?

The federal government’s debt will soon reach $10 trillion. That’s about $130,000 per family of four in the United States.

But if you think that’s bad, then consider the real national debt. After all, the phony $9+ trillion “debt” does not include any of the following:

The Social Security deficit The Medicare budget shortfall . . . → Read More: Does Your Family Have $1.3 million to Spare?

Decoupling Theory: How Well-Insulated Are Asia and Australia?

The Australian dollar reaching for parity with the U.S. dollar, marked by the horizontal green line near the top of the black screen. So close. As the U.S. economy slowed during the fourth quarter of 2007 and the first quarter of 2008, everybody knew that Canada would, sooner or later, be dragged down along . . . → Read More: Decoupling Theory: How Well-Insulated Are Asia and Australia?

Digital Electronic Records and Storage: How Much Can You Save?

The hot topic for many physician practices is the creation of electronic medical records and charts. While these are great for making medical practices more efficient, one overlooked reason for using medical records and charts is for digital storage. One costly part of a physician’s practice is the storage of records. There are laws that . . . → Read More: Digital Electronic Records and Storage: How Much Can You Save?