by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
If money doesn't grow on trees than why do banks have branches?
by tipstoretireearly 5 years ago
Why do banks continue to build so many new brick-and-mortar branches?In a world where online banks offer higher interest rates on deposits and more convenience, why do banks continue to build so many new brick-and-mortar branches? Are there that many new customers?
by pgrundy 9 years ago
This weekend Henry Paulson, Ben Bernanke, and Congress are going to hammer out a way for the US to buy up the bad mortgage debt that is causing turmoil in the markets. The most conservative estimate of the cost of doing this is $500 billion and it could easily run into the trillions of dollars. We...
by retellect 8 years ago
All it takes is brain power. Plan your goals and carry them out. Always review your progress and make sure you enjoy what you are doing. Money doesn't grow on trees but it is in abundance, you just have to go out there and earn it with some good hard work.Please post a reply stating what you...
by Dan Harmon 4 years ago
Over a decade ago we decided that the poor should be able to have a house whether they could afford it or not. The end result of that decision was the recession that spread world wide and caused immense damage to millions of people.From the Idaho statesman, April...
by Robert 9 years ago
Just watched a video on PBS about local governments suing banks to recover bailout money. It's claimed the banks have created a public nuisance by allowing large number of foreclosures to occur, destroying neighborhoods and reducing the tax base.Are lawsuits the only solution for local...
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