Posts Tagged ‘ bush tax cuts ’

JUST THE ‘FISCAL CLIFF’ FACTS… PLEASE!

Nov 16th, 2012 | By | Category: Senior Finances

Scare Tactics Exposed Any time we here at SeniorCitizenJournal.com hear scary words from politicians, we pause and go searching for validation of what is being said.  We did that this week with the ‘Fiscal Cliff’ scary-word, and found it to be totally misguided.  (We’re being nice here with our language.) Fictitious Fiscal Cliff First, the […]



Senior Finance: What Would You Do With $1.35 TRILLION?

Jun 9th, 2011 | By | Category: Senior Finances

One of the more fun things to do in retirement is to play the game, “What would I do if I won the lottery?”  Pay all my bills, Give money to my kids, Create a foundation for charity, Take a trip around the world…  we all have our own Lottery Winning List.  One Trillion, Thirty-Five Billion Dollars would […]



Senior Finances: Separating Truth from Lies About the ‘Bush Tax Cuts’

Nov 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Finances

Senior citizens are deeply concerned about the national debate over the ‘Bush tax cuts’.  We read and hear so many conflicting statements that it’s hard to know what to believe.  Some people on the national level who ought to know and share the truth about the effects of extending the cuts versus letting them expire […]