How to Make Your Retirement Portfolio Inflation Proof

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. To hear the talking heads tell it, there’s no inflation out there. And with the price of oil (and therefore gasoline) in a tailspin, inflation looks like the last thing anyone should be worried about. But long-term numbers tell a very different story. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Inflation Calculator, prices have roughly doubled in the last 25 ...

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Texas Medicaid Funding Has Wall Street Worried

Texas Medicaid Funding Has Wall Street Worried On Friday, May 26, 2017, the Texas House of Representatives voted against reversing the $350 million cuts to Medicaid that went into effect in December 2016. These cuts affect therapy providers whose services affect about 60,000 Texas children with special needs. Services affected include physical, speech, and occupational therapy. Medicaid covers children with disabilities as well as children whose parents have low incomes. The Texas budget has introduced ...

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Why People Need Tax Professionals

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. Every year millions of Americans race to fill out their tax forms and get them mailed to the IRS by April 15. One of the challenges that they face is tax code complexity. It is made up of 4 million words and a new provision is added, on average, every day. This is why the experts believe its best that trained professionals are the ones to handle people’s taxes.You ...

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How Government Monetary Policy Works

The following is a guest post. If you’d like to guest post on the Dividend Ninja, be sure to check out our Guest Posting Guidelines. The monetary policy is controlled by government managed Central Banks. In the U.S., it is called the Federal Reserve or Feds. In Europe, it is called the ECB (European Central Bank). Australians call theirs the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and in most countries it is referred to as the Central Bank. Monetary policy is used to influence the level of interest ...

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