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Banks vs. Credit Unions (Video)

Banks vs. Credit Unions (Video)

I saw this video recently on a survival channel I really like, and I found it very interesting. It was actually posted in 2010, right in the midst of the last big financial crisis, but I think it’s still quite relevant today. Banks can be pretty risky places to keep your money, really, and I know many people who have switched to credit unions and have been very happy. This man shares why he switched to a credit union and the reasons he likes it and recommends it. Enjoy! The Silent Killer You’re Not Preparing For… What Do CIA Ops […]

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Preparing for a Slow Disaster

Preparing for a Slow Disaster

If you have been watching the news much, no matter which outlet you have been getting it from, you have undoubtedly heard plenty of fear mongering over potential consequences of the outcome of the upcoming election.  Liberal media will tell you that Trump’s policies will cost jobs; conservative sources will warn of government paralysis if Clinton is indicted and impeached after taking office, which could lead to numerous economic downward trends.  Either way, the potential for disaster is not going away anytime soon. But not all disasters are the same, often we think of disasters like earthquakes or hurricanes that […]

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