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This sleek GDC Money Clip, capably housing its nimble blade within a 3. 6- inch body, stows easily in a pocket. True to the always ready GDC lifestyle and built for the practical gentleman, the Money Clip is a Gerber innovation for modern day superheroes. Warning: this is a budget buster. The clever blend of quality, looks and functionality warrants picking up the tab every time just to show it off. From the manufacturer Gerber 31-002521 GDC Money Clip Who We Are Like the men and women who carry our gear, Gerber is Unstoppable. Decades of innovation and dedication have put us here.

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America owes China two trillion dollars. But what does that mean?


By Tim Collard World Last updated: September 24th, 2009 There are one or two issues of major global importance which get too little attention, simply because they are so complex. One of them is the uncomfortable economic stand-off between China and America, about which learned articles have rumbled on for months in the stiffer journals, read by few and understood by even fewer. Now they are snapping at each other about little bits of protectionism, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We are all familiar with the aphorism which goes: “If you owe someone a thousand pounds, you’ve got a problem.

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HMRC wants me to pay tax in advance but income from my business has plummeted and now I'm worried I have overpaid


Published: 09:05 GMT, 18 March 2014 | Updated: 13:06 GMT, 18 March 2014 View comments I have got so mixed up with my tax and coding as I have some PAYE earnings and other income from a small business which fluctuates from year to year. For the last tax year 2012/2013 I had a real earnings boost from the business and as such did not pay enough tax and have since been paying some of this back. As a result I also have to make 'payment on account' but this next tax year (2013/2014) my income has dropped and now I think I will be owed money by HMRC.

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Why the rich should pay higher taxes


Why the Rich Should Pay Higher Taxes PAUL BUCHHEIT FOR BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT Most wealthy Americans will recoil at the suggestion that they should pay higher taxes, likely responding with the tired mantra that the top earners already pay most of the income tax. But, two points can be made in response to this: (1) Federal income tax is only a small part of the burden on the middle class. Based on data from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, the total of all state and local taxes, social security taxes, and excise taxes (gasoline, alcohol, tobacco) consumes 21% of the annual incomes of the poorest half of America.

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Oil explained: why the price is falling and dragging the sharemarket down with it


Stephen Cauchi -Dec 17, 2014 OPEC's decision to keep up production is having major effects on oil prices and on the global economy. Photo: Erin Jonasson It may seem hard to believe, but in June Brent crude was trading at $US112 a barrel. It fell to $US80 in November, when many were anticipating the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to cut production and keep the price up. OPEC's decision not to do that has put the oil price into freefall, with Brent now trading at just over $US60 a barrel and West Texas Intermediate oil at just over $US55 a barrel.

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Why the gold price is increasing


Brad Kenagy 4 Factors That Will Lead To Increasing Gold Prices Apr. 3, 2013 12:45 AM In this article, I will be discussing the future prospects for gold based on fundamental and technical factors. The four factors I will be discussing, I believe, will give a solid base as to why the price of gold should rise in the future. Factor # 1: Central Bank Buying A recent Businessweek. com article highlighted that central banks are still purchasing gold even as the price has continued to fall and hover around the $1600 level. In the Businessweek. com article.

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Why the drop in oil prices


Why drop in oil prices has downside for US economy Associated Press Monday, October 13, 2014 Jonathan Fahey, AP Energy Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- If you're a driver, a shipper or an airline, low oil prices sure feel nice. But there are downsides to the recent plunge in oil prices — for the oil industry and for the economy. Low fuel prices can help boost economic growth by reducing fuel bills and leaving consumers and companies with more money to spend on other things. Problem is, two factors behind the oil-price drop — a weaker global economy and a stronger dollar — could hurt the U.

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Why It's Parents' Job to Teach Their Kids About Money


NEW YORK (TheStreet ) -- Many parents go to great lengths to avoid the topic of money with their children, but that's the wrong approach, said Linda Davis Taylor, author of The Business of Family. "Families spend a great deal of time making money and thinking about the actual dollars, but our families don't often understand our motivations and what led us to our dreams," Taylor said. "Ultimately, it's another job teaching the family about what it stands for. " Taylor is also CEO and chairman of Pasadena Calif. -based Clifford Swan Investment Counsel.

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Gross Receipts Tax - Why Connecticut Has Such High Gas Prices


As we go into the summer season, with the anticipated increase in the price of gasoline, there is something that can be done this legislative session to bring down the cost of gasoline in Connecticut. As we go into the summer season, with the anticipated increase in the price of gasoline, there is something that can be done this legislative session to bring down the cost of gasoline in Connecticut. There is proposed legislation in this session to limit the amount of taxes the State of Connecticut places on gasoline; I support this legislation to cap the petroleum gross earnings tax.

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If Modern Humans Are So Smart, Why Are Our Brains Shrinking?


%img src="http://discovermagazine. com/%3C/p%3E%0D%0A%3Cp%3E/media/import/images/9/7/0/brain1. jpg?mw=300" /% illustrations by Stuart Bradford John Hawks is in the middle of explaining his research on human evolution when he drops a bombshell. Running down a list of changes that have occurred in our skeleton and skull since the Stone Age, the University of Wisconsin anthropologist nonchalantly adds, “And it’s also clear the brain has been shrinking. ” “Shrinking?” I ask. “I thought it was getting larger. ” The whole ascent-of-man thing. “That was true for 2 million years of our evolution,” Hawks says.

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