So many nervous citizens have taken their money out of the country that Argentina’s tax agency now uses Labrador retrievers trained to detect the ink used to print dollar bills in an effort to stanch capital flight at the airports, ferry terminal … Continue reading ?
The government doesn’t tend to let citizens skimp on paying taxes owed. However, that doesn’t mean that they are using your money in an entirely productive manner. Let’s take a look at tax history and how the U.S. government tends t... Read Post
After listening to naysayers and inflation hawks intone for years that the Federal Reserve's monetary policy would weaken the dollar and spike inflation, it's perversely gratifying to see that — even after all that money printing — ... Read Post
The exchange rate for Argentina's black market dollar, the 'dolar blue', has hit its highest rate in history at 15.10 dolar blue to one U.S. dollar. The official rate, fixed by the government, has been set at 12 pesos to the U.S. do... Read Post