Archive | May, 2011

Tax Debt? An Offer in Compromise May Help.

The tax debt resolution companies have been in the news lately. Closings, indictments and court order fee repayments have highlighted the news the last few months. The bottom line is that if you owe the IRS you will most likely have to pay the IRS. There is no magic wand, you can’t barter them down, […]

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Low Latency Conference Surfing in London

With the fantastic weather, royal weddings and oodles of public holidays, I had a chance to settle down and reflect on the insights I got from all of the conference surfing I’ve been doing recently. Just before Easter I was on a panel at the A-Team Low Latency business conference held in London last month. […]

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Bernanke’s view on inflation, I think

Fed Chief Ben Bernanke did his first post-FOMC press conference yesterday. Predictably, he got a question about the impact of energy and food prices on the public and the whole issue of the impact of QE on inflation and the value of the dollar. There’s a lot of screaming and yelling about this subject in […]

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When Things are Nuts

When Everything is Strong When Everything is Strong, Redux It Would Have Happened Already It Would Have Happened Already, Redux Four recent posts of mine.  They warn against assuming that trends will continue.  This past week, we gained some evidence that trends won’t continue.  I’m not talking about the upset in commodities, led by silver […]

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