FEC Takes Note of Republican Rep. Boebert’s Misuse of Campaign Funds for Personal Expenses

New filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) reveal that Republican U.S Rep. Lauren Boebert used campaign funds in paying her utility and rent bills. Although Boebert filed a subsequent report to the FEC last Tuesday showing the Congresswoman replaced the $6,650 worth of campaign spent for personal bills it does not change the fact […]

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Financial Investments: Offshore Capital Investment

The world of financial investments is sometimes irritating. On the one hand, laws strive for transparency and investor protection in detail. At the higher level, however, there is often a huge problem. Only when it comes to finding clearly conceptualized products or types of investment straight away. Offshore capital investment with many facets Anyone interested […]

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  • The Key to Financial Freedom: Is It Really Good Credit?
    There is a lot of conflicting information out there regarding the financial freedom achieved by achieving good credit. Some sources claim that having good credit can help you achieve financial freedom faster, while others scoff at the notion of trusting credit agencies with your money and suggest avoiding them at all costs. But what does […]
  • UN’s WFP Says Continuing Attacks in Ukraine is Fast Becoming a War on Food Security
    As Russia’s attacks on Ukraine are likely to extend beyond summer, U.S. Congress passed a bill granting $40 billion in aid to the country led by Pres. Zelensky. Last May 06, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) aired concerns that the global hunger crisis could spin out of control if the food being produced in […]