can the government or debt collectors garnish money from any bank account to which the debtor has access?
A trusted family member has access to my savings account. The savings account is mine, but the family member's name appears next to mine, which means that they are entitled to withdraw money from the ...
Lots of governments accept donations from members of the public. For example, I know the government of Ontario accepts donations through the Ontario Opportunities Fund. I also know that the US federal ...
Governments Debt/GDP and Budget (deficit/surplus), how to read the figures to decide what bonds to buy?
After searching for hours on Google I found these two great tables (theya are also sortable): list of Government Debt to GDP ratio list of Government budget (I took hours to find this because I ...
Recently I was reading an article on ft.com, and I came across this quote: They [yield on gilts and bonds] are particularly striking in the cases of the US and UK,which unlike Germany, run very ...
I'm 19 and it's nearly time to fill out the FAFSA again. Most of the time, until you're 24 (or is it 25?) you report your parents' income on the FAFSA. However, my parents do not claim me as a ...
I heard about the idea of open data which aim is to provide various data from governments. Will data about the government budget (money gained mostly from taxpayers), finances, spendings be available ...
What is the risk of having 100k euro in accounts in Greek banks and Cypriot banks? Is there a guarantee? I assume that the state guarantee for deposits doesn't hold when a country defaults.
When I look at this long list of countries with debt, I get the feeling we've all been sold a load of manure. How can so many countries owe so much money? Generally speaking, why did they borrow it, ...
It seems that every country on Earth is in debt, but nowhere on the news do they ever mention to who. If countries are all in debt to each other then why not just cancel all the countries debt. If ...