I sense another round of disconnect from the media’s report of today’s jobless claims numbers coming in worse than “expected” at 480,000. Initial jobless claims rose by 7,000 to 480,000 in the week ended Dec. 12, from a revised 473,000 the prior week, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. The number of people receiving […]

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Did you get your $38 billion tax break today? No? Well, it appears that Citigroup (C) got their $38 billion tax break today. And don’t they certainly deserve such rewards for all they’ve done for the well-being of the economy and the taxpayer? I’m not a tax wiz be any stretch, but on the surface, […]

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layofflist on December 13th, 2009

Jon Maddux, CEO of You Walk Away – a strategic default firm,  kindly sent me a link to the following catchy holiday tune.  Millions of Americans will be able to relate to this version of The 12 Days of Christmas. For additional information about  strategic defaults and You Walk Away, see my post: Just walk away……from the American […]

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