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4 Tips to Raise Financially Intelligent Children

By Mark Quann 4 Tips to Raise Financially Intelligent Children I was once told the secret to becoming successful: “Find out what everyone else is doing, and do the opposite.” This is never been truer today in the area of financial education. And finding good advice…from school, relatives or friends is like finding a needle in […]

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Oprah Interviews Donald Trump in 1988

Oprah interviews Donald Trump in 1988 (I was 11 years old) This is not a political blog. I have had posts about Elizabeth Warren and Bill Maher, both Democrats, and have quoted Ron Paul, a Libertarian in my book. I simply found this video fascinating–watching a young Oprah and Donald Trump discuss how America is being ripped off […]

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Mark Quann – Rich Man Poor Bank eBook: Gift it today to change a life!

By Mark Quann The reason I wrote Rich Man Poor Bank is that my parents advice of “go to the bank and open up a checking and savings account”, and get good credit was setting me up to fail financially. Today I believe we need to re-educate millions of Americans that have been spoonfed banking education rather than Rich […]

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Bank of America Increasing Fees!

By Mark Quann Bank of America Increasing Fees! First of all, it is pretty disgusting to me that I posted just yesterday about an executive at Wells Fargo making $200 million dollars (a stock price increase) as Wells Fargo committed massive personal fraud opening millions of bank accounts and credit cards, without the authorization of their customers. And yet again, no bankers […]

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Elizabeth Warren: Fraud at Wells Fargo

By Mark Quann Elizabeth Warren exposes fraud at Wells Fargo–while destroying a top Executive! As much as I love this video, this executive made 200 million dollars–while pressuring employees to “cross-sell” customers to push profits to Wall Street and no high level executives will be held accountable. This is just another case where a megabank can rob the American public, commit massive fraud, […]

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Bill Maher hates abusive relationships, and everything and everyone else?

Yes, you may get offended. In fact, I think that American stand-up comedian, television host, political commentator, author and actor Bill Maher has offended almost everyone in America. And, in time, I think it is possible that he could eventually offend everyone else…? Of course, I resorted to Google to find the answer to my question. My first search was to find out who Bill Maher actually likes. I soon become a fan when […]

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Mark Quann: Rich Mans Roth IRA

Mark Quann – Rich Mans Roth IRA If you are lucky enough to live in the United States, you are among the luckiest people in the world. But dark clouds are on the horizon, and it is time to pay more attention to the coming financial storms that will likely bring higher debt, and higher taxes to pay for the debt. According […]

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The Rich Man Poor Bank eBook!

Finished the Rich Man Poor Bank eBook! You can get it on Amazon for $6. Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Poor-Bank-Mark-Quann-ebook/dp/B01I47MMG0 And if you enjoyed the book, please provide a review here: https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Poor-Bank-Mark-Quann-ebook/dp/B01I47MMG0#customerReviews Next I’ve got to complete the audio book! Thanks for all your support!  

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Can we Sue the Federal Reserve?

By Mark Quann Can we sue the Federal Reserve? There is a saying on Wall Street: “Don’t School the Fool.” Basically, “keep ’em in the dark–financially uneducated so it is easier to steal more of their money.” I guess this blog is about “schooling the fool.” Fortunately, because of alternative forms of media and the internet, more Americans (and Canadians) […]

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Dave Ramsey on Building Credit

Dave Ramsey on Building Credit I remember sitting at Wells Fargo to buy my first Condo. I had no credit score, at least in the US. I owed a bunch of money to Canadian credit card  companies and banks, but none to US banks. I had a good job and savings for a down payment, but no […]

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