All posts in " The Hunt for Taxes "

Canadians Officially Pay More on Taxes Than Food

By admin / August 24, 2016

It’s official. Canadians now spend more on taxes than they do on food, housing, and clothing. Well, politicians have to eat first. Their kids have to be educated to rule their generation. The Fraser Institute has calculated that the average Canadian family now pays $34,154 in taxes in total, which includes all the “hidden” business taxes […]


German Pension Crisis the Same as Japan & USA

By admin / August 18, 2016

The Pension Crisis continues to spiral out of control and the central banks are incapable to reversing their policy. Raising rates now will cause budgets to explode and all the bonds they bought would collapse in price no less become totally unsalable. Now in Germany, the Bundesbank has addressed this crisis advising that the population […]


Hillary & Death Taxes

By admin / August 18, 2016

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, my family was always farmers. When the death tax was imposed by Democrats, little by little with each generation we had to sell something to pay the taxes. Hillary in Detroit said Trump should not have $4 billion and the state should have got it all. This is money already taxed numerous […]


Department of Labor Regulating Your 401K April 16th, 2017

By admin / August 17, 2016

The financial services industry is undergoing its greatest upheaval perhaps in more than 35 years because the government came up with a brilliant new idea to pretend there is a crisis that they need to step in to save you. I have warned that there has been talk about taking over 401K funds which are […]


Defense Department Missing $6.5 Trillion up from $2.3 Trillion in 2001

By admin / August 16, 2016

Once again, the office of Inspector General has come up with a huge hole in the Department of Defense with a missing $6.5 trillion. The day before 911, Rumsfeld admitted there was back then $2.3 trillion missing from the Defense Department budget. That has now grown to $6.5 trillion and counting. They have reported that […]


Trump’s 15% Corporate Tax Rate

By admin / August 13, 2016

  While the GOP elite are doing everything they can to make sure Hillary beats Trump just to hold on to their power base, the real business community that creates jobs, not the bankers and multinationals, are excited about Trump’s tax plan to reduce corporate taxes to 15%. es that is what I testified before […]


Tracking Everyone: Hunting for Money on Trains and in the Air

By admin / August 12, 2016

We have certainly embarked down the road of a police state. Federal agencies are tracking people who travel on trains and in the air. If someone buys a ticket for cash, the government is notified. They are looking for the slightest thing. I went to the airport to pick up a friend who comes over […]


Public Sectors are Devouering the Private Sector

By admin / August 8, 2016

QUESTION: Dear Marty, I understand your general message and totally agree with it. I now see the big picture in a systematic trend and everything moving in the direction Socrates has forecast. I do have a few questions though. Can we call the trend: the public sectors trend to swallow the private sector? In other words, […]


Trade Misinvoicing & $78 Billion of Missing Gold

By admin / July 26, 2016

  Did $78 billion in gold exports from South Africa really go missing? Nope. As taxes rise, so does trade misinvoicing. This confusing term is actually a method for moving money across borders, primarily to avoid taxes. The Global Financial Integrity Group claims that $465.3 billion was underreported in 2004. They argue that this figure rose to just over $1,090.1 […]


They Are Tracking Duty-Free Purchases in Airports

By admin / July 25, 2016

Have you ever wondered why you have to show your boarding pass to purchase something in the duty-free shops, after passing security, when in fact nobody can be there without a boarding pass? The answer is starting to surface. It turns out the government is tracking the destination of travelers who buy anything in the […]

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