Online Payment Systems for Landlords What Are the Advantages

fn4As a landlord, you most certainly are preoccupied to have your property rented at all times, in the best conditions, and receive your due rent for it. When you are a lessor, it is also essential to make sure that your tenants stick around. You can face major losses when your property remains vacant for a long period of time. Taking the aforementioned factors into consideration, the method of payment you require your tenants to follow is a deciding factor by which you can attract and retain them. Now that the whole wide world is gradually enjoying technological progress, the real estate niche should follow suit. If you are a property owner, it is about time to become technically savvy as well. A positive step towards this direction is to allow your tenants to pay their rentals online, in person, or by means of mail.

Through the years, residential property owners have been receiving rental payments in person, or through the mail. Since the Internet has transformed the entire way we communicate, many things have changed deeply. One of these changes is the fact that

State Capitalism

fn3State capitalism is referred to as a monetary system wherein business functions (profit oriented) are initiated by the state.

The production systems are arranged and controlled by the state. The government agencies manage the complete process – capital increase, the wage for labour and centralized management.

State capitalism is the combination of wage structure of production and control by the government. It could be utilized to denote a structure in which the state makes economic decisions to safeguard the well-being of mega businesses.

This is not a new concept e.g., the East India Company. However, it has witnessed an impressive recovery.

During the 1990s, state-controlled firms were nothing but government divisions in developing economies. The assumption was that, as the economy seasoned, the government would either shut or ensure they are privatized.

The crisis in the West and growth in emerging markets has convinced some experts, state capitalism is a viable model. According to them, capitalism has been revamped to ensure it is more efficient.

The requirement for leaders of the G-20 to construct consent behind the implementation of modified rules for financial institutions and dependable global oversight would supplement

What Good Is the Economy in the Light of the Environmental Destruction It Causes

fn2While politicians stand up for the economy and promise more jobs, better services, and so forth the bottom line is they are the ones sanctioning the destruction of the environment. The timber industry in Australia employs hundreds of loggers, machinists, carpenters, drivers, and others, including all the office workers and so on. It also targets forests where animals are dependent on the habitat and food they provide and the earth depends on the oxygen and removal of CO2 from the atmosphere.

The Fishing industry depends on trawlers and all the associated workers but the oceans are being depleted at such a rate that it is unsustainable. Likewise, in Australia especially, the agricultural industry is fighting mining companies who have access to their land and are changing the quality of the previously beautiful countryside.

Along with growing costs and other hardships, including global warming with increasingly stronger winds, storms, and erosion the future of the world is bleak. Yet, politicians are promising more jobs and an improved economy as a reason to vote the government back in on July 2nd.

One needs only to look at the prophecies

Why Are Millennials Abandoning Big Banks and Turning to Credit Unions

fn1Millennials (those who are between the ages of 18 to 34 in 2015) are ditching their big banks and becoming members of credit unions. They want the convenience and technology that the big banks can offer but they also want to make sure their banks are paying attention to their needs, by offering customer-friendly service and simple, straightforward solutions that they are demanding.

Millennials know exactly what they want from their bank and everyone is chasing this potential new member. So, understanding their perceptions and needs will help credit unions compete for this sought-after audience.

Below is a closer review of some of the reasons why millennials are scrapping their banks and joining community institutions:

    • They are seen as more customer-friendly and can answers questions directly regarding financial security. They are very helpful when it comes to imparting information regarding car and home buying by offering members education services and solutions that are easy to consume and utilize.


    • Qualifying for a loan will be easier, because their requirements are not as rigorous. While banks tend to turn away millennials with a low credit scores, they roll up their

Why Money Is Destroying the Planet

fn20It seems obvious that money is the tool bulldozing everything alive into the ground. It doesn’t look dangerous as it’s mostly paper, but it is stronger in power than all the nuclear bombs put together, more lethal than the strongest poison, more demanding than any king, and more desirable than anything else on offer. It is, however, nothing more than man’s invention and nothing in God’s eyes yet it is the means to destroy us all.

Its power comes from our imagination while its poisoning of systems and destruction of resources is derived from greed. Its strength is aligned to power and control exercised by religions and governments. The desire for it is based on nothing more than the way man has structured society to depend on it for food, clothing, housing, and everything else.

The economic system is the brain-child of the Roman Empire. More specifically it came from Emperor Claudius Constantine, who established the Catholic church, started Christianity, built the Vatican, invented Jesus Christ, and murdered millions. He gained sole rule over the huge expanse of territories that were impossible to rule with just

The Unstoppable Financial Crisis Is Happening Now

fn19The world is on the brink of a major financial crisis that no one can fix and it has to do with greed, the super-wealthy, and the Chinese economy. While the rumble has gone on for some time we may now be about to witness the cave-in of the main system at the heart of the World order. Money is an invention that started with the Roman Empire and trade followed by a method of taxation that allows governments to seize a portion of income earned.

This called for records to be kept regarding money transactions and long before there were banks there was corruption and the hiding of deals that might incur a debt to the government. Over time the rich got richer and the poor got poorer. That has never changed and the ‘upper classes’ were able to virtually steal labour and their strength directed politics.

It led to the slave trade and then indentured labourers, share farmers, and a host of other systems that saw the wealth at the top increase to the point where now we are in a situation where the

Money Is the Poisoned Carrot That People Feed on

fn18Over and again the term ‘money’ draws far more readers to my articles than any other. It is the magic that runs the World Order and the nourishment that builds strength in communities and nations. Yet, it is nothing but a dream and a concept of evil that emerged from the two beasts of Revelation and its purpose is to destroy the world. Anyone who has a debate with that concept needs only to look around at what is happening now.

Climate change and global warming are the big items, but not the biggest. The potential for the war of all wars is looming and the total collapse of the financial system is but a matter of time. Because it is based on nothing more than a concept of exchange and the transfer of goods for credit it was always doomed to failure.

No one gets ordinance such as bombs, guns, aircraft, drones, army supplies, ships, and other things without it. Likewise, no one goes into a forest and cuts the trees down unless there is money as a reward. Yet again no one fishes out

Money and the World Order

fn17The systems that run the world are all based on money and exchange of goods for a benefit. This is easy to see when one goes to a shop and purchases goods and pays for them with the method of exchange in that area. It is not so easy to see, however, when one pays for something and the return is invisible. That happens in religion, for instance, whereby promises are made that after-death one will receive the entitlement.

It is at that point that magic enters the equation and in today’s world more things are based on promises than on reality. Arguments persuading one to part with their money are now covered by tertiary studies and economic degrees. The goal is making money circulate and that can be at any cost to either an individual or society in general.

What does one achieve when paying for a ride on a Merry-go-round at a local Fair? Or when taking a plunge over a cliff in a Bungy type experience? The only thing returned is a small rush of adrenalin that becomes addictive and makes the partaker

Money and the Death of Planet Earth

fn16If there are future generations after this one, when all seems hopelessly in danger, what might they say to those who are driving the earth to the point of death? We don’t need to see more of the devastation to know what is happening. What will more documentaries like those now showing the danger we are in do for anyone? We know how many species are being destroyed, how over-fishing of the oceans is bringing them to a point of collapse, how polluted the atmosphere.

There is only one thing that is more important in the eyes of most and that is making money. The mindset that by taking just a little more will do no harm, or that it is not the business of individuals that is at fault, nor could it possibly be the result of the super large families of some who have no limits.

As the earth buckles under the pressure and millions flee the conflicts that usually follow such a huge population explosion like we are now experiencing who is it really that is to blame? Surely one would look to

Money and Wealth in the Last Days

fn15When I was growing up now many years ago there were no millionaires in our Australian society. Everyone was struggling to make their pay packet stretch from week to week as their children grew and were taught to respect the environment and the things we had. Recycling was part of it and my grandmother, who had gone through the 1930’s depression, would save every piece of string and paper bag that came her way.

These habits passed down to me and my siblings. We were taught to switch off lights that were not in use, to make our own clothes, do our own repairs, and most of all enjoy what we had and not go after things out of our reach. We learned to be practical and that things like vegetables are better when grown in your own garden than purchased in a shop.

Between the 1960’s and 1970’s a revolution took place. We were not really aware of it for some time but the effect on life and the economy was profound. Suddenly people learned how they could make money aside from working for it.

Money and God’s Plan

fn14The world depends on money for everything important to the preservation of life. That is how man has made it, but it was not always that way. Not until the arrival of kings and their greed for wealth did things change. No longer could one live simply once society demanded payment so that the god-on-earth could live like a god in heaven. Only now can we even talk about it because not so long ago that would have been classified as treason.

After my reincarnation and with a special view of the world taken from the perspective that everyone who has lived is now back, as promised in the bible (Job 5:19-22, Isaiah 26:19), my observations took me back to figure it out. What has money got to do with the plan of God? That was the question and it was not an easy one to answer.

If everyone has returned from the dead is it not logical that some are now black who were once white, while some are rich who were previously poor. What if some are now women who were previously men, as

Money and the Last Days

fn13Overpopulation is a curse on the earth, but a blessing for business. One has to listen to the politicians to understand why they want more migration into a country like Australia, which seems crowded and highly over-priced. A high-rise apartment in Sydney is now worth more than a castle or villa in countries in Europe. The German Chancellor saw increased migration as a solution to her country’s decline in working age people and it started the great rush into Europe by Muslims.

Because of money people invested heavily in houses in capital cities in Australia forcing their prices up by the shortage it has created. The result is there are now thousands of empty homes held by investors (mostly from overseas) while thousands live on the streets unable to afford the exorbitant rents.

A business man was interviewed by the media recently in his tent in a local park. It seems that even one’s income cannot guarantee a home. Not so long ago houses sold for $500 in suburbs where they now fetch upwards of a million. All that in my adult life.

Money and greed is

Money Causes Extinction of Species

fn12A very sad report on Australian television showed the way the Andes is being depleted of forest and how species are dying and a lot is due to illegal loggers. While governments have some control over the way the trees are logged and sold, however, the facts are that the number of trees felled are so great that a continual flow of logs down the river is so thick that one can walk from one side to the other. This is every hour, every day, every week, and every year.

This is how much humanity cares for the environment when money is at stake. Species are dying and those who depend on the forest to live are obviously in grave danger. The Chachi, also called Cayapa, are one such group and they number around 3,000 to 5,000. They are a people with their own culture, language, and religion but polluted by Roman Catholic influences. Their future is at stake because of the disappearing jungle they depend on for food and resources.

This has happened repeatedly over the globe as man takes from nature to inflate his

Money Pollutes the Environment

fn11Watching a power station expelling gasses into the atmosphere from burning coal is a disgusting experience. The smell it generates is appalling and people are living nearby and working in it. The men who mine the coal are breathing in black dust that results in black lung disease. The cars we drive are little better as they pour out similar gasses into the air. Those gasses are a mixture of carbon monoxide, a super deadly gas, and carbon dioxide.

Man has believed that the earth is big enough to cope with it but what was not taken into account is the multiplying effects from the millions of similar businesses that do the same. The end result of all is money and many are dying because of it.

While Australia debates the pros and cons of climate change leading up to an election on July 2nd 2016, people are outraged that those creating enormous wealth from mining of dangerous pollutants are unstoppable. Among them are the gas companies who are causing some to suicide by their tactics. The result of their ‘work’ is releasing methane gas from

Why Money Depletes Resources

fn10For hundreds of millions of years deposits within the earth resulted from the death of old forests, the movement of land, and the shifting of oceans. Bit by bit, layer after layer, plants, animals, and minerals have been positioned to form our world. Now, after only 200 or so years of industrialism it is being reshaped and depleted until it faces death through greed, over cultivation of the soil, extraction of resources, and the pumping of fossil fuel gasses into the atmosphere.

If you were God what would you say to humans standing before you and awaiting your judgment? Would you ask why metals are more important than breathing, or why electricity extracted from coal is more important than food? Perhaps you might ask why so many hate their grandchildren and the future that could have been but will never be because this generation didn’t care.

One thing reigns supreme over the man-made world of destruction – Money. If you were questioned by god, what would you say in return? Perhaps you would answer that without money you could not survive in a world that is

What Are The Services Of A Reliable Financial Adviser

fn9Almost all individuals face financial problems that can affect their financial stability and future. It gets even worse if you need to deal with numerous issues that can affect the financial status of your business. Luckily, there are now ways to deal with these issues easily. And, this is by working with a financial adviser. With these experts in financing, you can deal with all of your financial problems easily since they offer numerous services. Below are some of the following.

Retirement Planning

One of the best services a financial adviser can offer is retirement planning. After years of working, retirement is the time when individuals can enjoy their life. Unfortunately, there are cases when individuals cannot create a good retirement since they cannot manage financial issues properly. Luckily, financial advisers can provide you with a reliable retirement plans that can match your needs from traveling, investing and even maintaining your lifestyle.

Tax Advice Services

Managing taxes can be a huge task individuals need to do annually which can consume most of your time. This task can be even harder if you need to deal with business taxes.

Handle Your Finances With Care

fn8It takes years to gather a handsome amount of money, and if it is not handled properly, your most prized possession would soon escape from your hands like sand. This is the reason why people go for financial planning. It gives you a great sense of satisfaction when you know that your money is in safe hands and is being handled with utmost care.

However, not many people are aware of the process involved in financial planning. Based on your financial position, it is very important to go ahead with personal planning because if you don’t start planning well in advance, then you might face several challenges in the future.

Financial advisors suggest all individuals follow these six basic key principles for financial planning.

• Analyse your current financial status: To be able to plan for future you should first be very confident about your current financial position. Make a checklist of all the assets and liabilities and your income and expenditure. Having this information at hand, you would be in a clear position to understand how you can achieve your financial goals. Your total financial worth

Money and Power

fn7If anyone wants to know why money was invented they need to look at the power that it generates. Politically it is the mainstay of governments while religiously it has grown gods and made their organisations indispensable. So where does it fit into the scheme of human behaviour and why is it at the root of the World Order? One could may assume that something other than an invented commodity would fit that role so why doesn’t it?

When humans took to a sedentary life and gave up wandering the forests and taking their food from the land, as God originally intended, they had time to think about other things. In the depositions of their living areas archaeologist have uncovered tales of their development from what might be termed primitive living to the more sophisticated trade deals and exchange of goods.

Other things crop up as well and chief among them is the religious side of life and the sacred sites where they imprinted their feelings and beliefs on items in art form. Over time the images became ever more lifelike and their meanings clearer. It

Why Is Money the Most Important Topic for Most People

fn6Recently I tried putting ‘money’ in my article topics to see how they would fare above the others that include health, child abuse, spirituality, and last days’ prophecies, among other things. Of the top twenty performers 12 deal with money or the financial system. This speaks volumes of the way many think when it comes to what’s important in the minds of many, and who can blame them? In today’s world the economy is tethering on the brink of disaster and people are struggling.

In Australia where an election will be held on July 2nd, it is the economy that is the main issue on the government’s agenda. The Prime Minister promises better management of it and more incentive and growth leading to more jobs. While that is the promise it is not the reality.

Over the three years of the present administration the economy has gone backwards. Jobs have been lost left, right, and center. Payments to parents have been cut, government sponsored services have disappeared, and generally the mood is one of gloom. Businesses are closing and retail shops are finding it so hard

Why Is Money More Important Than One’s Spirituality

fn5The world’s economy is tethering on the brink of failure as nations struggle with declining values and loss of income. The rise of Donald Trump in the upcoming Federal elections in the USA is repeated elsewhere as people seek better from the promises of those who make little sense but raise their hopes. Jobs and the future are on the minds of most as they head to the polls and make choices. Just as Britain is making a choice of where their future lies so it is happening elsewhere as well.

The respect people hold for those who have ‘made it’ in terms of their success in the business world overrides such things as one’s spirituality and the obvious trouble the world is in. With the signs suggesting we are approaching an end to the world as we know it where is the return to spiritual things that one might have expected in the face of such disaster?

With memory of my reincarnation and knowledge that religion is way out of line when it comes to reality the drop away from religious contact is expected. But