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Funny story: 'Reverse Bonus Checks' Drain Wall Street Bank Accounts

'Reverse Bonus Checks' Drain Wall Street Bank Accounts

New York -- The global economic crisis has finally caught up with Wall Street insiders who triggered it. They are discovering that their traditional year-end compensation is lowering the balance on their bank accounts, rather than raising it. "The...
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Funny story: Megan Fox in Thong May Save the U.S. Dollar!

Megan Fox in Thong May Save the U.S. Dollar!

News out of Hollywood and Washington is that a new dollar bill that will feature sexy actress Megan Fox will replace the one with George Washington until the United States debt can be paid. "With the US dollar getting lower by the day and the US g...
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Funny story: HM Government, HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs taxing the wealthy out of the United Kingdom!

HM Government, HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs taxing the wealthy out of the United Kingdom!

HM Government, HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs, England: The UK Taxpayer is seriously not getting any value for money from his Tax payments. So why not shop elsewhere? For instance, if my shop is losing money, should I increase my prices (for the same or worse product), or should I be having a sale and encouraging more business and sales to get myself out of the mess? So it goes for...
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Funny story: US Treasury Unveils Redesigned $100 Bill

US Treasury Unveils Redesigned $100 Bill

Standing proudly about as if they had done something, US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, Treasurer of the US Rosie Rios, and US Secret Service Deputy Director Keith Prewitt, today unveiled America's newest...
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Funny story: US to outsource Secretary of Treasury job

US to outsource Secretary of Treasury job

The work of the United States' Treasury Secretary is being replaced by a call center in New Delhi. Treasury secretary, Tim Geithner, is on an official trip to India to begin the job of training the replacements for him and his staff. The 24/7...
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Funny story: Ronald Reagan To Go On $50 Bill, Obama To Go On $3 Bill

Ronald Reagan To Go On $50 Bill, Obama To Go On $3 Bill

The United States Treasury Department has announced that, effective with the 2011 printings, the United States will produce $50 bills with the image of late president Ronald Reagan. At the same time, they will also make $3 bills with the image of cu...
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Funny story: Recovery? Don't Bank on it!

Recovery? Don't Bank on it!

Much has been made of the news that UK banks are planning to reward their staff for their 'hard work' this year. Despite protests in the media - these same banks are claiming that they will lose all their 'talent' if they do not offer competitive bon...
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Funny story: Timothy Geithner spotted practicing flea training routine

Timothy Geithner spotted practicing flea training routine

WASHINGTON DC - Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner has been seen by department staffers practicing a flea training routine, using a small three-ring circus on a side-desk in his office. Two Treasury insiders spoke on condition of anonymity...
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Funny story: Darling to pocket £1.7m from quantitative easing pot

Darling to pocket £1.7m from quantitative easing pot

Alistair Darling will personally receive £1.69 million from the Bank of England's quantitative easing slush money pot. After it was announced the Bank of England would create £75 billion worth of funds from thin air and the Treasury cleared a tota...
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Funny story: Ex-RBS Sir Fred: I'm an innocent penguin

Ex-RBS Sir Fred: I'm an innocent penguin

Ex-RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin has defended himself over charges he demanded a massive £16m pension pot to get out quick. As Downing Street and the Treasury pressure Sir Fred to give up his £650,000 a year pension, he has rounded on them saying he i...
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Funny story: Bank of England sells interest rate TV rights for £3m

Bank of England sells interest rate TV rights for £3m

The Bank of England has signed a £3 million TV deal for exclusive rights for its monetary policy committee (MPC) interest rate decisions. A revamp of the monthly rate decision will see announcements switched from the first Thursday of the month to...
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Funny story: Peston: I just guessed about Northern Rock

Peston: I just guessed about Northern Rock

BBC business editor Robert Peston today admitted he had no idea about Northern Rock and guessed. Speaking to the Commons Treasury select committee, he told MPs: "I got lucky. I needed a story quick so I made the whole Northern Rock going to the Ba...
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Funny story: US Treasury Facing a Zero Shortage

US Treasury Facing a Zero Shortage

Washington DC: President Barack Obama met today, in the Oval office, with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. The meeting was private, but White House staffers leaked that the president was concerned with the size of the government expenditures curr...
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Funny story: Wesley Snipes Undersecretary Of Treasury

Wesley Snipes Undersecretary Of Treasury

Actually, Wesley Snipes should have been appointed the Treasury Secretary if failure to pay the largest amount of back taxes had been the requirement. Mr. Snipes failed to pay a whopping $17 million, but Treasury Secretary Geithner only owed $40,000...
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Funny story: Brown: Toxic assets taste 'great'

Brown: Toxic assets taste 'great'

The government is set to buy up toxic assets from UK banks and sell them to the public as confectionery. Treasury sources close to the deal explained uncertainty in the markets had created unease over any mortgage-backed assets - but most were pro...
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Funny story: Darling to use RBS cash machines in quantitative easing

Darling to use RBS cash machines in quantitative easing

Alistair Darling is to start using RBS cash machines to put quantitative easing in place. The BBC's Robert Peston reports the Treasury is drawing up plans to pump more money into the economy through lucky cash machines. On average, according to...
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Funny story: The Dept. Of Treasury To Give 2 Million To "Everyone"

The Dept. Of Treasury To Give 2 Million To "Everyone"

Today in a bold effort to prove that the United States can live on nothing but printing money, The department of Treasury announced an ambitious program to give 2 million dollars to every single American. Secretary Paulson had this to say about...
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Funny story: Recesssion Forces The Treasury To Prop Up Small Businesses

Recesssion Forces The Treasury To Prop Up Small Businesses

As recession looms, small businesses and their owners are relying on the Treasury for support. Having sold the foundations of their businesses, the Treasury has been forced to prop up an industry which is quite literally crumbling. Small business own...
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