Who is Ben Bernanke and what has he done to my interest rate?

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Ben Bernanke

Ben Bernanke began his reign as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on February 01, 2006 and added his second term on February 01, 2010. But he started with the Federal Reserve back in 2002 as a member of the Board of Governors. His academic career as a professor of economics lists top schools like Stanford, Princeton, and M.I.T. He himself graduated from Harvard. ...

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I want to own my own business

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I want to own my own business

 

Median income fell 5.7 percent from 2007 to 2010 for families headed by a person who was working for someone else, but it fell much more (18.7 percent) for those who were self-employed*

The American dream has always been to work for yourself and not have a boss telling you what to do. With the promise of good pay for all the added stress of self-employment, and the freedom to set your own hours, many ...

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How long can interest rates stay low?

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How long can interest rates stay this low?

Many customers come to me with the belief that next year interest rates will be better. Or after the upcoming election interest rates will rise. But Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, has made it very clear he has no intent of raising interest rates until mid 2015.

I do understand why so many think rates will rise, it is because they have never seen rates so low. Most have never experienced ...

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Why Old Harbor Financial?

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Conveniently located in beautiful Winter Park in Orlando, FL, Old Harbor Financial is dedicated to serving and managing  their clients financial future.

Old Harbor is passionate about providing people with a safe environment to learn and understand the best decisions to make with their money.

“I want customers to know that when they walk out the door, they understand where they’re money is going and why it was the best possible solution to keep it growing.”

To schedule a one on one meeting, fill ...

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