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POWERNOMICS COMMUNITY ECONOMICS

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A “Cooperative Alternative Economic System”

a set of connected things or parts forming a complex whole, in particular a set of  principles or procedures according to which something is done; an organized scheme or method.

What is Community Economic Development?

First lets define what the words mean.

com·mu·ni·ty : a group of people who live in the same area (such as a city, town, or neighborhood) : a group of people who have the same interests, religion, race, cellphone contact list,  etc. : a group of nations

eco·nom·ics : a science concerned with the process or system by which goods and services are produced, sold, and bought : the part of something that relates to money

de·vel·op·ment : the act or process of growing or causing something to grow or become larger or more advanced : the act or process of creating something over a period of time : the state of being created or made more advanced

A Community cannot Make Money. The U.S Mint Makes Money. However, You can generate money through a “Cooperative  Alternative Economic  Systems”.

When you Generate Money it becomes Generational for your community,  you and your family. gen·er·ate : to produce (something) or cause (something) to be produced : to be the cause of or reason for (something, such as interest or excitement)

Generational Wealth is an aspect of financial planning that is geared toward passing down stable, significant financial resources to future generations. Watch this video   “The History and Mastery of Wealth Creation) must be viewed with a laptop or desktop does not work on smartphones

We Are “Leveraging and Duplicating Associates” (LADA)

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Money Making Machines Know as Business Profit Centers. Ranging from $25 to $1600. “The Business Toolbox” will show you How to Quadruple Your Money into Weekly Payouts Plus a Monthly Residual 

 

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The LADA Group strives to give every person regardless of race, creed, age, country or social-economic background the opportunity to reach their goals and to become their dream.

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IT’S ALL ABOUT SHARING AN OPPORTUNITY TO

LEVERAGING AND DUPLICATING ACCOUNTS TOGETHER FOR PROFITS

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SO, WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?

OUR QUESTIONS TO YOU IS THIS?

Do You Need Some Money?

Do You Know Anybody Who Need’s Some Money?

Do you work for money or Does your Money Work For You?

Do You have money sitting in a bank account? What’s it doing for you?

You need a Cooperative Alternative Economic system like the one we’re providing for you at The LADA Group. Get Started by clicking on the image below.

THE LADA GROUP WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE LIKE THE BANKS DO USING (OPM) other peoples money. We will show you By using an Cooperative Alternative Economic System how to recycle dollars online together in a Central Intermediary Leveraging and Duplicating Money Together For Profit.

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A Faith-based community economic development may be defined as the involvement of faith-based institutions in projects designed to revitalize their communities, establish sustainable economic development initiatives, attract investments, build wealth, and encourage entrepreneurship

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One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want. Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.

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The LADA Group Lottery vs Traditional Lotteries

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Business Toolbox BTB) is an easy, cost-effective, stable starting point for anyone that is either money-challenged and/or money-motivated to kick start their finances so that they can leverage themselves to higher entry financial vehicles.

BusinessToolbox is program neutral which means that we are here to support all legitimate business. It is our core mission to offer a platform that can provide anyone the means by which they can get started in business when no other option is available.


This is where you start and what it will pay you if you follow our system of bringing two and teaching two how to bring two and teach two. It’s all about leverage and duplication

You Start Off by Investing $25. Refer 2 people and teach them how to refer  2 people in this system  That is true Duplication. Learn to  Be Fruitful and Multiple so that you’ll be able to give to others

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Residual Income.

This is where the BIG MONEY is located. BTB has that too!

Did you catch that last bullet point? Residual income. That’s the key. No more do you have to work and work and work and each month start all over again. How do you think that company’s like Time Warner, Verizon, AT&T and all the other company’s that make a fortune do it? They bill you every month. Residual income. You build it once and keep adding to it.

Huge Income Possibilities.

Isn’t it time that you got paid on a residual basis too?

We realized this years ago and have set the Business Toolbox system up for you to capitalize on it. We have made it available for the masses. Imagine building an income where you can walk away for a month or more and still have the income coming in! Wow!

The LADA Group Retirement Plan

THE LADA GROUP RETIREMENT PLAN
13 Weeks to Prosperity

America has a retirement crisis, but it’s not what some people want you to believe it is. It’s not the defined benefit pension plans that public employees pay into over a lifetime of work, which provide retirees an average of $23,400 annually (although some public officials fail to make their required contributions to these and then claim they are unaffordable). It’s not the cost of such plans, which may ultimately cost taxpayers far less than risky, inadequate and increasingly prevalent 401(k) plans. It’s not Social Security, which is the healthiest part of our retirement system, keeps tens of millions of seniors out of poverty and could help even more if it were expanded. The crisis is that most Americans lack the essential elements of a secure retirement–pensions and adequate savings. They’ll depend on Social Security to stave off poverty once they stop working, and it will not be enough.

The crisis is that the economic collapse that started in 2007, triggered by fraudulent and risky financial schemes, wiped out many Americans’ personal savings and decimated many state and city pension investments. And while the stock market and many pension investments have rebounded, for numerous Americans the lingering economic downturn, soaring student debt, diminished home values, the responsibility of caring for aging parents and other financial demands have made it hard, if not impossible, to save for retirement.

The crisis is that the median retirement savings for all working-age households–according to the Federal Reserve–is $3,000, and only $12,000 for those near retirement. And that retirement insecurity is made worse by state-sponsored pension theft in places like Illinois, where public employees are being robbed of pension funds they earned and contributed to over decades of public service.

Just to meet their basic needs, pressures that only grow once their working years are over.
The people who press for “others” to convert defined benefit pensions to 401(k) plans never talk about the benefits retirees are likely to get under these new plans–because it’s likely to be a lot less than retirees need to get by. Defined benefit plans not only help keep retirees out of poverty, every $1 in pension benefits generates $2.37 in economic activity in communities. And they’re a good deal for taxpayers, because employee contributions and investment earnings account for more than two-thirds of pension revenues.

America must confront our retirement insecurity crisis
. This requires going well beyond maintaining the modest, hard-won retirement benefits that too few workers currently have. The AFT is engaged in a broad-based effort with a bipartisan group of state treasurers, other unions, asset managers and even some large Wall Street firms to vastly expand retirement security through pooled, professional asset management. Together, we are exploring this and other innovative ways to help workers prepare for retirement so that we can reclaim the promise of retirement security.

America’s retirement crisis is as consequential as our healthcare crisis. We mustered the will to do the hard work of extending access to healthcare to all Americans. We must also meet a just and civilized standard for retirement, so that retirement is a time of security, not poverty.

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Residual Income.

This is where the BIG MONEY is located. BTB has that too!
Did you catch that last bullet point? Residual income. That’s the key. No more do you have to work and work and work and each month start all over again. How do you think that company’s like Time Warner, Verizon, AT&T and all the other company’s that make a fortune do it? They bill you every month. Residual income. You build it once and keep adding to it.

Huge Income Possibilities.

Isn’t it time that you got paid on a residual basis too?

We realized this years ago and have set the BusinessToolbox system up for you to capitalize on it. We have made it available for the masses. Imagine building an income where you can walk away for a month or more and still have the income coming in! Wow! Our Retirement Plan is $39 A Month Bring 3 Teach 3 How To Bring 3 Teach 3

The Power of 3
13 Weeks to Prosperity
Let’s say that everyone only gets 3 people their first week and duplicates…


Let’s skip to week 11…

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The Roots Of The Problem In The Black American Community

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The Lack of capital formation in Black America, In the form of:
1. Accumulated Saving
2. Land and Financial Asset Ownership
3. Business Development

The focus of Civil Rights Movement Put Emphasis On:
1. Justice, Jobs and Wages
2. Government Spending
3. Commercial Bank Debt
Ignored the role that Capital formation and Equity Finance could and should have been playing.

Slavery Stripped Black Americans of informal saving traditions that you can find in virtually every other ethnic immigrant group in this country:
1. ‘Partner’ Jamaican culture
2. ‘Gye’ Koreans
3. ‘Committee’ Indians
4. ‘Hui’ Chinese

The Civil Rights Movement did not attend to the matter of Cultural finance

The civil rights movement did not recognize That capital was forming in commercial banking Institutions where it was often locked away from blacks by discriminatory policies.

The movement took this issue on via An assault on redlining But in focusing on debt rather than equity.
It missed a fundamental fact of capitalism – banks say no to ideas and yes to collateral.

Banks are risk- adverse And don’t make loans on the bases of talent but rather on what that talent owns.

With the least amount of capital and collateral, even with the lever of
anti-discrimination laws, The pursuit of debt finance by black American has always produced unsustainable progress.

The Lack of money Effect on The Community
Parenting, Crime, Economics

With the black unemployment rate at the same related level of the 1950s – double that of Whites, Even the effectiveness of a wage and jobs approach to equality must come into question

We must take responsibility for ourselves as a people!

The American black family today: 72% of all black babies are born out of wedlock.
Think about that: it’s a anomaly for black children to to be born to parents who are married.
This is where the overwhelming crime and economics malaise begins, among the 13% of the US population that is Black.

Worst still, there is a direct correlation between kids born out of wedlock and higher rates of crime.

According to a 2010 study in the Journal of Law and Economics, Kids grow into adults who turned to crime precisely because of a lack of educational opportunities, parenting, And Lack of Capital. This is exactly the the pathology being born out in the black race.
Over 50% of homicide victims are black according to a 2014 study conducted by the violence policy center. Which characterize the rate as Epidemic.

According to Justice Department data from 1980 – 2008 Blacks were six times more likely than whites to be homicide victims and seven times more likely than whites to commit homicide. More than half of all federal prisoners are black.

Community Economic Development
It’s not every everyone else’s problem to ensure that black kids go to school stay out of trouble, finish high school and to stop the destruction of the black American family.

We all have a job to do for ourselves, family and community and we can do it together with Power Economics, Leverage and Duplication To create wealth.

We must be the agents of our own faith.
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Are You A Hired Servant? (Got a Job or Self-Employed)

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A modern day Slave…hired servant Web definitions
A servant who received wages for his or her labor; had power to select his or her own master and specify the amount of time to serve, in contrast to *convict servants, *indentured servants, and *redemptioners who lacked these abilities; hired servants were not necessarily immigrants, though many * …
When you get paid in the form of a Pay Check or Cash Money (Federal Reserve Notes)…That’s not money it’s an IOU. If you’re employer told you that they had no money and was going to pay you in IOU’s would you keep going to work?

An employee is an individual who was hired by an employer to do a specific job. The employee is hired by the employer after an application and interview process results in his or her selection as an employee.

The terms of an individual’s employment are specified by an offer letter, an employment contract, or verbally. In workplaces represented by a union, the collective bargaining agreement covers most aspects of an employee’s relationship with the workplace.
An employee works part-time, full time or is temporary.

An employee barters his or her skills, knowledge, experience, and contribution in exchange for compensation from an employer. An employee is either exempt from overtime or not exempt from overtime; the rules about paying an employee are governed by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Each employee has a specific job to accomplish that is often defined by a job description. In responsible organizations, a performance development planning process defines the work of the employee and the organization’s expectation’s for the employee’s performance.

An employee works within a functional area or department such as marketing or Human Resources. An employee has a boss, the person he or she reports to and takes direction from, usually a manager or supervisor. The employee has a work station or office in which he or she accomplishes the job. The employer supplies the employee with the tools and equipment necessary to perform work such as a computer, telephone, and supplies.
In forward thinking organizations, the employee receives frequent performance feedback from the employer, rewards and recognition, and a reasonable benefits package. Although most employment relationships are at-will, the employee who performs the job successfully is likely, although not guaranteed, to keep the job.

What is Employment?
Employment is an agreement between an employer and an employee that the employee will provide certain services on the job, and in the employer’s designated workplace, to facilitate the accomplishment of the employer organization’s goals and mission, in return for compensation. The agreement can be verbal, implied, or an official employment contract.

In employment, the employer determines the where, when, how, why, and what of the work that is performed by the employee. The degree of input, autonomy and self-directedness that an employee experiences on the job is a by-product of an employer’s philosophy of management and employment.

In the United States, much of an employment relationship between an employer and employee is governed by the needs, profitability, and management philosophy of an employer as well as the availability of employees. Increasingly, however, Federal and state laws are enacted which direct the employment relationship and decrease the autonomy of employers.

Employment ends at the prerogative of the employer or the employee.

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The LADA Group Shares Afrocentric vs Eurocentric

 LADA Group Afrocentric vs. Eurocentric Worldviews

What is The LADA Group Community Economic Development Plan?
First lets define what the words mean.

com·mu·ni·ty
: a group of people who live in the same area (such as a city, town, or neighborhood)
: a group of people who have the same interests, religion, race, etc.
: a group of nations

eco·nom·ics
: a science concerned with the process or system by which goods and services are produced, sold, and bought
: the part of something that relates to money

de·vel·op·ment
: the act or process of growing or causing something to grow or become larger or more advanced
: the act or process of creating something over a period of time
: the state of being created or made more advanced

A Community cannot Make Money. The U.S Mint Makes Money. However, You can generate money. When you Generate Money it becomes Generational.

gen·er·ate
: to produce (something) or cause (something) to be produced
: to be the cause of or reason for (something, such as interest or excitement)

Generational Wealth is an aspect of financial planning that is geared toward passing down stable, significant financial resources to future generations.

The Afrocentric, or African-centered, worldview is very different from the Eurocentric, or Europe-centered, worldview. Afrocentrism is centered around the beliefs that:

# The highest value of life lies in the interpersonal relationships between men;
# One gains knowledge through symbolic imagery and rhythm;
# One should live in harmony with nature;
# There is a oneness between humans and nature;
# The survival of the group holds the utmost importance;
# Men should appropriately utilize the materials around them;
# One’s self is complementary to others;
# Change occurs in a natural, evolutionary cycle;
# Spirituality and inner divinities hold the most significance;
# There are a plethora of deities to worship;
# Cooperation, collective responsibility, and interdependence are the key values to which all should strive to achieve;
# All men are considered to: be equal, share a common bond, and be a part of the group;
# The Afrocentric worldview is a circular one, in which all events are tied together with one another.

The Eurocentric worldview is centered around the beliefs that:

* The highest value of life lies in the object, or in the acquisition of the object;
* One gains knowledge through counting and measuring;
* One should control and dominate nature;
* There is a dichotomy, or separateness, between nature and humans;
* The survival of the fittest holds the utmost importance;
* Men should have an unlimited exploitation of the materials around them;
* One’s self is distinct from others;
* Change occurs to meet the immediate objectives, and is quite arbitrary;
* A distant, impersonal god holds the most significance;
* There is only one supreme deity to worship;
* Competition, independence, separateness, and individual rights are the key values to which all should strive to achieve;
* All men are considered to be individualistic, unique, and different;
* The Eurocentric worldview is a linear one, in which all events are separate and there is no togetherness.

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Financial Literacy The LADA Group

An alarming number of African-Americans have little or no money saved in retirement accounts and do not own homes, largely because money management has not always been a high priority in a culture that for generations has focused more on “civil” rights than “silver

African-Americans, in general, perform better in the area of spending — rather than saving — when compared to any other racial group.

The problem stems from the fact that young black people are less likely than their white counterparts to receive money management education in school or from their own parents.

“They remember fathers who didn’t save enough to send them to school
. They remember being teased by their schoolmates because they didn’t have the latest clothes. I’m guiding parents to embrace the negative emotions they are holding to make revolutionary changes in their relationship with money.”

Parents sometimes try to give their own children what they believe their parents should have provided for them, but those behaviors could perpetuate a vicious cycle of financial illiteracy and economic insecurity.

The Athens, Ga.-based Selig Center for Economic Growth, which chronicles consumer buying power, reported that by 2012, African-American spending exceeded the gross domestic products of Spain and Canada at $1.1 trillion a year. The top five categories were for goods that have zero appreciative value: rental housing, food, cars, clothing and health care.

According to a 2011 study by Prudential called “The African American Financial Experience,” the Great Recession delivered an economic setback to all Americans, but African-Americans may have been hurt to a greater degree than the general population.

During the crisis, they were more likely to lose jobs and to own homes with appraised values that had fallen below what was owed on the mortgage. The Prudential study found six in 10 African-Americans have less than $50,000 saved in company retirement plans and only 23 percent have more than $100,000 in these plans, compared to 34 percent among the overall general population.

The Institute on Assets and Social Policy at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., used data from a nationally representative set of 2,000 families tracked from 1984 to 2007 and found that an initial wealth gap of $20,000 between black and white families mushroomed over the 23-year period to $95,000.

“In general, African-Americans tend to be more entrepreneurial.
We have a sense of self-reliance and in many cases tend to be more family- and community-focused,” Ms. Cox said. “These are good things.

“The problem occurs when African-Americans don’t establish boundaries or guidelines on the extent they will help family and members of the community.”

African-Americans also have a reputation for giving generously to their churches. That’s not a problem but, when combined with other gifts, it can leave them with little to save and invest.

“The problem is when churchgoers give tithes and offering to the church as well as support their adult children and help a sister-in-law with a loan that will not be repaid and pay off a niece’s student loan as well.” “There is such a thing as giving too much or giving until it hurts, when you are not financially stable to begin with.”

Parents often have trouble schooling their children about finances because of their own core beliefs. Conflicting beliefs about the relationship one should have with money could even stem from church teachings.

There is nothing righteous about struggling for your financial security”. It is actually a perfect storm of low self-esteem, lack of knowledge and generational conditioning.

“If we spent $1.1 trillion on land, it would be a different world. We are spending money on things that have zero value. Our children are watching the behavior of the adults and adults are expressing their own vulnerabilities and belief systems with these [misdirected] purchases.” Learn more at https://recyclingdollars.wordpress.com/lada-hedge-fund/

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