(noun, etymology Dutch from ‘boedel’: estate, possession, inheritance, stock.). 1. Crowd, pack, lot, as in ‘the whole boodle.’ 2. a. Counterfeit money b. Money acquired or spent illegally or improperly, particularly when used in bribery for political purposes. 3. Slang for money in general.

For Immediate Release

DECLARING FAIRNESS WARFARE: the BoodleWorld Blog Proposes a New Money Website to Make Money Work for Everyone

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Nov. 17, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With unemployment high and even those who have jobs barely able to make ends meet, and with CEOs of large corporations not seeming to feel their pain, Americans are increasingly hungry, not just for more money, but for financial fairness. On his BoodleWorld blog, Certified Financial PlannerĀ® Ronnie Kahn proposes a new website to bring money back in line with hard work, merit, and playing by the rules.

“Fairness doesn’t have to come at the expense of being competitive in world markets,” Kahn argues.

Since the financial meltdown, his blog has been providing readers with ways to counteract rough economic times, offering unique and informative ways to get ahead individually while helping others do so as well. Now he proposes a new website that will talk back to companies by user commentary to tell them if their reputation matches their actions, giving us all the feedback we need to fight back.

Have you ever wanted to tell the world about a corporation’s unfair labor practices, or to applaud another for its social conscience? Have you ever wanted to check out whether a company that calls itself environmentally responsible is walking its talk? The proposed website which is due to be completed in the Spring of 2011, called BoodleWiki, will look at our social institutions from corporations to non-profits and contain contributions from amateurs and experts alike. It will be like Wikipedia, Amazon.com, and Yelp.com wrapped into one — with ratings, searches, feedback, and recommendations for all the things we care about.

BoodleWiki will be a one stop site to find out if a business is giving back to its community, spending on new research and development to create new opportunities and jobs, and whether the company treats distributors, employees, and customers fairly, among other important information.

Read the complete blog about BoodleWiki, the proposed website, on the latest BoodleWorld blog post. While you’re there, you can also explore Kahn’s site for tips and resources to get through these trying economic times, as well as advice for how to get out of your money ruts and for how to make money work for everyone.

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