Monthly Archives: January 2009

Carnival of Money Hacks 48th Edition – Presidential Election Edition

My ridiculous story about gambling in Dominican Republic whose life lesson was – do not invest in vehicles you don’t understand – was chosen by Pimp Your Finances to be part of the Carnival of Money Hacks 48th Edition.  Few other great articles include: Passive Family Income discusses whether the rules of retirement are changing? Continue Reading

Carnival of Personal Finance No. 188

Penelope from Pecuniarties hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance No. 188, and she was nice enough to choose my article, “Did you forget your RMD this Year? All may not be Lost.”  To be honest I have never heard of Pecuniarties, but it was nice she featured my post.

WSJ Follows up on Suspended Required Minimum Distrubtion for 2009

WSJ Follows up on Suspended Required Minimum Distrubtion for 2009

I briefly mentioned in my Article about Missing RMDs (Required Minimum Distributions) that RMDs were actually suspended for tax year 2009 (but remember not 2008!).  Well, today I found a great Q&A/Follow up on the Wall Street Journal Personal Finance Section website. It is appropriately titled “Details on the New IRA Rule” and was written byContinue Reading