Yearly Archives: 2010

Is the Health Care Bill Constitutional?

Is the Health Care Bill Constitutional?

The Country is going nuts with the recently passed health care passage.  If you have read ANY of my political posts before you could only imagine how much this bill makes me sick, literally it is a feeling of lost like the Country is taking a piss poor turn.  But beyond personal feelings I question the

I use ING For my Savings and You May Want to Also!

I use ING For my Savings and You May Want to Also!

I often get asked where I keep my liquid savings.  When I first started caring about personal finance issues, and started reading personal finance blogs I was guilty of rate chasing and bonus chasing.   I am proud to say that, I do not rate chase anymore, and if you check out personal finance blog archives

Proof You can only Push High Net Worth and High Income Individuals So Far!

Proof You can only Push High Net Worth and High Income Individuals So Far!

One of my favorite sites, The Tax Foundation, had a phenomenal couple posts about Maryland’s so-called Millionaire Tax.  The two main posts are, Maryland’s Millionaires Missing After Tax Hike and Maryland’s Lawmaker Proposes making Millionaires’ Tax Permanent.  Maryland, like many other States out there are hurting for cash, so what else can a state to

First the Alexa Rankings and Then The World

First the Alexa Rankings and Then The World

I recently joined a group of fellow personal finance bloggers with world domination in mind with a name that inspires war paint, dojos and loud manly screaming/grunting. The point of the group is to motivate each other to greatness which in my case means an eventual movie deal! Not everyone shares my goals to be

What is Wrong With Chasing Bank Rates

It took me forever to join ING Direct. Sure the interest rates were great at the time (definitely not now) but I simply had a customer loyalty towards  my local bank. The employees knew me on a first name basis. Some of the employees even went to high school with me. If any issues ever

Comparatively Speaking A Million Dollars is Still a lot of Freaking Money

I read a news story recently that reminded me that I hate when I hear, “a million dollars is not what it used to be.”    Well duh!  But come on it is still a lot of money, and it is hard to save and frugal yourself to a Million Dollars. Increase in Millionaire Households in America