Monthly Archives: March 2011

My Journey to Millions Around the Web 3-14-11

My Journey to Millions Around the Web 3-14-11

In the past I never highlighted those bloggers who were cool enough to include my posts to be part of their round up or blog carnival and that is just unacceptable! So every Sunday I am going to bring them to your attention in the hopes that some of my readers will head over to

Has the Credit CARD Act Benefitted Consumers?

Has the Credit CARD Act Benefitted Consumers?

It’s just over a year since the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act came into effect but has it heralded a change for the better for credit card users? The bill was introduced to limit the ways in which credit card companies could charge consumers and though it was first passed in the

Money Can do Good Things Money Can do Bad Things

Money Can do Good Things Money Can do Bad Things

I was reading the January/February 2011 issue of Money Magazine when I came across the “Readers to the Rescue Section.”  This particular issue’s question was “Is it okay to stipulate in a  will how inherited funds may be spend?”  First, thing is first, someone’s will is based on the eventual decedent’s testamentary intent, and if

Updating My Value Dividend Portfolio

Updating My Value Dividend Portfolio

One of my favorite parts of my financial “empire” is my Dividend Portfolio (a/k/a Perpetual Income Machine).  While it is not big by any stretch of the imagination worth only a couple grand, I have been throwing more and more money at it per month so I feel that it deserves more attention.  Actually, I

What Do I Need to Bring to My CPA or Accountant

What Do I Need to Bring to My CPA or Accountant

Despite helping people in my life with their taxes I use an Accountant.  There are a couple reasons why I use one: The Wife is Self Employed complicating our situation a bit I have self employment income which is growing After our meeting with our CPA I don’t feel the stress I did when I