Author Archives: Evan

Thank You Fellow Bloggers!

In today’s internet, I feel like people don’t usually check out the a blogger’s blogroll, so as a way to say thank you I wanted to list the blogs that I read almost daily. My Blog Roll AllFinancialMatters Bad Money Advice Bargaineering Bible Money Matters Budgets are Sexy. Cash Money Life Clever Dude Finances &

Switzerland Oldest Bank Says F.U. America

Switzerland Oldest Bank Says F.U. America

When everything was going down with UBS, a different Swiss banking firm came out with a very strongly worded letter bashing the United States.  I have no idea how this possibly got past my radar, but it did. The Swiss Banking firm, which claims to be the oldest in the country, founded in 1741, is known as Wegelin &

Three Common Qualities of High Net Worth Individual’s Balance Sheets

Three Common Qualities of High Net Worth Individual’s Balance Sheets

I recently wrote that it doesn’t matter whether you make $46,000 a year or $460,000 the basics of personal finance are always the same, and one of my readers/fellow blogger, Investor Junkie, made a comment, @Evan: It would be great if you could write a few blog posts on your observations you’ve had working with

The 241st Carnival of Personal Finance

I was excited to be picked to host the 241st Edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance.  There were over 70 submissions to the Carnival this week!  I have read every single one below (to those that didn’t make it I am sorry) and can tell you each one will either teach you something or

Carnival of Money Stories 2

I like hosting in Carnivals because it forces me to read a ton of usually great posts from authors and bloggers that I don’t usually check out.  Carnival of Money Stories has a great objective, A weekly blog carnival where individuals share their stories/experiences with money So all those great authors and bloggers who submitted