Category Archives: Personal Finance

2008 Income Source Statistics by Age and Total Income

I saw 2 really cool tables from the Tax Foundation’s Tax Policy Blog that to put it simply…inspired me.  Both provide an statistical evidence of what I have intrinsically thought was correct, and where I should go. Statistics of Income Sources of 2008 Tax Returns The first Table provides an insight as to what sourcesContinue Reading

Another Reason to Check your Credit Report – New York Default Judgment Getting Thrown Out

On July 22, 2009, New York Attorney General Michael Cuomo filed papers to throw out 100,000 default judgments due to bad service.  When I wrote a post way back in December about Default Judgments and How they Affect your Personal Finances I skipped over service of the papers to start a lawsuit. New York ServiceContinue Reading

Your Credit Score Matters

Luckily this blog is anonymous so I can talk about whatever I feel like!  Well today I got a rough phone call from the Sister in Law.  She was looking into buying a home with her boyfriend.  Well, when they went to get pre-approved she was met with a a very low number due toContinue Reading

Bachelor Party Finances – 5 Ways to Keep Costs Low

Yesterday, I got back from a ridiculous weekend at the New Jersey Shore (Avalon to be exact).  I was there for my friend’s bachelor party.  I have known this buddy since we were 8, so being one-third of the team that was setting it up, I was pumped to make it SICK.  And I succeeded.Continue Reading

Easy Way to Save Money – Check your Utility and Cable Bills

I apologize for the short post, but I wanted to point out a stupid lesson I learned last week.  After the 150th commercial bragging about $99 for phone, internet and tv service, I lost it.  I called up my cable company asking, “why the hell was I paying $150 with no phone service!?” The very niceContinue Reading

Sallie Mae Creates New Student Loan Product to Replace Current Private Loan

What is Sallie Mae? According to their website, Sallie Mae®, the nation’s leading provider of student loans and administrator of college savings plans, has helped millions of Americans achieve their dream of a higher education. The company primarily provides federal and private student loans for undergraduate and graduate students and their parents. In addition, SallieContinue Reading