Category Archives: Random

Some Links that I found Interesting

I have never really done a post highlighting links that I like but tonight I ran into a few links that I feel EVERYONE should check out. Ever wonder what a TRILLION dollars actually looks like? If you were curious whether the Emergency Fund has made it to mainstream? Wonder no more…The WSJ has covered

The Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility and Debt Repayment

The Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility and Debt Repayment

Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility I got on the subject of Law of diminishing Marginal Utility with The Wife today, a theory which I was able to explain to her today in english.  Despite it being an economic theory (read: usually hard) it is quite easy to understand.   First thing is first – utility means satisfaction.  Investopedia defines the Law

9 Personal Finance Lessons from Legend of Zelda

9 Personal Finance Lessons from Legend of Zelda

As I was going through this Week’s Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by Free Money Finance (hell yeah my article on Verifying your Beneficiaries was chosen by FMF) I found a GREAT blog post that I had to rip off. Let me be clear, I am completely ripping off Pimp Your Finances’ post – his article, titled

Work at Home Scams on the Rise

While surfing the net I saw a great question posed on the Money Blog Network Forum, but a relatively new user, Hi Everybody I was wondering if it is worth it working from home, I have been trying to find a job through the papers and a bunch of online job sites but can’t even

Simple way to Save money on Travel

This is an IM conversation I had today with a really good buddy of mine: Him: I hate all airline companies I hope they go out of business! Me: ummm Why? Him: I went to buy a plane ticket to SC yesterday – $200 and today it was $350! Me: WOAH… Him: Exactly why I

Crash Course in Economics – Keynesian Economics 101

Crash Course in Economics – Keynesian Economics 101

I started this blog so I can post about all things to do with money – including personal finance, economics and taxes.  I think I have blogged about ad naseum (hahah had to fit a little Latin jargon in there) about taxes and personal finances but very little about economics.  Notwithstanding, I had voiced my opinion about