Category Archives: Random

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

How to Steer Clear of Shady Advisors – It is Harder than you Think

How to Steer Clear of Shady Advisors – It is Harder than you Think

As I have stated, I constantly read WSJ.com’s Personal Finance Section online, I find that their articles are usually interesting and informative; well tonight I read an article which was neither.  It was titled, “How to Steer Clear of Shady Advisors” written by Mary Pilon.  It was obviously (in my humble opinion) written by Ms.

World of Personal Finance Map

Prime Time Money made the a cool map of the location of your fav. personal finance bloggers check it out here: Check it out, even though, my little thumbnail is blocked…too many of us damn New Yorkers! I wonder what weird financial/map google adsense ads are going show up!

I Liked this Foward – Not Related to Finance

To All My Democrat Friends: Please accept with no obligation, implied or explicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress, non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular

Who Supports our Country? The Wealthy Pay Provide Most of Income Taxes

Who Supports our Country? The Wealthy Pay Provide Most of Income Taxes

I know the title may be a tad dramatic, but I read an article from The Economist where the Author makes note that the deficit had been reduced (from 2004 to 2007) by, at least in part, due to the increase in income taxes from the wealthy getting wealthier in this country.  Take a moment