Category Archives: Random

Does Ethnicity Play a Part in How You View Retirement Accounts?

Vanguard recently released a very interesting study titled, “Diversity and Defined Contributions plans: Loans and hardship withdrawals” which looked at the loan rates according to ethnicity across 7 defined contributions plans.  The sample size was almost 250,000 and was made up of active participants.  I don’t remember my 401(k) asking me my race/ethnicity, but apparentlyContinue Reading

Considerations When Making the Leap to Self-Employment

Working for yourself may be your dream; it is certainly the dream of many who imagine not having a boss looking over their shoulder, being able to set their own schedule and spending all of their working time working for themselves and their own business.  If you are a writer or artist, being able toContinue Reading

Sponsored Video: Global Statistics Without the Spin by The Financial Times

Sponsored Video I wish the United States had a news Source that wasn’t always trying to push an agenda.  It always amazes me that you can watch the same a piece about the exact same topic on FoxNews and on MSNBC and it doesn’t even seem they are talking about something that occurred in theContinue Reading

Do People Consider The Economy When Choosing a Major? A No Statistic Discussion of the Topic

Considering I graduated from college in 2003 and law school in 2006 I feel like I am pretty far removed from academia.  That became even more evident when I went to my younger brother’s MBA Graduation Ceremony.  He received his MBA from where I received my undergraduate degree and if you think I enjoy lifeContinue Reading

I Love Eduardo Saverin’s Move to Become an Ex-Pat

I write this post on the eve of facebook going public tomorrow (actually today since I am writing this after 12am), and while I don’t get the hype about the facebook IPO this is a buzz that is unavoidable.  Part of that buzz is the news story that one of the co-founders of facebook, EduardoContinue Reading

I am Very Disappointed in Myself

In the beginning of the year, I created my goals and objectives for 2012 and while I’ll do a full review in a couple weeks I was thinking about just one aspect of that post the other day and got pretty angry with myself.  I think these feelings started to brew when I noticed thatContinue Reading