Tag Archives: Rant

Where are your Tax Dollars Going?

Where are your Tax Dollars Going?

I am not sure how I feel about the idea of TARP which wikipedia defines as, TARP allows the United States Department of the Treasury to purchase or insure up to $700 billion of “troubled” assets. “Troubled assets” are defined as “(A) residential or commercial mortgages and any securities, obligations, or other instruments that are… Continue Reading

Sometimes You HAVE to Ignore the Right thing to do! I Cancelled my Bank of America Credit Card Today

Sometimes You HAVE to Ignore the Right thing to do! I Cancelled my Bank of America Credit Card Today

I almost never lose my temper with customer service reps, and it usually gets me what I want or at the very least closer to my goal.  Whether we are talking about the cable company, cell phone companies, and most financial/credit card companies – I usually get what I want. Before I get the comments… Continue Reading

Increase Federal Taxation on Gas? What the Hell!

Increase Federal Taxation on Gas? What the Hell!

This is not so much a personal finance post but rather a rant about those ridiculous people in Washington which will eventually affect every reader’s wallet.  I am not sure where I heard it first but it seems that some smart people in Washington think nowis the time to increase the federally imposed tax on each gallon… Continue Reading

A Second Stimulus Will Not Solve your Problems

If you read other personal finance blogs, you’ll see my name all over the comments so I always click the little box that says email if there is a new comment – well my email box, has never been more bombarded than when the topic of second stimulus check comes up.  Want a great example… Continue Reading

A Likely and Logical Result – Can be Avoided using the My Journey Budget

I apologize if this post seems like a rant, but I just read a great article on CNBC titled, “Credit Cards Could Become Next Trouble Spot in Crisis” by Kenneth Stier which provides a lot of great info, but seems to completely ignore the underlying problem (beyond a sentance or two).  The Article is best… Continue Reading