Is Evan a Personal Finance D-Bag Part 2?

Is Evan a Personal Finance D-Bag Part 2?

Last time I asked the question of whether I was a personal finance D-Bag I went to The Met and paid the full “suggested” price to get in.  I couldn’t decide if I was a good humanitarian or a personal finance blogger d-bag.  I got some great responses, If you can afford to pay the

What does your Tax Return Say About You and Your Financial Health?

What does your Tax Return Say About You and Your Financial Health?

I just recently discovered the new York Times Series titled, Financial Tuneup whereby author Ron Lieber attempts To tackle the never-ending, ever-multiplying list of undone money tasks in your life, he came up with the idea of taking a fiscal health day — a single day to tuneup your personal finances, during business hours. I

Why Use a Prepaid Credit Card?

There are many benefits to using a prepaid credit card.  A prepaid credit, also known as a secured credit card  is defined by bank rate as a credit card that, “…requires a cash collateral deposit that becomes the credit line for that account.” What are Some Advantages of Using a Prepaid Credit Card? You can

Some Past Financial Bubbles

Some Past Financial Bubbles

Considering our recent banking, and real estate bubble and all this talk about whether the 2 year run in gold is actually a bubble has me thinking about what were some of the bubble in our history?  What financial bubbles did our ancestors have to deal with? What is an Economic Bubble? According to Wikipedia,