What are Annuities? An Introduction to Immediate Annuities

What are Annuities? An Introduction to Immediate Annuities

Understanding Annuities makes it easier for you to make an informed decision rather than just listening to an advisor or worse a talking head on television.  Annuities often bring up strong emotions when they really shouldn’t, it is nothing more than a financial product often issued by insurance companies.  The definition of an annuity is

Most People that Tell You They Don’t Want to be Wealthy are Lying

Most People that Tell You They Don’t Want to be Wealthy are Lying

This post is completely inspired by a post by a recent tongue in cheek post (I swear I have never used that saying before, and I don’t think I will again) by Joe over at Personal Finance by The Book.  Joe starts the post by telling a story, I have a friend who told me, “Joe,

Evan By Numbers May 2010

One of the main reasons that I started this blog was to hold myself accountable, since I truly believe that Accountability Leads to Success when dealing with personal finance and me.. it is even in my FIRST post from August 2008 it is right there in the first sentence of published work on this blog! I updated

Is Home Remodeling Really an Investment? Is Remodeling Worth it?

I have never seen the show “Bang for your Buck” on HGTV until today, and all it really made me do was question whether home remodeling is really an investment?  Currently, I live in a brand new Town House (or it was brand new when I bought it in 2007) which has a limited price

What is Your Day Job or Profession?

Whenever I get a comment I always wonder what makes up that person.  I will admit that I literally click on every link and check every site that is embeded in my comments.  One one hand I am curious, and would be happy to discover a new site to read, on the other I want

Delinquent Credit Card Payments May Lead to Inadvertent Opportunity

Delinquent Credit Card Payments May Lead to Inadvertent Opportunity

My financial prowess has been anything but impressive. I decided to attend a private school in Florida, rather than NJ, which effectively set me back close to $200,000 in student loans. That decision has turned my finances upside down and has forced me to make other stupid decisions, simply to offset the monster debt I