Long Term Care Insurance May be Federal Income Tax Deductible

I have discussed in the past that Long Term Care Insurance may be state income tax deductible, but I have never really went into the federal tax aspects Long Term Care Insurance. Luckily, I don’t have to.  Every year there is an update released by The Corporation for Long-Term Care Certification. http://myjourneytomillions.com/2010_One_Page_Tax_Summary.pdf My Opinion of LongContinue Reading

I Have No Idea about Credit Card Rewards

The Wife and I have had similar views on credit cards for as long as I can remember – they are neither good nor evil, but rather just tools.  Well since the hammer that was beating me upside my head (e.g. debt) has finally ended, and with the start of the new year The WifeContinue Reading

Goals and Objectives for 2010! Need Help Solidifying

The main reason I started this blog was to create a diary of My Journey and it didn’t take long for me to realize that accountability leads to success.  As such, every year I create a sort of Goals and Objectives, my latest one being my Goals and Objectives for 2009.   I then highlighted throughout the year how IContinue Reading

Best of My Journey to Millions for 2009

Thank You! Thank you to everyone that reads this blog and comments on it! I love interacting with people and encourage people to email me to talk about anything.  This year I wrote 168 posts and just wanted to highlight a couple of my favorites from each month: Favorite Posts from My Journey to MillionsContinue Reading

Four Words in Personal Finance that Piss me Off…and The Wife Says them All the Time

I can’t explain it, but for some reason whenever The Wife says the words, “We Can’t Afford It” my blood boils. I mean makes me argue something fierce. Hell, even writing about it makes me use weird terms like “something fierce.”  The anger can actually compound if those words are, Said to someone else; and/orContinue Reading

What to do with Unwanted or Semi Used Gift Cards

Every year I receive gift cards, and in the past I wouldn’t always use the entire balance, or I just wouldn’t the card at all (*gasp*).  So I had to come up with a couple of ways to combat wasting the gift card. Before you judge me about wasting gift cards, according to the NewContinue Reading