Carnival of Debt Reduction

My article about deducting Education Loans was chosen to be in the latest Carnival of Debt Reduction found at Mighty Bargain Hunter. Some interesting articles there including one that I don’t agree with a whole lot, but take a look at “The Moral Collapse of America” and 15 Things Wrong with America.  I actually disagree

The Wife Knows!

I am not sure if she’ll read the blog on a daily basis, make comments or simply ignore it, but whatever her choice/participation is – it is appreciated and more than welcomed.  Maybe I’ll let her do a guest post

Debt Update 8/27/2008

In conjunction with providing great and useful information, I created this blog is to keep me accountable for my debts.  As of this update I am focusing on my wife and I’s Credit Cards (as indicated by my status bar to the left). This is an update as to our progress: 7/27/2008 8/27/2008 CitiCard #1 141.99

Education Loan Interest is Not Always Tax Deductible

Education Loan Interest is Not Always Tax Deductible

It seems to be a common statement among parents, planners, financial aid people, some bloggers, etc. that Don’t worry about education loans, they are tax deductible… Like most tax advice given…it is a half truth. Student Loans Are not Always Tax Deductible Yes, your interest is tax deductible if you don’t pass certain threshold income

My First Carnival!

Check out the Carnival of Personal Finance #167 – “Highlights from the Beijing 2008 Olympics” hosted by Broke Grad Student!  My first carnival post how exciting!