Tax Changes for 2013–Fiscal Cliff Deal Finalized

CCH recently released a fantastic Tax Briefing on the legislation passed to avoid the tax die of the Fiscal Cliff.  There were some significant changes to the tax law, as well as avoidance of some terrible sunsets.  I think my personal opinion of the deal would be better suited for another post.  Below are some

2013 Goals and Objectives

Having just went over how I did with my 2012 goals and objectives it (and considering I am writing this post on 1/1/2013) it is time for my yearly goals and objectives post.  I create these posts mostly for myself to see what I accomplished over the year while providing myself with focus to prevent

How Did I Do With my 2012 Goals and Objectives?

One of the things I really like about this blog is that I am able to put my goals and objectives for the upcoming year and then unlike most people I can then take an actual look to see if I even came close to achieving those goals.  I have been doing this for a

Debt Advice: What’s the Point?

Getting advice might seem like an obvious thing to do when you’re in debt. However, most people who are in debt wait until their situation is desperate before they start seeking advice. So why do people wait so long to get advice? Why wait? Most people think that despite having lots of debt, they can

Why I am Almost Always Bearish on Investing in Physical Gold and You Should be Too

Evan’s Note: This Post is from a new blogger who was able to highlight why I don’t like gold as an investment much more eloquently than I would have been able to. Scott Hopkins is the author of Youthful Investor. Besides long walks on the beach, Scott enjoys dividends, low P/E ratios, commission free ETFs