Sometimes Ignoring Finances is Best

I haven’t posted in a few weeks because life has gotten serious (that’s the only way I can describe it.)  I have gotten into such a great routine with finances and have become quite disciplined in sticking to our budget that it usually seems second nature to me.  I like this because saying no to

The 401(K) Doesn’t Need to Be Overhauled

The New York Times recently ran a story titled “Should the 401(k) be Reformed or Replaced?” the author, Steven Greenhouse, seem to cover a litany of topics ranging from the 401(k) history to a new government mandated retirement account without actually discussing personal responsibility.  The 401(k) doesn’t need to be reformed, replaced or overhauled people

Covered Call Strategy in my Traditional IRA Update

Earlier this year I decided to finally man up and put some money into an idea I have had for a while.  The basic idea is to purchase short term covered calls on near the money stocks that are inexpensive in terms of whole dollars so I can buy multiple contracts (an option contract is

Why Do People Care About the New Health Care Surtax?

You literally can’t open a financial website or check out a financial magazine without hearing about the New Health Care Surtax and I don’t know why  It isn’t that a new tax of this magnitude isn’t important it is that just the majority of the people, call it 95%ish, will never encounter the new tax

My Favorite Trigger Signals

This guest post has been written by Mike from The Dividend Guy Blog.  By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.   -Oscar Wilde- Now that you have the liquidity ready to buy any stocks you want, that doesn’t mean you should be in