Monthly Archives: June 2018


Reviewing My Goals and Objectives for 2018

With about half the year gone, I figured it was a good time to check out my goals and objectives for 2018.  See if I am blowing any of them out of the water (unlikely) or if I am severely under-performing where I thought I'd be at this point (likely).  For the past few years I have orgnized my goals and objectives into the following categories, and as such it would only make sense to review them in the same categories: Professional Life Blogging World Online Income World Financial Goals Personal Life Mid-Year Review of my 2018 Goals and Objectives Professional Life [...]

By |2018-06-28T16:01:38-04:00June 29th, 2018|Personal Situation|4 Comments

What Does the IRS Have to do With an EIN?

A Federal Employee Identification Number (EIN) is a unique number the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) assigns to most types of business entities for tax reporting and filing purposes. IRS-EIN-Tax-ID is an easy and secure way to apply for an EIN online through their secure website. An EIN is required in the following circumstances: You have employees You operate your business as a partnership or corporation You pay excise, alcohol, tobacco, employment, or firearms tax You have a Keogh plan You withhold taxes on revenue, besides pay, paid to a foreign alien You are involved with a trust, estate, IRA, real estate mortgage [...]

By |2018-06-28T19:56:54-04:00June 28th, 2018|Taxes|0 Comments

Fidelity, You Can Do Better

It has been a while since I have been this frustrated with a faceless corporation, but wow, has fidelity completely pissed me off, and what's worse it doesn't even matter.  So in an non-original fashion, I'll just bitch about it on my site that doesn't get enough pageviews to matter. Background of my Frustration with Fidelity About 2 months ago, I received an email from my brother who asked if I would be interested in starting another investment club.  This one would be with a buddy of his, and would focus a little bit more on dividend paying stocks.  Since, I have really enjoyed the [...]

By |2018-06-26T15:16:32-04:00June 26th, 2018|product review|2 Comments

5 Tips To Help You Through The Car-Buying Process

If you’re interested in buying a car at Abbotsford dealership, you may be dreading the process. Buying a car can be exhausting, and it’s a big decision. Even just thinking about shopping for a car at an Abbotsford dealership may make you tired, or fill you with a sense of dread. However, buying a car doesn’t have to be an ordeal. If you follow just a few helpful tips, you’ll be able to buy a car in just a few hours. Begin With A Budget The first thing you should do – before you even begin shopping at a dealership – is [...]

By |2019-07-07T11:42:30-04:00June 22nd, 2018|Random|0 Comments

Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock Watch List June 2018

After finishing The Acquirer's Multiple book by Tobias Carlisle, I decided that I wanted to give the valuation method a chance.  It takes a bit of a different spin on valuation than what I had been used to.  It moves away from using price as a cornerstone (i.e. does not look at price to earnings, price to book, price to etc.) and takes a look at balance sheet and earnings.  It seemed like a very interesting take on the same desire to buy a $1 for .50 cents.  After some research I figured out that running the screen for the Acquirer's Multiple [...]

By |2018-07-16T15:19:02-04:00June 19th, 2018|Dividend Investment Portfolio|1 Comment