What if you were to think a bit differently about retirement and invest for cash flow versus investing for appreciation. Here’s a look.
Archives for 2012
If you’ve paid contract or freelance workers more than $600 throughout the tax year, you are required to file a 1099-MISC. Here’s how.
One mistake people make is to assume that their insurance rates are the best available, when they could be saving hundreds by switching.
Most people, except for a few who don’t make enough, will need to file taxes. Even those who aren’t making enough may want to file. Here’s why.
My Lending Club returns continued improving despite my account having it’s first charged off loan.
The payroll tax holiday was extended by Congress temporarily through February of 2012. Here’s what you can expect.
My wife’s parents had a neighbor who seemed successful, but recently he plead guilty to fraud and faked his own death. Greed never ends well.
Welcome 2012! January of a new year offers all of us a clean slate. Many blogs have been rife with suggestions for how to start the New Year on the right foot and make changes for the better with finances and diet, among other things. It is important to set new goals for yourself in […]