There is a wealth of information on the internet about relocation and moving expense that you can find using Google. Rather than re-invent the wheel, check out what they’ve got to suggest. You’ll find some sites with checklists as well. Don’t want to leave anything reimbursable or deductible out! I’ll get you started with the … Continue reading Moving / Relocation Expenses?
The FDIC publishes a periodical called “Consumer News”. One edition headlines “You Can Organize and Simplify Your Financial Life: A How-To Guide“. I am posting the link to the publication (PDF format) for online viewing, file saving and/or printing. It’s got some really good basic advice!
Concerned about your income tax for 2011? If you expect a large income tax refund it means you overpaid your taxes. Maybe you use it as a “savings” account – heck, with today’s savings rates it’s about the same as having stuffed it in your mattress. If you owe a large amount of income tax … Continue reading ‘Tis the season to be
From the San Diego Union-Tribune: In Your 50s? Absorb Lessons of ‘Inside Job’ Written by: Tim Maurer 06/16/11 – 7:15 AM EDT Tickers in this article: GS HUNT VALLEY, Md. (TheStreet) — It is not my desire to promote paranoia or incite bitterness and hatred toward the financial industry, but as 50-somethings or older undoubtedly … Continue reading In Your 50s? Absorb Lessons of ‘Inside Job’
The US government has several sites and free resources available for your personal financial planning – like this one: http://investor.gov/ Continue reading Free resources for investors like you
May 2, 2011 By the Numbers by Jack Hough (Author Archive) 8 Ways to Buy More Happiness If money can buy health and leisure and banish worry and toil, why is the effect of money on happiness so weak in studies? Simple: Most people are bad at spending, according to a paper published this month … Continue reading 8 Ways to Buy More Happiness