Jason Brown Leaves NFL Millions & then the Story Takes a REALLY Odd Turn
Tue, 11/25/14 | 8 Comments

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, and while you contemplate leaving your friends and family for the consumer madness of Black Friday, I wanted to share a good story that is in the spirit …

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Is Organic Food a “Luxury”?
October 23, 2013 | 18 Comments
Is Organic Food a “Luxury”?

An interesting discussion ensued last week on my cheap vs. quality vs. luxury post on organic food and whether or not it is a “luxury”.
In the post, I had given an example of a cheap …

Why Personal Finance is so Taboo (& how we can Change that)
October 21, 2013 | 13 Comments
Why Personal Finance is so Taboo (& how we can Change that)

When you stop to think about it – there are very few things in this country that are more taboo to talk about than personal finance.
We rarely talk about our income (especially at our places …

Cheap Vs. Quality & Quality Vs. Luxury
October 16, 2013 | 13 Comments
Cheap Vs. Quality & Quality Vs. Luxury

If you want to be smart about personal finance you have to understand the difference between cheap, quality, and luxury in order to make wise purchasing decisions.
On the surface, this seems easy. But it takes …

How Much Should I Save?
October 14, 2013 | 25 Comments
How Much Should I Save?

I get asked “how much money should I save?” quite often.
It’s one of those questions that people want a black and white answer to.
And it’s hard not to blame them. Personal finance is hard. We …

Are Moving Expenses Tax Deductible?
October 8, 2013 | 3 Comments
Are Moving Expenses Tax Deductible?

Reader, Kayla, writes in:
“I’m getting my first job and moving to a new location. Can I get any tax deductions for moving expenses?”
Congrats on landing your first job, Kayla – and great question.
Deducting moving …

Automatic “Gratuity” Will Soon be a Thing of the Past
October 7, 2013 | 22 Comments
Automatic “Gratuity” Will Soon be a Thing of the Past

You’re out for a nice dinner on a special occasion, then all of a sudden the waiter shows up with a bill. You scan down to the bottom to notice an automatic “gratuity” 18-20% or …


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