The ACA (Obamacare) Survives. But is it Actually Working?
Tue, 06/30/15 | 10 Comments

With last Thursday’s ACA Supreme Court ruling confirming that Congress intended to include subsidies for those on the federal exchange in addition to state exchanges, the ACA has now survived an election, two Supreme Court …

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Lazy with Food: Restaurant Vs. Grocery Expenses
April 6, 2015 | 25 Comments
Lazy with Food: Restaurant Vs. Grocery Expenses

You can blame the plight of the common American’s bank account on many things – predatory lending, increased health care costs, the gutting of the middle class, higher taxes, stalling wage growth, etc., and you …

The Reward… Finally
April 1, 2015 | 19 Comments
The Reward… Finally

Guys/gals – I finally did it.
All the hard work, the planning, the strategy, the sacrifice, the blood, the sweat, the tears – all for this one moment.
And I have been dying to break the news …

Always Be Looking (for a Better Job)
March 30, 2015 | 11 Comments
Always Be Looking (for a Better Job)

It’s time for an exciting Miller household update that has been a few years in the making – that also provides a valuable takeaway for us all. And no – it’s not kids – but …

40+ Hours a Week Making Money & ZERO on Personal Finance? INSANITY!
March 23, 2015 | 15 Comments
40+ Hours a Week Making Money & ZERO on Personal Finance? INSANITY!

Lets talk about personal finance time investment.
One of the great profound mysteries that I have been completely unable to understand or solve in my 7+ years of personal finance blogging is why the masses invest …

Have Kids? Save for your Retirement or Their College? Here’s a Guilt-Free Solution
March 18, 2015 | 12 Comments
Have Kids? Save for your Retirement or Their College? Here’s a Guilt-Free Solution

A few weeks back, I was having a conversation with a co-worker who had the wise goal of “getting the most out of the benefits available” to employees at our company.
That proclamation opened the door …

Patrick Pichette Retires Early – But Far Later than Necessary
March 16, 2015 | 7 Comments
Patrick Pichette Retires Early – But Far Later than Necessary

By now, you’ve probably heard that Patrick Pichette, Google’s CFO, is hanging up his… calculator (er.. spreadsheets, maybe?) at the age of 52. Pichette publicly announced his retirement in a Google+ post last week. OK, …


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