I love when people come visit us here – they are amazed at how beautiful a place this really is. My wife’s best friend and her husband are in from Chicago and we are having an incredible time showing them around our new hometown. So while I get back to entertaining, let me leave you with these 10 articles that caught my eye this week. Enjoy your Sunday!
My Dollar Plan wants to know if you report all your income. So, do you? People from all walks of life try to avoid paying taxes, but I think everyone should pay their fair share.
Cash Money Life says that now may be a good time to invest. While I agree, we are holding back right now as we are putting more money away for a house and I don’t want to lose any more in the market.
Gather Little By Little says goodbye to their house as they move out. Go wish GLBL some good luck with getting set up in their new home!
Money Ning talks about what the Presidential Candidates are saying about future taxes. Great look at the differences in their tax plans and references a chart from Money Magazine that I was going to post anyway. Thanks Money Ning!
The Dough Roller has how to survive a recession. In this economy, this could not be more timely!
My Super-Charged Life has 8 Tips For Investing Money To Build Wealth. Great list for those looking to get started on building wealth.
Consumerism Commentary talks about keeping emotions and finances separate. It’s hard to do, I agree – if I had let my emotions get the best of me in this roller coaster of an economy, I probably would have sold all of our stock. Luckily, my rational mind won that battle…
Being Frugal has ideas for frugal Halloween costumes. I am with Lynnae on this for two reasons – to save money and to reduce the amount of crappy plastic & chemicals kids are exposed to from those cheap store-bought costumes. Last year Americans spent $5.07 billion on Halloween. Hopefully we won’t come close to that this year, it’s so silly.
Four Pillars asks “Is the Current Market Drop Bad, Good or Irrelevant?“. It all depends on your outlook!
Moolanomy talks about Obama vs. McCain and your retirement savings. From the looks of this and their tax cut chart (from Money Ning’s article, above), Obama’s plan comes out ahead.