So you're finally out of debt, saved up an emergency fund, and are ready to start saving for retirement. The question that you have now is, what type of retirement account should you choose? An IRA, … [Read more...] about What Type Of Retirement Account Should I Choose? Traditional IRA, Roth IRA And 401k
Since the market collapsed back in 2008 we've seen the real estate market take a nosedive. People who bought at the height of the market (assuming that real estate would always appreciate) found … [Read more...] about If Your House Is Worth Less Than You Owe, Is It OK To Just Stop Paying Your Mortgage And Walk Away?
A while back after reading about peer-to-peer lending (or social lending) via a variety of personal finance blogs I decided to look into it a bit more. The idea sounds intriguing. Instead of dealing … [Read more...] about Lending Club Review And Account Opening Process
Yesterday I talked about the energy efficiency tax credits for home improvements that homeowners can take advantage of through the end of 2010. They can use the tax credits upgrade their windows, … [Read more...] about Cash For Caulkers Home Improvement Rebate: Money To Retrofit Your Home For Energy Efficiency
Congress took action a few months back and extended energy efficiency tax credits for most homeowners through the end of 2010. If you’ve been looking to upgrade your water heater or windows and d … [Read more...] about Home Improvement Tax Credits For Energy Efficient Products: Insulation, Windows, Heaters And More
I just launched this blog earlier this week with the goal of keeping myself accountable, sharing useful information as it pertains to personal finance, and of course helping others who are having a … [Read more...] about I’m Joining The Financial Samurai’s Alexa Ranking Challenge
A while back I started blogging online so that I could share my thoughts on politics, money, religion and a variety of other topics. I found that I wasn't really passionate about all the topics, and … [Read more...] about Welcome To Smart On Money!