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Should I roll over my 401k? Part 3 – Vanguard Options

(Continued from Should I roll over my 401k? Part 2 - Maybe Rollover into Fidelity?) I believe in the power of low-cost investing in well-managed index funds, as proposed by books such as Random Walk Down Wall Street and Four Pillars of Investing. … [Read the rest]

What Cars do PF/Money Bloggers Drive?

Here we are, all trying to either retire comfortably or be filthy rich. But what are we rollin' in now? I just bought a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix. It's got a somewhat peppy V6, and is a great highway cruiser. My wife drives a '95 Nissan. I'm always … [Read the rest]

What Cars do Money Bloggers Drive?

Here we are, all trying to either retire comfortably or be filthy rich. But what are we rollin' in now? I just bought a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix. It's got a somewhat peppy V6, and is a great highway cruiser. My wife drives a '95 Nissan. I'm always … [Read the rest]

Should I roll over my 401k? Part 2 – Maybe Rollover into Fidelity?

(Continued from Should I roll over my 401k? Part 1 - Stay put with old 401k?) I just had a couple of very nice conversations with the customer service reps at Fidelity and Vanguard about rolling over my 401k into an IRA. I've always liked dealing … [Read the rest]

Should I roll over my 401k? Part 1 – Stay put with old 401k?

So it's time to decide whether I should keep my 401k money at the original manager Fidelity, or roll it over to join my IRAs at Vanguard. I have enough in there to be allowedto leave it indefinitely. I'm not considering any other options as I've … [Read the rest]

Carnival of Personal Finance #7 is up

This week's Carnival of Personal Finance is up at InCashFlowWeTrust. Check it out, lots of submissions this week, even I somehow managed to do it. … [Read the rest]

2005 State Sales Tax Holiday Schedule & Details

Ok, I'm making a dent in my blog reading. Earlier this week No Credit Needed posted the schedule for State Sales Tax Holidays, a good reminder for those that need to do shopping in the near future, especially for the kiddos. What are sales tax … [Read the rest]

Forced Frugality – It is HOT in hurrrrrrrrrr….

Day 10 of this suffocating heat wave. If you are in part of the country which is mosty-toasty right now, you understand. Oh, wait. Only if you don't have air conditioning like us do you really understand! Here is our advanced high-tech setup: … [Read the rest]

Bought me a car

I finally got all the paperwork for the purchase of my new car, which is actually my old company car which coincidentally came off-lease recently. I paid an even $8,000 after taxes and fees for a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix. Kelley Blue Book and … [Read the rest]

Book Review: The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke

First, let me say that I used to find the Suze Orman Show really annoying. I guess the main thing was her habit of asking a question, and then say "Now, you say XXX, but what you REALLY mean is XXX? Now let me guess, your husband/wife/lover … [Read the rest]

Bubble? Anti-Bubble articles.

Here are some Anti-Bubble articles to form a counterpoint to the Pro-Bubble articles I posted yesterday: - Jim Jubak of MSN Money writes an article title "Why there is no housing bubble", where he argues that high housing prices are a direct … [Read the rest]

Bubble? Pro-Bubble articles.

I've already expounded a bit on my thoughts on the real estate market, but here are some interesting sites that I view as Pro-Bubble: - An opinion article in the Economist Magazine takes a wider, world view. This article is a bit long, but a good … [Read the rest]

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