You’ve no doubt heard about the harrowing ride investors took yesterday as the Dow took a 1,010 point nosedive and then recovered to close just 347 points down for the day. While there was no root cause of the dive, the riots in Greece following the Greek government’s approval of its portion of the European […]
Posted on 06. May, 2010 by Jason Guthrie.
I never thought I would see a headline like this one. But earlier today CEO Michael Metter and CFO Steven Moskowitz were arrested and charged by the SEC for defrauding investors. Metter and Moskowitz are the top executives of SpongeTech Delivery Systems Inc. – a company that makes the SpongeBob SquarePants and other soap-filled bath […]
With tax season mostly behind us (hopefully you at least filed for an extension) this is the perfect time for me to remind everyone to spend some time and re-evaluate their tax strategy for 2010. Trust me, there’s a reason that wealthy individuals spend more money on tax planning rather than preparation. Filling out a […]
This book review is a long time coming! It’s been sitting on my desk for a long time, but a week of paternity leave has allowed me to finish it and put my thoughts about it down on paper (figuratively, of course). Secrets of a Stingy Scoundrel: 100 Dirty Little Money-grubbing Secrets is written by […]
Did you know that printing and distributing local currency is completely legal? Under certain circumstances your local city could print its own currency – and because of the current economic conditions many are. First, the rules: The currency can’t resemble a US dollar Only paper currency can be printed – no coins allowed Any income […]