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A Apr 14, 2014

High School Personal Finance Classes; Are They Really Useless?

Failure is frustrating.  But it’s part of life.  As a Personal Finance teacher, I’m wondering whether my work, over the past few years, will serve a long-term purpose. Years from now, will my lessons enter a cranial fog, joining (among others) content from AP Physics, Trigonometry or Chemistry? read more…

S Apr 11, 2014

Making Home Sweet Again

Islamorada, Florida.  From the bayside, it’s hard to believe that the channel for the Snake River cut actually exists. Until you’re right up on the marker, it appears to be a jungle of mangrove trees.  read more…

S Apr 9, 2014

The Tax on Social Security Benefits Is a Middle Class Tax

Q. Any couple on Social Security with an income of $59,350 has a lot of assets, so they are not being taxed unfairly. There are probably not many people above $47,000. I don't understand why the really wealthy even use Social Security and Medicare. They use them because they like read more…

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The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School

By Andrew Hallam

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