10 Threats to your Future Prosperity

This week, I have been thinking a lot about financial winners and losers. What makes some people succeed, while others fail? Why do those who start out with nothing often wind up more prosperous those who start out with everything? […]

The High Cost of Planned Obsolescence

Wednesday, I was walking my dogs around town and I noticed a couple of television sets abandoned in front of an apartment building. It got me thinking about how much money we spend on items that quickly become obsolete. […]

How to Make Money In the Stock Market For Beginners

The journey of a new investor takes many twists and turns. From my own personal experience, I hope to shed some light on how even a beginner can invest profitably in the stock market. In this post, I’ll take you through step by step about what you should do.

This week’s article is a guest […]

How Large Corporations Skirt Taxes

Although America has some of the highest corporate income tax rates in the world, the amount some large corporations actually pay is embarrassingly small. […]