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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Payroll Deduction Social Security Pay Cut in 2013

How many of you have prepared for the social security tax increase you’ll be seeing shortly? If your a citizen of the U.S. and draw a paycheck then you’ve probably already seen a pay cut in your take home pay. If you haven’t, be prepared, You will see a pay cut. When our government passed legislation to avoid the fiscal ... Read More »

Investing For Financial Independence – Part One

Investing for Financial Independence Here’s part one on investing for financial independence. For those of us working towards financial independence investing is not an option, it is mandatory. I’m an avid investor and have been investing in various types of market securities for over 30 years. I’ve had mixed results but overall am happy with where I’m at in my investments and ... Read More »

Introduction on How To Budget

How many of us truly know how to budget? By that I mean, are we capable of setting up a reasonable budget and stick to it? Personally, I am a whiz at setting up a budget, seriously, I am. I can tell you exactly how much I need to set aside to pay for auto insurance, utilities, food, DEBT REDUCTION, etc. BUT, ... Read More »

Debt consolidation can eliminate your financial woes: Steps to follow

Editor: Dan Marshall is guest contributor  Dan’s posts focus on debt related matters such as consolidation and elimination. If you are interested in submitting a guest post at the Wise Dollar, please contact me with an overview of what you would like to post. Thanks – Jose Credit has become the necessary evil for all the people. As a result, almost 58% of ... Read More »