Monthly Archives: January 2009

An Inspiring Debt Reduction Email

I recently received the following inspiring email from Valerie.  Valerie reads No Credit Needed, and she was also a member of the No Credit Needed Network. Subject: Thank You I just wanted to let you know that I finally paid … Continue reading

Posted in Debt Reduction, Motivation | 6 Comments

American Recovery and Reinvestment Bill – $2,927 Per United States Citizen

The House and Senate continue to discuss the fate of a proposed economic stimulus package – the American Recovery and Reinvestment Bill of 2009.  Currently, the House version of the bill includes $825 Billion dollars worth of new spending and … Continue reading

Posted in Taxes | 16 Comments

Senate Votes To Delay Analog To Digital Transition

Yesterday, the United States Senate voted, unanimously, to delay the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting.  Originally scheduled for February 17, the Senate approved delaying the the transition until June 12.  The measure approving the delay will now … Continue reading

Posted in Noted | 12 Comments

Getting Real With Myself About My Car

Confession time.  I’ve been thinking about buying a new-to-us car.  And by thinking, I mean obsessing. A little back story – My wife and I own three paid for automobiles – a minivan we paid cash for in 2007, an … Continue reading

Posted in Automobiles | 24 Comments