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The Poor Millionaire

In this past Sunday’s roundup I cited Bargaineering’s post which discussed a guy who had trouble on a million dollar income. I missed the original article when it was posted a year ago, Getting By on $1,000,000 a Year, by James Altucher. In his article he discusses how his friend (Mike) just had a million [...]

Going to the Dogs

I recently read that Leona Helmsley bequeathed $8 billion to a charitable trust dedicated to “the care and welfare of dogs.” I have nothing against dogs, or other pets, for that matter. When I read stories of people spending large sums of money on their pets, I think it’s their money, to spend as they [...]

A bit above average

As a fan of Garrison Keillor’s “News from Lake Wobegone” where, “all of the children are above average,” I’m always intrigued to find some reference to an ‘average’ so off the mark it strikes me as comical. Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ) helped me find a recent example. They quote Senators Hillary Clinton and Barrack [...]