Welcome to the September 2, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.This time around we have a good number of great articles on investing and stock trading. Christien has a nice article warning about online payday loan scams. Many are familiar with the checking cashing and payday loan places in their neighborhood but might have not realized how popular they are online also. David de Souza has an article for Landlords with 3 Ways To Reduce Your Tax Bill. Real Estate remains a great way to reduce your taxable income especially when you are single or your income does not rise above the unlimited deduction limits. Jacob A. Irwin takes a look at Buying Company Stock In Your Retirement plan. Staying diversified is key here. And finally Arjun Rudra posts about Investing in small and micro cap value stocks. Really great material from Arjun and everyone. Make sure to bookmark, share, and return for the next edition.
Christien presents Avoid Online Payday Loan Scams ? Your Checklist posted at Online Payday Loan Companies Reviewed For Your Safety.
Hussein Sumar presents Tax Saving Tips for IRA Investors - After Tax Contributions (Basis), Income in Respect of Descendent, 10% Excess Tax & Substantially Equal Periodic Payments (SEPPs) posted at Roth IRA, saying, "Thousands of IRA investors miss out on important tax benefits each year because they are not familiar with the Tax Act and laws. Others make crucial errors when filing their tax returns. For instance, IRA investors may pay taxes on monies that should have been tax free or pay excise taxes on IRA distributions when these distributions should be free of tax. Our aim in this article is to highlight some IRA tax laws and how you can benefit from them."
Jacob A. Irwin presents Should You Buy Company Stock In Your Retirement Account? posted at My Money Blog - Personal Finance and Investing, saying, "A look at the specific scenarios when you should and should not purchase stock in the company for which you work."
Arjun Rudra presents Investing in small and micro cap value stocks with Matt Miller of Chanticleer Holdings posted at Investing Thesis, saying, "An interview with Matt Miller of Chanticleer Holdings. Matt helped launch Chanticleer Investors II, a value oriented fund, on January 1st 2007 and has served as co-portfolio manager of that entity since its inception. Matt's top stock pick is a company called Eastern Insurance Holdings (EIHI:NASDAQ)."
Mike Piper presents TIPS vs. Nominal Treasury Bonds posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "When does it make sense to use inflation-protected bonds, and when does it make sense to use the traditional nominal Treasury bonds?"
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