Welcome to the June 16, 2011 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy. In this issue in additional to Wesley Snipes staying in jail we have Father's Day Gifts For Stock Market Investors by ThisIsWhyImBroke. Steve has a couple of nice stories for us including a tutorial on using your 401(k) to start a business and why it's a good time to take profits in Exxon Mobile. We have 10 Dividend Stocks for the Future from Jared H. And finally Boomer lets us know when its time to Fire Your Investment Manager. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, and come back soon.
Pinyo presents How to Review and Update Your Homeowners Insurance posted at Moolanomy, saying, "Many people neglect to update their homeowners insurance policies as time goes on. Here are two insurance factors you must review periodically to avoid being underinsured when disaster strikes."
Tommy John presents California Faces Battle Over Budget as State Runs Out of Money | 2010 Taxes posted at 2010Taxes, saying, "California legislators battle over how to balance their budget as they face a $10 billion shortfall."
Jeff Weber presents 3 Reasons You Should Do a 0% Balance Transfer Now posted at Smart Balance Transfers, saying, "Credit card companies are offering some of the most generous 0% interest deals in history. This, as well as economic fatctors, make now as good a time as any for consumers to evaluate this expense reduction option."
Tommy John presents US Congress Urged By A Group Of Patriotic Millionaires To Increase Their Taxes to Reduce the National Debt | 2010 Taxes posted at 2010Taxes, saying, "Patriotic millionaires request the Bush Tax cuts be reversed to pay down the US debt on the bills 10 year anniversary."
Tommy John presents Blade star Wesley Snipes to Stay Incarcerated For Failing to File Taxes | 2010 Taxes posted at 2010Taxes, saying, "Blade star Wesley Snipes failed to pay his taxes during a profitable period of movie making and his now paying the price."
Carlos Sera presents An Inflationary Tale | Financial Tales posted at Financial Tales, saying, "This tale will be particularly important to those that are no longer working and must live off of their capital for the rest of their lives."
Steve presents Tax Refunds and Bankruptcy; Don't Give your IRS Refund Away | 2008 Taxes posted at 2008 Taxes, saying, "Filing for bankruptcy prior to receiving a tax refund will result in the loss of that refund."
Steve presents How to Use 401(k) Funds to Start a New Business posted at FastSwings.com - Steve Patterson, saying, "Using your retirement account to fund your small business could earn you the best rate of return possible."
Maxim Kazawy presents 5 Best Dividend Paying Mutual Funds with High Income posted at Best Dividend Mutual Funds, saying, "you know dividends make a very important part of any investor's portfolio. Dividends provide an instant cash flow return on your investment and also act as a downside protector in bear markets."
Maxim Kazawy presents Stocks that Pay High Dividends - June 2011 Edition posted at Best Dividend Stocks, saying, "Stocks that pay high dividends can be an effective way of building long term wealth by re-investing dividends to buy more shares of stock of the underlying companies. Investors should particularly invest in those stocks that are growing their dividends year over year"
Darwin presents 10 Dow Stocks Yielding over 3% – But How’s the Performance of Dow Dogs? posted at ETF Base, saying, "With 10 Year Treasuries dipping below 3%, here are the Dow stocks yielding over 3% worth a look."
Mike presents Why your investment returns suck posted at Planned Freedom, saying, "You invest like everyone else. You buy companies the market loves, and you overpay. You sell out of fear when the market is down. You buy out of exuberance when the market is up. You hardly make any money, and you probably lose more than you make. Sounds familiar? Sure it does."
Tommy John presents Turbo Tax Voted the Best Online Tax Software | 2010 Taxes posted at 2010Taxes, saying, "Turbo Tax has been voted the best tax preparation software in 2010 by a number of respected organizations."
Boomer presents When To Fire Your Investment Manager posted at Boomer & Echo, saying, "When it comes to dealing with a portfolio manager, investors frequently err in one of two ways. They fire managers they should keep and keep managers they should let go."
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