Thursday, January 31, 2013

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - January 31, 2013

Welcome to the January 31, 2013 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we start with John Schmoll taking a look at Mutual Funds in comparison to ETFs and which you should invest in. Bill Smith tackles the national debt and expresses his belief that Bipartisan Changes are Needed.Vytas has some Day Trading tips for all of us. And Brian McKay examines the fees involved in many 401(k). Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, like on Facebook, tweet on Twitter and come back soon.


John Schmoll presents Reader Question: Should I Invest in Mutual Funds or ETFs? posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "There are various similarities as well as differences between mutual funds and etfs. If you do some simple homework you can determine which funds are better for you while also keeping down the costs associated with investing."

Bill Smith presents Tax Returns: Processing Begins On January 30th posted at 2012 Taxes - Free Tax Filing Options, saying, "The Internal Revenue Service of the United States(IRS) made the announcement this past week that the season for filing taxes will not begin until January 30th."

Theresa Torres
presents How Many Credit Cards is Too Many? posted at CreditDonkey News, saying, "Opinion varies. Here's what you need to know before considering opening a new credit card."

Bill Smith
presents Bipartisan Changes Needed To Reduce Debt posted at 2013 Taxes, saying, "Spending cuts and reforms to government entitlement programs are very necessary, according to an interview with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on National Public Radio."

Bill Smith
presents Businesses and Phil Mickelson Consider Bailing On California posted at 2012 Tax - Free Tax Filing Options, saying, "Thanks to California’s new state income tax, there are a lot of high earning citizens who are considering moving to a new state."


Bill Smith presents Processing of Tax Returns to Begin on January 30 posted at 2012 Tax - Free Tax Filing Options, saying, "Earlier this week, the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that electronic filing of tax payments for the year 2013 will commence on January 30."

presents Day trading tips posted at Trend, saying, "There are things that you should have in mind before jumping on any day trade. There are other things that you should have in mind when you are on a day trade. I like going over those before I open a trade and also when the trade is actually open. Let me share those tips with you."

Brian McKay
presents Just Like Savings Accounts Did You Realize Many 401(k) Plans Have Fees? posted at Bank CD Rates, Mortgage Rates, Savings Rates, Banking Reviews, saying, "I'll admit it, I'm like most people when I receive anything in my mail related to my 401(k) account I usually don't read it, that holds true for looking at my account statements when the markets are declining. When I receive any account change notices that contain small print most of the time I don't read it. I have learned that I should read all my statements and account change notices since my 401(k) plan had a change in account fees."

Bill Smith
presents TurboTax CPA Select posted at 2010Taxes, saying, "Every year most everyone has to prepare their taxes and often it is confusing and a pain to do; however, with TurboTax, the hassle is taken out of preparing taxes."

Bill Smith
presents Pros And Cons Of Filing Your Taxes With TurboTax posted at 2011 Taxes, saying, "Filing your taxes with TurboTax or another online tax program is something that people often loathe doing, therefore they try to procrastinate or push it off for later hoping that they would be excused and the year would pass by."

Bill Smith
presents Intuits TurboTax CPA Select posted at 2009 Taxes, saying, "New TurboTax CPA Select connects small businesses with CPAs"

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