That’s $700 billion divided by approximately 138 million U.S. taxpayers. That would sure put the year’s previous stimulus tax rebate to shame. (Remember that? Guess it didn’t work.) Just sayin’.
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I’m pleased to announce that I have just added the option for readers to to receive email notifications of follow-up comments to any post that you comment on! Just check the box before submitting your comment! You will only receive emails for follow-up comments on the posts that you select, and you can unsubscribe from […]
I just wanted to drop everybody a note to let you know that I’m leaving tomorrow for a week in Croatia and Bosnia, and won’t be posting for that time. I may be able to get up a couple of guest posts next week, but I can’t promise it…so my apologies in advance if it’s […]
I want your help! While I have no shortage of ideas for blog posts here at Money Under 30, I too often focus on topics that I’m interested in, but maybe you are not. Please give me some feedback — in a comment or via my contact form — to help me make this site […]
I would like to thank Casey Thomas for designing Money Under 30’s new logo. Though I have taken this blog through several design iterations, I always just typed out Money Under 30 in the header. I always wanted a logo, but never could come up with anything myself that looked professional enough. Recently I saw […]
Today (Feb. 4, 2008), MoneyUnder30 will be undergoing a long-overdue backup and update to the version of WordPress used to power the site. If the site looks really funky, this is why. I apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you. David.
I love “best of” year-end countdowns, so I decided to write one of my own: My favorite 50 personal finance websites of 2007!
What does it like to live on $10 an hour? Is America’s income gap good or bad? How much is a dollar worth in Manhattan? This month, New York Magazine has written a provocative series on money in the Big Apple.
This week, Problogger.net hosts a group writing project featuring “how to” blog posts from around the globe. Here are some noteworthy contributions to the project relevant to personal finance for people in their twenties.