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MOB #105 – Labor Day Edition

September 8th, 2009 · podcasts

This week’s Labor Day Edition of Millionaire or Bust came out a day later in observance of the holiday.

Here are today’s segments and the associated articles and links:

By the Numbers

  1. The Dow dropped 103 points from last week.
  2. Oil: Dropped $3.40/barrel in the past week to $68.75 from $72.15.
  3. Gas: Dropped 2.6 cents/gallon in the past week to $2.583/gallon from $2.609.
  4. 5 more bank failures bring this year’s total to 89, so far.

Which way is the wind blowing?

Stick It to the Man & Save Some Money!

Great Deal!

  • Recession drives U.S. restaurateurs and diners to food trucks.

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Maria Isabel // Sep 8, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    Thank you for the outstanding information on what to do to lower your property taxes. I was surprised to find out that there are a variety of foods in Food Trucks. It is always good to know so that you can check them out.

  • 2 Shawno // Sep 8, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    Rolling Meadows, IL. I’ve been there.

    And other than during the weekly farmers market, there aren’t any food trucks/food carts here in San Luis Obispo, CA. Which is too bad. We could use some of that action ’round here.

  • 3 Fresh Start // Sep 9, 2009 at 9:35 pm

    Opt out vs opt in, unused vacation days in cash or retirement savings, tax refund in cash or bonds, will help some people. However I personally feel that the real problem is a lack of education and planning with regards to personal finance.
    I go against the conventional advice of setting up automatic transfers. I like to start with all the chips in one pile before I start sliding them off to where I want to put them. These changes basically slide a few chips to the side and we’re hoping that the chips get ignored, but the places that they’re sitting on get attention. I hope I’m not the only one who finds that counter-intuitive.
    Anyway, I’m hoping that we don’t wind up with a generation of people going with the flow and letting the default options carry them through only to discover that retirement is something that you actually have to plan for.

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