This is something that’s been on my mind for many years. I’m not the isolationist type at all; far from it. With that said, I do believe that our country has enough inherent problems that need some extra dollars that could provide serious assistance to its own citizens without giving so much away to other […]

I don’t always note whenever I reach a milestone, and in this case it might seem a little odd that I’m noting post #799 instead of post #800. I accept guest posts on this blog and, because sometimes I have them way in advance, I’m not always keeping up with the number of posts there […]

Generations of Americans have been taught that a home purchase comes with a legal, financial and moral obligation to repay the bank. No matter what happened in life, either we paid the mortgage or we faced being looked upon as a failure by friends, family and the bank. That perception began to change rapidly in […]

This is the 300th post of Top Finance Blog. It comes just beyond 18 months of ownership after taking it over from someone else who decided after a month that he didn’t have the time for it. I’ve been giving some consideration as to just where I believe this blog should go. I’ve written many […]

The final financial post of 2009 for Top Finance Blog, and I thought it would be interesting to see what the best and the worst financial news of the year was. There was way more bad news than good news, and to answer the question of which one we want to address first, let’s get […]

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