Here are a few selections from the first month of this year that I’d like mention. If you didn’t have a chance to read them the first time around, now is your chance.
* Jan. 3: 10 Things Your Gym Won’t Tell You
* Jan. 4: Beginning Employee Stock Purchase Plan
* Jan. 4: Do I Need to Report This Income? Part 1
* Jan. 5: Do I Need to Report This Income? Part 2
* Jan. 8: Repealing the Alternative Minimum Tax
* Jan. 9: Ben Stein: Invest in 2007 or You’ll Regret It
* Jan. 10: Question From Reader: What’s a Decent Rate of Return?
* Jan. 12: Forget About the Latte Factor
* Jan. 16: Suze Orman Teams Up With TD Ameritrade
* Jan. 16: Best Credit Cards for 0% Balance Transfers
* Jan. 17: Netflix: It Might Be Time to Dump It
* Jan. 17: Review: The Maui Millionaires by David Finkel and Diane Kennedy
* Jan. 23: Investing: Real Estate vs. Stock Market
* Jan. 25: Senate Has it In for Credit Cards
* Jan. 25: Discover Business Card or AmEx SimplyCash Business FreedomPass?
* Jan. 29: Private: My MBA at the University of Phoenix Online, Part 4: Curriculum
* Jan. 30: Credit Cards at T.J. Maxx Hacked, Checked My Credit Report
For the most part, I chose the above posts to highlight thanks to the great comments written by visitors. Consumerism Commentary would be nothing without readers, especially those of you who participate. Thanks to everyone who has participated in discussions so far this year.
Updated February 7, 2007 and originally published February 3, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.