If you’ve joined Consumerism Commentary within the past year, you might have missed out on what was published here previously. Here are a few articles from January in past years to catch up.
From the First Half of January 2007
Do I Have to Declare Goals?
10 Things Your Gym Won’t Tell You
Don’t Feel Bad if You Have a Messy Desk
Do I Need to Report This Income? Part 1 and Part 2
Beginning Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Replacing the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)
Ben Stein: Invest in 2007 or You’ll Regret It
What’s a Decent Rate of Return?
Forget About the Latte Factor
From the First Half of January 2006
Stocks are for Suckers?
Supersize My House
Merrill Lynch Broker Allegedly Steals $320,000
Financial Courses in High School
Problems With TIAA-Cref
Quick Guide to Asset Allocation
Buying a House vs. Renting a House
From the First Half of January 2005
From the First Half of January 2004
Thanks to the readers who have been following along for the last few years!