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Dora DeLellis, CPA, CFP

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Name:
Thoughts On The Money
Category:
General Finance
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Start Year:
2017

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Net worth:
$950,000.00
Location:
Baldwin, New York, United States
Age:
50s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
CPA, Certified Financial Planner
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Latest Blog Posts

How To Stay in Debt Forever Usually blog posts have the latest and greatest money tips for knowledge, fun, or suggestion.  There’s an element of persuasion to get to the ultimate FIRE, financially-independent, retire-early status.  Easy savings ideas are rolled out, coupled with side-hustle suggestions.  I’ve done a few of the jobs on the list […] The post How To Stay In Debt appeared first on Thoughts On The Money. ...
Posted: Dec 12 2018 @ 9:31 AM
  Value Have you seen The Price of Everything on HBO? The maker of the documentary exposes the world of art collecting and the explosive valuations assigned to the art space.  I call it “space” as I couldn’t get past the vacancy attached to paying a ridiculous amount of money for something to look at […] The post Value appeared first on Thoughts On The Money. ...
Posted: Dec 05 2018 @ 8:45 AM
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS.  SEE MY FULL DISCLOSURE FOR DETAILS. Just when I think I can’t find another money subject to obsess over, I come across something really fun.  Of course, my fun comes in the form of interest and dividends. You know, passive income or getting money for no effort. When browsing […] The post Discovering Preferred Stocks appeared first on Thoughts On The Money. ...
Posted: Nov 28 2018 @ 8:58 AM
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS.  SEE MY FULL DISCLOSURE FOR DETAILS. Just when I think I can’t find another money subject to obsess over, I come across something really fun.  Of course, my fun comes in the form of interest and dividends. You know, passive income or getting money for no effort. When browsing […] The post Discovering Preferred Stocks appeared first on Thoughts On The Money. ...
Posted: Nov 28 2018 @ 8:58 AM
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS.  SEE MY FULL DISCLOSURE FOR DETAILS. With the holidays coming up, I thought I’d address gifting.  Unable to contain my practical side, my suggestion for gifting to children should be corporate stocks.  Forget the useless toys and crap that ends up in a junk pile.  Hopefully you donate those […] The post The Best Gift To Give A Child appeared first on Thoughts On The ...
Posted: Nov 14 2018 @ 9:47 AM
Interest Rate Increase You might have heard the alarm bells going off with interest rates increasing.  Yes, they’ve been historically low since the 2008 economic crash.  Most people seem to have forgotten that we have an interest rate at all.  Mainly because savings-type accounts earn pennies.  Interest rates do not make for the most exciting […] The post Interest Rates Are Back; Why You Need A Will appeared first on Thoughts ...
Posted: Nov 07 2018 @ 9:37 AM
Interest Rate Increase You might have heard the alarm bells going off with interest rates increasing.  Yes, they’ve been historically low since the 2008 economic crash.  Most people seem to have forgotten that we have an interest rate at all.  Mainly because savings-type accounts earn pennies.  Interest rates do not make for the most exciting […] The post Interest Rates Are Back; Why You Need A Will appeared first on Thoughts ...
Posted: Nov 07 2018 @ 9:37 AM
Interest Rate Increase You might have heard the alarm bells going off with interest rates increasing.  Yes, they’ve been historically low since the 2008 economic crash.  Most people seem to have forgotten that we have an interest rate at all.  Mainly because savings-type accounts earn pennies.  Interest rates do not make for the most exciting […] The post Interest Rates Are Back; Why You Need A Will appeared first on Thoughts ...
Posted: Nov 07 2018 @ 9:37 AM
Flashing back to 2009: I have images of articles from a February, 2009 BusinessWeek issue.  Last week I mentioned that, in early 2009, 10,000 people a day were losing their jobs.  What was also reported was the downsizing of industry.  A variety of industries were expected to feel the burn of the economic meltdown. Because […] The post Bond laddering; 5 common extreme money scripts appeared first on Thoughts On The ...
Posted: Oct 31 2018 @ 9:25 AM
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS.  SEE MY FULL DISCLOSURE FOR DETAILS. It was reported back in early 2009 that 10,000 a people a day were losing their jobs.  Job losses meant that people stopped spending money, furthering the damage to the economy.  It almost seemed that there was no way out of the disaster.  […] The post Protecting your retirement assets/Invest by Risk Category appeared first on Thoughts On The ...
Posted: Oct 24 2018 @ 9:51 AM

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