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Video: Gifting Appreciated Securities Can Save You Money
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Americans are a generous people, and the end of the year is the time of year when most people do their charitable giving.

Charitable Giving: How to Choose Appreciated Stock
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Christmas is coming. This is the time of year to consider charitable giving. Let us assume you have decided you want to give appreciated stock instead of writing a check. Now what?

The Religious Roots of My Libertarian Leaning
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My original attraction to libertarian ideals started in political theory and theology rather than in politics. This is not surprising because I did both part of my undergraduate work and three years of my postgraduate work in philosophy and biblical studies.

Rich Dad, Saving Daughter
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Although sock drawers might be able to protect wealth from physical thieves, inflation is the dastardly villain who will raid it. As a child, I did not know of such economic forces let alone that they had an influence on my humble stash.

You Can’t Regulate Crooks
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Unnecessary regulation annoys the good guys, and doesn’t stop the bad guys.

Market Timing Test ($ ?s)
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Q: I have put my investments in bonds until this global economic crisis settles down and the economic woes of the European Union subside. Do you have any suggestions for indicators that I should look for to get back in?

Mailbag: My Home is 32 Times What I Paid for It. Isn’t that an Investment?
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Although the house does not pay me any money on an ongoing basis, I think it will represent a very good return on my money invested should I decide to sell.

Seven Reasons Why I Lean Libertarian
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Our daily articles this month at MarottaOnMoney.com are focusing on the ideas of libertarian politics. Last week I listed the first three reasons why I lean libertarian. Here are four more reasons I lean libertarian.

Radio: Why I Lean Libertarian
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David John Marotta was featured on radio 1070 WINA’s Rob Schilling show on November 8, 2011. The topic was why David leans libertarian, an appropriate topic for Election Day 2011.

Rich Dad, Creative Daughter
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One reason that many people buy things that they could have done without is “functional fixedness.” Teach children to prevent unnecessary purchases by making efforts to help them see other possible uses of owned objects.

David John Marotta Receives Write-In Votes in Local Elections
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I was flattered to learn that I received several write in votes from among those dissatisfied with the choices presented on the ballot.

The Lowdown on HSAs ($ ?s)
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Q: It’s annual enrollment time, and my employer is now offering a health insurance plan with a $3,500 deductible and otherwise similar benefits as an alternative to our conventional HMO health plan. What do you recommend I do?

Ratio Of Takers To Givers Reaches A Tipping Point
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This is what makes the stock market in some countries better than others. Make sure that you understand freedom investing for your portfolio.

Why I Lean Libertarian, Part 1
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My youthful utopian idealism gave way slowly to my present midlife perspective. My life’s philosophical and experiential odyssey overturned many of my presuppositions. I learned over time that many of society’s assumptions are provably false. But it took courage to integrate this radical reevaluation of life.

Rich Dad, Discerning Daughter
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My dad taught me the opportunity cost of a Barbie airplane, or what alternative opportunities I would be giving up when I bought it, like buying twelve Barbies.

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