Crafting Your Personal "Annual Report"

Companies have them, but why should they have all the fun?  They form the basis for a lot of budgeting work and setting the action and work plans for the coming year.

So why not use a similar approach for yourself?  I mean, you do have a personal income statement  and an expense line or more, right?

With a little diligence, you too can have an 87.5% chance of having a merrier Christmas season next year.

We walk through processes on the way to a fatter bank account next year.

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5 thoughts on “Crafting Your Personal "Annual Report"”

  1. I still think it hilarious that Time calls for 65 million to not pay taxes when they have a mere 3 million subscribers. If it weren’t for the idea being so suicidal and nutty, the online media would not have even carried their little article.

    • Well if it’s acceptable for the billionaire republican president elect to not pay any federal income taxes for 10+ why not the rest of us? Loss schmoss, the guy’s gold plated toilet is worth more than I make in a year.

      • I agree if it is acceptable for our government to allow a 50 million illegal invasion of non tax paying illegals, the rest of us might as well rebel and not pay taxes either. Yes, it is coming to that.

  2. George
    You comment on a declining trend in the oscillator.
    Is the formation from Oct 2014 to June 2015 the same kind of declining trend?
    I am looking at that and the double down peaks and wondering if that is not the future as well.
    Big Al in B’ham AL

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