Posts tagged: Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend

Surprised By Income

By , October 11, 2016

The content you’re looking for is no longer here. We’re finally beginning to shut this blog down, to remove old content.

We’ve chosen to start with essays that are available elsewhere. Specifically, this article has been edited into our eBook, More Calories Than Cash: Frugality the Zeiger Homestead Way. It contains edited, improved, and expanded versions of essays that used to be available for free on this blog, and new material as well. You can learn more about it, and order it here.

 

 

Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend: It’s Not Just Free Money

By , October 22, 2009

It’s that time of year again: the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividends are on their way to most Alaskans. Once again, residents breathe a sigh or relief or rub their hands in glee, depending on their financial situation, while the rest of America scratches its collective head and dismisses Alaskans as a greedy, coddled bunch of undeserving malcontents. Continue reading 'Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend: It’s Not Just Free Money'»

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