Where's Waldo? Jason's Recent Guest Posts

Ralphie in ‘A Christmas Story’ says he wants a Red Ryder BB Gun 28 times during the film. Originally Jack Nicholson wanted to play the role of the father but he wanted too much money.

You’ll shoot your eye out!

“Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.”
– Napoleon Bonaparte

As some of you may know, I recently became a contributor to U.S. News and World Report. My first article appeared, and in my mind, I replayed the scene in the movie A Christmas Story where Ralphie’s theme on the Red Ryder bb gun is so well-written that the entire class celebrates and parades him around the classroom. If only I had added the bit about “this thing which tells the time” to the article, I’d have won a Pulitzer Prize.

I wasn’t showered with accolades by the Nobel Prize committee. Alas. Perhaps next month.

Where Else Can You Read What I’ve Written?

U.S. News & World Report: President Obama Could Manage His Personal Finances Better

Yahoo!: Should You Opt for Individual Health Care Rather Than Employer Provided Health Care?

Yahoo!: How We Went From Cable to Netflix Streaming

EasyFinance: Why You Don’t Need Whole Life Insurance for Your Infant

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About Jason Hull, CFP®

Jason Hull, CFP®, is the Chief Technology officer of myFinancialAnswers, an online comprehensive financial planning service.