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I just wanted to let the regular readers know that my blog posting for the next few days will be light. I'm in the process of moving from Texas to Florida, so I'll be on the road for the next three days. I grew up in Florida during the 80's, and I moved to Texas for my first full-time job. New circumstances are allowing me to return to Florida where I'll be closer to family.

While you wait for me to return to my normal blog postings, don't forget to check out the discussion forum where we are now fortunate to have several DepositAccounts members posting on bank and finance related topics. Just some of the members who have been regularly posting include WhataBummer, mariafalter, me1004, Mike, pearlbrown and 51hh. Thank you all for posting!

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tommy   |     |   Comment #1
have a safe trip!!!
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #2
Good Luck !!! Thanks for all your trip !
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #3
Leaving Austin?  Crazy!
WhataBummer   |     |   Comment #4
Vaya con dios, good luck, wish you well, take it slow.
paxil s
paxil s   |     |   Comment #5
bonne channce
prozac   |     |   Comment #6
texas lossee is floridas gain
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #7
good luck!
deborah   |     |   Comment #9
Have a safe and fun move!  So glad to hear you'll be closer to family.  

Just want you to know I read your blog every day and have learned so much. You've helped shape my financial life! Thank you!
saints preserve us
saints preserve us   |     |   Comment #10
may the wind always be at your back mr ken and may the sun alwys rise  live in taampa ever get over look me up have a COUPLE OF COLD ONES AT THE HARD ROCK GREAT PO0KER ROOM TAMBIEN
pearlbrown   |     |   Comment #11
Good luck and travel safely.  You are welcome back in Texas anytime - let us know if you need a "care package" of BBQ from Rudy's.  One more thing - once you cross the state line into Florida, don't forget that turn signals also have an "off" position.  Just kidding....      Be well and happy.

Mike   |     |   Comment #12
Happy trails Ken. U do a great job! Thanks and be safe.
Kenny M.
Kenny M.   |     |   Comment #13
Safe travels, friend.
Ted   |     |   Comment #14
Have a safe trip and thanks for posting - Great job.  I read your blog daily.
L   |     |   Comment #15
Welcome to my side of the planet. Wishing you a drama free move!
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #16
Very wise move, welcome back.
norman ok
norman ok   |     |   Comment #17
rhetorical question if he is driving how will he see all these well wishes ? just my dos centavos
J   |     |   Comment #18
Wishing you a wonderful trip and the move is everything you hope for!  You do a fantastic job here.

Anonymous   |     |   Comment #19
Welcome to Florida - I love it here!
lof   |     |   Comment #20
Thank you for the update, most important item, "have a safe trip".
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #21
Wishing you a smooth and safe transition!
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #22
Ken best of luck with the move.  Travel safely and thanks for all you do here.


I also take note you timed your move so you will return to action following the current Washington, D.C. debacle . . . . . or at least following the 2 August deadline. Sure hope interest rates are higher next time circumstances allow you to report!!
Teacher   |     |   Comment #23
Welcome to Florida!  I hope you can find any deals that may one day exist here.  I'm just dreaming!
across the pond
across the pond   |     |   Comment #24
the chaps and i are here at the pub where else woukd we be and have a wager on the datE and time you will arrive please let uds know i haVE 5000 QUID RIDING ON IT CHEERS
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #25
Have a safe and uneventful trip,  and wishing you every happiness in your new home.
Anonymous   |     |   Comment #26
Glad to have you here in FL.  Lots of people looking for the best rates here, trying to make their retirement savings go further.
3 banks go belly up
3 banks go belly up   |     |   Comment #27
1 each indiania south carolina  virginia  maybe florida will not have any more now that ken will be in charge as for georgia would not live there for all the free peaches i  could eat
BluBaroness   |     |   Comment #28
Happy Trails, Ken!

  I'm a North Ca girl but my first memories are of Florida. West Palm Beach & Barnum & Bailey circus tents in distance with bright flags flapping under a blue sky.

  Hope your homecoming is as bright!

  I've been reading your blog 4 years & have used it frequently in my banking. Found CDs & rewards checking that I wouldn't have otherwise known about.

MANY thanks, Ken!
Bill Gattes
Bill Gattes   |     |   Comment #29
Take the time to worry about your move...the rest of his will be ok for a time being while you get your affairs in order (unless we miss out on some 5.01% reward checking account deal with a $50k limit!)


Look forward to seeing you back online!
chimay palmer
chimay palmer   |     |   Comment #30
interesting comments but where are the well wishes from rhett lou mak1118 bozo rjm  1004  no stocks 4 me ?
51hh   |     |   Comment #31
I usually do not join the crowd and I figure Ken is well on his way with many good wishes:D

I enjoy both the Texas' culture and the Florida's culture.  Texans are warm and friendly.  Floridians are relaxing and care-free.  I am now in Mass (for almost 34 years); I am still not used to the New England coldness both in weather and in culture (and the Bostonian accent: say "Pa(r)king" vs. the Texans' "y'all").  I wish that I could go back to Texas one of these days and visit PB:-)

Happy Moving, Ken!
lou   |     |   Comment #32
Like all your faithful and devoted readers and posters, I hope your move goes well and will be seeing your frequent posts in the near future. For some reason, I thought you lived in the Bay area in Ca. Not sure why I thought this. Living in Ca, I envy the fact you do not have any state taxes. Of course, since you lived in Texas that was never a problem for you.
Texas   |     |   Comment #33
Texas will miss you!!!  We wish you the best and hope Florida is everything you hoped for.  Thank you, Ken, for all your hard work.  You have a wonderful site and provide a great service for many people.
OGRADY   |     |   Comment #34
just returned from holiday buena suerte senor ken
fran galamare
fran galamare   |     |   Comment #35
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Anonymous   |     |   Comment #36
Will miss your posts over the next few days.  Have a wonderful trip and hope goes well for you in Fl.   Thanks for all the past posts which have been of great financial help to me as a senior.
jason taylor
jason taylor   |     |   Comment #37
where are you ken  did you get pass the bayou yet  or stop in for some jambayla thas be some goood eats yal just ask jerry and the boys yeha l
Inforay   |     |   Comment #38
Wish you the very best!  Thank you for all of your assistance over the years and for your guidance.  Look forward to more posts from you upon reaching Florida.
matthew 3;19
matthew 3;19   |     |   Comment #39
may god bless you and keep you safe as you make the long journey 
41   |     |   Comment #42
sounds like either code or a scam to me
Jay   |     |   Comment #43

I have enjoyed and benefited from your blog for the past few years.  Good luck in your new home and be well.


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