festival of under 30 finances - June 1, 2007

Welcome to the June 1, 2007 edition of festival of under 30 finances.

H.S. Ayoub presents biotech stocks, news, commentary - BioHealth Investor posted at BioHealth Investor.

Sagar Satapathy presents How To: Pitch Your Company for VC or Angel Money posted at Business

Henry presents What Does Your Investment Portfolio Look Like? posted at Binary Dollar!.

Ruby presents 10 Things You shouldn?t do in the name of frugality posted at Frugal Aussie, saying, "You need 5mn USD to be rich: if you have this much money, you don't need to worry about working. You might not necessarily be able to buy all the private jets your heart desires, but you will enjoy a very comfortable lifestyle and never need to worry about working or providing for your loved ones."

Alex Z presents FU Fund - The Old Kid On The Block posted at Funds Zine, saying, "Emergency funding explained"

Big Cajun Man presents Top 5 Investing Regrets In My Life posted at Canadian Financial Stuff, saying, "My top 5 investing regrets, with a hope that others can learn from my mistakes."

Tim Ramsey presents 2 Debt Tips for Improving Your Credit Score posted at My Debt Relief Blog.

Tushar Mathur presents Move your checking account to Bank of America and get $75 posted at Life of a Resident Alien....

pfodyssey presents Sometimes You Just Have to Laugh « My Personal Finance Odyssey posted at My Personal Finance Odyssey, saying, "The lighter side of personal finance?"

Erik presents Your Options For Paying Back Your Student Loans posted at Money Crashers.

David Weliver presents First Time Home Buyer’s Mortgage Checklist posted at Money Under 30.

FIRE Getters presents Free Cell Phone & $100 Free Money With Sony Ericsson W810i Phone! posted at FIRE Finance.

FitBuff presents How to Legally Get Your Cable and Phone Bills Paid for Free! posted at's Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog.

Super Saver presents How Much is Needed to Be Wealthy - THE NUMBER posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, "My post answers your question."

Olga presents How much money do you think you need to be considered rich? posted at Finance of a Russian Girl, saying, "I am aware that festival of under 30 finances is aimed at American students and young professionals, but the question seems interesting to me and I want to contribute to the festival. I'm sorry for all possible mistakes is my English and I hope they are not crucial."

Silicon Valley Blogger presents The Economics of Cosmetics: Should You Invest In Your Looks Or Skimp On Makeup? posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "To answer your question: I feel that I would need at least $10 million to consider myself as "rich". The reason for this is that I tie this target number to the idea of becoming financially independent. In order to quit my job and still be able to afford the lifestyle I so desire, I believe I'll need $10 million to achieve all that. With a household of 5 people, that's probably what it takes to be financially independent. Wish me luck!"

Alwitt Xu presents CSS Tools Collection posted at Prosperity Achiever.

KRG presents $5,000 Scholarship For Minority Accounting Students posted at FIL-AM WORDS, saying, "Scholarships for minority accounting students"

Tushar Mathur presents Financial Planner: Do I need one ? posted at Life of a Resident Alien....

Uni presents Make money from your website using ADBRITE! posted at You Deserve More, saying, "looking for an alternative to adsense...?"

Uncle Leo presents In Your 20's: Money Matters When Time is Your Friend posted at Uncle Leo Rumbles, saying, "You are rich when you have enough money to afford all the things you really need or want, and some of the things you kind of need or want. Beyond that, more money may not mean more happiness, so you aren't necessarily richer even if you have more money."

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