Welcome to the April 30, 2008 edition of festival of under 30 finances.
InvestorBlogger presents LCD TV vs. Credit Card Debt - Is it really worth 12 years? | InvestorBlogger posted at InvestorBlogger, saying, "Should you buy an LCD TV after all?"
ChristianPF presents 6 Tips for a Debt Free Christmas posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "6 Tips for a Debt Free Christmas"
Timothy Sykes presents Timothy Sykes - Where I Find What Stocks I Will Trade posted at Timothy Sykes, saying, "People are always asking me how to find stocks to trade--here's the answer!"
Thomas Humes presents Simple Habits That Lead To Wealth posted at Wealth Building World, saying, "Wealth creation is a combination of rules and habits. Here’s the number one rule, if you want to be wealthy, its not how much money you earn, its not how many cars you drive, it is how much you can save and invest and that’s the key."
Roshawn Watson presents What's Your Financial Blueprint? posted at Watson Inc, saying, "Someone recently asked me if I was aware of all of the lotto winners who eventually end up poor and degenerate. My response was, you bet. This occurs rather frequently, and I firmly believe that this is a direct result of prospering materially while being inwardly bankrupt. They are essentially poor people with money."
Bonnie Krueger presents Is It Better To Get A Federal Student Loan Or A Private Student Loan? posted at Student Loan Consolidation.
David presents Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups | Helping you Start your own business » Financing, loan and investments for a Corporation posted at Gaizer.com, saying, "Corporations have an easier time finding financing than partnerships and sole proprietorships because they offer a formal structure to investors and lenders."
David presents Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups | Helping you Start your own business » Taxes S-Corporation posted at Gaizer.com, saying, "An S-Corporation’s earnings will pass through to your income taxes (no double taxation). However, you will have to maintain all the business records and comply with state regulations."
David presents Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups | Helping you Start your own business » Corporation Limited Liability posted at Gaizer.com, saying, "The corporation is characterized as a separate entity and can offer liability protection to the owners, if the owners adhere to the following corporate formalities:"
Edith presents 7 Business Lessons Learned from Watching Warren Buffet posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..
David presents Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups | Helping you Start your own business » Maintaining Corporate Identity posted at Gaizer.com, saying, "It is important to separate the identity of the corporation from its owners."
David presents Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups | Helping you Start your own business » Resources are Available for an Import/Export Company posted at Gaizer.com, saying, "US Business Advisor www.business.gov, this is the federal government’s guide to international trade for small businesses. In this website, businesses can find essential information on laws and regulations, finance, trade leads, and associations and agencies that promote international trade."
David presents Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups | Helping you Start your own business » International Trade Loan posted at Gaizer.com, saying, "The International Trade Loan is designed to increase presence in the export market or international trade, or increase local efficiency on markets effected by import competition."
Matthew Paulson presents How to Plan for Retirement If You Don’t Get a 401(k) or a 403(b) at Work. posted at American Consumer News.
Sagar presents 50+ Online Tools to Research, Select, and Donate to Charities posted at Credit Card Lowdown.
Michael Bass presents How to settle your debts on your own posted at Debt Prison, saying, "It is true that debt settlement companies provide a service. There are two points that should be made in regards to why debt settlement companies are unnecessary. The first point is that you can perform the exact same functions that they do. This article is about how to settle your debts on your own. Well basically you accomplish this by going through the same steps that debt organizations do."
Wanda Grindstaff presents Success Through Service, the Most Important Component! posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles.
Larry Russell presents Where's Waldo? - The illusion of superior professional mutual fund manager performance. posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "The effort to find those few supposedly superior money managers willing to sell their services sufficiently cheaply is a costly, time consuming, and futile, "Where’s Waldo?," searching exercise for the individual investor. Many money managers will claim to be superior and few or none actually will be. If such superior money managers did exist, then there should be dozens or hundreds of them who prove their superiority year after year after year. Unfortunately, the scientific finance literature indicates that this is not the case. This year’s star money manager tends to be next year’s average or laggard money manager."
Jason Elder presents Five Top Alternatives To Personal Bankruptcy posted at A Bankruptcy Lawyer's Blog, saying, "If you are considering filing for personal bankruptcy, stop, think and consider the following-"
Allen Taylor presents Business Investment Strategies That Work Every Time posted at Investing World Today, saying, "The secret to investment success is the consistent application of time-proven strategies, not the use of complex, hard-to-understand investment vehicles created by investment bankers out to take your money!"
KCLau presents How to Minimize the Upfront Service Charge in Unit Trust Investment posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Investment always requires transaction cost. The typical cost in unit trust investment is the upfront service charges (paid to the agent), management fees (paid to the fund managers), and trustee fees (paid to the trust corporation). These costs are inevitable. But when there is a problem, there is always a few strategies to minimize the damage."
The Investor presents How talking about money is like French kissing posted at Monevator.com, saying, "Fun, free and enriching – just as you used to kissing, you need to realise that talking about money is nothing to be ashamed of."
Merry Makowski presents Learn The NEW Think And Grow Rich and Earn Maximum Profit! posted at consciouslyhappy.com, saying, "Make Huge Money Fast
Become what you think about"
KCLau presents What’s Your Time Worth? posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Value of money is always tied to time element. If you work, you need to understand the basic concept that you’re trading your time for money. Time is a nonrenewable resource, but money? You will be able to make much more money if you understand the relationship between time and money. That’s why one of the fundamental subjects of financial planning is “Time Value of Money”."
Edith presents 99 Life Lessons Learned from Quitting Corporate America posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..
poetloverrebelspy presents Budget Analysis: NYT "Frugal Traveler," Part Deux posted at Less Than a Shoestring, saying, "$500 for a budget getaway weekend? How about $100 instead! Second in a series of posts analyzing the budgeting mistakes of NY Times' "frugal traveler" Matt Gross."
KCLau presents Top 21 List of Financial Sotfware and Application for Efficient Money Management posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Managing money is a lot of work. But with the help of technology, it is just a matter of inputing data. Here is a list of all the softwares and online applications that can assist you to keep track of your finance more efficiently."
Dan-O presents How to Make Real Life Money in the Second Life Virtual World posted at Danogo.com - Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, "People are making millions of real dollars in the virtual real estate business. Are you missing out on the next Web gold rush?"
Dorian Wales presents Personal Financier: Why Taking on a Mortgage Is Leveraging: Understanding the Potential Risks and Benefits posted at Personal Financier, saying, "Buying a property with a combination of equity and mortgage is actually leveraging your own equity. Leveraged transactions hold significant potential benefits and, more importantly, significant potential risks. It is important to understand why leverage is the source of these risks and benefits."
B.H. presents How to Make Money Off Interest Free Credit Card Offers posted at Bentley Humphreys, saying, "There are obviously a countless number of ways to invest money these days, however one is so fascinating we decided to test it out here at boozwatt.com. It’s called credit card arbitrage. It involves utilizing funds garnered from no interest credit card offers, and investing the money in various traditional avenues. Here’s how it works...."
Ryan Russell presents It’s All Cash For Christmas! posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "The extra income helps ease the financial pressure of the birthday in the middle of all the other holiday spending"
Dereck Coatney presents Why A Guy Who Never Wants To Buy A Bank Is Thinking About Buying A Bank posted at The Best Stock Trading in the World.
Kingsley Tagbo presents How To Improve Your Skills And Get A Lucrative Job posted at HOW TO LEARN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FAST OR GET A JOB EASILY.
the baglady presents Talking About My Generation — Generation Y in the Workplace posted at xynny.
Jose DeJesus MD presents Your Money - Secrets of Interpreting Morningstar Ratings Profitably posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
Dan-O presents Mega Online Comic Manual: Create, Share and Profit from Webcomics posted at Danogo.com - Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, "How to make money and have fun creating webcomics and publishing them on the Web."
Stephen Joseph presents Eternally In Debt, Eternally Free posted at Steve H. Joseph's Creative Self-Expression Blog, saying, "Your outer debts may reflect some deeper inner conflicts. As a twenty year old, I had a lot of hangups about my place in the world that generated a lot of problems for me. Then one morning I discovered some much needed liberation. Career and Finances are a lot less painful for me now."
Shaun Connell presents Five Lifestyle Tips I Wish I Knew When I Started posted at Make Money Online, saying, "Eighteen-year-old Shaun Connell describes the tips that he utilized to find success online. From his all new blog describing how he achieved online success."
Roshawn Watson presents Four Ways to Stay Encouraged While Paying Debt posted at Watson Inc, saying, "For most, paying off debt is relatively simply but incredibly difficult and not fun, especially when the loans are large. One reason it is so difficult is because somehow we feel like since we made up our minds to pay off our loans, they should disappear immediately. Here are four ways to stay encouraged while paying off debt."
Larry Russell presents The Fund Authority Score - A Better Mutual Fund and ETF Rating System posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, "With the Fund Authority Score system, individual investors can make concise and objective mutual fund and ETF comparisons. Fund Authority Scores are based on cost, performance, and other measures, which are correlated with better long term buy-and-hold investment results."
Ryan Russell presents Carnival of Smart Money #3 posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "KCLau presents Hacking your Cash Flow & Net Worth Chart posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Learn how to hack the cash flow and net worth charts of the rich and you will be heading towards financial freedom in no time.”"
Todd Goldfarb presents 7 Essential Habits To Acquire Greater Wealth posted at We The Change, saying, "Learn at a YOUNG age these timeless habits for creating great wealth in your life. Start young, so you can enjoy the fruits of your success at an early age!"
Dorian Wales presents Buying a Stock? Keep In Mind Someone Else Is Selling … posted at Personal Financier.
Ryan Russell presents Q & A: Does Your Budget Have Breathing Room? posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "An effective budget is a “financial snapshot”. When creating a budget, list liabilities and spending categories in order of priority - food, shelter, clothing, transportation, utilities, medicine, debt payments, etc. Pay all the essential expenses first"
Value Seeker presents Why Most Investors Underperform The Market - Stock Investing Resource posted at Stock Investing, saying, "Reasons why the average investor significantly underperforms market funds."
Ryan Russell presents Will YOUR Account Be ?In The Black? on Friday? posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "If you ARE planning to shop on Friday, these tips will help keep your account “in the black” Buy what you mean to buy - Don’t be taken in by the “special deals” on items that you are not planning to buy anyway"
Ryan Russell presents YES, it is possible to save money on utility bills! posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "Monitor your utility bills and meter readings closely. Install energy efficient appliances, windows and doors when it is time to replace Investigate possibilities for payment assistance"
Jose DeJesus MD presents Portfolio diversification and picking the right asset mix posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
Ryan-Careonecredit presents The Cost of Credit: Understanding APR and Balance Calculations posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Comparing the APR of loans or credit cards is a quick way to determine which loan or card will likely cost you the most excluding optional fees such as late payment fees, ATM fees, or obtaining a cash advance"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Bankruptcy - The Last Resort posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Are you considering filing personal bankruptcy? Before you decide to take this irreversible step, make sure you understand what bankruptcy is and how considering bankruptcy may affect you"
The Investor's Journal presents How to Make a List of Rules to Invest By posted at The Investor's Journal, saying, "Many investors learn the hard way what the do’s and don’t’s of the stock market are, but fail to write them down so that they don’t repeat these mistakes over the course of their investing career. You need to make a list of rules to invest by yourself, and this article will show you how to do that."
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Should You Pay Off Debt or Invest in Savings? posted at Care on Credit, saying, "When you're working on a budget, a common question is whether to use your excess cash to rid yourself of debt or build up your nest egg"
Jose DeJesus MD presents Select Mutual Funds with Lower Turnover- Your Money posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
ChristianPF presents The one thing I would teach a recent college Grad posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "The one piece of financial advice I would give a recent college grad."
Michael Bass presents The skinny on Balance Transfers posted at Debt Prison, saying, "Transferring your high interest balance to a new, lower APR% credit card seems like a great idea. Credit card companies have dreamt up this thrifty method for luring you over to greener pastures. I’ve taken the time to review the positive benefits and negative risks associated with Balance Transfers. The cold hard facts should be considered before marching your revolving debt to a new bank. If not done properly you could end up in a worse position than before you made the transfer."
Jose DeJesus MD presents Avoid New Mutual Funds - Seasoned Funds are a Better Bet posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
Blaine presents Frugality, America's worst nightmare posted at BlainePower.com, saying, "Frugality is corporate America's worst nightmare. With so many corporations relying on you to compulsively spend money, it's no wonder they're rich and we're not."
Cash Money Life presents Where to Find Inexpensive Flu Shots posted at Cash Money Life, saying, "This is a list of great places to find an inexpensive flu shot - something that is very important this time of year!"
Value Seeker presents Common Mutual Fund Investing Mistakes posted at Stock Investing, saying, "Many investors make the same mistakes when investing in mutual funds, such as paying loads and other high expense fees."
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Learning About Debt Relief Programs posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Debt relief comes in many forms — credit counseling, debt consolidation loans, settlement and even bankruptcy"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Do You Need Debt Relief? posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Feeling overwhelmed by your debts? Having trouble making ends meet? Unable to get ahead of your credit card debts? A Debt Relief plan may be your solution to getting control of your finances"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Understanding Your Debt-to-Income Ratio posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Debt-to-income ratio is the percentage of your income you use to pay your debts. Most banks and financial professionals agree that you should keep your debt-to-income ratio at less than 36 percent of your gross income"
Lulu presents How to make the most of Cash Back Credit Cards this Christmas posted at How I Save Money.net.
ChristianPF presents Warren Buffett Videos posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "10 video lessons from Warren Buffett on investing, business, and life."
poetloverrebelspy presents Hotel Ratings from Consumer Reports posted at Less Than a Shoestring, saying, "Are you surprised? Top budget hotel brands meet or exceed the ratings of a number of higher-priced hotel chains. Find out why -- and the sneaky fees you need to watch out for -- in this post."
Lori Prokop Keyboard Culture Co-Founder presents The First Financial Planning Step to Achieve Financial Freedom posted at Marc Woolf Personal Finance Expert at Keyboard Culture Expert Community, saying, "In his article “The First Financial Planning Step to Achieve Financial Freedom,” Keyboard Culture Personal Finance Expert Marc Woolf gives us an exercise illustrating the first step to focus on what you desire, because whatever you focus on is drawn to you. Marc Woolf gives you steps to determine and create what you want in your life at http://www.keyboard-culture-personal-finance.com/2007/12/the_first_financial_planning_s.html his Keyboard Culture Personal Finance blog."
Dax Desai presents You're Not So Special - Affinity Marketing posted at Dax Desai, saying, "Those special offers for affinity groups may not be such a good deal after all. Dax disects an offer to a medical group member for a "special offer" on term life insurance."
Ryan Russell presents We Spend What We Want to Spend! posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "Absolutely, there are financial challenges facing our country this holiday season. We spend what we want to spend"
Value Seeker presents Stock Investing Vs. Stock Trading - Stock Investment Resource: Stock Market Investing Tips posted at Stock Investing, saying, "Describes the advantages and disadvantages of stock investing compared to stock trading."
Wenchypoo presents For the Beginning Frugalite--Purchase or Investment? posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.
Don Morrison presents 1, 2, 3 GET IT DONE! posted at Discount Shopping Card, saying, "This is an excellent little piece of computer software! It will keep you motivated to reach your budgeting goals! It is also an ABSOLUTELY FREE - NO COST (no ads) download."
Ryan Russell presents Priceless posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "One way or another, Christmas shopping will come to an end today. The last store will close; the last delivery truck will run; and the family gatherings will begin"
Ryan Russell presents Money Motivation for the Middle of the Month posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "Unless money and spreadsheets and budgets are “your thing”, the process of budgeting can be overwhelming and boring"
Ryan Russell presents Many Happy Returns? posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "It’s one thing to explain that Santa got the helmets mixed up with some other boys and girls but quite another to return helmets that have already been opened! Here are a few tips for many happy merchandise returns"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Save Money On Your Credit Card Bills posted at Care on Credit, saying, "The timing of when your payment reaches the credit card company can have a significant impact on the amount you pay in monthly finance charges"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Disputing A Credit Card Billing Error posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Keep in mind it only applies to revolving credit accounts such as credit cards, department store cards, and overdraft protection for your checking account"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Charge Card, Credit Card, Debit Card – Which One Is Rightfor You? posted at Care on Credit, saying, "The common feature is the convenience they provide. But are you aware of the unique differences? Understanding how different cards work will help you use them smarter"
Ryan-Careonecredit presents Reduce Your Credit Card Debt and Save Money posted at Care on Credit, saying, "The credit card business provides a very useful and beneficial service to cardholders. These companies make money, lots of money, when you let your balance linger by either making payments later in the billing cycle or only paying the minimum payment amount each month."
Ryan-Careonecredit presents How Does the Fair Credit and Charge Card Disclosure Act Help You? posted at Care on Credit, saying, "You should understand why information is provided to you and how valuable it is when you can make decisions about using credit."
ChristianPF presents Primerica pros and cons | ChristianPF.com posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, "Discussing the pros and cons of Primerica."
Value Seeker presents Are Mutual Funds For You? posted at Stock Investing, saying, "Complete stock investing resource featuring advice on how to pick stocks, mutual funds tips, and stock broker reviews., Mutual funds and index funds are often good investments. But are they for you?"
Investing Angel presents Common Stock Investing Mistakes posted at Stock Tips, saying, "As we go into 2008, let's recap some of the common mistakes we all make and strive to avoid making them in 2008. 1. Trading too often. This largely depends on the size of your asset base."
Investing Angel presents Invest In What You Know posted at Stock Tips, saying, "If you are going to beat the market, you will need to do something better than most investors out there. This is no easy task. Remember, most money is managed by professionals. To beat the market, you need to know something that most professionals don't know about the stocks you trade."
Jose DeJesus MD presents Market Timing - When is the Best Time to Invest New Money posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
Head Pig presents Lipstick This Pig | Pig Logic Recession, Recession, Recession posted at Recession, Recession, Recession.
Investing Angel presents Tips For Shorting Stocks posted at Stock Tips, saying, "In today's unstable market, many people are considering shorting stocks. This might be because they believe the market is going to get worse, so they want to bet against the market or they just wish to hedge their bets."
Wenchypoo presents Universal Health Care Blues: Patient Stacking posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket, saying, "What am I doing with my money? Spending VERY carefully, investing in TIPS (for now), and planning tax strategy for next year and if a Democrat takes office."
Life. Money. Development. presents posted at Life. Money. Development., saying, "A neat collection of diet tips for keeping cholesterol in recommended levels."
Mr Credit Card presents College Student Credit Cards Primer posted at Ask Mr Credit Card, saying, "My money is invested in several managers - 75% stocks 25% bonds. It is automatically rebalanced so I do not worry about rebalancing. There is also reits and hard assets in my portfolio."
Mark Butler presents Funding Your Life: Part 1 posted at The Butler Project, saying, "What am I doing with my rebate money? Ironically, I'll be paying taxes with it.
This is a great article about how empowering it is to have a working budget."
Jeremy Zongker presents Skip the “Skip-payment” Act of Kindness from Your Credit Card Lenders posted at Creditor Web.
Livingalmostlarge presents Revealing your Finances? posted at Living Almost Large, saying, "When should you reveal your finances to someone your dating? Immediately? Not until you're serious? Is there an appropriate time and place to do so?"
Michael Bass presents The Economics of Gold Investments posted at Debt Prison, saying, "The real question is can a discretionary paper currency managed by Central Bankers perform as well a gold standard?"
Michael Bass presents How to seek bargains for food and clothes posted at Debt Prison, saying, "There are lot of ways to pay more than you have to for food and clothing. Though it may require a little more shopping, seeking bargains on food and clothing will save you hundreds or thousands of dollars each year."
Aussie Investor presents Great Stock Market Investing Minds - Benjamin Graham posted at Stock Market Investing For Beginners, saying, "Benjamin Graham was one of the stock market's greatest minds. His writings are unparalleled in the field of investing. "The Dean Of Wall Street" is considered to be the father of modern value investing. No financial education is complete without learning about Benjamin Graham."
Steve Faber presents - How to Make a Budget – Your Ultimate Plan for Financial Success posted at DebtBlog.
Steve_Leung presents Consumer Rights When Purchasing New Homes posted at Silicon Valley Real Estate Blog, saying, "Buyers often make the mistake of thinking that a new home is like a new car built by robots off an assembly line. The reality is that the quality control and negotiation strategies are quite different. Here are some tips that keep that new home purchase from being a major personal and financial headache."
Sagar presents The Credit Card Affiliate Site Setup Toolbox: 70+ Essential Tools posted at Smart Shopper: Personal Finance Advisor.
poetloverrebelspy presents ITB Impressions: Beer Tourism posted at Less Than a Shoestring, saying, "Despite an increasing interest in microbrews and specialty beers from breweries around the globe, there’s no need for you to travel across the planet or join a bus tour to enjoy an afternoon of beer tasting or a brewery tour. Find my links for planning your own (inexpensive) beer tourism in this post."
Jorge H. presents Have We Hit the Bottom? posted at My Adventures into The Street, saying, "Have we hit a near term bottom in the stock market? Some folks believe so. The technicals may be showing it as well."
Wenchypoo presents Inflation—Here We Go Again posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket, saying, "What am I doing with my money? Continuing savings, cutting spending, and planning carefully about what to do when this recession is over--it won't last forever...it just feels like it will."
Heather Johnson presents 3 Lesser Known Factors Affecting the Forex Markets. posted at You Are The Worst dot Com.
Nadege presents Learn why allocating your paycheck is the key to becoming wealthy posted at fabulous finances.
Sagar presents Are Bernanke?s Hands Tied? 8 Reasons the US May Be in Worse Trouble Than You Think posted at Currency Trading.net.
Jeremy Zongker presents All I Really Needed to Know About Managing Money I Learned From Music posted at Destroy Debt.
are you stuck in the credit crunch?
Gavin R. Putland presents Can you stop paying the mortgage and keep the house? posted at /etc/cron.whenever/.
KCLau presents Credit Cards: From Foes to Friends posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Article discussing what a credit card is all about and how one can avoid credit card debts. It also touches on how one can actually make money from his credit cards."
Michael Bass presents What You Should Know About Credit Cards posted at Debt Prison, saying, "For the first time in U.S. history there was no limit to the interest rates that banks could charge nationwide. This permitted credit card companies to expand; soon becoming the most profitable sector in overall banking. Citibank has been more profitable than Microsoft or Wal-Mart."
Sam presents Payday Loans are Expensive. Here are Dozens of Alternatives ! Surfer Sam posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "Payday loans seem like a quick, easy way to get a cash advance until your next paycheck. A payday loan is a cash advance secured by a personal check. They are also known cash advance loans, check advance loans, post-dated check loans or deferred deposit loans.
Here’s how they work."
high interest savings accounts
Dave presents Savings Bonds Fail To Keep Up With Inflation - Vox posted at Cheapo Groovo.
how are you dealing with the bleak outlo
Jason presents The Ultimate Frugal Weekend: A 48-Hour Spending Fast posted at The Frugal Dad.
how do you get out of debt
Ryan Russell presents Go “Outside The Box” for Great Holiday Gifts posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "For these people (and anyone else), a little creativity and imagination will go a long way when shopping for holiday gifts"
The Investor presents Taking stock: How to Set out Your Statement of Affairs posted at Monevator.com, saying, "To get control of your finances, you need to know exactly what money you've got coming in and what's going out, as well as what you own and what you owe. This detailed post explains how to do so with your own Statement of Affairs spreadsheet."
Larry Russell presents Objective Personal Finance Answers Are Hard to Find posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog.
where do you put your money
Abdulrasool Sumar presents 5 Mortgage Lessons to Learn from the Rich posted at Mortgage Loan Calculator, saying, "Most of us will not make it to the kind of bank accounts that Donald Trump or Bill Gates have, but many households in America are aiming for the $1 million mark (exclusing their residences). That's right, in 2004, the number of households in America that have $1 million in liquid cash and investments excluding their residences grew by 21% to 7.5 million. In this article, we are going to study the mortgage tactics of these rather affluent people because it's not all about the amount of money they make, it's about how they treat their money."
Jose DeJesus MD presents Improve Investment and Financial Results - Simplify and Conquer posted at Physician Entrepreneur.
poetloverrebelspy presents Baring My Budget: Venice posted at Less Than a Shoestring, saying, "My dollar isn't worth much over here, so I squeeze every penny I can while traveling. In this post, for example, I show you how to spend four days in Venice, including flights, for under 90 euros!"
Dorian Wales presents The Personal Financier: How to Make Sure this is your Dream Home: 7 Practical Tips posted at Personal Financier.
Zork Brauk presents UFO Recession Tip 54 - 10 Reasons to Stay Monogamous during Recession posted at It's the Recession, Stupid!, saying, "Tips on saving money during the economic recession from UFO aliens."
LIVING OFF DIVIDENDS presents How I Made $2,667 In Passive Income In March ?08 posted at LIVING OFF DIVIDENDS, saying, "Passive income is the best kind of income! See how I made over $2,600 last month from various different sources and investments."
Shamelle presents Enhance Life: 6 Investment Misconceptions That Stop You From Becoming A Millionaire|Personal development posted at Enhance Life, saying, "....... He used the word investment. To me, it sounded like something only the rich do or something that only a skilled professional can do. My friend patiently explained to me in layman terms that, I need to make my money make more money for me. Now that got me interested. Here I was working 60 hours a week and I was dreaming how nice it would be to double my salary without actually working for it!"
George L Smyth presents One Minute How-To - How To Make $10 On The Internet Right Now posted at George L Smyth, saying, "Troy Price explains a way you can get $10 on the Internet without jumping through too many hoops."
Raag Vamdatt presents Want to own a company? Buy stock! :: RaagVamdatt.com :: Financial Planning demystified posted at RaagVamdatt.com - Financial Planning demystified.
sarah presents Four ways to suck less at vintage & thrift shopping posted at SARAHSPY.
LIVING OFF DIVIDENDS presents Tax Benefits Of Passive Income posted at LIVING OFF DIVIDENDS, saying, "As Benjamin Franklin famously said, "A penny saved is a penny earned". See how to save money through advantageous tax rates on your blog income and other passive income sources."
Fabulously Broke presents Fabulously Broke in the City: True Cost of Watching & Owning a TV posted at Fabulously Broke in the City, saying, "How much I've saved from not watching TV (a lifetime calculation)"
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