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2010 IRS Federal Home Energy Tax Credit Guide
Tue, 03/23/10 | 40 Comments
2010 IRS Federal Home Energy Tax Credit Guide

Energy Tax Credit Update: The 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 energy tax credits have since been released.
A few weeks ago, my wife and I woke up one morning and the temperature in the house …

Buy or Rent: The One Number you Need to Look at
Mon, 03/15/10 | 19 Comments
Buy or Rent: The One Number you Need to Look at

Kiplinger recently ran an article that shed some really great light on whether it makes more sense to buy a home or rent an apartment. I’ve never addressed this topic on 20somethingfinance, because quite frankly …

TrueEarnings® Card from Costco & American Express Review
Sun, 03/14/10 | 21 Comments
TrueEarnings® Card from Costco & American Express Review

I’ve been a Costco member for 5 years and right around the time that my wife and I started shopping there, we signed up for our primary credit card, the TrueEarnings® Card from Costco and …

6 Reasons why you Might Want to Consider a Ford Fiesta
Thu, 03/11/10 | 30 Comments
6 Reasons why you Might Want to Consider a Ford Fiesta

Buying a new car typically doesn’t make the list of best personal finance practices. That being said, we all know that, and whole bunch of us still end up doing it. IF you’re going to …

How to Avoid Getting Burned by the Magazine Industry
Tue, 03/2/10 | 9 Comments
How to Avoid Getting Burned by the Magazine Industry

Maybe I’m in the minority here, but I still do (and proudly) subscribe to a few magazines – and I won’t be stopping unless the magazines close shop. My personal favorites are Kiplinger and Backpacker.
That …

55 Marketable Hobbies that you Love & Can Get Paid For
Sun, 02/28/10 | 11 Comments
55 Marketable Hobbies that you Love & Can Get Paid For

This is the third installment off my “Start Retiring Now by Getting Paid to do what you Love” Series. In the first post, I offered up a bit of motivation to start exploring your own …


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