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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 …

Never Hire a Contractor without Following These 5 Steps First
Sun, 02/14/10 | 12 Comments
Never Hire a Contractor without Following These 5 Steps First

How to Find a Good Contractor & Save Money
If you’re like me, your home is your baby. You wouldn’t hire the first babysitter that you found in an ad without first asking some questions and …

The Top 10 Cheapest New Cars of 2010
Sun, 02/7/10 | 32 Comments
The Top 10 Cheapest New Cars of 2010

Update: I’ve also put together a list of this year’s cheapest new cars, in addition to 2014, 2013, 2012, and 2011. What follows is for the 2010 model year
I’m not an advocate for buying new …

Thinking of Itemizing your Tax Deductions? Here’s a Teaser
Wed, 01/27/10 | 14 Comments
Thinking of Itemizing your Tax Deductions? Here’s a Teaser

Itemizing your Taxes Made Easier
If you’re like me, you’re probably still waiting around for all your income statements to trickle in from banks, discount brokers, your employer, and anyone else whom you might have some …

What is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit? Can I Claim it?
Mon, 01/18/10 | No Comment
What is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit? Can I Claim it?

Yet another case where NOT making much money actually pays off. If your income is below the follow adjusted gross income (AGI) levels for the 2014 and 2015 tax year, you may be eligible for …


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