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The 5 Worst Twenty Something Personal Finance Blunders
Sun, 11/22/09 | 22 Comments
The 5 Worst Twenty Something Personal Finance Blunders

Sound personal finance is often times not what you DO, but what you DON’T DO. Often times we look for all the right answers, tips, and advice about what we need to be doing to …

How to Set up an Automatic Savings Plan
Tue, 02/24/09 | 8 Comments
How to Set up an Automatic Savings Plan

We all know we should save money. We really do. But let’s be honest: spending feels so much better than saving. You could be wearing, driving, or living in your hard-earned money instead of letting …

Day One of Unemployment
Mon, 01/12/09 | 10 Comments
Day One of Unemployment

Well, folks. Real life circumstances are going to have a heavy hand in some of the topics I cover over the next few months. My wife lost her job today (she’s a Landscape Architect). All …

How to Choose a Certified Financial Planner
Sun, 01/11/09 | 18 Comments
How to Choose a Certified Financial Planner

How to Choose a Financial Planner
There’s nothing better than self reliance and personal empowerment when it comes to financial planning. However, if you don’t yet have the confidence in yourself to manage your financial situation, …

10 Basics for Financial Peace of Mind in Tough Times
Mon, 09/29/08 | 3 Comments
10 Basics for Financial Peace of Mind in Tough Times

How to Stay Calm in a Tough Market
In the midst of recent market turmoil, it is more important than ever to focus on your long term goals and develop patience in order to achieve financial …

Where do I Put all of My Money? A Guide to Asset Allocation
Sat, 05/24/08 | 2 Comments
Where do I Put all of My Money? A Guide to Asset Allocation

Asset Allocation: Net Positive Income – a Good Problem to Have
It’s great to be ‘in the black’ with your net income, simply meaning that more money is coming in than being spent. This is different …


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