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8 Ways to Limit Financial Loss from Theft of a Purse or Wallet
Wed, 04/8/09 | 10 Comments
8 Ways to Limit Financial Loss from Theft of a Purse or Wallet

My wife and I were on our way to visiting my parents and decided to stop by a favorite park to take a walk. The walk lasted about an hour, we left, and arrived at …

How Does the Economy & your Income Impact your Health?
Sun, 02/22/09 | 5 Comments
How Does the Economy & your Income Impact your Health?

Economics and income has always had a huge impact on health. Case in point: In a 2007 study released by the Economics Policy Institute, research showed that Social Security receiving males at age 60 had …

Inflation: How to Beat it with Smart Financial Planning
Wed, 01/7/09 | 13 Comments
Inflation: How to Beat it with Smart Financial Planning

How to Outpace Inflation
This is a guest post from Shaun Connell, author of Learn Financial Planning, a series of free, comprehensive financial planning tutorials.

It’s hard to watch the news or keep up with anything financial …

Should I Buy a New Car or a Used Car?
Wed, 11/12/08 | 11 Comments
Should I Buy a New Car or a Used Car?

Used Vs. New Car Expenses
This is a guest post from Joanne Kwan, who provides sound advice for those facing the used versus new car decision for the first time.
When it comes to buying a car, …

Inflation is Back with a Vengeance. Will it Stay?
Sat, 06/28/08 | 3 Comments
Inflation is Back with a Vengeance. Will it Stay?

Recent inflation is not exactly ground shattering news, I do realize. What is somewhat alarming are some of the stats behind this story. The fed has long used ‘core inflation’ as an indicator of how …

Emergency Savings Fund: Why, How Much, and Where?
Wed, 06/4/08 | 19 Comments
Emergency Savings Fund: Why, How Much, and Where?

A Comprehensive Guide to Emergency Savings
In a recent post on where to allocate your cash flow, I highlighted that step 1 should be to start an “emergency” savings fund. Starting an emergency savings fund is …


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