Healthcare.gov Open Enrollment is Over. What if I Need Insurance NOW?
Wed, 04/16/14 | 5 Comments

One of the biggest selling points of the Affordable Care Act was that it would allow millions who previously had not had insurance to get affordable insurance through a public health insurance exchange. The biggest …

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The 12 Best Songs About Money. EVER.
December 24, 2009 | 16 Comments
The 12 Best Songs About Money. EVER.

The Best Songs About Money
When I awoke this morning, like a flash of lightening, I thought, “how about writing a post that combines two of everyone’s favorite things – money, and music.” <pats self on …

The 3 Questions you MUST Ask Yourself Before Reading Another Personal Finance Post
December 20, 2009 | 13 Comments
The 3 Questions you MUST Ask Yourself Before Reading Another Personal Finance Post

If you’re reading any post on a personal finance blog, the odds are that you are trying to achieve a goal through the means of money. But you may be wasting a whole heck of …

The Story of Stuff & its Impact on your Personal Finances
December 9, 2009 | No Comment
The Story of Stuff & its Impact on your Personal Finances

The Story of Stuff
I just watched “The Story of Stuff” for the first time on YouTube. I have always been very motivated to reduce my energy usage, minimize my consumption, and live a life that …

My Personal Quest to De-Commercialize the Holidays
December 6, 2009 | 19 Comments
My Personal Quest to De-Commercialize the Holidays

Do you wish that the Holidays weren’t so darn commercialized? Are you starting to think that it may be time to cut scale back or cut off gift giving, but don’t quite know how to …

The 5 Worst Twenty Something Personal Finance Blunders
November 22, 2009 | 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 …

Personal Finance DeathMatch: You Vs. Your Parents – who Wins?
November 16, 2009 | 18 Comments
Personal Finance DeathMatch: You Vs. Your Parents – who Wins?

How much of your personal finance savvy can you chalk up to what you learned from your parents? Are you a better saver than they are? Were you motivated by their personal finance behaviors?
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