Healthcare.gov Open Enrollment is Over. What if I Need Insurance NOW?
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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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How Much can My Employer Contribute to my 401K?
July 21, 2009 | 28 Comments
How Much can My Employer Contribute to my 401K?

401K Employer Maximum Contributions
I’d like to clear up a very common 401K misconception surrounding maximum contribution limits.
Question: The IRS maximum 401K contribution limit for 2014 is $17,500. But what exactly does this mean? Does this …

5 Ways that Personal Finance Mirrors the Tour de France
July 19, 2009 | 10 Comments
5 Ways that Personal Finance Mirrors the Tour de France

The Tour de France has sucked me in over the last few weeks. Yeah, I know, “just guys riding bikes” – I’ve heard it many times before as I keep coming up empty trying to …

Student Loan Rate Cut Opportunities
July 15, 2009 | 5 Comments
Student Loan Rate Cut Opportunities

Whether you’ve graduated recently or you’re thinking about going back to school, there are some appealing rate cuts that you could take advantage of. This is potentially a great opportunity to strategically slice your interest …

What would you do with a Financial Windfall?
July 13, 2009 | 11 Comments
What would you do with a Financial Windfall?

Not all of us are lucky enough to come across a windfall in our lives – be it lottery winnings, a lot of luck in investing, a huge inheritance, or some other method. But just …

5 Best Ways to Absolutely Destroy your Personal Finances
July 5, 2009 | 13 Comments
5 Best Ways to Absolutely Destroy your Personal Finances

Bad Personal Finances
Most of the advice you’ll find on this blog is geared towards best practices when it comes to your personal finances. Not this one, my friends. Through personal experience and witnessing worst practices …

The Effective Simplicity of Budgeting by Envelopes
June 30, 2009 | 9 Comments
The Effective Simplicity of Budgeting by Envelopes

This is a guest post from Andrea Horn, a personal finance instructor, mom of two boys, and creator of Recession Proof Living.
Want to get out of debt and start building wealth? Then grab some envelopes …


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