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Free Money Finance is a personal finance blog designed to help readers grow their net worth. The site is over four years old and contains more than 7,000 posts on saving money, making money, investing, planning for retirement, and all other personal finance related topics.

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Six Figure Interviews 13

Here's the latest in my series of six figure interviews, discussions with everyday people who have grown their incomes to at least $100,000 annually. My questions are in bold italics and their responses follow in black. […]

Reader Profile: AA

The following is the latest post in my "Reader Profiles" series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. […]

Six Figure Interviews 12

Here's the latest in my series of six figure interviews, discussions with everyday people who have grown their incomes to at least $100,000 annually. My questions are in bold italics and their responses follow in black. […]

Reader Profile: JV

The following is the latest post in my "Reader Profiles" series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. […]

Millionaire Interviews 19

Here's the latest in my series of millionaire interviews, discussions with everyday people who have practical tips and insights into growing and managing wealth. My questions are in bold italics and their responses follow in black. […]

Top Money Resolutions for 2014

Money Magazine recently shared the top five money resolutions people have for 2014 as follows: 1. Simplify my finances 2. Save more for retirement 3. Pay down debt 4. Donate more to charity 5. […]

Reader Profile: VF

The following is the latest post in my "Reader Profiles" series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. […]

Six Figure Interviews 11

Here's the latest in my series of six figure interviews, discussions with everyday people who have grown their incomes to at least $100,000 annually. My questions are in bold italics and their responses follow in black. […]

Six Times It's Easy to Ask for a Discount

My mom was ill this summer (she's fine now) and had to stay in a hospital away from her home. My dad got a hotel room for $89 a night initially, but when it was apparent that his stay would be longer than expected, he asked the manager if he could get a "long-term rate". The manager said he could and agreed to let my dad stay in the same room for $67 a night from that day forward. […]

Help a Reader: Paying Off Debts

Here's an email I recently received from a reader: I'd like to get readers thoughts on paying off large debts.  In my case, I own rental properties where I would like to pay off the mortgages for long term income.  One mortgage is around 80k and the other 100k. We live off my salary and I earn quarterly bonuses that range from 5 to 15k a quarter after taxes.  The rental properties also generate […]