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Any Travel Suggestions?

As most of you know, we live in the frozen tundra known to the rest of the world as Michigan. December to March is cold, cloudy, snowy, and dreary. […]

YNAB Copy Awarded

Just a note that I awarded the You Need a Budget copy that was announced last week (scroll through to the last comment if you want to see who won). Don't worry if you didn't win -- there will be another giveaway tomorrow! […]

Are Outlet Stores a Good Deal?

There are two outlet malls I stop by on occasion. One is when I'm traveling to Detroit (or into southern Michigan) and the other is on a frequent business roadtrip I take. […]

The Tithe

For those of you new to Free Money Finance, I post on The Bible and Money every Sunday. Here's why. […]

Life Insurance Reality Check – Do you have enough?

The following is a guest post from AccuQuote. Life insurance is an important component of your financial planning. If you have a young family, it could actually be the most important element of their security. A lot of people do not have affordable life insurance yet. Among those who already have life insurance, a vast majority does not have enough coverage. […]

Posting Schedule for the Holidays

Just a short programming note to let you all know what I'm planning. For the next two weeks, I'll be cutting my posts back to two per day starting on Monday. I'm doing this because I think many people will be more focused on getting ready for/enjoying the holidays than they will on reading a personal finance blog. […]

Marley's Ghost Was Haunted by Regret

The following is a guest post from Marotta Wealth Management. Some may find it a bit "preachy", but I think his main messages (as I read it) of "money isn't everything" and "be sure to give back to others" are worthwhile. "Marley was dead." That's how Charles Dickens's "A Christmas Carol" begins. Jacob Marley, dead exactly seven years to the day, is the real ghost in the story. […]

The Wealthy Aren't Who You Think They Are

I saw this picture on PostSecret not too long ago. It reads: My friends and relatives think I'm poor or stingy because I drive a clunker and own old appliances. Ha! I've given 400G to charities, helping to restore sight to thousands. And I keep doing it! This reminded me of a few things: 1. […]

The Wealthy Aren't Who You Think They Are

I saw this picture on PostSecret not too long ago. It reads: My friends and relatives think I'm poor or stingy because I drive a clunker and own old appliances. Ha! I've given 400G to charities, helping to restore sight to thousands. And I keep doing it! This reminded me of a few things: 1. […]

Star Money Articles and Carnivals for the Week of Dec 14

For weekday updates of what I find to be some of the most interesting personal finance articles on the web, follow me on Twitter. For now, here are some pieces I found especially worthwhile and some of the carnivals Free Money Finance was in this week and my posts that were included: Be sure to enter my You Need a Budget giveaway! Also, please vote in the Best of Money Carnival contest. […]