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Three and a Half Worthwhile Reasons to Go into Debt

Here are some thoughts from the great personal finance book Grow Your Money!: 101 Easy Tips to Plan, Save, and Invest. […]

Help a Reader: Making More Money

Here's a question a reader recently left here: I'm in a tough situation. I've been working for the same company for about a year on a project. This project is set to finish in around 4 weeks and due to someone leaving, I've been offered another role providing support. […]

Dirty Little Money-Grubbing Haircutting Secrets

The following is an excerpt from Secrets of a Stingy Scoundrel: 100 Dirty Little Money-Grubbing Secrets and is reprinted with the permission of Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. […]

11 Ingredients of Career Success

Here are some thoughts from the great personal finance book Grow Your Money!: 101 Easy Tips to Plan, Save, and Invest. […]

How to Save Money on Moving

The following is a guest post from Tim Johnson, Managing Editor at Relocation.com. With some American cities starting to resemble a setting from a Dickens novel, more and more people are willing to pull up stakes and move to take a new job, or move to a place with better job opportunities. […]

Dirty Little Money-Grubbing Secrets to Free Meals

The following is an excerpt from Secrets of a Stingy Scoundrel: 100 Dirty Little Money-Grubbing Secrets and is reprinted with the permission of Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. […]

Where to Invest Your Time to Get the Best Pay-Off

I've been reading Grow Your Money!: 101 Easy Tips to Plan, Save, and Invest, a great personal finance book IMO. Over the next week or two I thought I'd share parts of it with you and add my  comments to what the author says. Today, I want to highlight what he says about the value of your career. […]

Lending to Friends

Wise Bread brings up the age-old issue of borrowing from friends (or, looking at it from the other way, lending to friends.) Either end of the transaction is a potential friend-ending move, so let me give you my thoughts on how to handle the issue: Borrowing from friends -- Don't do it. […]

Carnival Up

Just wanted to let you know that the latest Best of Money Carnival is up. As usual, it features 10 great personal finance posts including the winner, Should You Buy It? A Flowchart for Evaluating Potential Purchases. […]

Wealth Doesn't Require a High Income

I've been reading Grow Your Money!: 101 Easy Tips to Plan, Save, and Invest, a great personal finance book IMO. Over the next week or two I thought I'd share parts of it with you and add my comments to what the author says. Today, I want to highlight a paragraph where he refers to studies about millionaires and says the following: Wealth doesn't require a high income. […]