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Classic FMF, Bible Edition

For those of you new to Free Money Finance, I post on The Bible and Money every Sunday. Here's why. I'm on my last day of vacation today, and FMF is taking a break with me. I've been highlighting my most-often-referred-to posts once each day while I'm gone as a refresher before we get back to our regular programming next week. […]

Carnival of Financial Planning

Welcome to Edition #103 of the Carnival of Financial Planning. The Carnival of Financial Planning takes a long-term view of personal financial planning for individuals and families. […]

Classic FMF, Part 3

I'm on my last vacation of the summer over the next few days and FMF will be taking a break with me. However, I thought I would highlight my most-often-referred-to posts, "classic Free Money Finance" if you prefer, once each day while I'm gone as a refresher before we get back to our regular programming next week. […]

Star Money Articles and Carnivals for the Week of Aug 17

For weekday updates of what I find to be some of the most interesting personal finance articles on the web, follow me on Twitter. […]

Classic FMF, Part 2

I'm on my last vacation of the summer over the next few days and FMF will be taking a break with me. However, I thought I would highlight my most-often-referred-to posts, "classic Free Money Finance" if you prefer, once each day while I'm gone as a refresher before we get back to our regular programming next week. […]

Classic FMF, Part 1

I'm on my last vacation of the summer over the next few days and FMF will be taking a break with me. However, I thought I would highlight my most-often-referred to posts, "classic Free Money Finance" if you prefer, once each day while I'm gone as a refresher before we get back to our regular programming next week. […]

We Got Cable TV

Yesterday I shared that we recently purchased a new TV. Well, we also knocked another item off our list of stuff to buy shortly thereafter -- we got cable TV. Here's a quick run-down of our cable-related decisions/activities: Those of you who have antennas know that the switch to digital hasn't been all that great. […]

Help a Reader: Asking for a Raise

Here are some questions a reader recently left as a comment on FMF: I worked as a teacher for several years, but now I'm going back to school full time, so I've been searching for a job that will grant me flexibility to attend daytime classes. I found a job with a private company as a primary tutor/educational consultant. The hours are flexible, but of course they require nights and weekends. […]

When Work and Money Collide

Ever had personal finance related issues seep their way into your work-life? I've had several, but three standout in my mind: We'll start with a story from my very first job out of college. I was given a company credit card and told to use it for business-related expenses. I still had to fill out an expense report, get reimbursed, and pay off the card, so I considered it my card. […]

We Bought a TV

Consider our list of stuff to buy shorter by one item -- we finally purchased a TV. We were slowed a bit by our trip to Niagara Falls (we kinda knew what we wanted just before the trip but packing, etc. just got too hectic the week or so before we left), at the start of August we pulled the trigger. […]