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Help a Reader: Getting Needed Experience

I recently received the following email from a reader: Sorry for this extremely long email but I have found your blog very helpful and am not sure where else to go for great advice. I’m at the stage where I am wanting to take the next step in my career but am unsure of how to go about it, given the current employment market. […]

10 Great Posts

Just wanted to let you all know that the latest Best of Money Carnival is now up. Congrats to all participants and especially the winning post, Goals Are the Gateway to Financial Success. Check it out if you're interested in some great personal finance reading. […]

Budgeting with YNAB

The following is a guest post from Nate Williams, a CPA who works with You Need a Budget. […]

The Basics Will Make You Rich

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

Christian Money Blogs

For those of you new to Free Money Finance, I post on The Bible and Money every Sunday. Here's why. I write about the Bible and Money on Sundays, but there are tons of blogs that cover the two every single day. Today I thought it would be fun to highlight a few of them. […]

10 Ways to Lower Your Taxes

Here's a list of 10 ways to lower your taxes from Kiplinger: 1. Boost your 401(k) contributions.2. Make the most of your flexible spending account. 3. Buy a house. 4. Buy a car.5. Sell losing investments. 6. Maximize your tax credits and deductions. 7. Pay college bills. 8. Give to a charity. 9. Max out tax breaks for the self-employed.10. […]

Four Documents You'll Need as Part of Your Estate Plan

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

Help a Reader: Saving for College

I recently received the following email from a reader: My wife and I recently found out we are having our first child.  We are very excited!  I am 27 years old (and my wife is near that) and we are doing OK financially.  The only debt we have right now is our mortgage.  I was wondering what people's advice is for what we should do financially.  We want to start saving for college and we want to […]

Who's Middle Class?

Here's an interesting piece from MSN Money on who actually makes up the "middle class" in various parts of the world. Unfortunately, it's an elusive answer since there's a big difference in how people FEEL and how they actually compare to others when you look at the numbers. […]

Carnivals for the Week of Oct 5

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