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Help a Reader: Me Again

Ok, I need some help again. We've decided that we're getting a new (bigger) TV. It's been about 15 years since we purchased our last one, so it's time for an upgrade. We've done our research (both with Consumer reports as well as looking at options in stores) and there seems to be a TON of conflicting information/opinions our there. […]

My Jobs, College

The other day I listed all the jobs I held in high school and detailed what I learned from them. Today I want to continue this series by sharing the jobs I held while in college. As a freshman, I worked in the library as part of a work-study program. It was a simple job and for only eight hours a week. […]

Best of Money Carnival #6

Just wanted to let you all know that the Best of Money Carnival is up this morning at Bible Money Matters. It includes the top ten personal finance posts of the past week -- great reading for those of you looking for "the best of the best." Congrats to all participants and especially the winning post, Powerful Ways to Improve Your Life. […]

Do You Dread Mondays?

I remember the feeling all too well. Sunday around 6 pm or so the dread would start creeping in -- only a few hours left before I went to bed and another work week started the next morning. […]

What Christians Believe about Giving

For those of you new to Free Money Finance, I post on The Bible and Money every Sunday. Here's why. This piece on the relationship between the welfare state and Christianity contains some good stats on what Christians believe about giving. […]

Happy Fourth of July

Just want to say a big happy Fourth of July to all of you out there -- and Happy Birthday to America! I hope you're having a great day (like I am) celebrating the freedom we enjoy in the U.S. […]

Taking the Day Off

Like many of you readers, I'm sure, I'm taking the day off today and enjoying it with my family. I hope you all have a GREAT holiday weekend!!! […]

Star Money Articles and Carnivals for the Week of June 29

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

Safeguard 8: Avoid an Advisor with a Lavish Lifestyle

The following is a guest post from Marotta Wealth Management. After reading this, you may want to check out my thoughts on how to pick a financial planner. There will always be swindlers masquerading as investment advisors. You can learn to recognize such people by their over-the-top lifestyle. Avoid them at all costs. […]

Ten Pricey Cities that Pay Off

I've gone on record saying that one great money-saving tip is to consider moving to a less expensive city (and I've documented that the reduction in costs more than outweighs the usual loss in salary). Most people hate this advice, but that doesn't stop me since I'm a glutton for punishment. […]