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Live Longer by Reading Books

Here's a follow up to my post on becoming wealthy by reading. A reader sent me this study which says reading can actually help you live longer! […]

The Benefits of Writing

Here's an interesting post on the benefits of journaling. The part I want to highlight is as follows: One effective way researchers have found to reinforce learning is through reflective writing. It turns out that regular journaling can be used to train our attention and strengthen neural pathways. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of December 5

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money offers some great gift ideas for the holidays.  The Ways to Wealth lists the best investing books. […]

The Highest Earning Dead Celebrities

Bankrate lists the highest earning dead celebrities as follows: No. 1: Michael Jackson, "King of Pop"; Annual payday: $825 million No. 2: Charles Schulz, "Peanuts" cartoonist; Annual payday: $48 million No. 3: Arnold Palmer, golfing star; Annual payday: $40 million No. 4: Elvis Presley, rock music legend and actor; Annual payday: $27 million No. […]

A Frugal Star

Mashable tells the story of a frugal star, Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter fame. It starts with a guess of how much he's worth (somewhere around £60 million) and then transitions to the fact that he doesn't spend any of it. The highlights: "I don't really do anything with my money," Radcliffe told the Belfast Telegraph. "I'm very grateful for it, because having money basically means you don't […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of November 28

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money lists his worst money mistakes.  The Retirement Manifesto shares the best money advice ever received.  Our Financial Path says shopping makes you happy. Coach Carson suggests we all slow down. Finally, my book of the week is Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln Haven't read it yet but I'm dying to!!! Have a G […]

Higher Paying States Do Not Make Up for Higher Costs

The Business Insider lists the best and worst states to make a living. The summary of their findings: Not all states are created equal when it comes to making a living. […]

Three Steps to Building Wealth

Investopedia lists three simple steps to building wealth as follows: You need to make it. This means that before you can begin to save or invest, you need to have a long-term source of income that's sufficient enough to have some left over after you've covered your necessities. You need to save it. […]

How to Practice Interviews

Fast Company lists seven steps you need for your next interview. They suggest you practice your interviews in advance and even video tape them. The details: There’s no better way to practice an interview than actually doing an interview, so get a friend or family member to help you. […]