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Star Money Articles for the Week of May 29

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money tells how peak performers earn more. The Retirement Manifesto details how to move your retirement from good to great in seven days. Mama Fish Saves says investing is not gambling. Chief Mom Officer interviews a millionaire mom. Physician on Fire shares the story of Dr. […]

How to Save on a Cruise

We took cruises towards the end of the time we lived in Michigan to help break up the winter. So when I saw this post on how to save on cruise costs I just had to check it out. The ones we used include: 1. Book Far in Advance5. Take Advantage of Wave Season (Jan-Mar)8. Avoid Cruising on Holiday Weekends13. Avoid Cruising on New Ships14. Cruise on Refurbished Ships18. […]

How to Save on a Cruise

We took cruises towards the end of the time we lived in Michigan to help break up the winter. So when I saw this post on how to save on cruise costs I just had to check it out. The ones we used include: 1. Book Far in Advance5. Take Advantage of Wave Season (Jan-Mar)8. Avoid Cruising on Holiday Weekends13. Avoid Cruising on New Ships14. Cruise on Refurbished Ships18. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of May 22

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money says you need a margin of safety in retirement. ChooseFI does some career hacking. Centisbly Rich tells how to use money as a tool. The Green Swan wonders if you have tax efficient investments. The White Coat Investor asks if you should take some money off the table. Finally, my future purchase of the week is Instant Read Meat […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of May 22

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money says you need a margin of safety in retirement. ChooseFI does some career hacking. Centisbly Rich tells how to use money as a tool. The Green Swan wonders if you have tax efficient investments. The White Coat Investor asks if you should take some money off the table. Finally, my future purchase of the week is Instant Read Meat […]

The First Financial Metric: Net Worth

The following is an excerpt from the book Set for Life. One’s net worth is simply the number of assets one owns, minus the debts one owes. Folks track net worth in a variety of ways, and have a variety of theories about the best way to do this. […]

Frugal Spending Habits of Millionaires

As a contrast to high earners who can't control their spending, here's a post on the frugal spending habits of millionaires. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of May 15

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money tells how to retire on $1 million or less. Mama Fish Saves gives advice to first-time homebuyers. Miss Mazuma covers the three money tiers. Life Zemplified asks if you are spending your health on money. Gen Y Finance Guy says cars are expensive. Finally, my future purchase of the week is Outdoor Research Seattle Sombrero Rain H […]

The Single Biggest Retirement Mistake

Money lists the single biggest retirement mistake as follows: The single biggest retirement mistake I see is that retirees don’t set aside funds for income during the early years of their retirement. They go directly from accumulating retirement funds to withdrawing them. […]

The Single Biggest Retirement Mistake

Money lists the single biggest retirement mistake as follows: The single biggest retirement mistake I see is that retirees don’t set aside funds for income during the early years of their retirement. They go directly from accumulating retirement funds to withdrawing them. […]