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Star Money Articles for the Week of July 17

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. Retirement Manifesto details what Baby Boomer women need to know about their finances. Mama Fish Saves lists nine summer date ideas under $9.  ESI Money tells how to save on food costs. Centisbly Rich turned a profit by building a handmade gift. Financial Samurai says to rent luxury and buy utility. For my purchase of the week -- just bo […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of July 17

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. Retirement Manifesto details what Baby Boomer women need to know about their finances. Mama Fish Saves lists nine summer date ideas under $9.  ESI Money tells how to save on food costs. Centisbly Rich turned a profit by building a handmade gift. Financial Samurai says to rent luxury and buy utility. For my purchase of the week -- just bo […]

Do You Use Cash Rebate or Travel Points Credit Cards?

In the February issue of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine they asked their readers how they used their rewards credit cards. […]

Do You Use Cash Rebate or Travel Points Credit Cards?

In the February issue of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine they asked their readers how they used their rewards credit cards. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of July 10

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money got a car for $10. Wallet Hacks lists the best online high yield savings account banks.  Physician on Fire tells us to declare our financial independence.  Retire by 40 says to enjoy the journey to FI. Big Law Investor welcomes us to the new rich. Finally, my current reading list includes Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, […]

Buying a House You Can Afford will Save You Tons

Money magazine gives some interesting thoughts on buying a house you can afford and how much it will save you as follows: The standard rule of thumb for how much house you can afford is 28% of gross monthly income. But who says you have to spend all 28%? Using this rule, a person making $80,000 could afford a $1,900 mortgage. […]

Buying a House You Can Afford will Save You Tons

Money magazine gives some interesting thoughts on buying a house you can afford and how much it will save you as follows: The standard rule of thumb for how much house you can afford is 28% of gross monthly income. But who says you have to spend all 28%? Using this rule, a person making $80,000 could afford a $1,900 mortgage. […]

How to Maximize Your Tax Return

The following post is from FMF contributor Brad Richardson. Two things in life are a given: death and taxes. No one looks forward to either, but there are ways to make the latter a little less painful. […]

How to Maximize Your Tax Return

The following post is from FMF contributor Brad Richardson. Two things in life are a given: death and taxes. No one looks forward to either, but there are ways to make the latter a little less painful. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of July 3

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money is done with Lending Club. Budgets are Sexy says maybe the life you've always wanted is buried under everything you own. Couple Money says don't let money ruin your marriage. Money Q&A asks if pet insurance is worth the cost.  Well kept Wallet lists 14 legitimate stay at home jobs.  Finally, my future purchase of the week is Br […]