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Star Money Articles for the Week of January 9

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money has three simple money resolutions to help you prosper. Money Boss details five lost early retirement years. Centsibly Rich has an exciting vision for the new year.  Mighty Bargain Hunter lists seven odd uses for old computer books. Be Net Worthy has a financial quiz. Finally, my book of the week is Peak: Secrets from the New S […]

Spend Your Money with Purpose

Warning: This is NOT a political post, so do not turn it into one. I'm simply highlighting a statement from a very wealthy individual/family which demonstrates a solid financial principle. One of the blogs I regularly read pointed to this article which features a story about Ivanka Trump. She said she learned a valuable lesson about money when she was 14. […]

How Much Did You Spend on Christmas?

Here's a piece talking about Christmas spending Some interesting info from it: The average shopper is planning to spend $929 on gifts this holiday season according to the American Research Group. With the average U.S. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of January 2

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money says the gap is the key to wealth. Be Net Worthy offers three career resolutions to make you millions.  The Green Swan offers a FIRE-side chat with ESI Money. Debt Discipline continues his great interview series. Rich habits says consistency drives success. Financial Samurai says it's better to be lucky than good. Lyn Alden of […]

Final Call for New Site Details

Hey, gang! I hope this message finds you having a great weekend! Last time I posted about my new site I still received several requests for it, though far fewer than in the past. […]

The Poor Gamble More than the Rich

Here's an interesting piece from Rich Habits which says the poor gamble more than the rich. Some details: 6% if the rich gambled regularly on the lottery vs. 77% of the poor and 16% of the rich gambled on sports at least once a week vs. 52% of the poor. Someone (was it Dave Ramsey?) used to say that the lottery was a tax on people who were poor at math. Really, all gambling is. […]

Resolve or Not Resolve: That is the Question

Here's a topic for discussion: do you make New Year's resolutions each year or do you think they are a waste of time? I'll be interested to hear your responses. Personally, I'm a big resolution maker. I break my resolutions down by subject (like "family", "finances", etc.) and make commitments that are both daily (i.e. "workout") as well as bigger-picture (i.e. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of December 26

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money has a financial advisor who is not an expert. Physician on Fire likes a job where you take 40 weeks off a year. Debt Discipline discusses money and work songs. Budgets are Sexy tells how to make money selling Christmas trees. The Green Swan asks if he should self-insure. Finally, my book of the week is Chess: The Complete Guide […]