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How to Get Started With Hard Money Lending

The following is a guest post from a lawyer writing about personal finance and investing at The Biglaw Investor. One of the greatest achievements in the investing world over the past decade has been the dominance of index funds and the retreat of high-fee mutual funds and financial advisors. […]

How to Get Started With Hard Money Lending

The following is a guest post from a lawyer writing about personal finance and investing at The Biglaw Investor. One of the greatest achievements in the investing world over the past decade has been the dominance of index funds and the retreat of high-fee mutual funds and financial advisors. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Oct 16

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. Physician on Fire discusses the dark side of physician finance. ESI Money interviewed some more millionaires. Mama Fish Saves gives a home improvement checklist on cost versus value. Chief Mom Officer doesn't let her kids have cell phones. Money Q and A tells how to get 10% back on your money. Have a GREAT weekend!!! […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Oct 16

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. Physician on Fire discusses the dark side of physician finance. ESI Money interviewed some more millionaires. Mama Fish Saves gives a home improvement checklist on cost versus value. Chief Mom Officer doesn't let her kids have cell phones. Money Q and A tells how to get 10% back on your money. Have a GREAT weekend!!! […]

Three Questions to Determine Financial Literacy

A recent Freakonomics podcast listed three questions to determine financial literacy developed by an economist who teaches at George Washington University. They are: Question 1: Suppose you have $100 in a savings account and the interest rate was 2 percent per year. After 5 years, how much do you think you would have in the account if you left the money to grow? A) More than $102. […]

Three Questions to Determine Financial Literacy

A recent Freakonomics podcast listed three questions to determine financial literacy developed by an economist who teaches at George Washington University. They are: Question 1: Suppose you have $100 in a savings account and the interest rate was 2 percent per year. After 5 years, how much do you think you would have in the account if you left the money to grow? A) More than $102. […]

Only 1 in 10 Americans at Peak Financial Health

Here's an interesting post from NerdWallet that says only one in ten Americans is at peak financial health. They determined "financial health" by creating an online survey which "asked more than 2,000 U.S. […]

Only 1 in 10 Americans at Peak Financial Health

Here's an interesting post from NerdWallet that says only one in ten Americans is at peak financial health. They determined "financial health" by creating an online survey which "asked more than 2,000 U.S. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Oct 9

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money had an investment go bad. Big Law Investor covers the three years and out plan. Debt Roundup tells how to save $100 a month. Retire by 40 says you don't have to be the best to win big in life.  Wallet Hacks lists the best cable TV alternatives. Have a GREAT weekend!!! […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Oct 9

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money had an investment go bad. Big Law Investor covers the three years and out plan. Debt Roundup tells how to save $100 a month. Retire by 40 says you don't have to be the best to win big in life.  Wallet Hacks lists the best cable TV alternatives. Have a GREAT weekend!!! […]