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Reader Profile: MB

The following is the latest post in my "Reader Profiles" series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. […]

Happy Thanksgiving

Just want to wish you and your family a blessed and very happy Thanksgiving. May we all take a break from talking about money and focus on the things that really make us thankful. Here's my list -- still the same after all these years (except maybe the KFC part.) ;-) Have a great, relaxing, joyful, thankful day! […]

Reader Profile: EA

The following is the latest post in my "Reader Profiles" series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. […]

Great Christian Products

Many of you have probably seen that I have a relatively new site sponsor here at Free Money Finance. For those of you who have been here long enough to remember when I posted on the Bible and Money every Sunday, the sponsor shouldn’t surprise you. […]

How to Find a Financial Mentor

In my post titled How to Create a Budget, here's what I suggested for step #5: Have a Trusted, Financially Successful Friend Review Your Cash Flow Plan and Make Suggestions Find someone you know, trust, and respect who is doing well financially and ask them to look over your cash flow plan. […]

Millionaires Buy New Cars

Recently I read this interesting piece from Dr. Thomas Stanley, the author of The Millionaire Next Door. […]

Reader Profile: GF

The following is the latest post in my "Reader Profiles" series. Each post in this series details the financial situation and challenges of an FMF reader. […]

Six Figure Interviews 7

Here's the latest in my series of six figure interviews, discussions with everyday people who have grown their incomes to at least $100,000 annually. My questions are in bold italics and their responses follow in black. […]

Three Steps to Making the Most of Your Investments

Here are what I consider to be the few, key steps to get the most out of your savings and investments.  While many people seem intimidated by investing and don’t know where to begin or what to do, being a successful investor is not that complicated (just like building wealth isn't that complicated). In the end it comes down to three basic (but important) steps as follows: 1. […]