Generation X Finance

Jeremy Vohwinkle is a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, the Financial Planning writer at About.com, and founder of Generation X Finance.

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A Wall Street Journal Subscription is Cheaper Than You Think - Get a Discount on the WSJ

WSJ Discount of 75% or More Equals Big Savings While many newspapers are vanishing, there’s one paper that has, and should continue to stand the test of time. The Wall Street Journal has been the definitive source for financial news since 1889 when it was delivered by telegraph. […]

How to Find Out if You Qualify for a Mortgage Refinance Under New Making Home Affordable Plan

New Site Allows You to See if You May Qualify You may have heard about the Making Home Affordable (MHA) plan that’s part of the greater financial stimulus efforts, but what is it all about exactly? Well, the idea is to help homeowners refinance or modify their loans when in the past they may not have qualified for such assistance. […]

Friday Finance Findings for April 17th

I don’t know about you, but I’m glad tax day has finally passed. April 15th is the worst day of the year for my bank account. Between 2008 taxes owed and 1st quarter estimated taxes, it’s a lot of money headed to the IRS all at once. […]

12 Things Every Teenager Needs To Know About Money (And How To Teach Them)

This is a guest post from Grant Baldwin, the author of Reality Check, a book about helping students transition into the real world.  His new website, BrokePiggy.com, answers questions from teenagers about personal finance, savings, and all things money. […]

Financial Literacy Month Continues and Thoughts on Emergency Savings

In case you forgot, April is National Financial Literacy Month. For the entire month, bloggers and financial institutions alike are working together to help bring financial awareness to the masses. There’s never been a better time to learn more about finance given the current economic climate. […]