The Ultimate Guide to Making Money

Some people think there’s only a limited amount of money

When I was in high school, a lot of my friends and I applied for scholarships. Most of my friends came from middle-class families; a few came from wealthier families. When the wealthier kids applied for scholarships, I remember others getting get mad at them: "Why are you applying for those? You're taking away the chance for someone else to ...

Personalized tax answers for iwillteachyoutoberich readers — Part 2

There is a ton of stuff in David's tax answers today. He answers the nitty-gritty, telling you exactly what to do, but he also gives valuable high-level advice. He writes, "'Are you ready to be rich'" means that you have to take fiscal responsibly for your actions - not just work all year and then have someone do your taxes ...

2 tax-software giveaways announced, 3 more to go

I'm in the middle of doing a tax Q&A with professional tax analyst and CPA David Bergstein with CompleteTax. See the 100+ questions here and David's first answers here. Part of the deal is also giving away 5 CCH CompleteTax passes for state/federal tax return prep and filing for random people who ask tax questions. Today I'm giving ...

Women entrepreneurs: Submit an idea, win $1,000 by this Friday

Here's a great chance to get your idea in front of top entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. And there's a twist: at least half the team must be made up of young women. Women 2.0 invites you to submit your business idea on a paper napkin no larger than 7×7 inches. Put it down, mark it up, and propose ...

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Free chapter from Ramit’s 2007 Guide to Kicking Ass

Late last year, I released my first ebook, Ramit's 2007 Guide to Kicking Ass. Today I'm releasing another chapter from the ebook, "Money Day," in which J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly (a great personal-finance blog) writes about getting your finances organized in just one day. Best of all, he recommends his favorite companies and sites to get it ...

Personalized tax answers for iwillteachyoutoberich readers — Part 1

Last week, I wrote about CPA David Bergstein's offer to give advice to iwillteachyoutoberich readers' questions. There are now over 100 questions on that post. Below is something pretty incredible. We have real questions from iwillteachyoutoberich readers, and then a professional tax analyst/CPA who's providing his expertise to answer blog readers. Can you imagine this happening a few years ...