The Ultimate Guide to Making Money

What I’m reading — August 30th, 2007

Coming up tomorrow next week: Early findings from the gender and finance survey. For today, I'm really swamped, but figured I would throw out some links so you can waste the rest of the day clicking around: My personal-finance links: http://del.icio.us/ramitsethi/future All of my delicious links: http://del.icio.us/ramitsethi/ My Things I Hate ...

Help with analyzing data from survey?

I have a favor to ask: I want to present the data from last week's survey, but Wufoo doesn't make it easy. I have over 1,200 records in Excel. If anyone has Excel foo and some time to help analyze the data so I can post the results, please get in touch. I'm looking for a clean HTML export ...

Tell us how you think about money — I’ll post results next week

When I started the series on women and personal finance, Kimble wrote, "I am a little skeptical that this is a series being done by someone who is an outside observer to the female-personal-finance realm." She encouraged me to use data instead of making it up, so today I'm running her survey on the site. Please take a couple minutes ...

Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #6: Barbara Stanny

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben -- Barbara Stanny is a powerful speaker who has devoted herself to transforming women's relationship with money. She is the author of five books about personal finance and women in business, and working on a sixth! Barbara is the daughter of the late entrepreneur and philanthropist Richard A. Bloch, who co-founded H&R Block ...

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The $28,000 question: Why are we all hypocrites about weddings?

On Saturday night, I was out with some friends, including one who's planning her wedding for next August. I've had a bunch of family weddings in the last few months, so I suggested she check out a nearby stationery store for her invitations. "It's really expensive, like $14 per invitation. But at least you can get some ideas for design." ...

Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #5: Michelle Goodman

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben – Michelle Goodman is a bold Seattle freelance writer who's been working for herself for 15 years, contributing to Salon, Bust, Bitch, Bark, the Seattle Times, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Now she's compiled the book she wished she'd found when she first started out on her own -- The Anti 9-to-5 Guide: Practical Career ...