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J.D. at Get Rich Slowly (a great personal-finance blog), writes: This Friday, January 26th, you can receive free, professional retirement advice by phone courtesy of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Get free, personalized answers to your financial questions. For the fifth time, we are joining with the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) to sponsor Kiplinger’s Jump-Start Your ...

Conscious spending: How my friend spends $21,000/year on going out

A few weeks ago, a couple of friends and I were talking about where we want to travel this year, and one of them said something that surprised me. "You probably wouldn't approve, but I want to go to the Caribbean this year." Huh? Why wouldn't I approve? I thought about this in a pensive stare for many moments, taking ...

A lot of people want to be rich and I am revolted/happy

From the New York Times: According to the Census Bureau’s 2007 Statistical Abstract of the United States, most college freshmen in 1970 said their primary goal was to develop a meaningful life philosophy. In 2005, by contrast, most freshmen said their primary goal was to be comfortably rich. Well, on one hand that makes me disgusted, but it's sure ...

Maybe I’m wrong, but I really don’t think so

Jam writes: i've been approached by a colleague to think about investing in abbfund.com. i'm not very good at this sorta thing. Never invested before and all that. i would very much appreciate your feedback on what you think about this setup. I write back: i looked at the site for 2 seconds and searched "abbfund" on google, and ...

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Ari writes: Easy to get caught up in the "excitement" of trading stock when you can time the market down to the second. Too bad quibbling about who has the fastest trades entirely avoids the question of whether you should be trying to market time at all. Send other interesting personal-finance pics to ramit@RamitSethi.com.

Time pressure = bad decisions

Vanessa writes: I'm in the middle of a real estate deal and have $80,000 to park for one month until I fork it over to the seller, so I thought I'd open a high-interest (5.05%) HSBC account. I began the "15 minute" transaction on Friday morning. For some reason, the bank was not able to complete it online, ...