July 11th, 2005
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July 11th, 2005
I'm hosting the Carnival of Personal Finance this week. Here's how it works:
Send me the top 2 or 3 personal-finance articles you've seen around. (If you're a blogger, it's ok to send your own.) Deadline is Monday, July 18th at 10am.
I'll pick the best and feature them next Monday!
For more reading, check out the other carnivals.
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June 29th, 2005
From my old college roommate JRK:
"As you continue to move on towards full-on personal finance guru status, may I make one request:
Never, ever use the phrase "buying a home."
June 28th, 2005
My birthday is on Thursday and I have a simple request:
Lunch with Warren Buffett
Current bid on Ebay: $250,100
I'm such a simple man!!!
June 24th, 2005
Dear lord raising a baby is expensive.
Mad Anthony writes on the elasticity of gas prices, which made me think about my own budgeting.
Money lessons from Dad. My favorite is #1.
First-hand account of how women are discriminated against when buying a car.
Ok, I have a few things coming up on here. First, I'm writing an article on ...
June 22nd, 2005
Anita Sharpe from Worthwhile Magazine pointed her readers to IWillTeachYouToBeRich.
This is a personal-finance site for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. It's about getting rich, but more importantly finding out why you want to be rich.
Take a look around, (start at the Table of Contents if you like) sign up for the free newsletter, and ...