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Make Investment Decisions Together to Avoid These Common Mistakes

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About the author: This is a guest article written by Dorian Wales, a 30-year-old economist with an MBA in finance. Dorian writes frequently on his own blog, The Personal Financier. Most common investment mistakes are deeply rooted in psychology. Many of these mistakes can be avoided by allowing another person to take part in the ... Continue reading this article…

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Complaining Can Save You Money

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About the author: This article was written by Emily Starbuck Gerson whose personal mission is to help people learn about credit and debt. She writes for the blog, Taking Charge (read her posts here). I love cookies. They’re one of my favorite things to eat, and everyone who knows me knows this. I avoid fried ... Continue reading this article…

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The Recession Won’t Hit Generation Y (And Take Advantage of That)

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About the author: This article was written by Penelope Trunk, columnist at The Boston Globe and author of Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success. Penelope is the CEO of Brazen Careerist, an online career center for Generation Y and network of over 50 bloggers. Maybe the recession is here, but do you want to ... Continue reading this article…

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Turbo Charge Your Financial Transformation

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About the author: This is a guest post by the anonymous author of the blog Father Sez, a father of four children who wishes to share with and learn from other parents with the goal of preparing children for facing the world independently. You know your financial life is in a mess. You know the ... Continue reading this article…

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The Case Against Mortgage Pre-Payment

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This article was written for Consumerism Commentary by Adfecto, a mid-20s guy with a masters degree in engineering. He aspires to be wealthy and writes frequently for his own blog, Adfecto Abundantia. When I purchased a home it was not a lifetime commitment. I view a person’s choice of housing first as a financial decision ... Continue reading this article…

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Living Paycheck to Paycheck On Purpose

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This is a guest post, written for Consumerism Commentary by Single Ma. Single Ma is the author of Fabulous Financials, a blog presenting a chronicle of a 30-something single mother’s pursuit of financial independence. I’m paid bi-weekly, which is typically twice per month. Every now and then, there’s a month or two sprinkled throughout the ... Continue reading this article…

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