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Best of Consumerism Commentary, September 2009
- The Little Things and the Big Things: Which are More Important?
- People Will Judge You Based on Your Name
- A Report Card for Financial Rules of Thumb
- Overdraft Fees: Some Banks Let You Opt Out (by Smithee)
- Earning What You Have: The Mindset I Hope I Never Lose (by Smithee)
- Ten Things I Will Teach My Children About Money
- Credit Report Cards: Credit.com Vs. Credit Karma
We also had a number of excellent guests on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast in September. We discussed budgeting with the creators of You Need a Budget and PocketSmith, learned how to survive on a teacher’s salary, discovered the details about Mint.com’s acquisition by Intuit including one surprise that was not mentioned in the media earlier, and discussed negotiating and bargaining with presidential adviser Herb Cohen.