As featured in The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, and more!

Administration

Survey Results: What You Like (And Don’t Like) About Consumerism Commentary

by Luke Landes

About a month ago, I asked readers to answer a short survey so I could learn about this blog’s readers. It was a fun experiment, but looking back, I could have designed the survey a little better. Regardless, the survey was successful. So far, I’ve shared who you are and your reading habits. Now I […]

4 comments Read the full article →

This Week in the Archives: TIAA-Cref, Disneyland, and ING Checking

by Luke Landes

Here’s a look back at some of the “finer” articles from Aprils gone by. During this time last year, I was in California for a portion of the time. Here are a few from April 16-22, 2006: * Apr. 18: TIAA-CREF Didn’t Fund My SEP IRA (7 comments) * Apr. 19: In-N-Out (14 comments) * […]

0 comments Read the full article →

Kiplinger’s Article: Must-Read Bloggers

by Luke Landes

Earlier this month, I welcomed readers of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, as Consumerism Commentary was included in an article entitled “Must-Read Bloggers,” amongst a number of several very worthy blogs. I’ve scanned in the pages and included them at the bottom of this post. For some reason, Kiplinger’s editors in their infinite wisdom decided not […]

8 comments Read the full article →

Welcome BusinessWeek and Yahoo Finance Readers!

by Luke Landes

(Note: This post will stay at the top of the index for a while. Scroll down for recent blog entries.) I’d like to welcome any new readers coming from Karyn McCormack’s nice article in BusinessWeek Online, Best Blogs for the Young and Broke (which has been republished on Yahoo Finance). Karyn does an excellent job […]

6 comments Read the full article →

Submit to the Carnival and Stay in Touch

by Luke Landes

Bloggers, don’t forget to submit your own favorite personal finance post to the Carnival of Personal Finance, which will be hosted on Monday by the MoneyBlogNetwork. Readers, please keep in touch with the latest from Consumerism Commentary by subscribing to the blog’s RSS feed. You can also subscribe to receive updates via email. When you […]

0 comments Read the full article →

Best of 2006, January Through June

by Luke Landes

At the end of last year, I put together a list of the “Best of 2005,” just a collection of posts here at Consumerism Commentary that might stand out. There was no rhyme or reason to my selection. Needless to say, I’m very lenient with my definition of “best.” We’re more than halfway through 2006, […]

0 comments Read the full article →

Stay Connected With Consumerism Commentary

by Luke Landes

Most readers know that they can subscribe to the Consumerism Commentary RSS feed, bringing the full text of these entries to your reader, the way you like to see it. You can also subscribe to Consumerism Commentary to receive the latest posts through an email message once a day. Just enter your email address here:

0 comments Read the full article →

What’s Hot This Week

by Luke Landes

It’s a new month, and that means more posts from around the blogosphere. Here’s some of the ones I found interesting from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond. Perhaps you will, too. Nickel inspired discussion on withdrawing contributions from Roth IRA accounts. JLP from AllFinancialMatters questioned his dentist’s bill and saved some money. He’s still not as […]

4 comments Read the full article →

Subscribe Via Email

by Luke Landes

If you’d like to get new posts on Consumerism Commentary sent directly to your email inbox, just enter your email address in the form in the green bar above. I won’t share your email address with anyone. The service is provided by FeedBlitz.

0 comments Read the full article →

Best Of 2005

by Luke Landes

As the year is coming to a close, and I will be less available over the next few days, the opportunity is perfect for taking a look at Consumerism Commentary and compiling a list of “best” (or most popular) entries from the year. This will be the 570th entry in 2005, but only a few […]

3 comments Read the full article →
Page 5 of 7« First···34567