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by Luke Landes

* Should Married Couples Combine Finances? Simple answer: yes and no. * 8 Secrets of the Naturally Slim (Wealthy), part 1 of 2. Great analogies. * How to Use Leverage to Make Money on eBay. It’s all about the credit card. * Over 300 Miles – Rent a Car. It depends. Not going to sell ... Continue reading this article…

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Personal Finance Blog RSS Feeds

by Luke Landes

If you like getting your personal finance blog fix in your own newsreader like BlogLines or Google Reader, you should check out some of these options. * Today’s Popular Personal Finance Posts at pfblogs.org. Ranked by how often someone clicks to read an article from the ad-free aggregator, pfblogs.org. There are feeds for Real Estate ... Continue reading this article…

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links for 2007-04-08

by Luke Landes

The Perfect Place: Retiring Overseas Retiring overseas may be a good idea right now, but in 30-35 years when I retire, even places like these may be too costly. (tags: retirement wsj) The Evader Next Door These real tax evaders make up the “tax gap,” and it’s not due to complicated tax shelters. Contractors, plumbers, ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Easter Edition

by Luke Landes

Today is the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox, known to many as Easter. For those who celebrate this holiday, I wish you have a great day. After arriving home last night, I’ve been catching up on posts from around the blogosphere. Here are a few that caught my eye. ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Flight to California Edition

by Luke Landes

Right now, I am on a flight to California for vacation and to visit family. Here are a few blog articles from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond. Five Cent Nickel is minimizing his taxes with a SEP IRA, 403(b) and 457(b). I’m doing as much as I can as well, but I don’t have all of ... Continue reading this article…

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links for 2007-03-30

by Luke Landes

ScribeFire Rocks at Meta Best Blog Win Nickel talks about a tool for writing blog posts, ScribeFire. He’s also looking for suggestions for other tools. [Meta] (tags: blogs writing technology tools scribefire performancing) Ten Tax Blunders That Can Cost You Claiming ineligible dependents, payments to caregivers/nannies, alternative minimum tax, leaving out income, etc. You will ... Continue reading this article…

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links for 2007-03-29

by Luke Landes

Subprime Foreclosures Will Hit 2.4 Million Subprime loans and foreclosures are everywhere in the media these days. What is the contratian’s position? Now that everyone realizes what we all knew — that these loans are dangerous — is it the right time? [CNN] (tags: loans mortgage realestate foreclosures subprime lending) What Debit Card Companies Don’t ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup

by Luke Landes

Here are a few good articles from the folks of the MoneyBlogNetwork. Nickel takes a look at his decision to refinance his mortgage. Jim from Blueprint for Financial Prosperity writes about calculating and paying quarterly estimated tax payments, which I will start doing this year. Free Money Finance says Suze Orman knows nothing about investing. ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Moving in Snow Edition

by Luke Landes

My little Civic got stuck in the snow in Queens no less than twice this weekend while helping my girlfriend move to a new location. I can’t say it was the best time of my life. Time Warner Cable showed up without any cable converter boxes, so that was a waste. This is the first ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Birthday Edition

by Luke Landes

I can’t say I’m happy that our President decreed my birthday this year to be 23 hours long rather than the standard 24. Nevertheless, my official age increased today from 30 to 31. Last night, my father treated me and my girlfriend to dinner and a show in New York City, and today I was ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Roundup, Fibonacci Edition

by Luke Landes

Here are some articles that caught my attention this past week. Think of this as my own personal Carnival of Personal Finance. 1. How to Improve Your Credit Score (Free Money Finance) 1. 1907 Salaries and Today (Blueprint for Financial Prosperity) 2. Time to Sell Your House and Rent? (Mighty Bargain Hunter) 3. Yesterday’s Market ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Week Off Edition

by Luke Landes

I took this past week off from my day job to spend time with my girlfriend. The time was well spent, all though we were both under the weather for the entire mini-vacation. We did manage to drag ourselves to Philadelphia to visit and tour the Philadelphia Mint. Here are some highlights from around the ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup: New York City, Raise and Bonus Edition

by Luke Landes

For a few more days, I will be running a contest to give away a new copy of Quicken Basic 2007 to a random winner. Entering is simple: just leave a comment here! I’ve taken the upcoming week off from work (the “day job”) to coincide with my girlfriend’s break from teaching. We had a ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup

by Luke Landes

Here are some of the articles I’ve enjoyed this past week from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond. Mighty Bargain Hunter picked up a roll of the George Washington Presidential $1 coins earlier, as I did yesterday. I opened one roll and left the other intact. The new coins look like cheap game tokens. I’ll try to ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup, Coin Collecting Edition

by Luke Landes

I went to my first show for coin collectors today. I’ve been getting into this new hobby over the past several months. It’s a hobby for fun, not necessarily investment. While I’ve been reading up on the activity in the past week, I also came across unrelated posts I enjoyed from the blogs in the ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Round-Up

by Luke Landes

Have you been following the MoneyBlogNetwork this past week? Here are a few interesting items from the member blogs and beyond. * AllFinancialMatters illustrated the effect of a couple of bad years in the market. * Blueprint for Financial Prosperity looks at historical federal tax brackets. * Five Cent Nickel shares how to get an ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup

by Luke Landes

Here are a few articles I found interesting from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond over the past week. * Mighty Bargain Hunter wrote about dollar cost averaging. * Free Money Finance has some advice: if you want to get rich, get in shape. * Five Cent Nickel has three don’t-miss tax deductions. * Blueprint for Financial ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup

by Luke Landes

Here are not-to-be-missed articles from the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond from the past week. AllFinancialMatters flexes his financial advisor muscles and fields a reader’s question about 401(k)s. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity will tell you how much income is needed to buy a median-priced house. Five Cent Nickel shares reader-contributed advice for correcting Roth IRA over-contributions. Free ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup and New Blog Blog

by Luke Landes

Here are some of the interesting articles I’ve noticed within and beyond the MoneyBlogNetwork over the past week. AllFinancialMatters has a question to watch out for. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity plays the Devil’s Advocate and has some sensible reasons for renting rather than buying a house. Five Cent Nickel has some 0 percent balance transfer offers. ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Roundup and New Year’s Eve Plans

by Luke Landes

Here are a few articles I’ve found interesting from the blogs of the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond over the past week. AllFinancialMatters provides an update on his retirement portfolio performance. Speaking of retirement portfolios, Blueprint for Financial Prosperity asks if yours is tax-efficient. Five Cent Nickel provides a calendar of important 2007 tax filing deadlines. Free ... Continue reading this article…

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