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Working With a Financial Adviser: Building Your Relationship

by Kathryn

This is a guest article from Kathryn. Kathryn has been working in the financial industry for 11 years. She is the founder and author of Kathryn’s Conversations, a money and lifestyle blog for people who like to get stuff done. This article continues the series covering working with financial planners and advisers. First dates are ... Continue reading this article…

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How to Financially Succeed as a Couple

by Elle

This is a guest article by Elle, the author of the blog Couple Money. Handling personal finances can be an intriguing, challenging, and rewarding process. Being married and handling finances can double those effects. My husband and I have learned through the years that working together can be powerfully effective and motivating. While every couple ... Continue reading this article…

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Podcast 105: Investiphobia

by Luke Landes

Today’s guest on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast is Paul Puckett, author of Investiphobia. Consumerism Commentary Podcast #105 Financial Literacy Month: S05E01 / 129 Download – RSS – iTunes Table of contents [00:00] Introduction from Bryan J Busch [00:34] Interview with Paul Puckett – [00:51] Should I keep up with the Jones’ investment decisions? – [04:02] ... Continue reading this article…

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Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express Review

by Luke Landes

There once was a time that pulling out your “gold card” showed you were an important person in the world. If you can remember that far back, you know that credit card issuers reserved gold status for people with high incomes. These days however, gold status means absolutely nothing in the credit card world. Even ... Continue reading this article…

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Moving Back With The ‘Rents to Take Care of My Finances

by Glen Craig
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This is a guest article by Glen Craig, the publisher of Free From Broke and Parenting Family Money. See how he currently deals with his family and finances and find out how you can too. In the article, Glen shares his story of how moving back with this parents provided a second chance for his ... Continue reading this article…

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Florida’s Beach Property Boom: A Real Estate Lesson

by Dr. Dean Burke

This is a guest article by Dr. Dean Burke, author of The Millionaire Nurse Blog. Many years ago, someone I knew was fascinated with the real estate market in Florida, and he set up an investment company to allow others to invest through him. He promised his investors 20 percent returns. Needless to say, I didn’t ... Continue reading this article…

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The Zombies Are Here and They’re Hungry… For Your Personal Finances

by Jeremy Simon

This is a guest article by Jeremy M. Simon, a reporter and columnist for CreditCards.com. He is a blogger at Taking Charge. They’re lumbering toward you, their eyes dead and arms outstretched. And they’re hungry. No, personal finance readers, I’m not talking about debt collectors: I’m talking about zombies, which over the past several years ... Continue reading this article…

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Escape by Discover Card Review

by Luke Landes

I’ve covered many of Discover’s cash back opportunities, but I haven’t written about some of the other credit cards they offer to consumers. Discover also produces a wide variety of student credit cards and points rewards credit cards. Their most prominent travel rewards credit card is the Escape by Discover® Card. This card has a ... Continue reading this article…

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5 Legitimate Work-From-Home Options

by Michael

This is a guest article by Michael, chief editor of DoughRoller.net. DoughRoller.net helps consumers figure out the best Netflix plans for their home movie experiences. There is a lot of bad information online about working from home, with scammy and spammy websites offering ideas about quick ways to make money without doing much work — ... Continue reading this article…

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Working With a Financial Adviser: How to Show Up Prepared

by RJ Weiss

This is a guest article by RJ Weiss, one of the youngest Certified Financial Planners at the age of 26 and the founder of the blog Gen Y Wealth. You can download his free Financial Freedom Blueprint to create your own financial plan. RJ Weiss is contributing to Consumerism Commentary’s series on finding and working ... Continue reading this article…

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