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Naked With Cash: Jake and Allie, September 2014

by Luke Landes
Jake and Allie - September Net Worth

Naked With Cash is an ongoing series at Consumerism Commentary in which readers share their households’ finances with other readers. These participants benefit from the accountability that comes from tracking their finances publicly and the feedback of the four expert Certified Financial Planners (CFPs). For more information, read this introduction. This year, we have four ... Continue reading this article…

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Mark Cuban Wants to Cap Student Loans at $10,000

by Luke Landes
Mark Cuban Student Lans

We expect much from people we see on television. And it’s worse when we perceive someone to be smart and talented, even if they’re speaking beyond their area of expertise. We think someone who is a great community leader or someone who is a great business leader will make a great President of the United ... Continue reading this article…

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Beware the Inspirational Story or Your Wallet Will Suffer

by Luke Landes
Story

Storytelling is powerful, and is the smart marketer’s tool for separating consumers with their money. Watch out for inspirational stories.

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How Depression Threatens Financial Well-Being

by Luke Landes
depression

Depression prevents people from making what other would consider “logical” financial decisions.

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If You Don’t Like Your Job, Get Another One

by Luke Landes
Fluffy Clouds

This “duh” advice is handed out frequently, but it may not be applicable to everyone who hears it.

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Grow Your Dough Throwdown: Second Quarter Results

by Luke Landes
Grow Your Dough Throwdown

Here’s my latest Grow Your Dough Throwodwn update as well as some information about the companies I’m investing in.

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What I Learned on Father’s Day

by Luke Landes
Father's Day

I met my dad for dinner on Father’s Day earlier this month, and we had a deep and somewhat difficult discussion.

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Can “The Rich” Teach Us Anything About Money Philosophy?

by Luke Landes
Model T Ford

I can think of two fairly recent instances in publishing that elucidate just how “the rich” or “the one percent” are different from everyone else, and we should all do ourselves a favor by studying their approach to money so we, too, can be monetarily wealthy. Steve Siebold wrote a book, How Rich People Think, ... Continue reading this article…

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