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This Week In The Blogosphere

by Luke Landes

Here’s a round up of what’s been going on with the members of the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond. If you haven’t yet checked out the network’s forum for pfbloggers, make sure you take a look. There are some interesting conversations. The MightyBargainHunter points out a a pregnant teen waitress who received a $1,000 tip from a ... Continue reading this article…

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Lose Your Money In Three Easy Generations

by Luke Landes

Here’s an interesting statistic: Nine out of 10 affluent families will lose their wealth within three generations. The article describes some steps you can take if you happen to be in one of those wealthy families to help your money last for centuries. It seems to come down to passing along values in addition to ... Continue reading this article…

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I Got The Job

by Luke Landes

I’m happy to share my good news. After returning from Florida last week, I had an interview with another division of my company, in a location closer to my home. To my surprise and pleasure, I was offered the job yesterday. There are a number of benefits to taking this job. It’s closer to where ... Continue reading this article…

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Balance Sheet, January 2006

by Luke Landes

We’re already one month into the new year. Time does fly by quickly. If you continue reading this entry, you’ll see my latest account balances followed by some explanations.

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The Elevator Economy

by Luke Landes

Home sales hit new record. Sales of new homes in the U.S. rose by 3.4 percent in October. Housing boom past its peak? The pace of new home building slowed sharply in October, the weakest month in 2005. Home builder sentiment falls. The National Association of Home Builders says November was a bad month. Consumer ... Continue reading this article…

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Dinged Rental Cars, Dinged Wallet

by Luke Landes

At the most, I would rent a car once or twice a year when I find myself traveling to remote cities for friends’ weddings, for example. Luckilly, this has not yet happened to me. According to the New York Times, it’s common for rental car companies to charge mutiple customers for the same dings or ... Continue reading this article…

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Personal Finance Bloggers, Please Read

by Luke Landes

This is a post just for personal finance bloggers, so others may not be too interested. I’m building a new service and I’d like to do it in partnership (think “group ownership” with everyone having an equal role) with several other people. I’ve already assumed the risk (purchased the domain name) but I’d like to ... Continue reading this article…

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Friday’s Articles [redirected]

by Luke Landes

Sometimes, excessive bargain hunting defeats the purpose of saving money. Sometimes, when shopping around to save a few dollars, you expend two important, valuable things: gas and time. MSN Money suggest shopping smart. Consumer spending in August fell, as did incomes. Blame it on Katrina if you want. More on hedge funds: They’re not all ... Continue reading this article…

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