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This Week in the Archives

by Luke Landes

I’m continuing a retrospective this entire year, to benefit new readers who may have missed these articles the first time around. Here is a taste of what you may have missed this week over the past few years. From January 22-31, 2006, a particularly productive week: * Introducing the MoneyBlogNetwork — yes, today is the ... Continue reading this article…

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Princeton University Holds Tuition Steady

by Luke Landes

If you’re an undergraduate student at Princeton University, you may be happy to hear that tuition for the 2007-08 year will hold steady at $33,000, or only $3,000 more than a seminar with the Maui Millionaires. Don’t get too excited, tiger. While tuition isn’t increasing, the costs for room and board will be substantially higher. ... Continue reading this article…

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National Tax Advice Day 2007

by Luke Landes

Tomorrow, January 11, 2007, is H&R Block’s National Tax Advice Day. This “holiday” occurs right before the IRS begins accepting completed tax forms, to build awareness of of H&R Block’s products and services. The company has established a website for taxpayers to access free tools and generalized advice. There have been improvements since last year. ... Continue reading this article…

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This Week in the Archives

by Luke Landes

I’m continuing a retrospective this entire year, to benefit new readers who may have missed these articles the first time around. Here is a taste of what you may have missed this week over the past few years. Some have active discussions you may find interesting. From January 8-14, 2006: * Recession Prediction * To ... Continue reading this article…

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The Carnival is Up!

by Luke Landes

The creative juices at Get Rich Slowly were flowing this weekend as J.D. prepared the latest edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. Even if you have already, take a look at the 82nd edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance, with a superhero theme. Here are some articles I’ve enjoyed so far. * ToddlerSpit: ... Continue reading this article…

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This Week in the Archives

by Luke Landes

Many readers have come to this site sometime within the last year. The archives at Consumerism Commentary go back to 2003, so in case there’s something you’ve missed, I’ll post some links to older articles every so often. From January 1-7, 2006: * Rebate Scams * Review of Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy ... Continue reading this article…

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10 Things Your Gym Won’t Tell You

by Luke Landes

Just when I’m considering becoming a member at a gym to help myself stay in shape, SmartMoney publishes 10 Things Your Gym Won’t Tell You. If you’re looking for a demotivator to keep you from spending money for a membership that many find a waste of money, this article has what you’re looking for. Here ... 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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